Day: August 10, 2019

Aug10

‘Cable Girls’ Season 4: Here’s Everything We Know So Far
Netflix’s ‘Cable Girls’ have become one of the most successful Spanish dramas on the platform and now, with 3 seasons in, fans are wondering if a fourth is on the way.

Las Chicas Del Cable “Cable Girls” Season 4 Episode 1 Chapter 25: Equality – Those who loved season one to three of ‘Cable Girls’ on Netflix, will be happy to know that the show is getting its fourth part! The show is a Spanish-langue period drama called “Las Chicas del Cable” which means ‘Cable Girls’ after translation. The fact that the streaming giant has been giving birth to a vast line of foreign titles to new audiences to the world, expecting the fourth season of ‘Cable Girls’ is not too much of asking. This isn’t the first time the streaming service has tried its hands on Spanish titles, it has released some super Spanish titles over the past few years and ‘Cable Girls’ is one of the most successful ones among those.

This show is managed and created wholly by Netflix and comes under the Netflix Original banner in Spain. The first two seasons were released in 2017 and the third one released in September 2018. The story of this show revolves around women who lived in the time of 1920s in Madrid and were doing their job as Cable Girls. Now, fans want to know will they be seeing their story for the fourth time or not. Let’s find out.

What Is ‘Cable Girls’ All About?
The official synopsis reads: “The series is set to begin in Madrid during 1928. The national telephone company opens its headquarters in the city center and hundreds of girls queue up to get a job as a “cable girl” in the only place that represents progress and modernity for women at the time. Four girls, coming from very different backgrounds, will start work as operators. From that day on, jealousy, envy and betrayal will get mixed up with the hunger for success, friendship, and love.”

Will There Be A Season 4 Of ‘Cable Girls’?
For those who are doubting, here is the thing- the renewal for the fourth season of ‘Cable Girls’ was announced on September 12, 2018, which was just a week after season 3 dropped on Netflix. The fourth installment was also talked about by Nadia de Santiago, who plays the role of Marga. She said, “We have one more season, the fourth one, and for the moment we have been two years, and we have just finished the third one now”. That suggests that not only will there be a season 4 but that it’ll conclude the story.

The development was indeed very fast for people to actually believe it. Blanca Suarez says: “Are you serious? So quickly?” and Nadia de Santiago responds: “Superserious. There’s a fourth season!” However, no such date is confirmed yet for its release. Looking at the time span of former seasons, season 1 premiered in April 2017 and was followed by a second one in December, the same year. The third season was then dropped after a gap of nine months and was dropped on Netflix on September 7. Therefore, looking at that, we can expect the fourth installment to release by the end of 2019.

Who All Will Be In ‘Cable Girls’ Season 4?

It is believed that for the fourth installment, the main cast members will surely return. Starting with the main lead, the four women are Lidia, played by Blanca Suárez, Carlota, played by Ana Fernández, Angeles, played by Maggie Civantos and Marga, played by Nadia de Santiago.

Aug10

The Falcons and Broncos have each participated in the Hall of Fame Game three times previously, with both teams compiling identical 1-2 records in the preseason opener, but never faced one another in those prior contests. Denver hasn’t made an appearance at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium since 2004, but it’s been even longer—25 years to be exact—since the Falcons have made a trip to Ohio to open the preseason schedule.

One interesting trend to note is that the Falcons haven’t had much success during the preseason since Dan Quinn took over as head coach in 2015. The team is just 4-12 during exhibition games in that span, including an 0-4 record in last year’s preseason. Atlanta doesn’t score many points in these matchups either, failing to ring up a single score in their 2018 NFL preseason opener against the New York Jets and totaling up just 27 points in the final three outings. It’s clear that Quinn doesn’t place much importance on getting his first-stringers reps in these meaningless contests, as evidenced by starting quarterback Matt Ryan playing just two snaps in that showdown with the Jets.

Quinn did mention he is looking forward to participating in the Hall of Fame Game and hopes the extra playing time—the Falcons and Broncos will compete in five preseason games this year, compared to four for the rest of the league—will result in improved team chemistry (via ProFootballHOF.com):

We are fired up to kick off the NFL’s 100th season in the Hall of Fame Game. We are honored to play in Canton and be a part of the celebration for all of the inductees. This is also an opportunity for us to strengthen our connection and our brotherhood with additional time on the field.

The Broncos have had quite a bit more success than their upcoming opponent with regards to finding the end zone during the preseason. They averaged an impressive 25 points across their four exhibition clashes last year, but those expecting some high totals from the Denver offense should be wary that those outbursts came with Vance Joseph calling the shots. Things could be different now that the club is employing Vic Fangio, the former Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator who will be making his head coaching debut on the sidelines this Thursday.

