ELITE’s new Elite | Netflix

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ELITE’s new Elite | Netflix
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A strict principal and four new students arrive at Las Encinas, bringing an onslaught of romantic entanglements, intense rumors and a fresh mystery.

Selena: The Series Cast Tells Behind-the-Scenes Stories | Netflix

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Selena: The Series cast members come together to spill all the chisme from on-set and behind the scenes of making the show.

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Con Todo is Netflix’s home for Latino talent, stories and perspectives. Follow on Twitter and Instagram at @contodonetflix.

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Netflix is the world’s leading streaming entertainment service with 208 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments.

Selena: The Series Cast Tells Behind-the-Scenes Stories | Netflix
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As Selena’s career gains momentum, the singer fights to remain true to herself, spend quality time with her family and expand her businesses.

Selena: The Series | Verónica Castro Show | Netflix

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The “Siempre Estoy Pensando En Ti” performance at the Verónica Castro show was the first one filmed in the middle of the pandemic and of course, life on set has changed drastically. Ricky shows us the safety measures taken, including how the actors kept their masks in containers while shooting. Marcela Guirado (who plays Verónica Castro just like she did on Luis Miguel, The Series Season 1) confesses she hasn’t seen Christian characterized as Selena, and is itching to finally watch her perform.

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Netflix is the world’s leading streaming entertainment service with 208 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without commercials or commitments.

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As Selena’s career gains momentum, the singer fights to remain true to herself, spend quality time with her family and expand her businesses.

AWAKE | Official Trailer | Netflix

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Chaos ensues after a global event wipes out all electronics and takes away humankind’s ability to sleep. But Jill (Gina Rodriguez), an ex-soldier with a troubled past, may hold the key to a cure in the form of her own daughter.

Sleep Is Survival
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After a global event wipes out humanity’s ability to sleep, a troubled ex-soldier fights to save her family as society and her mind spiral into chaos.

7 Things You Should NEVER Say To Clare | Derry Girls | Netflix

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No one is more committed to their studies than Clare Devlin (Nicola Coughlan) from Derry Girls. So interrupting her study time is probably not the best move. Here’s everything you should NEVER say to Clare.

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Change may finally be coming to Northern Ireland. But the high school hardships of Erin and her friends show no signs of letting up.

Selena: The Series | Selena Meets Beyoncé | Netflix

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The day that two legends unknowingly run into each other: Selena and Beyoncé at the mall. Join Christian Serratos as she recreates this moment from years ago that no one captured on film, but remained in Beyoncé’s memory. Then, find out if your favorite song from Beyoncé matches up with Christian, Noemi or Seidy’s. Ready to see these two queens bump into each other?

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As Selena’s career gains momentum, the singer fights to remain true to herself, spend quality time with her family and expand her businesses.

The Circle Season 2 | Where Are They Now? | Netflix

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Where Are They Now? Catch up with the cast of The Circle Season 2 and get up and close and personal as they address highlights from the season we’re all dying to know more about. Are Mitch and Chloe still talking? Have Savannah and Terilisha made up? Find out now and make sure to watch The Circle S2, now streaming on Netflix.

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Ready for more strategic shenanigans? A new cast of allies, enemies and not-so-subtle catfish connect and compete for a major cash prize.

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie | Official Trailer | Netflix

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When a dark power enshrouds the Earth after a total solar eclipse, the scattered Sailor Guardians must reunite to bring light back into the world.

Premieres June 3 only on Netflix.

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Airdate: Dive Club

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Great to see 10 investing in a new local teen drama Dive Club.

Filmed in tropical Queensland it will kick off with a movie length premiere on 10 Shake.

The 12 part series by The Steve Jaggi Company, stars Miah Madden (Australia Day, The Unlisted), Georgia-May Davis (Young Talent Time, Disney Backstage Pass), Sana’a Shaik (Reckoning, 2067), Mercy Cornwall (The Heights) and newcomer Aubri Ibrag.

Dive Club is the story of 16-year-olds Maddie, Lauren, Anna and Stevie. On the surface they’re regular teenagers navigating life, friendship and romance, but under the water the skilled divers enter a whole new world of adventure.

It’s an idyllic existence that’s suddenly shattered when Cape Mercy is battered by a cyclone and Lauren, the group’s charismatic trailblazer, goes missing. The mystery of her disappearance, the arrival of a new friend, Izzie, and with suspicious holes in the official investigation, the girls are plunged into a desperate search of their own that raises more questions the deeper they dive.

Network 10 is extremely proud to continue its commitment to entertainment for younger audiences with Dive Club, a series that will take Australian made production in the Young Adult genre to a whole new level.

Created and produced by The Steve Jaggi Company, and filmed entirely on location in Far North Queensland, Dive Club is a Network 10 and Netflix co-production, with major production funding from Screen Australia and support from Screen Queensland.

Saturday, 29 May at 6pm on 10 Shake.

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YouTube Millionaires: Sadie Aldis Organizes Her Life On YouTube—And Her Digital Merch Helps Viewers Organize Theirs

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Welcome to YouTube Millionaires, where we profile channels that have recently crossed the one million subscriber mark. There are channels crossing this threshold every week, and each creator has a story to tell about YouTube success. Read previous installments here.

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Sadie Aldis is nothing if not organized. Her YouTube channel–where she gives viewers an inside look at spring cleaning sessions, phone decluttering, daily routines, and life skills like managing investments–is a testament to that.

But the one thing that’s perhaps even more telling is what she did to get on YouTube in the first place. Aldis is 18 now, but she was just 14 when she decided to start her own channel. As you might expect, her parents weren’t exactly thrilled with the idea of her balancing a channel with school.

