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  • LeVar Burton to Guest Host ‘Jeopardy!’; George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, David Faber and Joe Buck Close Out Lineup April 21, 2021
    It’s happening. Following an uproarious social media push to have “Reading Rainbow” and “Star Trek” star LeVar Burton take the hosting podium on “Jeopardy!”, the actor has been announced as part of the final group of guest hosts who will round out the show’s 37th season in the wake of the death of beloved “Jeopardy!” […]
    Elaine Low
  • HBO Acquires Jacqueline Pereda’s Spanglish Short ‘Generation Por Qué?’ (EXCLUSIVE) April 21, 2021
    HBO has acquired “Generation Por Qué?,” a comedic Cuban American short inspired by and starring writer and producer Jacqueline “Jackie” Pereda. The coming-of-age story follows Jackie Pérez, a first-generation woman pursuing her acting dreams in New York City while enduring her very Cuban (and conservative) New Jersey-based parents. She can chase her dreams a […]
    Mónica Marie Zorrilla
  • Aziz Ansari’s ‘Master of None’ Season 3 Debuting on Netflix in May April 21, 2021
    The much-delayed third season of Netflix’s “Master of None” is coming next month, according to a tweet from the @NetflixQueue account. Here's just a taste of what's coming to Netflix (in The US) this May! — Netflix Queue (@netflixqueue) April 21, 2021 “Master of None,” created by Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, has had […] […]
    Kate Aurthur
  • How Shifting Senior Ranks are Ushering a Rise In Diversity at Major News Outlets April 21, 2021
    Newsrooms have been dominating the news lately. Just last week alone, both ABC News and CBS News named new leaders and Reuters News Service tapped a new editor-in-chief. Earlier this year, MSNBC installed a new president to succeed veteran Phil Griffin, who had worked at the network since its launch in 1996. The recent changes […]
  • Emmys 2021: Tracking The Season’s Changes, Still Amid COVID-19 April 21, 2021
    This time last year the COVID19 pandemic was pausing productions and calling into question the ability of television series and talent to effectively campaign for Emmys, not only due to health and safety concerns, but also because of how it might look to be trying to celebrate amid so much death. Now, more than 365 […]
    Danielle Turchiano
  • HBO Max’s ‘The Big Shot with Bethenny’ To Premiere in April (TV News Roundup) April 21, 2021
    HBO Max announced that “The Big Shot With Bethenny,” a new original series hosted by business tycoon and Skinnygirl founder Bethenny Frankel, will premiere on April 29. The seven-episode series will feature the next generation of business moguls competing for a position on Frankel’s executive team. Each contestant will participate in a variety of real-life [ […]
    Ethan Shanfeld
  • Director Jia Zhangke Launches New Shanxi Film Academy in China April 21, 2021
    Chinese director Jia Zhangke has formally launched his new venture: a filmmaking school in his native Shanxi staffed by some of China’s top industry talent, including helmers Ning Hao and Bi Gan. Communist party officials presided over an inauguration ceremony for the Shanxi Film Academy that was attended by major firms seeking synergies between the […] […]
    Rebecca Davis
  • STX Nabs Psychological Thriller ‘The Marsh King’s Daughter’ Starring Daisy Ridley April 21, 2021
    STXfilms has landed rights to “The Marsh King’s Daughter,” a psychological thriller starring Daisy Ridley. The film, from director Neil Burger (“Limitless,” “Voyagers”), is expected to begin production in Canada this June. Based on Karen Dionne’s novel, which has been published in 25 languages, the story follows Helena (Ridley) as a woman living a seemingly […]
    Rebecca Rubin
  • Oscars Big Week: Sean Penn, Julia Louis-Dreyfus Among Celebrities Putting Philanthropic Endeavors At The Forefront April 21, 2021
    The Governors Ball has been canceled and the Elton John AIDS Foundation benefit bash has been relegated to an online format. But the absence of Oscar-season fanfare has an upside: awards hopefuls, usually swept up in press junkets and formalwear fittings, have more time to undertake philanthropic pursuits and parlay their celebrity status to create […] […]
  • ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Sequel Series Starring Hilary Duff Ordered at Hulu April 21, 2021
    A “How I Met Your Mother” sequel series titled “How I Met Your Father” has been ordered at Hulu with Hilary Duff attached to star. In the near future, Sophie (Duff) is telling her son the story of how she met his father: a story that catapults us back to the year 2021 where Sophie […]
    Joseph Otterson