Fangio is far from the only new hire in the Mile High City either, as the Broncos also have a new starting quarterback in Joe Flacco and a slew of other fresh faces up and down the roster. That could make for a rough start out of the gate in this nationally televised Pro Football Hall of Fame Game and something bettors should keep in mind when making a play on the matchup. There will be plenty more to dive into as information is revealed this week, including how much the head coaches plan to play their starters, an updated injury report and more, so check back for more 2019 NFL preseason info during the leadup to the official preseason start at the Hall of Fame Game.

SOURCE: Hall of Fame Game 2019 Preview

Aug10

The Falcons and Broncos have each participated in the Hall of Fame Game three times previously, with both teams compiling identical 1-2 records in the preseason opener, but never faced one another in those prior contests. Denver hasn’t made an appearance at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium since 2004, but it’s been even longer—25 years to be exact—since the Falcons have made a trip to Ohio to open the preseason schedule.

One interesting trend to note is that the Falcons haven’t had much success during the preseason since Dan Quinn took over as head coach in 2015. The team is just 4-12 during exhibition games in that span, including an 0-4 record in last year’s preseason. Atlanta doesn’t score many points in these matchups either, failing to ring up a single score in their 2018 NFL preseason opener against the New York Jets and totaling up just 27 points in the final three outings. It’s clear that Quinn doesn’t place much importance on getting his first-stringers reps in these meaningless contests, as evidenced by starting quarterback Matt Ryan playing just two snaps in that showdown with the Jets.

Quinn did mention he is looking forward to participating in the Hall of Fame Game and hopes the extra playing time—the Falcons and Broncos will compete in five preseason games this year, compared to four for the rest of the league—will result in improved team chemistry (via ProFootballHOF.com):

We are fired up to kick off the NFL’s 100th season in the Hall of Fame Game. We are honored to play in Canton and be a part of the celebration for all of the inductees. This is also an opportunity for us to strengthen our connection and our brotherhood with additional time on the field.

The Broncos have had quite a bit more success than their upcoming opponent with regards to finding the end zone during the preseason. They averaged an impressive 25 points across their four exhibition clashes last year, but those expecting some high totals from the Denver offense should be wary that those outbursts came with Vance Joseph calling the shots. Things could be different now that the club is employing Vic Fangio, the former Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator who will be making his head coaching debut on the sidelines this Thursday.

Fangio is far from the only new hire in the Mile High City either, as the Broncos also have a new starting quarterback in Joe Flacco and a slew of other fresh faces up and down the roster. That could make for a rough start out of the gate in this nationally televised Pro Football Hall of Fame Game and something bettors should keep in mind when making a play on the matchup. There will be plenty more to dive into as information is revealed this week, including how much the head coaches plan to play their starters, an updated injury report and more, so check back for more 2019 NFL preseason info during the leadup to the official preseason start at the Hall of Fame Game.

SOURCE: Hall of Fame Game 2019 Preview

Aug10

On Thursday, August 1, the Denver Broncos will battle the Atlanta Falcons in the annual Hall of of Fame Game, scheduled to air on NBC at 8 p.m. ET.

The Hall of Fame Game officially kicks off the NFL Preseason schedule, and it is the only game that week or weekend. The rest of the league will start the following weekend with a slew of games on Aug. 8, then more games following on Friday and Saturday.

NFL Preseason 2019 Begin! NFL PRESEASON 2019 TV SCHEDULE

The Hall of Fame Game usually involves two teams that have a significant presence in that year’s Hall of Fame class. The Denver Broncos have cornerback Champ Bailey and owner Pat Bowlen. They also have defensive back Ty Law, who played for three other NFL teams before ending his career with the Broncos in the 2009 season.

NFL Hall Of Fame Game 2019: Atlanta Falcons Vs. Denver Broncos Schedule, Preseason Opener

August is nearly here and with it comes the first meaningful NFL action in months. After a long offseason layoff, professional football finally returns with the 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame Game between the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons, a Thursday night contest that will officially kick off the 2019 NFL preseason schedule. While the outcome for the teams on the field won’t matter in the slightest—organizations use this game mostly to evaluate fringe talent for training camp and roster cut purposes—it absolutely will for the many bettors who have been chomping at the bit to get some real NFL action over the last six months.

Oddsmakers opened betting at a pick ‘em, but that line was bet up to Atlanta -2 almost immediately. It’s since settled with the Falcons laying a single point, but more fluctuation in the coming days is to be expected. The total on the 2019 NFL Hall of Fame Game has been set at just 34.5 points, a small number but one that is reasonable when considering the type of talent that will be on the gridiron for much of the night in Canton. It’s also close to the average of 30.3 total points scored in the previous seven Hall of Fame Game clashes, including last year’s exciting tilt between the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens that resulted in a 17-16 win for Baltimore. You can find results for every Hall of Fame Game dating back to 2010 in the table below.

