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    Matthew Perry said he "sweated" and experienced "convulsions" while filming every episode of "Friends" during the show’s heyday. The 51-year-old actor admitted as much during the series’ long-overdue cast reunion that he often felt like was "going to die" while playing the role of Chandler Bing on the beloved sitcom due to the fact the show was taped in front of a live studio audience and he feared onlookers wouldn’t find him funny enough. The show ran from 1994 to 2004.  "To me, I felt like I was going to die if they didn't laugh," he said when fellow castmates David Schwimmer and Courteney Cox admitted they thrived under the pressure of performing live takes.  "It's not healthy, for sure, but I would sometimes say a line and they wouldn't laugh and I would sweat and just go into convulsions if I didn't get the laugh I was supposed to get," Perry added. "I would freak out." 'FRIENDS' REUNION TRAILER LEAVES FANS CONCERNED ABOUT MATTHEW PERRY Friends Reunion special featuring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, David...
    Matthew Perry felt like he was 'going to die' while shooting every episode of Friends. The 51-year-old actor — who played Chandler Bing in the hit sitcom from 1994 to 2004 — admitted he was gripped with nerves because the show was shot in front of a live audience, with their reactions driving potential script changes, and he lived in terror of them not finding his performance funny. While some of his co-stars thrived underneath the bright lights and energy of a live studio audience, Perry was consumed in fear. Scary: The 51-year-old actor — who played Chandler Bing in the hit sitcom from 1994 to 2004 — admitted he was gripped with nerves because the show was shot in front of a live audience After David Schwimmer and Courteney Cox revealed their love for performing during every episode, Matthew admitted he didn't feel the same way.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Friends star Maggie Wheeler - who played Chandler's... David Schwimmer HATED working with Marcel the monkey on... Friends: The biggest...
    It’s Friday, and that means we have an entire week of “The David Hookstead Show” in the book. This was the first week I ever did the show for all the fans out there, and I couldn’t be happier with how things are going. Sure, we’re learning on the fly, but it’s been mostly smooth sailing. Seeing as how the show runs Monday through Thursday, every Friday, you guys can come in here for a weekly recap and all the episodes. Enjoy! May 17: Joe Rogan Destroys Woke Mobs, Matthew McConaughey Might Run For Governor And UFOs Are Real May 18: Prince Harry Hates Freedom, LeBron James Is Being An Idiot, SNL Ratings Tank, Shaq Believes In UFOs And Nebraska Is The New Uncle Rico May 19: Joe Rogan Is Still At War With The Woke Mob, Obama Discusses UFOs, Kwame Brown Is On Fire And More May 20: Chris Rock Destroys Cancel Culture, Tim Tebow Is Back In The NFL, NBA Ratings Continue To Tank, College Football Is 100 Days Away And More Make sure...
    Loading the player... DMX was giving inspirational interviews even in his final days. A clip dropped on Tuesday of the late rapper’s last interview just three weeks before his untimely passing. DMX sat down with TV One’s Uncensored, where he spoke about how grateful he is for his life and career. “I’m going to look back on my life, just before I go, and thank God for every moment,” said DMX in the clip. “It’s those moments, when they come together, that you see the beauty in who you are and why you are.” The episode will be a special edition and is confirmed to be his “final & most transparent to date.” TV One will air a special episode of UNCENSORED featuring the late rapper @DMX. The special will air on Sunday, May 16 at 8P/7C. It will feature an interview with DMX just three weeks before his passing and is confirmed to be his final & most transparent to date. #DMXUncensored pic.twitter.com/wICg320Lgz— TV One (@tvonetv) April 30, 2021 Read More: Kanye West’s Yeezy DMX tribute shirt raises $1...
    THE animated television series Invincible follows the exploits of teen Mark Grayson, the son of the most powerful superhero on the planet. The series, created by iconic comic book writer Robert Kirkman, launched in March of 2021. 4The first season of Invincible is available on Amazon PrimeCredit: Amazon How can I watch Invincible? Season one of Invincible is available to watch on Amazon Prime, and two additional seasons have already been ordered. The last of eight episodes of season one landed on the streaming service on April 30. Invincible is an Image Comics Universe superhero created by Kirkman and artist Cory Walker. 4A complicated father-and-son relationship is explored in the seriesCredit: Amazon The plot revolves around Mark Grayson - voiced by Stephen Yeun - who goes on to become the title character. His relationship with his father Nolan (played by JK Simmons) is a main focus of season one. The talented cast also includes Sandra Oh, Zazie Beets, Walton Goggins, Gillian Jacobs, Andrew Rannells, Zachary Quinto, and others. 4The animated series is not light on action and suspenseCredit: Amazon Prime...
