The Amazing Race

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One Day At A Time. That's the name of Netflix's revival of a 1975 sitcom which CBS will broadcast this fall, since its own shows haven't resumed production due to the coronavirus pandemic.

One day at a time also explains how the TV networks are dealing with the annual fall TV season launch when unable to air the lineups they announced in May.

John Kiesewetter

What happens when you gather "Face/Off" stars Nicholas Cage and Gina Gershon, WWE wrestler Eva Marie, Austrian actress Nicky Whalen ("Hall Pass," "Franklin & Bash"), movie producer Randall Emmett and director Jonathan Baker?

You get an entertaining press conference about "Inconceivable," the newest Hollywood feature film to shoot in Greater Cincinnati – and be set here as well.

And you learn there will be more movies coming to town.

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On this day 10 years ago, four Linz kids from Anderson Township were presented a $1-million check on “CBS This Morning” on Dec. 14, 2005, the day after winning “The Amazing Race.”

The Linz siblings -- Nick, 24; Alex, 23; Megan, 21 and Tommy, 19 -- had raced through 50 cities in 25 days on the reality show since the previous September. The kids gave $500,000 to their parents, Tom and Terri, and split the remaining amount after taxes among the four participants and their three brothers.

Where are they now? Here’s an update from their mother Terri: