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These aren't your usual made-for-TV Christmas movies

With only 13 holiday titles, Lifetime and its sister channel Lifetime Movie Networks are featuring films with more mature themes.
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Lifetime has fewer Christmas movies this year but more 'mature' holiday programming Click to view images

With only 13 holiday titles, Lifetime and its sister channel Lifetime Movie Networks are featuring films with more mature themes, like "A Cowboy Christmas Romance" and "Ladies of the '80s."

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Commentary: Broadway hasn't always shown up for female fans. A surprise smash proved their power Click to view images

A filmed performance of "Waitress," starring Sara Bareilles, captures how the musical won over Broadway's most underappreciated audience: women.

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How Cirque du Soleil helped build modern Las Vegas Click to view images

Cirque du Soleil was a scrappy Montreal startup when it first landed in Las Vegas 30 years ago. Today, Cirque shows are featured at casinos up and down the Strip — a reminder that Cirque helped build Sin City into a global entertainment destination.

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Frances Sternhagen, 'Cheers' and 'Sex and the City' actor, dies at 93 Click to view images

Frances Sternhagen, an actor who received acclaim and Emmy nominations for her performances in "Cheers" and "Sex and the City," has died. She was 93.

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Not another jukebox musical, 'Hell's Kitchen' artfully reimagines Alicia Keys' songs Click to view images

The world premiere of "Hell's Kitchen," the semi-autobiographical musical by Alicia Keys, features a book by Kristoffer Diaz and sublime vocals by a cast that re-interprets some of Keys' biggest hits.

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Mads Mikkelsen as a (mostly) good guy leads 'The Promised Land' in its run for Oscar Click to view images

Actor Mads Mikkelsen reteams with director Nikolaj Arcel for "The Promised Land," Denmark's international feature entry at the 2024 Academy Awards.

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Taylor Swift is Spotify's top artist of 2023, surpassing Bad Bunny Click to view images

Taylor Swift's massive year continues as 2023's most streamed artist on the Swedish audio platform. The rankings are part of the company's annual Spotify Wrapped marketing blitz.

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