RISING PHOENIX | OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO | Netflix

This week we are blessed with playoff basketball, playoff hockey, baseball and tennis! But, if that's not enough for you, allow us to share some more viewing options...


Rising Phoenix on Netflix

Rising Phoenix tells the extraordinary story of the Paralympic Games. From the rubble of World War II to the third biggest sporting event on the planet, the Paralympics sparked a global movement which continues to change the way the world thinks about disability, diversity & human potential.

Million Dollar Beach House on Netflix

If Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and Selling Sunset don't provide you with enough real estate drama, let's head to the Hamptons for this new Netflix reality show. It's streaming now.

The Hunt For Escobar's Hippos on Smithsonian Channel

Move over Tiger King, the hippos are here. The Colombian government has hired two wildlife experts for an unusual assignment: to find a way to control the booming population of hippos brought to Colombia by late drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar. See if they're successful on the Smithsonian Channel.

In The Cut on Bounce

Mark Curry and Kim Coles join the cast of this Bounce comedy. New episodes debut tonight.

Convention on Founding Principles on YouTube

Republicans who aren't on board with President Trump, offer this alternative to the RNC convention.

United We Fall on ABC

Check out the season finale, tonight on ABC.

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"COOL" ADM21 DANCER

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