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5 New TV Shows We Can’t Stop Watching

Lesbians, lesbians, lesbians, and also baseball. That’s everything I wanted from this Abbi Jacobson and Will Graham adaptation of A League of Their Own, and damn do they deliver. The pilot of the Amazon series opens with a familiar scene from the 1992 film: Chicago’s Wrigley Field in 1943, women gathering from all over the country to try out for the All-American Girls’ Professional Baseball League. But that’s where the similarities end. Instead of Geena Davis’ quiet Dottie reluctantly joining her sister’s league, we see Shaw Jacobson’s Carson escaping her unsatisfying life as a housewife. Instead of the hypersexual MaeRead News

My Best Friend’s Ghostbusters Trailer Reveals First Look at Prime Video Adaptation

The film adaptation of My Best Friend’s Exorcism is coming to Prime Video this fall and a first photo has been officially revealed. Based on the best-selling book of the same name by Grady Hendrix, the film stars Elsie Fisher (Netflix’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre) as an 1980s teenager whose best friend, played by Amiah Miller (War for the Planet of the Apes) , becomes possessed. The first photo, seen above, shows the two as they appear in the film. My Best Friend’s Exorcism is directed by Damon Thomas (Killing Eve, Penny Dreadful) and written by Jenna Lamia (Good Girls, Awkward).Read News

‘Mankind’, ‘Loot’ Finale and ‘Memorial’ on Apple, Prime Video’s new ‘League’, ‘CMT Summer Camp’, Campy ‘Celebrity Drag Race’

A thrilling season 3 finale of space racing drama For All Mankind kicks off a busy Friday for Apple TV+, including the season finale of Mayan Rudolph comedy Loot and the premiere of harrowing Hurricane Katrina docudrama Five Days at Memorial. Prime Video picks up on the popular ’90s film A League of Their Own with a series that delves deeper into gender and racial prejudice. Country quartet Little Big Town perform at CMT Summer Camp. And hubris reigns when nine celebs compete in Season 2 of RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race. Loot where to stream Five Days at MemorialRead News

Amazon Prime Video Announces Mind The Malhotras Season Two | mint

NEW DELHI: Amazon Prime Video has announced the second season of its sitcom Mind the Malhotras which will be streamed on August 12. Produced by Applause Entertainment in association with Madiba Entertainment, the comedy-drama stars Mini Mathur, Cyrus Sahukar, Sushmita Mukherjee, Anandita Pagnis, Nikki Sharma, Jason D`souza, Rahul Verma and Denzil Smith. The series is directed by Sahil Sangha and written by him along with Karan Sharma; and is an Indian adaptation of the Israeli show La Famiglia. This April, Prime Video announced the launch of Prime Video Store, a transaction-video-on-demand (TVoD) offering that will allow Prime subscribers and non-subscribersRead News

ViX+ comes to Prime Video Channels in U.S., Mexico as global rollout progresses

Audiences in the United States and Mexico have something to look forward to as some of the top Spanish-language content is coming to Prime Video. TelevisaUnivision’s ViX+ service will appear on Prime Channels starting Thursday, July 21, giving subscribers access to a huge collection of movies, shows and sports, the most available on any Spanish-language service in the world. The merger of Televisia and Univision earlier this year brought the ad-supported ViX and premium ViX+ services to the masses. The conglomerate originally launched its ad-supported video-on-demand (AVOD) option in March with 40,000 hours of programming, and the ViX+ premium tierRead News

What’s coming to Amazon Prime Video in September 2022?

This article is about what’s coming to Amazon Prime Video in September 2022. You can check the schedule for the past month by clicking on these words. Welcome to our monthly roundup of what’s coming to Amazon Prime Video in September 2022. Please note that this article focuses primarily on original content, not license price, with a particular focus on notable IPs or hotly anticipated movies and shows. As complete information is not currently available, this article will be updated regularly throughout the month with the latest additions as they become available. And remember, here at Ready Steady Cut we offerRead News

Streaming in Canada on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, Crave, Disney+ and Netflix [August 2012. 8-14]

