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'Downton Abbey' movie release date announced
Your return trip to 'Downton Abbey' has been booked.

Prince fans file petition seeking federal grand jury probe into his death
A group of Prince fans reportedly are asking the US attorney for the District of Minnesota to convene a grand jury to investigate the singer's death.

Gilda Radner sweetly remembered in 'Love, Gilda'
Drawing from a trove of diaries and audiotapes, "Love, Gilda" is a bittersweet, nostalgic ode to Gilda Radner, one of "Saturday Night Live's" original Not Ready for Primetime Players, who died far too young. Deeply personal, this first-rate CNN Films documentary -- making a pit stop in theaters before its date with primetime -- also has something to say about the male-dominated world of comedy that Radner inhabited.

Tyra Banks: Lindsay Lohan will appear in 'Life-Size' sequel
It looks like Lindsay Lohan won't be reprising her famous role as Casey Stuart in "Life-Size," but co-star Tyra Banks is telling fans not to count her out.

Roseanne Barr says she knows fate of her character, but does she?
According to Roseanne Barr, her character on "The Conners" will be killed off in a sadly topical way.

Victoria Beckham dancing to a Spice Girls song is a thing
She's reportedly not in on a Spice Girls reunion, but by God Victoria Beckham dancing in a club to "Spice Up Your Life" will do for now.

Justin Bieber serenades fiancée in surprise London performance
Justin Bieber made an unexpected appearance outside Buckingham Palace in London to the delight of surprised fans and passersby Tuesday.

Jessica Simpson is expecting baby No. 3
Jessica Simpson had to set the record straight last year that she was absolutely not pregnant.

Jennifer Garner taking beauty tips from Reese Witherspoon is everything
Just when you thought Jennifer Garner couldn't be more adorable.

Sesame Street says Bert and Ernie's relationship status is not complicated
Bert and Ernie are still just roommates.

The best looks from Emmys the red carpet
See photos of the stars as the make their way down the red carpet for the 2018 Emmy Awards.

Hollywood roasted in Emmy opener
Nearly one year after the start of the #MeToo movement, and just a week after the CEO of CBS stepped down, the 70th annual Emmy Awards began with an acknowledgement of the reckoning that's still just starting to take hold.

See the full list of Emmy winners
The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Michael Che and Colin Jost, air Monday on NBC.

Emmys: What the voters got right (and wrong)
The Emmy Awards featured their share of surprises -- putting prognosticators on their heels, and spreading the wealth among a number of networks. There was also a welcome mix of old and new, which is one of the unique challenges that TV faces, from recognizing that much-talked-about new series to paying homage to a long-running show in its final year.

Why Jenifer Lewis wore Nike
"Black-ish" actress Jenifer Lewis wore a red and black Nike shirt on the Emmys red carpet Monday night as a message of support for the company's decision to promote Colin Kaepernick.

'Captain Marvel' debuts first trailer
The first trailer for Marvel's first female led superhero film has arrived.

'Mary Poppins Returns' is just as you remembered
Prepare to have another jolly holiday with Mary.

Glenn Weiss wins best Emmy moment with live proposal
We did not see it coming and it was beautiful.

More diversity jokes than wins for people of color at the Emmys
There was plenty of talk about diversity in Hollywood on Monday night at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, but the talk did not translate into wins for performers of color.

'Teddy Perkins' from 'Atlanta' at the Emmys confuses fans
There was a joke at Monday night's Emmy Awards that you only would have been in on if you are an "Atlanta" fan.

"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" had a marvelous night
One year after "The Handmaid's Tale" became the first series on a streaming network to win best drama at the Emmy Awards, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" and Amazon have done the same in the best comedy category.

'Game of Thrones' reclaims best drama crown
"Game of Thrones" reigns again.

Betty White's Emmy appearance was pure joy
Betty White proved once again she's a national treasure.

After Anthony Bourdain's death, 'Parts Unknown' enters uncharted territory
As someone most at home in a pair of broken-in jeans and a faded t-shirt, Anthony Bourdain once joked that putting on a suit to go to an awards show felt like making a court appearance.

Shannon Purser comes out a winner in 'Sierra Burgess is a Loser'
The mistaken-identity romance of "Cyrano de Bergerac" gets an update through modern teenage longing in "Sierra Burgess is a Loser," the latest addition to Netflix's lineup of movie rom-coms. Mostly, the film serves as a fine showcase for "Stranger Things" alum Shannon Purser -- there the much-lamented Barb, here the brainy but self-conscious girl who falls for a high-school quarterback.

'Modern Family' is killing off a main character next season
"Modern Family" fans should prepare to grieve next season.

Sean Penn's 'The First' never achieves liftoff
The romance surrounding space travel gets a workout and then some in "The First," a Hulu series that -- despite the combination of Sean Penn and "House of Cards" producer Beau Willimon -- never comes close to achieving liftoff. Sluggishly paced and too familiar in its character beats, it's the sort of prestige project that surely looked good on paper but fizzles once exposed to air.

Former NBC producer who worked on Ronan Farrow's Harvey Weinstein reporting breaks silence

Trump and his media boosters live in a hall of mirrors

MoviePass: 'Talk of our demise is greatly exaggerated'

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Jean Smart: After the Witch Trials
What do you do when the paper trail for your ancestor ends? Jean Smart discovered the answer was to not give up. Jean went on a road of discovery and found that her 8x great-grandmother, Dorcas Galley, was accused as a witch in Salem, Massachusetts. Shortly after her trial in 1692, Dorcas appeared to vanish Read More

Molly Shannon: Secrets in Irish Marriage Records
Sometimes a simple piece of paper can unlock a deep and tragic story about your ancestors. That’s what happened for Molly Shannon, who went on an emotional journey to trace her 2x great-grandparents, Hugh Cattigan and Bridget Farry. Molly’s adventure led her to Ireland, where she discovered their 1851 marriage certificate. That simple piece of Read More

Ancestry Product Update: Family Group Sheets are Back!
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Alternative WWI Army Service Detail Sources
Searching for information on Army military service from World War I can be a bit difficult for some researchers due to the 1973 fire at the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC). We tend to think we have to only look for World War I Army service information at the NPRC and if the records burned, Read More

Hilary Duff: Tracing Rags back to Riches
Hilary Duff knew her father was born into money, but her mother grew up poor. She assumed that, because of the poverty, little could be learned about her mother’s side of the family. But once Hilary embarked on the quest to discover her mother’s ancestors, she soon found secret gems buried in her family history. Read More

Megan Mullally: Courageous Women and Their Untold Stories
When Megan Mullally began her journey into the past, she discovered that many records for her family belonged to her male ancestors. She learned the sad truth that most legal documents in the 19th century related to men, with far fewer records belonging to women at the time. Megan realized, like many others researching their Read More

Laverne Cox: Expressions of Freedom
The search for African American ancestors often reveals a tale of hardship and overcoming trials. Laverne Cox went on the hunt to learn more about the family of her 2x great-grandmother, Georgiana Banks, and discovered a trove of stories that showed the African American experience in the 19th century, as well as expressions of freedom Read More

Ancestry Product Update: Conduct Search Utilizing the information on another Member’s Tree
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