It was a semi-slow week and while there is content news across all of the major services, none of them are very interesting. There is, however, a few tidbits worth discussing including more sports coming to Prime Video, the Home Alone reboot, and a Code 8 spinoff. Learn all about those topics and more as Tony and Dustin discuss all of the content news from the past week.

College cheerleading docuseries ordered from ‘Last Chance U’ creator:
Netflix to adapt Paul McCartney’s ‘High in the Clouds’ to an animated film:
Netflix to tell the story of Spotify in new scripted series:
New animated series featuring messaging app characters ordered:

Prime Video:
The first scripted Australian Amazon Original series announced:
Amazon continues its push for soccer with UEFA Champions League in Germany:
New unscripted series featuring Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas ordered:
James May looking to pitch additional shows at Amazon:

Apple TV+:
Billie Eilish lands documentary:

New ‘Home Alone’ film moves forward at Disney+:

HBO Max:
Lena Dunham-produced dramedy ‘Generation’ gets series order:
Clinical Depression comedy in the works at HBO Max:

Other Services:
K-Pop musical drama in the works at Peacock:
‘Reno 911!’ gets a revival at Quibi:
Rachel Hollis to host motivational talk show at Quibi:
Quibi boosts its Daily Essentials with three new shows:
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to host fashion-focused show at Quibi:
Quibi picks up ‘Code 8’ spinoff series:
‘Black Coffee’ comedy series in the works at Quibi:
New gaming thriller announced at Quibi:

Troop Zero on Prime Video (01/17/20):
Ronny Chieng: Asian Comedian Destroys America on Netflix (12/17/19):
VICE Investigates: K-Pop on Hulu (12/06/19):
The Boys S2 on Prime Video (??/??/20):
The App on Netflix (12/26/19):
6 Underground on Netflix (12/13/19):
The Circle on Netflix (01/01/20):
Hilary on Hulu (03/06/20):
Spinning Out on Netflix (01/01/20):
Ilana Glazer: The Planet is Burning on Prime Video (01/03/20):
Star Trek: Short Treks: The Girl Who Made the Stars on CBS All Access (12/12/19):
Star Trek: Short Treks: Ephraim & Dot on CBS All Access (12/12/19):
The Witcher on Netflix (12/20/19):

New Releases
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