ALL TOGETHER NOW | Based on Sorta Like A Rock Star | Official Trailer | Netflix

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Amber Appleton (Auli’i Cravalho) remains an optimist even when her personal life is far less stable than it appears on the surface. A musically gifted high school student with aspirations to attend Carnegie Mellon, Amber balances work, life, and some tough life secrets with a smile. But when new obstacles present themselves that threaten her dreams, Amber must learn to lean on the strength of her chosen family to move forward. Directed by Brett Haley (All The Bright Places, Hearts Beat Loud) and based on Matthew Quick’s novel “Sorta Like a Rock Star,” ALL TOGETHER NOW is on Netflix August 28.

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An optimistic, talented teen clings to a huge secret: She’s homeless and living on a bus. When tragedy strikes, can she learn to accept a helping hand?

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Work It | Let Me Move You by Sabrina Carpenter | Official Lyric Video | Netflix

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Are you ready to WORK IT?

Sabrina Carpenter sings “Let Me Move You” an original song from the Netflix film Work It, now streaming on Netflix.

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A brilliant but clumsy high school senior vows to get into her late father’s alma mater by transforming herself and a misfit squad into dance champions.

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Studio71 Sets New Podcasts From LaurDIY, JayVee, Forges Monetization Pact With ‘The Laugh Button’

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Studio71 is adding to its podcast slate with three new summer series fronted by noted influencers.

At the same time, the multi-channel network has forged a partnership with digital comedy site The Laugh Button to serve as the exclusive monetization and distribution partner for its podcast slate. The Laugh Button produces audio series from top comedians, including Jim Norton’s The Chip Chipperson Podacast and Lewis Black’s Rantcast.

In terms of new shows — all of which will be distributed for free across Apple Podcasts and Spotfy, — Studio71’s slate includes LaurDIY’s Wild ‘Til 9. Premiering tomorrow, the series will see famed lifestyle YouTuber Lauren Riihimaki and her boyfriend, Jeremy Lewis — an ex-frat president turned tech mogul — discussing relationships.

In Wild Wild Tech, which launched on Aug. 5, hosts Jordan Erica Webber (of the British TV series The Gadget Show) and co-host Joshua Rivera, a freelance journalist, will cover the wacky ways that tech is shaping modern culture. Finally, Preloaded, bowing on Aug. 17, will cut through the spin of video game marketing to deliver honest coverage of upcoming games. The series is hosted by gaming YouTubers Jackson ‘JayVee’ Van Over and Josh ‘Quest Mode’ Finderup, and will also break down top gaming news.

All told, Studio71 says its podcast business has taken off in the last year, with audio listens up 256% from July 2019 to 2020, and ad revenue up 690% over the past year ended in May. Other recently-announced shows include Bob Saget’s Here For You and Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast, hosted by YouTube tech phenom Marques Brownlee.

“As we continue to work with our network of talent and expand into new ventures, we strive to be the best partners for podcasters and brands alike,” Stephen Perlstein, Studio71’s VP of podcasts, said in a statement. “We’re just scratching the surface of what Studio71 has to offer the podcast world.”

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Studio71 Sets New Podcasts From LaurDIY, JayVee, Forges Monetization Pact With ‘The Laugh Button’

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Studio71 is adding to its podcast slate with three new summer series fronted by noted influencers.

At the same time, Studio71 has forged a partnership with digital comedy website The Laugh Button to serve as the exclusive monetization and distribution partner for its podcasts. The Laugh Button produces audio series from top comedians, including Jim Norton’s The Chip Chipperson Podacast and Lewis Black’s Rantcast.

In terms of new shows, all of which will be distributed for free across Apple Podcasts and Spotfy, the slate includes LaurDIY’s Wild ‘Til 9. Premiering tomorrow, the series will see the famed lifestyle YouTuber Lauren Riihimaki and her boyfriend, Jeremy Lewis — an ex-frat president turned tech mogul — discussing relationships.

In Wild Wild Tech, which launched on Aug. 5, hosts Jordan Erica Webber (of the British TV series The Gadget Show) and co-host Joshua Rivera, a freelance journalist, will cover the wild ways tech is shaping modern culture. Finally, Preloaded, bowing on Aug. 17, will cut through the spin of video game marketing to deliver honest coverage of upcoming games. The series is hosted by gaming YouTubers Jackson ‘JayVee’ Van Over and Josh ‘Quest Mode’ Finderup, and will also break down top gaming news.

