Since rolling out Facebook Live to people and publishers around the world, we’ve seen incredible adoption and engagement with the new format.

We’ve been inspired by the creativity we’ve seen so far, and with this weekly series, we’ll highlight some interesting Facebook Live videos from the past week.

Here are 10 standout live videos:

 1. The Cleveland Indians used Facebook Live to bring fans into their clubhouse celebration after the team clinched a World Series berth.

 

2. NBC News went live with their Chief Foreign Correspondent, Richard Engel, from Iraq taking questions about Mosul, while Bilds Paul Ronzheimer also went live from the northern city.

 

3. CryptTV used Facebook Live to debut its live-action horror film “Stream,” about a girl in a game of kill-or-be-killed.

 

4. The Chicago Cubs went live for their postgame press conference after winning their first National League pennant in 71 years.

 

5. Digital star Amanda Cerny went live from her hotel room in Amsterdam to chat with fans about her schedule and the process behind her video blogging.

 

6. MLB on FOX went live for a unique second-screen experience during Game Four of the National League Championship Series between the Cubs and Dodgers, allowing fans to hear real-time analysis from Alex Rodriguez and have their questions answered on-air.

 

7. Photographer Mario Testino went live with Vogue fashion journalist Hamish Bowles for a special tour of his museum MATE.

 

8. NPR‘s Ari Shapiro used Live in his field reporting, interviewing a blacksmith at The Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center in Mountain City, Georgia.

 

9. The CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend used Facebook Live for a set tour in honor of the season two premiere, led by cast member Vincent Rodriguez III with a cameo by c0-creator and star Rachel Bloom.

 

10. Several news organizations used Facebook Live to stream the third U.S. presidential debate including: The New York Times, AJ+, PBS NewsHour, Univision Politica, The Washington Post, and ABC News, and Fox News, who encouraged their viewers to join the conversation on Facebook by commenting, and included commentary from Fox News hosts and contributors.