Each week, MobileSyrup outlines some of the top movies and TV shows that have recently hit Canadian streaming platforms. Our “Streaming in Canada” column typically focuses on new content from Amazon Prime Video, Crave and Netflix, but other services like Apple TV + and Disney + are mentioned when relevant. Premium video on demand (PVOD) platforms are also fair game as movies continue to arrive digitally early during the COVID-19 pandemic. Finally, we will highlight shows or films made by Canadian companies, which involve a prominent Canadian cast or crew and / or are shot in Canada. Amazon Prime VideoRead News

Amazon Prime Video includes another streaming service at no additional cost

All the best features, news, tips and great deals to help you live a better life with technology Thank you for signing up to T3. You will receive a confirmation email shortly. There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again. What if I told you that anyone with an Amazon Prime Video subscription also has access to the other streaming service at no extra cost? Well, let me introduce you to Freevee (opens in a new tab). Launched in January 2019 as IMDb Freedive, then renamed IMDb TV five months later, and then finally re-launched as AmazonRead News

Everything streaming on Prime Video this week: Making the Cut and more

Making The Cut Season 3. James Clark/Prime Video. One Amazon Original Series is headed to Prime Video this week. Here’s a look at that and everything you can stream all week. The big release of the week is, of course, the Amazon Original Series. It’s all about the reality series Making the Cut. There was a time when we didn’t think the third season was here. The show was quietly renewed and started filming without any flare. Now it’s almost time to see it. The new season falls on Friday, August 19. It’s not one of the binge watch releases.Read News

Netflix: This Weekend’s Best New TV Shows and Movies (August 12)

This weekend, Netflix is ​​bringing a new crime docuseries, the final season of a fantasy-horror TV series, a vampire movie, and the third season of an adult comedy-drama TV series. As the world continues to adjust to a new normal amid the coronavirus pandemic and theaters around the world are open and operating again, streaming platforms haven’t lost any steam as they continue to host films that skipped a theatrical release or shortened the window between theatrical and streaming release – and of course many of them also have a lot of original content to share. Such is the caseRead News

The top 10 movies and TV shows on Netflix this week

While the list of the top ten movies on Netflix for the week of August 1st – August 7th brought several changes near the top, there is a runaway winner for the streaming service this week. The Netflix Top 10 network ranked all the features available on its platform based on viewership, with the top ten content categories updated weekly to reflect ongoing viewership trends. The top ten Netflix shows, which first launched on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, also contain the above viewing data for June 28, 2021, when the video first aired. Netflix smart TV interface. The top 10Read News

Disney’s streaming services have passed Netflix in total number of subscriptions – Update

UPDATED with subscription vs. subscriber clarification: Walt Disney’s total DTC subscriptions totaled 221.1 million for the company’s fiscal third quarter ended in June. It was a big beat for Disney+ and its parents. It also surpassed Netflix in total subscriptions. This streamer pointed out today that subscriptions and subscribers are not apples to apples. Netflix recently reported 220.67 million total global subscribers. The main difference is that Netflix has no bundles. Disney counts SVOD bundle subscribers as one for each included service. (As in, subscribers to the Hulu Live TV + SVOD offerings are counted as one each for HuluRead News

6 Movies to Watch If You Love Day Shift on Netflix

Day Shift is a new Hollywood movie that just started streaming on Netflix. Starring Jamie Foxx in the lead role, it is a vampire action comedy film directed by J. J. Perry. It stars Jamie as Bud Jablonski, a blue-collar father who provides for his family with manual labor. While keeping front of a boring job cleaning the swimming pools, he secretly works as a vampire hunter for a union. While horror is what the film aims to present with vampires, it relies heavily on its action extravaganza full of blood and gore. If you enjoyed this action packed buddyRead News

2 fantastic new Netflix documentaries coming out now that you must watch

One of my favorite Netflix documentary releases of 2022 is a title that actually reminds me of one of the greatest Netflix releases of all time, La Casa de Papel (aka Money Heist). A Spanish-language television series about a group of thieves, this series ran for five seasons and mixed gun battles and action scenes with great plot twists, romance and a sense of thieves’ flair. So it was actually more than just pulling off a robbery. The new Netflix documentary I watched is Bank Robbers: The Last Great Heist, which, like its spiritual cousin Money Heist, focuses on aRead News

