You’ve searched high and low and scouted out the most sincere pumpkin patch you can find. You can look around and there’s not a sign of hypocrisy. Nothing but sincerity as far as the eye can see. Now, all you have to do is sit and wait for the Great Pumpkin to arrive in your living room. And by Great Pumpkin, we mean It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, one of the best family Halloween movies of all time. But, unless you plan it correctly, if you’re looking to watch the famed Peanuts special, you could end up like Linus and Sally, disappointed on the day after Halloween.
When Will the Charlie Brown Halloween Special Air in 2021?
If you’re a long-time Charlie Brown fan, you might look at your TV listings for your local ABC affiliate to try to find an airing of the Great Pumpkin. But this year, just like last year, you won’t be able to find it there.
‘It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown’ on Apple TV+
Instead, in order to guarantee that you’ll be able to watch the It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown this year, you’re going to have to subscribe to Apple TV+. Apple actually has the rights to all of the great Peanuts holiday specials, including A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, A Charlie Brown Christmas, Happy New Year Charlie Brown and others, in addition to shows like Snoopy in Space and The Snoopy Show. If you’re in a family of Peanuts superfans, it would be worth it to subscribe.
Last year, Apple TV+ did make the special available for free, streaming without a subscription for a weekend while also airing on TV on PBS and PBS Kids. No similar announcements have been made for this year yet.
Is It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown streaming anywhere else?
With most movies, even if you can’t stream them for free, you can find a way to buy or rent them through services like Amazon Prime Video. Unfortunately, that doesn’t seem to be the case with Great Pumpkin.
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It’s not going to be available on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video or Vudu (though those services have their own Halloween offerings that are worth checking out especially Netflix and Hulu).
If you can still play discs at home, though, you can buy a copy. It’s included in the Peanuts Holiday Collection, which comes with the three big holiday specials. That way, you won’t wind up in the same position in a month, checking all the TV listings and streaming services looking for A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving or A Charlie Brown Christmas (which will only be airing on Apple TV+ anyway). As more and more streaming services pop up, and rights to different movies and shows bounce from one to the other — has anyone else noticed how the Harry Potter movies keep going back and forth between HBO Max and Peacock? — buying your favorites on Blu-ray might be the safest bet in any case.
Marisa LaScala Parenting & Relationships Editor Marisa LaScala covers all things parenting, from the postpartum period through empty nests, for GoodHousekeeping.com; she previously wrote about motherhood for Parents and Working Mother.
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Tucked in the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which opened Thursday in Los Angeles, is a surprisingly modest exhibit of “significant Oscars.” The museum, after all, is the latest venture of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the organization that each year entertains, inflames and invariably stupefies movie lovers of every taste and critical persuasion with that gaudy bacchanalia of self-love known as the Oscars.
Given the academy’s focus on all things Oscar, its latest production could have played up the event even more than it does. Yet while the awards invariably loom large, as does Hollywood — this is very much an academy endeavor, as the many nods to Steven Spielberg underscore — the long-delayed museum has embraced a tricky, complicated brief to accentuate the positive, to borrow the title of an Oscar-nominated song. The industry’s ugliness, its racism and sexism, is directly addressed, but the emphasis is on diversity and pluralism, not past and present sins. Call it a museum of good intentions.
The 20 statuettes in the significant Oscars gallery underscores this idea. The oldest is the best cinematography award given to “Sunrise” in 1929, the first year of the ceremony and the only year the academy divided its top honors between “unique and artistic picture” and “outstanding” film; the latter was given to “Wings” and isn’t on display. The most recent is the 2017 best adapted screenplay award for “Moonlight,” which is part of an inclusive lineup that includes best actor (Sidney Poitier), costume design (Eiko Ishioka), documentary (“The Times of Harvey Milk”) and song (“Up Where We Belong”).
Like much of the museum, the Oscar exhibit is fun, informative, ideologically freighted and touching, in specific because of the empty case that should hold the best supporting prize Hattie McDaniel won in 1940 for her much-debated turn in “Gone With the Wind.” (It went missing years ago.) She was the first African American nominated for an Oscar; a clip of her poignant acceptance speech plays nearby. In 1940, the Oscars were held at the Cocoanut Grove, where picketers outside protested the film’s racism. Inside, McDaniel sat at a separate table, segregated from her white co-stars.
McDaniel’s lost Oscar and the empty display case resonate, partly because of her public role as a cultural flash point and because they symbolize the larger, structural absences that have long characterized the American movie industry and that the academy has struggled with, particularly in the last decade. Formed in 1927, partly to buff the image of the industry, the academy has recently expanded and diversified its membership, a venture that has generated a great deal of publicity and rather less substantive, real-world change in the concerns it represents. The hashtag #OscarsSoWhite is unlikely to be retired anytime soon, however hard the academy tries to make it obsolete.
The academy’s push toward greater diversity extends to its museum. One room, “Composer: Hildur Gudnadottir,” part of the sweeping “Stories of Cinema” exhibit, features a work created for it by Hildur Gudnadottir that you can listen to in a dark room. Gudnadottir won an Oscar for her score for “Joker” — perhaps the strongest explanation for why she’s kicking off this exhibition — and belongs to a select cohort. As the museum’s website (if not its wall caption) notes, in 2019, just 6 percent of the top 250 films had scores by women.
There is a lot more to see and ponder, even if the exhibition space, at 50,000 square feet, also feels somewhat modest. (The Museum of Modern Art added close to that much space in its last expansion.) Elsewhere, there is an extensive Hayao Miyazaki retrospective. Housed in the Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg Gallery, it is down the hall from a much smaller room that holds “The Pixar Toy Story 3D Zoetrope,” a whirling, carousel-like amusement that features maquettes of characters from the Disney franchise.
The two-story “Backdrop: An Invisible Art” is a showcase for the huge reproduction of Mount Rushmore used in “North by Northwest.” In other galleries reserved for the museum’s biggest, most provocative exhibit, the multipart “Stories of Cinema,” you can gape at the bedazzled ruby slippers that Judy Garland wore as Dorothy when she clicked her heels in “The Wizard of Oz” and gawk at one of the sleds from “Citizen Kane,” glowing jewel-like in soft light. Elsewhere, a fiberglass model of the shark in “Jaws” floats above escalators.
These relics have charm and an iconic aura, and there’s an undeniable kick in seeing them in person. More than once, I found myself wildly grinning at an object — cool, the typewriter that Joseph Stefano used to write “Psycho”! — even as I tried to decide whether these items were important cinematic artifacts, Instagram-ready tourist bait or, really, both. François Truffaut, for one, found little value in a film museum that spent resources on objects rather than on the preservation of film or on programming (both will be well-represented in the museum by the academy’s own holdings). “Putting a Garbo costume next to the skull from ‘Psycho’ was a gimmick for tourists,” he said.
Truffaut was wrong, I think, and not simply because I’d like a close look at the skull from that Hitchcock shocker. Movies are many things: art, artifacts, representations, statements, manifestations of specific times and spaces, real and imagined. But they’re also filled with and defined by material objects that have their own meaning and magic. Nothing makes that clearer than “The Path to Cinema: Highlights From the Richard Balzer Collection,” a fantastic selection of early optical devices with marvelous names like the praxinoscope that speak to our curious human desire for viewing machines.
