On July 15th, PeacockTV goes live in the U.S. As reported earlier, both seasons of Project Blue Book were picked up by this streaming service owned by NBCUniversal. Click here to go directly to Blue Book‘s page, which can be watched for free. Please note that if you own a Roku TV or Amazon Fire TV, you will not be able to watch PeacockTV or stream Project Blue Book. Full article on why at Variety (https://variety.com/2020/digital/news/hbo-max-peacock-roku-amazon-streaming-1234703977/). However, both seasons are still available for purchase on DVD, at Amazon and other stores and streaming appears possible via your laptop.
In conjunction with this news, July 18th will be #SaveBlueBookSaturday focusing on @PeacockTV. Besides airing classic movies, they also produce their own shows, so who knows, this might be place for season 3 to land. Details at link below!
Also in preparation for this week’s debut of Project Blue Book on the PeacockTV, Laura Mennell posted this great behind-the-scenes image of herself and Ksenia Solo on her Instagram.
And this lovely shot as well!
Meanwhile, Aidan Gillen has covered up his quarantine locks when he went out for coffee. The folks at the Happy Days Coffee Van posted this great snap.
Speaking of Aidan, the full Q&A with Aidan and other cast members of Rose Plays Julie is up on Galway’s Facebook, Twitter, etc. https://twitter.com/GalwayFilm/status/1281312487183282176?s=20
And here are a few screencaps from the interview.
Michael Malarkey did another Twitch chat, discussing the song “Sea of Red” off his Graveracer album. Subscribers can watch the video at his channel. He’ll be back on July 19th at 1:00PM EDT for a musical gig (2 hours) and then resume the Graveracer chat on July 26th.