    9-year-old drowns trying to cross from Mexico into U.S. College Basketball Player, 23, Dies in Car Crash 3 Days After Competing in NCAA Tournament Americans With Credit Card Debt Could Be In for a Big Surprise Ad Microsoft Price Alert: These SUVs Are Now Only $19,000 (Deal Of The Day) Ad Microsoft The card so lucrative, our expert signed up personally Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/32 SLIDES © Fox The best episode of every season of 'The Simpsons' “The Simpsons” has been on for over 30 seasons. That’s more than 680 episodes. It’s the quintessential cartoon and maybe the greatest TV show of all time. However, a lot...
    Roku now owns every last bit of ‘This Old House,’ and it’s streaming all episodes for free through the Roku Channel.
    You might not be thrilled that NBCUniversal’s Peacock snatched The Office from Netflix, but you’ll have at least one opportunity to marathon the series without considering another subscription. Variety reports that Peacock is streaming every episode of The Office for free for one week starting March 18th, including new “Superfan” episodes (that is, with added footage) and behind-the-scenes videos. To date, only the first two seasons of The Office have been available to watch for free (with ads) on Peacock. You’ve had to pay to unlock the remaining seven and their extras. The freebie lines up with the 16th anniversary of the US show’s March 24th, 2005 premiere and includes a contest that encourages you to share tributes to the series on Instagram and Twitter. There’s not much mystery to NBCU’s plan — this could boost Peacock viewership by reminding everyone where The Office went. It might also encourage existing viewers to pay for a Premium or Premium Plus subscription to keep watching the exploits at Dunder Mifflin. If nothing else, it’ll help you revisit a favorite episode or...
    If you want to binge watch The Office without paying for a Peacock subscription, you’ve got one week to do it. Peacock announced that, beginning on Thursday, March 18, fans can stream every episode of The Office as part of the service’s free membership — but only until March 24. Normally, Peacock allows users to stream the first two seasons for free, making the rest of the series available only to Peacock subscribers. However, in celebration of the show’s 16th anniversary, NBC is letting fans stream every episode along with all the bonus content — which includes interviews with the cast, behind the scenes footage, and blooper reels — for free. NBC and Peacock are also hosting their own version of the show’s Dundie Awards. Fans can send in videos of themselves proving why they’re the biggest Office super fan for a chance to win their own personalized Dundie and a prize pack from the show. The Dundie Awards will be hosted by Kate Flannery, who played Meredith on the series. In case the free week of The...
    David Livingston/Getty Images Jeffrey Combs is one of the most versatile actors in the Star Trek universe. Though he was never included in the main cast of a Star Trek series, he played two major recurring characters in the franchise. He also appeared several times in smaller guest roles. In total, Combs played eight different characters in three different Star Trek series. Twice, he even played two characters in a single episode! Here’s a look at all the different faces, alien and human, of the incomparable Combs.Tiron Getty Images/YouTube Combs’ first appearance in the Star Trek universe was in the third season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9). In the episode “Meridian,” Combs played an alien named Tiron, one of Quark’s recurring customers. He was so wealthy that he could afford to commission a custom holosuite program from Quark. Tiron requested that the main character in the program, the love interest, be a hologram of Kira Nerys, a Bajoran colonel aboard Deep Space Nine. Tiron attempted to court Nerys in real life, but after she brushed him off, he decided to live...
    NBA : By Semih Altinbas / info@eurohoops.net In the FIBA ​​Basketball Champions League, the group stages of the 2020-21 season have been played and the playoff phase is being passed. While coming to this department, 3 of our 5 representatives came out of the groups safely. While Darüşşafaka completed Tekfen and Galatasaray groups as the last and bid farewell to international organizations this year, Pınar Karşıyaka, Türk Telekom and TOFAŞ will continue their way in the playoffs. The playoff tour, which divides 16 teams into 4 different groups, will start as of the beginning of next March and each team will pursue their way out of their groups once again with a 6-match rematch system throughout the month. On the other hand, Eurohoops Bakery discusses the striking strengths of each team, including our representatives, during the regular season, before this stage, which we will talk about more often next month. Yesterday (February 16) we had a look at Groups I and J. In today’s episode, we will be guests of groups K and L. GROUP...
