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Everything Changes in Netflix’s Sex Education Season 3 Final Trailer  

Ahead of its highly-anticipated return tomorrow, Netflix has dropped the final trailer for the upcoming third season of Sex Education. The video provides us a preview of the long-awaited conversation between Otis and Maeve about his heartfelt voicemail confession which got secretly erased during the last season’s finale. It also highlights Jean’s struggles with pregnancy as well as Otis’ new relationship with Ruby. Check out the Sex Education Season 3 final trailer in the player below. This ter...
Tags: Video, UK, Comedy, Hope, Movies, Drama, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Gillian Anderson, Sex Education, Aimee, Adam, Otis, Jean, Jason Isaacs


Sex Education Season 3 Final Trailer: Time To Talk About The Voicemail

The long wait for "Sex Education" is finally (very nearly) over! Just one more sleep until the new season premieres on Netflix and we finally get some answers about the major cliffhanger that closed out season 2. And clearly the powers that be know exactly what's on our mind, because the latest trailer finally addresses the big question: will Maeve (Emma Mackey) ever find out about Otis' (Asa Butterfield) voicemail?Here's the final trailer for season 3 of "Sex Education." Sex Education Season 3 ...
Tags: Hope, Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Jackson, Aimee, Eric, Adam, Otis, Jean, Maeve, SlashFilm, Jemima Kirk, Moordale


Legacies Season 4: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)The CW is continuing to keep "The Vampire Diaries" universe alive. "Legacies," a show set in that very universe, has aired three seasons to date and still has more up its sleeve. Season 4 of the fantasy series is set to debut on the network this fall. And for those looking to get in on the action, we're here to give you all of th...
Tags: Hope, Television, Movies, Netflix, Cw, Phoenix, Julie Plec, Matthew Davis, Saltzman, Jed, SlashFilm, Salvatore Boarding School, Gina Girolamo, Danielle Rose Russell, Hope Mikaelson, Salvatore School


A 9/11 Prayer of Hope and Healing

In 2001, I was an American Airlines flight attendant, serving passengers from New York to Los Angeles, Boston to Orlando, and every major city in between. A Kansas girl living in New York City, I was fascinated by the energy there, the colorful personalities, the subway camaraderie, and the constant buzz of life. That summer I moved back to the Midwest and left the excitement of the city behind, but my heart still held a vibrant picture of God’s precious creation — taxi horns, street vendors, an...
Tags: New York, Hope, New York City, Comfort, Inspiration, Healing, Kansas, 9/11, Christ, Orlando, American Airlines, Midwest, Los Angeles Boston, Encouragement, Paige DeRuyscher


What If Made a Quantum Leap Into the Darkest Timeline

While Marvel’s heroes seldom die on-screen (or stay dead for very long) in the studio’s live-action productions, that hasn’t been the case with the Disney+ animated series What If. So far, the show has featured a number of timelines in the MCU’s multiverse where several Avengers have met their ends in horrible ways.…Read more...
Tags: Science, Hope, Danai Gurira, Fiction, Disney, Iron Man, Thanos, Jon Favreau, Avengers, Mark Ruffalo, Vision, Paul Bettany, Captain America, Hulk, Steve, Zombie


Sex Education Season 3 Trailer: The Sex School Returns With Strict New Rules

The Moordale kids are back for more coming-of-age insanity on September 17, and we just got our first glimpse at what they're up to! No joke, things look even wilder than the first two seasons: the trailer shows off trampolines, a high speed bus chase, a crotch on fire and craziest of all, Otis' new mustache. This is the kind of thing you have to see for yourself — check out the "Sex Education" trailer below. Sex Education Season 3 Trailer In a lot of ways, "Sex Education" is serving up everyt...
Tags: Hope, Television, Movies, News, Trailers, Gillian Anderson, Jackson, Aimee, Eric, Adam, Otis, Jean, Maeve, SlashFilm, Jemima Kirk, Alistair Petrie


Netflix’s Sex Education Season 3 Trailer: Growth is a Group Project

Netflix has finally dropped the official trailer for the upcoming third season of the hit teen comedy Sex Education, starring Asa Butterfield, Emma Mackey, Ncuti Gatwa, and Gillian Anderson. The series is scheduled to make its return on Friday, September 17. The Sex Education Season 3 trailer, which you can check out in the player below, teases the aftermath following the events of the second season finale. It begins with our first glimpse at another falling out between Maeve and Otis, whose hea...
Tags: Video, Comedy, TV, Hope, Movies, Drama, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Gillian Anderson, Sex Education, Aimee, Adam, Otis, Jean, Jason Isaacs