All told, Studio71 says its podcast business has taken off in the last year, with audio listens up 256% from July 2019 to 2020, and ad revenue up 690% over the past year ended in May. Other recently-announced shows include Bob Saget’s Here For You and Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast, hosted by YouTube tech phenom Marques Brownlee.

“As we continue to work with our network of talent and expand into new ventures, we strive to be the best partners for podcasters and brands alike,” Stephen Perlstein, Studio71’s VP of podcasts, said in a statement. “We’re just scratching the surface of what Studio71 has to offer the podcast world.”

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David Dobrik, Avani Gregg, Brittany Broski Among First Recipients Of TikTok’s $1 Billion Creator Fund

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David Dobrik, Avani Gregg, and Brittany Broski are among the first 19 recipients of TikTok’s $1 billion Creator Fund.

Announced in July, the fund is meant to fill the monetization gap for “hundreds of thousands of creators,” Vanessa Pappas, the general manager of TikTok U.S., wrote in a blog post this morning. It will “support creators of all sizes and backgrounds through earnings that reward the passion and dedication they put into inspiring, uplifting, and entertaining the TikTok community,” she added.

For now, TikTok is parceling out a starter amount of $200 million to U.S.-based creators with more than 10,000 followers and 10,000 video views within the last 30 days. The fund will grow to $1 billion in the U.S. over the next three years, and more than $2 billion globally, per TikTok. We don’t know how much each creator receives, or whether the amount varies from creator to creator. We do know that TikTok has said it will distribute funds in “regular payments” to creators over the next year.

The first 19 recipients are creators across origins (Dobrik and Ross Smith are well-known Viners, but others are just getting their start on TikTok), professions (there are chefs, photographers, and doctors), genres (like comedy, DIY, and fashion and beauty), and follower counts (some have hundreds of thousands, while Spencer X, who has 40.2 million fans, is the seventh most followed maker on the entire platform).

“Each of these creators has shown what it means to be your authentic self, bring joy and inspiration to people, and creatively connect with an audience,” Pappas said. “From redefining a category to venturing into uncharted waters, these creators are a huge part of TikTok and we’re grateful for their ingenuity and creative spirit.”

You can see the full list of first recipients below, with descriptions provided by TikTok.