    "The Office" and "The Twilight Zone" are just two shows that served as inspiration for "WandaVision." NBCUniversal Television Distribution/Disney Platform Distribution/CBS Television Distribution "WandaVision" is Marvel's first ever Disney Plus TV show. Each episode is made in the style of famous sitcoms from the decade in which the episode is set. We've curated a list of every TV show "WandaVision" is based on, from "Bewitched" to "The Office." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "WandaVision," Marvel's first ever Disney Plus show, is a bold and wacky new adventure that sets out phase four of the MCU into all sorts of new and exciting directions. For a show so new and avant-garde, however, the making of "WandaVision" is entrenched in the old. Each episode of the series takes place across numeral decades, starting out with the 1950s in episode one and, presumably, leading up to the present day of the MCU and perhaps even further as we make our way through the series. Each episode is presented in the style of a very famous sitcom or two from...
    MTV/YouTube Double Agents daily challenge "Mission: Smuggle Run" The sixth episode of The Challenge: Double Agents featured a “mini final” style of daily challenge that gave fans and cast members a chance to see how teams performed together. The challenge, called “Mission: Smuggle Run,” was a five-mile course with multiple checkpoints that teams had to complete while carrying a heavy capsule. After the episode aired, one of the cast members revealed that they actually picked up an injury during the challenge. Rookie Amber Martinez, who is paired up with fellow rookie Demetrius “Mechie” Harris, posted a recap of the episode where she revealed that she had a bad fall during the daily mission and it still causes her pain today. She said the injury occurred when they were supposed to climb over a wall using their capsule and she ended up falling on her back. Their team ended up finishing the challenge in ninth place out of eleven teams, in front of Chris “CT” Tamburello and Tula “Big T” Fazakerley, and Aneesa Ferreira and Fessy Shafaat, who came...
    Nashville blast: FBI looking at number of individuals Post office to be named for oldest Pearl Harbor veteran These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft This is a slam dunk if you want a one-card wallet in 2021 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © Courtesy of NBC (5) SNL Season 46: TVLine Readers Rank Every Episode, From Worst to Best Each weekend, TVLine highlights the best and worst of what Saturday Night Live has to offer, before turning it over to you, our readers, to weigh in on each episode. And with the late-night sketch comedy series currently on winter break (it returns in January; host and date TBA), we've decided to revisit how each of the previous Season 46 installments have fared, based on the average grade that you gave them. Just how high does former cast member Kristen Wiig rate with the revival of fan-favorite characters...
    It is hard not to admire the fine production values of The Crown: the beautiful costumes, the fabulous locations, the meticulous research and, above all, the seemingly well-informed access it gives us to the thoughts, words and motives of the most famous family in the world. Television critics certainly seem to approve, lavishing yet more praise on this new, fourth series of the drama, which covers the period 1977 to 1990, including the arrival of our first female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, and the start of the relationship between Prince Charles and Diana. Millions of people around the world will see it, no doubt accepting the Netflix version of events as something approaching gospel truth.  Yet the reality is this: The Crown is a cruel and mendacious attack on public servants who cannot defend themselves – the Royal Family. Prince Charles is portrayed in a deeply unflattering light, seeming to continue a relationship with his lover Camilla Parker Bowles (pictured) even as he marries 19-year-old Diana Spencer For all the millions that went into the production, at its heart...
    Sign up to receive this newsletter in your inbox. Read last week’s newsletter here. Hide Good news for those missing new superhero blockbusters: Wonder Woman 1984 will stream on HBO Max starting Christmas Day. In today’s Internet Insider: Hide Watching The Crown season 4 is a great distraction What’s something that ISN’T a meme but FEELS like a meme? A brief introduction to Star Wars knitwear Des Willie/Netflix BREAK THE INTERNET Hide ‘The Crown’ will send you down a rabbit hole I hadn’t watched much of Netflix’s The Crown until last Sunday, when season 4 dropped—aka the season when Princess Diana arrives. And although it’s a show that allows you to begin a fourth season without needing to know much about what happened in the previous seasons, I did need to Google a lot during and after each episode. For those blissfully unaware, The Crown focuses on Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, from her marriage to Prince Philip to her impact in this current century. I’ve visited Buckingham Palace in London, and I’ve casually read about the Royal Family, but I was unaware of many incidents and details...
