Stream Economy: A Weekly Guide to Streaming Entertainment

Each week, we break down what’s happening in movies, TV and video gaming ... then help you decide what to invest your time in (and what to cut loose)! Check back here each Friday for the latest episode.

Join Ashley, Wil, Ron and Patrick live on the GameSpot co-op stage as they break down their favorite games at E3 2018.

Your time is money - but with so much to watch/binge/play, how should you spend it? “Stream Economy” is here to help!

“Stream Economy” is a weekly series starring tech and pop culture nerd Ashley Esqueda. The show is equal ideas “Mad Money” and “The Soup” - Ashley breaks down the news happening across film, TV and video games while recommending a BUY or SELL for viewers.

With a high-energy news segment, TV reviews from angry Scotsman Mark Serrels, interviews with stars and industry players, and field packages featuring events like Comic-Con and E3, “Stream Economy" is your wacky and informative guide to the jam-packed world of streaming entertainment.

Comments (2)

  • eli_fjr  

    TWD should have ended 3 seasons ago.

  • LamontRaymond  

    wow! Had not heard about Rick leaving TWD.... last legs for the show?

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