Lady Bird’s Audio Diaries, Kelly vs. Michelle in ‘Barmageddon,’ Colbert Visits Streisand, The BlackBerry Story

Lady Bird’s Audio Diaries, Kelly vs. Michelle in ‘Barmageddon,’ Colbert Visits Streisand, The BlackBerry Story

Lyndon Baines Johnson is sworn in as the 36th President of the United States of America on board the presidential airplane, after the assassination of President John F Kennedy. Mrs Johnson is behind him, left, and to his right is the grief stricken Jackie Kennedy.

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The Lady Bird Diaries

“I used to be strolling onto a stage for a component I had by no means rehearsed,” says Lady Bird Johnson, the unintentional First Lady who redefined the function in her personal folksy but elegant approach. She is heard in excerpts from greater than 100 hours of private audio diaries recorded following the assassination of John F. Kennedy 60 years in the past and all through the embattled administration of her husband, Lyndon B. Johnson. These had been years marked by social progress with the signing of the Civil Rights Act but additionally by turmoil over the Vietnam War and the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Kennedy. “Are we a sick society?” she wonders.

Carson Daly, Nikki Bella, and Blake Shelton in 'Barmageddon'



Air Cannon Cornhole, Keg Curling, Sharts (“Shelton Darts”) and the life-size foosball invention Fool’s Ball are simply among the bananas bar video games orchestrated by Blake Shelton at his Nashville watering gap Ole Red when he invitations superstar buddies to play alongside. Carson Daly and Nikki Garcia return for Season 2 as co-hosts, with Kelly Clarkson and Michelle Rodriguez the combative friends on opening evening. We’ll drink to that.

Stephen Colbert interviews Barbra Streisand on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'


The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Take a break from studying Barbra Streisand’s mammoth My Name Is Barbra memoir to take a look at her interview with the late-night host. She’s not showing in his New York studio, as an alternative welcoming Colbert to her Malibu digs for an prolonged go to. One can solely hope he will get a tour, as Gayle King not too long ago did on CBS Sunday Morning, of the private shopping center she created in her basement.

Jay Baruchel and Glenn Howerton in 'BlackBerry'

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Before there have been iPhones, there was the BlackBerry, “a cellular phone and an e-mail machine multi function factor,” pitches co-creator Doug Fregin (writer-director-star Matt Johnson) on this breezy docudrama in regards to the rise and fall of the once-ubiquitous handheld gadget. AMC airs the 2023 film, with 16 further minutes of footage, over three nights (it may be binged on AMC+ in its entirety), that includes Jay Baruchel as Doug’s co-founder, Mike Lazaridis, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Glenn Howerton nearly unrecognizable as their predatory enterprise accomplice, salesman Jim Balsillie.


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  • Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test (9/8c, Fox): The remaining recruits endure a helicopter survival drill to check their psychological resolve.
  • A Town Called Victoria (9/8c, PBS): A 3-part documentary airing over two nights, concluding Tuesday, depicts a small Texas city in turmoil after the native mosque is destroyed in an arson hearth.
  • Love Has Won: The Cult of Mother God (9/8c, HBO): Airing over three weeks (obtainable to binge on Max), a docuseries explores the world of Amy Carlson, aka “Mother God,” a self-proclaimed messiah who led the New Age motion Love Has Won till her mysterious dying in 2021.

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November 13, 2023 at 01:02PM

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