The Queer Eye Season 2 Trailer Is Here and It Will Make You Cry. The boys are back and so are the tears! Netflix just released a brand new trailer for season two of Queer Eye, and it looks like we're in for another round of seriously emotional transformations thanks to Tan France, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, Antoni Porowski, and Bobby Berk. This time, the guys make over a woman and a trans man, and they help a guy pull off what looks like quite a public proposal. You can see sneak peeks of all that in the trailer, which also features uplifting discussions, a little bit of spanking, and obviously a fair amount of happy crying. In case you've somehow forgotten, not only did season one bring the new Fab 5 into our lives, but we also fell for some of the couples whose lives they changed. Tom Jackson, from the reboot's first episode, took us on quite an emotional roller coaster with him and his ex-wife Abby Parr before they remarried in early May, and AJ Brown got engaged and then married to boyfriend Andrey since we saw him come out to his step-mother in the fourth episode. So if season two is anything like season one, we're about to fall in love in all kinds of ways and we are so ready. New episodes of Queer Eye debut Friday, June 15 on Netflix. (Eonline)

Amazon Nets Package of English Premier League Soccer Matches for U.K. "We are always looking to add more value to Prime, and we're delighted to now offer, for the first time, live Premier League matches to Prime members at no extra cost," says the streaming video giant. Streaming video giant Amazon has acquired a package of rights for the English Premier League, the most-watched soccer league in the world that features such teams as Manchester City, Manchester United, London clubs Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham, as well as Liverpool. The company said Thursday that "from the 2019/20 season U.K. Prime members will have exclusive access to watch 20 matches per season, comprising two full fixture rounds the first December midweek round and the festive bank holiday round featuring live coverage of every Premier League team." It added: "This will be the first time a full round of Premier League fixtures will be broadcast live in the U.K. In addition, Prime members will be able to watch weekly highlights of all Premier League matches throughout the season." Financial terms of the three-season deal weren't disclosed. The Premier League joins Prime Video's growing list of live sports, including U.S. Open Tennis, ATP World Tour Tennis events and NFL games. They are all available to watch on Prime Video in the U.K. at no extra cost to a Prime membership. Sky earlier in the year acquired four of the seven packages of Premier League rights, with telecom giant BT's BT Sport buying one. BT Sport on Thursday bought a second package of games, with Amazon taking the other one. Overall, Sky will air 128 matches per season, BT 52 and Amazon 20. "We are always looking to add more value to Prime, and we're delighted to now offer, for the first time, live Premier League matches to Prime members at no extra cost to their membership," said Jay Marine, vp of Prime Video in Europe. "The Premier League is the most-watched sports league in the world. Over these two December fixture rounds Prime members will be able to watch every team, every game, so no matter which Premier League team you support, you're guaranteed to see them play live on Prime Video." "We are extremely pleased that Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon have invested in these rights and all view the Premier League and our clubs as vital parts of their live sports offerings," said Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore. "Sky and BT are established Premier League partners and provide first-rate coverage of the competition through their live-match broadcasts and comprehensive programming. We welcome Amazon as an exciting new partner and we know Prime Video will provide an excellent service on which fans can consume the Premier League." (Hollywood Reporter)

TV Ratings: Warriors Win Again in Steady Game 3 of NBA Finals. The Cleveland Cavaliers will have to grab a victory on Friday to avoid a sweep. ABC's prospects of a four-game NBA Finals got a little more likely on Wednesday night. The Golden State Warriors won their third consecutive game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, 110-102, setting up Friday night as a potential end to the 2018 Championship -- which would be a bummer for both the network and Cleveland fans. Early ratings continued to hold steady with 2017, though the total viewership is falling somewhat shy of the widely watched five-game run. Wednesday's game looks likely to be in the same scenario, with an overnight 12.7 rating among metered market households. That's off only 5 percent from the comparable game a year ago, one that ultimately nabbed 20.1 million viewers for ABC. The early score also has the game dead even with Sunday's Game 2 performance, which ultimately translated to 18.5 million viewers. Across the first two games, the 2018 NBA Finals averaged just shy of 18 million viewers. Lebron James' Cavaliers will have one last chance to keep this year's finals from being a total sweep on Friday. That's when the two teams return to Cleveland for Game 4. (Hollywood Reporter)


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