So, to convince them YouTube was a viable pursuit, Aldis did what came naturally: she made a full-fledged PowerPoint presentation about the pros of joining the platform.

Her parents were convinced, and Aldis was off.

 

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In the four years since, she has held herself to a stringent upload schedule, producing at least one video per week. As her audience has grown, she’s also–like many creators–dipped into making merch. Some of her items are classic offerings: hoodies, beanies, phone cases. Her most successful products, however, aren’t cloth or cases; they’re entirely digital.

Aldis vends a range of digital products that includes photo filters, custom presets for editing in Adobe Lightroom, and sets of aesthetic iOS icons that can replace iPhone’s typical app tiles with sleeker, themed alternatives for easier sorting. While she didn’t expect digital items to be so favored among her followers, Aldis is happy they are, since they don’t require her to maintain inventory or handle shipping.

YouTube is now officially Aldis’ full-time job, and her channel recently crossed one million subscribers–which makes this a good moment to welcome her to YouTube Millionaires.

Check out our chat with her below.

Tubefilter: How does it feel to hit one million subscribers? What do you have to say to your fans?

Sadie Aldis: It is amazing that I have this whole community of people who love the same things I do, and won’t get concerned for me when I reorganize my life in every third video. My viewers and I love manifestation, organization, fashion, aesthetics, routines…which is why I feel like we are all connected in such a personal way. I hope that hitting this crazy milestone will be proof to my viewers that, as cliche as it sounds, dreams DO come true. No opportunity is too big for you.

Tubefilter: Tell us a little about you! Where are you from? How did you get started on YouTube, and why did you pick YouTube to be your main platform?

SA: Hey!! I’m Sadie–a five-foot-one, 18-year-old social media creator! Fun fact: I am also type one diabetic. I had a very normal life growing up in Aurora, Ontario, until my YouTube channel starting picking up in 2019. One of my morning routine videos was picking up views at an oddly quick rate, and my subscribers started shooting up as well! I was like, “Uhhh, what is going on…This doesn’t happen to me!!!!”

I had only started my channel a year prior. I got so much motivation from the lifestyle channels, laughter from the comedy channels, and inspiration from the cinematography channels that I watched. I knew I HAD to give making videos a try. I then made a PowerPoint presentation to my parents explaining as to why they should let me start my own channel (as one does). They said yes (with a couple safety rules), and from then on, it’s been a dream.

Tubefilter: Your content focuses a lot on productivity and solid daily routines. What does your own routine look like? How do you balance making content with other pursuits?

SA: Planning out my day and having routines makes me feel like an absolute boss. My favourite type of routine has to be my morning routine. I love to wake up early, journal, do some creative visualization, and scroll on Pinterest for a bit. This way, I start my day with a bunch of good vibes and inspiration. I also thrive off change, which is why I love to create new routines for myself and share them on my channel. I use my weekly planner and iCal as my bible. I plan when I am going to create, upload, and promote my usual social content. After that is planned, I know exactly how much time I have left for seeing friends and family, working out, relaxing, and other passion projects!

Tubefilter: We wanted to ask about your merch a little bit, because we’ve noticed lately that there’s a growing number of creators selling digital items–like your Lightroom presets! How do those do compared to your other merch? Why did you decide to sell them?

SA: By selling different types of merchandise, physical and digital, I have learned that each creator’s audience has a different preference of what type of merchandise they would purchase. Surprisingly, my digital merchandise, such as Lightroom presets and iOS 14 icon packs, were more successful than I was expecting! There is also a lot more room for customization, as well as time for revisions to be done. There is no shipping or physical inventory needed for these digital items, which makes the whole process a lot less complicated and faster. I would definitely suggest any creator start selling digital merch!

Tubefilter: What one thing can viewers always expect when they tune in to your content?

SA: I am always so happy to see the comments on my videos saying how I brought happiness to their day or inspired them to get out of bed. I know that some of the best feelings ever are to be motivated, excited, and inspired. My goal is to make as many people as possible feel those amazing things. 🙂

Tubefilter: Is YouTube your full-time job? Do you plan to make it your career?

SA: Yes! YouTube is my full-time job. My channel will always be known as where my success started, even if I end up heading in a different direction later on. I don’t have an exact plan for my future, but I would love it to have a balance of social media content creation, acting, and running my own business. I have recently found a love for acting and am very excited to see where that takes me. I also think it is very important to spread yourself out across many platforms, not just YouTube. Some of my favourites include Instagram, Spotify, TikTok, and Pinterest!

Tubefilter: What’s your favorite part of making content on YouTube? Do you have any thoughts on making YouTube content versus making content for other platforms?

SA: YouTube is where I can make videos that are super rich in content. Meaning, they can be much longer than TikToks or Reels, and they’re more engaging than a long Instagram caption. For me personally, making YouTube content takes much more planning and creation time than any of my other platforms. Although I do love creating short, engaging, and fun content for Reels and TikToks! Those videos need a different skillset to engage the viewer on the For You and Explore pages in such little time. I show a lot more of my funny/casual side on those accounts.

To add on, I have been posting a new Instagram photo every other day for as long as I can remember, and I LOVE IT! Wearing sick outfits, shooting with photographers, and getting photoshoot inspiration from Pinterest lights me up inside! Lastly, I can proudly say that whatever content I make, I want it to be pleasing to the heart, but also the eye 🙂 It makes me so happy to create aesthetically pleasing videos, Instagram pictures, TikToks…everything!!

Tubefilter: What’s next for you and your channel? Any plans looking to the future?