‘The Sandman’ on Netflix’s top 10 list at New Show

Well, I was wondering which show this weekend would manage to dethrone The Sandman from Netflix’s top 10 lists, out of two returning with new seasons. Would it be season 3 of Locke and Key or season 3 of Never Have I Ever? Today we have our answer. While Locke and Key reached No. 2 behind Sandman after it debuted on Tuesday, it still hasn’t overtaken it so far. But Never Have I Ever, the teen sex comedy, debuted at number 1, indicating an incredibly strong performance, and it dropped The Sandman to number 2 and Locke and Key seasonRead News

Netflix has renewed its best sci-fi show and fans are excited

By Matteo Creith | Posted 2 days ago In the latest round of streaming wars, Netflix is ​​entering the fray by announcing some renewals of its fan favorite TV shows. In a season full of surprises, particularly regarding Warner Bros. Discovery and the removal of a series of shows from their catalog on HBO Max, Netflix seeks to up the ante to ensure viewers continue to stream movies and series. on their platform. On a day that will see the release of the third season of the popular show Never Have I Ever, Netflix is ​​bringing more good news toRead News

Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max: Save on streaming with a clever trick

There are tons of great shows and movies on dozens of streaming services, but even a subscription to five of them could cost you more than $50 a month. (Just check out the latest Disney Plus pricing news.) We’ll show you a trick that can help you save money. Think about it: Subscribe to one or more services like Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, or HBO Max, stream until your favorite series ends its season, and then look for the next thing to watch. But are multiple subscriptions worth keeping active if you’re not actively watching anything on them? I don’tRead News

Netflix is ​​adding 20 new movies and series this week

Look at both sides. L to R: Lili Reinhart as Natalie and David Corenswet as Jake. Cr. Netflix © 2022 Somehow, August is already halfway over, which means autumn is just around the corner. But whatever you think about the upcoming colder weather, the one good thing is that Netflix will continue to add new movies and series to their lineup to get us through it all. This week, the streaming service is adding a new drama/romance, a new season of an animated series, and the next film in a steamy film series. First up is Look Both Ways. TheRead News

Best Netflix Movies and Shows: What’s Streaming August 13, 2022

The Netflix Top 10 has been filled with a plethora of high-profile streamer originals as of late, with the likes of Purple Hearts, The Gray Man and Virgin River taking the top spots on their respective lists on several occasions. Of course, it’s a new day, and that means there have been changes in the rankings. And as it happens, there are some new big titles on this week, and they managed to claim the number one spots on every list. But what are they, you may ask? Well, let’s not waste any more time and get to what’s trendingRead News

Penfold Theater Titles Morgan Peterson Arts Leadership Studies

AUSTIN: Penfold Theater Company has named Texas State University senior Morgan Peterson to be its fall 2022 Arts Leadership Apprentice. The apprenticeship program is a partnership with TSU in which one apprentice is selected and serves to assist and shadow Penfold’s producing artistic director for one academic semester. The teacher will gain hands-on experience running a theatrical nonprofit organization. Peterson, a theater performance and production and communication studies major, and will begin the curriculum in August 2023 at Penfold. As part of the apprenticeship, Peterson will work alongside Penfold’s program director, Taylor Flanagan, on the theatre’s accessibility initiatives, and willRead News

Annual event to showcase arts and cultural options over the coming year

August 12 – Since its inception in 2016, Connect2Culture’s Joplin Arts & Cultural Preview has almost become an entertainment event in itself. Created to educate area residents about Joplin’s growing arts and culture community, that first meeting had 24 attendees. Now in its seventh year, Saturday’s preview boasts 40 local arts and entertainment organizations. The arts and culture community will gather at 10 a.m. Saturday in the West Community Room of the Joplin Public Library. The library is located at 1901 E. 20th St. The goal of the event is simple: educate the public about upcoming events and encourage collaborationRead News

