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AIPT Television podcast episode 4: Streamers and why Fast & Furious should come to TV

The AIPT Television podcast shares our ideas for Fast & Furious shows if it ever came to the small screen.

Streaming platforms are the future of television so we sit down with AIPT contributor, Rory Wilding, to talk about the different options out there. In particular, Peacock has experienced a recent surge in subscriptions thanks to its Olympic coverage.

Exclusive original content is one of the main factors that draws viewers and Peacock could follow the MCU model on Disney+ with the Fast & Furious. We discuss the types of series we would want to see spin off from the franchise.

A Helen Mirren/Judi Dench London gang war. A Han origin story. Listen to episode four below for more of our brilliant (or silly) ideas. Spoiler alert, we cover some aspects and plot points from F9.

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