Those looking for advice against the spread and other tips for the 2019 NFL preseason opener should check back later in the week to get pro picks from Jon Price of SportsInformationTraders.com. The Vegas expert will be releasing the first of many predictions for the upcoming NFL season closer to Thursday’s kickoff. In the meantime, have a look at the complete schedule, start time, TV and live stream viewing information, updated odds, betting trends and more for this upcoming Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons showdown.

Aug10

‘Cable Girls’ Season 4: Here’s Everything We Know So Far
Netflix’s ‘Cable Girls’ have become one of the most successful Spanish dramas on the platform and now, with 3 seasons in, fans are wondering if a fourth is on the way.

Las Chicas Del Cable “Cable Girls” Season 4 Episode 1 Chapter 25: Equality – Those who loved season one to three of ‘Cable Girls’ on Netflix, will be happy to know that the show is getting its fourth part! The show is a Spanish-langue period drama called “Las Chicas del Cable” which means ‘Cable Girls’ after translation. The fact that the streaming giant has been giving birth to a vast line of foreign titles to new audiences to the world, expecting the fourth season of ‘Cable Girls’ is not too much of asking. This isn’t the first time the streaming service has tried its hands on Spanish titles, it has released some super Spanish titles over the past few years and ‘Cable Girls’ is one of the most successful ones among those.

This show is managed and created wholly by Netflix and comes under the Netflix Original banner in Spain. The first two seasons were released in 2017 and the third one released in September 2018. The story of this show revolves around women who lived in the time of 1920s in Madrid and were doing their job as Cable Girls. Now, fans want to know will they be seeing their story for the fourth time or not. Let’s find out.

What Is ‘Cable Girls’ All About?
The official synopsis reads: “The series is set to begin in Madrid during 1928. The national telephone company opens its headquarters in the city center and hundreds of girls queue up to get a job as a “cable girl” in the only place that represents progress and modernity for women at the time. Four girls, coming from very different backgrounds, will start work as operators. From that day on, jealousy, envy and betrayal will get mixed up with the hunger for success, friendship, and love.”

Will There Be A Season 4 Of ‘Cable Girls’?
For those who are doubting, here is the thing- the renewal for the fourth season of ‘Cable Girls’ was announced on September 12, 2018, which was just a week after season 3 dropped on Netflix. The fourth installment was also talked about by Nadia de Santiago, who plays the role of Marga. She said, “We have one more season, the fourth one, and for the moment we have been two years, and we have just finished the third one now”. That suggests that not only will there be a season 4 but that it’ll conclude the story.

The development was indeed very fast for people to actually believe it. Blanca Suarez says: “Are you serious? So quickly?” and Nadia de Santiago responds: “Superserious. There’s a fourth season!” However, no such date is confirmed yet for its release. Looking at the time span of former seasons, season 1 premiered in April 2017 and was followed by a second one in December, the same year. The third season was then dropped after a gap of nine months and was dropped on Netflix on September 7. Therefore, looking at that, we can expect the fourth installment to release by the end of 2019.

Who All Will Be In ‘Cable Girls’ Season 4?

It is believed that for the fourth installment, the main cast members will surely return. Starting with the main lead, the four women are Lidia, played by Blanca Suárez, Carlota, played by Ana Fernández, Angeles, played by Maggie Civantos and Marga, played by Nadia de Santiago.

Aug10

The Falcons and Broncos have each participated in the Hall of Fame Game three times previously, with both teams compiling identical 1-2 records in the preseason opener, but never faced one another in those prior contests. Denver hasn’t made an appearance at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium since 2004, but it’s been even longer—25 years to be exact—since the Falcons have made a trip to Ohio to open the preseason schedule.

One interesting trend to note is that the Falcons haven’t had much success during the preseason since Dan Quinn took over as head coach in 2015. The team is just 4-12 during exhibition games in that span, including an 0-4 record in last year’s preseason. Atlanta doesn’t score many points in these matchups either, failing to ring up a single score in their 2018 NFL preseason opener against the New York Jets and totaling up just 27 points in the final three outings. It’s clear that Quinn doesn’t place much importance on getting his first-stringers reps in these meaningless contests, as evidenced by starting quarterback Matt Ryan playing just two snaps in that showdown with the Jets.

Quinn did mention he is looking forward to participating in the Hall of Fame Game and hopes the extra playing time—the Falcons and Broncos will compete in five preseason games this year, compared to four for the rest of the league—will result in improved team chemistry (via ProFootballHOF.com):

We are fired up to kick off the NFL’s 100th season in the Hall of Fame Game. We are honored to play in Canton and be a part of the celebration for all of the inductees. This is also an opportunity for us to strengthen our connection and our brotherhood with additional time on the field.

