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Mario Batali Fired by The Chew in Wake of Sexual Misconduct Allegations

8 hours ago

ABC has officially severed ties with Mario Batali, three days after a shocking report revealed that four women had accused The Chew co-host of sexual misconduct.

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The following is a statement from ABC in which the network confirms that — despite being “unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving” Batali — he will no longer be seen on The Chew:

Upon completing its review into the allegations made against Mario Batali, ABC has terminated its relationship with him and he will no longer appear on The Chew. »


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The Originals Series Finale Wraps: Klaus, Caroline and More Say Goodbye in Behind-the-Scenes Photos

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It turns out “always and forever” does have an expiration date.

The stars of The Originals — some of them, anyway — assembled Thursday in New Orleans for the final day of filming on the CW drama. And considering the series finale is titled “When the Saints Go Marching In,” it was only fitting that Joseph Morgan & Co. got to finish it on location in the Big Easy.

Thankfully, the last day — plus several leading up to it — were well-documented on social media by The Originals‘ cast and crew, offering fans one last look at the Mikaelsons (including one member visiting from »


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Hawaii Five-0 Taps Vincent Pastore to Play Danny's 'Uncle' From Jersey

10 hours ago

Well, this Hawaii Five-0 casting should be a big hit with TV fans: The Sopranos veteran Vincent Pastore is joining the cast of the CBS procedural in a recurring role.

Our sister site Deadline reports that Pastore will play Danny’s “uncle” Vito, a contractor who hails from (you guessed it) New Jersey. Vito prides himself on being a Mr. Fix-It and travels to Hawaii to help Danny open his restaurant. Danny always assumed Vito was in the mob… even though the guy really doesn’t have any ties to organized crime. »


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TVLine Items: Jim Carrey Comedy Adds Get Out Star, A.P. Bio Preview and More

14 hours ago

This casting is no joke: Get Out‘s Catherine Keener will star opposite Jim Carrey in the upcoming Showtime comedy series Kidding.

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The half-hour comedy, which does not yet have a premiere date, tells the story of Jeff (Carrey), a beloved children’s television star whose family life begins to implode. Before long, he realizes that all the fairy tales and puppets in the world do little in the way of helping him cope with his troubles at home. Keener is set to play Deirdre, a puppet builder who works with Jeff, »


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Scoop: Pitch's Kylie Bunbury to Star in ABC's Get Christie Love Reboot

17 hours ago

Kylie Bunbury is about to go from “You’re out!” to “You’re under arrest, sugah!”

The Pitch alum has signed on to star in ABC’s reboot of the 1970s cop drama Get Christie Love, TVLine has learned. Bunbury will play the title character, an African-American CIA agent in charge of an elite special-ops unit. “Beautiful and charismatic, Christie transforms into whoever she needs to be in order to get the job done, especially when it’s down to the wire and the stakes are life and death,” per the network’s description.

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Curb Your Enthusiasm Renewed for Season 10 at HBO

18 hours ago

Well this is pretty, pretty, pretty good news.

HBO on Thursday announced that it has renewed Curb Your Enthusiasm for a 10th season. The announcement comes less than two weeks after the Season 9 finale.

“We are thrilled that Larry will be back with his uniquely acerbic wit and comedic sensibility,” Casey Bloys, President of HBO programming, said in a statement. Added Larry David, “As I’ve said many times, when one has the opportunity to annoy someone, one should do so.”

Production on Season 10 of Curb is set to commence in »


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Shadowhunters Stages Showdown With Hamilton Star — 2018 First Look

19 hours ago

When Shadowhunters returns in 2018, Magnus is going wand-to-wand with a Founding Father.

TVLine has an exclusive first look at the High Warlock’s new rival Lorenzo Rey, played by Javier Muñoz, star of the Broadway musical Hamilton.

Though if we’re being honest, the spellcasters look awfully chummy for a pair of supposed “enemies.” (And let’s be honest, this wouldn’t be the first time someone has attempted to come between Magnus and Alec.)

