Articles about Entertaiment
From Old French entretenement, a combination of the words to entertain and to give pleasure. Hence the idea of entertainment can have a broad range of meanings, from entertaining an individual with a choice of readily available pre-recorded products, to a dinner arranged for two; to a celebration or religious festival; or to performances intended for thousands. Entertainment is able to be adapted for different scales and needs, yet retain familiar themes and images that have the potential to be reused in many different media.
The act of entertainment hits on the deep emotions that our brain was evolutionarily shaped to understand deeply. It often involves backstabbing, murders and other themes that our brain can react deeply to.