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Shameless: What Does Sober Lip Look Like in Season 8?
Shameless is returning and it's going to be a very different season for one Gallagher in particular.
Lip (Jeremy Allen White) ended Season 7 by checking himself into rehab, and this time he's doing whatever it takes to stick with his sobriety. That means running, knitting and anything that will keep
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- Megan Vick
How to Watch the 2017 Emmys
The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards air this Sunday, Sept. 17, with Stephen Colbert as the host. The Creative Arts Emmys were given out this weekend, but the big show is coming up. The top award show honoring TV can of course be watched on TV -- it airs on CBS this year -- and it can also be watched
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- Liam Mathews
Jordan Klepper Collects “Impeach Hillary” Petition Signatures At Trump Phoenix Rally For ‘The Opposition’ Launch
Shortly before Donald Trump promised to pardon former Sheriff Joe Arpaio at his recent rally for fans in Phoenix, Comedy Central’s The Opposition star Jordan Klepper was outside collecting signatures on his petition to impeach Hillary Clinton. “Don’t trust anybody who’s talking to a camera,” Klepper says to a camera in the promo video for his new late-night show, debuting September 25. “What are we opposed to? The resistance! Which, technically, is the opposition,”… »
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Shawn Mendes
Shawn Mendes is a Canadian Singer and songwriter who was born in Toronto, Ontario, on August 8, 1998. His mother is English and his father is Portuguese. He released his first album ‘Handwritten in 2015. In 2016, he released a single called ‘Treat You Better’ followed by his second album ‘Illuminate’. Both his albums debuted at number one in the Us Billboard 200 and this made him one of only five people to achieve this before they reached the age of 18. His three world tours have traveled around arenas all over the world and each of these has sold
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- Nat Berman
Sunday Ratings: The Orville Launches Well With NFL Lead-In
Sunday’s Hurricane Irma-delayed Nielsen numbers are in, and Fox’s The Orville premiered to 8.6 million total viewers and a 2.8 demo rating (per finals), up sharply from what what Son of Zorn debuted to a year ago leading out of football (6 mil/2.4) and marking the highest-rated broadcast drama launch since This Is Us.
Over on NBC, Sunday Night Football drew 24.2 million total viewers, up 5 percent from the finals for last year’s Sunday opener.
Finals are not yet available for CBS’ Big Brother (6.5 mil/1.9), which is eyeing its biggest Sunday audience of the season while equaling its best rating in five weeks, »
‘Vikings’: Russian Actor Danila Kozlovsky To Star In Season 6 Of History Series
Vikings has tapped popular Russian movie actor Danila Kozlovsky as a major new cast addition for the just-picked up 20-episode sixth season. On the hit History drama series, Kozlovsky will play the leading role of Oleg The Prophet. Oleg the Prophet, or Oleg Novgorod, was a 10th century Varangian prince who ruled the Rus’ people. Coincidentally (or not), Kozlovsky headlined the big-budget 2016 Russian feature Viking, playing one of Oleg’s successors, Vladimir the… »
TV News Roundup: Production Team Announced for Primetime Emmys
In today’s roundup, the production team for the Emmy’s has been announced and Comedy Central has a new Senior Vice President of Marketing and Creative.
On Tuesday, CBS and The Television Academy announced the production team for the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards. White Cherry founders Glenn Weiss (executive producer/director) and Ricky Kirshner (executive producer) will be joined by production designer Steve Bass, writer Dave Boone, lighting designer Bob Dickinson, coordinating producer Sarah Levine Hall, talent producer Danette Herman, composer and music director Rickey Minor, and supervising producer Rob Paine to produce the telecast. Chris Licht, executive producer of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” is a producer, and Stephen Colbert will host the show. The Emmys will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Sunday, Sept. 17 (8:00-11:00 Pm, live Et/5:00-8:00 Pm live Pt) on CBS.
