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America's Got Talent Finale (Night 1) Recap: Which Act Is Getting Your Vote?
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On the eve of the America’s Got Talent finale, the 10 remaining acts of Season 12 gathered for one last chance to impress the judges and win the nation’s favor.
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Here’s what went down on Tuesday…
* Angelica Hale got the night started with a powerful performance of Clean Bandit’s “Symphony,” leaving nary a face unmelted. Like, how did those sounds come out of a child? I haven’t been this speechless since I saw Mel B.’s unicorn hair.
* Next up, Chase Goehring served up what Simon Cowell called »
Hillary Clinton Criticizes Trump's 'Dangerous' U.N. Address on Colbert
1 hour ago
Visiting The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Tuesday, Hillary Rodham Clinton weighed in on President Trump‘s assertion to the United Nations General Assembly that he’d “totally destroy North Korea” if it threatened the United States or its allies.
“What I’d hope the president would have said,” she offered, “was something along the lines of, ‘We view this as dangerous to our allies, to the region and even to our country. We call on all nations to work with us to try to end the »
Jamie Lee Curtis to Star in, Produce Funeral-Home Sitcom at CBS
2 hours ago
Jamie Lee Curtis and CBS are looking to put the “fun” back in funerals.
The Scream Queens star has signed on to star in and executive-produce a CBS sitcom currently in development that’s set at a funeral home, according to our sister site Variety. In the multi-camera comedy, titled Quality of Life, Curtis will play the matriarch of a family that’s run a funeral home for generations.
TVLine Items: Tremors Casts Three, Happy! Premiere Shifted and More
3 hours ago
The Tremors worms are coming for a new set of actors: Megan Ketch — who fronted CBS’ American Gothic and recurred on Jane the Virgin as Susanna Barnett — will star opposite Kevin Bacon in Syfy’s sequel pilot.
Emily Tremaine (Guilt, Vinyl) and Shiloh Fernandez (Gypsy) have also been cast in the project, which takes place 25 years after the 1990 cult hit about an invasion of killer worms (aka “Graboids”) that wreak havoc on an unsuspecting Nevada desert town. The worms are back, and it’s up to an aged, alcoholic Valentine McKee (Bacon) to once again save humanity.
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Shondaland Drama For the People Shuts Down Production Temporarily
5 hours ago
Filming on Shonda Rhimes‘ new legal drama will be taking a brief recess.
The ABC midseason series For the People has temporarily shut down production “for some additional script work,” according to our sister site Deadline. The delay is only expected to last about two and a half weeks and shouldn’t affect the planned rollout next year. (ABC hasn’t given For the People a premiere date yet.)
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SNL to Continue Airing Live Nationally
7 hours ago
Saturday Night Live is sticking with its winning scheduling formula as it heads into its 43rd season.
Beginning with its Sept. 30 premiere — featuring host Ryan Gosling and musical guest Jay-z — SNL will be broadcast live nationally. Each episode will air at 11:30 pm Et, 10:30 pm Ct, 9:30 pm Mt and 8:30 pm Pt. (For the Mountain and Pacific time zones, the episode will be repeated at 11:30 pm.)
SNL began airing live nationally in April, »
Teen Wolf: Ranking 12 of the Series' Best (and Worst) Villains
7 hours ago
Teen Wolf‘s mythology has always been a double-edged sword.
The MTV drama’s ever-expanding supernatural universe has drawn a slew of iconic villains to Beacon Hills, while also luring in the occasional dud who gets killed off before you even learn how to spell their name correctly.
In that spirit, TVLine is looking back at 12 of the show’s best and worst villains, ahead of its series finale this Sunday (8/7c). From earlier baddies like Peter Hale and the Darach to more recent evildoers like the Desert Wolf and the Anuk-Ite, it’s time to get real about how »
The Deuce Renewed at HBO
7 hours ago
On Tuesday, the premium cable renewed the 1970s-set drama about the rise of the porn industry in New York City.
