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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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Now displaying: June, 2017
Jun 30, 2017

Rick and Morty have announced their return, which leads to a discussion of our favorite animated series ever. Plus: Baby Driver; Despicable Me 3; Okja; The House; Han Solo troubles; Jumanji; Batman Hitchcock; Inhumans; Sense8; Everything Sucks; She's Gotta Have It; Tremors TV Series; AD Astra; Greatest Showman

  • WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ANIMATED TV SERIES?: Rick and Morty have announced their return and Greg admits his shame of having just started watching the series. 

  • WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Baby Driver; Despicable Me 3; Okja; The House

  • HAN SOLO TROUBLES: The two co-directors were let go (fired) and now Ron Howard has stepped in. Does this spell trouble for the Star Wars story?

  • JUMANJI REMAKE/SEQUEL: We were hesitant to get on board with the original announcement. Now that we've seen the trailer...we have changed our minds.

  • BATMAN TAKE: Reports are out that the upcoming solo Batman film will take a more Hitchcock-ian spin.

  • THE INHUMANS: We finally have a trailer for the next big Marvel television series. The characters are a little less known, but it might possibly work.

  • SENSE8 GETS A FINALLY: Netflix has listened to the fans of Sense8 and after cancelling the series, will now have a 2 hour movie wrap-up.

  • EVERYTHING SUCKS: Coming out in 2018, this series will feature a high school in 1996 Oregon.

  • SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT:Spike Lee will be bringing his 1986 film to live as a television series on Netflix.

  • TREMORS TO TV: We've been hearing about it for 2 years, but Kevin Bacon has officially announced he is returning for a 10-episode series based on the original campy horror movie.

  • AD ASTRA: It's a space movie, where Tommy Lee Jones goes missing and Brad Pitt plays his son, that goes looking for him.

  • GREATEST SHOWMAN: The success of LA LA Land, may be leading to a Hollywood musical renaissance. Hugh Jackman will lead the cast of this take on PT Barnum's rise.
Jun 17, 2017

 

With the send of season one of The Handmaid's Tale, we debate what is the best dystopian movie/tv series of all time. Plus: Cars 3; All Eyez On Me; Rough Night; 47 Meters Down; Book of Henry; X-Men: Dark Phoenix; Spider-Man: Homecoming Trilogy; Flatliners; Netflix surpasses Cable; Friends From College; Kimmy Schmidt; Ballers; Inside Game Of Thrones; Hulu VR; American Crime Story: Gianni Versace; Conjuring 2 spinoffs; Between The Cracks: The Good Place

  • WHAT IS THE GREATEST DYSTOPIAN MOVIE/TV SERIES EVER: Season one of The Handmaid's Tale is over and with that we discuss the pressing issue of best depressing shows.

  • WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Cars 3; All Eyez On Me; Rough Night; 47 Meters Down; Book of Henry

  • X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX: Jessica Chastain is rumored to be playing the villain in the sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse. 

  • SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING: Tom Holland inadvertently announced that the Spider-Man movies will be a trilogy.

  • FLATLINERS: Yet another 90's movie is getting a reboot, this time with Flatliners. There were also be a cameo from one of the original cast members. 

  • NETFLIX SURPASSES CABLE: In a surprising first, Netflix now has more subscribers than traditional cable.

  • FRIENDS FROM COLLEGE: A star-lineup heads this new comedy from the creator of Forgetting Sarah Marshall.

  • KIMMY SCHMIDT: Despite other series getting cancelled, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is on for Season 4.

  • BALLERS: Ballers has been the most viewed comedy from HBO in the last decade.

  • INSIDE GAME OF THRONES: A new 100 minute documentary is out showing the behind-the-scenes of the special effects for Game of Thrones.

  • HULU VR SERIES: A choose-your-own-adventure style of comedy series in Virtual Reality is coming to Hulu.