“Stories of Cinema” stretches across three floors and has a name that is strongly redolent of Sundance. The first part is on the ground floor in the soaring Sidney Poitier Grand Lobby, a vaulted, not especially inviting industrial-looking space. On large monitors mounted in a dim room, you can sit transfixed watching clips culled from international film history, spanning the commercial mainstream and the avant-garde. There are snippets of work from the first woman filmmaker, Alice Guy Blaché (two clips), as well as from Yasujiro Ozu (six), John Cassavetes (one! come on!) and Steven Spielberg (nine) as well as from too many 2021 Oscar contenders (eight).
The first part of “Stories” is expansive enough not to offend, though it will generate arguments. Because the clips are not identified (the list is online), it also has the quality of a game that allows visitors to guess which “X-Men” zipped by (“Days of Future Past”) and wait to see if Roman Polanski, who was expelled from the academy, made the cut. He did (two clips), though notably Woody Allen, the Oscar fave turned persona non grata, did not. He never joined the academy but his exclusion here is striking. Instead, the museum has set its sights on filmmakers who together tend to represent a parallel, less-known vanguard that has been systematically ignored, forgotten and marginalized.
To that end, the museum has made some other notable choices, including about canon formation. The indie movie “Real Women Have Curves” has been given pride of place next to “Citizen Kane” in the second part of “Stories.” This section also highlights Bruce Lee; the cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki (a collaborator of Alfonso Cuarón); and the editor Thelma Schoonmaker (best known for her work with Martin Scorsese). Also here is the African American pioneer Oscar Micheaux, a radical independent who worked outside of Hollywood. His exhibit and another temporary one organized by Spike Lee include some of the few references to D.W. Griffith, of “The Birth of a Nation” infamy.
Lee has talked in the past about watching “Birth” in a class at New York University, where he was shown the film without consideration to Griffith’s racism. That attitude was long common in film studies. For too long, scholars and critics tended to focus on the aesthetic and narrative aspects of Griffith’s work while ignoring or eliding its racism. Among other things, “Birth” became a recruitment tool for the Ku Klux Klan. Griffith’s placement in the museum is emblematic of the bind it faces: To give him prominence would generate criticism, but sidelining him distorts the true arc of American cinema.
I broached the subject of Griffith and the provocations presented by vexed filmmakers like him with Jacqueline Stewart, the museum’s chief artistic and programming officer. Speaking by phone on Tuesday, Stewart noted with a laugh that the morning had gotten away from her. Just hours earlier, the MacArthur Foundation had announced that she was one of the recipients of its 2021 “genius” grants, recognition for a highly regarded film scholar who’s made an unusual, welcome leap to public prominence, most notably as a host for Turner Classic Movies. Stewart joined the Academy Museum staff only in January, after the exhibitions were designed. She describes her role as “fine-tuning.”
Addressing the challenges that American cinema presents, Stewart said that in both “major and oblique references” to filmmakers, the museum is seeking to encourage people to learn more. The greatest hits are here, but so are movies that are unlikely to be included in more rarefied canons. The museum, Stewart said, wanted to use its space to surprise and inspire. “I think that folks will be surprised that the way that we get at narrative in this opening iteration of our museum is through these two Black filmmakers,” referring to Micheaux and Spike Lee. If, for instance, visitors seek to know more about Griffith through Micheaux, she continued, “I think that’s amazing.”
Whether visitors will seek more than selfies with the “Star Wars” bots remains to be seen. That is, if they stop streaming for a while and get out of the house.
Coming to October TBD: Project Runway (Seasons 6-16) Project Runway: All Stars (Seasons 1-7)
Oct. 1 Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014) From Paris with Love (2010) Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) Metro (1997) Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) The A-Team (2010) A Low Down Dirty Shame (1994) Big Mommas: Like Father Like Son (2011) Bones (2001) Black Knight (2001) Django Unchained (2012) Soul Food (1997) Taxi (2004) A Fish Called Wanda (1988) Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995) Coming to America (1998) Dude Where’s My Car (2000) Our Family Wedding (2010) Pretty Woman (1990) Reno 911 Miami: The Movie (2007) The Rocker (2008) Unfinished Business (2015) Brick (2005) Brokeback Mountain (2005) Closed Circuit (2013) Ghosts of Mississippi (1996) Fight Club (1999) Fury (2014) Half Nelson (2006) Moneyball (2011) The Big Short (2015) The Pianist (2002) Whip It (2009) Cell (2016) Deep Rising (1998) Hell Trip (2018) I’ll Take Your Dead (2018) Kill Theory (2009) Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007) The Reaping (2007) The Hills Have Eyes 2 (2007) Wer (2013) Arthur and the Invisibles (2006) Barnyard (2006) Hoodwinked 2 (2011) La Leyenda de la Llorona (2011) Megamind (2010) The Halloween Tree (1993) Tom & Jerry: The Movie (1992) A History of Violence (2005) Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) Columbus Circle (2012) Curve (2015) Don’t Say A Word (2001) Exposed (Daughter of God) (2016) In Time (2011) Planet of the Apes (2001) Reversion (2015) Stargate (1994) Species (1995) The Counselor (2013) The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations (2009) The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008)
TV Series Firestarter: Rekindled (2001) Ace Ventura: Pet Detective – series (1996)
Oct. 27 The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015) Gotti (2018)
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Oct. 1 21 Jump Street* 30 Days of Night Alien vs. Predator* American Gangster* Apollo 13 Back to the Future* Back to the Future II* Back to the Future III* Bad Moon Beloved The Blob* The Blues Brothers* The Bourne Ultimatum* The Breakfast Club* Bride of Chucky* The Broken* The Burbs* Carlito’s Way Carlito’s Way: Rise to Power Casino* Cast Away Cat People* Child’s Play 2* Child’s Play 3* Coyote Ugly Cult of Chucky* The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Curse of Chucky* Curse of the Fly Day of the Dead Definitely, Maybe* Devil Die Hard Die Hard with a Vengeance Dive Olly Dive and the Octopus Rescue Dive Olly Dive and the Pirate Treasure Dracula Dracula* Fast & Furious* The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift* Fast Five* The Fly Freddy Vs. Jason Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare Friday the 13th* Friday the 13th – Part II* Friday the 13th – Part V: A New Beginning* Friday the 13th – Part VI: Jason Lives* Friday the 13th – Part VII: The New Blood* Friday the 13th – Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan* The Funhouse* Gremlins* Gremlins 2: The New Batch* Half Baked Harlem Nights The Hills Have Eyes 2* Honey* How High* How Stella Got Her Groove Back I Know What You Did Last Summer It Follows* Jason X* Kicks* Knowing* Kung Fu Panda Kung Fu Panda 2 Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events Live Free or Die Hard The Mask* Me You Madness* Mercury