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Why Veep is a Lot Closer to the Real Thing Than You’d Think

"Veep" may seem like nonsense, with the constant infighting and cattiness. However, the reality of politics now – and throughout history – are a lot closer to HBO's hit comedy than you'd think...

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Scratch Your Bachelor/ette Itch With HBO Max’s International Versions

Attention, "Bachelor" fans! Are you sitting at home this summer feeling bummed out that we didn't get a new season of "The Bachelorette" or a new season of "Bachelor in Paradise" at all this year? While you eagerly await watching Clare Crawley (and Tayshia Adams!) look for love in the time of corona

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The Top 10 Halloween TV Episodes, From ‘Friends’ to ‘South Park’

The leaves are turning, the thermometer is dropping and pumpkins are popping up on people's front porches, which can only mean one thing — fall is here, and with it comes one of the most fun holidays of the entire year. Halloween is the perfect holiday for people of all ages because if you like to b

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TV News Coverage of Bush vs. Gore Is a Scary Reminder of What Can Go Wrong on Election Night

It was well past 3 a.m. Eastern time on Nov. 8, 2000, when NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw looked into a camera on his network's election night set and delivered what is likely the most humbling remark to come from a television journalist. "We don't have egg on our face," Brokaw said. "We have omelet

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Johnny Lawrence and Danny Larusso Are Back and Ready to Tackle the Next Generation in the Netflix Series Cobra Kai

Fans eager for a The Karate Kid reunion with William Zabka and Ralph Macchio will not be disappointed, but this series delivers where most sequels fall short – it evolves the original characters and adds depth to a story we didn’t know we needed to be continued. The pair’s next chapter thrills wi

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Game of Thrones Season 8 - Episode 5 Recap "Endings"

Warning – Series Spoilers Ahead   Spoiler (Highlight to read) Let’s just get right into it – our beloved show is going to end. Anyone who thought there would be a peaceful transition of power was wrong (although I doubt many actually thought that as… well, it’s Game of Thrones). They had me in the f

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The Spanish Princess is Perfect for Fans of The Other Boleyn Girl

When it comes to King Henry VIII’s infamous six wives, Anne Boleyn usually gets all the attention. Not only is her whirlwind royal romance filled with flirtatious intrigue, it also singlehandedly changed the course of British history, as seen in the 2008 Natalie Portman film "The Other Boleyn Girl".

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Turning Points in Time: TV Any History Buff Will Love

Take a walk through time with these extraordinary historical series and miniseries, streaming now on HBO Max!

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Swabs, Masks, Action! Filmmaking Through a Pandemic

“You get used to sticking a six-inch cotton-wool bud up your nose and down your tonsils every morning,” says Richard Clark. He is describing his typical working day. “The masks are quite suffocating. They’re quite sweaty. You don’t drink as much water, and so people dehydrate. You get headaches. Cer

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Need a new TV show to get into? Start with these 9 great British and Aussie imports

You may recall that a little show called "Fleabag" killed at the Emmys last year, and you may further know that it was a British show carried to America by Amazon Prime. And you may have noticed another talked-about British series, "I May Destroy You," which plays on HBO, and which would seem likely

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‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Is A Netflix Hit And A Worthy Companion To ‘Jurassic Park’

In a skewed way, the first two major Netflix NFLX animated spin-offs from Universal’s two biggest franchises are doing a better job of the whole “cinematic universe” thing than we saw with Solo: A Star Wars Story. That’s not a quality judgment per-se, as the Ron Howard-directed Han Solo prequel is a

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What to Know Before Watching “The Good Lord Bird”: A Primer on Black Abolitionists in America

October 4th marks the premiere date of “The Good Lord Bird,” Showtime’s limited series about white abolitionist John Brown. Brown went down in history as the leader of the 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry, a three-day standoff in Virginia between Brown’s small company and the U.S. Marines, which he hoped

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