What’s on TV Saturday: ‘McQueen’ and ‘Jonestown: Terror in the Jungle’

An Alexander McQueen documentary debuts on Amazon. And a Sundance TV series looks back at the Jonestown massacre. What’s Streaming McQUEEN (2018) on Amazon. The story of the renegade fashion designer Alexander McQueen, who died in 2010, has been told in a play, in biographies and in countless tabloids. This moving documentary by Ian Bonhôte […]

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On Bravo, a captivating podcast loses its appeal in limited TV series

I was told there would be cake. Or rather, I imagined the cake, thinking I’d find something delectable about Dirty John, Bravo’s eight-episode limited series based on the gripping true-crime podcast and narrative series by Los Angeles Times reporter Christopher Goffard. In addition to drawing on Goffard’s riveting reporting — about Debra Newell, a wealthy […]

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The 2019 List Of The World’s Best Airlines Is Out Now

The 2019 list of the world’s best airlines is out, and topping the rankings is Asian carrier Singapore Airlines. The much-awaited annual Airline Excellence Awards comes courtesy of AirlineRatings.com, which is an aviation safety- and product-rating site based out of Perth, Australia. Singapore Airlines took the top spot in this year’s rankings.Singapore Airlines While Air […]

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Women’s World Twenty20: Anya Shrubsole hat-trick inspires England win over South Africa

Media playback is not supported on this device Highlights: Shrubsole Sciver lead England to victory Anya Shrubsole’s hat-trick took England into the Women’s World Twenty20 semi-finals as they thrashed South Africa by seven wickets in St Lucia. England’s place in the final four was confirmed when West Indies beat Sri Lanka in the group’s other […]

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