SA: I hope to keep growing and inspiring my viewers no matter what I do. When it is safe, I am DEFINITELY going to be meeting up with some of my internet friends and making some content together. 🙂 I would also love to dive deeper into acting and starting my own business…Some things may already be in the works…

I am so hyped for everything that is to come!!

 

Sadie Aldis is represented by Danielle Pistotnik and Amy Neben at Select Management Group.


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TV tonight: our highlights for Friday 7th May

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Jupiter’s Legacy is just one of the gems on today…

TV tonight Jupiter's Legacy

New superhero drama Jupiter’s Legacy comes to Netflix, Food Unwrapped goes to India, and Adam Frost hosts Gardeners’ World. Here’s what you shouldn’t miss on TV tonight. 

  • Our hand-selected recommendations for what’s on TV tonight include three TV shows, live sport, a film and the latest trending need-to-binge-on-now box set 
  • Keep up to date with the latest soap spoiler storylines on TV tonight with our daily soap synopsis 
  • For more information about what’s on TV tonight see our TV Guide 

What’s on TV tonight 

Our expert TV journalists have picked the best things on TV tonight… 

Best TV shows on TV tonight

Food Unwrapped Does Takeaways, 8pm, C4

Tv tonight Food Unwrapped Does Takeaways

Jimmy travels to India to find out more about ghee

Takeaway has always been big business but when restaurants were shut and we got tired of cooking again they really came into their own. Tonight’s programme is a takeaway special, with Jimmy Doherty investigating the ingredients of Thai favourites spring rolls and, in India, the ingredient that lays the building blocks for a curry – ghee. Meanwhile, Andi Oliver checks out doner kebabs, and Amanda Byram looks at what exactly goes into our coffee to give us that buzz. 

★★ JP

Jupiter’s Legacy, Netflix

TV tonight Jupiter's Legacy

Ben Daniels stars

Comic book author Mark Millar and Netflix’s first collaboration is an ambitious, thoughtful exploration of The American Ideal, telling the story of the world’s first superheroes. Josh Duhamel leads the cast as Sheldon Sampson – ‘The Utopian’ – who has protected mankind since the 1930s, but now finds his similarly gifted children have different ideas about super powers. It’s full of explosive action, but this eight-part series also poses interesting questions about family, power and loyalty.   

★★★★ SMA

Gardeners’ World, 9pm, BBC2 (not Wales)

TV tonight Gardners' World

Adam Frost presents this week

Adam Frost takes over main presenting duties this week as we return to his glorious Lincolnshire garden. As well as tips to turn tired old grass into luscious lawn, he’s growing unusual veggies and planting a seasonal container. Garden historian Advolly Richmond shows how the pursuit of the perfect lawn led to advances in machinery, while Frances Tophill is in Devon to meet a gardener potty about a certain type of perennial vegetable. Plus, a visit to a clematis-packed garden in Essex and a tour of the national collection of spring-flowering elder. 

★★★★ JL

Best box set to watch 

Wellington Paranormal, seasons one to three, Sky Box Sets/NOW

TV tonight Wellington Paranormal

Mike Minogue and Karen O’Leary star

Created by Jojo Rabbit director Taika Waititi and his long-time collaborator, Flight of the Conchords’ Jemaine Clement, this New Zealand mockumentary is a spin-off from their horror spoof What We Do in the Shadows and centres on two clueless cops (Mike Minogue and Karen O’Leary) investigating supernatural incidents in and around the capital.

Best film to watch on TV tonight

Tenet, 8pm, Sky Cinema Premiere/NOW

TV tonight Tenet

John David Washington is headed for choppy waters

Be prepared to scratch your noggin while watching Christopher Nolan’s latest sci-fi conundrum of a thriller. John David Washington is a spy out to uncover what Russian megalomaniac oligarch Kenneth Branagh is up to, assisted by the mysterious Robert Pattinson and Branagh’s unwilling squeeze, Elizabeth Debicki. The mission (and our mind) is complicated by the fact that it also involves time travelling backwards and forwards, with different versions of the same person altering events as they see fit. Confused? You certainly will be. Although it’s smart as a whip and has some stunning set-pieces worthy of the best 007 flicks, this may be too much of a brain scrambler for some. 

Live sport

  • Premier League Football: Leicester City v Newcastle United 7.30pm (k-o 8pm), Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Premier League/NOW

Soaps on TV tonight

  • EastEnders, 8.05pm
  • Emmerdale, 7pm
  • Coronation Street, 7.30pm & 8.30pm
  • Hollyoaks, 6.30pm

If you watch just one thing on TV tonight… 

Don’t miss Jupiter’s Legacy on TV tonight – a superhero saga with a difference!

Not found anything you want to watch on TV tonight? Check out our TV Guide. 

Happy viewing!

 

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Ghostwriter — Series Recap | Apple TV+

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Before we begin a new chapter, let’s start at the beginning and recap the adventures of Ghostwriter so far. New episodes are available May 7 on Apple TV+

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New Apple TV+ Series ‘Hello Tomorrow!’ to Star ‘The Morning Show’ Actor Billy Crudup

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Apple TV+ today announced a full series order for “Hello Tomorrow!,” a new, 10-episode half-hour dramedy that will star Emmy and Critics Choice Award winner Billy Crudup of “The Morning Show” who will also serve as an executive producer.

Jonathan Entwistle (The End of the F***ing World) is attached to direct the series, which comes from MRC Television.

Set in a retro-future world, “Hello Tomorrow!” centers around a group of traveling salesmen hawking lunar timeshares. Crudup stars as Jack, a salesman of great talent and ambition, whose unshakeable faith in a brighter tomorrow inspires his coworkers, revitalizes his desperate customers but threatens to leave him dangerously lost in the very dream that sustains him.

