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With Facebook’s might, and the fact that they're dropping

With Facebook’s might, and the fact that they're dropping $1 billion on original content this year, it’s certainly possible to imagine they’ll be able to capture a sizable slice of the streaming pie sometime down the road.If the current landscape of Facebook Watch is any indication, their original content will skew more niche, ala Amazon, while they continue to leverage original content on the platform produced by their partners.Right now, however, it can feel a bit like the Wild West of streaming—a more curated You Tube that nonetheless still tends to favor animals doing funny things.There is also some truly random shit on there—like a travel show about packing (like, literally, just packing), or a dating show where one lucky bachelorette chooses from three suitors, based entirely on their gaming profiles and skills in various video games.

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With Facebook’s might, and the fact that they're dropping $1 billion on original content this year, it’s certainly possible to imagine they’ll be able to capture a sizable slice of the streaming pie sometime down the road.

If the current landscape of Facebook Watch is any indication, their original content will skew more niche, ala Amazon, while they continue to leverage original content on the platform produced by their partners.

Right now, however, it can feel a bit like the Wild West of streaming—a more curated You Tube that nonetheless still tends to favor animals doing funny things.

There is also some truly random shit on there—like a travel show about packing (like, literally, just packing), or a dating show where one lucky bachelorette chooses from three suitors, based entirely on their gaming profiles and skills in various video games.

Earlier this week, in the name of service journalism, I clicked on the little “Watch” tab on the side of my Facebook page. And in October, it was reported that Facebook had picked up a scripted series called star, Kerry Washington.

Time—a docu-series about the personal life of the GOAT/real-life Captain America, Tom Brady.

Loosely Exactly Nicole The second season of this scripted MTV series from the very talented Nicole Byer was picked up by Facebook Watch, and for good reason.

billion on original content this year, it’s certainly possible to imagine they’ll be able to capture a sizable slice of the streaming pie sometime down the road.If the current landscape of Facebook Watch is any indication, their original content will skew more niche, ala Amazon, while they continue to leverage original content on the platform produced by their partners.Right now, however, it can feel a bit like the Wild West of streaming—a more curated You Tube that nonetheless still tends to favor animals doing funny things.There is also some truly random shit on there—like a travel show about packing (like, literally, just packing), or a dating show where one lucky bachelorette chooses from three suitors, based entirely on their gaming profiles and skills in various video games.

Fair warning: given Facebook’s new plans to prioritize your friends and family’s posts over news, sharing one of these might make you deeply influential."I feel like I've lived that life, and I can live that life at any moment," he shared, before playfully hitting on a cameraman in the audience.Murray has had an awfully busy year, filming and promoting the Zooey Deschanel co-starring film, as well as creating his new Netflix special, , which was written by Sofia Coppola, Murray and Mitch Glazer.Co-hosted by his older brother, the series has a PBS-like verve—when the Murrays visit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum or an MLB urban youth academy, the show can feel like something you’d watch in school. , lets millennials win increasing amounts of money for letting the host do embarrassing things on their phones, like texting an uncle for sex advice or posting potentially career-ruining statuses on Facebook. But oddly Ball in the Family The reality show, with the made-for-TV patriarch La Var Ball, keeps up with his three basketball-playing sons, Lonzo, Li Angelo and La Melo.But rest assured—there’s plenty of Bill Murray charming the pants off pedestrians. As observed elsewhere on this site, you should watch if only for the time they all go to Lithuania.

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