Episode #190 – Begun The Streaming War Has

The Streaming War is upon us. Let the guys break it down for you with Entertainment News:

  • Aykroyd and Hudson confirmed for Ghostbusters 2020
  • Knives Out trailer
  • MoviePass may live again
  • NBC’s streaming service is called Peacock and it will reboot Saved by the Bell, Battlestar, Punky Brewster, The Office etc.
  • No confirmation of cost or if it’ll be advertiser-based, as rumored.
  • Tom Welling and Erica Durance confirmed for Crisis
  • Big Bang Theory will stream on HBO MAX
  • Netflix gets streaming rights to Seinfeld
  • Raising Dion trailer
  • GLOW renewed for 4th (and final) season
  • Disney+ Preview lays out content
  • Birds of Prey poster
  • Tony Stark might appear in Black Widow
  • Jurassic World: Battle at Big Rock

All that, the Weekly Watched, and obviously some tangents!

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One thought on “Episode #190 – Begun The Streaming War Has

  1. I cut the cord a couple of years ago. I have a rather long list of shit I subscribe to, though:

    Hulu (no ads)
    Amazon Prime
    YouTube/Google Music
    Hi-Dive (anime service)
    Criterion Channel

    All of that comes to under $70 a month, which is a lot less than I was spending on DirecTV. I may add HBO Max. Depends on what it actually comes with/costs. Hulu might get dropped if it winds up losing a bunch of content/Disney does nothing with it.

    Ad Astra made me angry. It’s a poor man’s Apocalypse Now meshed with Soderberg’s version of Solaris and made by a director who is trying too hard to be Terrence Malick. I stopped caring about what was going on about 45 min into its 2 hour run time. So much of it doesn’t make sense if you think about it for more than ten seconds. I could keep ranting, but in short: It looks beautiful, but is poorly written and executed.

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