Valera opens in a list of the first team with Cholo

first_imgGermán Valera, 17, write his name. From Murcia, like that group that is sounding so loud and so loud, Long live Sweden; as Miguel Ángel Hernández, author of Pain of others (Anagrama), one of the novels of 2018, a boy who will be heard a lot to talk about. It is done. It is one of the pearls of the quarry and reason for the rupture of relations on the part of Villarreal with Atlético. He was the captain of Spain in the last U-17 World Cup. Powerful, very fast and with a powerful shot. Lefty, you can play for both bands although where you feel more comfortable is on the right to cut in and look for the shot. This season is his first in the subsidiary. And today his first call with Cholo. Because Germán Valera is the great novelty of Simeone’s list for tomorrow’s game (18:30, Wanda Metropolitano) before Levante. A list with 18 names which is also Sergio Camello and Vitolo returns to. Not so neither Savic nor Koke, both training at the same pace as the others in recent days but to which the Cholo is saved for the Arab Super Cup. Saponjic, habitual in the last lists although still without debut, is not. The Cholo summonedAdam, Oblak; Giménez, Arias, Lodi, Felipe, Hermoso, Trippier; Thomas, Saul, Llorente, Herrera, Vitolo; João Félix, Morata, Correa, Camel and Valera They are the chosen Simeone for this match. The coach, who will be eight years old at the head of the Atlético bench in three days, has already debuted 30 youth players, Camel among them, in the last game of last seasonprecisely before the Levante. Eye Valera. A name for the future that begins in this 2020.last_img read more

EXCLUSIVE When the first output deal between Netf

EXCLUSIVE When the first output deal between Netf

first_imgEXCLUSIVE: When the first output deal between Netflix and CW parents CBS and Warner Bros was announced in 2011, it was hailed as groundbreaking and, with its $1 billion windfall, a lifeline that may have helped save the then money-losing upstart network. The pact, re-uped by both sides in 2016 with some modifications, was up again this spring, and I hear it is not being renewed. I hear the three new CW series — Batwoman, Nancy Drew and Riverdale spinoff Katy Keen — are being shopped for streaming deals individually by their respective studios. Batwoman, part of the DC Arrowverse on the CW, is solely owned by Warner Bros TV, and Nancy Drew by CBS TV Studios, Katy Keen is produced and distributed by WBTV, with financial participation of CBS Studios under the companies’ joint-venture agreement to co-produce CW series not based on owned IP. The deal ending doesn’t mean new CW series won’t end up on Netflix, where CW shows have traditionally been among the strongest performers. The SVOD service just won’t get them automatically via an output deal instead, it will have to bid for each show in a far more competitive environment than the streaming marketplace in 2016. Past seasons of CW series that premiered through the current 2018-2019 season, like The Flash and Riverdale, will continue to stream on Netflix during the broadcast life of the series and beyond. I hear WBTV’s Batwoman is earmarked for the upcoming WarnerMedia streaming service. Its chief creative officer Kevin Reilly has been open about bringing new WBTV-produced CW shows to the service once the Netflix deal is up, saying in February that “we’re very interested in putting that on our platform.“ Katy Keene and Nancy Drew are both being shopped, with Netflix said to be among the contenders. Netflix would be a natural destination for WBTV/CBS Studios’ Katy Keene which, while different tonally, belongs to the same Archie Comics universe as Riverdale, part of the Netflix output deal, and Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina, a Netflix original series. Both Riverdale and Sabrina are hugely popular on Netflix Because of its youngadult skew, CBS Studios’ Nancy Drew would not be a natural fit for sibling streaming platform CBS All Access, whose content is more adult-oriented. For that reason, CBS Studios’ kids animated Star Trek series did not go to CBS All Access, home to the new Star Trek franchise, but to Nickelodeon. Netflix’s former CW deal, as well as the ones currently shopped for the three new series, are “library” pacts for completed seasons of a show. According to the most recent agreement, a season becomes available on Netflix eight days after the finale airs on the CW. In-season, the CW series run on the network’s digital platforms. The end of the CW deal is certainly a blow to Netflix but not unexpected. Disney, which had inked a rich movie output deal with Netflix in 2016 just a few months before CBS and Warner Bros renewed their output deal for the CW content also ended their pact, redirecting the studio’s features to their own upcoming streaming services Disney+. It is part of an ongoing trend of content providers pulling their content from Netflix to put it on their own platforms Netflix also is facing the likely departures of two of its biggest viewership generators, The Office and Friends, whose owners, NBCUniversal and Warner Bros, respectively, want them for their upcoming streaming services. To counter that, Netflix has been spending aggressively on original content to build its own library. The Internet network is expected to shell out an estimated $15 billion on originals this year, going up to $17.5 billion next year. Source: deadline.comlast_img read more