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By Nate Millado

It's a family affair on April 10! On National Siblings Day, we celebrate those who may share our genes (and sometimes steal our jeans), those who keep us grounded (and got us grounded growing up), and those who've lent their shoulders to cry on and always had our backs.

Watch rounds up some of our favorite brothers and sisters on CBS, Pop TV, SHOWTIME, and Paramount+!

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Blue Bloods'' Danny, Erin, and Jamie Reagan

The Reagan siblings at their weekly family dinner

Blue Bloods'' Danny (Donnie Wahlberg), Erin (Bridget Moynahan) and Jamie Reagan (Will Estes) enjoy a family dinner together.

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The Blue Bloods brood is a tight-knit squad. We love seeing the Reagan siblings—Detective Danny (Donnie Wahlberg), Assistant DA Erin (Bridget Moynahan), and beat cop Jamie (Will Estes)—break bread over Sunday family dinner.

Blue Bloods airs Fridays at 10/9c on CBS. Stream anytime on Paramount+!

Young Sheldon's Sheldon and Missy

Sheldon glares at a smiling Missy during a car ride

Sheldon (Iain Armitage) and twin sis Missy (Raegan Revord).

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They may be (fraternal) twins, but Young Sheldon (Iain Armitage) and sis Missy (Raegan Revord) couldn't be more different: He's a pint-sized prodigy; she's more sporty and social. But as they say in chemistry, opposites attract—and their bond is on full-display during their shared-bedroom chats. Still, we get a kick seeing Missy—along with big sib George Jr. (Montana Jordan)—torment their boy-genius bro!

Young Sheldon airs Thursdays at 8/7c on CBS. Stream anytime on Paramount+!

Bob ❤️ Abishola's Bob, Christina, and Douglas

Bob with TV sibs Christina and Douglas

Billy Gardell as Bob, Maribeth Monroe as Christina, and Matt Jones as Douglas.

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Twins Christina (Maribeth Monroe) and Douglas (Matt Jones) aren't the most reliable siblings—whether it's "working" at family biz MaxDot or mom-sitting Dottie. But they are the perfect foil for our favorite sock salesman, Bob (Billy Gardell).

Bob ❤️ Abishola airs Mondays at 8:30/7:30c on CBS. Stream anytime on Paramount+!

The Brady Bunch

The Brady kids

The Brady kids, clockwise from top left: Bobby, Jan, Cindy, Greg, Peter, and Marcia.

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Here's the story ... of six kids named Brady! The six siblings of TV's most famous blended family—Greg, Marcia, Jan, Peter, Bobby, and Cindy—"keep on, keep on, keep on" entertaining us over the decades with such iconic moments as "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia," "Oh, my nose!," and "Pork chops and applesauce."

Stream episodes of The Brady Bunch on Paramount+!

Schitt's Creek's Alexis and David Rose

Alexis and David Rose in formalwear

Schitt's Creek duo Alexis and David Rose.

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David (Dan Levy) and Alexis (Annie Murphy) can communicate with just a look or an "Ew." They throw shade at each other during epic reads—but lean into a (reluctant) hug when needed. They give each other relationship advice—but can dish out tough love, too. It was beautiful to see them blossom over six seasons, culminating with Alexis walking her big bro down the aisle at his wedding. "For what it's worth, I am continuously impressed by you," he tells her. All the feels!

Schitt's Creek streams on the Pop Now app, plus Netflix and CW Seed. Catch past episodes on Comedy Central too! Check local listings.

Everybody Hates Chris'' Chris, Tonya, and Drew Rock

Chris of Everybody Hates Chris with TV siblings Tonya and Drew Rock

Everybody Hates Chris'' Chris, Tonya, and Drew Rock.

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Every eldest kid can relate to poor Chris Rock. He's less sibling and more "emergency adult," tasked with taking care of trouble-making Tonya and his taller, cooler "little" bro, Drew.

Stream Everybody Hates Chris on Paramount+!

One Day at a Time's Alex and Elena

Marcel Ruiz and Isabella Gomez

ODAAT''s Marcel Ruiz (Alex) and Isabella Gomez (Elena).

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Sure, Elena (Isabella Gomez) was hoping for a puppy when she was younger, but she got a little brother instead! And while she and Alex (Marcel Ruiz) tease each other from time to time, the Alvarez kids genuinely love and support each other. When Elena came out of the closet—much to the chagrin of her prodigal papa—it was Alex who convinced Victor to love her unconditionally. If you're looking for #SiblingGoals ... this is it!

Stream episodes of One Day at a Time on Paramount+!

Beverly Hills, 90210's Brenda and Brandon Walsh

Jason Priestley and Shannen Doherty goofing around on the beach

Beverly Hills, 90210's Brenda (Shannen Doherty) and Brandon (Jason Priestley).

