Besides a one-off show in Austin, Texas, last month, alleged Illuminati clone Taylor Swift has been pretty quiet on the live front this year. Is she prepping a new album? we whispered into the void. If only there was a place where we could gaze upon her visage 24 hours a day, the void whispered back.
The void (aka AT&T) has made the latter a reality with the announcement of Taylor Swift Now, a new channel included in its DirecTV Now streaming service, which launches Nov. 30. TSN will feature “never seen” videos, live performances, archival clips, and original content spread out over 13 episodes. And possibly a loop of Swift holding cats to distract us from our terrifying new reality.
The new DirecTV services were demoed on Monday in New York City, and the presentation reportedly featured the tagline “Let Freedom Stream.” Critics have already called out AT&T for threatening net neutrality with the service, which it offers to DirecTV customers for free, putting streaming competitors at a disadvantage.
Reese Witherspoon will also have her own channel in this blonde new world.
H/T AV Club