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    Boys of color were hit hard by COVID-19. Heres how to help them — in school and out. Skipper recalls ‘evasive’ submarine off Cornwall as trawler sank in 2004 Get Paid $200 by Signing Up for This New Card (Yeah, Seriously) Ad Microsoft Refi Rates at 1.93% APR. Do you qualify? Ad Microsoft Spend $500, Pocket $200 Fast with This Top Card Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/36 SLIDES © A&E / Greg Doherty Lifetime's 2021 Lineup of Original Holiday Movies Is Sure to Keep Us Cozy This Winter Where can you find adorable small towns, several of your favorite '90s...
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    Child dies after contracting brain-eating amoeba at a Texas splash pad COVID-19 live updates: FDA approval for kids vaccines may take longer, source says Refi Rates at 1.93% APR. Do you qualify? Ad Microsoft Spend $500, Pocket $200 Fast with This Top Card Ad Microsoft Refi With No Hidden Fees/Points – As Low as 1.93% APR Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/34 SLIDES © Courtesy of Lifetime It's been a huge year for the LGBTQ+ community in Hollywood! Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the biggest stories to make headlines in 2021 so far, starting with this super-exciting news... On Sept. 28, Lifetime announced...
    Lifetime Although Lifetime doesn’t currently have plans to premiere a new Christmas movie this month like The Hallmark Channel, the network is already working on new Christmas movies for later this year. Lifetime has announced the following three new movies that the network is currently working on for Christmas 2021. More are expected to be announced in the near future.‘Christmas in Tune’ Stars Reba McEntire“Christmas in Tune” (the current working title) is part of a two-picture deal that Lifetime has made with McEntire, the network announced in a press release. McEntire will star in and produce both movies. The second one will premiere sometime in 2022 and won’t be Christmas-themed. Lifetime’s synopsis for “Christmas in Tune” reads: ‘Christmas In Tune’ tells the story of Belle, a marketing executive who is worried she may lose her job.  She decides to reunite a singing duo for a charity Christmas concert in order, but the problem is – the singers are actually her parents and they have not spoken to each other in years! Soon the at-odds couple is helping Belle...
    BRITS have been warned against going on holiday to countries on the amber list - but those who risk it are getting "trips of a lifetime" with no queues and quiet tourist attractions. It also means some of the cheapest deals in years as tourist resorts try and encourage holidaymakers back with cheap deals. 9Tourist attractions and beaches in Europe are still empty despite approaching peak holiday seasonCredit: Getty The government has said that holidays to amber list countries are not advised, with Environment Secretary George Eustice saying Brits should stay at home this summer. Yet families who choose to head abroad are likely to have a holiday experience that they won't get to experience again, with much fewer crowds and queues, as well as cheap prices. In Spain, bars are offering pints for £1.20, while Malta is paying tourists up to £173 to book hotels on the island and Italian region Lazio is including free nights with hotel bookings. Holidays are cheaper right now as well - seven night, all-inclusive holidays to Greece and Spain can be found for...
    Reba McEntire is setting her sights on Lifetime. The famed singer-actress has signed a two-picture deal with the network, according to a press release, and will produce and star in both films. The first of the two movies, "Christmas in Tune," will follow marketing executive Belle, who chooses to reunite a musical duo -- made up of her estranged parents -- for a Christmas charity concert. Belle herself will even find romance along the way as well. According to the release, the movie is written by Juliet and Keith Giglio ("Dear Christmas") and will be produced by Hartbreak Pictures. McEntire, 65, and Paula Hart ("Once Upon a Main Street") will executive produce. REBA MCENTIRE SHARES SNAPSHOT WITH BEAU REX LINN AND HER PET DONKEY: 'HERE IS PONCHO' The movie's release date and additional casting are currently unclear, though the release states that it will be a flagship property for Lifetime's annual "It’s a Wonderful Lifetime" slate. Reba McEntire will star in two films for Lifetime, the first of which will be a music-themed holiday flick. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images) ...
    Secrets Disney World Employees Won’t Tell You Premier League injuries, 2020-21 Your last-minute Christmas movie binge guide Christmas is just around the pine-tree-lined corner — two days from now, more specifically — and perhaps only now you're allowing yourself to slip into the spirit of the holidays via your television or computer screen. Or maybe you're a legendary procrastinator and you were planning to inhale an unhealthy percentage of the 99 new Christmas movies debuting on cable networks and streaming services before the chimney-sliding begins. Whatever the case, it's time to finalize your holiday binge schedule — and we're not talking about peppermint chocolate chip cookies. (And yet, we kind of are.) © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Hulu; Gareth Gatrell/NETFLIX; Hallmark; Lifetime Yes, you'll find plenty of first snowfalls, second chances, happy endings, cable-knit sweaters, and sad-eyed widows willing to give this crazy thing we call love a shot. And, sure, there are time-travel flicks (Hallmark Channel's Christmas Comes Twice and A Timeless Christmas) and gotta-make-it-home-through-this-blizzard-by-any-means-necessary adventures (UPtv's Dashing Home for Christmas and Hallmark's Cross Country Christmas) as well...
