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‘And Just Like That…’ vs Peloton

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  • And just like that… Wait, what happened?
  • The Witcher season 2 improves from the first season
  • The last season of The Expanse is too short

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Peloton, the fitness equipment company, has pass it when people give up their pandemic bikes. This week, it manages to overshadow The return of the beloved HBO franchise.

And just like that…, the 2021 chapter of Sex and the city, launched last week and fast causing massive death to the viewer. Peloton issued a statement on Friday claim it doesn’t know how the bike will be used. But on Sunday, the company debut an advertisement has Unshaven Chris Noth gets cozy with Jess King, the instructor Peloton appeared in episode 1.

Company Spokesperson claim The location was quickly filmed on a Saturday, and HBO had no involvement. But Ryan Reynolds did: Advertisement is manufacture through his company Maximum Effort in partnership with Peloton. (He also made a advertisement with extensive memed Peloton’s Wife in 2019) manager claims it will appear together in about 24 hours.

On Monday, Peloton continuation with some physical health training, that’s enough to make you wonder: What?

Is this a big PR stunt? stunt HBO has joined? It’s entirely possible, though references to Peloton in this week Curb your enthusiasm raised eyebrows. (Neither Peloton nor HBO responded to requests for comment.) I watched the first four episodes of And just like that…, and unfortunately, they are weighed down by bad handwriting and clumsy attempts at cultural discourse — but there are some promise plot.

The matching pieces are here. Like someone note on Twitter: “Mr. Faking his death so he could leave Carrie to a Peloton instructor at age 65 was totally believable for his personality. ”

Audra Schroeder, senior writer


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The Witcher season 2 is a big improvement

In 2019, I was in rare and uncommon positions of do not like The Witcher. In addition to being overly complicated and shallow, season 1 was hampered by sexist origin story for its heroine (Yennefer sacrificed her fertility in a nude torture scene to “cure” her disability) and wooden top man: Geralt (Henry Cavill). Except Jaskier, Geralt’s side friend, I see The Witcher largely unfunny and lacking in personality.

Season 2 is a big step! Higher production value, especially in terms of Set realistic designs and effects for the monsters. We also benefit from a simpler narrative structure, adapted Witcher novel Goblin’s Blood and Time of contempt. Geralt and Ciri spend a few episodes in Kaer Morhen’s wizarding fortress, introducing us to Geralt’s brothers and giving Ciri a chance to grow up.

Balancing grit with a sincere affection for the fantasy genre, this film has gone on to be a hit on its own.

The Witcher season 2 streaming on Netflix on December 17.

Gavia Baker-Whitelaw, editor


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The Expanse season 6 offers a satisfying (but somewhat rushed) conclusion

Structured more like a profitable soap opera than a drama with a clear thematic conclusion, The Expanse sometimes feels like it can run indefinitely. If only it could.

But with a finite number of novels to adapt, season 6 wraps things up as firmly as possible — while leaving us wanting more. That’s partly because of the season unusually short (only six episodes compared to the usual 10 to 13 episodes) and partly because of the show’s creators obviously fishing for a spinoff.

Amazon seems to be blaming this truncated episode order, but The Expanse‘s production company is open to telling more stories in the same universe. This is both a welcome possibility and a bit annoying in the context of season 6. Six episodes are just not enough time to wrap up every storyline and on top of that, a few minutes of each episode is spent introducing a completely new context.

Taking place on one of the new colonial planet, this subplot can act as a backdoor pilot for a new show. Although it’s an interesting concept, it takes time to The Expanseof the main cast.

Read full review here.

Gavia Baker-Whitelaw


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*First published: December 15, 2021, 3:25 p.m. CST

Audra Schroeder

Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared on the Austin Chronicle, Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.

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