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  • Return of severe weather to rock the South April 21, 2021
    Following the most recent rounds of tornadoes, damaging winds and large hail that occurred about 10 days ago, the South has had little in the way of severe weather. Unfortunately, AccuWeather forecasters expect that lull to come to an end. The recent stretch of quiet weather will continue Wednesday and Thursday. By Friday, an increase...
  • Feisty thunderstorms to jolt I-95 corridor ahead of cold snap April 20, 2021
    Springtime weather worries continue to mount across portions of the Northeast this week. In addition to the threats for snow and a late-April chill, severe weather is also in the forecast for some. The week began with rather tranquil weather across portions of the Northeast. A few pop-up showers and thunderstorms arose Monday afternoon, setting...
  • Brrrr! Frigid air to follow record April snow in parts of US April 21, 2021
    April 20 marked the official one-month mark into the spring season, but Mother Nature apparently didn’t get the memo. A storm set a slew of records for daily snowfall amounts for the date. The system is also the culprit behind much colder air arriving across the Midwest and Northeast. AccuWeather forecasters warn that hard freezes...
  • Warmer water in Lake Michigan could mean more snow for surrounding cities April 21, 2021
    A newly released study suggests water temperatures are warming beneath the surface of Lake Michigan, and AccuWeather meteorologists warn that the rising temperatures of the lake water could actually mean surrounding cities will have more snow than usual. According to a study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) published last month i […]
  • What do tornado safety drills look like in the age of coronavirus? April 21, 2021
    With the United States anticipating more tornadoes than normal this spring and summer, schools are preparing staff and students with safety drills. However, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the need for social distancing has come to the forefront, forcing school administrators to make adjustments to their drills. Tornadoes occur in the U.S. year-round, […]
  • Soaking storms continue to drench Florida Peninsula April 19, 2021
    An unusually strong and moist front for April will continue to bring rounds of rain and locally severe thunderstorms over the central and southern parts of the Florida Peninsula through Wednesday. The front has already delivered nearly an entire month’s worth of rain in some areas since arriving this past weekend, and a few more...
  • Fishing trip at Lake Powell leads to family making extraordinary discovery April 19, 2021
    Historically low water levels at Lake Powell in Utah led to a fascinating discovery by one family. Liz Bowles was on a recent fishing trip with her family and said the water was so low on their trip that new areas they had never seen were exposed. “Where we camped is usually underwater,” Bowles told...
  • Much-needed precipitation to eye parched California April 20, 2021
    California is in desperate need of moisture in the form of rain and mountain snow. Since the water year began on Oct. 1, 2020, most areas are within the 25th to 50th percentile of average. Even though the tail end of the rainy season is at hand in California, there is some hope for late-season...
  • Meteor shower drought to end with Earth Day shooting stars April 15, 2021
    Earth Day is an annual event celebrating the environment around the world, and folks that want to kick off the special day outdoors can do so under the stars as a highly-anticipated meteor shower peaks. For the first time in nearly four months, skywatchers of all ages will have the opportunity to spot some shooting...
  • Deadly Typhoon Surigae leaves flooding, damage behind in the Philippines April 21, 2021
    Typhoon Surigae continued its sluggish northward journey on Thursday, local time, as the storm continued to lash the northern Philippines with rough surf, heavy rain and strong winds for the sixth consecutive day. As the storm finally begins to move out to sea during the second half of the week, it will leave behind widespread...

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Aries     (Mar 21-Apr 19)

Taurus     (Apr 20-May 20)

Gemini     (May 21-June 20)

Cancer     (Jun 21-Jul 22)

Leo     (Jul 23-Aug 22)

Virgo     (Aug 23-Sep 22)

Libra     (Sep 23-Oct 22)

Scorpio     (Oct 23-Nov 21)

Sagittarius     (Nov 22-Dec 21)

Capricorn     (Dec 22-Jan 19)

Aquarius     (Jan 20-Feb 18)

Pisces     (Feb 19-Mar 20)