We won't know for sure, though, until Tuesday night's finale.
The pandemic has made 2020 a rough year for many people, so Kim Kardashian West has offered to give 1,000 people $500.
"The government really be saying 'Let Them Eat Cake' with this $600 nonsense," one user chided on Twitter.
The former "Hotel Impossible" host predicts when travel will return to normal.
These content creators wrapped gifts like T-shirts and cutting boards to make them look like harps and scooters.
The "Machete" actor, 76, donated food from his Trejos Tacos restaurant at the socially distanced drive-through event.
"It's still 2008 in my home. That is, my 6-year-old son assumes Obama is president, he knows Biden is president-elect, but he has no idea Trump exists," the mom apparently wrote in a Facebook post.
Read here to find out all the postage changes that will go into effect in 2021.
Despite its reputation for being an app exclusively for Generation Z, TikTok has become a platform for viewers—and creators—of every age. From a pint-sized toddler chef to a charming grandad, these two TikToker stars are shaking up the app.
Jupiter and Saturn are set to appear close together in the sky in a major celestial event known as the Great Conjunction.
Pre-production on "The Mandalorian" Season 3 is already underway.
The $600 stimulus checks have been deemed an "insult" and a "joke" by critics on Twitter.
Netflix introduced its top 10 charts for the first time in 2020, meaning that we now know the series that the people were watching all over the world.
"I realize it's hard for many people to accept that…Martin is not a psychopath," Christie Smythe tweeted.
The best thing about 2021 won't be simply that it isn't 2020. From science to space, healthcare to business, sports to entertainment, these are the events and people that will bring us joy next year.
The fourth episode of the final season is titled, "From One Hand to Another."
There are plenty of clues on their individual Instagram accounts.
In a year that has been filled with far too many dark days, the world has some unique ways to celebrate the return of the sun on Winter Solstice.