Steve McQueen’s Bullitt Mustang expected to auction for huge money

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Steve McQueen’s Bullitt Mustang expected to auction for huge money

The famous green Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in the 1968 Warner Bros. film “Bullitt” is headed to auction in January, in Kissimmee, Fla., and if Mecum Auctions gets what they are expecting, the car could sell for more than $3.5 million— that’s the record price for an American muscle car. According to Hagerty, an insurer and valuator of classic vehicles, the “Bullitt” Mustang could end up the most expensive Mustang ever sold at auction, surpassing a 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake that Mecum sold for $2.2 million at the 2019 Kissimmee auction.

Could it be yours? Well, you can dream. Here’s a look at Steve McQueen’s “Bullitt” Mustang.

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Everything coming to tv and streaming January 2020!

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Everything coming to tv and streaming January 2020!

I really can no longer react shocked when I see a January with more than 25 new shows starting. It’s madness what’s going on in tv and streaming, but it’s worth keeping up with.  Literally, because of how many shows were starting this month, I had to cut out those that were REstarting for the second half of their seasons.  You’d go blind reading it all.

So here are all the shows starting brand new seasons in January 2020.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: The Circle (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Messiah (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 8/7 PM: The First 48: Chain of Death (A&E, Two-Hour Special)
  • 8/7 PM: HGTV Dream Home 2020 (HGTV, One-Hour Special)
  • 8/7 PM: Doctor Who (BBC America, Season 12 Premiere/Special Night)
  • 8/7 PM: Killer Bods (ID, Series Premiere)
  • 8/7 PM: Married at First Sight (Lifetime, Season 10)
  • 8/7 PM: My 600-lb Life (TLC, Season 8)
  • 9/8 PM: Impossible Engineering (Science Channel, Season 7)
  • 9/8 PM: Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice (CNN, Special)
  • 9/8 PM: The Real Housewives of Dallas: Reunion Part 1 (Bravo, One-Hour Special)
  • 10/9 PM: 100 Day Dream Home (HGTV, One-Hour Special)

Thursday, January 2, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Thieves of the Wood (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 8/7 PM: The First 48 (A&E, Season 19)
  • 8/7 PM: Last Man Standing (FOX, Season 8)
  • 8/7 PM: What Is Jeopardy!? Alex Trebek and America’s Most Popular Quiz Show (ABC, One-Hour Special)
  • 9/8 PM: Christina on the Coast (HGTV, Season 2)
  • 9/8 PM: Dead of Winter (ID, Season 2)
  • 9/8 PM: Deputy (FOX, Series Premiere)
  • 9/8 PM: Surviving R. Kelly (Lifetime, Season 2)

Friday, January 3, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Anne with an E (Netflix, Season 3)
  • 3/2 AM: James May: Our Man in Japan (Amazon, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: Extreme Love (WE, Season 2)

Saturday, January 4, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Dracula (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Go! Go! Cory Carson (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 9:30/8:30 PM: Hopelessly in Love: Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes and Andre Rison (Lifetime, Two-Hour Special)

Sunday, January 5, 2020

  • 7/6 PM: Golden Globe Arrival Special (NBC, One-Hour Special)
  • 8/7 PM: The 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards (NBC, Three-Hour Special)
  • 9/8 PM: Evil Lives Here (ID, Season 7)
  • 9/8 PM: Worst Cooks in America (Food Network, Season 18)

Monday, January 6, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: The Brokenwood Mysteries (Acorn TV, Series 6)
  • 3/2 AM: The Family Farm (Acorn TV, U.S. Series Premiere)
  • 7:30/6:30 PM: Infinity Train (Cartoon Network, Season 2)
  • 8/7 PM: America’s Got Talent: The Champions (NBC, Season 2)
  • 8/7 PM: Antiques Roadshow (PBS, Season 24)
  • 8/7 PM: The Bachelor (ABC, Three-Hour Season 24)
  • 9/8 PM: Kids Baking Championship (Food Network, Season 8)
  • 9/8 PM: Love & Hip Hop: Miami (VH1, Season 3)
  • 10/9 PM: Carter (WGN, Season 2)
  • 10/9 PM: Manifest (NBC, Season 2)

