Monthly Archives: November 2018

Every movie and TV show coming to Netflix, Stan, hayu and Amazon Prime Video in December 2018


December 1
Sherlock Gnomes

Craig of the Creek: Season 1, Part 1

We Bare Bears: Season 3, Part 2

Ben 10: Season 2, weekly episodes

Saving Santa

Foster’s Home: A Lost Claus

Billy and Mandy Save Christmas

The Man Who Saved Christmas

Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas

Hollywood Hound’s Christmas

Arthur Christmas

December 2
Escape At Dannemora, weekly episodes

The Other Side of Hope

December 3
Enemies: The President, Justice FBI – Part 3

Gabriel and the Mountain


The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (U.S.)

December 4
Urine Aid

At War with Love

December 5
The Edge of Seventeen

Perfect Strangers

Max 2: White House Hero

December 6
All American: Season 1, weekly episodes

Death Wish (2018)

Man In An Orange Shirt (Miniseries)

Mexico’s Most Wanted

December 7
Will Grace: Season 2, weekly

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Billings’ annual Messiah festival to conclude with 25th performance

Festival of Trees — MetraPark Expo Center. The annual fundraiser for the Family Tree Center includes:

A gala and live auction, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29. Cost is $75 per person. To RSVP, call 252-9799. 

Tea in the Trees, 1-3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30. Cost is $10 in advance, $12 at the door.

Tree viewing, 3-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1. Cost is $3 per person or $10 per family (2 adults).

This massive event features a winter wonderland of decorated trees and wreaths, a craft show, many children’s activities and entertainment from choral and dance groups. For more information visit

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Why ‘Dynasty’ Is More Than a Guilty Pleasure

With some reboots, you just have to walk away.

Fans who bailed on Dynasty, though, should come running back. After a spotty start last fall, the soapy update — which swapped the ’80s and Denver oil for today’s Atlanta and the energy biz — slowly hit its stride.

Meet the Crew: 'Dynasty's Costume Designer Meredith Markworth-Pollack

Meet the Crew: ‘Dynasty’s Costume Designer Meredith Markworth-Pollack

Most of the costumes are off the rack!

Now in Season 2, this addictive indulgence is successfully honoring the ABC classic without relying on carbon copies of its characters. Grant Show’s Blake Carrington is shadier (and sexier!) than John Forsythe’s stoic patriarch, Nicollette Sheridan is serving a saucy, low-rent spin on Joan Collins’s bitch royale Alexis, and Elizabeth Gillies has elevated Pamela Sue Martin’s eternal victim Fallon into a smart ballbuster.

Even this Sammy Jo (Rafael de la Fuente) is a twist on

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‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’ movie shot in Nebraska: Pure Coen Brothers, haunting, weird, funny western

Sean William Scott plays an author who returns to his hometown in Nebraska to receive an award in “Mr. Woodcock.” When he gets there, he learns his former teacher, Mr. Woodcock, played by Billy Bob Thornton, is dating his mother, played by Susan Sarandon.

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A holiday favorite: The Nutcracker graces various stages this season

Families, groups of friends, club members and others interested in attending special themed-food events for the holidays have much to pick from this  season.

Venues from theaters, museums and clubs to community centers, park districts and others will be presenting an assortment of events to mark the holidays in a festive way. Everything from Breakfast with Santa, Dinner with Santa, Princess Teas, holiday-themed brunches and other food-themed events will be on the agenda.

The following is a list of special food-themed events. So, put on your holiday best and come to the table to enjoy. This list is merely a sample so if we’ve left out one of your favorite events, let us know.

(By Eloise Marie Valadez,, 219-933-3365)

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‘Murphy Brown’ Creator Diane English on Why She Hit Back at Trump’s Press-Bashing

[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for Episode 10 of Murphy Brown, “Beat the Press.”]

Diane English’s revived Murphy Brown has not been shy about criticizing and poking fun at the current administration. And Thursday night’s episode (November 28) took on the president’s ginning up hatred against the press.

The show’s creator spoke with TV Insider about why she did a story about cable news reporter Frank Fontana (Joe Regalbuto) and Murphy’s (Candice Bergen) son Avery (Jake McDorman), now a freelance reporter, being beaten by Trump supporters.

Roush Review: 'Murphy Brown' Is Back, as Outspoken as Ever

Roush Review: ‘Murphy Brown’ Is Back, as Outspoken as Ever

Candice Bergen still packs a punch as news-diva Murphy, even when the revival feels late to the game in an age of late-night political satire.

She also weighed in on why that violence led to the heretofore fearless Murphy Brown actually backing down

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‘Outlander’ Sneak Peek: The Frasers Finish Their Cabin (PHOTOS)

The Frasers are settling into life at Fraser’s Ridge.

Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire (Caitriona Balfe) have finished building their homestead and it’s just a cozy and cute as you’d imagine in Outlander‘s fifth episode, “Savages.”

'Outlander' Stars Reveal How That Bear Twist Came About

‘Outlander’ Stars Reveal How That Bear Twist Came About

Expect more surprises from the series.

This Sunday, the time-traveling doctor uses her medical expertise, but even Claire can’t prevent some tragedies from occurring when she realizes some people are not as open to cooperating with the Native Americans. Meanwhile, Jamie and Young Ian (John Bell) travel to a nearby town to try and convince farmers to settle on his land.

Click through the the gallery above for a sneak peek!

Outlander, Sundays, 8/7c, Starz

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Sundance Tv Finds Another Winner In The True Crime Genre As Viewers Flock To Latest Documentary,’Jonestown: Terror In The Jungle’

NEW YORK, NY — SundanceTV’s newest true crime documentary, ‘Jonestown: Terror in the Jungle,’ which aired as a two-night special programming event on Saturday, November 17 and Sunday, November 18, delivered 527,000 total viewers in Nielsen L+3 ratings for the first installment and grew its audience for the second installment to 529,000. 

Scientists grow ‘mini-placentas’ for future trials

Women who suffer stillbirths have hope for the future after scientists created ‘mini-placentas’ in the lab.

The breakthrough could provide an answer on why some women lose their babies, give birth prematurely or suffer dangerous pre-eclampsia.

It has already provided a vital clue about hyperemesis gravidarum, the extreme form of morning sickness suffered by the Duchess of Cambridge, which could lead to a future treatment.

All these pregnancy complications are thought to be caused by problems with the placenta in the first three months of pregnancy – a time when scientists cannot see what is happening in a woman’s body.

But a team led by the University of Cambridge have now been able to grow their own tiny placentas from cells found in this vital organ.

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