Rising Monster High: Boo York, Boo York Monster High: Haunted* Monster High: New Ghoul at School* Monster High: Scaremester Collection #03* My Cousin Vinny Nanny McPhee Returns* National Lampoon’s Animal House The Natural A Nightmare on Elm Street A Nightmare on Elm Street A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child Never Back Down* The Omen The People Under the Stairs* Predator* Predator 2* Predators Prince of Darkness* Problem Child Prometheus* Psycho IV: The Beginning* Reality Bites* Return of the Fly Rings* Runaway Bride9 Saw* Saw 2* Saw 3* Saw 3D* Saw 4* Saw 5* Saw 6* Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark* Seed of Chucky* Separation* Shocker* The Sixth Sense The Skeleton Key* Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice Slap Shot 3: The Junior League Slither* The Spy Who Dumped Me* Taken* Tales from the Hood 3* The Texas Chainsaw Massacre* The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning* The Triumph, U-571 Videodrome* Village of the Damned* The Wedding Singer X-Men Origins: Wolverine Chloe’s Closet, Seasons 1-2 Dive Olly Dive, Season 2 Married… with Children, Seasons 1-11 Pinkfong! Songs and Stories, Season 1 Halloween Horror Nights Channel* Universal Monsters Channel* The Witching Hour Channel*
Oct. 2 Nitro Rallycross Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football v. Cincinnati Bearcats Premier League – Burnley v. Norwich City Premier League – Wolves v. Newcastle Premier League – Brighton v. Arsenal Saturday Night Live, Season 47, Episode 1 (NBC) Tales from the Hood 2
Oct. 3 Nitro Rallycross Sunday Night Football – Tampa Bay Buccaneers v. New England Patriots Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)*
Oct. 6 It’s Showtime at the Apollo, Season 12
Oct. 7 American Ninja Warrior Junior, Season 3, Episode 6 (Peacock Original)* Create the Escape, Season 1 (Peacock Original)* Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, Season 1, Episode 4 (Peacock Original)* Frogger, Season 1, Episode 7 (Peacock Original)* One of Us Is Lying, Season 1, Episodes 1-3 (Peacock Original)* Premier League – Tottenham v. Aston Villa Premier League – West Ham United v. Brentford Top Chef Family Style, Season 1, Episode 6 (Peacock Original)* Sunday Night Football – Tampa Bay Buccaneers v. New England Patriots
Oct. 8 The Amber Ruffin Show, Season 2, New Episode (Peacock Original)*
Oct. 9 Saturday Night Live, Season 47, Episode 2 (NBC)
Oct. 10 Sunday Night Football – Buffalo Bills v. Kansas City Chiefs Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)*
Oct. 13 Dead Silence* In Good Company*
Oct. 14 American Ninja Warrior Junior, Season 3, Episode 7 (Peacock Original)* Archibald’s Next Big Thing Is Here!, Season 4 (Peacock Original)* Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, Season 1, Episode 5 (Peacock Original)* Frogger, Season 1, Episode 8 (Peacock Original)* The Kids Tonight Show, Season 1, Two New Episodes (Peacock Original)* One of Us Is Lying, Season 1, Episodes 4-6 (Peacock Original)* Real Housewives of Orange County, Season 15 Snoop and Martha’s Very Tasty Halloween (Peacock Original)* Top Chef Family Style, Season 1, Episode 7 (Peacock Original)*
Oct. 15 Assault on Precinct 13* Dark Crimes* Good Timing with Jo Firestone (Peacock Original Comedy Special)* Halloween Kills* Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Project Runway, Season 19, Episode 1 (Bravo) The Amber Ruffin Show, Season 2, New Episode (Peacock Original)*
Oct. 16 Home Sweet Home, Season 1, Episode 1 (NBC) Premier League – Manchester City v. Burnley Premier League – Norwich City v. Brighton Premier League – Southampton v. Leeds United Premier League – Brentford v. Chelsea Saturday Night Live, Season 47, Episode 3 (NBC)
Oct. 17 Sunday Night Football – Seattle Seahawks vs Pittsburgh Steelers Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)*
Oct. 18 Premier League – Arsenal v. Crystal Palace
Oct. 21 American Ninja Warrior Junior, Season 3, Episode 8 (Peacock Original)* Curious George, Season 14 (Peacock Original)* Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, Season 1, Episode 6 (Peacock Original)* Frogger, Season 1, Episode 9 (Peacock Original)* The Girl in the Woods, Season 1 (Peacock Original)* The Kids Tonight Show, Season 1, Two New Episodes (Peacock Original)* One of Us Is Lying, Season 1, Episodes 7-8 (Peacock Original)* Top Chef Family Style, Season 1, Episode 8 (Peacock Original)* WWE Pay-Per-View Crown Jewel
Oct. 23 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football v. USC Trojans Premier League – Chelsea v. Norwich City Premier League – Crystal Palace v. Newcastle Premier League – Southampton v. Burnley Premier League – Brighton v. Manchester City Saturday Night Live, Season 47, Episode 4 (NBC)
Oct. 24 Premier League – Brentford v. Leicester City Sunday Night Football – Indianapolis Colts v. San Francisco 49ers Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)*
Oct. 26 Below Deck, Season 9, Episode 1 (Bravo)
Oct. 27 Parientas a la Fuerza, Season 1, Episode 1 (Telemundo)
Oct. 28 All Summers End American Ninja Warrior Junior, Season 3, Episode 9 (Peacock Original)* Band of Robbers Beers of Joy Daphne Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, Season 1, Episode 7 (Peacock Original)* Frogger, Season 1, Episode 10 (Peacock Original)* Hitmen, Season 2 (Peacock Original)* The Kids Tonight Show, Season 1, Two New Episodes (Peacock Original)* Top Chef Family Style, Season 1, Episode 9 (Peacock Original)*
Oct. 29 The Blacklist, Season 9, Episode 1 (NBC) Southern Charm, Season 7 The Amber Ruffin Show, Season 2, New Episode (Peacock Original)*
Oct. 30 Much Ado About Christmas* Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football v. UNC Tarheels Premier League – Burnley v. Brentford Premier League – Liverpool v. Brighton Premier League – Watford v. Southampton Premier League – Tottenham v. Manchester United
Oct. 31 Spirit Untamed Sunday Night Football – Dallas Cowboys v. Minnesota Vikings Peacock Sunday NFL Final (Peacock Original)*
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Oct. 4 Finding your Feet
Oct. 7 Rugrats: Season 1 – New episodes
Oct. 8 Madame X – Paramount+ Original Film premiere
Oct. 10 SEAL Team – Season 5 premiere Evil – Season 2 finale
Oct. 11 G.I. Joe: Retaliation
Oct. 13 AwesomenessTV (Season 1-2) This Is Stand-Up
Oct. 14 Guilty Party – Paramount+ Original Series premiere Star Trek: Lower Decks – Season 2 finale
Oct. 19 Mommie Dearest
Oct. 20 See Dad Run (Season 1-3) Tosh.0 (Season 1-10)
Oct. 25 Come Away The Marksman Rango
Oct. 27 100 Things to Do Before High School (Season 1) America’s Hidden Stories (Season 2) Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team (Season 14) Jagger Eaton’s Mega Life (Season 1) Keep It Spotless (Season 1) The Last Cowboy (Season 1) Teen Mom 2 (Season 9)
Oct. 28 Star Trek: Prodigy – Paramount+ Original Series premiere
Oct. 29 Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin – Paramount film premiere Unknown Dimension: The Story of Paranormal Activity
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The return of Michael Myers is just a few weeks away, and one of the studios behind Halloween Kills would like you to be as hyped as possible for that release—along with all its other horror projects that are currently coming down the pipeline. The fact that it’s officially the spookiest month of the year didn’t hurt I suppose. Blumhouse’s BlumFest 2021 spotlighted not just the latest entry in the slasher franchise, but a bunch of other titles, including some brand-new announcements.