    Veep fans are beginning to draw parallels between the hit HBO show and the 2020 presidential election, especially since the Trump campaign has demanded that poll workers both count every vote and stop counting the votes — a scene straight from the Nev-AD-a episode. In the episode, Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s character, presidential incumbent Selina Meyer, wins the popular vote, but still needs Nevada’s electoral votes to secure the election — prompting her to demand a recount in the state. Throughout the show’s fifth season, Meyers plants protesters to either chant “count every vote” or “stop counting the votes,” depending on new information and whatever option would be more helpful to the campaign. As it becomes clear that uncounted absentee military ballots will ultimately strip her from a win in the swing state, Meyer switches up her strategy and orders her team to stop the recount. “Veep” has already done the “stop the recount” episode. Life imitating farce https://t.co/RrQXDGD3WJ — Barbara Comstock (@BarbaraComstock) November 4, 2020 “You’re going to cancel this recount like Anne Frank’s bat mitzvah,” she screams, in her typical controversial fashion.“I’m tired...
    Disney Plus launched last year with most of Disney’s back catalog, but the platform hasn’t reached maximum capacity just yet. In addition to original content like the upcoming episodes of Marvel’s Hero Project, there’s a whole host of movies and shows wrapped up under other streaming services and licenses. Each month, a few new titles will trickle onto Disney Plus. November brings new episodes of The Mandalorian — along with the Lego Star Wars Holiday Special. Mickey Mouse celebrates his birthday this month (sidebar: he’s a Scorpio apparently?!) with some new animated shorts. Also coming to the platform is an adaptation of Black Beauty, which doesn’t really sound like Black Beauty so much as it sounds like a new horse girl movie, but hey, we’ll take it! Available Nov. 6 Disney Goldie & Bear (S1)Disney Goldie & Bear (S2)Disney Junior Fancy Nancy: Fancy it Yourself (S1)Disney’s A Christmas CarolMr. Magoo The Mandalorian Episode 202 – “Chapter 10” From Disney: The Mandalorian and the Child continue their journey, facing enemies and rallying allies as they make their way through a...
    WENDY Williams was revealed to be performing as the contestant Lips on The Masked Singer on Wednesday, and she’s relieved to be off the show and have the secret out. The 56-year-old talk show host claimed she would cry at night from the stress of the extremely secretive reality series. 8Wendy Williams was revealed to be the celebrity performing as Lips on The Masked SingerCredit: Fox During The Masked Singer’s first Group C performances during this week’s new episode, Lips hit the stage to perform Native New Yorker by Odyssey, revealing some clues about her identity in a clue package beforehand. She was the first of the newbies to be booted from the series, and she was revealed to be none other than the Wendy Williams Show host, which fans said was the “easiest guess ever” due to her famous voice. The season 4 alum told Us Weekly she breathed a sigh of relief after her episode aired and she could be honest about participating on the program. While speaking with the outlet, Wendy shared: “There were tears at night...
    The very end of Sunday's "TWD: World Beyond" suggested the CRM is holding experiments to search for a cure to the zombie virus. AMC Warning: There are massive spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead: World Beyond." A small bonus scene played after the credits of Sunday's episode. It showed a member of the mysterious Civic Republic Military (CRM) group named Lyla at a facility that houses a large number of the undead as test subjects. It seems like the CRM may be trying to find a cure for the virus.  Will "TWD" end with a vaccine to cure the world even though in the comics, they never find a cure? Maybe the CRM aren't searching for a cure. Perhaps they're looking for a way to neutralize and wipe out other potential threats by turning them into the undead. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead: World Beyond" was a bit of a snooze until the very end. If you tuned out, you'll want to return for an extra, unexpected scene that lasts...
    Cars clog highways as families flee Colorado wildfire A 24-year-old engineer created a website that tells you if your McDonalds has a working ice-cream machine Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gadgets of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © FOX Every Treehouse of Horror episode, ranked “The Simpsons” is arguably the most-iconic television show of all-time, but within the classic FOX cartoon there is a subcategory of episodes that are arguably just as iconic themselves. We’re talking about the “Treehouse of Horror” episodes. Every year since season two,...
