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Love Them Or Hate Them, You’ll Never Forget Your ‘Friends From College’


Netflix’s upcoming comedy series, Friends From College, from comedy duo Nick Stoller and Francesca Delbanco, premieres on July 14 and we’ve got the official trailer!
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Anne with an E

Depression, bullying, robbery, and child abuse. It should come as no surprise that they are some of the topics explored in Breaking Bad producer Moira Walley- Beckett’s newest television series. What is surprising, is that the new series is a re-imagining of the wholesome novel, cherished by generations, Anne of Green Gables. It’s the Netflix series, Anne with an E.

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Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Six Books To Stuff Into Stockings*

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Being literate is especially important in our current post-truth, post-facts world. And it’s especially significant when you need to take a break from reality, look into the roots of current affairs, or just expand your horizons a little.

Here are six books that fit the bill.
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The Librarians S03 E02: And the Fangs of Death

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We learned many lessons in last week’s season premiere episode of The Librarians. In this week’s episode, we learn never to rely on overly friendly, Canadian security guards or immortal trust falls.

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Prologue to CW’s “Heroes v Aliens”

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Television crossovers rarely happened in the past, and when they did, it was more in the way of a backdoor pilot or a guest-star role. Things like Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley spring to mind, but there were full-blown crossovers in the past – doctors from St. Elsewhere visited the bar Cheers, and Charlie’s Angels solved a mystery on The Love Boat – but in an age where we have huge extended continuities like the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it happens a lot more often. Meet me after the jump and we’ll discuss one of the most ambitious crossovers in recent television history – Heroes v Aliens, Invasion in the Arrowverse!

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An “Anne Of Green Gables” Superfan Watches The Latest Adaptation

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I’ve been obsessed with Anne of Green Gables since I was a kid, and I’m always a bit nervous when new adaptations appear. I never want to see anything that ruins my Anne, so as I sat down to watch the PBS Holiday special, I crossed my fingers, and did my best to keep an open mind.

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Netflix and Mom: Mothers and Daughters Bond Over “Gilmore Girls”

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Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is a little over a week away from premiering on Netflix. In times of uncertainty, what’s more appealing than some great mother/daughter bonding time?
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Dead or Alive Lead Singer Pete Burns Dead at 57

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Less than a week before the special release of Dead or Alive’s Sophisticated Boom Box MMXVI compilation set was to be released, the news has come that 1980s pop icon Pete Burns, the band’s lead singer, is dead of a heart attack at the age of 57.

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31 Days of Horror 2016: “Lupus In Fabula” on The Exorcist

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Last week was the debut of FOX’s new series The Exorcist. Henry and Angela Rance are struggling to raise two daughters, one of whom may be possessed by a demon. So, how did the family fare this week?

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The Exorcist S01 E01: And Let My Cry Come Unto Thee

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FOX debuted its creepy entry into its fall lineup on September 23. The Exorcist has come to the small screen, over 40 years after the film became a classic on the big screen. Is it worth watching?
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