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Robert Norman “Bob” Ross was an American painter, art instructor, and television host. He was best known as the creator and host of The Joy of Painting, a television program that aired on PBS in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
And now you can watch “The Joy of Painting” with Bob Ross starting Thursday, October 29. Celebrate the birthday of the legend himself; put on your creativity fro and create some happy trees alongside Bob Ross for 9 days of oil painting!
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With some pretty poor new releases, The Martian and Goosebumps keep their top spots this weekend.
1. The Martian $15.9 Total: $166.3
2. Goosebumps $15.5 Total: $43.7
3. Bridge of Spies $11.3 Total: $32.5
4. The Last Witch Hunter $10.8 Total: $10.8
5. Hotel Transylvania 2 $9.0 Total: $148.2
6. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension $8.2 Total: $8.2
7. Steve Jobs $7.2 Total: $9.9
8. Crimson Peak $5.5 Total: $22.4
9. The Intern $3.8 Total: $64.7
10. Sicario $2.9 Total: $39.3
The Sherlock Special, titled “The Abominable Bride,” will premiere in the U.S. and the UK on January 1, 2016 at 9pm ET!! (Encore broadcast on Sunday, January 10, at 10pm ET)
Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game) and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit) return as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in the acclaimed modern retelling of Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic stories. But now, our heroes find themselves in 1890s London. Beloved characters Mary Morstan (played by Amanda Abbington), Inspector Lestrade (Rupert Graves) and Mrs. Hudson (Una Stubbs) also turn up at 221b Baker Street.
Sherlock Season 4 is scheduled to go into production Spring 2016, with the air date still up in the air.
Star Wars Force Awakens Kylo Ren tee is in stock and ready to ship!
In this special Star Wars Rebels Season Two trailer from NYCC 2015, the Ghost crew is back — but they’re not alone.
Get a first look at new allies, new starships, new Inquisitors, and much more as the fight against the Empire continues, and watch the season premiere of Star Wars Rebels on October 14, 9:30 p.m. ET/PT!
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The Martian held that top spot against some blah competition.
1. The Martian $37.0 Total: $108.7
2. Hotel Transylvania 2 $20.3/$116.8
3. Pan $15.5/$15.5
4. The Intern $8.6/$49.5
5. Sicario $7.3/$26.7
6. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials $5.2/$70.6
7. The Walk $3.6/$6.3
8. Black Mass $3.1/$57.5
9. Everest $3.0/$38.2
10. The Visit $2.4/$61.0
Coming to MTV in January 2016, ‘The Shannara Chronicles’ is a new TV series based on the best-selling fantasy novels by Terry Brooks. Set thousands of years after the destruction of our civilization, the story follows an Elven Princess, Amberle, a half-human half-elf, Wil, and a human, Eretria, as they embark on a quest to stop a Demon army from destroying the Four Lands. Continue reading Watch Now: The Shannara Chronicles Trailer
At 93% on Rottentomatoes, Mat Damon delivered a smart, thrilling, and surprisingly funny faithful adaptation of the bestselling book. Well worth checking out.
1. The Martian $55.0 Total: $55.0
2. Hotel Transylvania 2 $33.0 Total: $90.5
3. Sicario $12.0 Total: $15.0
4. The Intern $11.6 Total: $36.5
5. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials $7.6 Total: $63.2
6. Black Mass $5.9 Total: $52.5
7. Everest $5.5 Total: $33.1
8. The Visit $3.9 Total: $57.6
9. War Room $2.8 Total: $60.5
10. The Perfect Guy $2.4 Total: $52.6
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A war is coming. Prepare to fight when Black Sails returns for Season 3 January 2016!
Den of Geek also has a great write:
“Yes, yes” say people in the know. “Of course, his name was Edward Teach, and he was captain of the Queen Anne’s Revenge and… and…”
And what else?
His name probably wasn’t even Teach. More modern scholarship says “Thatch” is closer to the truth, although even that may have been an assumed name. His early life remains a mystery. Scholars believe he may have been born in the English port city of Bristol in about 1680. His ability to read and write suggests a wealthy or at least middle-class background, unusual in a pirate.