The Getaway Car - Netflix

Presented by Dermot O'Leary, the Saturday night entertainment show, The Getaway Car, will see couples compete in a series of exciting driving challenges that test the limits of their relationships behind the wheel of a car. Can married couples, grandparents and grandchildren, brothers and sisters or best friends work together to scoop the top prize? Or for that matter, will they still be talking afterwards?

The Getaway Car is packed with thrills, laughter and challenges. At the centre of the show is the fastest driver of his generation: the enigmatic, the iconic, The Stig. Nobody said winning the money would be easy.

12 x 60 minute episodes have been ordered.

The Getaway Car - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 55 minutes

Premier: 2016-01-16

The Getaway Car - Reputation (Taylor Swift album) - Netflix

Reputation (stylized as reputation) is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. It was released on November 10, 2017, through Big Machine Records. The record was primarily produced by Jack Antonoff, Max Martin, Shellback and Swift herself, who also serves as the executive producer. Featured artists included on the album are English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and American rapper Future. The album has topped the charts in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. According to Nielsen SoundScan, Reputation sold 1.216 million copies in the United States during its first week of release (instantly becoming 2017's best-selling album in the country), along with 2 million copies worldwide.

The Getaway Car - Music and lyrics - Netflix

Greg Kot, writing for Chicago Tribune, described the album as “another shift, this time into electronic pop”. Neil McCormick, from The Daily Telegraph, defined it as “brash, weaponised pop”, while Rolling Stone's Rob Sheffield said that “Reputation builds on the synth-pop of 1989”. Swift explained that the album had a linear timeline, starting with how she felt when she started working on the album, and transitioning to how she feels now. The album's opener, “...Ready for It?”, is a “pop-oriented”, “electronic-inspired” electropop and industrial pop song, with elements of tropical house, dubstep and trap music. Swift states the song “introduces a metaphor you may hear more of throughout the rest album, which is like this kind of Crime and Punishment metaphor”. The track is “basically about finding your own partner in crime”, Swift said. “I Did Something Bad”, the album's third song, was written on the piano. Swift explained to iHeartRadio that the idea for the production of the song came to her in a dream. Swift described the concept to producer Max Martin, and Martin used Swift's voice and pitched it down to create the effect that takes place after the chorus. Swift's goal for “Delicate” was to use the vocoder to create an “emotional” and “vulnerable” sound for the track. She explains the song is about, “what happens when you meet somebody that you really want in your life and then you start worrying about what they've heard before they met you.” Lead single “Look What You Made Me Do” started out as a poem and is “about realizing that you couldn't trust certain people, but realizing you appreciate the people you can trust.” It interpolates the song “I'm Too Sexy” by the British dance-pop group Right Said Fred. Swift structured “King of My Heart” such that each individual section of the song was its own phase of a relationship, with the sections getting deeper and more fast-paced as the song went on. The twelfth song on the album, “Dress”, contains many lines that Swift had “came up with like a year before”. It was described by critics as Swift's “sexiest song to date” and bringing out her sensual side at last. “Call It What You Want” was recorded at Jack Antonoff's home studio in Brooklyn. Swift said the song best represents her current emotional state. The album's closer, “New Year's Day”, explores the flip side of the romanticism of a New Year's Eve kiss, and is about how the one that sticks around the next day to “give you Advil and clean up the house” is the person that matters more.

The Getaway Car - References - Netflix