‘Saved By The Bell’ And ‘The Flight Attendant’ Compete For Thanksgiving Streams

One is a revival of a classic 1990s sitcom. And the other stars one of the leading actors from the biggest sitcom in recent history. Saved by the Bell (Peacock) and The Flight Attendant (HBO Max) have both landed on streaming in time for Thanksgiving, but which one is America watching?

The long-awaited reboot of Saved by the Bell is one of the calling cards of NBC Universal’s
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new Peacock streaming service and premiered its entire first season on Wednesday. WarnerMedia’s HBO Max launched the first three episodes of Flight Attendant Thursday after a weeklong preview window of the first episode for non-subscribers.

Both Peacock and Max are betting big on these buzzy new shows helping the fledgling streamers break big in Year 1, relying on familiar intellectual property and familiar names to draw in subscribers to compete with Disney+ and Netflix

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Morning Bell With Jim Cramer: Buy General Electric

Dow futures gains as stocks power higher on the AstraZeneca vaccine update, which showed a 70% efficacy rate across all doses in late-stage trial data.

In the last episode of Mad Money, Jim Cramer said that the stock market is a tug-of-war between the virus and the vaccine, and also between Biden versus Trump. Hopefully, during next week’s holiday-shortened week, we will get some clarity on both.

TheStreet’s Katherine Ross and Cramer are talking about buying General Electric, Arcturus vaccine, and Roblox filing to go public.

General Electric Stock: Buy or Sell?

The General Electric  (GE) – Get Report unit GE Healthcare announced Friday that it has acquired Swedish startup Prismatic Sensors, a company that specializes in photon-counting detectors for medical x-ray imaging that it said will dramatically improve body-scan imaging.

In a statement, GE said it will apply Prismatic Sensors’ technology, called PCCT, or Deep Silicon Detectors,

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