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‘Lost Lincoln’ premieres, ‘SNL’ returns, Mariah Carey releases memoir, BLACKPINK drops new album [Video]

Peterson boarding house where the ailing president was taken, the National Archives and even Lincoln’s hometown of Sinking Spring Farm, Ky. ” data-reactid=”32″>A professional authenticator, Dr. Whitny Braun, leads an investigation into an image allegedly taken of Lincoln on April 14, 1865, immediately after he’d been shot by John Wilkes Booth while watching a stage production of “My American Cousin” at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. The image they’re examining, with opinions from Lincoln experts plus facial recognition software and other modern tools, allegedly captures the 16th president on his deathbed and was secretly snapped just after the shooting. The audience follows Braun as she visits locations including the theater, the Peterson boarding house where the ailing president was taken, the National Archives and even Lincoln’s hometown of Sinking Spring Farm, Ky. 

John Lewis: Good Trouble, and not relate it to the civil unrest we’re experiencing in the wake of the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. The late Civil Rights icon and peace activist long preached the notion of “good trouble,” and as Porter told Yahoo Entertainment, despite some protests turning unruly, that term still very much applies to what Black Lives Matter activists and supporters are engaging in today. Good Trouble offers an essential look at the history-changing practices and unstoppable spirit of the American hero, who died in July of this year at the age of 80. Check out an exclusive clip of Hillary Clinton paying tribute to Lewis from the documentary’s home video release above. — Kevin Polowy” data-reactid=”40″>Sadly there’s never been a time when the lifelong cause of Congressman John Lewis has not been timely or topical, but it’s impossible to watch Dawn Porter’s insightful and inspiring new documentary on him, John Lewis: Good Trouble, and not relate it to the civil unrest we’re experiencing in the wake of the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. The late Civil Rights icon and peace activist long preached the notion of “good trouble,” and as Porter told Yahoo Entertainment, despite some protests turning unruly, that term still very much applies to what Black Lives Matter activists and supporters are engaging in today. Good Trouble offers an essential look at the history-changing practices and unstoppable spirit of the American hero, who died in July of this year at the age of 80. Check out an exclusive clip of Hillary Clinton paying tribute to Lewis from the documentary’s home video release above. — Kevin Polowy

Amazon.” data-reactid=”41″>John Lewis: Good Trouble is available Tuesday, Sept. 29 on DVD or digital on Amazon.

given fans hope. The lineup for the first week, host Chris Rock and musical guest Megan Thee Stallion, is locked in. — R.S.” data-reactid=”48″>It hasn’t been announced yet whether Maya Rudolph, fresh off her Emmy win for playing Biden’s running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, last season, will reprise that role. Although, it would be surprising if she didn’t. We also don’t have official confirmation that McKinnon will play Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg again following Ginsburg’s recent death, but thankfully SNL creator Lorne Michaels has given fans hope. The lineup for the first week, host Chris Rock and musical guest Megan Thee Stallion, is locked in. — R.S.

critically praised episode “Lemons,” which opened with a monologue from patriarch Dre (Anthony Anderson) trying to grapple with the implications of Donald Trump’s victory. This time around, the ABC sitcom is getting an early lead by airing a two-part, one-hour election special directed by Oscar winner Matthew Cherry of Hair Love. Politics always gets the Johnson family animated, but this time it’s literal; part of the special will be in cartoon form. The episodes will also see Dre getting involved in local politics, while oldest son Junior (Marcus Scribner) has his first voting experience. — Erin Donnelly” data-reactid=”55″>Nearly four years ago, Black-ish addressed the results of the 2016 presidential election with the critically praised episode “Lemons,” which opened with a monologue from patriarch Dre (Anthony Anderson) trying to grapple with the implications of Donald Trump’s victory. This time around, the ABC sitcom is getting an early lead by airing a two-part, one-hour election special directed by Oscar winner Matthew Cherry of Hair Love. Politics always gets the Johnson family animated, but this time it’s literal; part of the special will be in cartoon form. The episodes will also see Dre getting involved in local politics, while oldest son Junior (Marcus Scribner) has his first voting experience. — Erin Donnelly

