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The new Showtime series The Affair stars Dominic West, Ruth Wilson, Maura Tierney, Joshua Jackson, andperhaps most of allMontauk, NY.
The show's first season is set and was filmed almost entirely in Montauk, showcasing the area's beaches, dunes, and slower-paced way of life.
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The village of Steveston, BC is offering a special deal for Once Upon A Time fans who want to explore the the real-life town featured in their favorite show.
For the past three years the cast and crew of OUAT have regularly descended on the streets of Steveston which they transform into Storybrooke, ME for the ABC series. When the show is in town the Steveston Post Office becomes the Storybrooke Post Office, The Cannery Café changes into Granny's Diner, and the Steveston Coffee Company is known as The Storybrooke Coffee Co.
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Saturday night's big wedding — and wedding night — episode of Outlander has some brides fantasizing about their own Scottish ceremony.
Most of the Outlander nuptials were filmed in Ayrshire, but Historic Edinburgh's Royal Mile and Edinburgh’s Old Town also play an important role in the Outlander stories as the place where Claire and Jamie reunited.
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Contrary to popular belief, it turns out not everyone is a fan of Games of Thrones.
The show is busy filming its upcoming season in Croatia, where they hit a bit of a snag last week after a church in Dubrovnik, Croatia banned star Lena Headey from filming a nude scene on the city’s streets.
Greg Poehler had the perfect subject for his first sitcom - his own life. After falling in love with a Swedish women, Poehler left his life in NYC and followed her home. Now, he's turned his initial culture shock into a hit sitcom in both countries.
Along the way, he also learned a thing or two about communicating in his new country. Here are few tips Poehler has for your next trip to Sweden.
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From the airline that brought you a channel dedicated to a 7-hour train trip through Norway now comes a channel devoted to nonstop cuteness. Debuting this September on British Airways' long-haul flights, "Paws and Relax" will initially lead off with the comic series "Simon’s Cat," the documentary "The Secret Life of Cats," and the awwww-inspiring "America’s Cutest Dog."
It's obviously a departure from the usual in-flight fare of almost-new movie releases and TV series from B-list actors, but "Paws and Relax" is based on the very real research that watching cute animals lowers blood pressure and facilitates relaxation. The goal? To "enhance the wellbeing of customers" flying BA.
VisitScotland is taking full advantage of the hype surrounding the new Starz series Outlander by launching a map of Outlander locations for fans of the books and the show.
The online guide brings visitors to genuine locations from Diana Gabaldon's first two novels and includes Scotland's must-see historic sites. Some of the highlighted locations include the Holyrood Palace, Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness, and Fort William, which plays an important role in the novels.
If you love celery, the '90s, and putting birds on things, then IFC has a new sweepstakes just for you.
The network is giving one fan the chance be a Portlandia local, at least for a few days, with a trip to Portland and a walk on role in the show.
After playing Howard Hughes in 2004's The Aviator, Leonard DiCaprio is helping bring the story of another famous pilot to the masses.
DiCaprio is one of the producers of Paramount TV's event series Lindbergh, based on A. Scott Berg’s biography about the life of Charles Lindbergh who rose to fame after making the first solo non-stop flight from New York to Paris in 1927. The movie will also follow the kidnapping of his young child in 1932 which became one of biggest news stories of the time.
Who was it that once said, "Live every week like it's Shark Week?" Ah yes, it was 30 Rock character Tracy Jordan, by way of Kenneth the Page quoting him. Never have we heard a more inspirational saying. Even better would be adding that it's never too early to start planning for the real Shark Week, the blessed period of seven days when The Discovery Channel airs episodes of "Air Jaws Apocalypse" and any ocean-related episode of Mythbusters.
Shark Week 2014 is planned for the week of August 10 and it'll be celebrating its 27th Anniversary. Begin issuing those BBQ e-vites and set up your Facebook Event for a viewing party of "25 Best Shark Bites," because The Discovery Channel always seems to pick that time of the year when we've had just about enough of the summer, and just want to sit inside with the A/C blasting and the TV on. Suffice it to say that we cannot wait.
[Photos: Discovery Channel]
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There once was a time long, long ago when we breathlessly reported the globe-hopping antics of the reality TV show Amazing Race. Alas, we gave up after Season 18 and, now that they're still going strong with what surely must be Season 81, all the Amazing Race excitement fails to raise even an eyebrow.
That is, until we heard about Amazing Race Canada.
The competitors north of the border are the usual mix of cutesy couples, inspiring athletes, and curmudgeonly strange bedfellows; the destinations are as exotic and far-flung as ever; alas, it's the grand prize that's worth sitting up for.
The winning team of Amazing Race Canada's Season 2 will receive $250,000 CAD, two Chevrolet Silverados, gas for life from Petro-Canada, and a year of unlimited Business Class travel on Air Canada.
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Fun fact: BBC's Top Gear is the most popular automotive show in history, broadcasting in about 170 different countries. Hundreds of millions of people tune in and watch the ragtag trio of presenters race, destroy cars, and chide each other in the process every week, so there is a pretty good chance you're one of those fans. If so, good news! The Top Gear Test Track is now open to the public, for a price of course.
That’s right. You can drive on the same track at Dunsfold Park (near Guildford in Surrey) where they do most of their tests and challenges, visit the Top Gear TV Studio, and catch a glimpse of that looming Boeing 747 in the process. The Top Gear Track Experience, as it's called, offers 8 different options ranging from the “Star In a Reasonably Priced Car” timed laps to off-roading in a Land Rover Defender.