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Early seasons of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” will stream on the ad-supported video-on-demand (AVOD) service Tubi as part of a new partnership with Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, the streamer announced on Thursday..
Under the agreement, the AVOD service will stream seasons one of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” “Trista and Ryan’s Wedding Special” from 2003 and season five of “Bachelor in Paradise,” which aired in 2018. The content will be available to stream on Tubi beginning on April 1.
“This massive franchise strengthens our larger content partnership with Warner Bros. and marks the first of many big reality series we’re bringing to the service,” said Adam Lewinson, chief content officer, Tubi.

As we approached Monday’s Night 5 of The Voice’s Blind Auditions — with Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend’s teams about half-full — I was wondering where our R&B divas were. Season 16 had thus far sent to the Battles some promising male soul singers (Matthew Johnson, LB Crew and Domenic Haynes). But where was the Kennedy Holmes of this go-’round? The Kyla Jade? Was Kim Cherry destined to be the lone woman in the R&B lane? Or were others going to be introduced Monday? For that matter, where was the rock dude who could out-WILKES Season 14’s WILKES? Read on, and as we evaluate the night’s performances, we’ll discuss which blanks got/didn’t get filled in as well as the contestant who took the biggest gamble — by proposing on stage.
Denton Arnell (Team John), “Hold On, We’re Going Home” — Grade: B- | This 31-year-old Chicagoan revealed before his Blind that he’d brought an engagement ring in order to propose to his girlfriend after his audition. Luckily, he got a chair turn from John (and only John) pretty fast. How much would it have sucked to have been planning to pop the question after getting on The Voice… and then not getting on The Voice? Denton’s voice was solid and sexy as hell, and had a tone to it that really sold his coach. The Drake number he chose didn’t allow him to show off a whole lotta range, but damn, that last run was sweet! Oh, and his significant other accepted his on-stage proposal — even after he accidentally head-butted her. (Oops.)
But the MVP of the group goes to......
Beth Griffith-Manley (Team Kelly), “Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)” — Grade: B+ |The daughter of Johnny Griffith of Motown’s Funk Brothers, this 46-year-old former background singer for Anita Baker chose Aretha to cover because her dad had once played piano for the Queen of Soul. But it was also a good song selection as it showcased her range in what sounded like an effortless way. In addition, there was a smooth, silky quality to what Kelly called Beth’s “classic” voice that, perhaps not coincidentally, called to mind Anita Baker. At last a solid contender for the female R&B lane… unless her age works against her with younger viewers.

The UK has brought back the battlefield for a game of speed and strategy. 
Blockbusters is a classic 80s game show, which brought you the famous phrase “I’ll have a P please Bob”. Now… It’s returning to our screens for 2019!
This time round the game show will be hosted by Irish comedian Dara O’Briain, but will still hold the same great format we know and love! Even the theme tune is the same, just remastered and slightly modernized.
For those that don’t know, Blockbusters is a question based game show that see’s two teams of teenagers (one team with a solo player and the other as a team of two) battle it out, as they answer questions to make their way across the board to the other side.
The board is split up into hexagons with one team going left to right and the other bottom to top, meaning they can block each other from getting to the other side. To get a hexagon in their colour, they must answer a question correctly. Questions are based around the letter on the hexagon block. For example if the letter is U, the question could be “What is the best resource for finding air dates?” and the answer would be UKAirDates.
For each block answered correctly, the contestants gain £20 in their cash pot. In the final round, known as the gold run. The blocks will be worth £50. If they complete the Gold Run by getting to the other side, the contestant will receive an experiential prize. Lose, and they will take home their cash pot, along with a Blockbusters hooded jacket and mug.
Blockbusters holds an iconic format and a groovy theme-tune, with-out over doing it or adding
unnecessary twists. It provides pleasant and relatable viewing for all ages and interests, whether you are wanting to quiz yourself, or just looking for some easy viewing TV.

St. Patrick's Day is coming up and our Starcade Sabercats Natalie & Tara have some drinks that'll make you green with envy. Excuse me while I go have a Mcdonalds Shamrock shake. 

