Ukraine has come up with a new way to fight fake news: the nightly StopFake broadcast show only broadcasts fake news.

The group, overseen by a college's journalism school, behind the show is highly respected for exposing fake news for what it is. Viewers are able to turn to StopFake and they know every story will be fake news.

The show's anchor, Margo Gontar, referred to the project as investigative journalism "with a twist."

The show is not the broadcast version of The Onion—it sets itself up as a public service for the country that's been fighting fake news since before it was an international buzz phrase.

StopFake, as an organization, has chosen to fight against fake news this way instead of banning the news because it's more entertaining and gets a more captivating audience. Discuss

Marc Summers, the man who hosted the classic gameshow Double Dare, is featured in a new documentary about his life, career and his struggle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

The film also features interviews with Seth Green, Neil Patrick Harris, Ryan Seacrest and others who discuss the Summer's legacy and the legacy of the show.

You can check out the trailer for On Your Marc below. Discuss

Quarterback-turned-baseball player Tim Tebow has started spring training with the New York Mets organization, where he hopes to continue his career as a professional athlete. However, as he explains in this video from a press conference, sports, celebrity and stats aren’t what are really important to him. Discuss