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“Everyone involved with this project is genuinely grateful to HBO for the chance to take the narrative where it needs to go,” series co-creator David Simon said in a statment. “We knew the theme and purpose of the story, but there are many people in the entertainment industry who might not have it told, »
The Flash Season 4 Premiere Photos Feature Scruffy Barry, Icy Caitlin
8 hours ago
It appears that Once Upon a Time‘s Regina/”Roni” isn’t the only TV character now pulling a paycheck at a bar.
In the first flurry of photos from The Flash‘s Season 4 premiere, Caitlin is slinging cocktails (on the rocks, or #TooSoon?) when Cisco appears to reach out to the onetime team member.
Coming out of the events of the Season 3 finale, in which her menacing metahuman self nearly helped Savitar slay Barry & Co., Caitlin “has done some soul-searching and figured out exactly how to deal with her demons,” exec producer Todd Helbing shared during our Fall Preview Q&A. »
Ratings: DWTS Hits Premiere Lows
10 hours ago
Pending adjustment due to NFL preemption, ABC’s Dancing With the Stars returned on Monday night to 10.8 million total viewers and a 1.7 demo rating, down 11 and 19 percent from its previous two openers to mark all-time premiere lows.
Leading out of that, To Tell the Truth (5.2 mil/0.9) hit summertime highs with its season finale.
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Over on NBC, American Ninja Warrior (5.9 mil/1.5) ticked down week-to-week with its finale, while the Midnight, Texas season finale (2.78 mil/0.8) rose to a three-episode audience high and drew its best rating since Aug. 7.
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Difficult People First Look: Amy Poehler Vibes With Julie in Season 3 Finale
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RelatedThe Mindy Project Premiere Recap: We’ll Hang Out Later, Baby
Yes, the Hulu comedy’s executive producer is finally making her on-screen debut as Flute, a hippie who encounters Billy and Julie at a trendy Los Angeles restaurant. TVLine has your exclusive first look at the Difficult moment above.
Back in New York, Marilyn moves forward with her long-gestating memoir and major changes are underway at the café — including the arrival of a new waiter. »
Lethal Weapon's Riggs Is High (on Life?) in Deleted Season 1 Scene
11 hours ago
Warning: This exclusive deleted scene from Lethal Weapon‘s first season may give you the munchies.
The moment, cut from Episode 3, “Best Buds,” shows Clayne Crawford’s Riggs doing something kinda sweet for his new-ish partner, Damon Wayans’ Murtaugh. But as Murtaugh tucks into the delicious treat Martin brings him, Riggs — in the driver’s seat — announces that he’s maybe kinda a little under the influence.
Is Riggs actually high? Probably. (We mean, have you met him?)
The exchange is featured on the Fox series’ Season 1 Blu-ray and DVD, »
First Last Man on Earth Season 4 Promo: Kristen Wiig Is Back (and She's Got the Breast of Intentions)
11 hours ago
We’re going to go out on a limb and say Last Man on Earth‘s Season 4 premiere on Oct. 1 (9:30/8:30c on Fox) will feature some kind of time jump — and the (apparent) proof is in the exclusive video above.
In the final moments of Season 3, our survivors were introduced to Kristen Wiig’s Pamela Brinton when she boarded their yacht and promptly murdered evil Pat Brown (Mark Boone Junior). Well, based on this first Season 4 promo, Pamela now appears to be just another member of the wacky family. Will Forte’s Tandy, in particular, seems quite smitten »
James Corden (Kinda) Apologizes for Kissing Sean Spicer on Cheek at Emmys
12 hours ago
On Monday’s Late Late Show, Corden somewhat acknowledged the backlash he’s received for kissing former White House press secretary Sean Spicer on the cheek at Sunday’s Emmy Awards. (Spicer, of course, made waves for his appearance on the broadcast, in which he rolled onstage via press room lectern during Stephen Colbert’s monologue and poked fun at his own “inauguration crowd size” gaffe.)
