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What's been filming in Atlanta this summer?

An update on which movie and TV crews are disrupting your commute.

By now, it's well established that Atlanta is the “Hollywood of the South” (or “Y’allywood,” if you will). While it used to be exciting to see a film crew, we’re all getting a little jaded, and when we spot those yellow signs tacked to phone poles and hanging off buildings directing crews and stars to a location, we start to lament that it means street closings and extra traffic. But do you know what production is to blame for making you late to work? Here’s a roundup of what’s shooting around town this summer. Adjust your commute accordingly. Read more...

CNN and Georgia Tech are exploring ways to use drones in journalism

Could Anderson Cooper's new coworkers be flying robots?

It’s not a bird or a plane or a man in cape or even a UFO. Read more...

Powerpuff Girls returning to Cartoon Network in 2016

The cuddliest crimefighters around will soon be back on the airwaves

Cartoon Network saved the day when the Atlanta-based network announced earlier this week they were rebooting The Powerpuff Girls, with new episodes set to air in 2016, according to a press release. Read more...

Video of the Day: T.I. raps at the Tony Awards

The Atlanta rapper joined LL Cool J and Hugh Jackman in a tribute to the Music Man

Sunday night television in review: Lebron James returned to the NBA Finals, contributing to a Heat victory for Game 2. A fourth-degree black belt, Nia Sanchez, was crowned Miss USA. Jon Snow got defensive on Games of Thrones. And over on the CBS Tony Awards broadcast, there was a performance by a special trio of Music Men: host Hugh Jackman, LL Cool J and Atlanta’s very own Clifford Harris, better known as T.I. If you’re having trouble deciding which is the strangest, just check out the video. Read more...

Video of the Day: The Walking Dead as an 80s sitcom

We totally see Rick as a comedy lead. But why keep Lori around?

The Walking Dead already has been given the House of Cards treatment, so it's inevitable that a total mood-swing parody would follow. Matin Comedy envisions TWD as a Full House-esque 1980s sitcom.

For those of us who still first think of Andrew Lincoln as the hopelessly smitten gallery guy in Love Actually (and I know I'm not the only one) the thought of Rick as a lovable comedy lead makes total sense. My main kvetch with this perky send up is the excessive screen time allocated to Lori. Really? Read more...