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

  • 8/7 PM: Ellen’s Game of Games (NBC, Two-Hour Season 3)
  • 8/7 PM: Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time (ABC, Series Premiere)
  • 8/7 PM: Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘n Out (VH1, Season 14)
  • 8/7 PM: Siesta Key (MTV, Season 3)
  • 9/8 PM: Schitt’s Creek (POP, Season 6)
  • 9/8 PM: Vanderpump Rules (Bravo, Season 8)
  • 10/9 PM: FBI: Most Wanted (CBS, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (NBC, Series Premiere/Special Night and Time)

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Cheer (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 8/7 PM: Undercover Boss (CBS, Season 9)
  • 9/8 PM: Criminal Minds (CBS, Two-Hour Season 15 Premiere)
  • 9/8 PM: Party of Five (Freeform, Series Premiere)
  • 9/8 PM: The Real Housewives of Dallas: Reunion Part 2 (Bravo, 75-Minute Special)

Thursday, January 9, 2020

  • 9/8 PM: Truth & Lies: The Jeffrey Epstein Story (ABC, Two-Hour Special)

Friday, January 10, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: AJ and the Queen (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Giri/Haji (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Harvey Street Kids (Netflix, Season 4)
  • 3/2 AM: The InBESTigators (Netflix, Season 2)
  • 3/2 AM: Jamtara: Sabka Number Ayega (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Medical Police (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Zumbo’s Just Desserts (Netflix, Season 2)
  • 8/7 PM: Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector (NBC, Series Premiere)
  • 8:45/7:45 PM: The Owl House (Disney Channel, Series Premiere)
  • 11/10 PM: Bill Burr Presents: The Ringers (Comedy Central, Series Premiere)

Saturday, January 11, 2020

  • 9/8 AM: Total Dramarama (Cartoon Network, Season 2)
  • 9/8 PM: Family or Fiance (OWN, Season 2)

Sunday, January 12, 2020

  • 7/6 PM: The 25th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards (The CW, Three-Hour Special)
  • 9/8 PM: The Outsider (HBO, Series Premiere)
  • 9/8 PM: Sanditon (PBS, Two-Hour Series Premiere)

Monday, January 13, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Ackley Bridge (Acorn TV, Series 3)
  • 3/2 AM: The Healing Powers of Dude (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 9/8 PM: The New Pope (HBO, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: Meet the Frasers (E!, One-Hour Series Premiere)

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 9/8 PM: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (The CW, Season 5)
  • 11/10 PM: Kings of Pain: Behind the Bites (History Channel, One-Hour Special)

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Grace & Frankie (Netflix, Season 6)
  • 8/7 PM: The CW Dog Honors (The CW, One-Hour Special)
  • 10/9 PM: 68 Whiskey (Paramount Network, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: Expedition with Steve Backshall (PBS, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: In Pursuit with John Walsh (ID, Season 2)
  • 10/9 PM: Listing Impossible (CNBC, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: The Magicians (Syfy, Season 5)

Thursday, January 16, 2020

  • 8/7 PM: Grown-ish (Freeform, Season 3)
  • 8:30/7:30 PM: Everything’s Gonna Be Okay (Freeform, Series Premiere)
  • 9/8 PM: The Last Days of Richard Pryor (ABC, Two-Hour Special)

Friday, January 17, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Ares (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Diary of a Future President (Disney+, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Endlings (Hulu, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Hip Hop Evolution (Netflix, Season 4)
  • 3/2 AM: Just Add Magic: Mystery City (Amazon, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Little America (Apple TV+, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Nailed It!: Wer Kann, Der Kann! (Netflix, Special)
  • 3/2 AM: Oprah’s Book Club: Elizabeth Strout – Olive, Again (Apple TV+, Special)
  • 3/2 AM: Sex Education (Netflix, Season 2)
  • 9/8 PM: Hopelessly in Love: Anna Nicole Smith and Larry Birkhead (Lifetime, Two-Hour Special)
  • 10/9 PM: Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO, Season 18)

Saturday, January 18, 2020

  • 8:30/7:30 PM: NBA Saturday Primetime on ABC (ABC, Season 5)
  • 9/8 PM: Seven Worlds, One Planet (BBC America, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: Beyond the Headlines: The Kamiyah Mobley Story with Robin Roberts (Lifetime, One-Hour Special)

