Disney officially owns our childhoods and are there too many streaming services?

We’re back with special guest Aaron Pruner, a former actor on the ’90s series VR Troopers and current TV journalist, to talk about recent news like the Disney takeover of Fox becoming official, Marvel’s new exhibit in The Franklin Institute, Supernatural finally coming to an end after 15 seasons, and new shows on the horizon that are worth checking out. Lastly, we end by having a discussion about Apple’s imminent streaming service and whether there’s too many services out there to be sustainable. Check the full episode out above and tell us your thoughts, comments, and questions about the topics in the episode.

00:05:59 A TLC broadway play is in the works,

00:08:21 – Nvidia’s new AI turns your crappy sketches into photorealistic works of art

00:13:38 – New Marvel exhibit in The Franklin Institute – Is comic culture taking over the mainstream a good thing?

00:27:19 – It’s official, Disney officially owns Fox and fully owns our childhoods

00:36:31 – Upcoming TV shows and series worth checking out

01:01:22 – ‘Supernatural’ is finally ending after 15 seasons

01:09:04 – Are there too many streaming services? Is this much content sustainable?

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