Weekly Journal #3


Sharing Your TV Streaming Passwords? Cable Companies Won’t Stop You—Yet (Fast Company) 

Yola Día Is A Music Festival Powered By Women, From The Stage To The Chefs (Refinery29) 

Official Lies, Bubonic Plague, And California's Homeless Challenge (Forbes) 


How The Composer of Deadpool and Mad Max is Changing The Way We Score Movies (The Verge) 

El Camino: what can we expect from Netflix's Breaking Bad movie? (The Guardian) 

Is James Gray’s ‘Ad Astra’ The Last Hope For Original, Grown-Up Sci-Fi In The Franchise Era? (Deadline) 


Viola Davis To Star As Michelle Obama In ‘First Ladies’ Drama Series In Works At Showtime (Deadline) 

‘Yellowstone’ Proves There Is Still an Appetite for TV Westerns (New York Times) 


What’s Scarier Than Motherhood? In Helen Phillips’s ‘The Need’, a Parent’s Nightmares Take 

the Form of a Home Intruder — Who Looks Exactly Like Her. (Vulture) 


Elizabeth Banks to Develop Series Based on Podcast ‘Over My Dead Body’ for WarnerMedia Streaming Service (Variety) 

Michael Lewis Enters the Podcasting Game With ‘Against the Rules’ (New York Times) 

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Jaboukie Young-White's Comedy Makes LGBTQ People Feel Seen (Pride Magazine) 

Jaboukie Young-White: A Comic Prodigy With a Veteran’s Killer Moves (New York Times) 

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John Wells