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  • Safety Marking Explores the History of Pavement Marking Though it might be hard to imagine, there was a point in time where drivers took to the open road with no markings in sight.

  • Films With Alternate Endings: Are They Better Than the Original Endings? Between the scriptwriting process and the completed theatrical release, a film goes through numerous changes, rewrites, shifts, and at times complete reshoots. Even after the film is released, the director could continue working on additional changes, including alternate endings to be released in future home media releases or even as entirely separate films from the director's cut.

  • TV Shows That Have Been Rebooted, Revived for Adoring Viewers Not all TV shows are created equal; some series have been more successful than others, some we miss, and some we think we have wasted our time on. The studio ax does not have to mean the end of a show, as resurrected canceled TV shows prove.

  • Best Single-Season TV Shows If You Are Afraid of Commitment Towards a Series There are numerous long-running, beloved TV shows that exist in the cultural zeitgeist, but there are many more single-season ones that vanished as swiftly as they came. Good shows do not always receive good ratings. You can still give one-season shows a go when you are on the lookout for something short and sweet.

  • If You Love 'the Queen's Gambit,' Here Are 4 Shows to Watch "The Queen's Gambit," courtesy of Netflix, does not sound all that compelling at its core: a show about chess. Even though chess is an elegant and complex game that requires mastery, it does not necessarily profile as the most watchable television concept.

  • 2020 in Review: The Worst Shows You Might Have Wasted Your Time On Which shows (dramas, comedies, reality shows, etc.) were the most disappointing, frustrating, or downright bad? While 2020 introduces us to a couple of gems, including "The Queen's Gambit," "The Haunting of Bly Manor," "Ratched," and Unsolved Mysteries, it also delivered some shows you could have lived without.

  • The Best Mockumentary Movies That Poke Fun at Realism Mockumentary movies are a genre that pokes fun at real-life phenomena and events in the language of "realistic," faux-documentary film methods. The art form has been significantly around since 1938 when Orson Welles read a fake radio news broadcast adapted from H.G. Wells' "War of the Worlds" and comically convinced Americans that aliens had invaded Earth.

  • The Best Thanksgiving Films to Watch to Imbibe the Holiday Spirit Thanksgiving should not be forgotten, even if the first thing that comes to mind when we talk about holidays is Christmas. There are quite a few movies that align with turkey day which could be good accompaniments to seasonal traditions.

  • The Best Classic TV Shows to Stream and Binge-Watch You are probably well aware of what is up for watching on current television. However, you might have missed out on old shows that were gems in their time up until now.

  • The Best Miniseries in TV History: Binge-Watches Over the Weekend The miniseries concept was a popular attraction during the late 1970s and 1980s. Cable then revived the format in the 2000s. These miniseries include looking back at some of the biggest historical events of all time to unsparing crime dramas.

  • The Most Iconic Film Theme Songs That Set Movies' Tone Perfectly A movie soundtrack is one of the most important parts of a film-watching experience whether we notice it or not. The most suitable music helps set the mood of the scene, igniting emotions from the viewer. The weaving of the film is elevated, bringing us into the world before us.

  • 5 Best Series Finales in TV History, Viewers Want to Watch them All Over Again The best series finales wrap up complex seasons and entire shows in a way that does justice to their complex characters and lengthy storylines. This is especially true when the final episode of a season hinges on a major reveal, ends on a cliffhanger, or underscores the ultimate fate of an iconic protagonist.

  • iPhone 12: Night Mode Photography With Lidar Scanner Is a Step Toward the Future The differences in night photographs compared to the iPhone 11 Pro are subtle. But there is one feature that is new this year and found only on the two iPhone 12 Pro models: Night mode portraits.

  • The Nexus Between Climate Change and Poverty: How Inseparable Are They? Climate change increases the likelihood or potency of events, including heatwaves, floods, and drought, and inflicts billions of dollars worth of damage. However, it would not affect each person equally.

  • Couple Recreates Scenes from Action-Packed Netflix Series 'Money Heist' in Prenup Shoot Photos of the soon-to-be-married couple wearing "Money Heist" uniforms caught the public's attention on social media.

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