A Look at Upcoming Streaming Content, Including ‘Cobra Kai’ and ‘Manifest’
The Netflix Original series Cobra Kai has been renewed for a fifth season, which shoots this fall. Cobra Kai Season 4 will debut on Netflix in December. That season sees the return of Karate Kid III bad guy Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith). Series stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka also serve as executive producers.
Here are additional deals and projects:
Manifest has been saved by Netflix. The drama will get a fourth and final season at the streamer following its sudden cancellation at NBC. The series will get 20 new episodes to wrap up the story of the passengers of Flight 828. The episodes will be rolled out in parts, with the number of parts and specific episodes in each yet to be determined. The new deal follows a campaign to save the show by fans.
Jon Stewart returns to TV on Sept. 30 with his Apple TV+ series, The Problem With Jon Stewart. The weekly current-affairs show takes “a deep-dive on the most important topics currently part of the national conversation. Stewart will be in discussion with the people who are impacted by the issues — as well as those who have a hand in creating the impact,” according to the streamer.
Vampire Academy is slated for Peacock, based on a series of young adult paranormal romance novels by Richelle Mead. In a world of privilege and glamour, two young women become friends as the half-humans complete their education at St. Vladimir’s Academy and enter royal vampire society.
Paramount+ will stream Players from Tony Yacenda and Dan Perrault, the duo behind the Netflix docuseries-style scripted comedy American Vandal. Players follows a fictional League of Legends esports team as it chases its first championship in years. But to win, it needs the 17-year-old rookie and the 27-year-old veteran to work together.
Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, is getting a sequel. The film, released at the end of July, just passed the $100 million mark at the domestic box office. The movie also grossed more than $30 million on Disney+ Premier Access its opening weekend. Scott Sheldon will executive produce the sequel.
Disney+ est un nouveau service de vidéo streaming sans publicité qui présente des séries et des films exclusifs de Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic et bien plus encore. Disney a révélé que son service de streaming fera ses débuts en France le 7 avril 2020.
Le service de streaming Disney coûte 8,99 € / mois ou 89,99 € / an (7,50 € / mois) par an.
L’application supporte le streaming en 4K, les téléchargements illimités 4 les diffusions simultanées jusqu’à 7 profils avec des centaines d’avatars à disposition pour votre profil personnel.
La première année, on y trouvera 25 séries originales et plus de 10 films originaux, 7 500 anciens épisodes, 100 films récents, 400 titres dont l’intégralité du Disney Vault. Il sera possible de regarder des nouveaux films comme « Toy Story 3 », « Le Roi Lion », « Aladdin », mais aussi des classiques comme « la petite Sirène » et « Cendrillon ».
L’entreprise a annoncé des séries et films originaux qui seront disponibles dès son lancement, notamment le spin-off de Star Wars, « The Mandalorian » d’un budget de 100 millions de dollars et qui comporte 8 épisodes, « High School Musical : la Comédie musicale, la Série », « le Monde selon Jeff Goldblum », « la Belle et le Clochard » et « The Imagineering Story ».
Vous pouvez voir la liste complète des films et séries Disney Disney, Disney Channel, Star Wars, Pixar, Marvel, Nat Geo et tout le contenu Disney Plus disponible en regardant notre Disney+ liste de films en streaming.
So Yummy and Blossom channels just launched on the Roku platform in the U.S., Latin America, and Brazil. First Media, which is behind the move, targets millennial women with a network of lifestyle-focused brands. So Yummy TV presents food programming, including new long-format shows such as Unbox’d and Top-Down Challenge, and bite-sized videos with tips for the kitchen. Blossom offers creative short videos on lifestyle, decor, and fashion.
Hacks co-creators Lucia Aniello and Paul W. Downs have signed a multiyear deal with Warner Bros. Television Group. Financial terms were not disclosed. Aniello and Downs will develop original television programming for all WB’s platforms, including WarnerMedia’s HBO Max, where Hacks, starring Jean Smart, streams. Prior to Hacks, Aniello and Downs wrote, directed and executive produced Broad City for HBO.
Redbox has expanded its content agreement with Anthem Sports & Entertainment, adding two additional channels to its free live TV streaming service. The music and entertainment streaming service AXS TV Now and combat sports platform Fight Network join Anthem’s Impact Wresting Channel on the Redbox streaming app, available on devices such as Roku, Vizio, Samsung, LG, Xbox, iOS and Android.
HBO Max is a subscription video streaming service that gives access to the full HBO library, along with exclusive Max Originals, and access to every Warner Bros. film on HBO Max on the same day that it hits theaters.
HBO Max has two tiers, an ad-supported plan for 9,99 $US and ad-free plan for 14,99 $US. HBO Max without ads also includes features like the ability to download offline and 4K streaming.
They also will get Max Originals that aren’t available to HBO channel subscribers, like “The Flight Attendant” (Kaley Cuoco), “Love Life” (Anna Kendrick), as well as reboots to “Sex In The City” and “Gossip Girl.”