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Marvel’s Helstrom: Episodes Synopsis Details And Much More

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Hulu has finally teamed up with Marvel Studio to get their fans a brand new show called Helstrom the show will be darker than anything we have seen before, fans are going gaga over this news and we are certainly too excited.

So, without wasting time let us get into the details of Helstrom season 1.

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RELEASE DATE FOR HELSTROM SEASON 1

Okay for all the fans wondering when the show will premiere, we have good news as Helstrom is all set to get an October 16, 2020, premiere on Hulu, season one will consist of 10 episodes so get ready for an October binge.

Well, we are expecting Hulu and Marvel to be expanding more in the future but for now, this is a good opportunity for both the sides, we are hoping that we will get a season 2 of the show as well.

We have a trailer for Helstrom season 1 for all the fans who might have missed it earlier, watch below!

CAST FOR HELSTROM SEASON 1

Here is a list of cast members we will see in Helstrom season 1

  • Tom Austen as Daimon
  • Sydney Lemmon as Ana Helstrom
  • Ariana Guerra as Gabriella Rosetti
  • June Carryl as Dr. Louise Hastings
  • Alain Uy as Chris Yen
  • Robert Wisdom as Caretaker
  • Elizabeth Marvel as Victoria Helstrom

POSSIBLE PLOT FOR HELSTROM SEASON 1

The show revolves around Marvels Helstorm’s profound serial killer who has a son and daughter names Daimon and Ana, the show will revolve around the sibling duo and their devious and evil mindset, they are terrorizing humanity and causing the entire universe into danger.

The evil siblings will be seen on alot of action and adventure in Helstrom season 1 while their mother Victoria is bedridden, that is all we know so far we will keep our readers updated on the latest news about Helstrom seaosn 1 until then continue reading with us!

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Eddie Redmayne, ‘The Crown’, Liberty Sage, Trump Mocks Evangelicals, Tennessee Titans, David Beckham’s Honey: HOT LINKS

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1,000,000. Global COVID death toll hits grim milestone.

ATLANTIC. Trump secretly mocks his Christian supporters: “In private, many of Trump’s comments about religion are marked by cynicism and contempt, according to people who have worked for him. Former aides told me they’ve heard Trump ridicule conservative religious leaders, dismiss various faith groups with cartoonish stereotypes, and deride certain rites and doctrines held sacred by many of the Americans who constitute his base.”

ONLY A MATTER OF TIME. NFL’s Tennessee Titans face COVID outbreaks. “The eight new positive tests have been confirmed after additional testing, a source told ESPN’s Kevin Seifert. Those who tested positive have been asymptomatic as of Tuesday morning, a source told ESPN’s Dan Graziano.”

BREONNA TAYLOR. Grand juror files suit to release transcript of decision that led to one indictment (of wanton endangerment).

REGRESSION NOT PROGRESSION. Biden campaign slams Facebook over ongoing disinformation campaigns: “Facebook’s continued promise of future action is serving as nothing more than an excuse for inaction. We will be calling out those failures as they occur over the coming 36 days.”

STICKY AND SWEET. David Beckham is selling his honey.

THEY HAD FACES. Khloe Kardashian looks like Beyoncé now.

JK ROWLING. Eddie Redmayne, who played a transgender woman in The Danish Girl, doesn’t support JK Rowling’s transphobic remarks but doesn’t like the “vitriol” aimed at her.

ENDORSEMENT OF THE DAY. Chicago Tribune for Biden: “[Trump] behaves as a bully who cannot control his impulses, offering biting, defensive and childish responses to those who question his tactics. In moments when the country needed inspirational words from a president to unify, Trump could not deliver. Ever the partisan, rarely the statesman, Trump used his bully pulpit for self-aggrandizement, and in so doing often stirred the worst impulses in others too.”

$427 MILLION. How The Apprentice handed Donald Trump a financial lifeline.

BORN. Meghan McCain’s daughter Liberty Sage McCain Domenech.