Mamadou Fall scores twice to help LAFC rout Sporting KC

LOS ANGELES — First, dread. Then doubt. Hope crept in. Soon belief. And elation. For supporters of the Los Angeles Football Club, these were their five stages of grief on Friday night at Banc of California Stadium when the short-handed and outgunned Black & Gold stared down Western Conference contender Sporting Kansas City for an improbable and potentially season-saving 4-0 victory that few people saw coming. A pair of headed goals by 18-year-old Senegalese defender Mamadou Fall, forward Cristia...
Tags: Fall, Hope, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Colombia, Soccer, Mls, Kansas City, Duke, Sporting Kansas City, Liga MX, Carlos Vela, Lafc, Bradley, Jennings


Pop Smoke, Hildur Guðnadóttir and Smokey Robinson to be Honored at City of Hope’s Songs of Hope Gala (EXCLUSIVE)

City of Hope has announced the honorees for its upcoming Songs of Hope virtual gala. Smokey Robinson will receive Clive Davis’ Legend in Songwriting award while Hildur Guðnadóttir will be honored with the EA Music Composer of the Year award. The Sony Music Publishing Creative Trailblazer award will go to Daniel Nigro and Warner Chappell […]
Tags: Health, Hope, News, Awards, Smokey Robinson, Clive Davis, Daniel Nigro, City of Hope, Warner Chappell, Pop Smoke, Just For Variety


Haiti’s troubled history may slow aid to quake victims

By Haleluya Hadero and Glenn Gamboa | Associated Press Humanitarian aid is flowing into Haiti following Saturday’s deadly 7.2-magnitude earthquake. However, the Caribbean nation’s political unrest, as well as an approaching tropical storm, is complicating efforts. Nonprofit groups and philanthropy experts say the assassination last month of Haitian President Jovenel Moise, as well as accusations that money raised following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti never reached those in need, will make fundr...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Hope, News, Sport, World news, Soccer, United States, Ethiopia, Red Cross, Npr, Haiti, Caribbean, Dominican Republic, Port Au Prince, George Washington University


Sex Education Season 3 Photos Tease September Return

Netflix has released a new batch of first-look photos from the highly-anticipated third season of the streamer’s popular teen comedy Sex Education, which is currently scheduled to make its return on Friday, September 17. The new Sex Education Season 3 photos, which you can check out below, provide us a glimpse of what to expect from our fan-favorite characters in the new season. This includes the blooming relationship of Eric and Adam, who are seen on a bowling date with Ruby, and walking happil...
Tags: Video, UK, Comedy, TV, Hope, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Sex Education, Ruby, Aimee, Eric, Adam, Otis, Jean


How Data Scientists Pinpointed the Creepiest Word in Shakespeare's 'Macbeth' (slashdot)

Medium's technology blog OneZero provides a great example of the new field of "digital humanities": Actors and critics have long remarked that when you read Macbeth out loud, it feels like your voice and mouth and brain are doing something ever so slightly wrong. There's something subconsciously off about the sound of the play, and it spooks people. It's as if Shakespeare somehow wove a tiny bit of creepiness into every single line. The literary scholar George Walton Williams described the "con...
Tags: Hope, News, Shakespeare, Macbeth, EditorDavid, Witmore, George Walton Williams


How Data Scientists Pinpointed the Creepiest Word in Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'

Medium's technology blog OneZero provides a great example of the new field of "digital humanities": Actors and critics have long remarked that when you read Macbeth out loud, it feels like your voice and mouth and brain are doing something ever so slightly wrong. There's something subconsciously off about the sound of the play, and it spooks people. It's as if Shakespeare somehow wove a tiny bit of creepiness into every single line. The literary scholar George Walton Williams described the "con...
Tags: Hope, Tech, Shakespeare, Macbeth, Witmore, George Walton Williams


Hoda Kotb thrills fans with rare photo of daughter for special reason

Today star Hoda Kotb is a doting mother to two young daughters, Haley and Hope, and she...
Tags: Hope, Hoda Kotb, Haley