  • @acooknamedmatt–Matt Broussard is a Seattle Zagat 30 under 30-awarded chef who shares his passion for cooking through his video creation and pop up dinners. Matt educates people on how to make his favorite recipes in addition to showing off his impressive knife-cutting skills.
  • @alex.stemp–Alex Stemplewski is a Los Angeles photographer best known for his impromptu public photoshoots. Many of his videos depict him approaching a stranger in public and offering to photograph their portraits in unique ways, which he shares with them and in his videos.
  • @avani–Avani Gregg, passionate about beauty and makeup, has built a following of nearly 24 million followers who love her makeup tutorials. Avani brings characters she’s sketched in books to life, using colorful palettes and unusual techniques. As she continues to build a career as a creator, she is also exploring her interests in fashion, dancing and acting.
  • @brittany_broski–Brittany Tomlinson is an iconic example of a TikTok creator success story. Initially known as “Kombucha Girl” for the viral video of her trying kombucha for the first time, Brittany has grown her platform on TikTok to five million loyal followers over the course of the past year.
  • @cheyennejazwise–Cheyenne Jaz Wise, a cosplay creator from Las Vegas, NV, is currently on furlough, due to COVID-19, from one of her seamstress jobs and children’s theater program. She has turned to TikTok to share her passion for sewing creative costumes.
  • @daviddobrik–David is a digital entertainment personality known for his high-energy videos consisting of pranks, cute animals, and fun with friends. His humorous and entertaining content has amassed more than 20 million followers.
  • @doctor.jesss–Jess Andrade is a pediatric resident who wants to make healthcare and health-related information accessible to all. Many of her videos show a day in the life of her as a doctor, or give helpful information about hot topics in healthcare.
  • @dreadknotwoodshop–Darryl Jones is a woodturner from Deltona, Florida and the founder of Dread Knot Woodshop. He teaches classes in person and online and appears at trade shows. Show cancellations due to the pandemic have heavily affected his business. The silver lining has been being able to continue to bring his work to people through TikTok.
  • @feelgoodfoodie–Yumna Jawad joined TikTok by word of mouth from her close-knit food community. She believes food shouldn’t only taste good, it should make you feel good. Yumna food vlogs on TikTok.
  • @heyeliza–Chance Moore and Kate Hudson are parents to Eliza, an amazing and beautiful 10-month old girl battling cancer. Chance and Kate share videos about their lives as a family dealing with a very tough situation. Their videos of family positivity and optimism have amassed nearly 3 million followers.
  • @justmaiko–Originally dancer and now full time creator, Michael Le is widely known in the TikTok community for starting trends and creating memorable choreography. He recently hit 35M followers and is continuing to grow with his fun and exciting dance content.
  • @lgndfrvr–Justice Alexander has a passion for entertaining those around him and putting smiles on their faces with his comedic and family-friendly approach. Better known as LGND, he is based in Los Angeles and is known as one of the top Latino creators on the platform.
  • @lifeofadoctor–Dr. Fayez, a healthcare professional, has quickly gained over 500K followers since starting his TikTok journey in fall of 2019. Many of his videos depict him mythbusting common misconceptions within healthcare, or giving his audience a glimpse on his everyday life as a doctor.
  • @marstruck–As a proud Asian American, Marissa Ren uses her platform to educate viewers about Asian influences on global fashion while also sharing videos about her current favorite fashion trends.
  • @mattgresia–Matt Gresia is an entrepreneur and business guru. He uses topics that followers would find relatable for his entertaining “Did You Know” and informational videos.
  • @onlyjayus–Isabella Avila recently graduated with a degree in computer science and math and moved to Los Angeles to take her creator career to the next level and pursue it as a full time job. Her videos surrounding facts and psychology erupted on the platform, and she was one of the inaugural 2020 LGBTQI+ TikTok Trailblazers.
  • @rosssmith–Ross Smith is a veteran digital entertainment personality from Westerville, Ohio known for his hilarious videos filmed with his Granny. The iconic duo never fails to entertain their loyal follower base with original skits and comical pranks. Ross has been an active creator on TikTok for several years and is continuing to grow every day.
  • @spencerx–Spencer Polanco Knight is a Beatbox artist from Manhattan whose growth on TikTok over the past year has been explosive, receiving support from almost 40 million followers. Spencer is particularly passionate about spreading awareness of beatboxing as a mainstream music medium.
  • @tonyyounmd–Dr. Anthony Youn is a board-certified plastic surgeon known as America’s Holistic Plastic Surgeon™. Tony uses his TikTok presence to educate people about holistic beauty and empowers them to look and feel the best version of themselves.

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David Dobrik, Avani Gregg, Brittany Broski Among First Recipients Of TikTok’s $1 Billion Creator Fund

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David Dobrik, Avani Gregg, and Brittany Broski are among the first 19 recipients of TikTok’s $1 billion Creator Fund.

Announced in July, the fund is meant to fill the monetization gap for “hundreds of thousands of creators,” Vanessa Pappas, the general manager of TikTok U.S., wrote in a blog post this morning. It will “support creators of all sizes and backgrounds through earnings that reward the passion and dedication they put into inspiring, uplifting, and entertaining the TikTok community,” she added.

For now, TikTok is parceling out a starter amount of $200 million to U.S.-based creators with more than 10,000 followers and 10,000 video views within the last 30 days. The fund will grow to $1 billion in the U.S. over the next three years, and more than $2 billion globally, per TikTok. We don’t know how much each creator receives, or whether the amount varies from creator to creator. We do know that TikTok has said it will distribute funds in “regular payments” to creators over the next year.

The first 19 recipients are creators across origins (Dobrik and Ross Smith are well-known Viners, but others are just getting their start on TikTok), professions (there are chefs, photographers, and doctors), genres (like comedy, DIY, and fashion and beauty), and follower counts (some have hundreds of thousands, while Spencer X, who has 40.2 million fans, is the seventh most followed maker on the entire platform).

“Each of these creators has shown what it means to be your authentic self, bring joy and inspiration to people, and creatively connect with an audience,” Pappas said. “From redefining a category to venturing into uncharted waters, these creators are a huge part of TikTok and we’re grateful for their ingenuity and creative spirit.”

You can see the full list of first recipients below, with descriptions provided by TikTok.

