Day: August 9, 2017

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  • Today on the show Brandon goes into baseball injuries vs football or hockey injuries. We talk about Americas Got Talent (AGT) and the judging panel. We talk about TV commercials and what celebrities get paid. We talk about some new movies that are out and much more…
  • The six-episode untitled series will feature in-depth interviews as well as topics outside of the studio. Two years after signing off CBS’ The Late Show, David Letterman is returning to the small screen. The longest-serving host in U.S. late-night TV history is set to topline a new talk show for Netflix. The untitled six-episode series will premiere in 2018. Hollywood Reporter Letterman just like Stern does not strike me as the kind of person to sit home and do nothing great to see him returning to streaming.  
  • Disney will end its distribution deal with Netflix and launch its own streaming service, the company announced today. It intends to launch the service in 2019. The move is a real blow to Netflix, which secured a valuable streaming deal with Disney back in 2012 — before streaming had really taken off. The deal only kicked into effect last year, so Netflix is barely seeing any benefit here. The Verge I was actually waiting for this to happen Disney has such a huge library of TV shows and movies they could easily break off into their own streaming service.