Bill O'Reilly to Matt Lauer: 'I Never Mistreated Anyone' at Fox News
13 hours ago
Bill O’Reilly has more to say about why Fox News let him go.
The former O’Reilly Factor host, who was ousted from the network in April after a series of sexual harassment allegations were filed against him, spoke with Matt Lauer on Tuesday’s Today about the firing, calling the Fox News dismissal a “business decision.”
“They had a contractual clause that they could pay me a certain amount of money and not put me on air. And they exercised that clause,” O’Reilly told Lauer. »
Sytycd Performance Finale Recap: Who Will (and Should) Win Season 14?
23 hours ago
Feeling emotional about the imminent end of So You Think You Can Dance‘s 14th season? Well, Monday’s penultimate episode made it clear that you are not alone.
Only seven days remain until the Fox competition series crowns its newest champion, and at least one All-Star was feeling very sentimental during the performance finale. Just after she reprised her Top 9 contemporary routine with Kiki, Jenna Johnson burst into tears, revealing to Cat Deeley between sobs, “I’m just so sad… because I love dancing with him!”
Suffice to say, Monday’s broadcast was packed with similar nostalgia, as the »
Midnight, Texas Finale: Ep Talks Manfred's Mojo, Fiji/Bobo, [Spoiler]'s Surprise Wedding and More
23 hours ago
Warning: This post contains spoilers from Midnight, Texas‘ Season 1 finale.
Midnight, Texas‘ climactic Season 1 finale began with the Midnighters concerned with one veil — the one separating the living from the dead — and ended with them in the presence of another: the one Olivia wore when she wed Lem (!) at the end of the episode.
In between, there was a whole lot of talk about deflowering Fiji, followed by the actual act, which turned out to help save the day. Oh, and Manfred really upped his psychic medium game. Before we get executive producer Monica Owusu-Breen‘s take on the season-ender, »
Dancing With the Stars Premiere Recap: Which Season 25 Pair Won You Over?
18 September 2017 7:04 PM, PDT
A Pretty Little Liar, a Property Brother and a pair of Lacheys — who are married(!!!) in case you missed that part — were among the new crop of contestants introduced Monday in Dancing With the Stars‘ 25th season premiere.
I’m not about to get too nitpicky about technique, etc. in the first episode — the scores also speak for themselves — so what you’ll find below are my initial (and occasionally troubling) reactions to the 13 pairs competing this season:
Homeland EP Teases Carrie-Keane Showdown in Season 7, Confirms [Spoiler] Is Definitely Dead
18 September 2017 6:28 PM, PDT
Sometimes dead is dead — even on Homeland.
At Sunday’s Emmy Awards, the Showtime drama’s longtime EP/director Lesli Linka Glatter officially confirmed that the death of Rupert Friend’s seemingly immortal Quinn in the Season 6 finale will indeed stick. “I wish he wasn’t [dead],” she lamented to me on the red carpet prior to the ceremony, where she was up for her fifth Emmy for directing Homeland (she lost out to Handmaid Tale‘s Reed Morano).
At the start of our brief Q&A — which »
New Once Upon a Time Season 7 Photos Pit Regina Against Lady Tremaine
18 September 2017 1:52 PM, PDT
Two formidable females appear to be facing off against each other in a fresh batch of photos from Once Upon a Time‘s Season 7 premiere.
Indeed, it’s “Evil” against “Evil” when Gabrielle Anwar’s Victoria Belfrey aka Lady Tremaine (aka Cinderella’s sinister stepmother) perhaps unwittingly stares down the Evil Queen’s new persona, Seattle bar owner Roni (played by returning favorite Lana Parrilla).
Elsewhere in the new photos (click here for direct access), you get up-close looks at Reign alum Adelaide Kane’s Ivy/Drizella as well as Rose Reynolds’ take on Wonderland’s Alice, while Andrew J. West »
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