  • AMERICAN CRIME STORY: GIANNI VERSACE: The Katrina series has been delayed from season 2, being replaced by the story of the assassination of Versace.
  • THE CONJURING: There are three more spinoffs planned for the hit horror movie.
  • BETWEEN THE CRACKS: THE GOOD PLACE: This series is on Hulu, starring Kristen Bell, as she mistakenly goes to heaven.
Jun 9, 2017

Are there too many Cinematic Universes?; The Mummy; Dark Universe; It Comes At Night; My Cousin Rachel; Meagen Leavey; Black Panther; Transformers 5; Hellboy Feud; Cowboy Bebop; The House; GoT; Al Pacino/Joe Paterno; Coco; Made In America

  • IS UNIVERSAL'S CINEMATIC UNIVERSE ALREADY CRASHING? The Mummy is supposed to be the jumping off point of Universal's Dark Universe. However, terrible reviews may put that in jeopardy. We go through all of the many, many, many, Cinematic Universes currently being made.

  • WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: It Comes At Night; My Cousin Rachel; Meagen Leavey.

  • BLACK PANTHER: A new poster and promises of a new trailer during the NBA Finals, give us more of a look at T'Challa.

  • TRANSFORMERS 5: A lot of drama, a robot butler, a robot dragon, Mark Wahlberg and more drama.

  • HELLBOY FEUD: Patton Oswalt came to the rescue and defused a burgeoning feud between David Harbour and Ron Pearlman, by supplying a lot of scotch.

  • COWBOY BEBOP: Fans are in an uproar as plans are announced to turn the anime franchise into a live-action TV series.

  • THE HOUSE: Will Ferrel and Amy Poehler team up in the comedy about a couple that starts a casino in their neighbors basement.

  • GAME OF THRONES: The seasons will be much shorter, but the episodes will go to record lengths.

  • AL PACINO/JOE PATERNO: Al Pacino has been cast to play Joe Paterno in an HBO film about the last days of the PSU Coach.

  • COCO: Pixar released a trailer for their November animated feature.

  • MADE IN AMERICA: It looks a lot like Blow, but Tom Cruise will be playing a drug smuggler who turned into a CIA informant.

Jun 2, 2017

Game of Thrones delay; Wonder Woman; Weekend Box Office: Captain Underpants, I, Daniel Blake, Handsome Devil, Dean; Uncharted; Godzilla; Carpool Karaoke; Kevin Hart/T.I. on Showtime; Stranger Things; Netflix Cancellations; Murder on the Orient Express; Trust; Logan Lucky; Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia

  • GAME OF THRONES MAY PUSH FINAL SEASON BACK TO 2019; WORTH THE WAIT?: With the implication that the final season of 6 episodes may be pushed back 2 years, we ponder whether or not people will lose interest after that amount of time.

  • WONDER WOMAN IS FANTASTIC: Ryan gives a spoiler-free review of the clear box-office winner and the first critically acclaimed hit for the DC Universe.

  • WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Captain Underpants; I, Daniel Blake; Handsome Devil; Dean.

  • UNCHARTED MOVIE: A casting decision has been made on the movie version of the video game franchise. Surprisingly they are going much younger than originally though, but it could be genius.

  • GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS: This is another movie that's a long way from seeing the theater, but it seems like every week, someone new is cast in it.

  • APPLE CARPOOL KARAOKE: A release date has been given for this new spin on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke, which will feature the matching of various stars together.

  • KEVIN HART/T.I. ON SHOWTIME: The duo is pairing up to produce a new series on Showtime, based around the comedic side of the music business.

  • STRANGER THINGS: The monsters will be bigger and stronger than the demegorgon, per the shows Producers.

  • NETFLIX CANCELLATIONS: It seems rare, but Netflix has started cancelling some series after they get a couple of seasons. Sense8 is the latest to get chopped.

  • MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS: Ryan is excited about this Agatha Christie adaption, featuring Daisy Ridley, Michelle Pfeifer, Judy Dench, Willem Dafoe, Kenneth Branaugh and others.

  • TRUST ON FX: With Brendan Fraser cast as the lead, this series will tell the true story of the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III.

  • LOGAN LUCKY: Adam Driver and Channing Tatum are cast as hillbillies that plot a heist, with Daniel Craig. Enough said.
  • BETWEEN THE CRACKS: WILD AND WONDERFUL WHITES OF WEST VIRGINIA: This documentary follows a year in the life of the Whites and their crazy lifestyle as they harass local authorities and yet are celebrities in their own right.
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