First up, here’s “Return to Haddonfield,” a new featurette for Halloween Kills—featuring star Jamie Lee Curtis and other cast and crew members talking about how the new brings back actors and characters from the 1978 horror classic. In a quick clip from the film, we get to see Charles “Sheriff Brackett” Cyphers repeat his iconic “one good scare” line from the original.
Halloween fans can head to Blumhouse’s YouTube channel or Facebook page later today to see a live-streamed introduction (8 p.m. PT) and post-film Q&A with producer Jason Blum and director David Gordon Green (approximately 10 p.m. PT) in conjunction with the movie’s screening at the genre-focused Beyond Fest in Hollywood, CA.
As for the rest of BlumFest, you can check out the stream below; it features a chat with Renée Zellweger about her upcoming limited TV series, The Thing About Pam, which hits NBC in 2022. It’s more true crime than horror but here’s the synopsis: “NBC’s and Blumhouse Television’s The Thing About Pam is based on the 2011 murder of Betsy Faria that resulted in her husband Russ’s conviction, although he insisted he didn’t kill her. His conviction was later overturned. This brutal crime set off a chain of events that would expose a diabolical scheme deeply involving Pam Hupp.” Here are some other announcements from today’s event:
“The first major collaboration between Tyler Perry Studios and Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Productions,” a thriller called Help that will be written and directed by Alan McElroy (Star Trek: Discovery, Wrong Turn).
The as-yet-untitled feature directorial debut from John Logan (Alien: Covenant, Skyfall, Penny Dreadful), which will stream exclusively on Peacock.
A focus on the “Welcome to the Blumhouse” quartet of thrillers and horror movies, Bingo Hell and Black As Night (premiering today on Amazon Prime) and The Manor and Madres (October 8 on Amazon Prime); read io9’s earlier coverage of the series here, with more to come.
Premiere dates for writer-director Alex McAulay’sA House on the Bayou (November 19) and director Ali LeRoi’s American Refugee (December 10), the first two films in an eight-film series of “elevated, standalone horror/genre-thriller movies” created as a collaboration between Blumhouse Television and Epix. The films will be day-and-date streaming on Epix and available for digital purchase from Paramount Home Entertainment.
A chat with director Rob Savage (Host), whose latest film, Dashcam, is currently making the festival rounds.
And another new movie announcement: “Donald Sutherland and Jaeden Martell have been cast in Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, written and directed by John Lee Hancock, based on the short story by Stephen King. Production begins this month—Blumhouse and Ryan Murphy producing—and will be available on Netflix globally in 2022.”
Also, not part of BlumFest specifically, but still something very cool to check out this month: Revelations, a new doomsday cult-focused podcast from Blumhouse Television and Vespucci and hosted by our former Gizmodo colleague Jennings Brown, who’s currently at the Gateway. As Deadline reports, “the six-part series tells the story of the Fellowship of Friends, which was founded by Robert Earl Burton, an East Bay schoolteacher who began preaching out of a van in Berkeley in the 1960s before founding the fellowship in 1970 and building it up to around 2,500 members. The group ran the successful Renaissance Vineyard and Winery between 1982 and 2015.” It premieres on October 3 on Spotify.
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If you live in an area of the country where fall ushers in cooler, breezier temperatures, it’s time to transition your wardrobe to more autumn-appropriate attire as we head into October. Sweaters, vests, boots, jackets—they’re all fall essentials and, even better, they’re all available at Amazon.
To help you narrow down the thousands of options available in its style section, Amazon just released its most-loved fall fashion list of 2021. Below are 15 of the top picks that are actually worth buying. From a fluffy teddy coat to a cozy sweater dress, all of these finds have more than 10,000 rave reviews from Amazon shoppers.
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1. This sweater dress
A properly fitting sweater dress can be hard to find. But Amazon shoppers swear by this one, which has a forgiving fit and a waist-cinching tie belt in the front. Available in 31 colors, it comes in women’s sizes S to XXL.
The dress has a 4.3-star rating from more than 11,000 reviewers. “I adore this!” one person writes. “I usually wait to write reviews, but couldn’t for this one. It’s loose without being bulky, and the tie waist can emphasize your shape as much or as little as you like. The material is also better quality than I’m used to getting on Amazon: medium weight, textured and not too shiny or artificial-looking. I would definitely buy it in every color.”
You don’t have to spend hundreds to snag a luxe tote. This one from Amazon is just over $20 and is made of a surprisingly high-quality faux leather. Big enough to hold a 12-inch laptop, it has a magnetic closure to keep everything secure and a decorative tassel for a little more flair. It’s available in more than 30 colors and styles.
The bag has a 4.2-star rating from nearly 40,000 reviewers. “It is so much nicer than I anticipated and I love it,” one person writes. “Seems very durable and well-made and I love that it has a pocket on the inside, where I ended up storing my cell phone and small odds and ends. Not only is it beautiful and fashionable, but it’s also lightweight and easy to carry.”
Teddy coats are one of this season’s biggest style trends. You can snag this one for under $20 on Amazon. Made of faux shearling, it has a comfy relaxed fit and a zipper closure to keep you warm no matter the temperature. Available in 34 colors, it comes in women’s sizes XS to 3X.
The coat has a 4.3-star rating from nearly 20,000 reviewers. “Awesome jacket,” one person writes. “It’s so soft and moves around freely. This jacket feels like what I imagine cuddling unicorns is like. Heaven. It hits mid butt, and the sleeves reach my wrist no problem. Best 20 bucks I’ve spent in awhile.”
Some of the best fashion finds on Amazon are from the retailer’s own in-house brands. Like these Amazon Essentials flats, which are as timeless as they are versatile. Available in 32 colors, it comes in women’s whole and half sizes 5 to 15 in regular and wide widths.
The shoes have a 4.4-star rating from more than 31,000 reviewers. “These are seriously the best flats I’ve ever owned (and believe me, I’ve tried a lot of them),” one person writes. “They were super comfortable the first day I wore them, and no blisters. Great shoes for work or casual attire. I will be purchasing these in every color!”
There’s a lot to love about this pullover: the trendy turtleneck, the asymmetrical hem that dips low in the back and the batwing sleeves for starters. Add to that the warm, ribbed fabric and you have a wardrobe winner. Available in 29 colors, it comes in women’s sizes XS to XL.
The sweater has a 4.3-star rating from more than 17,4000 reviewers. “I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of this wonderfully oversized sweater,” one person writes. “The finely ribbed knit is smooth and silky, the hue of the teal color is rich-looking, the drape is as depicted and the slightly cowled neck is easy to pull over one’s head comfortably.”
Colorfulkoala leggings are arguably the most popular Lululemon Align dupes out there. Just ask Reviewed’s experts, who dubbed them the best workout leggings of 2021. They’re soft, supportive and squat-proof—what more could you want? Available in 31 colors and prints, they come in women’s sizes XS to XL.
The leggings have a 4.7-star rating from nearly 30,000 reviewers. “I own five pairs of Colorfulkoala Leggings now and I think these are my favorite,” one person writes. “They’re super stretchy with a good but not too tight amount of compression and very high-waisted which I love. They contour my body perfectly and I love the way they look. Worked out hard in them the other day and they were comfy and supportive and overall just perfect.”
