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Unicorn Frappuccinos, Netflix coming to theaters, and SyFy Original “The Expanse”

This is the 46th episode of the Stream Team Show, hosted by Saeed and Cherie Gatson.

In this episode:

  • Starbucks hops on the “stunt food” bandwagon with its limited release drink, the Unicorn Frappucino…and social media goes WILD.
  • Netflix says it’s willing to put its original movies in theaters near you, but there’s a catch.
  • And Saeed breaks down his latest solo stream from SyFy, “The Expanse.”


Scroll below for links & show notes…

Question of the week: What was your experience with Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino?

Say What?

Meet George Jetson

Now, Slovakian startup AeroMobil has announced it will be launching a flying car this year — and unlike their first prototype, unveiled in 2014, this one will be commercially available. — Mashable

The Starbucks drink that’s all the rage…and why the coffee chain did it

The neon “Unicorn Frappuccino” clashes hard with the coffee chain’s affected faux-Italian branding. It’s not the sort of drink that one imagines ordering with words like “Venti” or sipping amidst light jazz…None of that really matters to Starbucks, though. The limited-time item isn’t meant to blend with the company’s coffeehouse chic but rather its customers’ social media feeds. — Mashable

Did you miss out on Starbuck’s sweet & sour drink? Check out iJustine’s YouTube review.

What We’re Streaming

Jo Koy: Live from Seattle

Written by: Jo Koy

Starring: Jo Koy

Between raising a teenage boy and growing up with a Filipino mother, stand-up comic Jo Koy has been through a lot. He’s here to tell you about it. IMDB

The Expanse

Created by: Mark Fergus, Hawk Ostby

Starring: Steven Strait, Cas Anvar, Dominique Tipper

A police detective in the asteroid belt, the first officer of an interplanetary ice freighter and an earth-bound United Nations executive slowly discover a vast conspiracy that threatens the Earth’s rebellious colony on the asteroid belt. IMDB

The Latest in Streaming

Jay-Z Fades To Black on Spotify

Jay-Z has pulled most of his catalog of albums from music service Spotify. — Hollywood Reporter

Netflix is willing to put its films in theaters — but not before online release

In its letter to shareholders, Netflix argues that its subscribers fund its films so they should be the first to see them. However, the streaming giant is still “open to supporting“ theater chains like AMC and Regal in showing Netflix films like Will Smith’s “Bright.”  — The Verge

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