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Happy hump day! There's plenty of good viewing options on this last Wednesday of January, so let's get right into it. Here's what's worth watching today, January 27th.

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Naomi Watts Brings "Penguin Bloom" to Life

Seeking authenticity in playing a woman who's life is shattered by an accident that leaves her paralyzed, Naomi Watts read the deeply personal journals of Sam Bloom, the protagonist in the new film from Netflix, "Penguin Bloom." Based on the book by Cameron Bloom and Bradley Trevor Greive, Naomi wanted to be sure to give an accurate account of the physical and psychological pain of a woman who has to try and rebuild her life and her impacted family relationships.

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Here is a list of all the celebrity birthdays for today, September 28th!

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What is Dead May Never Die!

After a rough final season, there's good news in store for Game of Thrones fans. The hit HBO show has released more details on their upcoming series set to take place 5000 years before the events of Game of Thrones

In an interview with Entertainment WeeklyA Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R Martin (who is executive-producing the prequel) revealed some new details about the show! Although HBO has yet to release a name for the series, we now know that the show will include the Starks, the family centered in the original series. Martin also told Entertainment Weekly that the series will include direwolves and mammoths, two species that should play big roles in the upcoming show, especially since it leads up to the birth of the White Walkers.

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