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Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, AMC's 'The Walking Dead' enjoyed its most popular season to date, averaging 13.3 million live/same day viewers per episode and 8.6 million adults 18-49. Whether evading walkers, resisting a super flu outbreak, escaping the fall of their temporary prison haven and desperately searching for a sanctuary called Terminus, the on-going story of a group of survivors under the protective watch and leadership of Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and Dr. Herschel Greene (Scott Wilson) continues to capture viewers' imaginations on a global scale.
Starring sports movie icon Kevin Costner, written by Rajiv Joseph & Scott Rothman, and directed by legendary director Ivan Reitman, the film was made in exclusive partnership with the NFL, allowing unprecedented access to the actual 2013 NFL Draft, an event drawing higher ratings than the playoffs for baseball, basketball and hockey.
Beginning Cyber Monday (December 2) and running through January 7, sports fans everywhere will have access to every Official World Series Film from 1943 to 2012 at a special price, exclusively on iTunes. These films are part of a tradition that dates back to 1943 when the U.S. State Department commissioned Major League Baseball to create a highlight reel of the World Series for troops overseas.
Tak Sakaguchi stars as Jubeh Yakyu, a seventeen-year-old juvenile delinquent sent to reform school after killing over 50 people within a week. To escape the school, Jubeh agrees to join the facility's baseball team in a battle to the death against the sexy 'psycho butcher girls' of St. Black Dahlia High School. This riotous, over-the-top epic of excess is the movie for the psycho sports fan in everybody and more fun than a prison cavity search!
How do you get a genius brain? Is it all in your DNA? Or is it hard work? Is it possible that everyone's brain has untapped genius - just waiting for the right circumstances so it can be unleashed? Watch as host David Pogue (popular technology reporter for The New York Times) meets people stretching the boundaries of what the human mind can do.
Examines what the treatment of history tells us about race and power in contemporary America and asks the questions: How do we justify teaching American history as somehow separate from African American history? What does it mean that we have a Black History Month? What would it mean if we didn't?
The return of the hit sensation and its all-star cast, along with the addition of guest star Academy Award-winner Shirley MacLaine, is sure to increase interest in the already phenomenally popular series. The DVD and Blu-ray feature the original U.K. edition of Season 3, more than two hours of bonus video and will be available a little less than three weeks prior to the airing of the finale on PBS.
Radicals. Agitators. Troublemakers. Liberators. Called by many names, the abolitionists tore the nation apart in order to create a more perfect union. Men and women, black and white, Northerners and Southerners, poor and wealthy, these passionate anti-slavery activists fought body and soul in the most important civil rights crusade in American history.
At-risk teens use it to find meaning in the world around them -and in themselves. It offers healing to both chronically ill toddlers and veterans battling PTSD. What is this magical elixir? Art. Exploring the vital role the arts play in human development during both youth and older age and shares stories and cutting edge scientific research on how music, dance, painting, poetry and theater markedly improve well-being at both ends of life.
They belong to a cast of characters more than 120 species strong, and they make their entrance decked out in feathers shimmering with a rainbow of iridescence. Their colorfully descriptive names are stage-ready - Buffleheads, Canvasbacks, Redheads, Pintails, Goldeneyes and Ruddies. They all play their parts, but the star of this show is the spectacular Wood Duck, whose dramatic and brightly-colored good looks would be the envy of any matinee idol. Sit back and enjoy the ride as Mr. and Mrs. Wood Duck meet, mate, and raise a family of the some of the cutest and most courageous little ducklings you're ever likely to see.
Could these top experts have found the long-lost electric Fender Stratocaster Bob Dylan plugged in at the '65 Newport Folk Festival? They also track down some autographs allegedly signed during the Beatles' legendary U.S. tour in 1964, the story behind an old 78rpm distributed by K.K.K. Records, and an old Woolworth sign that may have been part of the scene at the 1960 Winston-Salem lunch-counter sit-ins. Top experts leave no stone unturned as they travel around the country to explore other findings such as details behind the heroic acts pictured in a poster about two African American soldiers in World War I and a hand-drawn map of Valley Forge that George Washington could have used.
Available just in time of the holidays, this new collection brings together two fascinating programs hosted by Brian Greene, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University. Both of these programs are based on outstanding books authored by Professor Greene.
This DVD time-capsule includes the Brewers 1982 American League pennant clincher and celebration that shook Milwaukee County Stadium with delight. The salute continues with the second game, also featuring the hard-hitting 'Harvey's Wallbangers' and 1982 American League MVP Robin Yount, is an explosive Brewers come-from-behind victory in the Fall Classic.
It is fittingly called the Fall Classic. Just as summer turns to autumn and the night air begins to chill, baseball rises to a boil fresh from the heat of the pennant races. It never fails to engage, exhilarate, mesmerize and amaze with its drama, unlikely game-changers and unexpected twists. Every play falls under the microscope in the World Series.
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