“Prehistoric Planet” looks like an amazing documentary.

One thing to know about me: I’m a sucker for nature documentaries. Between BBC Earth, National Geographic, and the like, I’ve always enjoyed watching the plight and everyday quirks of animals. A huge reason for this is the cinematography and imagining what it takes to cover such activities.

With that, I’m so so so ready for this documentary to come to Apple TV Plus (note, this app is available on Xbox). Prehistoric Planet looks to take a look at what life was like when the dinosaurs roamed the Earth. I’m sure the visual effects will be amazing.

If you have Apple TV Plus, let me know if you plan to watch it. If you’re also a nature documentary connoisseur, like I am, let me know what nature docs you enjoy.

Tip: Above & Beyond provides stream-ready music…

Above & Beyond are one of my favorite electronic groups. Their catalog is chock full of amazing tracks, spanning not only tunes from their 3 collective minds but a stellar roster of artists in their Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep labels.

What I want to bring to your attention is that Above & Beyond has a playlist available on Apple Music and Spotify. This playlist is called “Twitch x Anjunabeats” and includes a large list of songs that streamers can play in their streams without fear of having their stream muted, or taken down for copyright infractions.

The best part is that this playlist isn’t the C-roll level stuff. There’s good quality music in there that should be pleasing to many ears.

You can find links to the playlists down below:

Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/twitch-x-anjunabeats/pl.0d42f203b7054167a6da95e17ca4ed0a

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7078ZghrNPmAYT4SRI09LF?si=44ded71c8b5f47e5

The Allure & Limitations of Movies Anywhere

I’m a huge fan of Movies Anywhere. The little service that could have caused me to purchase more movies, in the past year, than I care to count. I enjoy the idea that any movie I purchase from a participating service (and studio) will end up on practically every other major device that I use for consuming content. No longer do my films have to be locked to any particular ecosystem (save for the MA ecosystem, such that it is).

Yet, I’m not 100% on board with Movies Anywhere, and there is a key reason for that.

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