Craig of the Creek: Season 1, Part 1
We Bare Bears: Season 3, Part 2
Ben 10: Season 2, weekly episodes
Foster’s Home: A Lost Claus
Billy and Mandy Save Christmas
The Man Who Saved Christmas
Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas
Hollywood Hound’s Christmas
Escape At Dannemora, weekly episodes
The Other Side of Hope
Enemies: The President, Justice FBI – Part 3
Gabriel and the Mountain
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (U.S.)
At War with Love
The Edge of Seventeen
Max 2: White House Hero
All American: Season 1, weekly episodes
Death Wish (2018)
Man In An Orange Shirt (Miniseries)
Mexico’s Most Wanted
Will Grace: Season 2, weekly
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Time for you to utterly destroy any free space remaining on your DVR with holiday cheer of all sorts.
This year there are more than 65 original Christmas movies headed to Freeform, Lifetime, Hallmark, and Netflix — along with a cornucopia of other broadcast and cable holiday-themed fare. From one-off specials of your favorite reality competitions (RuPaul’s Drag Race, Nailed It!), comedies (Schitt’s Creek), and dramas (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), to cooking series of all types, there’s something on this list to please even the crankiest members of your family.
So pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa and peruse 2018’s holiday marathons, specials, series, and movies — then crank up the TV and kill that awkward small talk with your Great Uncle Marty. Check back periodically throughout the season as we add more listings.
Thursday, Nov. 1
Christmas Cookie Challenge, Food Network —
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Whether you’re streaming shows like Oxygen’s “Snapped” or looking up the latest updates on a shocking criminal trial, it’s vital a true crime fan like yourself has a simple and easy way to stay connected. That’s why every true crime fan will love Xfinity. Below, we’ve rounded up three reasons anyone who has a healthy obsession with true crime should make the switch to Xfinity.
1. Xfinity xFi
XFi delivers the speed, coverage and control you need for the ultimate in-home WiFi experience. Binge the crime shows you love — like “Dateline” and “Mysteries Scandals” — on any device. Stream live trials, while looking up everything there is to know about Jeffrey Dahmer and play detective by swiping through crime scene photos without the lag or buffering.
2. Xfinity X1
X1 is the simplest, fastest, most complete way to access all your entertainment on all your screens. Easily search for shows across live
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While the idea of a teenage boy being seduced by one of his teachers has powered teen-sex comedies and heavy metal songs, the fact of the matter is, it’s a sex crime. For many, this seems far easier to comprehend when the gender roles are reversed, but make no mistake, whatever the circumstances, it’s at best statutory rape.
One of the most shocking romances between a teacher and her student was that of Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau. Fualaau was just 12 years old when Letourneau began a sexual relationship with him in 1996.
Mary Katherine Schmitz, known to friends as Mary Kay, was born in 1962, the fourth of seven children in a prominent political family from Orange County, California. Her father, John G. Schmitz, was a conservative Republican Senator and Congressman who ran for president in 1972 as an independent. His political career was destroyed after it was revealed
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/every-disturbing-detail-of-mary-kay-letourneaus-affair-with-12-year-old-vili-fualaau