If there is one show that you should start binge-watching, it’s Alias Grace, a crime-drama Netflix series based on a 1996 novel of the same name. Written by Margaret Atwood, Alias Grace follows the story of Grace Marks, an Irish immigrant who becomes a domestic servant in Canada. In 1843, Grace is convicted of murdering her […]
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Lately, it seems like celebrities have caught the travel bug. Some flew off to Italy and others visited Japan. Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff are no exception as they took a last minute trip to Seoul, Korea a few days before their wedding. (Wink!) A post shared by Anne Curtis (@annecurtissmith) on Nov 3, 2017 […]
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The cult Australian horror film which we’re pretty sure would put any tourist off from visiting the country, Wolf Creek, returned as a television series late last year.
Well, it’s back again for a six-part second season, set to premiere on December 15 on Australian streaming service Stan. The announcement was made with a trailer, just in time for Halloween.
The premise is somewhat the same as previous iterations of the series, but this time it’s an entire busload of “soft tourists,” who find themselves running into trouble with the frightening Mick Taylor (played by John Jarratt) in the middle of the country’s outback. Read more…
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane seems to know a lot more than he gives off.
Following the allegations of sexual assault and harassment against Harvey Weinstein, a clip from the best supporting actress Oscar nominations in 2013 went viral.
MacFarlane made an awkward joke about the nominees, and congratulated them because they “no longer have to be pretend to be attracted” to Weinstein.
The couple’s names are always something like Janet and Derek. Before they even open their mouths, you know Janet will have the final say.
It’s a common fixture on the big screen and on TV: love teams. They’re a good source of that much-needed “kilig” in our jaded times. But they also pose a lot of problems in our mainstream consciousness. Real or reel, love teams can be a little problematic and perhaps we need to re-evaluate what they can […]
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On the opening episode of the 29th season of The Simpsons (yes, there’s been that many), the show closed with a moment of solidarity for the people of Puerto Rico.
A still of all The Simpsons characters remained on screen for five seconds at the end of the show, according to EW. It featured the Puerto Rico flag and Marge Simpson holding a sign with the word “unido,” — that’s “united” in English.
Here’s the image, as tweeted by the show’s Twitter account on Oct. 2, which included the handles for charities Unicef, Save the Children, and the One America Appeal. Read more…
Fox News Channel says the company knew a news analyst planned to file a lawsuit
The Simpsons has its fair share of classic episodes, and surely “Homer At The Bat” would be up there with the most memorable.
With its enviable list of baseball royalty and highly quotable moments, it’s the perfect subject for a mockumentary, which has been titled Springfield of Dreams: The Legend of Homer Simpson.
The hour-long special set to air on Sunday is produced by Fox Sports and Major League Baseball, featuring Morgan Spurlock of Super Size Me fame as the director, according to EW.
It’ll be a satirical take on Ken Burns’ 1994 miniseries Baseball, with the mockumentary featuring sportscasters like Joe Buck, as well as the players who appear in the episode such as Wade Boggs, Steve Sox and Jose Canseco. Read more…
Technologists, hackers, and journalists recap episode 1: “Power Saver Mode”
It’s almost a year since the first season of It Girls premiered. In a week, we’re going to see the lives of BFFs Solenn Heussaff and Georgina Wilson on It Girls Besties. Not just that, the trailer reveals that Jess Wilson, Martine Cajucom, Arthur Burnand, and Nico Bolzico are also in the show. A post shared by Solenn Heussaff […]
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Motherboard writers beef.
Comcast is launching yet another video streaming service for you to consider purchasing.
The cable giant announced today it’s launching Xfinity Instant TV, what is essentially a bundle of local broadcast networks, for $18 per month. The service will only be available to Comcast broadband subscribers.
The company said the new service is currently available in select areas and will be rolled out nationally in markets where Comcast is offered over the next two weeks.
This type of “over-the-top” offering is far from new. Comcast will be pitting itself against other services such as Sling TV, YouTube TV, and Hulu Live TV that also offer live television over the internet rather than a traditional cable subscription. Read more…
When you’re only trying to save health care for 30 million people, you’ve got to be a little persistent.
The man you’d least expect to be on the front foot for saving health care in America, Jimmy Kimmel, is far from resting in his battle to ensure the Graham-Cassidy bill doesn’t cut funding to the most vulnerable.
Entering into round three of the debate on Thursday night, Kimmel took aim at President Donald Trump, who recently got involved in the debate on Twitter (where else).
For Kimmel, Trump’s support for the bill is more about politics than it is about a bill that’s, you know, actually good. Read more…
How do you #KeepItKardashian? The tenth season of the (insert your chosen adjective here: controversial, mundane, life-changing, aggravating) Keeping Up with the Kardashians is coming this weekend. The teaser dropped today and it’s as extra as your check-out cart at Sephora. Deny it, love it, hate it, sing songs about it, the entertainment world has […]
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Are you looking for something to binge-watch on Netflix this week? Try watching some crime documentaries. There are many documentaries to choose from so we’ve narrowed it down to five. They range from full-length movies to ones that break it down to a series of episodes. These documentaries cover different cases from murder to false […]
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It’s a long time coming, but Nicole Kidman took home her first ever Emmy on Sunday night.
The actress won the Emmy for outstanding actress in a limited series or movie for her role as Celeste Wright in Big Little Lies, and Kidman made sure to use the spotlight for an important issue.
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In Big Little Lies, Kidman’s character is involved in an emotionally and physically abusive relationship. It’s a role the actress acknowledged how difficult it was to play.
During her acceptance speech, Kidman thanked her family for their sacrifices in letting her work on the show, but also how it brought to light the issue of domestic violence. Read more…
This year, it’s finally easy to live stream tonight’s Primetime Emmy Awards if you’re a cord cutter. While you could always invest in a digital antenna to watch broadcast stations, the live streaming options for this year’s Emmys are numerous, compared with the 2016 event. When the Emmys aired on ABC last year, streamers had to authenticate using their cable or satellite… Read More
If there is one show that’s surely making headlines it’s La Luna Sangre. The show is where Kathryn Bernardo is showing off her acting chops and also marks the return of Richard Gutierrez to primetime after signing on with ABS-CBN. This week fans of the show are in for an extra treat as Angel Locsin, […]
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