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Disney Buys 21st Century Fox: What Does This Mean for Homer?! (And Other Burning Qs Answered)

19 hours ago

The Walt Disney Company has acquired 21st Century Fox in a deal valued at a staggering $52.4 billion. Word of the historic merger came bright and early on Thursday, leaving even those in the know with more questions than answers. Here are the key takeaways from the epic pact:

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Will Disney, which already owns ABC, now own Fox, too?

No. The deal does not include the Fox broadcasting network — home to The Simpsons, Family Guy, The X-Files, etc. — or Fox News. Also not included in »


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Ratings: Designated Survivor Eyes Uptick, Empire Rises to Win Night

19 hours ago

ABC’s Designated Survivor entered the holiday break with 4.4 million total viewers and a 0.8 demo rating, rising 13 percent and a tenth from last week’s series lows. The sophomore drama also drew its biggest audience since Oct. 11.

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On the sitcom front, The Goldbergs (6.1 mil/1.6) and American Housewife (4.8 mil/1.3) each rose a tenth, while Speechless (4.6 mil/1.1) and Modern Family (5.9 mil/1.7) were steady.

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Elsewhere….

CBS | Survivor (8.7 mil/1.7) ticked down.

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RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars Moves to Thursdays in 2018 — Watch Promo

21 hours ago

VH1 is looking to make 2018 a happy Ru year.

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The third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars — in which eight former Drag Race contestants return for a second shot at glory — will premiere on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 8/7c with a special 90-minute opener. (That’s right, folks, it’s moving to Thursdays.)

Says creator/host RuPaul, “The rumors are 100 percent true, baby. The All Stars three debut delivers my most legendary queens, and they’re fired up and ready to take over the mother-tucking world.”

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Prison Break Update: Dominic Purcell Says Season 6 Is 'In the Works'

21 hours ago

Prison Break is plotting its re-return.

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Six months after its most recent nine-episode revival ended, star Dominic Purcell is teasing that a second revival (aka Season 6) is in the early stages of development. The actor posted the series’ logo on Instagram and added the not-so-cryptic caption: “#PrisonBreak 6. In the works.”

It should be noted that Fox has not officially ordered a sixth season of Prison Break, although Fox Television Group CEO Dana Walden said last May that the network would “definitely consider doing more episodes,” but that Prison Break even »


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Chris Messina Wishes The Newsroom Were Still Around to Cover Trump

22 hours ago

If you ever considered 2017’s tumultuous news cycle and wondered, “What would the journalists at Atlantis Cable News think of all of this?,” you’re in good company: The Newsroom alum Chris Messina has done the same.

And in a recent interview, when Aaron Sorkin’s HBO cable-news drama came up, Messina said he knows exactly where Reese — the arrogant, self described “douche on the side of the angels” who ran Acn and whom Messina played for three seasons — would be by now.

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“Oh my God,” he said, »


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2017 in Review: Saddest Cancellation, Guiltiest Pleasures, Underrated Actors, Biggest Disappointments and More

22 hours ago

As 2017 nears its merciful conclusion, so too does TVLine’s list of year-end retrospectives — which means it’s time to get down to the nitty gritty.

Having already rehashed the best dramas, best comedies, worst shows, shocking deaths and wild plot twists, it’s time for the first half of our year-end Best/Worst/Most round-up, in which we highlight underrated performances, admit to our guilty pleasures and applaud new additions to our favorite shows.

And at the risk of ending up on Santa’s naughty list (he knows when you’re awake!), we’re not just here to play nice. »

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Mr. Robot Season 3 Finale Recap: Undo

13 December 2017 8:16 PM, PST

Need to catch up? Check out our previous Mr. Robot recap here.

How did Mr. Robot wrap up its third season? By taking us back to where it all began — creaky Ferris wheel car and all.

