Advertising and marketing and media functions for Nov. 15 to Nov. 21

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Nov. 17

Lowe’s stories 3rd-quarter earnings. The property enhancement chain has witnessed gross sales rise during the pandemic as clients focus on their houses and renovation jobs, but offer problems and a renewed shelling out aim on travel could inform a different story for dwelling-focused manufacturers in the upcoming.

Goal reports 3rd-quarter earnings. The retailer a short while ago debuted a getaway advertisement campaign pushing the value of its merchandise as a place for people on a spending plan this 12 months.

“Tiger King 2,” the sequel series to the 2020 legitimate crime documentary sequence (and early-pandemic cultural phenomenon), debuts on Netflix.

Nov. 18

Petco announces 3rd-quarter earnings. The pet solution vendor has been reworking by itself into a wellbeing and wellness organization, and not too long ago unveiled a new retail outlet in New York for its higher-conclusion Reddy model, findable by scented paw prints.

Nov. 19

“King Richard” hits theaters and HBO Max, starring Will Smith portraying the father of Serna and Venus Williams. The Hollywood Reporter reports Smith paid funds bonuses to co-stars—including Saniyya Sidney and Demi Singleton, who engage in Venus and Serena—to compensate for dropped theater returns from the twin launch.

Nov. 20-21

The 49th Yearly American Songs Awards telecast airs Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET on ABC Cardi B is set to host.