LESBIANS FOR TRUMP? Inside the mind of one gay Trump voter: “Readers of this newspaper who conjure an image of a Trump voter probably think of people like Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the couple who pointed guns at protesters outside their St. Louis home in late June. But if Trump defies current polling and wins again, it’ll be thanks to a discreet base of support from voters like Chris, who fit into none of the cultural or demographic stereotypes of the Trump base.”

NYC. COVID soars in 10 New York zip codes: “Of 1,769 ZIP codes in the state, Cuomo said 10 are averaging an infection rate of about 15 percent compared with the overall statewide infection rate of 1.5 percent as of Monday. Those 10 ZIP codes account for 25 percent of the state’s new daily cases despite representing just 2.9 percent of the state’s population.”

FIRST LOOK OF THE DAY. The Crown Season 4.

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY. Medina – “In And Out Of Love”.

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY 2. Sigala, James Arthur – “Lasting Lover”.

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY 3. Halsey “929”.

TUESDAY TEMPTATIONS. Salvatore Minuti.

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The First-Ever Video Game Console Was A Beautiful Mess

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Did you know Neil Armstrong pooped himself taking his first step on the moon? Or that the Vikings who reached Newfoundland mispronounced Beothuk as “Buttock” for two years before someone corrected them? When you’re the first, you’re bound to make a lot of rookie mistakes. And the same can be said of the makers of the first-ever home video game console, who really nailed the console part. The video game part? Not so much.

The Magnavox Odyssey was — actually, let’s talk about its name first. How did we get from something so lyrical that it evokes epic lo-rez journeys to Playstations and Xboxes, which evoke standing in line at the DMV? The machine itself is also a sight to behold. Despite being the size of a modern console but with the guts of a tape deck player, its exterior nails that beautiful Kubrickian futurism that Sony’s sentient air conditioners can only dream of achieving. 

Not until or since the Dreamcast was a gaming console so beautifully pretentious. 

And that alien beauty is also included in the controller, a ridiculous side-scrolling artifact unburdened by knowledge of Twitch gaming.

Or basic ergonomics, for that matter. 

But when it came to the games themselves, there’s a reason the Odyssey called itself things like a “closed circuit electronic playground” and a “total play and learning experience.” Though my favorite is its title as an “electronic game simulator,” because it does at least try to simulate what an electronic game could be. But with fewer pixels than games (28), and the kind of games you’d find in a funfair slot machine, the Odyssey knew it had to distract players that it had the processing power of a lightbulb. To do so, it filled its box with all kinds of board game knick-knacks, including dice and play cards (with American state trivia!), but also paper money and poker chips.

 For some high stakes Simon Says.

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Texas Boys, Ages 5 And 7, Fend For Themselves For Days After Mom Collapses And Dies At Home

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Amy is the Director of Trending Content at LittleThings. After graduating from Florida State University with a creative writing degree, she moved straight to New York City to pursue a career in the arts. She loves discovering and sharing viral videos.

This is a truly tragic story.

Teachers in Talty, Texas, grew increasingly concerned when they noticed two of their young students — a pair of brothers, ages 5 and 7 — had been missing a lot of consecutive days of school.

The boys hadn’t been to class and staff hadn’t heard anything from their mother.

Connie Taylor, 71, was in the process of officially adopting the two boys, as they had been living with her full-time as her foster kids.

Staff members from the Forney Independent School District felt something was wrong after receiving no word as to their whereabouts, so they called the police.

Officers were sent to Connie’s home for a welfare check.

When they arrived, the boys opened the door for the officers and pointed to their mom, who was laying lifeless on the floor.


They said she’d passed out and wouldn’t wake up.

They said they tried to call someone for help, but they couldn’t unlock Connie’s cellphone.

Officers were shocked upon learning their mother wasn’t passed out; she had, sadly, died — and her little boys had been fending for themselves inside their home ever since.

And because they didn’t know their neighbors and were afraid to venture outside alone, they just stayed inside and ate whatever food they had there.

The local police are hailing the teachers who called them as heroes for listening to their instincts and alerting them.

Watch the video below to see what has unfolded since this horrible discovery.

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