Television

Keith Raniere, the leader of the high-profile NXIVM cult, was sentenced to 120 years in prison by Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis on Tuesday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Raniere, 60, was convicted last June of sex trafficking, forced labor, production and possession of child pornography, racketeering, and wire fraud. NXIVM (first known as Executive Success Programs)
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The Undoing wasn't created to be a statement piece about the extreme privilege of upper-class society membership, but much of HBO's tense and unnerving new mystery-drama exists within a haves-versus-have-nots framework that comes through even clearer in an era of sustained unrest over the inequities of justice and economic disparity. The limited series, which David
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I've watched Borat Subsequent Moviefilm once and will probably watch it again, and I still can't believe it exists. The sequel to Sacha Baron Cohen‘s outrageous 2006 satire Borat was made in spite of the fame of the character and its creator, the pandemic, 15 years of cultural and political change, and legal challenges, including
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The season finale of The Vow on HBO aired Sunday, leaving viewers with questions about what happened to NXIVM's key players, including Keith Raniere, Allison Mack, Nancy Salzman, Lauren Salzman, India Oxenberg, and Clare Bronfman. The documentary series, about an alleged sex cult and multi-level marketing scheme masquerading as a self-help program, ended its first
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After the Democratic National Convention and Republican National Convention solidified the nominations for the 2020 presidential election, it's now time for the next big event in the 2020 general election: the presidential debates between President Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, and former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic challenger. Although some research shows that debates don't have as
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