  • @acooknamedmatt–Matt Broussard is a Seattle Zagat 30 under 30-awarded chef who shares his passion for cooking through his video creation and pop up dinners. Matt educates people on how to make his favorite recipes in addition to showing off his impressive knife-cutting skills.
  • @alex.stemp–Alex Stemplewski is a Los Angeles photographer best known for his impromptu public photoshoots. Many of his videos depict him approaching a stranger in public and offering to photograph their portraits in unique ways, which he shares with them and in his videos.
  • @avani–Avani Gregg, passionate about beauty and makeup, has built a following of nearly 24 million followers who love her makeup tutorials. Avani brings characters she’s sketched in books to life, using colorful palettes and unusual techniques. As she continues to build a career as a creator, she is also exploring her interests in fashion, dancing and acting.
  • @brittany_broski–Brittany Tomlinson is an iconic example of a TikTok creator success story. Initially known as “Kombucha Girl” for the viral video of her trying kombucha for the first time, Brittany has grown her platform on TikTok to five million loyal followers over the course of the past year.
  • @cheyennejazwise–Cheyenne Jaz Wise, a cosplay creator from Las Vegas, NV, is currently on furlough, due to COVID-19, from one of her seamstress jobs and children’s theater program. She has turned to TikTok to share her passion for sewing creative costumes.
  • @daviddobrik–David is a digital entertainment personality known for his high-energy videos consisting of pranks, cute animals, and fun with friends. His humorous and entertaining content has amassed more than 20 million followers.
  • @doctor.jesss–Jess Andrade is a pediatric resident who wants to make healthcare and health-related information accessible to all. Many of her videos show a day in the life of her as a doctor, or give helpful information about hot topics in healthcare.
  • @dreadknotwoodshop–Darryl Jones is a woodturner from Deltona, Florida and the founder of Dread Knot Woodshop. He teaches classes in person and online and appears at trade shows. Show cancellations due to the pandemic have heavily affected his business. The silver lining has been being able to continue to bring his work to people through TikTok.
  • @feelgoodfoodie–Yumna Jawad joined TikTok by word of mouth from her close-knit food community. She believes food shouldn’t only taste good, it should make you feel good. Yumna food vlogs on TikTok.
  • @heyeliza–Chance Moore and Kate Hudson are parents to Eliza, an amazing and beautiful 10-month old girl battling cancer. Chance and Kate share videos about their lives as a family dealing with a very tough situation. Their videos of family positivity and optimism have amassed nearly 3 million followers.
  • @justmaiko–Originally dancer and now full time creator, Michael Le is widely known in the TikTok community for starting trends and creating memorable choreography. He recently hit 35M followers and is continuing to grow with his fun and exciting dance content.
  • @lgndfrvr–Justice Alexander has a passion for entertaining those around him and putting smiles on their faces with his comedic and family-friendly approach. Better known as LGND, he is based in Los Angeles and is known as one of the top Latino creators on the platform.
  • @lifeofadoctor–Dr. Fayez, a healthcare professional, has quickly gained over 500K followers since starting his TikTok journey in fall of 2019. Many of his videos depict him mythbusting common misconceptions within healthcare, or giving his audience a glimpse on his everyday life as a doctor.
  • @marstruck–As a proud Asian American, Marissa Ren uses her platform to educate viewers about Asian influences on global fashion while also sharing videos about her current favorite fashion trends.
  • @mattgresia–Matt Gresia is an entrepreneur and business guru. He uses topics that followers would find relatable for his entertaining “Did You Know” and informational videos.
  • @onlyjayus–Isabella Avila recently graduated with a degree in computer science and math and moved to Los Angeles to take her creator career to the next level and pursue it as a full time job. Her videos surrounding facts and psychology erupted on the platform, and she was one of the inaugural 2020 LGBTQI+ TikTok Trailblazers.
  • @rosssmith–Ross Smith is a veteran digital entertainment personality from Westerville, Ohio known for his hilarious videos filmed with his Granny. The iconic duo never fails to entertain their loyal follower base with original skits and comical pranks. Ross has been an active creator on TikTok for several years and is continuing to grow every day.
  • @spencerx–Spencer Polanco Knight is a Beatbox artist from Manhattan whose growth on TikTok over the past year has been explosive, receiving support from almost 40 million followers. Spencer is particularly passionate about spreading awareness of beatboxing as a mainstream music medium.
  • @tonyyounmd–Dr. Anthony Youn is a board-certified plastic surgeon known as America’s Holistic Plastic Surgeon™. Tony uses his TikTok presence to educate people about holistic beauty and empowers them to look and feel the best version of themselves.