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Minnesota transplants-turned-bougie zip code dwellers Brenda (Shannen Doherty) and Brandon Walsh (Jason Priestley) were as 90's-iconic as the GameBoy, the Spice Girls, scrunchies, and acid-washed jeans.

Stream all seasons of Beverly Hills, 90210 on Paramount+!

Rugrats' Lil and Phil

Lil and Phil of Rugrats

Rugrats'' twin babies, Phil and Lil.

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Rugrats Phil and Lil DeVille are joined at the hip! These twins (notice a trend in this roundup?!) are obsessed with the same things: Reptar, ladybugs, worms, and getting dirty! You'll know when they're annoyed with each other, though, when they start using full names "Phillip" and "Lilian."

Stream all seasons of Rugrats on Paramount+!

Shameless' Gallagher Kids

The Gallagher clan of Shameless

The Gallagher clan of Shameless.

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The Gallaghers put the fun in "dysfunctional"! But for Fiona (Emmy Rossum), Lip (Jeremy Allen White), Debbie (Emma Kenney), Ian (Cameron Monaghan), Carl (Ethan Cutosky), and Liam (Christian Isaiah), family is everything. They might fight (a lot!), but they always pull their weight. Remember when they all chipped in for the electric bill in the series premiere?

SEE MORE: Goodbye, Gallaghers! 12 Shameless Life Lessons

Don't miss the series finale of Shameless on Sunday, April 11, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME. Catch up on past seasons now on SHOWTIME ANYTIME apps, as well as via SHOWTIME On Demand.

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By Holly Claytor

Big Summer by Jennifer Weiner is a vibrant and poignant novel about the power of friendship. Daphne, a plus-sized Instagram model, has made great strides in boosting her self-confidence after a life of insecurity. She's built an online presence that she loves. But when her ex-best friend from high school, Drue Cavanaugh, walks back into her life asking Daphne to stand as her maid-of-honor, Daphne is rightfully speechless.

Letting Drue back into her life is risky, but the invitation does come with an excuse to stay at a waterfront mansion on Cape Cod—the perfect backdrop for Daphne's digital content. After begs and pleads from Drue, Daphne ultimately accepts, embarking on a summer getaway she will never be able to forget—for better or for worse.

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Big SummerBig Summer speaks to the resiliency of the human spirit, the pitfalls of living life online, and the journey to discovering what matters most.

Read and discuss Big Summer by author Jennifer Weiner all month long! Get the reading group guide via the official book page.

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Did you know that Folake Olowofoyeku—star of CBS' hit comedy series Bob❤️Abisholawas named for a famous woman in Nigerian history?

Now 88 years old, Folake Solanke was a pioneering lawyer and an advocate for women's rights and equality. Solanke's work, past and present, paved the way for many other women to achieve success in the legal field in her country.

Do you know a woman who is making a difference? Nominate her for L'Oreal's 2021 Women of Worth award program.

Women of Worth recognizes everyday women across the U.S. who are inspiring others and creating positive change. Nominations are open through April 30th, 2021.



Discover more about Folake Olowofoyeku in this exclusive WATCH interview and cover story!☝️

Bob❤️ Abishola airs Mondays at 8:30/7:30c. Stream anytime on Paramount+.

A trio of unlikely GRAMMY winners: Zach Braff, Kathy Griffin, and Hillary Clinton.

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By Nate Millado

Music's Biggest Night® airs on CBS (and streams on Paramount+) this Sunday, March 14! Up for GRAMMY gold are the usual suspects—Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and Post Malone. But did you know that Meryl Streep, Tiffany Haddish, and Jeopardy GOAT Ken Jennings are also nominated?

Check out these other surprising celebrities, politicians, and cartoons (!) who've all won a GRAMMY—or two!

Watch the 63rd annual GRAMMY Awards®, hosted by Trevor Noah and broadcast live from downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, March 14 at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT on CBS, and stream live and on-demand on Paramount+.

Sir Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart making an announcement

Patrick Stewart surprised fans at a Star Trek Las Vegas convention with the news that he'd be reprising his iconic role of Picard.

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Despite his very-DJ-sounding nickname, "P-Stew," Sir Patrick Stewart did not earn his GRAMMY for Best Remixed Recording. Rather, the Star Trek: Picard star lent his authoritative voice to Prokofiev: Peter And The Wolf and earned the trophy for Best Spoken Word Album for Children in 1995.

Stream Star Trek: Picard exclusively on Paramount+.

Alvin and The Chipmunks

Alvin and The Chipmunks

All Alvin wants for Christmas is a hula hoop.