Toss this long-sleeve dress on over a pair of leggings for an easy yet casual-cute fall outfit. It’s made of breathable and stretchy rayon and spandex and has a flirty deep V-neck and asymmetrical hem. Available in 44 colors and prints, it comes in women’s sizes XS to XXL.
The dress has a 4.2-star rating from nearly 35,000 reviewers. “I love this dress!” one person writes. “The fit is very flattering and the material is the softest thing I’ve ever had on my body. Planning on ordering this in a couple more colors now.”
Big enough to hold your essentials but small enough that you’ll barely notice you’re carrying it, this crossbody bag is made of faux leather and features a large zippered compartment along with two smaller zippered pockets. It’s available in 27 colors, including lavender, baby blue and neon pink.
The bag has a 4.7-star rating from nearly 11,000 reviewers. “When it arrived, I was absolutely delighted!” one person writes. “It was exactly what I was looking for. Not only was it the perfect size but it even has two zippered pouches on either side of the outside. It’s good quality and made of soft faux leather. It has plenty of room for everything I need to carry but is small enough that it’s not a hindrance to take anywhere.”
If you’re someone who’s always cold, you understand—and appreciate—the value of a good cardigan. This one is made of a cozy nylon, polyester and viscose blend and has two deep pockets to keep your hands warm (and your phone close by). Available in 25 colors and prints, it comes in women’s sizes S to XL.
The sweater has a 4.5-star from more than 12,000 reviewers. “This is actually a really comfortable sweater,” one person writes. “The material is a nice thickness to provide warmth, and is not scratchy at all. Fits as expected. Has pockets! Love the pattern, too. Definitely surprised by the quality of this.”
Puffer vests are great for layering over a tee or under a coat when the weather is unpredictable. This quilted one has two spacious side pockets, a high collar and a band along the back so it’s more fitted than your average vest. Available in nine colors, it comes in women’s sizes XS to XL.
The vest has a 4.5-star rating from more than 12,600 reviewers. “This vest is really great quality,” one person writes. “It’s not thick by any means, but I like that because it looks great layered and you don’t get too hot. Love the zipper pockets as well.”
Jeans are great, but sometimes you need something a little more elevated. Enter paper bag-waist pants like these. They have a chic tapered leg that hits just at the ankle—great for pairing with booties—and a high waist with an adjustable tie belt. Available in 25 colors, they come in women’s sizes XS to 3X.
The pants have a 4.2-star rating from more than 13,800 reviewers. “These pants are gorgeous!” one person writes. “Great quality and the material is light but not see-through. They don’t restrict your movement at all. Very stretchy elastic waistband so it adjusts to your own body shape perfectly.”
Rain boots that actually look good? Yes, they exist and yes, you can find them on Amazon. These Chelsea boots have elastic sides that make them easy to pull on and are lightweight yet protective. Available in 11 colors, they come in women’s whole sizes 4 to 12.
The boots have a 4.6-star rating from more than 15,100 reviewers. “I’ve been wanting some Chelsea rain boots for a long time now, and these are perfect for the price,” one person writes. “The rubber on these is super pliable and comfortable for day-long wear.”
This top is one that you can wear for almost any occasion, whether you’re heading to a casual lunch with friends or running a big meeting at the office. It features ruffled bell sleeves and a button closure on the back for a subtle accent. Available in 31 colors and prints, it comes in women’s sizes S to XXL.
The top has a 4.2-star rating from nearly 15,000 reviewers. “Love this top,” one person writes. “It’s loose fitting and the bell arms give it a nice feminine touch. Can wear casual with jeans or dress it up with a skirt or slacks.”
In case you missed it, straight-leg jeans are having a moment. This pair from Levi’s has a relaxed fit that’s comfortable but still looks structured. They’re made with cotton, polyester and elastane so they’re super stretchy. Available in six washes, they come in women’s regular and plus sizes 2 to 28 in short, regular and tall lengths.
The jeans have a 4.4-star rating from nearly 16,000 reviewers. “Amazing pair of jeans,” one person writes. “Super soft. Super comfortable. Really stretchy so it hugs you in all the right places! These are probably the best-fitting jeans I’ve purchased. Love the waist. No muffin top, no rolling, no pinching—I love these!”
There are few sneakers as recognizable as the Adidas Grand Courts. With the brand’s iconic three-stripe logo and a thick platform, they’re a trendy footwear option whether you’re running errands or heading to the gym. Available in more than 30 color combinations, they come in women’s whole and half sizes 4.5 to 11.
The shoes have a 4.7-star rating from more than 25,000 reviewers. “I am in love with these shoes,” one person writes. “Not only are they extremely cool, but they are extremely comfortable!” Note: Many reviewers advise to go a half-size down for the best fit.
James Bond 007 Is Back!! Here’s a guide to everything you need to know about the No Time to Die streaming release and where to watch the James Bond 2021 full movie online for free right now at home. Is watching No Time to Die online free on Disney Plus, HBO Max, Netflix, Hulu, Prime? No, But we have an authentic streaming option/service. Details on how you can watch movies for free throughout the year are described below.
Fall blockbuster season is here, and one of the year’s most anticipated titles is about to arrive in theaters: No Time To Die, aka Daniel Craig‘s final outing as iconic MI6 agent James Bond.
When the film picks up, Bond has walked away from his life as 007 and is committed to living peacefully in retirement. However, his plans are upended when he’s recruited to rescue a scientist Valdo Obruchev (David Dencik) who’s been kidnapped by Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek), a mysterious villain armed with a dangerous new technology. No Time to Die also stars Léa Seydoux, Ana de Armas, Lashana Lynch, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, and Ben Whishaw.
When does No Time to Die come out (RELEASE DATE)?
No Time to Die had its world premiere at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sept. 28, and will open in the UK on Sept. 30.
Americans will have to wait a little longer. No Time to Die opens in the US on October 8, 2021.
It comes to Australia on Nov. 11. So what do the reviews say? See below.
No. No Time to Die is a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Eon Productions movie, not a Warner Bros. movie, and therefore will not be streaming on HBO Max when it opens in theaters. While HBO Max—which is owned by Warner Media—has been the streaming home for Warner Bros. movies like The Suicide Squad, it will not be the streaming home for MGM movies like No Time to Die.
Is No Time to Die on Netflix?
No. No Time to Die is not on Netflix. While Netflix has signed some deals to stream some Sony films, it’s unclear if No Time to Die will be included in that. Therefore, it’s unlikely that Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be streaming on Netflix any time soon.
Is No Time to Die on Disney+?
No, sorry. Disney recently made a deal with Sony to bring Spider-Man and other Marvel properties to Disney+ after the movies are initially released on Netflix, but that deal begins with Sony’s 2022 releases. It’s currently unclear whether Venom and other older Sony films featuring Marvel characters will head to the House of Mouse’s streamer eventually.
Is No Time to Die on Amazon Prime?
‘No Time to Die’ is not streaming on Amazon Prime Videos as of now but is likely to become available on-demand in the near future. You can buy or rent the first film here. Prime members searching for similar films can alternatively watch ‘Time,’ which is another Documentary film.
Is No Time to Die on Hulu?
