Which show are you most looking forward to watching? Oh, is it too cold to go outside still? We guess that means we'll have to stick on the telly and catch-up on some of our favourite shows. Luckily, there are some brilliant ones coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime and NOW TV in February in the UK. From dystopian dramas to wholesome comedies, take a look through our top picks of shows to stream… Netflix American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace - 1 February Finally tune in and watch the show that has made perhaps the biggest wave during awards season, with Darren Criss (who plays Andrew Cunanan) picking up all of the awards. The series follows the real life assassination of fashion icon Gianni Versace at the hands of the serial killer, Cunanan, and examines the murderer's other victims, and his motives. It's very creepy, and if you liked The People vs. OJ Simpson, this is definitely the one for you. The Umbrella Academy - 15 February Seven super powered children … [Read more...] about What’s coming to Netflix, NOW TV and Amazon Prime UK in February 2019 – our top picks
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The 2018-19 TV season is upon us, so here is Deadline’s annual rundown of fall premiere dates for new and returning series. The list covers hundreds of broadcast, cable and streaming shows bowing between September 1 and December 31 and some high-profile one-off programs. Please send any additions or adjustments to [email protected] We’ll update the post as more dates are revealed. Related Summer Premiere Dates For New & Returning Series: 2018 Edition September 1:College Gameday (ESPN, new season) September 2:The Last Defense (Investigation Discovery, new true-crime docuseries) September 3:Live with Kelly and Ryan (ABC, Season 31)Baked (Food Network, new docuseries)Twisted Sisters (Investigation Discovery, new docuseries)Dr. Phil (syndication, Season 17)The People’s Court (syndication, Season 22)Judge Mathis (syndication, Season 20) September 4:The View (ABC, Season 22)Mayans M.C. (FX, new … [Read more...] about Fall Premiere Dates For New & Returning Series On Broadcast, Cable & Streaming
The 2018-19 TV season is past the midway point, so here’s our annual list of midseason premiere dates for new and returning series. It covers hundreds of broadcast, cable and streaming programs debuting from January 1 through mid-May and includes shows that were on hiatus. Please send any additions or adjustments to [email protected] We’ll update the list regularly as more dates are revealed. January 1:The Gifted (Fox, Season 2B)Lethal Weapon (Fox, Season 3B)Comedians of the World (Netflix, new stand-up comedy series)A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix, Season 3; final season)Tidying Up with Marie Kondo (Netflix, new docuseries)My Big Fat Fabulous Life (TLC, Season 5)I Am Jazz (TLC, Season 5)Married at First Sight (Lifetime, Season 8)Bad Chad Customs (Discovery, new docuseries)Abby Hatcher (Nickelodeon, new animated kids series) Days of Love (Facebook Watch, new docuseries) January 2:The … [Read more...] about Midseason Premiere Dates For New & Returning Series: 2019 Edition
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Christmas in Knoxville through the years Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Buy Photo The Christmas parade is pictured Nov. 28, 1963, on Gay Street. News Sentinel Archive, KNS Archives Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo Santa rides his sleigh down Gay Street during the Knoxville Christmas parade in December 1978. News Sentinel Archives Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo Debbie Cupp, 5, left, Teresa Cupp, 3, Vivian Mitchell, 8, and Vicky Atchley, 5, wait for Santa during the Christmas parade Nov. 26, 1961, on Gay Street. News Sentinel Archive, KNS Archives Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo Mayor Kyle Testerman helps celebrate the lighting of the city's Christmas tree on Dec. 7, 1984, at Market Square. News Sentinel Archive, KNS Archives Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo Crystal Jenkins, 7, of Brownie Troop 61, dressed as a present with a red ball to keep her … [Read more...] about Porch pirates beware: That package at the front door may be a glitter bomb.
Here’s to the year in television. The small screen brought us more than one quirky assassin, a turd burglar, a prison break, births, deaths, big hair, big beards and the end of the Cold War, in a manner of speaking. With the explosion of content from broadcast, cable, and streaming (did you know Facebook makes TV now?) the sheer amount of television available in 2018 was so overwhelming, you might've missed some of the most thrilling and beautiful series. Among hundreds of shows that aired this year, here are 25 that stood out from the rest. If you try really, really hard, you might be able to get through them over your holiday break. OK, maybe not, but it’s a nice to-do list for 2019 (before all the new shows start in January, that is). 1. ‘The Americans’ (FX) One of the best TV shows of the past decade, “The Americans” delivered a swan-song season with more subtlety and grace than even its most devoted fans thought possible. … [Read more...] about USA TODAY’s 25 best TV shows of 2018