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Celebrate Shark Week 2020 With the Top 10 Pop Culture Sharks

Ba-dump. Ba-dump. Ba-dump. Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water... it's time for Discovery's Shark Week. The jaws-some fun starts on Sunday, Aug. 9, and runs until Sunday, Aug. 16.   To celebrate this annual Ode to Sharks, we've compiled a list of the Top 10 sharks from a

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Virus-quieted oceans open window for Shark Week researchers

The coronavirus pandemic forced people to stay put, but it gave sharks a travel passport and scientists a rare opportunity.   Ocean spots cleared of fishing boats and other intrusions by COVID-19 quarantines saw increased and even unusual marine life behavior - and Discovery Channel’s Shark W

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The Alienist: The Monstrosity Of Humanity and What This Means For Season 2

"We set out to find a monster, but all we found was a wounded child."   Those were Dr. Laszlo Kreizler's (DANIEL BRUHL) words during the final minutes of "THE ALIENIST's" season one finale. The finale concluded a season-long arc in which our central trio relentlessly searched for a serial killer mur

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Edge-to-Edge Performance commercial

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Shark Week 2020 TV Schedule

It is time once again for Shark Week on Discovery. If you're "chomping" at the bit to get started, Shark Week runs from Aug. 9-16 with more than 20 hours of programming.   Here is the TV schedule; all times Eastern.

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How Emmy Raver-Lampman’s Storyline on ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Mirrors the Black Lives Matter Movement

Emmy Raver-Lampman had never been on TV before she was cast on The Umbrella Academy. “I had just moved to L.A. and was kind of wrapping my head around how to make a self tape and how to work Dropbox,” says Raver-Lampman, who was best known for her work on Broadway in New York at the time. “I was rea

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Remembering Silvio Horta, Ugly Betty’s Creator And A Champion For Latinx Representation

Before taking his own life at the age of 45, Silvio Horta was a writing wunderkind who was best known as the creator of the hit TV show "Ugly Betty", now considered a lynchpin of Latinx representation and empowerment in the entertainment world.   Though his own story ended tragically, Horta's work i

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Five Real Life Issues Affecting Fictional Characters of Showtimes' THE CHI

Season two of Showtime’s "THE CHI" left viewers to mull over the tale of the scorpion and the frog: The scorpion asks the frog for a lift across the river. The frog is immediately faced with a dilemma because he is afraid of being stung, but the scorpion says that if he did so, they would both drown

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5 TV Shows That Broke Ground With LGBTQ Dads

With popular television series like ABC's "Modern Family" and Netflix's "Grace and Frankie" featuring same-(Edited per community guidelines) parents, it's easy to forget that depictions of LGBTQ families on the small screen were almost nonexistent not too long ago. These five series broke ground by

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Coronavirus-Inspired Episodes of Our Favorite TV Shows

Some of the most compelling content is ripped from the headlines, but these days, it seems like there's only one headline: CORONAVIRUS.   And while we hope to never hear that word again once this PANDEMIC passes, we thought it might be a welcomed distraction to imagine COVID-19-inspired episodes of

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The Surge of Kids Content in Lockdown

During the worldwide lockdown that has gripped us owing to the coronavirus pandemic, parents have had to become somewhat savvy at home-schooling their children. Relevant programming across kids TV platforms has been a game-changer in helping adults with the task.   The impact of children’s televisio

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Revolution, Streamed: Rappers DaBaby and Lil Baby Make Protest Music for the Masses

In the music video for his new protest single, "The Bigger Picture," hip-hop star Lil Baby zigzags through the streets of his hometown, Atlanta, on a bike during recent protests wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt and a face mask that says No Justice No Peace. Interspersed with clips of the artist

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