• The "Tiger King" phenomenon is not over yet. Netflix is releasing an extra episode of the hit docu-series next week, according to zoo owner Jeff Lowe from the show. He revealed the details about a new episode in a Cameo video posted on Twitter by Justin Turner of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
  • James Drury, who was best known for his role as the mysterious, no-name foreman called "The Virginian" in that 60s TV series has died. He was 85.
  • Honor Blackman -- one of the first iconic, and perhaps most iconic Bond girls of the movie franchise -- has died. She played Pussy Galore in "Goldfinger" and passed away peacefully at her home in Lewes, Sussex.
  • The biggest, brightest super moon of 2020 will be appearing in the night sky Tuesday. Watch for the biggest full moon of the year to shine all night long as it beams in the east after sunset April 7 and climbs the highest up for the night around midnight, according to EarthSky.
  • FOX has canceled the rookie western drama "Deputy," which stars Stephen Dorff. Thirteen episodes were made.
  • Locked away in the vault of the National Library of Scotland, they have found a paper written by a student in which he used the F-word... back in 1568. The student was bored, as he was in lockdown because of the plague.
  • Spain is in a pretty big battle with the coronavirus and plans to introduce a basic income soon.
  • Pink says that she and her 3-year-old son, Jameson, both test positive for coronavirus two weeks ago and for a time, "it got scary," but now both are doing better.
  • Lee Fierro, the actress best known for playing Mrs. Kintner in Steven Spielberg's 1975 "Jaws" -- the one who slapped Chief Brody -- has died from complications of the coronavirus. She was 91.
  • Ellen returned this week with new shows she'll be doing from her home and using video interviews with the famous.
  • The Marvel Universe is shifting, at least when their movies come out. The "Black Widow" movie, which was supposed to be released this spring, has been bumped to November 8th. That is causing a ripple effect on the release date of other Marvel films.
  • 80s singer Christopher Cross said he had the coronavirus and it was "the worst illness I ever had." He's in recovery and doing better.
  • Big fire down in South Florida over the weekend that destroyed over 3500 rental cars.
  • There are those out there who are connecting the arrival of 5G to the spread of the coronavirus.
  • Quibi -- the streaming service only for phones -- has made it's debut. You can get "Quick Bites" for the first 3 months for free, then it's $4.99 a month with commercials or $7.99 without. Think of Netflix, but with series that have 10-minute episodes. Lots of big players in this.
  • You can't have the NBA, with players way closer than 6-feet from each other. So, they're working on the next big thing -- the NBA players taking each other on... in H-O-R-S-E.
  • Channing Tatum and Jessie J have split for the second time.
  • Four tigers and three lions in New York City have tested positive for the coronavirus, thanks to an infected zookeeper.
  • Detroit Tiger's legend Al Kaline passed away yesterday at the age of 85.
  • Lowe's is getting slammed for holding their Spring Black Friday sale over the weekend.


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