The Dark Army is looking to delete Elliot for good, and they ransack his apartment while he hides out next door. He’s frantically texting Darlene, but she’s not answering, because she’s still stuck stewing in that FBI interrogation room. Dom’s boss Santiago — aka the secret Dark Army mole — has other plans for her, though: He turns the video camera off, »


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Designated Survivor Boss Breaks Down Latest Tragedy (How Random Was It?), Previews Difficult Transition Ahead

13 December 2017 7:59 PM, PST

The following contains spoilers from the Designated Survivor midseason finale.

ABC’s Designated Survivor closed the first half of its sophomore season by dealing President Tom Kirkman his most devastating, soul-crushing blow to date, in a tragic twist that has been on the books since last spring.

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As this week’s episode neared its end, First Lady Alex (played by Natascha McElhone) brilliantly torpedoed Forstell’s investigation into the bribery allegations made against her, by making an opening statement — on the public record — in which she disclosed that the FBI Director »


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Robert Knepper to Stay on iZombie; 'No Evidence of Wrongdoing' on Show's Set

13 December 2017 7:09 PM, PST

Robert Knepper will remain a cast member on The CW’s iZombie, after the show’s producers conducted an internal investigation of the actor’s conduct on set.

Knepper faces accusations of violent sexual assault by five different women that span three decades, but Warner Bros. TV tells our sister site Deadline that their inquiry, which involved members of the iZombie cast and crew, “found no evidence of wrongdoing on the set of the show.” (They made no comment about the aforementioned allegations, however, which all occurred before Knepper’s time on iZombie.)

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Empire Fall Finale Recap: A Confession, a Comeback and... a Death?

13 December 2017 6:02 PM, PST

The escalating Lyon-Dubois war came to a head in Wednesday’s Empire fall finale, and, yes, there were casualties. There was also a long overdue confession, a sudden twist in the custody battle over baby Bella and, in the episode’s closing seconds, a shocking return and a kidnapping all rolled into one.

Let’s review the major developments:

Warren came crawling back to Jamal begging for forgiveness and offering top-secret intel on his psycho mom Diana. Jamal inhaled the info and quickly passed it on to mom and pops, who then set in motion an elaborate plan to publicly »


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Riverdale Boss Explains That Black Hood Reveal, Revived 'Love Triangle'

13 December 2017 5:59 PM, PST

Warning: This post contains spoilers from Wednesday’s Riverdale fall finale.

The Black Hood killer has finally been unmasked… but is the mystery really solved?

Riverdale‘s fall finale revealed the man underneath the hood: school janitor Mr. Svenson, who was shot dead by Sheriff Keller after Archie and Betty cornered him. Betty theorized that Svenson was trying to atone for his own past mistakes — he identified the wrong man in his family’s murder, inadvertently getting an innocent person killed — by cleansing Riverdale of all its sinners. But if that’s really the end of the Black Hood story, »


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Riverdale Recap: Joy to the World! The Black Hood Killer Is Unmasked!

13 December 2017 5:59 PM, PST

Need to catch up? Check out our previous Riverdale recap here.

All I wanted for Christmas was to find out who Riverdale‘s Black Hood killer is… and you know, kids, sometimes wishes do come true. 

It’s Christmas time in Riverdale, and Kevin is having a Secret Santa party for the gang… which gets awkward fast, since Archie and Jughead are still freshly broken up with Veronica and Betty. (Ronnie gets a gift certificate for a couples’ massage — gee, thanks.) But Betty’s a little distracted, anyway, by bad dreams of the Black Hood wearing a Santa suit and »


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The Great American Baking Show Yanked From Schedule in Light of Judge's Sexual Misconduct Allegations

13 December 2017 5:42 PM, PST

Days after ABC removed Mario Batali from The Chew after allegations of sexual misconduct, the network has pulled The Great American Baking Show from its primetime schedule for similar reasons.

Pastry chef and Baking Show judge Johnny Iuzzini is being accused of sexual harassment and mistreatment by several of his former employees at the New York restaurant Jean-Georges. According to one women, Iuzzini often stuck his tongue in her ear; others claim he used kitchen utensils to touch their buttocks.

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