City of Hope adds 7 clinics with acquisition of cancer-focused medical group

Thousands of cancer patients in Orange and Los Angeles counties will now have access to the renowned treatment and research of City of Hope, the organization’s leaders said in announcing the center that is investing $1 billion into a new Orange County complex is also expanding to clinics throughout the area. In its effort to extend its reach further into Orange County and make better accessible its elite cancer care, the Duarte-based treatment and research center said it had acquired Pacific Sho...
Tags: Health, Hope, News, Cancer, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Kim, Local News, Orange County, Walker, Irvine, Newport Beach, LA County, San Fernando Valley


The Never-Finished Posts: A Peek Into the Past and Future

Over the last few weeks, I rediscovered the “draft” folder of the back end of my blog. By last count, I had nearly twenty posts that I started and then didn’t finish for one reason or the other. Some posts have just a title and maybe a line or two; a few were basically finished.  Some are pre-pandemic but there are quite a few from the pandemic itself giving a window back to what I was thinking at the time. But rather than keep them unfinished, I decided to “finish” several of them here — so I ...
Tags: Hope, London, Law, Uncategorized, Fox News, Ada, Sexual Harassment, United States Back, Draft, Pandemic, Coronavirus


Consolidating government finances is a tall order

Ramaphosa needs to build broad political consensus if he is to have any chance of pursuing his fiscal and structural reform agenda The post Consolidating government finances is a tall order appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Politics, Elections, Hope, Jobs, Education, Unions, Opinion, Government, Economics, Public Finances, Austerity, Unemployment, Healthcare, Protests, Treasury, World Bank


The Good News you Need to Know About Your Body

I first met Sam Allberry three years ago in Dallas and have remained grateful for his pastoral tender-heartedness and biblical faithfulness, to me personally and to so many others. Sam always seeks to embody the goodness of Jesus and to help all of us taste of it in every area of life. This post, and the new book related to it, shows us Sam as the insightful and gentle pastor, encouraging the body-shamed and insecure to look again to Christ. It’s a grace to welcome Sam to the farm’s front porch ...
Tags: Books, UK, Hollywood, Hope, Religion, Guest Posts, Peace, Fear, Dallas, Humility, Jesus, North America, Sam, Christ, Canon, PAUL


Sneak peek: Previews six Rose Parade floats for Jan. 1, 2022

The Pasadena Tournament of Roses is months away, but local officials offered a sneak peek at six of the floats that will appear in the 2022 parade.  The floats previewed Thursday, July 22 come on the heels of a similar preview done in May and include entries from the Burbank Tournament of Roses Association, City of Hope, La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association, Lutheran Hour Ministries, The UPS Store and Torrance Rose Float Association. The 2021 parade was the first time th...
Tags: Hope, Sport, Soccer, Jesus, Pasadena, Local News, Jesus Christ, Torrance, Burbank, Colorado Boulevard, La Canada Flintridge, UPS Store, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories SGVT, Top Stories PSN


How to Hear from God: If You Want a Daily Encounter With God

To be raw honest,  I have fallen deeper than I have ever known. Honestly, I didn’t expect it to go quite like this. But we just have breathed through all of this whole season. What’s going like anybody thought it would? “God is a communicative being.” Sure, the news and social media streams are all screaming first thing, day after day, trying to prove who’s telling the truth about the real state of things, trying to convince which way is right through a myriad of messes. Sure, we’...
Tags: Books, Hope, Religion, Faith, Jesus, God, Voice, Christ, Gospels, Jonathan Edwards, Restoring Wonder, Seeing God, Refiner's Fire, Levi Voskamp, Desert Valley


Sex Education Season 3 Teaser Welcomes You to a New Moordale

Netflix has released the first teaser for the upcoming third season of their popular teen comedy-drama series Sex Education, featuring the main cast including Asa Butterfield’s Otis and Emma Mackey’s Maeve as they star in an advertisement video for the newly-reopened Moordale Secondary. The series is scheduled to make its return on Friday, September 17. The Sex Education Season 3 teaser, which you can check out in the player below, provides us our first look at two of the series’ newest characte...
Tags: Video, UK, TV, Hope, Movies, Drama, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Sex Education, Aimee, Lily, Cal, Adam, Otis, Jean


July 20, 1969

I was a little kid the day Earthlings landed on the moon. I stood in a campground’s crowded rec room, stopover on one of our lengthy summer trips. Each summer our parents drove us place-to-place in a small car hauling a 15-foot Scotty travel trailer for the most frugal, yet educational, travel possible. That’s why … Continue reading July 20, 1969
Tags: Comics, Hope, Memoir, Moon Landing


How to Heal & Find a Way Through Loss (A Journey: Part 1)

