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What’s new for home viewing on video-on-demand and Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and other streaming services.
New DVD releases look at different aspects of what it means to be a hero.
The new year isn’t even a month old, and a new superhero is charging onto the scene, smashing into the jam-packed universe already occupied by Superman, Batman, Thor, Wonder Woman and a seemingly endless parade of costumed crime fighters. But the producers of “Black Lightning,” the new CW series based on the DC Comics character that launched Tuesday, have a broader agenda than creating another fantastic world where good battles evil.
After a mesmerizing look back at the O.J. Simpson murder case, this anthology series from prolific producer Ryan Murphy turns its attention to the 1997 murder of fashion icon Gianni Versace (Edgar Ramirez).
The latest rising star on the cable channel, “Andi Mack’s” Peyton Elizabeth Lee, sees the success of her show not so much about her, but about the series in general.
Former President Barack Obama has some solid advice for dads dancing on the edge of embarrassing their daughters: “Stay in the pocket.”
The morning after making history as the first black man to win a Golden Globe Award for lead actor in a TV drama, Sterling K. Brown fulfilled an acceptance speech promise: He took his 6-year-old son Andrew to school.
Word is the third season of “The Crown” won’t be released until 2019, so what’s a royal obsessive to do in the interim? Some ideas on what to read and watch while you wait.
“Half the country voted for him, half of them didn’t. It’s just realistic,” she added, according to the New York Times.
What’s new for home viewing on video-on-demand and Netflix, Amazon Prime, and other streaming services.
Oprah Winfrey’s moving speech at the Golden Globes has some fans and fellow celebrities calling for her presidential run.
Normally, this celebration of the year’s best movies and TV shows is a fun, free-wheeling and booze-filled bash. But as Hollywood continues to be rocked by claims of sexual harassment and assault, it’s unclear how current events will affect the proceedings. Of course, a sense of unpredictability often can make for good TV.
Alex Trebek’s no-nonsense tone is something of his trademark. The “Jeopardy!” host has employed it in more than 6,800 episodes of the game show, doling out kind rebukes and droll affirmations to players. Trebek used that same tone Thursday to announce on YouTube that he’s on a leave of absence from the show after undergoing brain surgery for blood clots – medically known as subdural hematoma – that were “caused by a fall I endured two months ago.”
The Wikipedia rabbit hole is real, especially while watching television. The site confirmed this Wednesday when editors revealed the most-read English Wikipedia articles of 2017, and seemed fascinated by how many on the list had to do with pop culture, particularly TV shows.
Seth Meyers regularly blends bad news with comedy on his nightly talk show, but as the host of Sunday’s Golden Globes, he has the unenviable task of setting the tone for Hollywood’s awards season as the sexual harassment crisis continues spreading throughout the industry and beyond.
Angela Bassett turns 60 this year and she’s determined to act her age. So she’ll be starting the year getting shot at and assaulted by bad guys, and defending herself accordingly. It’s all part of her role as an L.A. street cop named Athena Grant in “9-1-1,” a new series about first responders that premiered Wednesday on Fox.
Organizers said Wednesday that Olivia Munn will host the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards to be broadcast Jan. 11 on the CW.
Chip Gaines announced Tuesday on Instagram that he and his wife, Joanna Gaines, are expecting their fifth child. He shared a photo of the couple with the caption “Gaines party of 7.”
NBC News Chairman Andy Lack announced that Kotb will team with co-anchor Savannah Guthrie for the 7 a.m.-to-9 a.m. segment of the program. It marks the first time in the 65-year history of “Today” that two-female co-anchors have led the program during its flagship hours.
A new version of an old classic and a new story from a veteran action hero star are among the new DVD releases coming out Tuesday.
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