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If you turn on the TV anytime between October 1st and November 1st, chances are you'll find that Hocus Pocus is on. A fan favorite involving Halloween quirk and humor, this movie has been a cult classic for the past twenty six years.

Sarah Jessica Parker: Check

This past Thursday, Sarah Jessica Parker was invited onto Sirius XM's Radio Andy to talk to Bruce Bozzi where she revealed some pretty exciting news. Amid talking about her new Rosé wine Invivo X and her wedding anniversary with Matthew Broderick in quarantine, Bozzi asks her about a Hocus Pocus sequel, to which she replies:

"I think for a long time people were talking about it as if people were moving forward with it in a real way, but we were unaware of it. But I think now, we've gotten to the point where we've agreed publicly to the right people, 'yes, that would be a very, very fun idea,' so we'll see what the future holds."

Cast: Check


Not only did she announce that she was open to the idea alone, but that her on-set sisters are also willing to take part, saying:

"I think that is something that Bette, Kathy, and I are all very hospitable to the idea."

Previously, Bette Midler has also expressed interest, as she talked about the movie in a Reddit AMA back in 2014. She says that she would be willing, but response from Disney and the directors would be needed.

Directors: Check


With streaming services at the forefront, if there will be a Hocus Pocus sequel, it is likely that we can find it on Disney Plus. According to Variety, Adam Shankman is set to direct.

If this 1993 classic does get a sequel, we can now hope to find all three Sanderson sisters back together in Salem where they were before!

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The Campaign, 2012

As a DC native, inauguration day, much like the entire month of August, and anytime an ambassador decides they want a limo ride, is a day to stay inside. The city is jammed packed with tourists and traffic eager to see our new President take the reins. This year will be a little different, but we'll be inside just the same. And while you're inside, here's some political movies and TV shows to get you ready for inauguration day.


Celebrity Page TV

It's a brand new week, and to help you stay up to date, we're helping you sift through the latest news from Hollywood. Since it's the new year, and there's definitely a lot going on. From new DIY shows to one-on-one interview with big time stars, we have a jam-packed show for you this week.


Do you always have that friend that's always begging you to watch anime? No matter what you talk about, no matter how hard you try, it always circles back to how My Hero Academia or Death Note is going to change your life. While we all know that friend is unbearably annoying, it may be time for you to start listening to them. Anime is quickly becoming part of the American mainstream. Billie Eilish is a Jojo stan, Lil Uzi Vert's Lamborghini is decked out head to toe with anime characters, and even Zac Efron is reading Death Note. While it can be intimidating and confusing to hop into a completely new genre, we're here to help. This is your beginners guide to anime.