I think it started to happen somewhere in the middle of these tenders days of blink-emerging out into the light after more than a year of lockdowns and a chain of key losses, while I was sitting out in our back pasture, between the woods and the river, sitting there watching my little flock of shorn sheep grow back into themselves. “Everyone has to find a way to heal.”  I think it was sometime around then that I found myself feeling along what it means to heal after all the losses, after ...
Tags: Hope, Religion, Trust, Faith, God, Christ, Anderson, Gratitude, Charles Spurgeon, Doing Thanks, Restoring Wonder, Seeing God, 1000Gifts, Bratman


Ongoing pandemic challenges make media ministry more important than ever

International (MNN) -- Although 2020 is over, much of the uncertainty, challenges, and hardships it brought are not. The road to recovery is sure to bring its own set of difficulties. In the face of this hardship, International Media Ministries (IMM) looks to provide hope. The Object of Our Hope IMM Executive Director Denise Godwin says that especially in the world we live in today, we need to be cognizant of where we put our hope. “We live in a broken world, and we have the media ...
Tags: Hope, Iran, Jesus Christ, North Africa, Godwin, International Media Ministries, Denise Godwin


Emily's life began the day California opened up again. Life after COVID looks pretty great.

Emily was conceived when our nation was being strangled by the coronavirus and life was turned upside down. Hope was still many months away.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Hope, News, California, Usa Today, Emily


Alexa Mansour Teases The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2

(Photo Credit: Sarah Shatz/AMC) The first season of AMC’s The Walking Dead: World Beyond is now available on Blu-ray and DVD. The second and final season of the limited series will see how the stories of Iris and Hope Bennett end. Series star Alexa Mansour says The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 will feature quite the role reversal. “I think a lot of you’re going to see Iris and Hope kind of switched places,” Mansour told ComingSoon about The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2. “You’re ju...
Tags: TV, Hope, Movies, The Walking Dead, Horror, Amc, TV News, Iris, Mansour, Sarah Shatz, Alexa Mansour, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Hope Bennett


Interview: Alexa Mansour Reflects on The Walking Dead World Beyond Season 1

The first season of AMC’s The Walking Dead: World Beyond is now available on Blu-ray and DVD. To celebrate the release, ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief Tyler Treese spoke with star Alexa Mansour about the newest spinoff of The Walking Dead. Mansour discussed her thoughts on the first season, what it meant to join such a huge franchise, and even teased the upcoming Season 2. RELATED: The Walking Dead Season 11 Synopsis & New Photos Revealed Check out our full Alexa Mansour interview below. Tyler Tree...
Tags: TV, Hope, Movies, Interview, The Walking Dead, Horror, Amc, TV News, Aliyah, Iris, Richmond, Joe, FELIX, Nicolas, Mansour, Huck


A Hope More Secure Than a Racehorse

Last month my husband and I celebrated our twenty-second anniversary by going on a movie date for the first time in more than a year. I was a little anxious about this plan, but as we sat in a large theater with six other moviegoers all spread out, I eventually relaxed and became immersed in the story of a small town and a horse. Much to my surprise, as a person who has never once in her life cared about horse racing, this story captured my attention and my heart. As I watched the horses thunder...
Tags: Hope, Inspiration, Jesus, Isaiah, Encouragement, Dream Alliance


First Look: All-new Hope XCR mountain bike brakes are superlight and super powerful!

Hope’s all-new superlight XCR mountain bike brakes build on decades of UK CNC-machining expertise to stop the latest crop of lightweight downcountry bikes. As XC race bikes have evolved to take on more technical tracks, Hope has created a new premium option for trail riders looking for the best stopping power without the extra weight. […] The post First Look: All-new Hope XCR mountain bike brakes are superlight and super powerful! appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: UK, Hope, Sport, Cycling, Components, Mountain Bike, Actual Weights


Plan on Praising God in the Puddles

Growing up in Oklahoma, I was used to the reality that spring comes in like a lion and out like a lamb. That lion translates to tornado sirens, hail, destructive winds, and waking up in the middle of the night to run to our safe spot, which was usually a bathroom in the middle of our house. We’d lie in the bathtub with a mattress pulled over our heads, while we prayed that the tornado wouldn’t hit our house. I remember the night our phone rang and how my Dad’s face changed to shock, mixed with r...
Tags: Hope, Israel, Inspiration, Storms, Jesus, God, Oklahoma, Struggle, Don, Isaiah, Encouragement