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Posted on 07/15/2018

If there’s one thing that has us even more excited for The Sinner’s second season than the first, it’s the addition of Carrie Coon who stars alongside Bill Pullman’s Det. Harry Ambrose as the mysterious Vera. And Coon's more than a dynamo actress; we break down six of the coolest things to know about the new Sinner star!

Posted on 07/13/2018

It's a soundtrack fit for a queen! Get the official Queen of the South soundtrack, available today from Lakeshore Records on Amazon and iTunes!

Posted on 07/13/2018

To set up her new operation in Phoenix, Teresa Mendoza (Alice Braga) will need to deal with the local mobs, “La Comisión,” and a corrupt sheriff. Another bold move by the Queen of the South.

Posted on 07/12/2018

Three different people are kidnapped this week, and two out of three walk away unscathed as Red Bama Sr. continues exerting his will in season 3, episode 4 of Shooter, "The Importance of Service." 

Posted on 07/11/2018

As Alan Snyder makes a play for Everett Kynes, the results may possibly upend the colony and give outliers like Will and Broussard new purpose.

Posted on 07/11/2018

Aliens, Outliers, and explosions – oh my! With just a few more episodes until the season finale, Seattle’s secrets finally start to reveal themselves.

Posted on 07/11/2018

Last year's breakout hit The Sinner received an Emmy nomination for "Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie" for star and executive producer Jessica Biel! 

Posted on 07/11/2018
Timehop’s July 4th data breach was even worse than the company originally reported. More personal user data — including users’ dates of birth and genders — was compromised, according to a report from TechCrunch.
Posted on 07/11/2018

Todd Chrisley is over the moon about Savannah's new music video and proud of Julie for pulling off another big baking success. Read more!

Posted on 07/11/2018
Researchers at McAfee’s Advanced Threat Research team have discovered that credentials for systems a major international airport are being sold on the dark web for just $10. Airport admins verified the authenticity of the credentials, which would have allowed control of “systems linked to security and building automation systems,” and resolved the issue after being informed by McAfee. Researchers withheld name of the airport for confidentiality reasons.