The series is written and created by Amit Bhalla and Lucas Jansen (BloodlineThe Money). Entwistle, Bhalla, Jansen will also serve as executive producers alongside Crudup. Blake Griffin, Ryan Kalil, and Noah Weinstein will executive produce through their banner Mortal Media.

The series will mark another collaboration between Apple and MRC Television, the studio behind the upcoming Apple Original series “Shining Girls,” starring Emmy Award winner Elisabeth Moss, based on the best-selling novel by Lauren Beukes and is being adapted for television and executive produced by Silka Luisa; and, the limited series “The Shrink Next Door,” in association with Civic Center Media, which stars Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Kathryn Hahn, and Casey Wilson, from director Michael Showalter and showrunner Georgia Pritchett.

Crudup currently stars in Apple’s “The Morning Show,” which will return for its second season this year, and earned him an Emmy Award and Critics Choice Award, as well as a SAG nomination, for his role as Cory Ellison.

Apple hasn’t announced a premiere date for the series but it will be available through the Apple TV+ streaming service.

Apple TV+ is available on the Apple TV app in over 100 countries and regions, on over 1 billion screens, including iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac, select Samsung, LG, Sony and VIZIO smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku devices, Chromecast with Google TV, PlayStation and Xbox consoles, and at tv.apple.com, for $4.99 per month with a seven-day free trial. For a limited time, customers who purchase a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, or iPod touch can enjoy one year of Apple TV+ for free. This special offer is good for three months after the first activation of the eligible device.

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Lilly Singh Ends Late-Night Show, Signs Production Deal With NBCUniversal

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Lilly Singh is leaving late-night.

After two seasons and 161 weeknight episodes, NBC is ending the YouTuber-turned-host’s talk show A Little Late with Lilly Singh. But Singh isn’t leaving NBC altogether: she’s signed a first-look production deal with its parent conglomerate NBCUniversal, per The Hollywood Reporter.

This new deal will see Singh, via her production company Unicorn Island Productions, developing scripted and unscripted projects for NBCUniversal’s Television Alternative studio. She’s also working on a Netflix comedy series with Black-ish creator Kenya Barris, she said in a statement reported by THR.

“I have a desire to make longer form content telling underrepresented stories, which is difficult to execute on a nightly show,” Singh said. As such, “I’m excited to take this next step in my relationship with NBCUniversal.”

Singh added, “This is a career step that I could only dream of when I started out as a creator, and I look forward to working alongside their team to create projects that bring underrepresented voices to the forefront.”

When Singh debuted A Little Late in 2019, she became the first openly bisexual person and first person of Indian descent to anchor a late-night series. And, now that her show is ending, there is only one overnight program hosted by a woman: Samantha Bee’s Full Frontal.

Singh has 15 million subscribers on YouTube, where she’s continued uploading occasional videos throughout her A Little Late run.

You can read her full statement below:

Two years ago, I embarked on the wild journey of late night TV. I knew this show was about more than me, and I will be forever grateful for the opportunity and support. Today, I write to you from a similar place of deep gratitude to share some news.

I’m going to focus on the slate of projects my company Unicorn Island Productions is developing, and we’re saying goodbye to A Little Late with Lilly Singh. I have a desire to make longer form content telling underrepresented stories, which is difficult to execute on a nightly show.

This leads me to two very exciting announcements!!

I’m thrilled to share that NBCUniversal and I have taken the next step in our relationship by signing a first look deal between Universal Television Alternative Studio and Unicorn Island Productions. I’m excited about bringing even more diversity to screen in an even bigger way.

I also get to share the news that I am developing a comedy project with the wonderful folks at Netflix. It will be Executive Produced by the talented Kenya Barris and his team at Khalabo Ink Society, along with writers/executive producers Nell Scovell and Diya Mishra. And ya girl is starring in it!

This is just the beginning; I can’t wait to share more with you but this is all I can tease for now. I’m beyond grateful for your support past, present and future.

And to the Late with Lilly crew, I’m so proud of the progress we made in diversifying late night. We’ve given 21 people their late-night debut this season! That’s pretty incredible and it’s been a true honour.

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Ellen Digital Ventures Unveils 3 Fan-Focused Content Verticals During NewFronts Outing

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Ellen Digital Ventures (EDV), the digital media company founded by beleaguered talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and Warner Bros. Digital Networks, has announced a trio of new fan-focused content verticals at its NewFronts outing his year.

EDV, which counts 300 million social followers that generated 8 billion views last year across all platforms, is looking to target its core audiences with the overarching content brands, it says. They include: mom-focused Bubble; Sage, which will cover all things female empowerment; and Smile, which will seek to amplify the voices of extraordinary people.

Each brand will comprise social media, mobile games, podcasts, and even experiential offerings, EDV says, including a weekend getaway called Camp Mom.

The Bubble brand will house long-running shows like the Emmy-nominated Momsplaining With Kristen Bell, which is returning for a sixth season, while breakout hit Lady Parts will live on Sage, where actress Sarah Hyland and OB/GYN Dr. Sherry Ross will hold open conversations about female sex and health. Smile, for its part, will house two new series: All Good Things, about everyday people making a big impact in their communities, and Dragged, in which aspiring drag queens will pursue self-expression under the tutelage of a pro.

Other series in EDV’s 2021 slate include: Mama To Mama, featuring celebrity moms in conversation with one another; Spill The Family Tea, which will see parents and kids share family secrets; and Lady Like, spotlighting dauntless women in predominantly male fields.

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Creators On The Rise: 5 Months Ago, Marc Jones Made A 36-Second Video To Test His New Camera. Now, That Clip Brings In A Million Views A Day.

