Apr 202016
Gwyneth Paltrow And James Corden Learn To Dance With Toddler Choreographers

Most of us are too embarrassed to truly let loose and dance our hearts out at the club. But not kids. For better or for worse, kids have little to no shame at all. So James Corden thought it would be fun to have toddlers teach him and actress Gwyneth Paltrow some choreography moves at the dance studio. 


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Apr 192016
River Monsters Crew Saves Lost Fisherman

While recording in Australia for the show River Monsters, the Animal Planet crew made an incredible discovery near the beach. A stranded fisherman was screaming for their help. He had lost his boat two days before and had no water. 

If they hadn’t saved him then, he would not have survived much longer. 


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Apr 182016
John Oliver On Lead Poisoning

America used to be considered the greatest country in the world. And many people still believe that. But it’s hard to consider yourself the best when you have entire cities where the water has become poisonous because the pipes are so old and are made of lead. Since apparently the media is done talking about Flint, Michigan’s lead tainted water, John Oliver discusses the serious situation on Last Week Tonight.


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Apr 152016
Jimmy Fallon Calls Ted Cruz As Donald Trump

Love him or hate him, everyone agrees that Donald Trump has finally given the late night hosts something to talk about and have fun with. Since Jimmy Fallon was hosting Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz, he decided to have some fun by calling Ted as The Donald. Jimmy sure loves his impressions. 


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Apr 142016
How A Modern TV Show Is Made

TV is such a part of most people’s lives that we all take it for granted. But for every heart racing episode of Game of Thrones or Doctor Who there countless people who needed besides the actors to put the magic on the screen. 

So how is a TV show made today? Vox explains in this eye-opening video. 


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