It’s Friday night and you fall on to the couch anxious to watch something new, but like the menu at The Cheesecake Factory…the possibilities are endless. Which is why you listen to Stream(H)er.
Host Melissa Radke is the best friend you had in college who has seen it all - and she has opinions about it. She either loves it or hates it, and wants to give you her opinion on every bit of it.
From Netflix to Hulu, Disney+ to AppleTV, HBOMax to Peacock and Prime,
Stream(H)er is where you go to find out if Servant is really that good (it is) and if 6 Underground really sucks (it does).
After all, it was your best friend that fixed you up with your husband - so chances are, if she likes it, you will to.
This podcast may use dynamic content insertion and uses a unique domain
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Stream(H)er is able to use the above tools since its podcast host or measurement company offers this service. It doesn’t mean that this individual podcast uses them, or has access to this functionality. We use open data.
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