Television

It has been a chaotic and, more often than not, extremely contentious election year. Donald Trump and Joe Biden, alongside their respective running mates, Mike Pence and Kamala Harris, have spent the last few months ramping up their presidential campaigns. In that time, Americans have probably seen enough debates and town halls to last a lifetime.
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The season finale of The Vow on HBO aired Sunday, leaving viewers with questions about what happened to NXIVM’s key players, including Keith Raniere, Allison Mack, Nancy Salzman, Lauren Salzman, India Oxenberg, and Clare Bronfman. The documentary series, about an alleged sex cult and multi-level marketing scheme masquerading as a self-help program, ended its first season with
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You have to give credit to Netflix for their timing: as we’re all trying to practice social distancing and staying home as much as we can, the popular streaming service announced they’ll be raising prices on subscriptions, according to CNET. The price of a standard subscription will go from $13 to $14 a month, while the price
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You know what Julie Chen says: Expect the unexpected. But this is 2020, so Big Brother All-Stars, played exactly the opposite of how many of us Big Brother fans would like: It’s been expected. After being part of The Committee—the large alliance who dominated the house nearly the entire season—Nicole Franzel and Cody Calafiore found themselves in the final three along
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Keith Raniere, the leader of the high-profile NXIVM cult, was sentenced to 120 years in prison by Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis on Tuesday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Raniere, 60, was convicted last June of sex trafficking, forced labor, production and possession of child pornography, racketeering, and wire fraud. NXIVM (first known as Executive Success Programs)
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