    Yes, you can stay safe this holiday season and do all of your gift shopping from home—even this late in the game. We’ve rounded up nine gift ideas that you can give to a friend or family member with just a few clicks. No gift wrap or shipping required! This selection of subscription services can be digitally delivered to your giftee with plenty of time to spare. 12min Micro Book Library: Lifetime Premium Subscription, on sale for $59 (85% off) Experts break down popular books into their key content, to be consumed in just 12 minutes via audio or text, so you can fit in some reading into your busy schedule. Bonus points: you can read any book in your library without an internet connection. Knowable Audio Learning Platform: Lifetime Subscription, on sale for $59.99 (75% off) Learn practically anything by listening to a skill-building audio course—no screen required—on this 4.7-star-rated app. Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: Platinum Edition, on sale for $29.99 (74% off) Expand your own city and achieve victory against competing leaders through this new...
    First Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine doses to be delivered Monday Biden’s fractured foot is ‘healing as expected,’ doctors say Fans are reacting to seeing themselves represented in inclusive Hallmark Channel and Lifetime holiday movies © Lifetime Jacky Lai and Tony Giroux in "A Sugar & Spice Holiday." Lifetime Some of this year's holiday movies on Lifetime and the Hallmark Channel center on inclusive storylines. In November, Hallmark Channel released its first Christmas-themed movie to include a same-sex couple, "The Christmas House." A year ago, the Hallmark Channel came under fire for refusing to air a commercial from Zola that featured a same-sex couple celebrating at the altar. Since then, the channel has released statements expressing its commitment to inclusive stories. Lifetime's new holiday movie, "A Sugar & Spice Holiday," also shows commitment to diversity with its largely Asian-American cast and female Asian-American protagonist.  Fans have also reacted to Lifetime's "Christmas Ever After," a love story that follows an inter-abled couple. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In households across America, December marks the beginning of made-for-TV holiday movie...
    Arizona ER doctor says he was punished for speaking out Trump Grows Increasingly Angry With FDA, Wonders if COVID Vaccine Makers Are ‘Democrats’ How to Watch Lifetimes 30 New Christmas Movies Without Cable © Ryan Plummer Want to binge watch Lifetime's new Christmas movies in 2020? Here's how you can watch them all without cable. It's easier than you think. Lifetime's slate of holiday movies kicked off in October and will continue through Christmas day. Don't have a cable subscription? You can still watch Lifetime's Christmas movies. Among Lifetime's 30 new holiday romances is the the history-making Christmas Setup, the first to feature a gay couple in the lead roles. 'Tis the season to cuddle up with made-for-TV Christmas movies. Think of these predictable, but delightful, love stories as a gift to yourself. When it comes to movies that take place in small towns decked out in twinkly lights and Christmas trees, Lifetime has you covered. This year's slate of Lifetime holiday movies kicked off in October of 2020, and will continue through Christmas day....
    By TERRY TANG, Associated Press In one scene from the Lifetime TV movie, “A Sugar & Spice Holiday,” a co-worker says to Suzy, an Asian American architect in Los Angeles: “I didn't know if Christmas was a big deal where you're from.” Retorts Suzy: “I'm from Maine." A lot of viewers of a cozy Christmas film might just shrug off the insinuation that Suzy is somehow not American. But for an Asian audience, that brief exchange is a knowing reminder that microaggressions don't take a holiday. They especially haven't in the wake of the pandemic, which has triggered anti-Asian racism and terms like “Chinese virus” and “kung flu.” “I think it’s great timing for us for this movie to be coming out now during the pandemic with the perception of the Asian culture and the ‘flu’ and all,” Canadian actor Jacky Lai, who plays Suzy, told The Associated Press. “I really do hope that this (movie) — with our faces — is able to hopefully be welcomed by people into their homes and see us as just your American/Canadian friends.”...
    In one scene from the Lifetime TV movie, “A Sugar & Spice Holiday,” a co-worker says to Suzy, an Asian American architect in Los Angeles: “I didn’t know if Christmas was a big deal where you’re from.” Retorts Suzy: “I’m from Maine.” A lot of viewers of a cozy Christmas film might just shrug off the insinuation that Suzy is somehow not American. But for an Asian audience, that brief exchange is a knowing reminder that microaggressions don’t take a holiday. They especially haven’t in the wake of the pandemic, which has triggered anti-Asian racism and terms like “Chinese virus” and “kung flu.” “I think it’s great timing for us for this movie to be coming out now during the pandemic with the perception of the Asian culture and the ‘flu’ and all,” Canadian actor Jacky Lai, who plays Suzy, told The Associated Press. “I really do hope that this (movie) — with our faces — is able to hopefully be welcomed by people into their homes and see us as just your American/Canadian friends.” “A Sugar & Spice Holiday,”...