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- Matt Fernandez
Five Disney Movies We Still Have Questions About
When you’re a child watching Disney movies there aren’t a lot of questions that you feel compelled to ask that would be about why certain things don’t make sense. As an adult however those things start to creep in as you watch your kids watching the same movies and your sense of right and wrong and curiosity start to mingle and come up with questions that you’d never considered before. It’s a bit of a burden because it doesn’t pay to destroy the fun that your kids might have with the movies, but it also tends to nag at you
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Benedict Cumberbatch Plays a Grieving Dad in PBS' The Child in Time Trailer
Benedict Cumberbatch has a new mystery to solve… but this one doesn’t have any easy answers.
The Sherlock star gets dramatic in the just-released trailer for PBS/Masterpiece’s upcoming TV movie The Child in Time, which you can watch above. In it, Cumberbatch plays a devoted father whose young daughter suddenly goes missing, leading to a downward spiral of frantic grief and self-recrimination. (Boardwalk Empire alum Kelly Macdonald co-stars as Cumberbatch’s wife.)
RelatedBenedict Cumberbatch to Star in Showtime Limited Series Melrose
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Stephen Colbert Reveals the One Topic That’s Off Limits at the Emmys
Preparation is officially underway for the 69th Emmy Awards, and host Stephen Colbert said so far there’s only one topic off limits for Sunday night’s broadcast — his butt.
“I shot a piece already where I was buck naked and they said, ‘You can’t show your butt,'” Colbert told Variety. “I said, ‘What? This is the 21st Century.’ I’m very butt positive. Why can’t I show my butt? Just a little bit of butt crack. How does that hurt anyone?”
Colbert was joined by executive producers Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner, and Television Academy chairman and CEO Hayma Washington at the Microsoft Theater in Downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday morning to roll out the official red carpet ahead of the Emmys.
Before unveiling the carpet, they announced that “Hamilton” breakout Christopher Jackson will perform during the In Memoriam segment of the ceremony, while Norman Lear and Carol Burnett will be presenting one »
- Rebecca Rubin
That Time “That 70s Show” Had a Scene Animated to look like it was Scooby Doo
That’s funny, I almost thought That 70’s Show was a cartoon caricature anyway. Just kidding, but not really. During it’s run That 70’s Show was among the funniest of sitcoms on the tube. It brought back an entire decade of pop culture and issues that people either tried to forget or barely remember in this day and age. And then it pulled a Scooby Doo act during one show that was supposed to be hilarious and came off as merely amusing. For a long way through its run this show was actually pretty funny, but like many sitcoms it eventually
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‘The Child In Time’ Trailer: Benedict Cumberbatch & Kelly Macdonald As Grieving Parents Of Missing Child
Masterpiece has released the the first trailer for The Child In Time adaptation of Ian McEwan's award-winning 1987 novel. Benedict Cumberbatch and Kelly Macdonald star as grieving parents of a missing child. Stephen Butchard wrote the 90-minute drama about Stephen Lewis, a successful children's book author whose daughter suddenly goes missing. Set two years after the girl's disappearance, The Child In Time follows Lewis as he struggles to find purpose in his life without… »
Suits Star Gabriel Macht Talks Finale's 'Darvey' Feelings, 'Out-There' Romance
It’s been a season of newfound romance for Suits lawyer Harvey Specter — but has he just been denying his feelings for right-hand woman Donna while dating girlfriend Paula?
RelatedSuits Ep Talks Episode 100’s Shocking Propositions for Louis and Donna
The actor also weighs in on Harvey’s “out-there” relationship with his ex-therapist, and why he’s all for it.
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The Top Uses of ‘More Than A Feeling’ by Boston in Movies and TV
Their success came in the 1970’s and 80’s but it’s fair to state that their songs are still treasured by fans and are listened to on a regular basis by many people. They had a few issues with managers and band members along the way but for the most part Boston made their own way in the music industry, cementing a legacy that still lives today and is fondly remembered. It’s easy to still be in love with the band and their sound since they still perform, but a lot of people believe that their earliest work is still the
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Amazon Greenlights Docu-Series on University of Michigan Football Team
Amazon has greenlit a new docu-series that will follow the University of Michigan football team, the streaming service announced Tuesday.
