After a week of mulling over the topic of films demanding too large of price tags, Tony and Dustin head back to the topic to discuss whether or not the idea of overspending can be a positive outcome for streaming services. The focus is mostly on Apple as it seems that they are spending to stay ahead, but is it a strategy that can last? Find out and learn all the news from the past week on the latest episode of The Streaming Wars.

News Rundown
Netflix adjusts previous decision as ‘The Crown’ will in fact have six seasons:
‘Emily in Paris’ moves from Paramount Network to Netflix:

Prime Video:
Prime Video launches user profiles worldwide:
‘Jungle Prince of Delhi’ series in development at Prime Video:

Hulu sets new monthly docuseries ‘The New York Times Presents’:

CBS All Access:
UEFA Champions Leagues will be on CBS All Access:

Apple TV+:
Graphic novel adaptation of ‘Snow Blind’ lands at Apple:
Idris Elba inks first-look deal with Apple:

‘Clone Wars’ spinoff ‘The Bad Batch’ heads to Disney+ in 2021:

‘The Long Distance Relationship Project’ moves forward at Quibi:
Quibi may have lost 90% of their subscribers after the free trial period ended:
Series based on horror manga series ‘Tomie’ moves forward at Quibi:
Quibi developing a documentary about the history of reality television:
Quibi wins turnstyle technology lawsuit:

HBO Max:
HBO Max picks up animated series ‘Young Love’:
Crime drama ‘Rip Crew’ in development at HBO Max:
Former Hulu exec named to lead HBO Max’s international expansion:
‘Class Action Park’ documentary lands at HBO Max:
Animated series ‘Chinos’ heads to HBO Max with pilot order:
Companion series to the upcoming Batman film coming to HBO Max:
‘Ravi Patel’s Pursuit of Happiness’ moves from CNN to HBO Max:

Peacock will stream Premier League matches next season:
New originals from Dick Wolf may be heading to Peacock:
With the launch of Peacock, ‘Today’ programming to increase:

Main Discussion
The success of ‘Hamilton’ still doesn’t compare to a successful theatrical run:
What is the success rate of films going straight to streaming services:

Away on Netflix (09/04/20):
The Claudia Kishi Club on Netflix (07/10/20):
Umayon on Crunchyroll (07/07/20):
Jim Gaffigan: The Pale Tourist on Prime Video (07/24/20):
Love on the Spectrum on Netflix (07/22/20):
The One and Only Ivan on Disney+ (08/14/20):
The Umbrella Academy S2 on Netflix (07/31/20):
Pen15 S2 on Hulu (09/18/20):
The Boys S2 on Prime Video (09/04/20):
David Makes Man on HBO Max (07/16/20):
Rogue Trip on Disney+ (07/24/20):
The Larva Island Movie on Netflix (07/23/20):
Jack Whitehall: I’m Only Joking on Netflix (07/21/20):
Ashley Garcia: GEnius in Love P2 on Netflix (07/20/20):
Woke on Hulu (09/09/20):
Indian Matchmaking on Netflix (07/16/20):
Tig N’ Seek on HBO Max (07/23/20):
Lake of Death on Shudder (07/16/20):
Radioactive on Prime Video (07/24/20):
Random Acts of Violence on Shudder (08/20/20):
Star Trek: Lower Decks on CBS All Access (08/06/20):
Lucifer S5 on Netflix (08/21/20):
Fear City: New York vs The Mafia on Netflix (07/22/20):

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