interview last year, “You’re not ready!” Co-written with Michael Angela Davis, The Meaning of Mariah Carey shares Mimi’s “improbable and inspiring journey of survival and resilience as she struggles through complex issues of race, identity, class, childhood and family trauma during her meteoric rise to music superstardom.” We already can’t wait for this page-turner to be made into its own Oscar-winning biopic. — Lyndsey Parker” data-reactid=”58″>One of the greatest and most gossiped about pop divas of all time is finally setting the record straight and telling her own story — and, as she promised us in an interview last year, “You’re not ready!” Co-written with Michael Angela Davis, The Meaning of Mariah Carey shares Mimi’s “improbable and inspiring journey of survival and resilience as she struggles through complex issues of race, identity, class, childhood and family trauma during her meteoric rise to music superstardom.” We already can’t wait for this page-turner to be made into its own Oscar-winning biopic. — Lyndsey Parker

Amazon, Tuesday, Sept. 29.” data-reactid=”59″>The Meaning of Mariah Carey arrives at bookstores, including Amazon, Tuesday, Sept. 29.

multiple health scares. But the resilient “Don’t Stop Me Now” rockers are soldiering on with their first concert album to feature Lambert on lead vocals, Live Around the World. The disc compiles 20 epic performances, ranging from Queen + Adam Lambert’s first major tour dates in 2014 (including “Love Kills,” which made its public debut on a Yahoo livestream!) right up to their Live Aid reenactment for Australian fire relief earlier this year. — L.P.” data-reactid=”69″>2018 was a huge comeback year for Queen, thanks to their Oscar-winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody and residency in Vegas. And 2019 was just as phenomenal, with sold-out stadium shows around the globe and a TV special on ABC/Netflix. However, 2020 has been challenging, with tour dates canceled due to coronavirus concerns and guitarist Brian May dealing with multiple health scares. But the resilient “Don’t Stop Me Now” rockers are soldiering on with their first concert album to feature Lambert on lead vocals, Live Around the World. The disc compiles 20 epic performances, ranging from Queen + Adam Lambert’s first major tour dates in 2014 (including “Love Kills,” which made its public debut on a Yahoo livestream!) right up to their Live Aid reenactment for Australian fire relief earlier this year. — L.P.

Apple Music.” data-reactid=”70″>Download/stream Live Around the World on Apple Music.

breakout stars of Coachella 2019, highest-charting female Korean act on the Billboard Hot 100, most-followed girl group on Spotify and most-subscribed music group, female act and Asian act on YouTube — all before even putting out a full-length album in the Korean language. (One Japanese album, BLACKPINK in Your Area, did come out in 2018.) Now they’re releasing what is being touted as their official debut, The Album. The much-anticipated record comes fresh off their Chromatica collaboration “Sour Candy” with Lady Gaga and their smash single “Ice Cream” with Selena Gomez, and BLACKPINK are getting more than just a taste of sweet success. — L.P.” data-reactid=”79″>Unstoppable K-pop sensations BLACKPINK became the breakout stars of Coachella 2019, highest-charting female Korean act on the Billboard Hot 100, most-followed girl group on Spotify and most-subscribed music group, female act and Asian act on YouTube — all before even putting out a full-length album in the Korean language. (One Japanese album, BLACKPINK in Your Area, did come out in 2018.) Now they’re releasing what is being touted as their official debut, The Album. The much-anticipated record comes fresh off their Chromatica collaboration “Sour Candy” with Lady Gaga and their smash single “Ice Cream” with Selena Gomez, and BLACKPINK are getting more than just a taste of sweet success. — L.P.

Apple Music.” data-reactid=”80″>Download/stream The Album on Apple Music.

Fandango for ticket and showtime information.” data-reactid=”87″>Save Yourselves! opens in theaters Friday, Oct. 2; check Fandango for ticket and showtime information.

Apple Books.” data-reactid=”95″>Download/stream Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass on Apple Books.

Disney+ Drive-In Festival opens Monday, Sept. 28.” data-reactid=”102″>Registration for the Disney+ Drive-In Festival opens Monday, Sept. 28.

Apple Music.” data-reactid=”116″>Download/stream Melanie C on Apple Music.

Amazon and Walmart.” data-reactid=”130″>Hasbro’s Star Wars: Mission Fleet toys are available at Amazon and Walmart.

Apple Music.” data-reactid=”134″>Download/stream You’ve Always Been Here on Apple Music.

Amazon.” data-reactid=”137″>The Office Space Game is available on Amazon.

Apple Music.” data-reactid=”141″>Download/stream Sing Your Dreams on Apple Music.