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The high-pitched harmonies of Alvin and The Chipmunks were music to voters' ears. At the inaugural GRAMMY Awards in 1958, "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)" took home three trophies, including Best Comedy Performance and Best Children's Recording. The holiday chestnut by the cartoon trio (voiced by Ross Bagdasarian) even snuck in as a surprise Record of the Year nominee!

Michael J. Fox

Michael J. Fox with his GRAMMY

James Corden video chats with Michael J. Fox on The Late Late Show.

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"I thought I would win the Nobel Peace Prize before I win a GRAMMY," Michael J. Fox told James Corden on The Late Late Show in November. "I had no business winning a GRAMMY. It's just like silly that I have one. There are these great musicians that work their whole lives and don't have one. I read some words I wrote and they gave me one. But I will take it." The words he wrote (that he read) come from his memoir, Always Looking Up, which won the 2009 Spoken Word GRAMMY.

Betty White

Betty White poses on the set of The Bold and the Beautiful during an appearance as a guest star

Betty White's impressive list of credits include The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Golden Girls, Hot in Cleveland, and The Bold and the Beautiful.

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National treasure Betty White won a Best Spoken Word GRAMMY in 2011 for If You Ask Me (And Of Course You Won't). Watch this Golden Girl's impeccable comedic timing on full display in the TV Land sitcom Hot in Cleveland on Paramount+!

Don Cheadle

Don Cheadle wearing a hat and smiling during a press tour

Don Cheadle on stage during the panel for Black Monday at the 2020 SHOWTIME Winter TCA Press Tour.

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Black Monday star Don Cheadle was rewarded with a gramophone for his brilliant turn as jazz icon Miles Davis in Miles Ahead. The biopic's album won in 2016 for Best Soundtrack Compilation.

Stream Seasons 1 and 2 of Black Monday on SHOWTIME and SHOWTIME ANYTIME apps, as well as via SHOWTIME On Demand.

Eugene Levy

Eugene Levy in a suit and clear glasses

Schitt's Creek pop Eugene Levy recently won an Emmy to bookend his GRAMMY.

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Before he racked up a Schitt's ton of awards for playing easygoing patriarch Johnny Rose, Eugene Levy actually won a 2014 GRAMMY for the original song he wrote for A Mighty Wind. His singing partner and ex in the folk music mockumentary? None other than Moira Rose herself, Catherine O'Hara.

Schitt's Creek streams on the Pop Now app, plus Netflix and CW Seed.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

GRAMMY winner Martin Luther King, Jr.

MLK won a Nobel Peace Prize—and a posthumous GRAMMY.

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In addition to being nominated three times—including one for his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech—the civil rights leader posthumously won for Best Spoken Word Recording in 1971 for "Why I Oppose The War In Vietnam."

Kathy Griffin

Kathy Griffin holding up her GRAMMY

Kathy Griffin has a pair of Emmys to go with her GRAMMY.

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The envelope-pushing, celebrity-roasting comedienne might consider herself D-list. But with five Best Comedy Album noms (and one win, for 2014's Calm Down Gurrl), Kathy Griffin is certainly A-list at the GRAMMYs.

Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert sitting at his desk and smiling

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert during Sunday's February 7, 2021 Super Bowl Special.

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Believe it or not, Stephen Colbert has a lovely singing voice—the host of The Late Show once played Harry in a revival of Stephen Sondheim's Company. But the pair of GRAMMYs on his mantel are actually for Best Spoken Word Album in 2013 for America Again: Re-becoming The Greatness We Never Weren't and Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift Of All! as 2009's Best Comedy Album.

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert airs Weeknights at 11:35/10:35c on CBS and streams on Paramount+.

Barack Obama

Barack Obama on the set of The Late Show

President Barack Obama sat down with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show in November 2020.

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Before Barack Obama was a two-term president, "44" was already a two-time GRAMMY winner. Both of his wins were in the Best Spoken Word Album category, for audio versions of Dreams From My Father and The Audacity Of Hope.

Trey Parker & Matt Stone

South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone

South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have earned Emmys, Tonys, and a GRAMMY.

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Yes, it's true: South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are just one Oscar away from an EGOT. The Emmy-winning duo took home the Musical Theater Album GRAMMY in 2012 for their Tony-winning hit The Book of Mormon.

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn in a white floral Givenchy dress at the Oscars in 1954

An icon of stage and screen, Audrey Hepburn is only one of 16 EGOT winners.

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One of the elite few who's actually achieved EGOT status is Hollywood legend Audrey Hepburn. Her posthumous 1994 Best Spoken Word for Children GRAMMY for Audrey Hepburn's Enchanted Tales completed her grand slam of show-business.

David Fincher

David Fincher is a GRAMMY winner for music videos

David Fincher is the auteur behind more than 50 music videos.