The untitled series will follow legendary coach Jim Harbaugh and the 11-time national championship team throughout the 2017 season. The cameras will follow Coach Harbaugh, his assistant coaches, the student athletes and their support system on and off the field, giving viewers an inside look at the team, game, practice, and life in Ann Arbor.
During Harbaugh’s first two years, Michigan became a top 10 national power, and pulled in one of the top recruiting classes for the 2017 season. Harbaugh is a former Michigan quarterback, Heisman finalist, first round draft pick, 14-season NFL quarterback and a former NFL head coach, who led the San Francisco 49ers to three Nfc Championship games and a Super Bowl in his first three seasons.
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- Joe Otterson
Fox Buys Medical Drama From Jason Horwitch & Howard Gordon With Penalty
Fox has given a script commitment plus penalty to a medical drama from House Of Cards co-executive producer Jason Horwitch, Howard Gordon (24, Homeland) and 20th Century Fox TV. Written by Horwitch, the untitled project centers on Charlie Foster, a hyper-charismatic doctor who travels the world in search of the most innovative new medicines, all while he and his team tackle the most challenging, unique medical cases from their special hospital wing in Cambridge, Ma… »
In Honor of New York Fashion Week: The Top Five Movie Runway Scenes
New York Fashion week seems to get bigger and bigger with every year. This year has been no exception as the biggest stars are in attendance and the most famous models are appearing on the runway. In celebration of New York Fashion Week, we decided to find the best runway scenes from popular movies we’ve seen over the past few decades. This is our way of honoring the models who work so hard to present the latest fashions for our entertainment pleasure. 1. Zoolander Walk Off Scene Actor Ben Stiller was at the top of his game in his revival
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- Dana Hanson-Firestone
'Big Brother 19' Spoilers: Who Won the Final 4 HoH Competition?
Wednesday's episode of Big Brother 19 will include the Final 5 Power of Veto and eviction, plus the crucial Final 4 HoH competition. But CBS pre-traped the episode on Tuesday, and thanks to spoilers we know what happened, who went home and who is guaranteed a spot in the Final 3.
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Little Progress for Women on Broadcast TV, Study Finds
The progress of women in the television industry continues to be incremental when it hasn’t stalled out, according to the annual Boxed In study conducted by San Diego State University’s Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film.
The Boxed In study, now in its 20th year, annually provides a comprehensive look at the employment of women in front of and behind the camera. It also monitors the depictions of women on screen and the racial composition of TV casts. The latest Boxed In study, which covers the 2016-2017 season can be found on the Center’s site.
There have been a few increases in the depiction of women of color on TV, the study found. But as a whole, the industry continues to lag when it comes to the hiring of women, and it continues to engage in stereotyped depictions when women are on screen.
- Maureen Ryan
TV Ratings: ‘The Orville’ Premieres Solid for Fox, ‘Sunday Night Football’ Returns Up
As it currently stands, “The Orville” averaged a 2.3 rating in adults 18-49 and 7.3 million total viewers, airing at 8 p.m. That means it is currently the second-biggest broadcast drama premiere in the key demo since NBC’s “This Is Us” last September (2.8), excluding Super Bowl lead-ins. In addition, the show was the most social scripted program on broadcast Sunday based on total Twitter interactions.
The ratings for Sunday night were delayed due to Hurricane Irma forcing the evacuation of Nielsen’s headquarters near Tampa. “The Orville” aired immediately after Fox’s Sunday afternoon NFL football game and “The Ot” and was preempted in some markets due to local Irma coverage, meaning that Sunday’s ratings could be subject to greater than normal adjustment when the final numbers are calculated.
- Joe Otterson
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