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We're back with what we're streaming, fall edition. We polled the Rhone team and here's what we've been watching and everything you should add to your list. So whether you're in the mood for something witty and lighthearted or something a little heavier with a dose of drama, we've got your number. Grab the snacks, hit the lights, and let's get streaming. 


Ted Lasso: If you haven't watched Ted Lasso, stop what you're doing right now and start it. It's witty, heartwarming, and everything we've been missing. Follow eternally enthusiastic and optimistic American college football coach Ted Lasso who, fresh off a Division II championship at Wichita State, is hired to lead a kind of crummy Premiere League soccer team, AFC Richmond. 

Stream on Apple TV


Schitt's Creek: You've seen riches to rags stories before but nothing like this one. Follow Johnny Rose and wife, Moira (a washed up soap opera star) and children David and Alexis as they lose their glamorous life of wealth and move to the only place they can afford, a motel Johnny Rose bought his son David as a joke for his birthday. What unfolds is the perfect mix of life, learning to love and lean on your family, adjusting to a new reality, and a lot of hilarious and heartfelt moments in between. 

Stream on Netflix, Amazon Prime, & Pop


The Social Dilemma: You might get the urge to delete your social media after watching this one. Tech experts from top companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and google speak to the dangerous human impact of social networking and how it is causing issues with depression and addiction, especially in teens. It's messaging is intense, but it will leave you something to think about. 

Stream on Netflix


My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman: Here you thought David Letterman retired. Think again. Netflix just released season 3 of this episodic talk show that sits down with celebrities, politicians, musicians, etc. for more in-depth conversations about everything under the sun. 

Stream on Netflix


Vikings: You'll have to venture from Netflix for this one, but it's worth it. Vikings takes you to the fascinating, mysterious, and sometimes brutal world of Ragnar Lothbrok, a Viking warrior and farmer. Follow Ragnar, his family, and his band of vikings as they explore and raid on Ragnar's journey to be become king. 

Stream on Amazon Prime Video & Hulu  


My Octopus Teacher: Dive (literally) into the underwater world of free diver and nature filmmaker Craig foster as he swims with an octopus that lives in a kelp forest off the coast of South Africa. Foster was dealing with serious burnout and needed some kind of respite, which is what lead him to free diving and a speckled, eggplant-hued octopus.  My Octopus teacher follows an unlikely friendship between man and octopus and Foster visits the octopus every day for a year.

Stream on Netflix


Yellowstone: If you need a little wild west, Yellowstone will be your fix. It follows the Dutton family, who controls the largest continuous ranch in the US. John Dutton leads his family and the reach as it's borders are under constant attack by their neighbors: land developers, a national park, and an Indian reservation. Kevin Costner plays John Dutton so you'll get some Wyatt Erp meets Dances With Wolves meets a little Robin Hood and we couldn't be more pleased. 

Stream on the Paramount Network & Amazon Prime Video


The Last Dance: If you love basketball and Michael Jordan, saddle up. This docuseries produced by ESPN follows the life and career of Michael Jordan, with a specific focus on his final season with the Chicago Bulls. Get behind the scenes footage and insight as an interview with Michael Jordan is intertwined in the film. 

Stream on Neftlix
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