House of the Dragon
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Last of Us
The Handmaid's Tale
The Umbrella Academy
Rick and Morty
Star Trek: Discovery
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
The Good Doctor
The Wheel of Time
Fear the Walking Dead
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
Superman & Lois
Only Murders in the Building
American Horror Story
Shadow and Bone
Born: 17 Mar, 1949
TV Series Starring Patrick Duffy
Dallas is a sequel to the 80s TV series with the same name. John Ross and Christopher, the sons of J.R. and Bobby, continue their fathers' fight over Southfork and Ewing Oil.
The show follows the Ewing family as they navigate the high-stakes world of oil and power in Dallas, Texas. Secrets, betrayals, and family drama abound in this modern continuation of the classic series.
Love Comes Softly
A woman's dream to forge a new life for herself on the great American plains becomes a test of her pioneering spirit, her inner strength, and her undying faith. It was Marty Claridge's dream to build her new life on the frontier with her husband. But when the courageous pioneer woman is suddenly widowed, she's offered a new opportunity - to marry a widower in a marriage of convenience that leads to unexpected love.
Step by Step
Frank Lambert is a construction worker and a single father of 3 kids. Carol Foster, a beautician, also has 3 children. After Frank and Carol run into each other on vacation and spontaneously get married, they and their children have to learn to live together and love each other. It's not easy, but they are trying to do this step by step.
Arguably the best soap opera ever produced, Dallas had it all. Beautiful women, expensive cars, and men playing Monopoly with real buildings. It had the best trans-season cliffhanger in history that had the whole world asking "Who shot J.R.?" Dallas is an important part of American History, if not world history.
Man from Atlantis
Mark Harris, a half-dead amphibian with gills where his lungs should be, is saved by Dr. Elizabeth Merrill and recruited to the Foundation for Oceanic Research.
In the super-sub Cetacean, Mark assists Dr. Merrill and her colleagues while searching for answers about his past in the lost city of Atlantis.
The Academy of Country Music Awards
The Academy of Country Music Awards were first held in 1966, honoring the industry's accomplishments during the previous year. It was the first country music awards program held by a major organization. The Academy's signature "hat" trophy was created in 1968. The awards were first televised in 1972 on ABC. In 1979, the Academy joined with Dick Clark Productions to produce the show. Dick Clark and Al Schwartz served as producers while Gene Weed served as director. Under their guidance, the show moved to NBC and finally to CBS, where it remains today.
In 2003, the awards show left Los Angeles and moved to Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. The show is now held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The Academy also adopted a sleeker, modern version of the "hat" trophy that year, and in 2004 the organization implemented online awards voting for its professional members, becoming the first televised awards show to do so.