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Harry Potter: 5 Times Dumbledore Actually Helped Harry Defeat Voldemort (& 5 He Accidentally Hindered Him)

Albus Dumbledore is considered one of the most powerful and brilliant minds in the wizarding world. He was responsible for getting rid of the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald and considered the only wizard that Lord Voldemort ever feared. During his time at Hogwarts, Dumbledore was a brilliant student and eventually a Prefect himself.

He became headmaster of the school and a vital part of the story we all know and love about Harry Potter. But despite the way the book presents him, as a hero and one of Harry’s greatest allies, there is much debate about Dumbledore’s morality, motives, and his treatment of Harry throughout the series. In some ways, he gave Harry every tool he needed to defeat Voldemort, but in others, he was certainly a hindrance.

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Harry Potter: Every One Of Harry’s Quidditch Matches, Ranked

Quidditch is the ultimate sport in the wizarding world. It became such a popular component of Harry Potter that it even translated off-screen to real-life fans who play Quidditch matches and even conduct their own Quidditch World Cupsall over the world. In the magical world, the game is a favored past-time, in school and out of school at big events such as the fourth book’s World Cup.

But we become most familiar with it through the eyes of series protagonist, Harry Potter, who becomes the youngest Seeker. Harry proves himself to be an accomplished flyer and extremely talented on the Quidditch pitch. He wins numerous games and assists the Gryffindor House in winning the long-overdue Quidditch Cup multiple times. We’re ranking all of Harry’s matches from worst to best.

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Harry Potter: 10 Things You Never Knew About The Original Order Of The Phoenix

The Order of the Phoenix is more than just the name of a Harry Potter book and movie, it is also the name of a secretive organization created to protect the wizarding and muggle world from Lord Voldemort and his many followers. The original Order was formed back in the 1970s during the First Wizarding War. It was reassembled later on during the Second Wizarding War to defend against Voldemort’s return.

Many of the book’s protagonists and heroes were members of the Order, either in the past, present, or both. They were all assigned various duties of varying degrees of importance to serve the betterment of wizardkind. But there is a surprising amount of information to learn about the organization, here are ten things you never knew about the original Order of the Phoenix.

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Crypt TV’s Kate Krantz discusses everything you need to know about Facebook horror The Birch

Spencer has a big decision to make and Billy is looking to make serious changes when All American finally returns tonight for Season 2!

It feels like it has been forever since the Season 1 finale of All American premiered this past March but we’ve finally arrived at the Season 2 premiere day! In a few short hours we’ll be reunited with Spencer, Layla, Olivia, Jordan, Billy, Grace, Asher, and more.

A quick refresher on where we left off if you forget: Spencer’s father, Corey, is back in town. Corey is returning to coach football at Crenshaw High and he wants Spencer on his team. Will Spencer give up everything he has acheived at Beverly to give his dad another chance?

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3 reasons you need to add Facebook Watch’s The Birch to the top of your watchlist

The new Facebook Watch horror series, The Birch, will premiere on October 11. Here are three reasons you shouldn’t skip this monstrous story.

Facebook Watch’s newest season drops just in time for Halloween! The streaming service is shaping up to be one to watch. In October, Facebook Watch will be releasing two terrifying new series, The Birch and Limetown.

If The Birch sounds familiar, that’s because it is based on the award-winning short of the same name from Crypt TV. The series follows three teenagers whose lives become entangled around a creature living in the woods.

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Roswell, New Mexico adds two new stars and one should be very familiar

Roswell, New Mexico isn’t returning until midseason, but The CW just released some exciting casting news about a familiar face coming back to the show!

We’re still quite a ways off from the Season 2 premiere of Roswell, New Mexico. But this weekend, at the CW series’ New York Comic-Con panel, the cast and crew revealed some exciting casting news!

Entertainment Weekly reports that Gaius Charles, who previously starred in Friday Night Lights and Grey’s Anatomy, will join the show in a recurring capacity as Bronson. His character is described as being a local farmer with a strong moral center.

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All American: How to watch the Season 2 premiere tonight on The CW

Spencer has a big decision to make and Billy is looking to make serious changes when All American finally returns tonight for Season 2!

It feels like it has been forever since the Season 1 finale of All American premiered this past March but we’ve finally arrived at the Season 2 premiere day! In a few short hours we’ll be reunited with Spencer, Layla, Olivia, Jordan, Billy, Grace, Asher, and more.

A quick refresher on where we left off if you forget: Spencer’s father, Corey, is back in town. Corey is returning to coach football at Crenshaw High and he wants Spencer on his team. Will Spencer give up everything he has acheived at Beverly to give his dad another chance?

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