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Welcome to Creators on the Rise, where—in partnership with global creator company Jellysmack—we find and profile breakout creators who are in the midst of extraordinary growth. 


When his YouTube stats told Marc Jones his upload was bringing in 250,000 views an hour, he figured the site was glitched.

The traffic seemed impossible, partially because the video was only 36 seconds long, but mostly because he’d hardly put any effort into the clip. A software engineer by trade, he’d occasionally dabbled in vlogging with his family, so he was familiar with how much planning and production videos can take.

But this upload wasn’t planned. It didn’t have ultra high-quality production value. Jones had just been looking for a way to test his new iPhone camera.

His son, who’s four, loves building marble runs, and offered to let his latest creation–a simple, brightly colored funnel on a long stand–be filmed. Jones recorded half a minute of a green marble swirling around a bright-red funnel, uploaded it as a YouTube Short in December, and moved on.

Then he noticed the views. 250,000 per hour, racking up to millions over just a few days. Now, it’s up to more than 78 million–and still climbing.

The reaction to Jones’ video might have baffled him, but the fervor is understandable. He uploaded his clip not long after YouTube began serving content from Shorts–its TikTok competitor–to more users via their home feeds. And, perhaps more importantly, his video fed into an already popular craze: marble runs.

Part ASMR fodder, part Rube Goldberg machine, marble runs are custom-built contraptions (usually made from Legos, wooden blocks, or similar components) that send marbles down tracks through dizzying swirls and tight tunnels. Some are tiny desktop versions, no larger than a foot or so wide, while others can span entire rooms. Over the past year, marble runs have become increasingly popular on YouTube as a kind of intersection of toy channels, model-makers, and folks desperately trying to entertain themselves while stuck in isolation.

Jones’ video struck with the right content at the right time–and though he’s produced dozens of videos since that 36-second clip, it remains his channel’s most popular fare. Five months after upload, it’s still pulling in more than one million views per day.

For Jones, the surge in viewership (his channel, The Mesmerizing Collective, is now up to 80 million lifetime views) and followers (150K subscribers) was a sign that he shouldn’t let the video be a one-hit wonder. Since December, he’s been investing in more complicated marble runs, making taller and more complicated pieces with multiple tracks for proper marble competitions. These he turns into videos–some Shorts, some longer–and uploads at least three times per week.

Since March 26, The Mesmerizing Collective has grown from 59,000 subscribers to 148,000 subscribers, and 21.8 million all-time channel views to nearly 80 million. Data from Gospel Stats.

Jones says his family’s goal, if the channel’s traffic keeps trending upward, is to have his wife leave her job later this year and work on YouTube full-time. And they already have loftier future plans: If The Mesmerizing Collective proves successful, they hope to parlay that success into creating their own toy brand.

Check out our chat with Jones below.

Tubefilter: Tell us a little about you! What’s your name? Where are you from? What do you get up to outside of YouTube?

Marc Jones: My name is Marc Jones and I am a principal architect for an IT company in the U.K., so a million miles away from what we do on YouTube. I’m married with a son who is four. We absolutely love being outdoors and travelling, so this is something we are looking forward to doing again as soon as possible.

Tubefilter: You launched your channel five months ago. What made you want to start a channel? Why did you choose YouTube?

MJ: The whole thing is one happy accident. We had a small family vlog on YouTube which we were still finding our feet with, so we weren’t totally new to YouTube. Then, at the end of November, I got the new iPhone 12 Pro Max, so to test the camera my little boy wanted me to film his marble run that he had made. He wanted me to upload it to YouTube for fun, so I uploaded it to my personal channel and forgot about it.

About a week later, the video had something like 12,000 views, which to us, having tried to get a vlog off the ground, was massive.

Tubefilter: Is that why you chose marble runs as the focus for your channel? Is this a hobby you and your son share? Did you think they would do well as a content niche on YouTube?

MJ: Building marble runs and crazy tracks around the house was something we loved doing before all this started, so making content around this wasn’t such a leap.

After our first video, I did some research and realised there was this massive niche around marble runs, so we made another video for fun and little to no expectation of anything happening. That video got traction as well, so there was a lightbulb moment. I realised that there were channels in the niche with huge subscriber numbers and massive amounts of views. It was very much a moment of, “If these channels can get success in this space, then so can we.”

Tubefilter: Your channel has recently seen a noticeable boost in subscribers and views. Do you know which video or event triggered this increase?

MJ: Yes, our second ever video ever was a short I made, again testing the 4K on my new phone. I uploaded it and it got tens of thousands of views and pushed us to a few hundred subs. Great, I thought, what a result. Then out of nowhere, I logged in to YouTube Studio and realised it was getting 250k views an hour. I honestly thought something was wrong, but this continued for weeks, then months. The video was generating so much engagement that YouTube just kept pushing it. People either loved it, or hated it, and as such, were compelled to comment or like/dislike.

To this day, the video still generates around a million views a day, and it’s been pointed out to me that, with the exception of one video, it has more views than MrBeast‘s shorts–amazing, right?

Tubefilter: Why do you think that particular video caught on?

MJ: It was definitely in line with where we were planning on taking the channel. I think the video caught on because it divided people so much, which generated loads of engagement. The video is 36 seconds long, and around 20-25 seconds of this is waiting for the ball to drop in the hole. It’s a hook, plain and simple. People were watching to see what happens, so the retention was great as well.

People either love it or hate. I’ve had people tell me they love it and its so relaxing and satisfying, all the way to people telling me they hate me (and worse). I’ve also had Justin Bieber fans telling me that the video had more likes and views than some of his videos, and people always point out that a marble has more views than MrBeast’s Shorts, which blows my mind. I’d heard of MrBeast before all this started, but only recently have I really started watching his channel. He is the king of YouTube, and what he does for good causes is second to none. So to even have our channel mentioned in the same breath as him is humbling.