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Thoughts While Watching: The Alienist Season 1

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The Alienist has been lurking around on my Netflix watchlist for months. As a lover of all things true crime, it seemed like a show right up my alley, albeit I’ll admit I was hesitant about the whole ‘period drama’ aspect of it.

Going into this, all I knew was that it would somewhat cover the beginnings of studies into the psychology of crimes and serial killers. But who wouldn’t want to watch a show with Daniel Brühl, Dakota Fanning, and Luke Evans?

So here are my thoughts while watching TNT’s The Alienist season 1:

  • Hmm, that’s interesting. An alienist, okay.
  • Like…THAT Theodore Roosevelt?
  • Where is this show set? They all have different accents and I’m so confused.
  • Oof I am cringing so hard at that officer’s anti-trans vocabulary. Oooof.
  • Oh JESUS his eyes! Y’all really gotta zoom into that??
  • I hope we find out more about the relationship between Moore and Sara. That seemed…vague.
  • Oh, these poor, poor boys. Are they dressing as women just to earn a living or because they want to?
  • He exhumed the twins’ bodies without the mother knowing???
  • Is Dr.Kreizler some sort of doctor/Sherlock Holmes type man?
  • IS THAT A TONGUE!?
  • Doctor/Sherlock Holmes/Agent Will Graham, more like.
  • Um no, no person – much less a child – “had it coming” to be brutally murdered and have their tongue ripped out. Ugh.
  • Ahh. They’re comparing knife marks to determine the weapon used. Is that really how they used to do it?
  • Oh, New York. Still, what’s with the mix of so many accents?
  • For a show so graphic, I love that there’s a little bit of humor injected here and there.
  • Oooh, fingerprint forensics! A bloody fingerprint is great, but how are you even going to figure out who it belongs to?
  • Is that a brothel? Cabaret? Oh. So another brothel for young trans boys to be sold.
  • That is a MESSED UP joke about male rape. Ugh. God, I really don’t like this Captain Connor.
  • Are…are they flirting? Is that what flirting looked like in the 19th century?
  • Smart girl! Now they have a pattern for dumpsites.
  • Wow, his methods are unorthodox. So straightforward and intrusive. But effective? I guess?
  • Hmm okay, so Kreizler has some sort of weird past.
  • He’s really gonna try and pin it on Moore, huh. Or just to say that he knows Moore was there?
  • So he’s climbing up the buildings?? Who IS this guy?
  • Did I miss something about Kreizler’s arm? It was bleeding earlier yeah but what happened with it?
  • Jeeeesus, go easy on the intrusive questions, will ya!
  • Oh jeez, so he’s a racist, murderous, cannibal. I have no words.
  • Oh, that silver smile is creepy.
  • Woooah how did he even get a blade?
  • Yikes, even the church is involved?
  • Ooh okay, so they’re getting close on his tail!
  • He’s clearly a troubled kid. That freak out was intense.
  • Yessss, Roosevelt!! Hate Connor so much.
  • Oh of course you exclude the woman and the guy with a limp arm from the operation. Weaker sex and cripple my butt. Eye roll.
  • “Go bugger yourself” lmao