A true Image

LOS ANGELES, CA (March 5, 2019) - Today, the NAACP announced that Anthony Anderson is set to return as host for the 50th NAACP Image Awards. Anderson is a two-time NAACP Image Awards Winner for his role on blackish, and will be hosting the show for the 6th consecutive year. Winners for the 50th NAACP Image Awards will be revealed during the two-hour LIVE TV special airing on TV One on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at 9pm/8c from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.
Anderson, is currently the star and Executive Producer of ABC's multi-award winning sitcom, blackish, a four-time NAACP Image Award Winner for Outstanding Comedy Series, Anderson is also set to star in the upcoming Netflix film Beats.
"We are pleased to have Anthony as our host for our 50th anniversary. Anthony's charisma on stage has won over our audience and continues to bring in new viewers every year. As we recognize the best of the best artists for their accomplishments over the past year, we couldn't be more proud to do so with Anthony by our side," said President and CEO Derrick Johnson.
In addition to the live telecast, TV One will air the 50th NAACP Image Awards Tribute Special, sponsored by Toyota, immediately preceding the show at 8pm ET/7C. The tribute special honors this year's nominees, past winners and significant moments. Hosted by Urban One Founder and Chairperson Cathy Hughes, the special features in-depth one-on-one conversations with director/actress Salli Richardson-Whitfield, singer/actor John Legend, actor Stephan James, actress Loretta Devine, music industry legend Clarence Avant, soul singer Kenny Lattimore, and Congresswoman Maxine Waters. The network will provide promotional support for both programs on TV One, Radio One and Reach Media, Interactive One, and via a multi-platform marketing campaign.


We asked 100 Vault Guards....

Today, Emmy® Award-winning entertainer, radio personality, speaker, New York Times best-selling author and businessman, Steve Harvey, announces his latest venture, VAULT - a learning HUB for future leaders, entrepreneurs and CORPORATE visionaries. It will all kick off with the VAULT launch conference, May 17 - 19, 2019, in Los Angeles, featuring some of today's most inspiring thought leaders including Forbes & BusinessWeek recognized entrepreneur, Johnny Cupcakes, with additional speakers to be announced soon. Registration for the VAULT launch conference is available now with a special early registration price starting at $397 until March 30. More information on the platform and conference can be found at
Steve's positive impact has already been felt around the world. His top-selling books Act Like A Success, Think Like A Success and Jump have inspired millions. "My passion is motivation, but my gift is comedy to lead the audience through the transformation," says Steve.
VAULT will be an online digital platform designed to reach, teach and empower people to step up in every area of their life. It will focus on five core areas of development: career, entrepreneurship, wealth building, relationships and personal empowerment. VAULT will touch on everything from planning a career path and financial management skills to attracting love and finding your purpose. It will provide a mix of inspiration, practical guidance and specific tools especially designed to help future leaders excel at networking, creativity, growth, positivity and much more.

Snoop Dog is fed up with the Lakers.
The rapper went on a rant following the team's latest loss on Saturday to the Suns.
In the NSFW video, Snoop Dog says, "Somebody got to go" and says it should start with coach Luke Walton.
He yelled that the team needs to "get LeBron [James] some f---ing help
He also said he was selling his booth, and he was putting it on the market for $5.

Summer can't get here any longer, so the celebrity version of the game GSN airs all the time comes to.......where Poppy Miller, Kaylor Davies, Madeline Dodd and soon to be heading to Jackbox city Sydney Ryan appear on your phone right before your eyes.

ave you ever watched Steve Harvey ask a question and known the top answer right off the bat? If so, you’re in luck. Family Feud Live (celebrity edition, no less) is coming to Charleston Music Hall on Sat. June 8 at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $39.50 to $59.50 and go on sale this Fri. March 15 at 10 a.m.

The live show is based on the TV game show and features comedian and actor Alonzo Bodden as the host. Grocery Store Joe (The Bachelorette) and Cathy Rigby McCoy (US Gymnastics team) serve as team captains. 

Other contestants will all be randomly selected from audience members in order to form an on-stage “family” — and there will also be prizes available to win.

There is no purchase (besides your entrance ticket) necessary to be considered to play. But, you must be a legal U.S. resident, be 18 years or older and register at the registration area around the Music Hall Box Office three hours before the show starts. If you have any questions, feel free to call the Box Office at (843) 853-2252.

As usual, there is a dinner and show option available for an additional $32 at either Virginia’s on King or Vincent Chicco’s. 

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So Impressed! with Madi2TheMax. Our Match game mistress of impressionism is about to blow your mind with impressions of a Netflix show we're digging on. Roll it!!!!!

That's all for now, but remember one thing:  Can Snoop Dogg ever be the head coach of teh Los Angeles Lakers? 

So until next time and all the on playas. 


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