I've noticed that myself. Seems channels are popping up as their own streaming service. For example, 'Love Boat' was on CBS (YouTube TV). My wife and I got into it to watch two couples in particular. Then after 3 or 4 episodes (to hook the viewer), CBS announced that future episodes effective the very next week would only be available on their Paramount + premium streaming service. Really? Nope, we're not going to bite and pay extra money for a new streaming channel. We'll just be content to stick with YouTube TV, Prime and Fox Nation........
I'm interested in the Stallone vehicle but is that another subscription one has to get? Honest to Christ it seems everything these days on the tube is a la carte.
I'm not sure if the series will attract many women. It's old school and isn't catering to typical women's issues.We watched Tulsa King last night. Worth the watch forsure, my wife was on the fence but liked it enough to agree to keep watching
I'm not sure if the series will attract many women. It's old school and isn't catering to typical women's issues.
For me, I found I could relate to a lot of what I saw. There's a scene early on where Stallone enters a room in the mansion of his former "associates" and he immediately has a problem with two henchmen standing behind him. I felt exactly the same way as it was unraveling.
So far it is straight to the point and not filtered to match what the left coast pushes whenever they can. I really dig that.