Instagram announced new show series with Post Malone – exclusively on Messenger and Instagram through Watch Together.
Watch Together on Messenger was also expanded with content from Lionsgate, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Warner Bros. but now Instagram is announcing a new show series featuring Post Malone, available exclusively on Messenger and Instagram through Watch Together.
The series – Post Malone’s Celebrity World Pong League – will be made up of 10 episodes and will air on Wednesdays and Fridays, starting on November 18.
Each episode will feature Post Malone “going head-to-head against his celebrity friends including Doja Cat, Machine Gun Kelly, Quavo, and Saweetie in a battle to become the World Pong Champion.” The first episode features the battle between Post Malone and Tyla Yaweh and Machine Gun Kelly.
How to Use Watch Now on Instagram and Messenger
To start watching the show with your friends start a video call on Messenger or Instagram, or create a new Messenger Room.
Within your Instagram video call, just tap the media button in the bottom right and go to the ‘TV & Movies’ tab. Within a Messenger video call, swipe up to see the menu and select Watch Together. Then go to the ‘TV & Movies’ tab from there. You will then be able to choose different content to watch with friends.
Watch Together lets people tune into IGTV, Reels, TV shows, movies, and trending videos, and interact in real-time over video chats with others. The feature is now available on Messenger for anyone who updates to the new Messenger experience on Instagram that was announced recently.
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