I really appreciate all the feedback from last week's Content Watch List. I am glad to hear that folks are still, maybe because of/maybe in spite of lockdown, hungry for more content.
I'm sure you're busy because I listed about 20 things last week, so here's only one entrant for this week, but it is a very strong A++ high recommend: Jason Sudeikis' Ted Lasso. So endearing, funny, every character drawn so completely, including, mercifully and unusually, the women! I never thought "heartwarming and hilarious" would be two words I would use sincerely. Note: Do not let the marketing/soccer coach theme put you off. Or that it's on Apple+ which is insanely hard to navigate/play/understand even whether you are subscribed. But hey, who am I to tell the world's most valuable company that their marketing is subpar and their User Experience stinks.
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