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What’s better than slipping into a comfy sweater, curling up on the couch and reading People’s annual “SexiestMan Alive” issue?
Watching it come to life!
Hosted by Scandal’s Bellamy Young and featuring interviews with celebrities, comedians and People’s entertainment experts, the special will highlight features of the 2015 issue through fun clip packages like “From Geek to Gorgeous” and “The Men of Primetime TV.” In addition, The View’s Michelle Collins and Dirty Pop Live’s Lance Bass will break down the trends (Dad Bods, Man Buns & Lumbersexuals) that took 2015 by storm.
And if that wasn’t enough… A handful of People’s sexiest men themselves will appear in tongue-in-cheek field packages. Watch Aziz Ansari, Michael B. Jordan, Anthony Mackie and Ryan Guzman in “Guys Doing Chores,” Vin Diesel, Michael Strahan, and James Van Der Beek in “Dads with Killer Bodies” and John Legend, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Val Chmerkovskiy in “Men with Pets.”
So cancel all your plans and make a date with us. We’ll bring the guys; you get the wine.
Have you always believed Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year? If so, put on your ugly Christmas sweater, heat up some Dr. Pepper and come take a nostalgic trip down candy cane memory lane with the History Channel’s four-part special – “Christmas Through The Decades: ‘60s - ‘90s.”
Devoting an hour to each decade, the series gathers up the most memorable and popular Christmas-themed moments in television, film, music and history from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. From A Charlie Brown Christmas and Seinfeld’s Festivus, to JFK’s last Christmas at the White House in 1962 and Mikhail Gorbachev’s historic resignation as President of the Soviet Union in 1991, if it happened during Christmas or if it celebrated the Christmas spirit, then this special covers it.
Offering context and first person accounts, celebrities like Jillian Michaels, LeAnn Rimes, Boomer Esiason, Dascha Polanco, and Steve Doocy will provide additional information and insight as they wax poetic about each decade’s merriment.
So, whether your favorite Christmas song is Mariah Cary’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” or Bing Crosby’s “Do You Hear What I Hear,” “Christmas Through The Decades: ‘60s - ‘90s” has something for you.
Karla Hidalgo is an Emmy nominated writer, director and producer with over 20 years of news and entertainment experience.After working for five years at the Fox News Channel as a Live Producer, Y2K survivor Karla Hidalgo joined Video Hits One in 2000. Her first assignment was producing host wraps with childhood crush Ricky Schroder…dressed in leather pants. Needless to say, her career in journalism became an afterthought.
For the next 14 years, as Vice President of Development & Production, Ms. Hidalgo exercised her unrepentant love for pop culture trivia. During her tenure she developed, produced and oversaw the production of iconic series like Pop Up Video, I Love The 70s/80s/90s/00s, Best Week Ever and every possible countdown show known to man. Her productions featured many of today's most successful comedians such as Amy Schumer, Michael Che, Michael Ian Black and Rachael Harris.
Ms. Hidalgo specializes in pop culture, nostalgia and stencil drawings. She may or may not be Banksy but she is a native New Yorker and did graduate from Barnard College of Columbia University in 1994.
Christopher Martin is a writer, producer, director and shooter with over twenty years of experience in the television industry. His career began with internships working for David Letterman, Rosie O'Donnell and the Discovery Channel. After graduation, he secured a job with ABC - first working for Barbara Walters, and then later with The View.
After briefly leaving the world of television to follow his dream of auditioning singers, dancers, and Little People for the Radio City Christmas Spectacular (seriously) he accepted a job with VH1 where he remained for 14 years. While there he specialized in comedy and pop-culture programming, and was involved in everything from Behind the Music to Best Week Ever, and more clip shows about Britney Spears and the Hilton sisters than he would care to remember.
In addition to his work with VH1, Chris has produced shows for ABC, A&E, History, WE, Sky 1, MetroTV, Lifetime and MTV.
He designed his own house, wears skull-emblazoned socks every day, is kind to his mother, spares the lives of insects and is indoorsy.