Every year, Hallmark Channel and Lifetime overwhelm viewers with something like a bajillion-and-seven original Christmas movies.
Thirteen months after the world read and heard her about her traumatic relationship with John Meehan through the Los Angeles Times’ stories and podcasts, Henderson resident Debra Newell attended the Hollywood premiere of “Dirty John,” the Bravo series they inspired.
Debra Newell is polite, but she doesn’t take the time to tell them her story.
Go searching for Christmas specials on your own, and you could disappear down a Yuletide rabbit hole and not emerge until it’s time to celebrate “Rudolph’s Shiny New Year.”
As Andy Williams sang, it really is the most wonderful time of the year — at least at the movies. There really is a little something for everyone.
The disrupter has become the disrupted.
As anyone who’s ever so much as glanced at election returns can tell you, the people’s choice can not only be messy, it can be downright embarrassing.
It’s the year’s most-watched new series in England aside from the thriller “Bodyguard,” but it won’t be joining that pop-culture sensation on Netflix.
Around 10:30 p.m. June 22, rapper Post Malone stopped by Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum in downtown Las Vegas after his concert at the Park Theater.