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18 Feb 19
Hey, HeatherBee

This post may contain affiliate links. The items do not cost you any extra, but we may receive a small commission from the company. Thank you! Before we left Virginia and moved in with my parents, we had cable. The BIG package with all the premium movie channel and a billion other channels we never […]

18 Feb 19
TONY88

Milena Markovna “Mila” Kunis (/ˈmiːlə ˈkuːnɪs/; Ukrainian: Мілена Марківна Куніс; born August 14, 1983) is an American actress. In 1991, at the age of seven, she moved from Soviet Ukraine to the United States with her family. After being enrolled in acting classes as an after-school activity, she was soon discovered by an agent. She […]

17 Feb 19
Rueben's Ramblings

Trying to figure out what to watch tonight? Be it new episodes of the TV season, reairs of cable series or a movie, here are some suggestions: 5 PM: The Mummy movie on A&E 6 PM: Unleashing Mr. Darcy movie on Hallmark Channel (Reair) 6:20 PM: Miss Peregrine’s School for Peculiar Children movie on FXM […]

17 Feb 19
TLAPPC

Magician Auditions for Penn & Teller Fool US 2019   Penn & Tellers reality show “Fool Us” is holding auditions for the 2019 season. The show challenges magicians to do exactly what the title implies, fool them. In the show, famous magicians, Penn & Teller hang out in the audience while watching aspiring magicians perform […]

17 Feb 19
TLAPPC

Cast Call out for CW’s “Black Lightning” TV Series in Georgia Black Lighting TV show coming back for new season and now in production The CW Network is looking forward to a fresh, new season of the Super-Hero inspired show “Black Lightning.”   “Black Lightning,” a comic book inspired TV series premiered not all that long […]

17 Feb 19
Archy news nety

The President's Day weekend is a big deal for racing car enthusiasts. The Daytona 500, often called the. "Super Bowl of stock car racing": it will be NASCAR's fastest race in the 500-mile Florida race. This year, Daniel Hemric will adapt to the famous 8th of Dale Earnhardt Jr., paying tribute to the semi-retired stock-car […]

17 Feb 19
Andrew Otieno

My Topic The topic at hand is some of the CW’s tv shows. Mainly, I want to talk about The Flash, Arrow, and Black Lightning. So far, I have been up to date on the most recent episodes. As of now, Arrow is in season seven , The Flash season five, and Black Lightning season […]

17 Feb 19
The Page

Michael “Venom” Page and Paul Daley have a healthy disdain for each other. Some might even call it hatred. The level of animosity these two MMA fighters have displayed against each other should make the Page vs. Daley bout, which is the main event for Bellator 216 and which you can live stream for free […]

17 Feb 19
Russia News Now

(One intermediate revision by the same user not shown) Line 105: Line 105:   == French Version ==   == French Version ==   On April 14, the French Defense Ministry released a [https://www.defense.gouv.fr/content/download/528742/9123389/file/180414%20-%20Syrie%20-%20Synth%C3%A8se%20-%20Les%20faits.pdf report] on their “evidence” that the “Syrian regime” did it. Read by someone with rusty French knowledge, the broad line is: […]

17 Feb 19
My Incredible Website

Do you love Georgia, television, or TV series? Then check out these TV shows set in Georgia or television series related to Georgia in some other way. Atlanta — FX music drama set in Atlanta Atlanta Plastic — Lifetime reality show set in Atlanta Being Mary Jane — BET drama set in Atlanta and then […]

16 Feb 19
lickerweb

  It’s so remarkable that Netflix has given us a chance to explore new territory of comic books. The Umbrella Academy is truly an amazing show with amazing characters. This show is one of the best show on any TV. Ellen Page is amazing as the protagonist of the show (character name Vanya or No.7) […]

16 Feb 19
A Blog devoted to Supernatural

For those of us who saw the previews and read stuff prior to this 300th episode talking of John Winchester’s (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) return, I was a little thrown off by the beginning. Sam and Dean go into a pawn shop and seek the skull of Sarah Goode. I was asking, “What does this have […]

16 Feb 19
Cougar Sports Network

Is Washington State Athletic’s newest project 100 percent privately funded? Er… kind of.

