In Frisco, Texas, the Dallas Cowboys' 91-acre campus houses practice fields, team offices, exercise facilities, and everything else required to keep one of the world's biggest sports franchises operating. Called "The Star", the campus is the dream of one man, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, and is a monument to the incredible scale of American sport. HBO's Hard Knocks takes you on a drone flythrough of The Star, showing the space inside and out.
Halloween is just around the corner. Although some of the festivities may be canceled, getting the bejesus scared of you is still on the schedule, thanks to Blumhouse. They're back with Amazon Studios for four new horror flicks for the 2021 scaring season. The first two films, Bingo Hell and Black as Night will premiere on October 1st, while The Manor and Madres will be released on October 8th.
Picking up where Spider-Man: Far From Home left off, Peter Parker has been outed as the Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man and is under investigation for Mysterio's murder. Hoping to make everyone forget his real identity, Peter enlists the help of Dr. Strange, who ends up opening the Spider-verse. Starring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jamie Foxx, and Benedict Cumberbatch, Spider-Man: No Way Home is slated for release on December 17, 2021.
A decade into the resurgence of the vinyl record, it's not just for hipsters and obscure albums anymore — it's an ever-going fanbase obsessed with the aural and tactile richness of the format. Shot over two years, Vinyl Nation visits indie record shops across the nation and speaks to experts and enthusiasts alike to find out what makes a record so magical.
Apple TV+'s workplace drama is returning for another season. Picking up where it left off, the series finds UBA's beloved breakfast show trying to rebound from the bombshell allegations brought by Jennifer Aniston's Alex Levy and Reese Witherspoon's Bradley Jackson at the end of season one. Also starring Billy Crudup, Mark Duplass, Steve Carell, and newcomer Julianna Margulies, The Morning Show continues on September 17, 2021.
Following up Masters of the Universe: Revelation, Netflix's next He-Man feature is a CG-animated series aimed at kids. He-Man and his cohort will battle Skeletor and his minions over the run, premiering September 16, 2021.