Tubefilter: You’ve produced a lot of videos in a few short months. What’s your production schedule like? How long does it take you to put together a video, from brainstorming to upload?

MJ: Our production schedule is still working itself out. We upload every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. We always plan to batch film on a Sunday, but real life gets in the way of that quite easily. So, we always at least aim to have the videos planned out, come up with a shot list, and go from there. On a good week, we will have the videos lined up and ready to go by Tuesday for the rest of the week, but of late, we’ve had lots of late nights filming and editing the day before upload.

Now, we are at a point where things are getting somewhat serious, we are aware that how we run the channel has to change. I’m confident that over the coming weeks/months, we will be a well-oiled machine. The ideal scenario for this year is that the channel grows to the point that my wife can work on it full-time.

Tubefilter: Has your recent engagement uptick changed anything else for you? Do you have any other new plans or goals for your content career?

MJ: It’s changed everything! What started as a single video to test a camera has now completely spun our world upside down. I’ve always been ambitious and determined once I get an idea in my head, and making The Mesmerizing Collective one of the biggest marble channels on YouTube is only part of our goal.

I watch a lot of YouTube educators, particularly Sean Cannel/Think Media and Nick Nimmin. And one thing that resonated with me that Sean said once: Start with your million-dollar idea and work back. So that’s what we are doing.

Beyond YouTube, we want to spin this idea in to many different avenues, such as our own marble sets, build out our brand, and so much more. I have hundreds of ideas for what The Mesmerizing Collective can–will–be!

Tubefilter: What’s your favorite part of making content on YouTube?

MJ: We love brainstorming new and creative ways to produce content we hope appeals to everyone. We are trying to find our place in the marble market, and researching and developing our ideas is really fun. I also find editing really relaxing. This all linked with how it brings us together as a family is something we’re really enjoying.

Tubefilter: Are you making content on any other platforms, or are you mainly focused on YouTube?

MJ: We are currently solely focused on YouTube, but we do have some near-term plans to expand to other social media platforms as part of our growth strategy.

Tubefilter: What’s next for you and your channel?

MJ: Our current plan is to focus on the content and to keep improving every aspect of it. We have massive ambitions for this channel, so what’s next is all focussed on that. We are investing in areas we need to and working harder on the content.


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Stowaway: Breathless Realism in Space Travel

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 I caught Stowaway last night, up on Netflix since the end of April.  I liked it a lot, even though I don’t like unhappy endings in space travel dramas, however realistic they may be.  I’ll get to that in moment.  

The MTS-42 mission to Mars, with a small crew of captain Marina Barnett, botanist David Kim, and medical researcher Zoe Levenson is a good set-up.  Although mission control sees a little more weight than expected on lift off, they confirm that there’s enough fuel to successfully make the voyage.  Given the title and publicity for the movie, we the audience of course know that this weight comes from Michael Adams, a technician who was knocked unconscious in a pre-launch accident that also landed him behind a panel.  He wants to get back to Earth to take care of his little sister, but the ship can’t do that. This is also good continuing set-up.  And the narrative then pitches into full-fledged adrenalin when it’s discovered that the accident that knocked out Michael also took out the CO2 scrubber.   The upshot: although there are emergency lithium canisters that can take care of some of the carbon dioxide problem, the best they can do is provide breathable air for two people.

What to do?   David has algae that can produce oxygen, intended for use on Mars.  Can he re-purpose the algae for use on the ship?  Well … yes and no, and here is where the stark realism of science and life in space rears its head.  Suffice to say the algae is unreliable and it’s soon clear that the most it can do is provide sufficient oxygen for one more person.   The movie’s at its psychological best at this point, as Marina, David, and Zoe discuss and agonize what to do.   

There is another option — an EVA trip to retrieve liquid oxygen from the launch section of MTS-42 — but it’s dangerous and only David and Zoe can do it (the captain’s arm is in a cast, and Michael doesn’t have the training).  Meanwhile, David’s algae is totally dying and a solar storm with lethal radiation is headed towards the MTS-42.  I’ll leave it to you to see the breathless action that ensues.

But I will say that I regretted the very ending, and not just because Zoe Levenson has almost the same last name as I do.   Her sacrifice is realistic, true, and the reactions of her crewmates were powerful cinema, but I would have much preferred she or her crewmates figuring out a way to weather the solar storm.  Why couldn’t she have stayed in the launch vehicle until the storm cleared?  The captain said the storm could take hours to pass through, but staying in the launch vehicle and whether that could have given Zoe sufficient protection wasn’t even raised as an option.

But do see this movie, if you’re a space enthusiast, and want to see human beings at their best.  Good work by Joe Penna who wrote and directed, Ryan Morrison who wrote, and fine acting by Anna Kendrick as Zoe, Daniel Dae Kim as David, Toni Collette as the captain, and Shamier Anderson as the stowaway Michael.

See also The Missing Orientation

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TikTok Urges Brands To Participate In Creator Community, Vows Its Popularity Will Persist Post-Pandemic

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At its second-ever NewFronts presentation, hosted by native star Tai Verdes, TikTok reiterated its stance as one of the online video sector’s key drivers of culture, and touted the catalytic impact it says it’s had on modern retail.

“As the platform continues to drive brand and product discovery through #TikTokMadeMeBuyIt,” the company said in a statement, “we’re seeing advertisers unlearn traditional retail marketing techniques and pivot toward authentic connections with their customers — the TikTok community. From feta cheese to drugstore skincare, all it takes is one TikTok to clear shelves across the world.”

