Analysis: ‘Daddy’s Romance’ looks back but flips the script

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I’m talking about the 1980s, 1990s, early 2000s and 2010s.

You can vote for the 2020s if you want, but so far I’ll go through.

The first is what to watch this week, a look at two different eras of TV romance.

“How I Met Your Father”

Hilary Duff's Sophie (second from left) leads the cast of

Remember “How I Met Your Mom”?

That series, about a man telling his kids how he found their mom, ran from 2005 to 2014.

Now, Hulu has remade a sitcom starring Hilary Duff about how she met her children’s father.

The cast also offers “Sex and the City” star Kim Cattrall, “like that…”

“How I Met Your Father” is airing.

The World Through the Eyes of Jeff Goldblum Season 2

A scene from
Jeff Goldblum is still very curious and this is a win for us.

In the second season of his Disney+ series, the itinerant actor connects with experts, scientists, and even fans to gain insight into birthdays, motorcycles, magic, and more, while he tries to understand the world we live in.

The second season of “The World Through the Eyes of Jeff Goldblum” is currently airing. If your curiosity is boundless, subscribe to CNN’s Science Newsletter, Wonder Theory, to explore fascinating discoveries every week.

‘Bill Maher’s Real Time’ Season 20 Premiere

Longtime political comedy host Bill Maher appears on

Don’t be rigid – take part in a roundtable discussion.

The latest season of “Bill Maher Live” kicks off Friday, and things are sure to get heated as his guests dive into every angle of politics and the world.

Love him or hate him, Mach is never boring.

The show airs on HBO, which is owned by CNN’s parent company.

two things to hear

The late Young Dolph performs at the Astroworld Music Festival at NRG Stadium in Houston on November 9, 2019.
The Memphis hip-hop scene lost one of its most respected ambassadors in November when rapper Young Dolph was shot dead.

The artist is remembered and loved in the new compilation mixtape.

“Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph” features clips from members of the Young Dolph family of brands, including Big Moochie Grape, Jay Fizzle and Key Glock.

fell on Friday.

Kiefer Sutherland performs his
It’s been more than “24” hours since Kiefer Sutherland released new music.

Now, the actor and star of the Fox series is releasing his third album, “Bloor Street.”

The actual street is in Toronto, where Sutherland grew up, and he told ET Canada how that inspired his latest project.

“I was shooting the TV show ‘Designated Survivor,’ and we shot three seasons in Toronto, almost 10 months a year,” Sutherland said. “I was walking down Bloor Street and came to Yonge Street and I realised I was looking at the four corners that represented my youth.”

The new album is released on Friday.

have one thing to talk about

Jimmy Fallon hosts

Now, Wordle is the game we all seem to love.

The internet is fascinated by the free word games that seem to be everywhere these days.

Here’s how it works: imagine a little crossword puzzle with the word of the day. Players try to deduce five-letter words by guessing the letters.

Each letter has a color – green if the letter is in the right place, yellow if it’s in the word but in the wrong place, and grey if the letter doesn’t appear at all.

The less guesswork, the better.

Even celebrities love it, and Jimmy Fallon recently tried to play it on “The Tonight Show.”

So give it a try and good luck!

something to sip

Marilyn Monroe (center) performing

Marilyn Monroe is one of the most powerful stars of all time.

Madonna, Gwen Stefani and many other celebrities have expressed their admiration for the bombshell actress who ended in tragedy.

Her life and legacy are the subject of a CNN documentary, “Reconstructed: Marilyn Monroe,” whose finale will air Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.

I’m a huge Monroe fan and I’ve learned a lot about her from the wealth of content we have backing the series. First, check out 10 common misconceptions about her and how she became a Hollywood trailblazer.

They don’t make them look like Monroe anymore.

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