Welcome to my newest podcast on wemadethispod.com… the STREAMING WARS podcast!
I’ve wanted to put together a TV podcast for a while now given we’re entering an exciting age of streaming service rivalry and a bevy of TV every single month. There is always something to talk about, so every fortnight or three weeks with a new guest, I’ll be doing just that.
For this opening episode, I’m joined by Wynter Tyson, who last appeared with me on the Years and Years podcast earlier this year, to talk a cluster of new shows – Watchmen, His Dark Materials, V-Wars, plus Elizabeth Is Missing, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Vikings and more…
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The age of streaming is well and truly upon us, guys.
This, you already know. You no doubt subscribe to a wealth of different providers. If you’re in the States, you’re overloaded with cable channels alongside streaming giants. If you’re in the UK, satellite TV and the dominance of Sky has given way to Netflix or Amazon Prime, and soon the new big movers and shakers on the immediate horizon – Apple TV+ and Disney+. You even have, tucked away within Prime, a range of sub-channels depending on your taste – Mubi, StarzPlay, BFI, Shudder and if you want a reality TV fix, Hayu (though I doubt many readers of this blog are subscribers there…).
I’d like you to pause for a minute or two and consider another kid on the block. He’s been there for a while, lurking on your plasma smart TV’s, quietly waiting for a chance to impress. His name is Rakuten and he’s actually got some skin in the game, I’ve found recently. Here’s why.
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