A Look at Upcoming Streaming Content, Including ‘Backyard Blowout’ and ‘Kin’
- Eleven episodes of Backyard Blowout will stream Sept. 16 on Peacock. The new renovation series lets kids rebuild the backyard – balancing their imaginations with family needs. All the designs are up to the kids — everything from treehouses to saunas. Backyard Blowout is Peacock’s first venture in DIY design. The show is hosted by Jonathan Kidder (Waffles & Mochi) and outdoor design expert Sana Garner.
Here are other deals and projects:
- Irish gang drama Kin, premiering Sept. 9 on AMC+, stars Charlie Cox (Daredevil), Clare Dunne (Herself), Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones) and Ciarán Hinds (Game of Thrones). Kin charts the lives of the Kinsellas, a small but tight-knit crime family embroiled in a war against a powerful drug kingpin.
Peacock is a subscription video streaming service from NBCUniversal that gives access to up to 15,000 hours of content including original shows, blockbuster movies, and classic television series.
Just like other streaming services, Peacock will have their own original series including reboots of Save By The Bell, Punky Brewster, and Battlestar Galactica. They also have shows like Rutherford Falls (Ed Helms), Dr. Death (Alec Baldwin), and a behind-the-scenes docs-series about Saturday Night Live.
The company has acquired the rights to many classic shows like the entire Dick Wolf library including Law & Order and Chicago Fire, Parks and Recreation, and The Office.
The service will also feature blockbusters and critically-acclaimed films from Universal Pictures, Focus Features, DreamWorks Animation, Illumination and content acquired from Hollywood’s biggest studios.
An adaptation of Rick Famuyiwa’s 1999 movie, The Wood got a pilot order from Showtime. Famuyiwa will direct the pilot and executive produce alongside The Chi showrunner Justin Hillian, who will write the script. The Wood is a look at friendship and dating from the perspective of three young Black males born and raised in the gentrifying L.A. suburb of Inglewood. The trio struggles to balance fatherhood, ambition and loyalty.
A.P. BIO is about to debut season four on Peacock. All eight episodes will drop on Sept. 2. The series is about a disgraced Harvard professor (Glenn Howerton) forced to teach biology at his former high school in Toledo. After grousing for three seasons, he discovers he might just have his dream job. The show co-stars Patton Oswalt and Mary Sohn. Also on the streamer, launching Sept. 30, is the four-episode Unidentified with Demi Lovato. The show follows Lovato, her sister and best friend Matt as they search for the truth about UFO phenomena.
SHOWTIME offers a subscription video streaming service that gives access to content on Showtime without the need of a cable subscription. With your subscription, you’ll get access to all of their current originals like Billions, Shameless, Homeland, Ray Donovan, Black Monday, and On Becoming a God in Central Florida.
With your subscription, you’ll also get access to their critically acclaimed catalog of previous shows like Dexter, Weeds, Nurse Jackie, House of Lies, Californication, Queer as Folk, and The L Word.
SHOWTIME also has new-release films from CBS Films, Amblin Partners, and IFC Films, which appear on the streaming service 7-8 months after they are in theaters. Every month they also have hundreds of additional older movies from major movie studios.
You can subscribe for 10,99 US$ a month either directly from SHOWTIME, or through Amazon Prime Video Channels, Apple TV Channels, or Roku Premium Subscriptions.
discovery+ and Talos Films announced a multi-year, multi-project deal to produce true-crime content for the streamer. The two were responsible for Queen of Meth, about Lori Arnold’s rise as a drug “queenpin” in rural Iowa. The next two collaborations will be an inside look at the scandalous Hammer family, including recent allegations about actor Armie Hammer, and an exposé of the troubled teen industry: wilderness camps, gay ‘conversion’ programs and behavior modification facilities.
Redbox signed a content agreement with Game Show Network to bring its popular game shows and movie channels to free streaming service. Viewers will also be able to stream classic movies from the 1970s, 1980s, as well as popular Westerns. The channels can be accessed via Redbox’s streaming app, which is available on various devices, including Roku, Vizio, Samsung, iOS and Android.
Dug Days will launch on Disney+ on Sept. 1. The series of five shorts follows the humorous misadventures of Dug, the lovable dog from the Oscar-winning film Up. His high-tech collar translates his crazy thoughts into speech. Bob Peterson, the voice of Dug, wrote and directed the new shorts.
Disney+ é um novo serviço de transmissão vídeo sem anúncios que oferece séries e filmes exclusivos da Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Guerra das Estrelas, National Geographic, e muito mais. A Disney revelou que o seu serviço de streaming será lançado em 15 de setembro.
O serviço de streaming da Disney irá custar 8,99 € / mês ou 89,99 € / ano (7,50 € / mês).
A aplicação suporta streaming 4K, downloads ilimitados, 4 transmissões simultâneas, até 7 perfis, com centenas de avatares para o seu perfil pessoal.
O primeiro ano irá incluir 25 novas séries originais, mais de 10 filmes, 7.500 episódios passados, 100 filmes recentes e 400 títulos do catálogo, incluindo todo o Disney Vault. Novos lançamentos como “Toy Story 4”, “O Rei Leão”, “Aladdin” e clássicos como “A Pequena Sereia” e “Cinderela” estarão disponíveis para transmissão.
A empresa anunciou 6 programas e filmes originais que estarão disponíveis no lançamento, incluindo a continuação de Guerra das Estrelas com 8 episódios de $100 milhões, “The Mandalorian”, “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” “O Mundo Segundo Jeff Goldblum,” “A Dama e o Vagabundo” e “The Imagineering Story.”
Pode ver a lista completa dos programas e filmes Disney, Disney Channel, Guerra das Estrelas, Pixar, Marvel, Nat Geo disponíveis, ou todo o conteúdo Disney Plus disponível, conferindo a nossa Lista de filmes em streaming Disney+.
The first cast member for the animated Magic: The Gathering TV series on Netflix is Brandon Routh (Superman Returns). Routh is the voice of Gideon Jura, an “unfalteringly heroic Planeswalker” on the show, which debuts in late 2022. Original executive producers Joe and Anthony Russo have exited the series; Jeff Kline (Transformers: Prime) takes creative control.
SportsGrid Network, a 24/7 diginet devoted to sports wagering and fantasy sports, launches on Sept. 1. SportsGrid Network will be distributed on nine digital subchannels licensed to Nexstar in nine major U.S. markets. SportsGrid is currently distributed across over-the-air broadcast and cable television, connected Smart TVs, a variety of streaming platforms, mobile devices and on the internet. The new network will be available on recently vacated digital subchannels licensed to Nexstar.