The ‘90s were a weird time, spawning bizarre franchises like Ren & Stimpy, Earthworm Jim and one of our all-time favorites — ToeJam & Earl. Looks like that last one is coming back to life.
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The CW’s Arrow is a show that has built itself on shockers, and Wednesday night’s episode ended with one for the ages.
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The FX anthology series American Horror Story has built a reputation for having one of the strongest casts on television, which makes the first major addition to season five most intriguing.
Space tourism is all the rage these days, but there might be another option soon — think space-age weather balloon as opposed to cutting-edge spaceship.
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