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Before he became a big-time director—helming The Social Network, Gone Girl, and this year's Oscar contender, Mank—David Fincher elevated the music video to an art form. His credits include more than 50 videos, including Madonna's iconic "Vogue," Aerosmith's "Janie's Got a Gun," and George Michael's "Freedom '90." Fincher won GRAMMYs for two of those music videos: Justin Timberlake's "Suit and Tie" in 2014 and The Rolling Stones' "Love Is Strong" in 1995.

Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Sophia Loren

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Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Sophia Loren won a GRAMMY in 2004.

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How's this for a random trio: A former U.S. president, a Soviet Union leader, and a screen legend teamed up on a recording of Peter And The Wolf and Wolf Tracks. Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Sophia Loren bagged the Best Spoken Word Album for Children in 2004.

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton holding her GRAMMY

The one-time GRAMMY winner would go on to make history as the first female nominee of a major U.S. party in 2016.

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It takes a village to enable children to "become smart, able, resilient adults," wrote then–First Lady Hillary Clinton in her 1996 book. Her audiobook version of It Takes a Village won a 1997 Best Spoken Word GRAMMY.

Baha Men

Baha Men with their GRAMMYs

GRAMMY winners Baha Men.

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For those keeping track at home, the combined competitive GRAMMY wins of Jimi Hendrix, Queen, Katy Perry, and Nicki Minaj: 0. Baha Men: 1. The one-hit wonders won for their one and only hit, "Who Let the Dogs Out," in 2001 for Dance Recording.

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs in black tie on the red carpet

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was a game-changer.

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Thanks to innovations like iPods and iTunes, late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was awarded a posthumous honorary GRAMMY for changing the music game.

Magic Johnson

NBA champ and GRAMMY winner Magic Johnson in black tie

Ten-time NBA champ Magic Johnson also boasts a GRAMMY and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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In 1991, Magic Johnson shocked the world by announcing that he was HIV-positive. The Los Angeles Lakers legend penned a groundbreaking book, What You Can Do to Avoid AIDS, and the audio version took home the 1993 GRAMMY for Best Spoken Word Album.

Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet in a white Badgley Mischka dress with black beaded details

Kate Winslet has an Oscar (The Reader), an Emmy (Mildred Pierce), and a GRAMMY.

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Kate Winslet has had a titanic career. But it's her voice that earned her a GRAMMY: The British thesp won in 1999 for Best Spoken Word Album for narrating Listen to the Storyteller.

Zach Braff

Zach Braff shows off his GRAMMY

Zach Braff shows off his GRAMMY.

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Zach Braff wrote, directed, and starred in Garden State, based on the Jersey boy's real-life experiences. The Scrubs star also compiled its soundtrack album, ultimately winning the 2005 GRAMMY for Best Compilation Soundtrack.

Esperanza Spalding

Esperanza Spalding accepting her GRAMMY award

Esperanza Spalding bested Bieber, Drake, Mumford, and Florence to win Best New Artist.

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And the GRAMMY for Best New Artist of 2011 does not go to ... Justin Bieber, Drake, Mumford And Sons, or Florence + The Machine! In the night's biggest upset, Esperanza Spalding beat out mainstream heavy-hitters to become the first jazz star to ever win the title. But make no mistake; Spalding's win is not a fluke. She's gone on to win three more trophies since.

Joaquin Phoenix

Joaquin Phoenix in a tuxedo

Method actor Joaquin Phoenix really embodied the Man in Black in Walk the Line.

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Award-winning actor Joaquin Phoenix really throws himself into his work. So when it came time to play Johnny Cash in Walk the Line, Phoenix learned to play guitar and sang the songs himself. While he ultimately lost the Oscar to Phillip Seymour Hoffman's Capote, Phoenix didn't walk away empty-handed: As Walk the Line's featured performer, he earned a GRAMMY in 2006 for Best Compilation Soundtrack.

Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher wearing jeweled glasses and hoop earrings with colorful birds

Carrie Fisher's last book went behind the scenes of the filming of Star Wars.

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The Force was with Princess Leia, even in death: Carrie Fisher won a posthumous Best Spoken Word GRAMMY for her memoir, The Princess Diarist.

Martin Scorsese

GRAMMY and Oscar winner Martin Scorsese

Scorsese finally won Best Director at the Academy Awards in 2007.

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Let this sink in: Martin Scorsese, one of the greatest directors of all time (Taxi Driver, GoodFellas, Raging Bull, The Aviator, and so on) won a GRAMMY before he won an Oscar! After decades in the biz, Scorsese finally won the elusive Oscar for The Departed in 2007. But a year prior, he won a Music Film GRAMMY for his Bob Dylan documentary, No Direction Home.

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