Fine Arts – Schools

Drama, music and visual arts for students of all ages Albuquerque Public Schools has a robust Fine Arts Program that spurs interest and nurtures talent in students of all ages. Performing and visual arts education has many benefits, such as promoting self-esteem, motivation, aesthetic awareness, cultural exposure, creativity, enhanced emotional expression, as well as social harmony and appreciation of diversity. The APS Fine Arts Department provides direct instruction in drama, music, and visual arts to students throughout the district. It supports nearly 50 events a year showcasing student achievement in addition to the many fine arts activities taking place onRead News

Celebrate art in the foothills of the Bighorns

Meet and greets with artists, dance classes, evening concerts – the fourth annual Celebration of the Arts is set to unfold in Sheridan County with four days of dynamic events from August 25 – 28. Each summer, local arts organizations come together to present this three-day festival, which celebrates the visual, literary and performing arts communities at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains. This year, Art Alley, a street fair in Sheridan hosted by SAGE Community Arts on Thursday, will headline the festival; a concert by acclaimed singer-songwriter Lynda Kay at the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center in SheridanRead News

Seattle celebrates 50 years of African-American Culture at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute

August 12, 2022 by Leave a Reply Saturday, September 10, 2022; 1 – 5 p.m. 104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144 Festivals and performances include the 2022 Teen Summer Musical, Black Stax, Arami Walker, Marco Farroni, and Anzanga/Zambuko Marimba Ensembles. The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) announces the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) to be held on September 10 from 1-5 p.m. Please join us as we celebrate community members and artists who have supported LHPAI over the past 50 years. Mayor Bruce Harrell will welcome the community. “The Langston HughesRead News

Three Virginia Artists come together to create a new…

ALEXANDRIA, VA – On August 12, three Virginia art agencies, the City of Alexandria, Arlington County, and Fairfax County, announced the creation of Northern Virginia Local Art Agencies (NVLAA). This new agency will expand the resources and opportunities for artists and arts organizations throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area. NVLAA is made up of staff from the Alexandria Office of the Arts, Arlington Cultural Affairs Office and ArtsFairfax. The organization’s goals are to offer artists and arts organizations throughout the Northern Virginia region a series of free professional development workshops and networking opportunities. “As local arts agencies, we work toRead News

Frisco and Frisco ISD will not build a joint performing arts center

Instead, the city and school district will build two separate facilities On August 11th, the city of Frisco, Frisco ISD and Hall Park announced that they will be going separate ways in an effort to develop the arts and development center and build separate facilities. According to The Dallas Morning News, the Frisco City Council voted unanimously in June 2021 to approve the development of 162 acres on the Dallas North Tollway at Gaylord Parkway for an entertainment center and park, which will seat more than 1,000 and has an estimated cost of $114 million. Plans for the public-private partnershipRead News

New Mexico Tech hosts sports events

This fall, New Mexico Tech is pleased to announce the artists performing in this year’s performing arts series. “We’ve been doing this for a long time, since this program has been around for about 60 years,” said Ronna Kalish, director of the New Mexico Tech Performing Arts Series at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. “Every year we roll out a whole new set of activities and things, and with the pandemic we had one year that was live, so this is the first real season where we’re thinking of everything being personal.” Season tickets are now availableRead News

Best Festival Q&A: Warren Norgaard of Milkweed Arts

In 2015, Milkweed Arts opened to provide resources for adults who want to expand their interests, build on their skills and avoid the stress of college courses. Specializing in fired glass, wood turning, metal jewelry and more, Milkweed Arts offers quality education in a relaxed, inviting and fun environment. Milkweed Arts owner Warren Norgaard talks to us about art in Phoenix. Learn more at Best Fest on Saturday, August 13. What can attendees expect from you at Best Fest?Milkweed Arts will be on hand at Best Fest to show you what you can learn while studying at Milkweed Arts. WeRead News

Will Season 2 of A League of Their Own be on Prime Video?

There’s nothing like a good underdog story to get you pumped, and this summer Prime Video has a great one. Thirty years after the release of the film of the same name, A League of Their Own, the series has come to streaming. And this time, the LGBTQ+ subtitle is now straight up text. If you’re anything like us, you’ve already seen this sports dramedy. Wondering when to expect more episodes? Here’s everything we know about A League of Their Own Season 2. Will A League of Their Own Have a Season 2 on Prime Video? It is far tooRead News