Anything goes video chat
The past season and a half have seen declines in audience, and the quality has dropped significantly. Ironic because this episode didn't feature Versace. I admit it is sometimes difficult to watch and enjoy because the lead character is, shall we say, like a devil. (Guest star) Judith Light will almost surely receive well-deserved award nominations. The episode you're referring to is the third of the season, and is centered on one of Andrew Cunanan's (Darren Criss) earlier victims, Lee Miglin (Mike Farrell), a Chicago real estate mogul, and his wife Marilyn (Light), who has a successful cosmetics line.It's not quite the phenomenon it once was, and a lot of the online buzz for it has moved on to newer shows. It was my favorite episode of the eight I've seen (there are nine in total), in part because it left the Versaces behind. Yes, although the creators probably wouldn't call it a ploy.When it does, you should be able to see a video call icon in every conversation with a contact who has Duo installed.
The show garnered 19.8 million viewers, its lowest total since 2009 and down more than 6 million from last year.
Artem spotted this on the in-call screen of the new Pixel 2 XL during Google's event last week.
A "video call" button shows up when talking to a contact who has enabled Duo, and tapping it hangs up the current voice call and starts a Duo video call with that person.
Duo has started to establish itself in Google's Android suite of apps and products, and the company has recently been preparing to integrate it further into its existing apps and thus make it easier for any Duo user to video call their contacts.
Now we have one integration going live and two on the way.