Excellent show for sure. I had no idea how ****** up and addicting Oxy was until I started watching this show. I just finished EP 7, and it brought tears to my eyes. And yeah, they are bastards, and there will be a special place in hell for the Sackler family and everyone who pushed Oxy knowing it was killing people.Been watching Dopesick on Hulu. Excellent show, but it’ll make you pretty mad at just what a bunch of greedy bastards Big Pharma companies are.
Guess I gotta binge-watch Family Guy in the week after Christmas since it's switching from Amazon to Disney+ on Jan 1.
I don't think people are going to be willing to pay 50 or more bucks a month to subscribe to every given streaming service. Classical TV is going to remain around in some capacity for the time being.
Sports is the only programming that would make me subscribe to a streaming service. If I want to watch F1 on Sky I also have to buy a useless entertainment package I wouldn't use. DAZN customers are also not very happy since they just announced that the monthly fee will be increased form €15 to €30.If the media companies that are launching streaming ventures would put their live events on those as well, linear TV would die a quick death. Instead, they have all their content on streaming, but then require you to have cable to watch sports. And then they take some of those sporting events and move them exclusively to streaming, while not letting you watch other events on their streaming package.
I would say it'd be nice to not have to switch apps, but Apple TV makes that seamless.
Yep I'm loving it but you are right it's basically the Mandalorian especially episode 5 and 6. I get the feeling that a lot of Star Wars shows will blend together like this has.Season three of The Mandalorian (The Book of Boba Fett) has been fantastic so far.
I'm finally watching Yellowstone now that I signed up for Peacock. What an awesome show! I can't believe it took me this long to finally see it. Binge watched all three seasons on there and now I'm watching the 4th season on YouTube TV.
OK, so everyone told me if I like Yellowstone, I'm going to LOVE 1883! Hah.
1883 is like a mashup of Yellowstone, the Oregon trail, and Hannah Montana. I couldn't care less about some 16-year-old girl's transition into womanhood as she learns to explore her sexuality, falling in love and marrying a different guy every other day. I'm also tired of listening to her narration several times an episode with her deep poetic Confucius thoughts.
It's an OK show, but not at all what I was expecting.
I have to give the show credit for ambition. That is a much harder period to capture convincingly than more recent times. Some of it is really well done from a production standpoint. Using the daughter as a framing device for everything didn't particularly work for me either.