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What’s New on Hulu in October 2021

I’d say October is going to be a rough month for the people behind the big pharma companies largely responsible for the United States’ opioid crisis, given that Hulu is debuting a hard-hitting documentary series exploring the harm that horrific business has done in the world, but, oh, they’re billionaires with…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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What’s New on Hulu in October 2021

I’d say October is going to be a rough month for the people behind the big pharma companies largely responsible for the United States’ opioid crisis, given that Hulu is debuting a hard-hitting documentary series exploring the harm that horrific business has done in the world, but, oh, they’re billionaires with…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Jenson Button’s Coachbuilding Company Is Rebooting The Europa-Based Lotus 62

Former Formula One world champ Jenson Button has partnered with TV mechanic Ant Anstead and car designer Mark Stubbs to revive famed British coachbuilder Radford. The company is perhaps best known for building bespoke luxury Mini Coopers for each member of the Beatles, but it also helped with development of the Ford…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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What’s New on Hulu in March 2021

There was a time when streaming services could boast that they were the first to get [insert your favorite big theatrical hit], but that’s becoming increasingly rare in a time when streaming services have only grown more segmented, and also when there were no big theatrical hits last year.At first glance, I was…Read more… Continue […]

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How to say goodbye to Alex Trebek: “What is a tourtière?”

I’ve been struggling to find a way to properly memorialize Alex Trebek and have come to the conclusion that it is actually impossible. With most celebrities we merely enjoy their work and the sporadic joy it brings to our lives. Alex Trebek, on the other hand, was far more than just his work—he was part […]

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“I am wooooounded”: A jaunty stroll through the official Frasier cookbook

As a low-attention-span indoor kid, I had two great loves growing up. The first was American football—the Bears specifically, even though they sucked. In fact, despite my regular-degular height and Doug-Jones-in-Hellboy physique, I figured that one day I’d become a professional football player. A punt-returning…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Teleport Back To 2002 With The First Season Of Fifth Gear For Free On YouTube

In 2002, the Murciélago was the first all-new Lamborghini in a decade, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII got the Evo’s first automatic transmission, and the automotive TV program Fifth Gear aired its first season, which is now free to watch online.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The best TV performances of 2020

As our feature on the best television of 2020 amply demonstrates, the current TV landscape is replete with excellent ensembles that make stumping for your favorites during awards season a nigh-impossible task. And yet, though our annual compilation of the best TV performances typically includes dynamic duos and other…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Best Pop Culture We Caught Up On in 2020

It has been a year of weirdness, especially when it comes to wrangling the kinds of media we’ve been watching. Though there’s been new things to read, watch, listen to, and play, 2020 has seen many of us revisit familiar favorites as well as things we missed when they first came out. Here’s the media […]

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How Steven Universe’s fat bodies helped me draw my own

When COVID weight loss tips started flooding my feeds, I wanted to combat those bad takes by purchasing some fat body art. Then I realized I could just draw my own. So I stripped down to undies and stared at myself in the mirror, my sketchbook in hand. Shoulders, thighs, a hanging tummy: My body […]

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Dua Lipa, Nine Inch Nails, and more slated for Netflix ‘Song Exploder (Volume 2)’ [Watch]

Popular podcast-turned-TV adaptation, Song Exploder is ready to drop a second crop of episodes following a well-received initial run of episodes that landed on Netflix back in October. The second season will explore songs by future pop force Dua Lipa, The Killers, Hall of Fame rock vets Nine Inch Nails, and Mexican singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade. […]

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Dua Lipa, Nine Inch Nails, and more slated for Netflix ‘Song Exploder (Volume 2)’ [Watch]

Popular podcast-turned-TV adaptation, Song Exploder is ready to drop a second crop of episodes following a well-received initial run of episodes that landed on Netflix back in October. The second season will explore songs by future pop force Dua Lipa, The Killers, Hall of Fame rock vets Nine Inch Nails, and Mexican singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade. […]

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Dua Lipa, Nine Inch Nails, and more slated for Netflix ‘Song Exploder (Volume 2)’ [Watch]

Popular podcast-turned-TV adaptation, Song Exploder is ready to drop a second crop of episodes following a well-received initial run of episodes that landed on Netflix back in October. The second season will explore songs by future pop force Dua Lipa, The Killers, Hall of Fame rock vets Nine Inch Nails, and Mexican singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade. […]

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Out-of-Touch Adults’ Guide To Kid Culture: The Dumb Edition

If you’re anything like me, you’re definitely not obsessing over the eventual outcome of the vote count happening in Georgia or wherever. You’re not hitting “refresh” on news sites like it’s your job, and you’re not suddenly very interested in district level congressional maps. So instead of politics, let’s talk…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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