‘No Time to Die’ is currently not available for streaming on Hulu. However, audiences looking for similar creature features can try watching ‘Crawl,’ ‘Dustwalker,’ and ‘Sea Fever‘ instead. All of them feature varied kinds of deadly monsters that will thrill/scare you for sure.
When will No Time to Die be streaming for free?
Unfortunately, we don’t know when No Time to Die will be available on your favorite streaming service. For now, the only way to watch the movie is to check it out when it hits theaters.
How to watch No Time to Die?
No Time to Die will play exclusively in theaters when it is released in Oct. 8. While there were rumors throughout the pandemic about the likes of Netflix or Apple TV Plus bidding big for the rights to stream the film, no deal was struck. Even after Amazon acquired MGM’s library, which holds many James Bond films, the producers were adamant that No Time to Die would have its debut on the big screen, as would future films in the series.
There’s been a lot of rumors, speculation, and reporting recently on whether No Time to Die would follow a number of top tier movies over the past year and skip the cinemas and come to Netflix. Right now, nothing is certain and 007’s next outing is still lined up for theatrical release but that could change. Here’s what we know.
Will No Time to Die Release in theaters?
No Time to Die will only be available in theaters. Sure, it’ll come to streaming at some point, but when and when is unclear. So, if you don’t want to go to the movies at this stage in the coronavirus epidemic, you’ll have to wait for a while. Check out our suggestions for which older Bond films to watch and in what order to view them.
Who is in the cast of No Time To Die?
Of course, 53-year-old Daniel Craig will play the role of the British spy, though it has been confirmed this will be his fifth – and final – portrayal of 007 as he looks to move onto other projects.
Daniel Craig as James Bond
Rami Malek as Lyutsifer Safin | No Time to Die’s villain, a terrorist leader on a revenge mission.
Léa Seydoux as Dr. Madeleine Swann | A psychiatrist and Bond’s love interest who was introduced in Spectre.
Lashana Lynch as Nomi |A new “00” agent who entered active service after Bond’s retirement
Ben Whishaw as Q | MI6’s Quartermaster
Naomie Harris as Eve Moneypenny | M’s secretary, Bond’s friend and ally.
Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter | Bond’s friend and a CIA operative. Last seen in Quantum of Solace.
Christoph Waltz as Ernst Stavro Blofeld | Introduced in Spectre and leader of the titular organisation. Bond’s foster brother and arch-enemy.
Ralph Fiennes as M | The head of MI6.
Ana de Armas as Paloma | A CIA agent.
Rory Kinnear as Bill Tanner | M’s chief of staff.
Dali Benssalah as Primo | A mercenary.
David Dencik as Valdo Obruchev | The scientist who Bond is tasked with finding.
Billy Magnussen as Logan Ash | A CIA agent.
Who’s performing the No Time to Die theme song?
Almost as big as the actual movie itself are the theme songs that play over the opening credits of each Bond film. Some of the best that the franchise has had include Adele’s Oscar-winning “Skyfall,” Shirley Bassey’s “Goldfinger,” Sam Smith’s “Writing’s on the Wall,” Paul McCartney’s “Live and Let Die” and others from the likes of Madonna, Duran Duran, Tina Turner and Gladys Knight.
So who’s joining that impressive roster of musicians to lend their voices to the James Bond franchise? None other than Billie Eilish.
Eilish’s theme song, “No Time to Die,” was actually released in February of 2020, ahead of the film’s original release. You can give it a listen below.
Where to Watch No Time to Die
Unfortunately, we don’t know when No Time to Die will be available on your favorite streaming service. For now, the only way to watch the movie is to check it out when it hits theaters. after that it will be Online through Prime Video, iTunes Movies, Netflix DVD/Streaming or Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack! Click below for more details.
Peacock TV is a streaming service from NBCUniversal. It allows you to watch content that’s owned by the NBCUniversal conglomerate, as well as series and movies from other partner networks. This includes classics like “The Office,” “Saturday Night Live,” and “30 Rock.” Peacock also offers original programming, such as “A.P. Bio” and the latest iteration of “Saved By the Bell.”
If you sign up for a paid Peacock subscription, you’ll get access to even more content. But the free tier still allows you to watch a wealth of NBC shows, movies, and original programming, albeit with frequent ads. This includes the first two seasons of “The Office.”
Will No Time to Die be on a streaming service?
Sorry, No Time to Die will not be on a streaming service at the same time that the film is playing in theaters.
After the film’s theatrical run has ended, you’ll be able to rent or buy it on digital platforms like Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube,Google Play, iTunes, HBO Max, Peacock, and 50+ streaming services.
No Time To Die: Available Streaming Options In US
When does No Time to Die come out? No Time to Die will have its world premiere at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sept. 28, and will open in the UK on Sept. 30. Americans will have to wait a little longer. No Time to Die opens in the US on Oct. 8. It comes to Australia on Nov. 11. Here’s How to see No Time to Die.
How to watch James Bond 2021 No Time To Die Streaming in New Zealand?
The new No Time To Die movie will be released in October and will be available for free streaming for a limited time. The best place to watch the film is on Amazon Prime Video, which you can try out for free for 30 days by clicking the link below. By clicking this link, you are also helping to support our website! If you’re from New Zealand and want to watch the movie, click here for more information on how to get Prime Video in your country. Subscribers can log into any device and begin streaming right away after creating an account with Prime Media. All you need is a screen and a wifi or data connection. If you have any questions about how Prime Media works, please contact us.
How to Watch James Bond 007 No Time To Die Online in Australia?
“No Time To Die” is a movie that has been released in theaters and will be available on Netflix, Hulu, and HBOMAX. But what if you want to watch it online? This blog post can help you find out how to stream “No Time To Die” from Australia.
The new No Time To Die movie is coming out in October and you can watch it for free with Amazon Prime Video. If you don’t have an Amazon account yet, click the link below to sign up for a 30-day trial of Amazon Prime (it’s free) and get access to all their movies which includes Venom 2! For Australians who want to see this movie but can’t find how on our site, we recommend clicking here for more information about accessing the service from your country.
Can I watch the other James Bond movies on streaming?
Craig has played 007 in four other films: 2006’s Casino Royale, 2008’s Quantum of Solace, 2012’s Skyfall, and 2015’s Spectre.
Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, and Spectre are available to rent starting at $3.99 or purchase starting at $9.99 on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu, or YouTube.
Skyfall is currently available to stream on Hulu and Paramount+.
Without Reddit NFL Streams watching football can be a hassle. Now that it’s been banned, what’s the best way to catch every NFL game? Watch NFL streams online on any device. You can watch the latest Crackstreams, Buffstreams,NflBite, NFL-Network and NFL-Redzone ? of every game, every week, as well as highlights and more.
The NFL streams biggest ever season has not disappointed thus far. With fans back in the stadiums to witness some incredible games over the last 3 weeks, everything seems right in the football world.
Where To Watch NFL 2021 Game Live Stream for Free the NFL streams subreddit community. Reddit NFL Streams was previously a great place to find streams. Now that it’s banned, what are the best free alternatives?
Week 4 of NFL live stream action kicks off with the Jaguars at the Bengals, but all eyes are looking to Sunday night. The biggest match of the week is a clash of the Patriots of today and those of old, when Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski go up against their old boss, the pigskin sith-lord himself, Bill Belichick.
