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Ron Howard Docuseries 'Breakthrough' Renewed For Season 2 By Nat Geo Channel

National Geographic Channel has ordered a second season of Breakthrough, executive produced by Imagine Entertainment and Asylum Entertainment, for premiere in spring 2017.

The anthology series focuses on the world’s leading scientists and how their cutting-edge innovations and advancements change lives in the immediate future and beyond. 37 more words

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Ron Howard's 'Breakthrough' Gets Second Season at Nat Geo (EXCLUSIVE)

National Geographic Channel has ordered a second season of Ron Howard’s docuseries “Breakthrough,” Variety has learned exclusively.

The anthology series that enlists directors to follow trailblazing scientists on the verge of possibly monumental discoveries will get another six episodes, to premiere next spring. 201 more words

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American Graffiti (1973)

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American Graffiti would make a fine double-bill with Richard Linklater’s Dazed and Confused. Certainly, outside of the veneer of nostalgia there is in both films an air of sadness, of an innocence lost, although in Lucas’ film it is less pronounced. 87 more words

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The Beatles to Release ‘Live at the Hollywood Bowl’

By Brian Ives

As a companion to the upcoming Ron Howard directed documentary film The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years, the Beatles will also release the concert recording… 563 more words

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The Beatles Kinda Respond To Keith Richards By Announcing A New 'Live At The Hollywood Bowl' Album

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Recently, the always outspoken Keith Richards made some waves by saying the Beatles weren’t a very good live band. Now, almost as if it were a response to Keith slagging them off, it has been announced that… 215 more words

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Beatles Go Bowling Again

The Beatles are re-releasing, and adding to, their 1977 release “Live At The Hollywood Bowl”. This is in support of the movie”The Beatles: Eight Days A Week-The Touring Years”, a Ron Howard documentary, that hits theaters September 16th.  64 more words

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