    Married actors Ben Lewis and Blake Lee are making TV history co-starring in Lifetime’s inaugural Christmas movie centered around LGBTQ+ characters.  Premiering Saturday, Dec. 12 (at 8 p.m.), “The Christmas Setup” follows New York lawyer Hugo (Lewis, “Arrow”) as he visits his mother Kate (Fran Drescher) in his hometown of Milwaukee — where he reconnects with his high school crush, Patrick (Lee). This is a big deal in the wdorld of holiday TV movies, which have garnered criticism in recent years for their lack of diversity. The industry’s answer, at least for the 2020 season, has been to produce a slew of movies that don’t adhere to the genre’s traditional template. In addition to “The Christmas Setup,” this year’s slate included Hallmark’s “The Christmas House” starring Brad Harder and Jonathan Bennett; Hulu’s buzzy “Happiest Season,” starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis; and Paramount Network’s “Dashing in December,” a gay cowboy Christmas movie co-starring Andie MacDowell, Juan Pablo Di Pace and Peter Porte and airing Sunday (Dec. 13) at 7 p.m. “They were hoping to cast a real-life couple [in ‘The...
    More On: lifetime Mario Lopez serves up finger-lickin’ good Colonel Sanders in ‘horny’ movie From Mariah Carey to ‘Peanuts,’ must-watch 2020 holiday specials Who stayed together on the ‘Married at First Sight’ Season 11 finale How COVID-19 wreaked havoc on ‘Married at First Sight’ couples Married actors Ben Lewis and Blake Lee are making TV history co-starring in Lifetime’s inaugural Christmas movie centered around LGBTQ+ characters.  Premiering Saturday, Dec. 12 (at 8 p.m.), “The Christmas Setup” follows New York lawyer Hugo (Lewis, “Arrow”) as he visits his mother Kate (Fran Drescher) in his hometown of Milwaukee — where he reconnects with his high school crush, Patrick (Lee). This is a big deal in the wdorld of holiday TV movies, which have garnered criticism in recent years for their lack of diversity. The industry’s answer, at least for the 2020 season, has been to produce a slew of movies that don’t adhere to the genre’s traditional template. In addition to “The Christmas Setup,” this year’s slate included Hallmark’s “The Christmas House” starring Brad Harder and Jonathan Bennett; Hulu’s buzzy “Happiest...
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    (CNN)We are trying really hard not to make a "finger licking good" joke. KFC and Lifetime announced Monday a partnership for a holiday mini-movie."A Recipe for Seduction" will be a 15-minute short film starring Mario Lopez as Colonel Harland Sanders, the founder of the restaurant chain whose name and likeness are still used symbols of the chain.The mini-movie "is full of mystery, suspense, deception, 'fowl' play and at the heart of it all ... love and fried chicken," according to a press release.The release describes the film as a "steamy holiday love affair" involving a young heiress whose mother has handpicked a suitor for her. "But when a handsome, young chef with a secret fried chicken recipe and a dream arrives, he sets in motion a series of events that unravel the mother's devious plans," the release says.Read MoreLopez joins a long line of actors who have portrayed the Colonel, including Rob Lowe and Reba McEntire. The film will be a part of Lifetime's "It's A Wonderful Lifetime" movie slate, which is a perennial fan-favorite for holiday content. "A Recipe...
    Tracking coronavirus case surges in the United States Birx: COVID the worst event that U.S. will face Ali Stroker Says Bringing a Character with a Disability to Christmas Ever After Means So Much From the Broadway stage to holiday rom-coms, Ali Stroker is continuing to break down barriers. © lifetime The actress, who uses a wheelchair, stars in the Lifetime holiday movie premiering Sunday Last year, Stroker became the first actor in a wheelchair to win a Tony Award for her performance in the Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! revival. Now, she's starring in Lifetime's Christmas Ever After. In the movie, premiering Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, Stroker plays Izzi Simmons, a romance novelist who checks into the same snowy bed & breakfast every holiday season. This year, however, her trip is dampened by a case of writer's block — until she comes across the inn's new owner, Matt (Daniel di Tomasso), who looks strikingly similar to the handsome hero in Izzi's popular novels. Ali Stroker Teases ‘Romance’ in Her New ‘Festive’ Lifetime Film Christmas Ever After People See more...
