Hero Elementary to be Released on PBS Kids

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Science is powerful – and HERO ELEMENTARY, a new multiplatform animated PBS KIDS series, co-produced by Twin Cities PBS and Portfolio Entertainment, will help spark a love of science among kids nationwide when it premieres June 1, 2020 on PBS stations.

HERO ELEMENTARY is a school for budding superheroes, where kids learn to master their innate powers, like flying and teleportation, while exploring science along the way. The launching series will give …

June 1 in Pop Culture History

June 1 in Pop Culture History

495 – John Cor made a note referring to the first known batch of Scotch whisky.

1813 – James Lawrence, the mortally-wounded commander of the USS Chesapeake, gave the now famous line: “Don’t give up the ship!”

1831 – James Clark Ross discovered the Magnetic North Pole.

1886 – Thomas Edison received his first patent (#90646). It was for an “electrographic vote recorder.”

1938 – National Donut Day was …

Killing Eve Episode 6 Recap

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It is episode six of Killing Eve and Niko has survived! Eve visits him in the hospital, filled with relief and ready to rekindle their broken relationship. But Niko stops her dead in her tracks glaring daggers at his estranged wife as he furiously types “PISS OFF FOREVER” on his speak’n’spell.

As is typical, while Eve is dealing with tragedy Villanelle is having a blast. She is finally being promoted to keeper. What …

Discovery Channel and Science Channel Share Space Shuttle Launch

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The Discovery Channel and the Science Channel shared the space shuttle launch this afternoon at Kennedy Space Center. Here is the video in case you missed it! (Video via NASA)

Space Launch Live: America Returns to Space was simulcast live on Discovery and Science Channel. It documented history at the NASA launch of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule, from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. The event marked the first crewed space …

May 31 in Pop Culture History

May 31 in Pop Culture History
1279 BC – Ramesses II became pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. He may have been the pharaoh involved with Moses. He was the subject of Percy Bysshe Shelly’s Ozymandias. “King of Kings am I, Osymandias. If anyone would know how great I am and where I lie, let him surpass one of my works.”

1578 – The Catacombs of Rome were discovered.

1790 – The United States enacted the …

Goodbye, Deutschland Star Will Say Goodbye, Single Life With Virtual Wedding

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As the Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the world around us, changed our daily lives, and introduced a “new norm,” we have been forced to accept an uncertain future. A tough reality for madly in love couples planning not only their Spring 2020 nuptials, but the rest of their lives together. Alongside many engaged couples, Lara Juliette Sanders and Samuel Mekonnen weighed their options as they rode a roller-coaster of emotions.

On Sunday, May 31, …

ICYMI: HBO Max to Stream Young Sheldon

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HBO Max — the WarnerMedia streaming platform that launched this week — has acquired the exclusive U.S. subscription-video-on-demand rights to the hit comedy Young Sheldon in a deal with Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution. HBO Max is also the streaming home of the entire library of The Big Bang Theory, the longest-running multicamera comedy in television history; all 279 episodes of Big Bang are available on the streamer now.

“We now feel …

May 30 in Pop Culture History

May 30 in Pop Culture History

1431 – At Rouen, Normandy, Joan of Arc was burned at the stake for heresy.

1631 – Gazette de France, the first French newspaper, began publication.

1806 – Future US President Andrew Jackson participated in a duel, killing Charles Dickinson. Dickinson shot first, wounding Jackson, but Jackson’s shot at Dockinson was fatal. Most of Andrew Jackson’s duels were for the questioned honor of his wife, Rachel.

1898 – Chemist …

SLAY AT HOME Free Virtual Metal Music & Art Fest May 29 & 30

SLAY AT HOME Free Virtual Metal & Art Fest This Weekend, Full Line Up & Schedule Revealed!

Slay At Home, a first of its kind virtual metal music and art festival organized by Frank Godla of Metal Injection, is set to air this Friday and Saturday (May 29th & 30th) beginning at 3:00 PM EST. The event will fund raise in support of two great charity organizations; Musicares and Global Giving.


Anna Kendrick Announces Love Life on HBO Max News

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Actress Anna Kendrick, star of Love Life on HBO Max, has announced that new episodes will be released next week. Check out more news below.

On the heels of its launch this week and the strong positive audience response to its first scripted original series Love Life, starring Oscar® nominee Anna KendrickHBO Max today announced that the streaming platform is accelerating the release of the show’s remaining episodes to give fans …