Thanks to multiple streaming options, you have a wide array of ways to watch these NFL games. We’ve got everything you need to stream this NFL season from a phone, laptop, set-top box or anything in-between.
The methods for watching NFL games change often as the league signs new contracts and streaming services change their policies, so we’re always updating this guide with the latest broadcast info, as well as the current week’s schedule.
With so many good games, you’re probably looking for a way to catch the action online. Here are the best ways to live stream NFL games.
How to Watch NFL Week 4 Games Live Streaming Free
Sunday has plenty of action, but week four is all building up to Monday night, when the Arizona Cardinals face the Los Angeles Rams, one of the NFL’s biggest rivalries. Here’s a look at everyone who’s playing this week. (The home team is listed second.)
Thursday, September 30
Jaguars (0-3) vs Bengals (2-1) @ 8:20 p.m. on NFL Network
Sunday, October 3
Titans (2-1) vs Jets (0-3) @ 1 p.m. on CBS
Chiefs (1-2) vs Eagles (1-2) @ 1 p.m. on CBS
Panthers (3-0) vs Cowboys (2-1) @ 1 p.m. on FOX
Giants (0-3) vs Saints (2-1) @ 1 p.m. on FOX
Browns (2-1) vs Vikings (1-2) @ 1 p.m. on CBS
Lions (0-3) vs Bears (1-2) @ 1 p.m. on FOX
Texans (1-2) vs Bills (2-1) @ 1 p.m. on CBS
Colts (0-3) Dolphins (1-2) @ 1 p.m. on CBS
Washington (1-2) vs Falcons (1-2) @ 1 p.m. on FOX
Seahawks (1-2) vs 49ers (2-1) @ 4:05 p.m. on FOX
Cardinals (3-0) vs Rams (3-0) @ 4:05 p.m. on FOX
Steelers (1-2) vs Packers (2-1) @ 4:25 p.m. on CBS
Ravens (2-1) vs Broncos (3-0) @ 4:25 p.m. on CBS
Buccaneers (2-1) vs Patriots (1-2) on NBC
Monday, October 4
Raiders (3-0) vs Chargers (2-1) @ 8:15 p.m. on ESPN
NFL live streams for free
If you just want to watch on your phone, the Yahoo Sports app for iOS and Android gives away every NFL game that’s broadcast in your local TV market to your smartphone or tablet for free. Yes, that includes Monday Night Football and Thursday Night Football. You can also sign into your NFL Game Pass subscription and stream it from the Yahoo app.
With one of our best TV antenna picks you can watch live. Or, you could make your own stream, with a service such as Channel Master or Tablo, connected to your antenna and a DVR box. This allows you to broadcast the stream — either live or recorded — to a set-top box, mobile device or computer just about anywhere in the world.
The cost varies depending on the HD antenna you get and the service you use, but the local channels themselves are free, and you wonꞌt have to jump through any NFL-sponsored hoops.
Why Was Reddit NFL Streams Banned?
The r/nflstreams subreddit was one of the most valuable resources for NFL fans around the world. Links, which were reliable for the most part, were posted for every single NFL game.
Fans were also spoiled for choice, considering they could watch NFL Redzone and NFL Network. And the best part about all of this was that the streams were completely free. No payment, no account, just a link with a couple of pop-ups here and there.
However, the free ride came to an end when Reddit banned the page. So, why did Reddit ban one of their most popular pages?
The short answer to this question is that the subreddit was technically illegal. If you watch other sports, you probably weren’t too surprised to see Reddit make this decision. Before the ban, the page for NBA and Soccer streams were also taken down.
The basic problem is that posting free links is a clear case of copyright infringement and leagues were starting to take notice. Interestingly though, Reddit was never forced to ban the subreddit, but rather chose to do so according to their own repeat infringement policy.
The policy reads:
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Where to Stream the 2021 NFL Week 4 Games For Free?
Luckily, with the growing trend towards “cord-cutting”, or the movement of television viewers to online platforms, there are various ways to stream football games.
If you already have a cable subscription but prefer to watch the game on another device, you can watch the games on the channel’s respective website or mobile app. For instance, you can catch the SNF game on the NBC Sports app or website (this works similarly for FOX, CBS, and ESPN).
However if you aren’t a cable subscriber, you need to check which channel your team’s game is on, and then find a streaming platform that carries that channel. These are some of the best options:
Of course, not every streaming service will carry every channel, but most of them carry FOX and CBS which is where the majority of NFL games are shown.
If you aren’t already subscribed to any of these platforms, now might be a good time to take advantage of a free trial on one of them as the season heats up, seeing that all of them except the NFL app offer this feature.
How can I watch my local NFL team for free—even if I am out of market?
The best way to watch any sort of network programming for free on a big screen is with a good HD antenna. And NFL games are one of the easiest to view, since they air on broadcast networks, meaning you’ll be able to watch even if you don’t have a cable subscription. To ensure you’re getting the most reliable signal, be sure to test the antenna in multiple locations in your home.
How can I stream NFL games live online if I don’t have a cable subscription?
There is a wide variety of options for people who would prefer to watch on their phone, tablet, or some other online-device:
NBC’s streaming service will give you access to Sunday night games and others aired on that network. You can get a seven-day free trial, followed by a $5 or $10 monthly charge. (The free version of Peacock does not include live sports.)
CBS’s streaming service will give you access to games aired on that network. You can get a one-month free trial, followed by a $6 monthly charge.
Hulu with Live TV
You can try the service free for a week. Once that’s up, you’ll pay $65 per month.
After a two-week trial, you can expect monthly charges of $65.
Dish Network’s Sling lower tiered “Orange” plan will run you $35 per month. Adding the more comprehensive “Blue” plan bumps the cost to $50-per-month. You’ll have a 7-day free trial first—and right now, the cord cutting service is dropping the first month’s bill to $10.
Formerly known as DirecTV Now and AT&T TVNow, AT&T’s streaming service will run you $70 per month and up. There is no longer a free trial option.
Disney’s bundle of Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ can be enjoyed for free for seven days, after which you’ll pay $13.99 per month for all three combined
This sports-focused cord cutting service carries broadcast networks in most markets. There’s a seven-day free trial, followed by monthly charges of $65-$80, depending on the channels you choose.
Can I watch NFL games on Amazon?
You’re getting closer to being able to do so, but not this week. Amazon Prime subscribers will be able to watch 11 games this year (including the Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints on Christmas Day). The online retailer has struck a deal with Fox to air select Thursday night games. The first co-aired game occurs Oct. 8, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers facing the Chicago Bears. They’ll be featured in the Prime Video section and Amazon will also offer the NFL Network pregame show before each game at 7:30 p.m. ET.
If you don’t have Prime, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial.
Does the NFL offer any viewing packages to watch the games I want?
Three, in fact:
The NFL App will let you stream games that are being broadcast locally in your market on Sundays. If you want to watch an ‘out of market’ game, you’ve got two choices.
NFL Game Pass
There are couple hitches with this service. You can’t use it to watch live games, but you can watch anything once its main broadcast ends. There’s a seven-day free trial, after which you’re looking at a $100 charge per season.
