In this episode:
- The Internet reacts to the Miami Dolphin’s jersey choice for Thursday night “Color Rush.”
- Chris Bosh learns that his time is up with the Miami Heat via social media,
- and we get our murder mystery fill with Netflix Original Amanda Knox.
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QUESTION OF THE DAY: Do you prefer to stream playlists or full albums?
Beyonce is very passionate about….
“Queen Bey is bringing her supreme business skills to the tech world. Beyoncé and the management company she started called Parkwood Entertainment have invested $150,000 into Sidestep, an app for buying concert merchandise and skipping the line to pick it up at the show.” — Josh Constine, TechCrunch
The Miami Orange Peels
“The NFL is trying to “Light Up Thursday Night” this season by introducing “Color Rush” uniforms for Thursday Night Football games. Each team has its own vibrant jersey alternative. The Miami Dolphins introduced theirs on Thursday, unveiling some all-orange duds.” — Jacob Lauing, Mashable
Drake makes a movie
“Drake has released a 23-minute film that is said to be inspired by the musician’s 2016 album, “Views.” It was initially set to debut on September 30, but became available at 1 a.m. ET on Monday morning as an Apple exclusive. It will remain an Apple exclusive for 30 days.” — Billboard
The Warriors get reamed for their “4-game losing streak”
“The Golden State Warriors are now on a four-game losing streak, after falling in the final three games of the 2016 Finals after leading the Cavaliers 3-1, and then losing their super-team’s debut with Kevin Durant on Saturday to the Toronto Raptors 97-93.” — Matt Moore, CBS Sports
Miami Heat do Chris Bosh dirty
“Chris Bosh agonizingly acknowledged his career with the Miami Heat is over but insisted his NBA career is not over and chided the Heat for not delivering the news to him personally.” — Jeff Zillget, USA Today
What We’re Streaming
Netflix Original Master Of None
From creator and star Aziz Ansari, Master of None follows a 30-year-old actor as he navigates the nuances of Hollywood.
Netflix Original Amanda Knox
“[20-year-old], Amanda Knox was convicted [of murder] under Italian law, then acquitted and released, then convicted again, and finally, in 2015, ultimately exonerated by the Italian Supreme Court, after an eight-year ordeal that saw headlines on both sides of the Atlantic and massive public outcry arguing Knox’s guilt or innocence.” — Aja Romano, Vox
The Latest in Streaming
Playlists more popular than albums
“According to the Music Business Association playlists account for 31% of listening time across all demographics, while albums lag behind on 22%. The single tracks remain the dominant format, according to the study, accounting for 46% of music played.” — Mark Savage, BBC
Hulu is on sale
For a limited time, new Hulu subscribers will get the limited commercial plan for just $5.99 a month for 12 months. It’s normally $7.99 a month. So you’re getting 3 months free or saving $24 depending on how you look at it. — Hulu.com
Amazon prime members get VIP treatment when using Twitch
Amazon-owned video game streaming service Twitch is going ad free as part of a new perk for Prime members. Called Twitch Prime, the program also offers Amazon Prime subscribers free same-day game delivery, free access to one paid Twitch channel per month, digital games and other benefits. — Janko Roettgers, Variety
Up & Coming
Streaming October 1st
Titanic coming to Netflix
Breakfast at Tiffany’s coming to Netflix
Dazed and Confused coming to Netflix
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off coming to Netflix
Smallville (all 10 seasons) coming to Hulu
The Gambler (1974) to Hulu
Deep Impact coming to Hulu & Amazon Prime
The Patriot coming to to Hulu
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay coming to Amazon Prime
Training Day coming to Amazon Prime
Lethal Weapon 1 – 4 coming to Amazon Prime
Final Destination coming to Amazon Prime
Streaming October 6th
The Flash Season 2 coming to Netflix
Arrow Season 4 coming to Netflix
Streaming October 12th
JT & The Tennessee Kids coming to Netflix
Streaming October 18th
Amityville Horror coming to Hulu
Spectre coming to Hulu
Coming to Netflix October 21
Black Mirror season 3 coming to Netflix
Joe Rogan: Triggered coming to Netflix
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