In addition to supercharging Ocean Spray cranberry juice and the Fleetwood Mac song “Dreams thanks to a massive meme last fall, Sandie Hawkins — TikTok’s GM of global business solutions, North America — noted that when one creator with a modest following named Hannah Schlenker enthused about a pair of Aerie leggings, the clip went viral, which led to the leggings being sold out everywhere. Craig Brommers, the CMO of Aerie’s parent company, American Eagle, noted that the leggings continue to sell out upon each restock.

@hannahschlenkerYes queen give us nothing (dc: @rianneneill )♬ Drummer Boy – Justin Bieber

TikTok, which has 100 million monthly visitors in the U.S., also released research conducted alongside Kantar during its NewFront. Amid concerns that its popularity might wane as the pandemic concludes, the platform said that 88% of those surveyed intend to spend the same amount of time or more on TikTok over the next six months.

Furthermore, 93% of TikTokers in the U.S. reported feeling happy after spending time on the app, the company said, whereas 30% said they have watched less TV, streaming, or other video content since joining the platform.

Finally, TikTok emphasized the importance for brands of leaning into the creator community, even if it might feel like a risky proposition. Chris Eyerman, the head of TikTok’s creative lab, North America, flipped this proposition on its head, stating that rather than worrying about whether a brand should trust creators, it is actually on the onus of brands to earn the trust of the creator community. (TikTok also offers a Creator Marketplace for brands that feature prospective creator partners that have been personally vetted by the platform).

“The biggest thing that I tell brands is it’s really about participating in the culture of the community,” Eyerman said. “One of the things that we commonly get asked is, ‘Should I trust my brand with the community?’ And I always say, it’s really about getting the community to trust you.”


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Stranger Things: teaser

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A new teaser has dropped for Stranger Things S4, a series delayed by the pandemic.

The first teaser was actually dropped in February 2020, hinting that Hopper is alive (David Harbour).

This teaser depicts a playroom of children who mirror Eleven from Season 1, until they are interrupted by ‘Papa.’

A date for the Netflix series is yet to be confirmed.

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Wheelhouse DNA Inks YouTube Pact With Rapper And Social Media Star 24kGoldn (Exclusive)

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Newly-launched Wheelhouse DNA — the digital and audio arm of multi-faceted entertainment company Wheelhouse — has inked a deal with rapper and social media phenom 24kGoldn, whose real name is Golden Landis Von Jones.

The deal is roughly similar to the one Wheelhouse recently forged alongside the transgender beauty vlogger Nikita Dragun, and will see Wheelhouse DNA managing and creating all of the content for Jones’ YouTube channel. On the advertising front, Wheelhouse’s marketing division, Wheelhouse Labs, will broker brand deals. Avi Gandhi, Wheelhouse’s EVP of digital, will manage day-to-day operations of Jones’ channel.

“Goldn is a breakout talent, transcending platforms and demos, and his universal appeal just keeps growing,” Wheelhouse chief strategy officer Ed Simpson said in a statement. “That’s the sweet spot that represents the mission of Wheelhouse as we look to collaborate with artists living at the center of entertainment and culture.”

24kGoldn launched his debut studio album, El Dorado, in March, catapulted by smash single “Mood,” which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and went platinum three times. The wild success of that track was due in large part to virality on TikTok, which also happens to be Jones’ biggest platform, with 5.1 million followers. He also counts 2.1 million YouTube subscribers — with his channel being predominantly home to music videos and vlogs — and 1 million Instagram followers.

In addition to its deal with Nikita Dragun, Wheelhouse — which was founded in 2018 by producer-entrepreneur Brent Montgomery and late-night host Jimmy Kimmel — is also working with the Hype House on a forthcoming Netflix reality series, as well as on the paranormal podcast Internet Urban Legends, hosted by YouTube stars Loey Lane and Snitchery.

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Prince William And Kate Middleton Launch Official YouTube Channel

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge — more casually known as William and Kate — have launched a brand new YouTube channel.

A 25-second introductory clip, which is currently No. 3 on YouTube’s ‘Trending’ charts, takes a sleekly-edited look at some of the couple’s charity commitments and public highlights over the years, set to upbeat music — with 1.3 million views and counting. It also features unscripted moments, including Prince William telling Middleton to “be careful what you say,” and her chiding him: “You don’t have to roll your r’s.”

A second video was posted this morning — the first in a series of phone calls between The Duchess and participants from an initiative last fall called Hold Still, courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery. Participants were asked to share their experiences during the first COVID lockdown last fall by submitting images, with The Duchess then phoning finalists to discuss their experiences.

It remains to be seen what other kinds of content will come to populate the channel, which is already home to 255,000 subscribers.

In addition to their YouTube channel, The Duke and Duchess also operate Twitter (2.2 million followers) and Instagram (12.8 million followers) accounts. And prior to their couple account, there were already two other official Royal channels: The Royal Family and The Royal Foundation.

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Twitter Unveils Bevy Of Branded Content Deals With Billboard, Genius, Refinery29, Tastemade

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Even as Twitter challenges the likes of Clubhouse and Facebook with tools for user-generated audio, it’s expanding its slate of homegrown audio and video content with a lineup of new (and renewed) partnerships.

At its 2021 NewFronts presentation, the platform announced new deals with music industry charter Billboard, lyrics library Genius, foodie outlet Tastemade, lifestyle publisher Refinery29, and more on a variety of new shows and initiatives.

With Billboard, Twitter is rolling out The Billboard Hot Trending powered by Twitter, a daily-refreshing chart the platform says “will showcase the songs being talked about most on Twitter, tracking music-related trends each day across the platform, and also measuring the conversations dominating Twitter at any given time.”

