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Yesterday, true crime buffs were able to get their hands The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann. The eight-part Netflix series directed by Fyre‘s Chris Smith takes a deeper look into the mystery surrounding what truly could have happened to the toddler who vanished from her family’s vacation villa in Portugal and rekindled some theories that they hope will explain what happened to the little girl on that devastating night 12 years ago.
The docu-series dives into what happened when McCann’s parents, Kate and Gerry, left Madeleine sleeping in the vacation home just 80 yards away from where they were dining with friends at a tapas restaurant. The couple took turns checking in on Madeleine and her twin siblings, Sean and Amelie, and when Kate went in during one round of these checks, at around 9:30 p.m., she noticed her daughter’s window was open and the young child was missing.
Lopez’s manager confirmed the engagement to People magazine.
“They are on vacation and got engaged today,” Rodriguez’s manager Ron Berkowitz said Saturday.
Lopez, 49, and Rodriguez, 43, have been a couple since 2017, UsMagazine said.
This will be Lopez’s fourth marriage. She is divorced from Ojani Noa, Cris Judd and Marc Anthony. She and Anthony share 11-year-old twins. Rodriguez has two daughters, ages 14 and 10, with his ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis.
For the first time in three decades, this year’s Academy Awards telecast airs without a designated host for the ceremonies, which take place in Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre. While the best picture nominees include such commercial blockbusters as “Black Panther,” “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “A Star Is Born,” Alfonso Cuarón’s nostalgic foreign-language drama “Roma” is a strong contender in that category.
“When Calls the Heart,” 7 p.m. on Hallmark
After taking time off to care for her new baby, the widowed Elizabeth (Erin Krakow) returns to teaching in the season 6 premiere, “Phone Rings and Heartstrings.” It’s not long before it becomes clear she needs more support than she ever could have imagined.
Abigail (Lori Loughlin), meanwhile, looks forward to Hope Valley and its residents receiving telephone service.
“Evan Goes Wild,” 8 p.m. on Animal Planet
People magazine’s Sexiest Veterinarian Alive — Dr. Evan Antin — gets his first TV show in
It’s a necessary disclaimer that comes, in some form or another, at the start of so many podcasts that dip into beauty or legal or medical advice. The hosts of “Forever 35,” a show that’s more personal reflections on self-care than a WebMD-like lifestyle resource, offer such a caveat before each episode kicks into gear.
“We’re just two friends who like to talk about serums,” they remind their unseen audience.
Some of the best podcasts make us feel like that — like you’re tuning in to a conversation between cool friends who happen to be great at producing regular, compelling content. They don’t have to tackle hard news, and they don’t have to be leading authorities in their fields. But they do have to provide good company.
And hey, we’re not experts either. So consider the following list ― composed of podcast series that began or
The U.S. factual networks revealed a slew of new highlights during the Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour last week, touting everything from live events to big-name presenters to buzzy wildlife docs.
Discovery Channel, for one, unveiled Serengeti, which comes from American Idol creator Simon Fuller and multi-award-winning wildlife filmmaker John Downer. The landmark series follows the stories of a cast of African wildlife over the course of a year, showcasing the dramatic moments that make each day of survival on the Serengeti a feat.
The channel is also planning the live two-hour multiplatform event Expedition Unknown: Egypt Live (working title). The programming stunt will be hosted by adventurer and explorer Josh Gates, who will be joined by Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass and Mostafa Waziri, the secretary-general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt. It promises viewers a look inside the inner