Sunday, January 19, 2020

  • 10/9 AM: Ben 10 (Cartoon Network, Season 4)
  • 7/6 PM: Murdered by Morning (Oxygen, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: 9-1-1: Lone Star (FOX, Series Premiere/Special Night and Time)
  • 10/9 PM: Avenue 5 (HBO, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: Vienna Blood (PBS, Series Premiere)
  • 10:30/9:30 PM: Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO, Season 10)

Monday, January 20, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Dead Lucky (Acorn TV, U.S. Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Hidden Britain By Drone (Acorn TV, U.S. Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Love Island U.K. (Hulu, Season 6)
  • 12:30 PM/11:30 AM: The Adventures of Paddington (Nickelodeon, Series Premiere)
  • 8/7 PM: Street Outlaws: Fastest in America (Discovery Channel, Series Premiere)
  • 8/7 PM: Urban One Honors (TV One, Two-Hour Special)
  • 9/8 PM: An American Murder Mystery (ID, Season 15)
  • 9/8 PM: Brain Games (National Geographic Channel, Season 8)
  • 9/8 PM: Home Town (HGTV, Season 4)
  • 9/8 PM: No Passport Required (PBS, Season 2)
  • 10/9 PM: Spy Games (Bravo, Series Premiere)

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Jim Henson’s Word Party (Netflix, Season 4)
  • 10/9 PM: Project Blue Book (History Channel, Season 2)

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 10:30/9:30 PM: Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens (Comedy Central, Series Premiere)

Thursday, January 23, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: The Ghost Bride (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: October Faction (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: The Red Shadows (Sundance Now, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac (Netflix, Season 1.5)
  • 8/7 PM: Station 19 (ABC, Season 3)
  • 8:30/7:30 PM: Outmatched (FOX, Series Premiere)
  • 8:30/7:30 PM: Star Trek: Picard (CBS All Access, Series Premiere)
  • 9/8 PM: The Bold Type (Freeform, Season 4)
  • 9/8 PM: Swamp People (History Channel, Season 11)

Friday, January 24, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix, Season 2)
  • 3/2 AM: Rise of Empires: Ottoman (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Shrill (Hulu, Season 2)
  • 7/6 PM: The Crystal Maze (Nickelodeon, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: Ancient Aliens (History Channel, Season 15)

Saturday, January 25, 2020

  • 10/9 PM: Beyond the Headlines: The Watts Family Tragedy (Lifetime, One-Hour Special)

Sunday, January 26, 2020

  • 4/3 PM: E! Countdown to the Red Carpet: The 2020 Grammy Awards (E!, Special)
  • 6/5 PM: E! Live From the Red Carpet: The 2020 Grammy Awards (E!, Special)
  • 8/7 PM: The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards (CBS)
  • 8/7 PM: The Circus (Showtime, Season 5)
  • 11:30/10:30 PM: E! After Party: The 2020 Grammy Awards (E!, Special)

Monday, January 27, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: The Great Train Robbery (Acorn TV, U.S. Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: The Silence (Acorn TV, U.S. Series Premiere)

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

  • 8/7 PM: Arrow: Finale Preview (The CW, One-Hour Special)
  • 9/8 PM: The Biggest Loser (USA Network, Season 18)
  • 9/8 PM: I Am Jazz (TLC, Season 6)
  • 10:30/9:30 PM: Miracle Workers (TBS, Season 2)

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Next in Fashion (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Night on Earth (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Omniscient (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 10/9 PM: Miz & Mrs. (USA Network, Season 2)

Thursday, January 30, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: Ainori Love Wagon: African Journey (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: The Stranger (Netflix, Series Premiere)

Friday, January 31, 2020

  • 3/2 AM: All or Nothing (Amazon, Season 8)
  • 3/2 AM: BoJack Horseman (Netflix, Season 6)
  • 3/2 AM: Diablero (Netflix, Season 2)
  • 3/2 AM: I Am a Killer (Netflix, Season 2)
  • 3/2 AM: Luna Nera (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Ragnarok (Netflix, Series Premiere)
  • 3/2 AM: Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer (Amazon, Series Premiere)

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Don Imus, Radio Host’, Dies at 79

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Don Imus, Radio Host’, Dies at 79

Just over the AP wire:

Legendary, cowboy hat-wearing radio personality Don Imus, who hosted the radio show Imus in the Morning for nearly 50 years, has died. Imus was 79.

