The Mashable Show is back for its third and final day of SXSW coverage, and we're going out with a bang. Get ready for Grover, Adrian Grenier.
In case you haven't heard, Mashable and Twitter have teamed up to create The Mashable Show, live streaming the best of SXSW 2017 straight to your personal timeline.
The exclusive 90-minute stream of all things Interactive, Film and Music at South By will complete it's three-day run on March 12 at 1 p.m. EST—and we saved some of our best for last.
Sunday's exciting lineup promises celebrity interviews, crazy games, and of course, the hottest arrivals in tech.
You can look forward to these Day Three highlights:
If you watched Day One and Two of The Mashable Show, you know there is no better co-host than a Muppet.
Entourage fans, this one's for you.
Adrian Grenier will be stopping by Sunday's edition of The Mashable Show, and while he's best known for his iconic role Vincent Chase in Entourage (and maybe more importantly, a Britney Spears video), he's actually at the festival for a very different reason.
The actor joins the SXSW lineup with his incredible documentary and VR experience, "The Lonely Whale," that allows viewers into the depths of the ocean to explore how pollution impacts whales and other marine life. With a resume this diverse, anything could happen in the interview.
Here's a quick overview of Grenier's project:
Levi's Tech Jacket
We're finally going to get to see this technological masterpiece in action.
With its Spring 2017 release date finally approaching (please buy it for us), Sunday's The Mashable Show will give you an exclusive first look at the long-awaited product.
If you've been on any social network ever, you've probably seen one of Todrick Hall's unbelievable vocal compilations.
The famed Youtuber, one-time American Idol contestant, and current lead in Broadway's Kinky Boots will stop by The Mashable Show on Sunday. Hall is premiering his first film, Behind The Curtain, at 2017's SXSW festival - and believe us when we say, you won't want to miss this interview.
Reminisce on his ultra-viral Beyoncé mash-up here:
Taco Roulette, with Hannah Hart and Mamrie Hart
It's Texas after all, people.
Merry South By, everyone. We'll see you from Texas, on the 'stream.