watching season 1 of TNT's The Alienist

  • Ooh, Kreizler’s past is slowly unraveling! Exciting.
  • These cops are not discreet at all!
  • Ohhhhh my god. Headshot.
  • Is Kreizler right and it wasn’t Willem?
  • Nooooo, protect Stevie!! Why is no one paying attention to what’s happening with Stevie??
  • Wow, Kreizler was actually right about Willem. There’s another man who has the same proclivities and a silver smile as well. Coincidence?
  • Woah, he hit her!
  • Okaaaay, that is brutal. And on the steps of the Statue of Liberty too.
  • Aw, poor Stevie. The stress on his face is stressing me out.
  • Oof this autopsy is giving me full chills.
  • What is he doing — that’s so weird!!
  • Can’t wait for Connor to get what’s coming to him. The chief is pissed.
  • Oh no now what’s going to happen to Moore? AND Kreizler? Both kidnapped?
  • Ugh. Connor. Of course.
  • Wow, Kreizler really is kind of an a-hole.
  • Why is it always Moore that gets caught up in the mess?
  • Yikes. So Beecham got off on the stabbing and murder?
  • I love that Sara went off on her own investigating too! Bad. Ass.
  • Ooh, they’re both getting close!
  • George Beecham? Japheth Dury?
  • Oh, woah, they’re being ambushed.
  • Oh my god does Moore think Kreizler’s in love with Sara? He does! Lmao
  • Please don’t let anything happen to Mary or Cyrus!!
  • No no no no no no, dammit!! Just when Kreizler gets a heart!
  • These cops are despicable!! Disgusting.
  • Oh man, all these census records they have to manually pore through.
  • John Beecham is the guy doing the census??
  • Wow, there was just discrimination of every single kind back then huh. Anti-immigrants, Semitism, sexism, homophobia.
  • It always starts with animal cruelty.
  • Holy crap. He has zero feeling in his right arm at all? He just stabbed himself!
  • Oh. My. God. He’s keeping the trophies. So many eyeballs. Omg.
  • Yay John and Sara.
  • Oh. My heart. Poor Laszlo. This show really highlights the importance of the “nurture” aspect in the nature vs. nurture argument. So many violent and abusive parents.
  • OH. Poor Sara! That’s tragic.
  • WOAH!! And he made Joseph watch him kill the cat!
  • This feels so ominous. Something big is about to go down!
  • What’s Kreizler got up his sleeve this time?
  • Why does it seem like he just prefers to work alone? Lying to everyone and just not sharing information.
  • Oof there he is climbing the pipes behind you.
  • Aaaand now he’s got Laszlo. And Moore. Jeez.
  • Please tell me someone kills Connor and Sara comes in to save everyone.
  • YES SARA!
  • Aw man he died before Laszlo could find out anything behind the psychology of the murders.
  • I totally understand why he’s disappointed Japheth died. Would’ve been good to get answers.
  • HATE that Connor is getting awarded for “adherence to a moral code” and “good police work”. Politics. Hate it.
  • Good on you Kreizler. Finally got over it.
  • Can’t wait for the next season!!! July 2020 supposedly if this COVID hasn’t delayed it.

So after two days and ten episodes, I’ve wrapped up my binge of season 1 of The Alienist, and here’s the thing: I. LOVED. EVERY. MINUTE!

While the late 19th-century setting threw me off at first, it turned out to be the very best thing about it, in my opinion, and it makes for such a strong character for Dakota Fanning.

Thankfully, there’s more featuring this ad hoc investigative team! Season 2, titled The Alienist: Angel of Darkness, premiered on July 26, 2020, and features the return of Fanning, Brühl, and Evans (as well as Matthew Shear and Robert Ray Wisdom as the Isaacson brothers). A few years will have passed but the team comes back together to solve yet another series of child murders.

I’d definitely recommend giving The Alienist a watch if dark, psychological crime thrillers are your thing. Heads up, though: it does get a bit graphic, so be prepared to flinch and look away if you’ve got a weak stomach!

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How The NBA Has Approached Facebook Video Since Returning to the Court

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The NBA‘s restart last week was met with a lot of excitement–among players and fans, sure, but also from TV networks, which have been devoid of premium programming for months now without live sports. Everyone involved with the NBA has been looking for ways to engage with viewers despite a lack of games.

For several NBA teams, Facebook was a viable option to stay in front of fans. The Los Angeles Lakers, in particular, were impressive on that front, generating 185 million video views from March 12 to July 28, according to Tubular Labs. That was the most Facebook video views of any NBA franchise during the timeframe. Surprisingly, monthly views were also in line with the team’s averages during a regular season. The Golden State Warriors (110 million views) and the San Antonio Spurs (80 million) were the only other teams with more than 55 million views on the platform during the stretch.

Since live games restarted on July 30, the NBA has been very active in utilizing Facebook video. NBA-owned pages have earned 135 million views since July 30 on 2,129 uploads. The NBA’s primary page has the most views there, followed by the Lakers, NBA Philippines, NBA LATAM, the San Antonio Spurs, and the Sacramento Kings.

Notably, the NBA and its teams aren’t leaning exclusively on recent games and highlights. They’ve managed to mix that sort of content in with full-season highlight reels from quarantine as well. The Lakers have primarily moved toward individual plays and shining a spotlight on stars LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Since returning to play, the NBA’s top video is a quick highlight of LeBron’s defense leading a three-pointer (4.3 million views). James is also featured in five of the top 10 (some from the NBA itself, and others from the Lakers).

