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Fox Business has parted ways with host Trish Regan, who was heavily criticized earlier this month for calling coronavirus an "impeachment hoax" against Donald Trump.
The network announced its decision on Friday. "We thank her for her contributions to the network over the years and wish her continued success in her future endeavors,” a spokesperson said in a statement to CNN.
Regan's show had been on hiatus since March 13, which she alleged was due to the network taking "prudent steps to limit staffing levels" during the pandemic. The network said it would continue with that reduced schedule. Read more...More about Fox News, Coronavirus, Culture, and Media Industry
As the world has become swept up in the Netflix docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, everyone is clamoring for more about the wild characters that make up the colorful world of questionable exotic animal zoos.
Luckily, producers Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin told Entertainment Weekly that there's plenty more footage and, because this is real life and many of the people involved are still around, the story is still ongoing and there could be more on the way.
"We have a crazy amount of footage and it's a story that's still unfolding," Chaiklin told EW. "We're not sure yet, but there could be a follow-up on this story because there's a lot that's still unfolding in it, and it'll be just as dramatic and just as colorful as what has unfolded these past few years." Read more...More about Television, Netflix, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows
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Odin, a Northern Inuit Dog who starred in the first episode of Game of Thrones as the direwolf Summer, passed away due to complications from cancer, his family announced on Instagram Thursday.
Odin passed away in his sleep shortly after being diagnosed with mouth cancer. He was 10 years old.
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Our family are at immense heartbreak to announce that Odin passed away early this morning. It’s difficult to put into words how this has impacted us as a family for Odin lead a life like no other dog. Odin was a family member first and we got him when he was a pup at 7 weeks old all we wanted were big dogs to take hiking and to sleep at our feet in the evening beside the fire, everything after that was a bonus. Odins passing marks the end of a decade and the end of an era as he taught our friends and family a lot of lessons about life for one dog he has more stories to tell than some people would. Odin has far too many achievements to announce in this post but just look at our social media pages over the past 5 years and see. We can all take great comfort in knowing that he is forever immortalised in the great TV Show Game of Thrones as Summer Bran Starks Direwolf Pup in Season 1 episode 1 . To everyone that was lucky enough to meet him and put a smile on your face please remember that moment. It’s an incredible piece of luck to have a pet you love so well become world famous and touch so many peoples hearts. He was always fond of the beach and his favourite treats which he had almost everyday before his passing. He was met with further illness as the week continued and the vets did everything they could to keep him going but he passed away in his sleep. We are incredibly grateful for the donations made towards Odin treatment and we will use what is needed to pay his vet bill and we will donate the rest between our favourite dog charities the donations will help further dogs in need at this tough time. If you have photos or videos or stories about Odin then please send them or share them with us. Please understand we will try reply to all your messages at this very difficult time in our lives. Read more...
With Disneyland and Disney World closed indefinitely during the coronavirus outbreak, you may be looking for a way to get that Disney ride fix right now from the safety of your home. Luckily you can.
While it may not be as thrilling as the real thing, the YouTube channel Virtual Disney World has been amassing a collection of Disney park roller coaster rides over the years, giving everyone the ability to experience Disney attractions as if they were strapped in themselves.
All of the videos on the channel are shot with 360-degree cameras, which means you can click and drag while watching the video to look around at all the scenery going by on the rides. If you have some virtual realty goggles, you can also strap those on and look around while watching the ride for an extra immersive experience. Read more...More about Disney, Theme Parks, Coronavirus, Entertainment, and Other
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