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  • September 2014 TV premieres, finales, specials, movies

    September 2014 TV premieres, finales, specials, movies
    The fall TV season revs up this month, with new shows and returning favorites launching on traditional, cable and streaming networks.
  • August 2014 TV premieres, movies, specials and finales

    August 2014 TV premieres, movies, specials and finales
    Starz in August premieres "Outlander," its most anticipated series since "Spartacus." The 16-episode first season comes from exec producer Ron Moore ("Battlestar Galactica") and is based on Diana Gabaldon's immensely popular "Outlander" book series. It...

    Like/Dislike: Gwen Grastorf, actor

    Like/Dislike: Gwen Grastorf, actor
    Ever wonder what the circus was like 70 years ago? Ask the performers of the Happenstance Theater. The visual, poetic theater company will be putting on its own version of what goes down under the big top with "Impossible! A Happenstance Circus,"...

    Here's what Morgan Freeman's voice sounds like on helium

    Actor Morgan Freeman has been deemed to have "The Voice of God," but what if he inhaled helium? We know the effects it has on normally resonant tones. But this may be the ultimate test. Check out Freeman on helium reading an introduction for The Science...

    Morgan Freeman on helium: Just as freaky as it sounds

    Morgan Freeman on helium: Just as freaky as it sounds
    It's Morgan Freeman like you've never heard him: on helium.  Gone is the resonant, calming baritone we've come to rely on as a sign that all is right with the world -- at least in the world of motion pictures and television. Instead, in one short clip,...