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On this day in 1961, President John F. Kennedy presented the first live, televised presidential press conference, which allowed the American public to see, for the first time, the White House press corps...

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston. Monica Aldama and the Navarro Cheerleaders.  If you’ve been paying attention to pop culture this month, those are three...

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On this day in 1995, opening statements began in the People of the State of California v. Orenthal James Simpson, the nearly nine-month televised court case dubbed the “Trial of the Century.” Simpson...

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Motor-less boating is not for the faint of heart. Neither is Below Deck Sailing Yacht. The third and latest addition to Bravo’s popular Below Deck franchise premieres next week, promising viewers...

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This day in 1975 marked the start of the ABC sitcom, Barney Miller. The series starred Hal Linden as the captain of a Greenwich Village police station. Initially, Barney Miller was to focus on Capt....

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In Ice Cold Blood hasn’t even returned yet and we already have chills regarding its third season. Why? Well, we’ve gotten an exclusive first look at what’s to come for the Oxygen Original...

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U.S. SENATE PRESIDENTIAL IMPEACHMENT TRIAL Various Networks, 1:00 p.m. ET The nonfiction political miniseries of the year continues: Day 2 of the Senate Impeachment...

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Major changes are afoot in the Arrowverse. As Arrow, its namesake and flagship show, comes to an end this month, a whole new world has opened up for the remaining shows in the form of one singular universe...

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1990: Michael Caine Stars in ABC’s ‘Jekyll & Hyde’ January 21, 2020  | By TV WW On this...

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HBO Max is getting into the royal business. The new streaming service from WarnerMedia is making The Prince, a new animated series based on Gary Janetti‘s Instagram parody account about Prince...