Want more insights in your inbox?

Subscribe to our monthly newsletter.


* indicates required

Thank you for signing up for Cadent Insight's monthly recap. Please let us know if you'd like additional information about Cadent.

By clicking subscribe you are agreeing to receive Cadent's email newsletter plus additional marketing emails if selected above. Our newsletter will be sent no more than once per week. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. For information about our privacy practices, please visit our website: https://cadent.tv/website

We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing. Learn more about Mailchimp's privacy practices here.

This Week in TV News: the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and A24

By Cadent Staff
11/21/18 < 1 minute READ

This week, we’re talking about the annual #MacysParade on Sixth Avenue in New York City, “House of Cards” and indie movie studio A24.

How to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Hoda Kotb, Savannah Guthrie, and Al Roker will host coverage of the parade on NBC. Cord-cutters and cord-nevers can watch NBC’s coverage on Verizon’s YouTube channel, log into nbc.com/live or take in the floats on the Watch NBC app.

Post-Kevin Spacey, more women than men watch House of Cards. A Kevin Spacey-free season of House of Cards premiered on Netflix in early November. According to Nielsen’s SVOD Content Ratings, the audience is now 54% female. When Kevin Spacey played the president, the show skewed 56% male. (Hollywood Reporter)

A new way to stream old movies. After FilmStruck closes down at the end of this month, classic movie fans may be looking for an alternative way to watch their favorite old films. They’re in luck – WarnerMedia will launch the Criterion Channel in Spring 2019. In a blog post, the Criterion Collection said it will pick up where the old service left off. (The Criterion Collection blog)

Indie Studio hitmaker A24 will make Apple movies. A24 signed on to a “multiyear agreement” to make movies with Apple. The studio is responsible for critically acclaimed hits like “Moonlight,” “Big Sick,” “Lady Bird,” “Ex Machina” and “The Florida Project.” (Variety)

See last week’s edition of This Week in TV News.