How to Watch “A League Of Their Own” Deleted Scenes

Imagine this: you’ve already watched Prime Video’s A League Of Their Own TV series all the way through five times, read every recap, learned the history, laughed at the homophobic reviews, taken the quiz, spotted the easter eggs — and still, you want more! Well, have I got news for you: there are five (5) deleted scenes available on Prime Video.

All you’ve gotta do is click on “X-Ray” when you’re viewing an episode and then click on “Bonus Content.” (The bonus content doesn’t show up when I try to access it through my Apple TV, but it’s easily accessible on my computer interface and also works for a Fire Stick.) You can do this episode by episode but If you wanna just see the full suite of bonus content available, then go to Episode 8 and do the aforementioned steps and you should find five deleted scenes from the whole season: Clance’s Mansion, Sounds Crowded, It’s In The Walls Now, Free Hot Dogs and Push Back When Provoked. There are also “Inside the Episodes” for every episode of the series!

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There might be even more where that came from! A fan recently tweeted about the bar scene where it’s revealed that Jess witnessed Carson and Greta falling asleep in each other’s arms, and co-creator Will Graham said that scene actually was written and shot, and then everybody was like EXCUSE ME CAN WE SEE and he was like, I’m looking into it!


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13 Comments

  1. “Imagine this: you’ve already watched Prime Video’s A League Of Their Own TV series all the way through five times, read every recap, learned the history, laughed at the homophobic reviews, taken the quiz, spotted the easter eggs — and still, you want more!”
    The was so accurate to me, I had to laugh a lot when reading it. Thanks so much for the information, I was one of those thirsty for more content – also the creators speaking about their intentions etc. Very grateful!

  2. I have to keep thinking how this series is something like come-to-life and expensive fan fiction (or correction) for many queer people who loved the movie but wished some things had been differently:
    – That Dottie hat stayed and continued playing baseball when her husband returned
    – That Dottie had been queer
    – That they hadn’t straight-washed so many of the players
    – That the male coach had not been this central figure with a story from cynical alcoholic to (I guess) beloved team coach (this experiences and the womens’ dedication teach him to be a better human blah blah)
    – That they had not just told the stories of white women
    … What did I forget, or what are your points?

    • Yes, it’s such a gift in that way. I’ve seen some people calling for similar reworks of stories where you feel like a whole sapphic arc was left it – Bend It Like Beckham, for one.

      (I get why Gurinda Chadha chose to focus on the first generation of immigrant family narrative at the time, but I think we’d be ready for it to have the queer story too, now. (And I’ve just realised why I expect Jonathan Rhys Meyers to be a baddie in everything he does, heh.))

  3. UMMM did they ALSO write & shoot what in the hell Max & Esther were up to in Rice Lake?????? Chante Adams & Andia Winslow did a HELLUVA job with smiles & i think if the whole throwing flour scene in Fried Green Tomatoes counts as a sex scene (i think i read here that the director thought it did?) then Max & Esther’s SMILES between the door & the bus definitely also count as one but since i reject the premise that the flour scene is a sex scene. . . i mean COME ON. . . .

    • i mean tbh i ammmm actually more interested in their dialogue if i have to pick one (BUT I DON”T) – like how are they gonna navigate the whole being on a team thing? BOUNDARIES & EXPECTATIONS? and their different realities meeting? power dynamics? SO MANY QUESTIONNNNSSSSS

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