Imus passed away on Friday morning at Baylor Scott and White Medical Center in College Station, Texas, after being hospitalized on Christmas Eve, a representative said. The cause of death was not given.

“Don loved and adored Deirdre, who unconditionally loved him back, loved spending his time watching Wyatt become a highly skilled, champion rodeo rider and calf roper, and loved and supported Zachary, who first met the Imus family at age 10 when he participated in the Imus Ranch program for kids with cancer, having battled and overcome leukemia, eventually becoming a member of the Imus family and Don and Deirdre’s second son,” Imus’ family said in a statement.

Imus is survived by his wife of 25 years, Deirdre, sons Wyatt and Lt. Zachary Don Cates and daughters Nadine, Ashley, Elizabeth and Toni.

A small service for Imus will be held in the next few days. The family requests that any donations be made to the Imus Ranch Foundation, which supports charities for children with cancer and other major illnesses.

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Greece gives actor Tom Hanks honorary Greek citizenship

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Greece gives actor Tom Hanks honorary Greek citizenship

Tom Hanks, 63, and Rita Wilson, 62,, on vacation in Greece this summer

Tom Hanks may officially consider himself Greek.

Greece’s President Prokopis Pavlopoulos has signed an honorary naturalization order allowing the 63-year-old actor to claim Greek citizenship, his office told The Associated Press on Friday.

Hanks frequently spends his summer vacation on the Greek island of Antiparos and his wife, actress and producer Rita Wilson, is of Greek and Bulgarian ancestry.

Under Greek law, honorary naturalization may be granted to people “who have provided exceptional services to the country or whose naturalization serves the public interest.”

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Ryan Phillippe claps back at critics of his paid promoting of Saudi Arabia

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Ryan Phillippe claps back at critics of his paid promoting of Saudi Arabia

Ryan Phillippe has aggressively defended Saudi Arabia as he and other celebrities face fierce backlash for attending a music festival in the country – as some accused them of being ‘shameless’ and accepting six-figure sums to help rehabilitate the country’s image.

A bevy of stars have been slammed since they started inundating social media with photos of themselves attending the MDL Beast music festival in Riyadh over the weekend without mentioning the country’s controversial human rights record.

The likes of Sofia Richie, Winnie Harlow, Alessandra Ambrosio, Joan Smalls, Irina Shayk , Stella Maxwell, Luka Sabbat, Armie Hammer, Scott Disick and Phillippe all shared multiple photos in recent days that were tagged in Riyadh.

While the majority have not responded to the backlash, Phillippe has been lashing out at people commenting on his Instagram posts.

‘Things are changing, hopefully you do too sh*thead,’ he wrote to one person.

He said to another: ‘It’s changing moron. Have you been? I’d love to take any woman important to me. F**k off.

‘1st of all I’m traveling many places in the mid east. 2nd, find me a country without issues, i’ll wait. 3rd things are changing and progressing rapidly in KSA and the people are lovely. pay better attention and quit virtue signalling princess.’

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Jennifer Aniston is so good at Instagram

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Jennifer Aniston is so generous at sharing just what other famous people she’s chillin’ with all the time. I love it.

The actress took to Instagram on Monday with a snap from her recent festivities, which included guests Laura Dern, Rita Wilson, and longtime hairstylist Chris McMillan.

She captioned the group photo: ‘Say CHEESE!! Lotta love in that room. Happy Holidays!’

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Say CHEESE!! ???? Lotta love in that room ?? Happy Holidays!

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Sofia Vergara replacing Gabrielle Union on ‘AGT’?

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Sofia Vergara replacing Gabrielle Union on ‘AGT’?

Sofia Vergara is currently finishing the last season of “Modern Family” but it sounds like she might already have her next job in the wings as Gabrielle Union‘s replacement on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”

Sofia sat down for a meeting with “AGT” execs this week to discuss filling the seat left empty by Union, also who had a “productive” meeting of her own with NBC following the star-making complaints of workplace discrimination, which she believes ultimately led to her dismissal.  It actually surprises me Sofia would take the job if these accusations are floating around out there.

Sources at TMZ claim the Sofia was 20 minutes late for her meeting with NBC president Paul Telegdy and “AGT” production company, Fremantle. They didn’t hold her tardiness against her, however, going on to discuss not only the reality competition show, but other potential opportunities with the network, including a new drama series and or possible Spanish-language show on NBC owned network Telemundo.

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