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Critic's Notebook: The Underdog TV Shows Deserving of Golden Globes Noms

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There was a brief, unlikely and, frankly, disagreeable period in the world of TV awards when the Golden Globes wanted to be the Emmys — in other words, serious and fair in their nominations — while the Emmy choices were tired, off-the-mark and without vision.

This was not good.

But then a couple of years ago, the Globes decided to be wacky and free-spirited again, casting off the albatross of really weighing whether a show was deserving and reverting to unabashedly loving the shiny and new. Luckily, two things happened: The Emmys seized the opportunity to reclaim its gravitas, making »

- Tim Goodman

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Russell Simmons Accuser Says She "Froze," Tried to "Normalize" What Happened

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Fashion model, Keri Claussen Khalighi, who says she was 17 when she was sexually assaulted by Russell Simmons, explained why she didn't immediately flee the scene of the alleged crime in her first live TV interview since going public with her allegations.

Khalighi told the Los Angeles Times that she went to Simmons' apartment, with Brett Ratner in tow, in 1991, where Simmons quickly began making aggressive sexual advances, including tearing off her clothes. “I looked over at Brett and said ‘help me’ and I'll never forget the look on his face,” she told the newspaper. “In »

- Hilary Lewis

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'Godless': TV Review

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The Western has been a troubled genre ever since the best films did all they could with it — even, arguably, bringing it back from the dead with Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven in 1992.

Results were mixed, at best, from then on — on both the big and small screen. But the genre got a real jolt with HBO's reimagination of Westworld. That series took the dusty Western, tilted it toward science-fiction and, in doing so, made it gleamingly modern and fresh.

But there's still plenty of story left in the Western, as Netflix's limited series, Godless, proves. Created, written and directed by »

- Tim Goodman

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Three CBS Employees Claim Charlie Rose Sexually Harassed Them

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When CBS This Morning reported on one of its own Tuesday, The Washington Post's Amy Brittain, who co-wrote the Rose exposé, said on-air that more than a dozen women had reached out with potential claims since the story ran. In the story, eight women had accused the veteran journalist of sexual harassment, including exposing himself and/or groping their rear ends, breasts and genitals without consent.

Now, three additional women have come forward, preferring to stay anonymous but who have been identified as employees at CBS, CBS News' evening news first reported. Brittain, when speaking to CBS News' Bianna »

- Jackie Strause

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'Dancing With the Stars' to Air All-Athletes Season in the Spring

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ABC is adding a new twist for Dancing With the Stars.

The network announced Tuesday night that it will air what appears to be a shortened mini-season of its reality staple in the spring. The next all-live season will feature all athletes. The list of its 10 participants — off from its standard 13 — will be announced at a later date. Two-time Emmy winner Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews will return as hosts. The athletes will perform choreographed routines that will be judged by a panel of ballroom experts as well as by viewer votes.

ABC's announcement came Tuesday night, »

- Lesley Goldberg

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'Chicago Med' Bosses Talk New Romances, Shooting Aftermath and Time Slot Move

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[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the season three premiere of Chicago Med, "Speak Your Truth."]

Chicago Med came back Tuesday for its third season, but it wasn't exactly business as usual for the Dick Wolf medical drama. Rather than a normal September return date, the series returned in late November with a slightly shorter 20-episode season order.

"It took some logistical maneuvering because we have to be in sync chronologically with the other Chicago shows," co-showrunner Andrew Schneider tells The Hollywood Reporter in reference to Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.

"We just had to adjust because we had originally »

- Kate Stanhope

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'This Is Us' Star Chrissy Metz Opens Up About Kate's Miscarriage

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[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the "Number Two" episode of NBC's This Is Us.]

At the end of the first in a trilogy of This Is Us episodes centering on each of the Pearson family Big Three, Randall (Sterling K. Brown) delivered some horrible news to a spiraling Kevin (Justin Hartley): their sister, Kate (Chrissy Metz), had lost her baby. The second episode, Tuesday's "Number Two," followed Kate through the same day Kevin experienced, including the devastating moment in which she miscarried her child.

"This is like next-level heartache," Metz told The Hollywood Reporter of her character's latest emotional »

- Jean Bentley

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‘The Voice’ Season 13 Top 11 Revealed

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The Voice delivered the results of Monday night’s top 12 performances, which viewers had the chance to vote on for the first time this season. Ten artists were automatically voted through to next week, and the bottom two vote-getters had to sing live for the instant save.

Coaches Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton were present to see which of their artists would be advancing to next week’s live performances. The first three artists voted through to next week were Team Adam’s Addison Agen, Team Jennifer’s Noah Mac and Team Blake’s Chloe Kohanski.

Hudson also took the »

- Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya

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Gayle King on Sexual Harassment Reports: "We Need Men to Join This Conversation"

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Gayle King joined Stephen Colbert on CBS's Late Show on Tuesday where she further opened up about her former CBS This Morning co-host Charlie Rose.

Following a damning Washington Post report Monday detailing alleged sexual harassment from eight women, Rose was fired by CBS on Tuesday morning. Bloomberg and PBS, which distributed Rose’s show on the publicly funded network, announced that they would cease to do so on Monday.

Speaking with Colbert on Tuesday night, King said that she doesn't think the accusations coming out are going to stop in the near future. "I don't think it's »

- Patrick Shanley,Lauren Huff

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