    Wunmi Mosaku and Jurnee Smollett on "Lovecraft Country." Elizabeth Morris/HBO HBO's "Lovecraft Country" is set in the 1950s and music is featured prominently in the new series.  The show focuses on a young man named Atticus (Jonathan Majors), or "Tic" for short, as he searches for clues about his ancestry.  In the first episode alone, classics from B.B. King and Etta James are featured, as well as more recent songs from artists such as Tierra Whack.  Most of the diegetic music is from the time period, but later episodes include songs from modern artists in the soundtrack.  Here's a guide to all of the songs and covers on "Lovecraft Country."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Music is prominently featured in HBO's new series "Lovecraft Country." The show focuses on a young man named Atticus, or "Tic" (Jonathan Majors), as he searches for answers about his ancestry and missing father.  Even though the show is set in the 1950s, it includes a wide variety of artists in the soundtrack. And while the diegetic music (the music heard...
    Aunjanue Ellis, Jurnee Smollett, Jonathan Majors, and Michael K. Williams on episode nine of "Lovecraft Country." Eli Joshua Ade/HBO Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for the final episode of "Lovecraft Country" season one.  The finale, which premiered on Sunday, featured an emotional end to Tic and Leti's story.  Several major characters, whom we've fallen in love with throughout the 10 episodes, died in the final episode, while others were spared.  And Ji-Ah, who played a mysterious part of the show all series' long, played a major role in the season's conclusion along with Dee, whose character grew in importance throughout the season. Here's where everyone ended up at the end of "Lovecraft Country's" debut season. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    Aya Cash, Erin Moriarty, and Dominique McElligott on season two, episode five of "The Boys." Amazon Studios Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for season two of Amazon Prime Video's "The Boys." Season two concluded with a jaw-dropping episode that set the groundwork for the upcoming third season.  Keep reading to see how the season advanced the plots of Starlight, Homelander, Hughie Campbell, and more. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    The veteran 'DWTS' judge pointed out that she is one of only two cast members who has appeared on every of the ABC ballroom competition since its debut in 2005. Dancing with the Stars fans are reacting to a photo posted by Carrie Ann Inaba ahead of the premiere of the 29th season of the ABC celebrity ballroom competition. In a throwback photo shared to Instagram, the dancer-turned-TV judge was seen posing with fellow series veteran Bruno Tonioli. The longtime co-workers were in full glam mode in the throwback pic as they hammed it up with super-serious faces for the camera. In the caption to the vintage pic, Inaba noted a fun fact. “Bruno and I are the ONLY two cast members who have been on every single episode of DWTS,” she wrote. ” No one else can say that… and I’m proud to say it.” Inaba went on to add that it has been an honor to be part of the show that has touched so many lives over the past 15 years. She also promised fans that while...
    Disney Plus launched last year with most of Disney’s back catalog, but the platform hasn’t reached maximum capacity just yet. In addition to original content like the upcoming episodes of Marvel’s Hero Project, there’s a whole host of movies and shows wrapped up under other streaming services and licenses. Each month, a few new titles will trickle onto Disney Plus. Mulan makes a Disney Premier Access debut, challenging the future of theaters and streaming everywhere. Also coming to the platform is that movie with Ewan McGregor as Christopher Robin, where all the stuffed toys come to life and remind him of happiness. Bend it Like Beckham, Ever After, and Never Been Kissed also debut. Available Sept. 4 Ancient China from Above (s1)D2: The Mighty DucksD3: The Mighty DucksNever Been KissedStrange MagicTrick or TreatThe Wolverine Image: Walt Disney Studios Mulan From Disney: Acclaimed filmmaker Niki Caro brings the epic tale of China’s legendary warrior to life in Disney’s Mulan, in which a fearless young woman risks everything out of love for...