The duo will also drop associated video content and editorial material “with support from some of music’s biggest stars,” per Twitter.

With Genius, Twitter will be the new home of Verified, a series that asks music artists to break down the meanings behind their top hits line by line. Twitter plans to augment the seris with exclusive content like polls and Q&As, it said.

Tastemade–which already has a broad presence on Twitter, with its core account (326K followers) plus numerous regional accounts–plans to launch two new food-related franchises on the platform.

First is Tastemade Holiday Hotline, which “puts culinary pros ‘on-call’ on Twitter, ready to help tackle any and all kitchen questions and issues in real time,” and then there’s Food for Thought, where diverse culinarians will take over the Tastemade Twitter account for one day and discuss their backgrounds and careers, and spotlight fellow professionals.

Twitter has also sealed a deal with NBC Olympics for coverage of the Tokyo Olympics, kicking off in July. Content will span a daily live show with hosts like Olympian figure skater Adam Rippon, real-time video highlights, behind-the-scenes footage, and polls related to NBC Olympics’ linear Primetime broadcasts.

And finally, Refinery29’s deal will bring content from Unbothered and Somos, the site’s editorial hubs for Black and Latinx women.

Along with these new deals, Twitter has reupped several partnerships, including a two-year extension of its live video relationship with the MLB, a return of the NHL’s live Stanley Cup Playoffs coverage (with a new live pregame show, in-game highlights, and co-branded content), and a continued collaboration with the WNBA that will see Twitter host a slate of 12 full live games from the league’s 25th season. Twitter and the WNBA have now been partners for five years.

“With even more video content coming to the Twitter timeline from world-class content publishers, we’re excited to continue helping brands connect to what’s happening and what people are watching,” JP Maheu, Twitter’s VP of U.S. client services, said in a statement. “The video content from these partners will bolster our library of brand safe content that gives advertisers the reach they’re looking for.”

Twitter additionally used its presentation to spotlight a new preroll ad offering: Curated Categories. These are themed groups of publishers bundled together by Twitter so marketers can place ads on a range of content about a specific niche.

Launch categories include Esports Teams, Gaming Personalities, Health & Wellness, and Women in Sports & Gaming.


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Stranger Things Season 4 Teaser: Is Eleven Okay?

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Stranger Things is bringing a former villain back into the fold.

Netflix dropped a new Stranger Things Season 4 teaser on Thursday, and it teases a cataclysmic event that could have dire consequences for Eleven.

It looks like Martin Brenner is back in the mix — or at least someone who looks like him is back up to his old tricks.

We get to see a nursery for the people with special abilities, and well, all of the kids refer to him as Papa, just like Eleven did back in the day.

The trailer shows Martin walking down the corridor as the camera pans down the corridor to focus on room No. 11.

Martin says that he has “something very special planned” for the kids that day, but we don’t get any confirmation on what it is.

When the camera does reach room No. 11, we hear the following dialogue:

“Eleven, are you listening?”

We also see Eleven’s eyes spring open because she’s clearly struggling to comprehend what is actually going on.

Could this be time travel, or could Martin be haunting this kid from another dimension?

We’ve seen some nefarious forces at play throughout the series’ three-season run, and we can only expect the series to be darker than ever before when it returns.

We still don’t have a definite premiere date for the series, but Finn Wolfhard recently told a fan to expect the series to return next year.

Production on Stranger Things Season 4 kicked off in February 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic brought it to a halt swiftly, but we know the show is well into production at this stage.

Details are still scarce, but we know a lot about the new faces headed to Hawkins in the fourth season, and they include Robert Englund.

Englund is on board as Victor Creel, a disturbed and intimidating man imprisoned in a psychiatric hospital.

The other new cast members include:

– Eduardo Franco aka Argyle: a fun-loving stoner, pizza delivery boy, & Jonathan’s new best friend.

– Jamie Campbell Bower aka Peter Ballard: a caring man who works as an orderly at a psychiatric hospital.

– Sherman Augustus aka Lt. Colonel Sullivan: a no-nonsense man who believes he knows how to stop the evil in Hawkins.

– Mason Dye aka Jason Carver: a handsome, rich athlete dating the most popular girl in school.

– Tom Wlaschiha aka Dmitri: a smart and charming Russian prison guard.

– Nikola Djuricko aka Yuri: an unpredictable Russian smuggler who loves bad jokes, cold hard cash, and crunchy style peanut butter.

– Joseph Quinn aka Eddie Munson: the head of the Hawkins High official D&D Club, The Hellfire Club.

All eight join the already expansive cast that includes Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Cara Buono, Matthew Modine, Noah Schnapp, and Sadie Sink.

Have a look at the full teaser below.

When do you think the series will return to the air?

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A Black Lady Sketch Show: I Wheel Survive (Full Sketch) | HBO

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If he wastes your years, he don’t deserve your tears. #ABLSS #HBO Subscribe to HBO on YouTube: https://goo.gl/wtFYd7

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A Black Lady Sketch Show is a narrative sketch comedy series featuring a core cast of Black women living relatable, hilarious experiences in a magical reality that subverts traditional expectations. Joining the cast this season are featured players Laci Mosley and Skye Townsend, plus returning core cast members Robin Thede, Gabrielle Dennis and Ashley Nicole Black.

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PAUSE with Sam Jay: Official Teaser | HBO

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Let’s talk it out. #PAUSEwithSamJay, a new approach to late night conversations from SNL writer Sam Jay and Insecure’s Prentice Penny, debuts May 21 on HBO Max. #HBO Subscribe to HBO on YouTube: https://goo.gl/wtFYd7

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