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The Greatest Show on Earth is coming to AXS
March 21st, 2019 under AXS. [ Comments: none ]


On May 21, 2017, we said goodbye to the longest running circus and May 27th, AXS TV will air Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey Circus: The Final Farewell.

For the first time ever will be given a behind the scenes look at what made the Greatest Show on Earth as the participants prepare to say goodbye to each other and the show. It is as though we are actually there with them.

Even though it has been nearly two years since they closed and I have not been to the circus since I was a kid, I still get sad thinking it is no longer around. That feeling you got walking into the three-ring circus can never be replicated. But this will come pretty gosh darn close.

Therefore, go buy a bag of shelled peanuts and get ready to enjoy the clowns all over again. Hopefully, they won’t be too sad during this documentary.

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AXS TV is celebrating Christmas in July with a day holiday music specials!
June 21st, 2018 under AXS, Christmas Music. [ Comments: none ]


Christmas is still six months away, but I am already getting into the spirit. What better way to do that then by listening to some music just for the holiday? That is exactly what AXS TV is doing on July 28th. Starting at 8a they will air 13 music specials that are so cool, you won’t need the air conditioner on that day.

A wide variety of musicians from Adult Contemporary to Country to pure Rock to Jessica Simpson. A little something for everyone. Even the Grinch and Ebenezer Scrooge could fake some holiday joy!

So mark your calendars because you do not want to miss this day of rockin’ concerts. That and because by July 29th, it will be time to go shopping for the season since it starts earlier and earlier every year.

To see which 13 Christmas specials they are airing, then click here!

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William Shatner becoming a standup comedian?
December 20th, 2016 under AXS, William Shatner. [ Comments: none ]


We have seen William Shatner try his hand at comedy over the years, but we have never seen him actually do standup comedy. That is all going to change because Page Six is reporting he is going to do it for AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live on January 19th.
I think he is going to be hysterical because he has such a dry sense of humor and great timing. But then again, that could be because he takes pauses between words and that makes him funnier.
Either way, I am looking forward to his comedy debut. Heck, if he does he really good job, maybe he has a new career in his future. He’s only 85 years young, and you are never too old to start something new. Could you imagine him touring the circuit or getting his own comedy special? I would tune in for that even if I find myself asking Scotty to beam me up half way through.

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What if Elvis Lives?
August 16th, 2016 under AXS, Elvis Presley. [ Comments: none ]


39 years ago today, Elvis Presley died, but what if he didn’t? That is what the AXS TV telemovie Elvis Lives is going to look at tonight at 9p.
On August 16, 1977, the world was shocked when Elvis Presley suddenly died. Because it was so sudden and he was very loved, people claimed to have seen him alive for many many years afterwards. Did he really die in that Graceland bathroom?
In this movie, a few weeks before Elvis (Jonathan Nation) “died”, his life was in a downward spiral. He just wanted to be back with Priscilla, his daughter Lisa and live a normal life. That was something he couldn’t do because he was the most famous person in the world. There was a way he could live on in secret and this is the theory on he did it.
That theory, is something you will learn when you watch this intriguing movie about Elvis’ final days as The King and his first few days as his new self.

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Hoff the Record is Hoff the charts!!!
March 31st, 2016 under AXS, David Hasselhoff/Baywatch. [ Comments: none ]


The newest trend in Hollywood is celebrities playing a messed up version of themselves. There’s been James Van Der Beek, Louis CK, Matt LeBlanc, George Lopez, Andrew Dice Clay and now David Hasselhoff. Up until Hoff the Record, I thought the Dawson was the best one at doing this, but now Michael Knight has taken that title.
On AXS’s Hoff the Record debuting tonight at 9p, The Hoff is now broke and moved to London to get some work. His first job is in a movie based on his life. Only problem is they brought in different people to play him throughout the decades and they want him to play the oldest version of himself. This doesn’t go over too well with him. Neither does his assistant Harriet (Ella Smith) who has never worked as one. His driver Terry (Asim Chaudhry) who is beyond psycho. His manager Max (Fergus Craig) who keeps booking him the worst jobs. But the worst of them all is the illegitimate son he never knew about. The Hoff had a one night stand with Dieter’s (Mark Quartley) mom on the infamous night he brought down the Berlin Wall. And that is just tonight’s episode, it gets crazier and crazier with each one.
Next week he gets a job doing a commercial that doesn’t go too well. Then he decides to be a UN Ambassador and goes to Harriette’s school to take part in a Model UN. When that doesn’t work, he decides to be a spokesperson against land mines. This episode is explosive, but not as much as when Hasslehoff agrees to play a party of crazy War Lord. But as wild and crazy as all of those episodes are, the season finale is the wildest and craziest one of them all. So Hofflarious, you will want to watch it several times because you won’t stop laughing.
What makes Hoff the Record so brilliant is that they are all in on the joke. You can tell that they are having a blast and because of that you will also be enjoying this nutty mockumentary. It honestly is one my favorite shows of the year and I really hope that we get more episodes. The world needs it.

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