Between The Streams

Between the Streams is your guide to all of the hottest, most important, and (of course) dumbest new developments in streaming and entertainment to recap the week that was. Hosted by Greg Nibler and Ryan Waniata.
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Dec 23, 2016

This is our special Christmas edition of Between the Streams, where we list out our favorite Xmas-themed television episodes. All of these are available to stream, over your long weekend. Enjoy and be sure to let us know if you have any favorites that you feel should make the list.

Dec 16, 2016

Star Wars: Rogue One; Weekend Box Office: Manchester by the Sea; Collateral Beauty; Solace; Fast 8: Fate of the Furious; Star Trek Discovery; Sneaky Pete; Godzilla & Pacific Rim; Marco Polo; Gotham City Sirens; Dunkirk; Alan Thicke; Amazon goes global; The OA

  • STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE: This is a SPOILER FREE Zone, but we have to say the reviews are through the roof. Ryan gives a nice review of how it was shot.
  • WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Manchester by the Sea starring Casey Affleck and the Will Smith-led Collateral Beauty are the only other new movies this weekend. Also, Solace which is receiving 24% on Rotten Tomatoes.
  • FAST 8: FATE OF THE FURIOUS: This is the franchise that keeps on going, as Vin Diesel and crew return for another movie. This one features Charlize Theron and a submarine.
  • STAR TREK DISCOVERY: We've finally learned the lead for this new series will be The Walking Dead's Sonequa Martin-Green. In addition, the formation of the Klingon Empire could be a plot point.
  • SNEAKY PETE: A new trailer has come out for the Bryan Cranston Amazon project, starring Giovanni Ribisi as a criminal that owes Cranston money.
  • GODZILLA and PACIFIC RIM: The titles and the release dates of the sequel films have now been made public, including a change of a previous rumor.
  • MARCO POLO: Much to Greg's dismay, Marco Polo has been cancelled by Netflix. Should there be a spin-off though?
  • GOTHAM CITY SIRENS: Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn will lead this DC movie. We also have some character/casting rumors about who will be joining her.
  • DUNKIRK: Christopher Nolan goes dark, with the true tale of the 1940 WWII Dunkirk evacuation of allied soldiers.
  • ALAN THICKE: Sad news of the passing of Alan Thicke, but we did find out more about his surprising music career.
  • AMAZON GOES GLOBAL: Amazon's streaming service will now be in over 200 countries. Are they primed to challenge Netflix?
  • THE OA: We're not sure what to think of this new mysterious Netflix series, but we'd love to hear your opinions.
Dec 3, 2016

Star Wars: Rogue One; Weekend Box Office: Jackie, Man Down; Review of Moana & Arrival; Star Trek Discovery casting; Alien: Covenant; The Mummy trailer teaser; The Humanity Bureau; Netflix downloads; Emerald City; Silence; Riverdale

  • STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE: The cast got together for a Q&A, along with a brand new trailer and a clip from the upcoming film. We'll let you know what we found about the world unfolding in the movie.
  • WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Jackie is getting fantastic review, Man Down, not so much. Also, Ryan gives a review of Moana and Arrival.
  • STAR TREK DISCOVERY: We've had some casting news and are starting to get an idea of who the new characters will be. We'll give you the rundown. 
  • THE HUMANITY BUREAU: Nicholas Cage seems to be in the middle of a resurgence and is set to helm this new SciFi movie, where unproductive society members are sent to their own colony.
  • NETFLIX ALLOWS DOWNLOADS: Ryan spells out the details of what this means, how much you can download, what you can download and what's coming up for the streaming giant.
  • EMERALD CITY: We've got yet another take on the Wizard of Oz and this one is by far one of the strangest. The new series will air on NBC and looks like it is made of nightmares.
  • SILENCE: Scorsese's passion project from the 90's is finally seeing the light of day. The story revolves around 17th century Japan, with some pretty great visuals.
  • RIVERDALE: The Archie comics get a new take this January, with a teen-drama, Twin Peaks-inspired, CW show. Greg does not like it.