Netflix has renewed Lucifer for a fourth season

The TV world experienced a bloodbath a couple of weeks ago as a networks decided to canceled a number of shows, such as The Expanse, Scorpion, Marvel’s Inhumans, The X-Files, and a number of others. Since then, the usual fan campaigns to save their favorite shows surfaced, helping to rescue …

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Here are all of Jack-Jack’s powers in the Incredibles 2

There are 14 years between the first Incredibles movie and its new sequel Incredibles 2, but one thing that’s thrilling to see pay off in both films is watching baby Jack-Jack play with his various powers, sometimes at the expense of the family. In the first movie, the only people …

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7 new trailers you should watch this week

A couple weeks ago, I watched The Final Year, a documentary that follows several members of the Obama administration during their final year in office. There’s plenty to criticize the doc for — mainly that it never really takes a critical eye to the characters or events it covers — …

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The massive E3 sales you can still shop

E3 has just wrapped, but there are a lot of not-to-be-missed sales from Nintendo, Playstation, and Xbox still going from major retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, while others are matching their prices. But if gaming isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other solid deals happening this weekend as …

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Cybermom on the run: this week in tech, 20 years ago

This week in 2018 has been dominated by video game news, since the E3 conference in Los Angeles just wrapped up. The most exciting game I could find from this week in 1998 was the Nintendo 64 puzzler Wetrix, which essentially combined Tetris with terraforming. You can dig up the …

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The Universe Is Not a Simulation, but We Can Now Simulate It

In the early 2000s, a small community of coder-cosmologists set out to simulate the 14-billion-year history of the universe on a supercomputer. They aimed to create a proxy of the cosmos, a Cliffs Notes version in computer code that could run in months instead of giga-years, to serve as a …

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Protect My Head? Soccer Pros Shrug and Carry On

Today, during a World Cup game between Morocco and Iran, Moroccan winger Nordin Amrabat suffered a wicked head injury when he collided with an opponent. After he went down, a team trainer tried to revive him by slapping his face—a move decried by athletes and followers online. But despite the …

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