February 22, 2017

RK Playlists and Streams

Here’s what the Rippe Keane Crew is listening to at work!

And here’s what we’re binge-watching at night!

The Eighties on Netflix Taking a trip back in time to examine TV’s most influential decade, The Eighties.

This is Us on NBC (and Hulu) It’s not just about unique, very different people who share a birthday, but it’s about how their life stories intertwine that has people in our office glued to the TV.

The OA on Netflix A young woman who is blind went “missing” seven years ago and returns home with 20/20 vision. This thriller has us glued to the TV to find out what exactly happened during those seven years.


And here are a few great shows we finished watching, but still highly recommend!


Orphan Black’ on BBC America This series follows Sarah who witnesses the suicide of a woman named Beth, who looks exactly like her. Assuming Beth’s identity brings her trouble that includes a deadly conspiracy. Catch up on the first fours seasons before the fifth and final airs in 2017.


‘Stranger Things’ on Netflix The Netflix-original drama, captivated many in our office when it first aired. Since it’s impossible to explain, watch the trailer and then binge on this mind-bending thriller.


‘Westworld’ on HBO In keeping with this post’s theme of thrilling, mind-bending and impossible to stop watching, we give you Westworld. It’s set in a futuristic theme park populated by artificial beings that will grab you and you won’t be able to stop watching until you’ve seen the end.

‘Moone Boy’ on Hulu This sweet Irish series will make you laugh and cry. It’s a coming-of-age story that mixes in colorful Irish language and a storyline that keeps you glued to the tele. Pour yourself a cup of tea and put on a wooley jumper, and you’ll be ready for this amazing series.


‘Mozart in the Jungle’ on Netflix Sex, drugs, and classical music. What else do you really need? This show is a Katie Hill favorite, making her wish she had stayed with classical flute rather than being distracted by boys. Who knew they could all go together?


‘Black Mirror’ on Netflix Black Mirror is a mind bending Twilight Zone-esque mind melt. This show can’t really be binge watched, because your head will explode into a million pieces, but is worth your time if you love technology, riveting storytelling, and being a little suspended in confusion.