The NBA’s own videos have looked at top recent performances–like Giannis Antetokounmpo vs. Boston–while also featuring career highlights of players that have excelled since getting back on the court, as was the case for the Phoenix SunsDevon Booker. On some of the NBA’s regionally focused pages, the league has been creating short recaps of the season to date, in order to help catch up new and old fans before games restarted. The Spurs have worked with corporate partners like BMW to sponsor player highlights, while the Kings have activated with State Farm to emphasize each game’s top assist.

In that vein, 118 different brands have sponsored at least one NBA-owned Facebook video since July 30. The California Office of Traffic Safety has earned the most views with those (1.1 million, all through a deal with the Kings), while Lexus and Gatorade have sponsored the most videos (eight apiece). Among teams, the Houston Rockets have the most sponsored Facebook videos (38), but the Spurs have generated the most sponsored views at 4.2 million.

As the regular season wraps up in the bubble, video views (and sponsorship opportunities with those) only seem poised to increase as attention climbs.

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How The NBA Has Approached Facebook Video Since Returning to the Court

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The NBA‘s restart last week was met with a lot of excitement–among players and fans, sure, but also from TV networks, which have been devoid of premium programming for months now without live sports. Everyone involved with the NBA has been looking for ways to engage with viewers despite a lack of games.

For several NBA teams, Facebook was a viable option to stay in front of fans. The Los Angeles Lakers, in particular, were impressive on that front, generating 185 million video views from March 12 to July 28, according to Tubular Labs. That was the most Facebook video views of any NBA franchise during the timeframe. Surprisingly, monthly views were also in line with the team’s averages during a regular season. The Golden State Warriors (110 million views) and the San Antonio Spurs (80 million) were the only other teams with more than 55 million views on the platform during the stretch.

Since live games restarted on July 30, the NBA has been very active in utilizing Facebook video. NBA-owned pages have earned 135 million views since July 30 on 2,129 uploads. The NBA’s primary page has the most views there, followed by the Lakers, NBA Philippines, NBA LATAM, the San Antonio Spurs, and the Sacramento Kings.

Notably, the NBA and its teams aren’t leaning exclusively on recent games and highlights. They’ve managed to mix that sort of content in with full-season highlight reels from quarantine as well. The Lakers have primarily moved toward individual plays and shining a spotlight on stars LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Since returning to play, the NBA’s top video is a quick highlight of LeBron’s defense leading a three-pointer (4.3 million views). James is also featured in five of the top 10 (some from the NBA itself, and others from the Lakers).

The NBA’s own videos have looked at top recent performances–like Giannis Antetokounmpo vs. Boston–while also featuring career highlights of players that have excelled since getting back on the court, as was the case for the Phoenix SunsDevon Booker. On some of the NBA’s regionally focused pages, the league has been creating short recaps of the season to date, in order to help catch up new and old fans before games restarted. The Spurs have worked with corporate partners like BMW to sponsor player highlights, while the Kings have activated with State Farm to emphasize each game’s top assist.

In that vein, 118 different brands have sponsored at least one NBA-owned Facebook video since July 30. The California Office of Traffic Safety has earned the most views with those (1.1 million, all through a deal with the Kings), while Lexus and Gatorade have sponsored the most videos (eight apiece). Among teams, the Houston Rockets have the most sponsored Facebook videos (38), but the Spurs have generated the most sponsored views at 4.2 million.

As the regular season wraps up in the bubble, video views (and sponsorship opportunities with those) only seem poised to increase as attention climbs.

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Away: trailer

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Netflix has now released a full trailer for its earnest space drama Away starring Hilary Swank.

The series created by Andrew Hinderaker (Pure Genius, Penny Dreadful), also features Josh Charles, and Talitha Bateman.

From Executive Producer Jason Katims, the Netflix series Away is a thrilling, emotional drama on an epic scale that celebrates the incredible advancements humans can achieve and the personal sacrifices they must make along the way. As American astronaut Emma Green (Hilary Swank) prepares to lead an international crew on the first mission to Mars, she must reconcile her decision to leave behind her husband (Josh Charles) and teenage daughter (Talitha Bateman) when they need her the most. As the crew’s journey into space intensifies, their personal dynamics and the effects of being away from their loved ones back on Earth become increasingly complex. Away shows that sometimes to reach for the stars, we must leave home behind. Created by Andrew Hinderaker, the series is executive produced by showrunner Jessica Goldberg, Jason Katims, Matt Reeves, Andrew Hinderaker, Edward Zwick, Hilary Swank, Adam Kassan and Jeni Mulein.

Friday September 4 on Netflix.

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