The Broncos have had quite a bit more success than their upcoming opponent with regards to finding the end zone during the preseason. They averaged an impressive 25 points across their four exhibition clashes last year, but those expecting some high totals from the Denver offense should be wary that those outbursts came with Vance Joseph calling the shots. Things could be different now that the club is employing Vic Fangio, the former Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator who will be making his head coaching debut on the sidelines this Thursday.

Fangio is far from the only new hire in the Mile High City either, as the Broncos also have a new starting quarterback in Joe Flacco and a slew of other fresh faces up and down the roster. That could make for a rough start out of the gate in this nationally televised Pro Football Hall of Fame Game and something bettors should keep in mind when making a play on the matchup. There will be plenty more to dive into as information is revealed this week, including how much the head coaches plan to play their starters, an updated injury report and more, so check back for more 2019 NFL preseason info during the leadup to the official preseason start at the Hall of Fame Game.

SOURCE: Hall of Fame Game 2019 Preview

Aug10

Netflix: The Family (2019) Season 1 Episode 1 “Submersion”

Original Title : The Family Season 1 Episode 1: Submersion
Genre : Documentary
Air Date : 2019-08-09

Overview : Journalist Jeff Sharlet details his days living at Ivanwald, a men’s residence where he discovers the Family’s allegiance to Jesus — and to power.

It’s not about faith. It’s about power. The Family explores the history of a quietly powerful religious organization with strong ties to US politics.

About Netflix:
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Aug10

How to Watch : Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019-08-08)
Original Title : Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
Runtime : 111 min.
Genre : Horror, Fantasy
Stars : Zoe Colletti, Michael Garza, Austin Abrams, Gabriel Rush, Austin Zajur, Natalie Ganzhorn

Watch this link!: https://bit.ly/2KmHC2O

Movie Synopsis:
The shadow of the Bellows family has loomed large in the small town of Mill Valley for generations. It’s in a mansion that young Sarah Bellows turns her tortured life and horrible secrets into a series of scary stories. These terrifying tales soon have a way of becoming all too real for a group of unsuspecting teens who stumble upon Sarah’s spooky home.

Aug10

How to Watch : Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019-08-08)
Original Title : Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
Runtime : 111 min.
Genre : Horror, Fantasy
Stars : Zoe Colletti, Michael Garza, Austin Abrams, Gabriel Rush, Austin Zajur, Natalie Ganzhorn

Watch this link!: https://bit.ly/2KmHC2O

Movie Synopsis:
The shadow of the Bellows family has loomed large in the small town of Mill Valley for generations. It’s in a mansion that young Sarah Bellows turns her tortured life and horrible secrets into a series of scary stories. These terrifying tales soon have a way of becoming all too real for a group of unsuspecting teens who stumble upon Sarah’s spooky home.

Aug10

Sintonia Review: Netflix’s New Teen Drama Provides A Snapshot Of An Underrepresented Culture

Netflix loves a coming-of-age story. Even its flagship show, Stranger Things, is more about growing up than it is about interdimensional monsters or 80s nostalgia. The platform’s recent international exports have often dabbled in the subgenre too, including the recent (quite good) Indian teen-horror series Typewriter. The latest is Sintonia, a Brazilian teen drama produced by Netflix and Losbragas, focusing on three local teens from the same favela in São Paulo.

Doni (M.C. Jottapê), Nando (Christian Malheiros) and Rita (Bruna Mascarenhas) are all from the same nexus of poverty, drama, and crime; they find the same escapes in family and music and religion and teenage rebellion. There’s nothing all that unusual about them, in genre terms, but their surroundings provide a snapshot of an underrepresented culture.

Screenwriter and director Konrad Dantes has provided in Sintonia a case study in culture; how the norms and expectations can feel stifling and hostile, and how relationships are forged in — and sometimes despite — environments where little else prospers. The camera wants to take in the scope and scale of Brazil’s impoverished underclass, highlighting how closely those who have nothing rub up against those who have too much. The expansiveness of the setting makes it feel more claustrophobic; all that space, and nowhere to hide.

With Sintonia Netflix is delivering familiar material with an unfamiliar slant; once again finding the universality in theme amid the specificity of setting. Growing up is hard everywhere in the world, but it’s harder in some places than others. We often don’t think about that; we’re so wrapped up in our problems that we can’t see how privileged we are to have them in a place where the resources and support exist to help us deal with them. Not that life is a contest — but life is also not equally fair and just, and most importantly of all, it is not the same for everyone. It’s lived everywhere, in many ways, and for many reasons. Sintonia is the kind of show that helps remind you how everything is the same, but also how everything is different. Sintonia Episode 1 “They Caught Cacau”