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Kaley Cuoco, Husband Karl Cook Mourn Death of Rescue Dog Petunia

Saying goodbye. Kaley Cuoco and her husband, Karl Cook, paid tribute to their dog Petunia after her death.

The couple, who tied the knot in June 2018, announced the sad news on Wednesday, November 25. “We love you dear special Petunia!!!!!” the actress, 34, wrote via her Instagram Story. “You are the reason we continue to save dogs just like you. And we will never stop.”

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Petunia, Karl Cook and Kaley Cuoco. Courtesy Karl Cook/Instagram; Rob Latour/Shutterstock

Cook, for his part, posted a lengthy message on his Instagram account. “After a life of untold loneliness and hardship she is at rest. For that I am happy,” he captioned numerous sweet photos of Petunia. “We did what we adopted petunia to do better than anyone else, give her everything. She is resting at peace, with everyday’s sunset to warm her. That is what matters most. Petunia it is not the

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Sean Henry is the new host of CBC Radio’s Daybreak, replacing Mike Finnerty

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Henry was most recently anchoring the 11 p.m. local CBC TV newscast, replacing Nancy Wood, who moved over to take a leadership role at CBC Montreal’s digital desk. Prior to that, he was anchoring the newscasts on the weekend. He’d had that gig since 2014.

He came to the CBC Montreal newsroom in 2012 after seven years at CBC in Windsor, where he had anchored both TV and radio shows, worked as a court reporter and as a video journalist. Before heading to Windsor, Henry — who grew up in LaSalle — reported from Quebec City for Global Quebec.

Henry says Daybreak is all about connecting to people on the most local level possible.

“I think it’s local, I think it’s really neighbourhood,” said Henry. “(Friday) morning they were talking (on Daybreak) about what’s changed over the last 10 years and one of the things I think

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Taylor Swift & Jack Antonoff Really Loved Playing This ‘Folklore’ Track Live

Swift — along with producers Antonoff and Aaron Dessner — performed the full Folklore album in the same room together for the first time for the cozy, acoustic session, which is now streaming on Disney+, and its accompanying live album.

Swift and Antonoff, who had worked on “August” together from afar during the pandemic, seemed to have a blast bringing the tune to life again live at Long Pond Studio.

The Folklore hitmaker has been joining the chatter about her live new release on Twitter over the past couple days, replying to not only Antonoff, but also fans.

“i’m so happy we got to hear the stories behind these masterpieces!!” one fan tweeted. “it only added to my appreciation for taylor’s expert songwriting! so in love with them all.”

“Thank you so much, I’m glad,” Swift said. “Folklore is partly personal, partly fictional so I wanted there to be some

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Asking Price for No Time to Die Streaming Rights Was Way Higher Than First Reported

Rumors of a streaming release for the upcoming Bond venture No Time to Die refuse to, well, die. While earlier reports claimed that MGM was looking for an eye-watering $600 million for the rights to stream the movie, with both Apple TV+ and Netflix reportedly offering bids, new reports are stating that the studio actually want upwards of $800 million for the latest 007 adventure. Unsurprisingly, there were no takers.

Amid the ongoing global circumstances and theater closures, the studio may eventually relent and look to shop the movie around for a streaming release. Ultimately though the final decision must be approved by James Bond series producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, whose general thoughts on the matter were summed by an unnamed producer; “It’s MGM’s golden goose, but it’s the Broccolis’ platinum goose.”

No Time to Die has suffered several delays and was originally due for release in

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Best Black Friday Fire TV Stick Deals 2020

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With Black Friday deals everywhere, we’ve spotted some fantastic offers on Amazon Fire TV Sticks with products starting from just $18. The discounts include the Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite, Amazon Fire TV Stick, and Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K so there’s something for everyone here. These are just some of the many Amazon Black Friday deals currently out there with many more Black Friday smart home deals available if you feel like making your home a little smarter in the coming weeks.

Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite — $18, was $30

Amazon Fire TV Stick LiteReduced from $30 to $18, you can enjoy a 40% savings on the Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite right now. It’s Amazon’s most affordable Fire TV Stick yet promising fast streaming in full HD. You can use it to stream content from all your

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Bachelor Nation’s Arie Luyendyk Jr. Reveals He Tested Positive for COVID-19: ‘It’s Been Rough’



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Arie Luyendyk Jr. has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

On Thursday, the former Bachelor, 39, shared in a video on Instagram Stories that he was diagnosed with COVID-19 “nine days ago,” saying that the experience has been “rough” for both him and wife Lauren Burnham.

“Many of you have been wondering why we haven’t done Bachelor Brunch, why we’ve been so absent on social media and why I’m sitting like 25 feet away from the girls. It’s ’cause I actually tested positive for COVID,” Luyendyk Jr. begins. “Tomorrow, I get to go in and see if I’m clear.”



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“It’s been rough. I gotta say, it’s not been easy being separated,” he continues.



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which LG OLED TV is best to grab in the Black Friday deals?

LG is big on OLED TVs. Really big. It’s the only manufacturer that actually makes OLED TV screens, and while others like Sony absolutely put LG’s panels to good use, it’s maybe no surprise to see that LG offers the best OLED price/technology balance with its LG BX and LG CX TVs. 



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Years of experience gives the company a certain mastery over the form. LG’s OLED TVs are phenomenally good – following our LG CX review, it sits in a dominant position in our list of the best OLED TVs, the best gaming TVs, and the best TVs of all kinds!

In 2020, the company’s OLED range follows the same pattern as previous years, with a more budget-focused LG BX model sitting just below the LG CX in price, with the CX promising LG’s best 4K OLED image quality

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Alief To Sell Gonzalo Calzada’s ‘Nocturna:’ Side A & B At Ventana Sur

U.K.-based distribution company Alief has secured global sales and remake rights for “Nocturna,” sides A and B, from writer-director Gonzalo Calzada.

The British distributors have also shared with Variety an exclusive trailer from the film’s upcoming marketing campaign, set to kick off on Dec. 1 at the multi-city Ventana Sur market.

The “Nocturna” films are produced by Argentine genre specialists Coruya Cine (“Russian Lady,” “Searching for the Black Rainbow”) and Calzada’s regular producers La Puerta Cinematografica (“Luciferina,” “Resurreccion”).

At last year’s Blood Window genre showcase, one of Ventana Sur’s prominent sidebars, the Nocturna films were screened as works in progress. Both were finished shortly thereafter and scheduled for a 2020 release which was postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. A possible silver lining of the delay, the films were able to screen a preview at October’s B3 Biennale of the Moving Image in Frankfurt, building buzz ahead of their market

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This 98-inch Samsung TV is $50,000 off for Black Friday and yes that’s a comma not a period

The Verge would greatly appreciate it if you bought a certain Samsung TV today. We make some of our money from affiliate revenue, and Black Friday in particular helps pay some of the bills! And today only, this particular TV is fifty thousand dollars off. That should make it easy for you, right?

You think it’s a typo? Some pricing error, maybe a scam where you’ll owe the full amount when all’s said and done? Nope! It’s just that the 98-inch Q900 normally costs $100,000, and Samsung is making it a win-win for everyone (particularly us!) by offering it half-off.

Wait, you’re telling me you don’t have $50,000 for a new TV? How are you going to afford a 98-inch 8K television with that kind of thinking? You can’t, of course: at the bargain price of $50,000, Samsung has finally undercut Sony’s rival 98-inch 8K TV, which costs $60,000.

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Opinion | If we’re to unite as a country again, we need the media’s cooperation

Sure, sure, the models threw the politicos off. The polls were misleading. Republicans did far better than many of the folks who track our politics expected. But the news media’s chief problem is that it’s stuck in a bubble, talking mostly to itself. Sitting in the Green Room, I would listen to my friends and colleagues discussing the folks out yonder and what they had learned on the hustings, thinking: You can’t get there from here. Dropping in a place for a few hours or days isn’t enough to understand why people think a certain way.

I’ve been watching — and have participated in — this charade for close to 35 years as a columnist. When I hooked a U-Haul trailer to my car and drove to Washington in 2003, I told people I was going to be a spy for Bubba. Having observed national reporters parachuting into my home

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