    Robert Sabo The Mets took two out of three from the Marlins over the weekend at Citi Field to work their way up the NL East standings. The big story on the latest “Amazin’ But True” podcast with me and Nelson Figueroa is the rookie, Andres Gimenez. Figgie and I open the show talking about Gimenez’s big day Sunday and the impact he has made so quickly on the team. He needs to be in the lineup every day and when Robinson Cano returns, Gimenez needs to be at second base with Cano taking the DH spot. Figgie gives me good analysis on Gimenez after talking with a coach in the organization about him coming up in the minor leagues. We also talk about Jacob deGrom’s impact as he continues to lead the Mets to wins, despite dealing with a “hot spot” on his finger Sunday. We talk about the series win, the lineup, the bullpen pitching well and the team playing better since Yoenis Cespedes left. Subscribe on:           NY Post Mets beat writer Mike Puma...
    Disney Plus launched last year with most of Disney’s back catalog, but the platform hasn’t reached maximum capacity just yet. In addition to original content like the upcoming episodes of Marvel’s Hero Project, there’s a whole host of movies and shows wrapped up under other streaming services and licenses. Each month, a few new titles will trickle onto Disney Plus. This month brings some lingering live-action remakes to Disney Plus, like Beauty and the Beast starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens and Alice Through the Looking Glass. Also dropping on the platform are some pre-MCU Marvel titles from Fox, like X-Men (2000) and Fantastic Four (2005). We’re also getting a brand-new Phineas and Ferb movie, more episodes of Muppets Now, and The Greatest Showman. Available Aug. 7 Hidden Kingdoms of ChinaPrince of Persia: The Sands of TimeStar Wars Galaxy’s Edge: Adventure AwaitsThe Peanuts MovieUFO Europe: The Untold Stories (S1)X-Men Image: 20th Century Studios Howard From Disney: Directed by Don Hahn (Beauty and the Beast), Howard is the untold story of...
    (CBS Local)– “Tyler Perry’s The Oval” is the number one new scripted series on cable and the much anticipated two-hour season finale is on BET this Wednesday, July 22 at 9 p.m. EST. The series tells the story of the First Family in the White House and all of the drama that ensues for the Franklins when they get to Washington D.C. Paige Hurd has been one of the breakout stars of the series where she plays Gayle Franklin, the daughter of President Hunter Franklin and First Lady Victoria Franklin. Still from BET’s “The Oval” episode 113. (Photo: Charles Bergmann/BET/Tyler Vision, LLC) RELATED: ‘He Could Become The Next Walt Disney: Kron Moore & Ed Quinn On Tyler Perry & BET’s ‘The Oval’ While Hurd has been on TV shows like “Everybody Hates Chris,” and movies like “Beauty Shop,” the actor is thankful to have the opportunity to show off her acting prowess on the big stage of this BET show. “It’s been amazing and I had a great time filming it,” said Hurd in an interview with CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith....
    (CNN)When we filmed the fifth-season premiere of "United Shades of America" back in February, we had no idea that Covid-19, the killing of George Floyd and all the protests that followed would make an episode on White supremacy even more relevant.I know some of you reading this might be wondering: "What does Covid-19 have to do with White supremacy or the death of George Floyd? Didn't you already do an episode about White supremacy? The one with you and the KKK?"Yes, I did meet with the KKK in the very first episode of "United Shades" (thanks for jogging my memory). And while this episode is in many ways the sequel, we are going way deeper into White supremacy in America than the Ku Klux Klan. A scene from the first episode of "United Shades of America," available now on CNNgo.Those who study White supremacy would tell you to think of it as an iceberg. The KKK, neo-Nazis, the US's genocide of Native Americans, slavery, lynching, hate groups — the stuff good folks would identify right away as bad — those...
    Disney Plus launched last year with most of Disney’s back catalog, but the platform hasn’t reached maximum capacity just yet. In addition to original content, like the upcoming episodes of Marvel’s Hero Project, there are a whole host of movies and shows wrapped up under other streaming services and licenses. Each month, a few new titles will trickle onto Disney Plus. July brings us the live recording of Hamilton, along with a new Muppets series, Muppets Now, the second (and best, if you ask me) Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie and Solo: A Star Wars Story. Available July 1 Animal ER (S1-2)Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick RulesIce Age: Collision CourseIce Road Rescue (S1-4)Race to Witch Mountain (2009)The Big GreenThe Mighty Ducks Hamilton Image: Disney From Disney: An unforgettable cinematic stage performance, the filmed version of the original Broadway production of “Hamilton” combines the best elements of live theater, film and streaming to bring the cultural phenomenon to homes around the world for a thrilling, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Pixar in...
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