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HISTORY Talks The New World Order In Season 2, Episode 2 Of “America Unearthed”

Deep beneath the Denver Airport, conspiracy theorists say a revolutionary group that calls itself the New World Order is operating a secret base. A base from which they’ll obliterate our central government.

HISTORY dives into this theory in Season 2, Episode 2, “The New World Order” of #AmericaUnearthed. Are the theories true?

Find out for yourself! Watch the full episode below.

Vans “The Tony Alva Story” Chronicles The Rise To Fame Of A Skateboard Legend

One of the key figures in the early evolution of skateboarding from a wholesome, contest based “sport” into the freewheeling art form that it is today was Tony Alva. Tony is now 63 years old, the oldest professional skateboarder in the world, is considered by many to be the godfather of modern day skateboarding.

Alva’s brand of aggression and bravado in the 70’s set the stage for the way skateboarding would be forever defined.

Vans’ “The Tony Alva Story” chronicles T.A.’s humble beginnings on the streets of Santa Monica to his rise to superstardom as part of the legendary Z-Boys, his inevitable drug-induced implosion and his ultimate rise from the ashes to accept his rightful place as a beacon of hope and inspiration for generations of skateboarders the world over. Watch the full documentary below.

FRONTLINE Follows Three Children In Ohio During The COVID-19 Pandemic In “Growing Up Poor In America”

The documentary, “Growing Up Poor in America”, follows three children in Ohio. Them along with their families live in the battleground state as the COVID-19 pandemic amplifies.

Their struggle to stay afloat is real. In early 2020, it was estimated that almost 12 million children in America were living in poverty; a burden disproportionately borne by Black and Latino kids, but then came the coronavirus.

Director Jezza Neumann, who made 2012’s “Poor Kids,” once again delves into how poverty impacts children. As the pandemic continues, the presidential election approaches and America reckons with racism, FRONTLINE offers a powerful look at child poverty in the time of COVID-19 told from the perspective of the children themselves.

The film is supported by the WNET “Chasing the Dream” initiative. Watch the full documentary below.

Explore Al Capone’s Secret Chicago In New HISTORY “Lost World’s” Episode

Al Capone’s, rise to power coincided with the “Roaring Twenties” period in Chicago. Capone and his fellow mobsters flooded the city.

They were known for bootleg liquor. Also it’s alleged they were buying off government officials.

Find out more in Season 2, Episode 10 of Lost World’s, “Al Capone’s Secret City”. Watch the full episode below.

Animators Talk “Batman: The Animated Series” In New Warner Bros Documentary

When animators Paul Dini and Bruce Timm were tasked with creating an animated Batman cartoon, no one knew whether the team would be able to reinvent the character. Especially away from his campy television roots.

But what came out of their collaboration was “Batman: The Animated Series”, an award-winning new chapter in the story of the Caped Crusader. Explore the complex, nuanced world and exceptional characters.

Each created behind the scenes by the designers, composers, and directors of this groundbreaking series. Watch the full documentary below.

A Cast Of Urban Music’s Acclaimed Former Female Executives Tell The Story Of Russell Simmons’ Abuse In HBO Max’s “On The Record”

“On the Record” presents Drew Dixon’s story in the aftermath of alleged abuse by her boss and hip-hop mogul, Russell Simmons. The documentary follows former A&R executive Dixon as well as others.

Drew is one of the first women of color to come forward in the Me Too Movement. The alleged misconduct becomes known as she publicly accuses Simmons of sexual misconduct.

Drew is joined by a group of her peers, including Sil Lai Abrams and Sheri Sher. Watch the full documentary below.

LGBTQ+ Feature Documentary Jack & Yaya Available On Demand June 19th

Jack & Yaya captures a year in the life of childhood best friends who go from swapping gendered Christmas gifts as kids to transitioning in their twenties. The titular next-door neighbors grew up together in a rural area but were able to support each other when they learned they were both transgender.

Having premiered at Toronto’s Inside Out LGBT Film Festival last year, the film highlights their friendship through present-day video and interviews with Jack, Yaya and their friends, juxtaposed with archival footage of their growing up together.

VICE Examines How Michael Jordan Changed Sneaker Culture Forever

Michael Jordan is a cultural icon and basketball legend! The famous hooper led the Chicago Bulls NBA franchise to 6 NBA titles.

Recently, VICE uncovered the uncensored story behind the visionary marketing strategy behind Michael. They also discussed the complicated legacy of the Air Jordan sneaker phenomenon.

This told by the people who made it happen. Watch the full video below.

CNBC Make It Explores What It’s Like Being Unemployed Because Of Coronavirus

The U.S. is currently grappling with unprecedented levels of unemployment. It has been predicted to experience a coronavirus-induced recession at least through 2021.

As of April 17, over 22 million American workers have lost their jobs due to coronavirus. CNBC Make It spoke with some of these Americans.

This, as a way to learn how they have been impacted professionally, financially and mentally. Watch the full episode below.

Enjoy A Very Playboy Walkabout Through Nature With Scarlit Scandal

Take a pit stop with the captivating Scarlit Scandal. As she ventures on her way to a mountain cabin in Calabasas, California.

Scarlit takes the time to remind us that the journey is much more important than the destination. That plus much more!

Sign up now for Playboy Plus and here and get HALF-OFF a whole year of both adult sites! Then join Playboy on their virtual tour of nature.

Playboy TV Introduces “Uncovered,” A New Erotic Series From Playboy

Playboy TV introduces “Uncovered,” a brand new erotic series. It’ll be debuting soon exclusively on

Think you know your favorite adult stars? “Uncovered” is your backstage pass into their real lives. Join them as they invite you inside their homes, bedrooms and fantasies.

Elsa Jean, Alina Lopez, Ana Foxxx, and Scarlett Sage start things off as they bare themselves in a more intimate and hotter type of erotic video. Find out more here.

CNBC’s “Make It” Talks How “Flamin’ Hot” Cheetos Became America’s Favorite Snack

It seems like you can’t go anywhere without seeing “Flamin’ Hot” Cheetos. Since launching “Flamin’ Hot” Cheetos in 1992, Frito-Lay is continuing to expand their “Flamin’ Hot” product line. There are 15 “Flamin’ Hot” snacks from popcorn to Doritos.

It’s easy to mistake “Flamin’ Hot’s” popularity as just another social media trend. But experts say, its success is actually a reflection of America’s shifting demographics and their desire for more intense flavors.

In this episode of “Make It,” CNBC explores how “Flamin’ Hot” went from a janitor’s vision to a world-wide phenomenon. Watch the full episode below.

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