    FOLSOM (CBS13) — If you’re ready to burn your Thanksgiving meal calories away, the coronavirus may make that more difficult with indoor gym closures across California. But some gyms have gone to great lengths to stay open outside. Off Highway 50 at night, a new bright light shows a brand new attraction in the city of Folsom. It may look as big as a carnival tent, but it’s actually a cardio tent, set up to comply with coronavirus restrictions. Folsom’s Lifetime Athletic gym set up an elaborate campus of tents for their clients to get their workouts in outdoors after their big Thanksgiving meals. “As we get through Thanksgiving and the holiday season, we will see a surge in people saying ‘I’m ready to get back at it,'” Lifetime Athletic’s Nick Routson said. Gym members workout under the big tent at Lifetime Fitness in Folsom. The gym decided to invest in the tents after predicting the state could be in the restrictive ‘purple tier’ for a long time. “We have four tents set up as you can see, encompassing 7,800...
    Fran Drescher, wrapped in a white bathrobe, pauses during our Alexa interview to save a bee that’s bumbled indoors. It’s overcast in Malibu, but there are bees aplenty in “The Nanny” actress’s terrace garden. “I’m kind of an earth mother,” she says. A Zen music mix is piped through her all-white, art and memorabilia filled oceanfront home. Even Drescher’s famous Flushing rasp is smoothed to a purr. Since defeating uterine cancer two decades ago, the California coast has become her blissed-out sanctuary and a refuge for the insects and other wildlife who happen to find her. She scatters bowls of water and morsels of food outside for the ants, bees and birds. Fran Drescher’s Malibu home offers captivating views of the Pacific Ocean.Justin Coit “All living things need water,” explains Drescher, 63, a practicing Buddhist (or in her words, “Bu-Jew”). “I live amongst nature, not in spite of it. These four walls are an illusion. They protect us from weather, not wildlife.” After creating one of TV’s most beloved characters — Queens fashion icon Fran Fine on “The Nanny,” a...
    Lifetime has taken LGBT representation to the next level by casting a real married gay couple in the lead roles for its first LGBT-themed holiday movie this year. In a press release on Monday, the channel announced its “It’s a Wonderful Lifetime” holiday movie slate, chief among them being “The Christmas Setup” starring actors Ben Lewis and Blake Lee, who are both married in real life. The movie will also be written and directed by members of the LGBTQ community. “Known for filling the screen with fun, romantic, inclusive and relatable movies, the network announced today the casting for ‘The Christmas Setup’–the network’s first holiday movie with a lead LGBTQ storyline, written and directed by members of the LGBTQ community, and featuring two gay lead actors who are married in real life,” said the announcement. Furthermore, Lifetime will also be featuring its first Asian-American family with the movie “Sugar & Spice Holiday” directed, written, and cast by Asians. Amy Winter, EVP and Head of Programming, Lifetime and LMN, said the channel’s holiday programming should reflect the world “we live in.”...
    Lifetime is already working on its 2020 holiday movie lineup and just confirmed an exciting new project. Lifetime announced on Monday in a press release it has cast the network’s first holiday movie with a lead LGBTQ storyline, titled "The Christmas Setup." The movie was written and directed by members of the LGBTQ community and featured two gay lead actors who are married in real life – Ben Lewis and Blake Lee. The film also stars Fran Drescher and Ellen Wong. HALLMARK TO FEATURE FIRST SAME-SEX WEDDING IN NETWORK'S HISTORY "As part of Lifetime’s legacy of telling stories reflective of the culture, the network is redefining traditional holiday movies in its slate with diverse talent in front of, and behind the camera," the press release stated. Blake Lee (L) and Ben Lewis (R) attend the opening of Center Theatre Group's "Falsettos" at Ahmanson Theatre on April 17, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.  (Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images) Amy Winter, Lifetime’s EVP and Head of Programming, added, “The world we create on camera should reflect the world we live in." The press also announced...
    BRITAIN'S biggest family have gone on a family trip, after their "holiday of a lifetime" to Australia was cancelled due to coronavirus. Sue and Noel, who have 22 kids, were due to go on a four-week trip Down Under this month, but have taken a staycation instead. 4Sue Radford revealed she and the family were off on holiday yesterdayCredit: Instagram 4They appear to be staying in a caravan park, after their 'holiday of a lifetime' to Australia was cancelledCredit: Instagram Flying during a pandemic is hard enough for most parents, especially when you have as many kids as the Radfords, so the family appear to have opted for a car journey instead. Posting on Instagram yesterday, Sue, from Morecambe, Lancs, showed off the packed car and said "Holiday time". Although it's unclear exactly where they're staying, it was just a short trip to the holiday camp - as she shared a clip of her kids biking around a caravan park earlier today. Sue previously admitted she was gutted their Australian holiday had been cancelled. 4The family try to go on...
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