Perhaps not the greatest of all Rayna hair, but surely a worthy competitor
Slovenia has been pretty down, down low. Will any other country heal their aching soul with some votes?
In the season finale of Esquire’s The Runner-Up, we see the final days of Clay Aiken’s congressional campaign and learn the harsh truth about half-truths.
We close out our Eurovision 2015 coverage of the first semi-final with “Goodbye to Yesterday” by Elina Born & Stig Rästa. Will Estonia ride its status as favorite all the way to the top of the scoreboard?
Was Jon Snow’s controversial decision in “High Sparrow” unavoidable?
Is Måns Zelmerlöw’s “Heroes” super enough to get Sweden their second Eurovision victory in 4 years?
PBS returns to the archives of the Dick Cavett Show to discuss the quagmire of war in the new documentary Dick Cavett’s Vietnam.
On the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, Genealogy pretends its entry isn’t political. After a strong 2014, can Armenia keep its momentum going?
Will San Marino’s “Chain of Lights” by Michele Perniola and Anita Simoncini be the next link in a chain of Eurovision Song Contest final appearances?
At this week’s Clone Club Meeting, Orphan Black continues to nurture beyond nature.