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NYC Daily Roundup 11/23: 'Hawkeye' series holds specials screening, Giants lose to Tampa Bay & more news

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By Anthony Payero

(NEW YORK) Welcome back to the New York City Daily Roundup! Today is Tuesday, Nov. 23, and we are only two days away from Thanksgiving! A holiday that can hold a lot of family fun, good food and perhaps one or two quality football games.

Nonetheless, it's the official start of the holiday season and hopefully, a time that New Yorkers look forward to as the city continues to embrace a return to normalcy after many events were postponed last year due to COVID-19.

Before kicking off the festivities, here's what you need to know this Tuesday:

1.) Disney+'s 'Hawkeye' presented to select fans at AMC Lincoln Square screening

Jeremy Renner and Haillee Steinfeld were joined by the rest of the "Hawkeye" cast for the series' special screening at AMC Lincoln Square on Monday. The new Disney+ show will be available on the platform this Wednesday with a two-episode premiere.

"The show is set also in a very appropriate world ... New York at Christmas, going to see a Broadway show," Renner said. "Everything is very relatable so it's almost like an every man in extraordinary circumstances."

2.) New York Giants troubled by offensive problems, lose to Bucs on road

The New York Giants may be searching for a new offensive coordinator after only scoring 10 points in their road loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Head coach Joe Judge faced multiple questions after the game about OC Jason Garrett but did not give a clear answer regarding Garrett's future with the team.

“We’ll assess everything as a team, make any move we need to,” he said.

"We’ve got to do a better job scoring points,” he said. “That sounds pretty obvious. We’ve got to do a better job of putting players in [a] position to make plays. We’ve [Giants coaching staff] got to put them in a better position to capitalize."

3.) Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club provides Thanksgiving meals for nearly 150 families

Jimmy Jazz and the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club joined up to distribute Thanksgiving meals to nearly 150 families in The Bronx on Monday.

"Jimmy Jazz has been a large supportive of Kips Bay on these last couple years and obviously through the pandemic. Any relief that we can give these parents by giveaways will always be a bonus," says Sinclair Hollingsworth, director of operations at Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.

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