NFL Sunday Ticket
DirecTV customers have access to it, but if you’re not a subscriber and live in an area where it’s not available, you can watch any NFL game live, online or on TV for $73.49 per month or $293.36 for the entire season.
NFL live streams in the US
Looking at the NFL 2021-22 schedule, you can see that games will air on a wide range of services and channels, including old standbys like ESPN, NFL Network and your local FOX, NBC and CBS affiliates.
Just like last season, ESPN has Monday Night Football and NBC will have Sunday Night Football. CBS gets AFC games on Sunday afternoons, and FOX will have the NFC games. Amazon Prime Video has some Thursday Night Football games, while the NFL Network will continue to offer a bunch of games throughout the year.
So, that makes it really easy to recommend where cord-cutters should turn to watch the NFL season: Fubo TV. Built for all things sports, Fubo has all three of those local broadcasters, plus ESPN and NFL Network. That’s why it’s one of the best streaming services.
NFL live streams in the UK
You’re going to want Sky Sports for watching NFL games in the U.K. The Sky Sports NFL channel (which will feature more than 100 live games this season) and Sky Sports Main Event are the primary destinations for your viewing pleasure.
Sky Sports NFL will pack a lot of content. Specifically, expect at least 5 live games per week, with “first-pick exclusive games … in the 6pm and 9pm slot every Sunday” (according to Sky) and every Thursday, Sunday and Monday Night Football game. It’s also getting NFL RedZone, and NFL Network programming, including Good Morning Football and Total Access.
Also expect documentaries “and other content” via NFL Films and NBC Sports, and original Sky Sports programming about the NFL.
If you’re an existing Sky customer, you can get all of that with the Sky Sports Complete Pack, for £39 per month.
If you’re not looking to spend that much, you can get a less comprehensive Sky Sports pass from Now TV. Daily, weekly and monthly passes range from £9.99 to £33.99.
NFL live streams in Canada
Get in, folks, we’re going to Da Zone. Or to be more specific, Canadian football fans will need DAZN to watch the NFL 2021-22 season. DAZN is trying to get GamePass rights, but that has not been announced yet.
DAZN is also the home of live Champions League soccer games. Plus, Canadians get a 30-day free trial of DAZN here.
Earlier this month, Apple unveiled the iPhone 13, Apple Watch 7, iPad Mini 6 and a new entry-level iPad but nary a new MacBook. But new models might be here soon.
Apple introduced the first MacBooks with its own Apple silicon M1 chip last fall, and new models could be announced as early as mid-October. New 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros are expected, along with a revamped MacBook Air. The new machines could introduce an M2 (M1X?) processor, and the next MacBook Pro models are rumored to announce the return of the MagSafe charger, the HDMI port and the SD card slot — while jettisoning the Touch Bar in favor of physical keys.
It’s probably best to wait to see if an October Apple event materializes before plunking down for a new MacBook, but if you’re ready to buy a first-gen M1 MacBook, you’ll find some discounts at Amazon. You can save up to $109 on a M1 MacBook Air and $100 on a M1 MacBook Pro.
The MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro lines received the M1 update, but the big 16-inch MacBook Pro still uses an Intel Core i7 or i9 chip. And Apple still sells two higher-end configurations of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Intel parts; the company has stated that it will support all the Intel-powered Macs for years to come. While you might be tempted by a discount on an Intel-based MacBook, it had better be significant to convince you to get that instead of a new M1 MacBook. Our tests of the M1 machines show a significant performance increase over their predecessors. Plus, the M1 MacBook Air boasts a fanless design for silent operation.
Read more: A pro photographer tests Apple’s M1 MacBook
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Pricing for new M1 MacBooks
The new MacBooks maintain the pricing of the models they replaced: The new MacBook Air starts at $999; the new MacBook Pro starts at $1,299. There are a couple of ways to grab either at a discount.
Want to buy new? The new M1 MacBook Air models are discounted by $49 and $109 right now on Amazon, while the MacBook Pro models are $100 off. While Amazon still has the best prices for these machines, the current discounts are down from the $150 price breaks we saw earlier this month. One benefit of paying full price and buying from Apple, however, is you can customize the machine and add more RAM or a higher-capacity solid-state drive, whereas the models sold on Amazon and other retailers are fixed configurations.
Want to go the refurb route? You can now find refurbished M1 MacBooks on Apple’s Certified Refurbished Mac page. Refurb inventory changes rapidly so you may not always see an M1 MacBook Air or Pro listed. It’s worth keeping an eye out, however, because you can lock in substantial savings, up to $200. Rick Broida, CNET’s Cheapskate emeritus, is a big fan of refurbs, particularly Apple’s — which are often as good as new.
Keep reading to see the best MacBook laptop deals currently available for Apple’s current and previous-generation MacBooks. We update this list periodically.
Read more: Testing out the new Apple Mac M1 lineup
MacBook discounts, compared
Model w/ CPU (and storage capacity)
Best price (current)
Best price (all-time)
New MacBook Air w/ M1 chip (256GB)
New MacBook Air w/ M1 chip (512GB)
New MacBook Pro w/ M1 chip (256GB)
New MacBook Pro w/ M1 chip (512GB)
16-inch MacBook Pro w/ 9th-gen Core i7 (512GB)
*Note that “all-time” means the best price that we’ve seen at an Apple-authorized retailer in the product’s lifetime.
The new, fanless MacBook Air starts at $999 and features Apple’s M1 processor, which has an eight‑core CPU, a seven‑core GPU and a 16‑core Neural Engine. The system also supplies 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. It lacks the Touch Bar (which could be viewed as a net positive) but features a 13.3-inch Retina display, Touch ID and the Magic keyboard. The $150 discount we saw earlier this month at Amazon is gone, but Amazon’s current $49 price break is still the best deal we are seeing right now.
Read our MacBook Air (M1) review.
The step-up MacBook Air model has a list price of $1,249 and delivers the M1 processor with a slight difference from the baseline model — it has an eight-core GPU versus the seven cores you get in the model above. More significantly, it doubles the storage capacity with a 512GB SSD. You can save $109 on this model in gold at Amazon. Most people will benefit from the added storage space; a 256GB drive fills up fast.
Read our MacBook Air (M1) review.
The new 13-inch MacBook Pro uses Apple’s new M1 processor, which is an eight-core CPU with four performance cores and four efficiency cores, an eight-core GPU and a 16-core Neural Engine. The baseline model also features 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, a Retina display, the Magic Keyboard and the Touch Bar with Touch ID. The baseline config in space gray is currently $100 off at Amazon — down from the $149 discount we saw earlier this month.
The step-up MacBook Pro model doubles the storage capacity with a 512GB SSD and costs $1,499 from Apple, but you get it for $100 less at Amazon. As with the baseline model, this discount is smaller than the price break of $149 that was on offer earlier this month. Nearly every MacBook Pro user will appreciate the larger SSD. 256GB of storage is criminally small on a Pro-level laptop designed for creative work.
The current 16-inch MacBook Pro was the lone MacBook line not to receive an M1 upgrade. It features a ninth-gen Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM, AMD Radeon Pro 5300M graphics and a 512GB SSD. It boasts a bigger screen with a higher resolution than its smaller, 13-inch sibling and is currently $114 off at Amazon. Unless you have an urgent need for a giant MacBook Pro, it would be prudent to wait until Apple delivers an M1 update to this line.