Appleosophy Streaming Picks: November 29-December 5

Appleosophy | Appleosophy Streaming Picks: November 29-December 5

Happy Black Friday 2019! If you have not done so, please check out our article that has some of the best deals for Apple products on Black Friday from Best Buy, Target and Walmart.

Whether you went Black Friday shopping or are just looking to have a lazy weekend after Thanksgiving, we think that we might have just what you are looking for, in terms of what to watch this weekend and what to watch throughout next week.

Like we said in last week’s Streaming Picks, we are going to be listing at least three Christmas movies/specials to watch every week until Christmas Day.


  • Sonic X: With the new film coming up in early-2020, Netflix is adding the first two seasons of the old 4Kids TV animated TV series to their catalog on December 1.


  • Silicon Valley (Season 6, Episode 6): In the episode leading up to the series finale, everything could be on the line. The episode’s plot is, “A major event puts PiperNet’s capabilities to the test; Monica confronts Jian-Yang over his use of Pied Piper’s name,” according to iMDB. This episode will premiere on HBO at 10 p.m. ET and be available to stream on HBO NOW and HBO Go at the time the episode premieres on the HBO channel. The same can be said for other streaming services where HBO is an add-on.


  • Servant: This is a new TV series that was released on Apple TV+ yesterday and the first three episodes of the series are available to stream from the service.



  • Molly’s Game: If you want to learn about poker, this is a great movie to do that for you. It is currently available to stream on Showtime.


  • We’ll Never Have Paris: Believe it or not, this is actually about how Simon Helberg met and eventually married his wife. There is no streaming service for it, but it can be rented from Prime Video for $3.99. It’s not iTunes or Apple TV, but it is available to purchase from them for $9.99.


  • Galaxy Quest: This cult classic just turned 20 years old this year, with a documentary called Never Surrender: A Galaxy Quest Documentary is set to be released on December 17. To watch Galaxy Quest, the only way to do so is to rent it from the Apple TV app for $3.99. 


Christmas Movies:

  • The Santa Claus movie series: All three of these classic films starring Tim Allen can be streamed on Disney+.


  • Pete’s Christmas: Although not a Christmas classic like How The Grinch Stole Christmas, this movie stars Zachary Gordon (from the Diary of a Wimpy Kid films) as he gets multiple attempts to make Christmas right for himself and his family. The film can be streamed on Prime Video.


  • Christmas With the Kranks: Tim Allen really has hit the jackpot with holiday season royalties, right? With that said, the film is currently available to stream on Netflix now and all throughout the Christmas season.



  • Minnesota Vikings vs. Seattle Seahawks (NFL): We’re getting near the end of the regular season in the NFL and this NFC battle looks to be a good one. It will be at 8:15 p.m. ET, Monday, December 2, on ESPN. To stream the game, click here.


  • #5 Alabama vs. #15 Auburn (College Football): With starting Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa out for the season with a hip injury, it makes this game a bit more interesting. The 2019 Iron Bowl will be at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, November 30, on CBS. Click here to stream the game.


  • New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans: We usually do not recommend more than one NFL game per week, but this week is the exception since this is a big AFC game and will have a national audience like our previous NFL game recommendation. This game will be played at 7:20 p.m. ET on Sunday, December 1, on NBC. Click here to find out how to stream the game.


David Becker
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