16 Feb 19
Unputdownable Books

As every good Asian blogger is wont to do, I squealed with excitement when the Year of the Asian Reading Challenge was announced by the wonderful hosts – Vicky, Shealea, CW and Lily. I also started Stars and Sorcery, a book club on Twitter, with the express wish to read more sci-fi and fantasy by […]

16 Feb 19
IndieWire
The Sports Emmy Awards may not be the most obvious focal point for the future of television documentary production, but Tennis Channel contender “Strokes of Genius,” which commemorates the 10-year anniversary of a historic match between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, provides an intriguing case study. A fast-paced retelling of the nearly five-hour 2006 showdown between the champions of the sport, it marks the first time that the network has produced a nonfiction feature in-house for wide release, with a serious Emmy campaign to boot. (Sports Emmy voting runs February 22 through March 8.) But it almost didn’t happen that way. “We had a lot of outside interest,” said Tennis Channel president Ken Solomon in an interview at the U.S. Open, shortly after the documentary first aired last fall. “Obviously, people knew the story.” However, the decision to adapt L. Jon Wertheim’s 2009 book required access to reams of archival footage and high-profile interviews that major hubs for documentary production — including Netflix — couldn’t access as well as the Tennis Network itself. “We talked to a lot of them and said, you know, you’re just not going to pass the hurdle of all the hand-holding and work you’re going to have to do, so let’s do it ourselves,” Solomon said. “The big thing was storytelling related to compressing the time of this nail-biting match that lasted a whole day. It’s not just a series of highlights.” The Tennis Network airs thousands of hours of matches per year and sometimes plays older broadcasts, providing in-house resources that other companies would have to search for. “You need to know where the libraries are, who the people are, need clearances to go into stadiums,” Solomon said. “It’s so complicated that we would’ve ended up doing all the work for the producers anyway.” The life of the eventual production, directed by British filmmaker Andrew Douglas (“The Amityville Horror”), provides a unique example of media consolidation. While famous tennis showdowns have been revisited in recent cinema through the dramatic reenactments of narrative features “Borg vs. McEnroe” and “Battle of the Sexes,” Douglas’ nonfiction treatment delivers a riveting contrast between Federer’s balletic movements and Nadal’s more aggressive physicality. The footage crystallizes the appeal of the sport — and, by extension, the brand that the Tennis Channel is eager to sell. “The mission was potentially getting to people who didn’t know which end of the racket to use,” said Solomon. That made the prospects of a Netflix deal untenable. “We liked Netflix, we talked to them, but they really wanted to be exclusive,” Solomon said, referencing the streaming platform’s binding licensing deals, which typically last years. “We just wanted it as broadly distributed as possible.” The movie eventually received a platform release, starting on the Tennis Channel and followed by primetime slots on The CW, BBC, and local syndicators. Eventually, the documentary was available on iTunes and the Tennis Channel’s own VOD platform. It’s a notable contrast to many consumer-facing sports documentaries, which often go to festivals and sell off theatrical and home-video rights. By staying in its lane, “Strokes of Genius” has enabled the network to experiment with an avenue for production and distribution that other niche cable entities may explore in the next chapter of competing streaming platforms around the corner. “If you’re a little more flexible, you have a much better chance of being a winner,” Solomon said. “If you’re too rigid, I think that’s risky.” The Tennis Channel previously ventured into original productions with “The Barnstormers — The Birth of Professional Tennis,” a more insider-focused approach to the sport that received less circulation, and has also acquired original productions. But in the wake of “Strokes of Genius,” Solomon said the network has started to consider producing more work for wider audiences. “There is such a tremendous learning curve in the kind of work that we want to do when it comes to documentaries,” he said. “We have no shortage of ambition.” The 40th annual Sports Emmy Awards take place May 20, 2019 at the Jazz at Lincoln Center.
16 Feb 19
TV By The Numbers by zap2it.com

Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Friday, February 15, 2019 The numbers for Friday: Time Show Adults 18-49 rating/share Viewers (millions) 8 p.m. Last Man Standing (FOX) 1.1/6 6.12 MacGyver (CBS) 0.7/4 6.42 Fresh Off the Boat (ABC) 0.7/4 3.14 Blindspot (NBC) 0.5/3 2.92 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The CW) – R 0.2/1 […]

16 Feb 19
Cord Cutters News

Want a cheap DVR for your antenna? Right now the Tablo Dual Lite DVR is on sale for just $99.99. This is $40 off the typical $139.99 price. (Limited time deal don’t wait or you may miss it.) You can find our full review of the Tablo Dual Lite DVR on YouTube here: You can find […]