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The Craziest Moments on “The View” of the Last Decade
The cast has changed, the guests have come and gone, and for two decades now the View has endured as one of TV’s top talk shows despite its many detractors and the storm of criticisms it has endured throughout its time. This show has seen its up and downs but somehow and sometimes against all odds it has remained as one of the top, most-watched programs throughout the last twenty years. Some people don’t like it, others love it, but the fact of the matter is that it is one of those shows that is able to roll with everything
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'Orphan Black': The 7 Most Shocking Moments of Season 5
Orphan Black shocked its fans from its opening scene -- why does this woman look just like Sarah?! -- and it continued to do so throughout its run, including in its final season. It's part of what made this show so good.
Here are the 7 most shocking moments from season 5. »
Future Man Ep Seth Rogen, Cast Discuss That Pilot Scene
Hulu’s Future Man (releasing all episodes on Tuesday, Nov. 14) makes quite a splash in its series premiere — and TVLine’s Michael Ausiello needs to get to the bottom of it. The sci-fi comedy, from executive producer Seth Rogen, stars Hunger Games alum Josh Hutcherson as a “dope” janitor who, as he describes, “travels through time trying to save all of humanity.” And in the pilot, his character can be seen, shall we say, releasing a bodily fluid, which makes contact with Preacher‘s Derek Wilson. We know »
The Bold and the Beautiful: Should Wyatt and Katie Worry About Themselves?
The Bold and the Beautiful fans know that Wyatt and Katie are spending a lot more time together now that they’ve decided to spend some time getting to know one another. They have not made many good choices in the past, but we do think that they might just have a chance to get what they want from one another, but only if they can focus on their own relationship and let things that don’t concern them go. After they saw that Zende and Maya spent some time alone together in the private bathroom of the jet, they decided that
- Tiffany Raiford
Fox News Channel Cancels Primetime Lineup For Charlottesville Coverage
The series of events surrounding the protests in Charlottesville have been filling social media and the airwaves since they have started. Fox News Channel has announced that they have changed their primetime lineup to continue live coverage of the situation in Virginia. Correspondents Doug McKelway and Ellison Barber have been reporting live from the scene and will provide updates throughout the evening on the current state of emergency in Virginia, the coverage replacing… »
What’s Up with the Law and Order Revival?
Law & Order started up in 1990 and continued running until 2010. Over the course of its 20 seasons, it won numerous awards and accolades while also inspiring a number of spin-offs including one called Law & Order: Special Victims Unit that is still running at the moment. As a result, it should come as no surprise to learn that there were a lot of people who wanted to see it return to the TV screen when it was cancelled one season from breaking the record for the longest-running live-action scripted prime-time series in the United States. What Was Said
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- Nat Berman
Hollywood Slams Trump Refusal To Call Out White Supremacists; Mika Brzezinski Says President Is “Weak & Pathetic”
President Donald Trump’s choice to blame “many sides” for the now-fatal violence in Charlottesville today has drawn outrage and condemnation from Hollywood players, Beltway pundits and even, in a subtler way than some, his old rival Jeb Bush. In his speech from Bedminster, N.J., the president said, “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. On many sides." Today’s “Unite the Right” rally was organized… »
'Orphan Black' Series Finale Recap: What Does Freedom Look Like for the Sestrahood?
Orphan Black, like any show, has had its ups and its downs, but it goes out with one of its strongest seasons and a fantastic, satisfying series finale. As it should be, "To Right the Wrongs of Many" is about the sestrahood above all else, about the family they've become and about what they've been fighting for this entire time: freedom.
But in a way, getting that freedom is easier than having it, especially for Sarah. When we first met her -- when she "stepped off a train one day and met herself," as Helena's memoir begins -- she was not one eager to take responsibility, and she struggles with that again. In a way, it's easier for her to have an enemy to fight with than to deal with what comes when that's over. »
General Hospital: Is Ava Sinking Further Into Depression?
General Hospital fans know Ava is a mess. She’s been a mess for months. She’s been a mess ever since she agreed to change out Morgan’s medication for some that didn’t work. She didn’t think too much of it at first but when he died, she panicked. Now she has a feeling that things aren’t going well for her. She was finally caught by Sonny and Carly, threatened, and she set the boat house on fire to keep them away from her. Unfortunately, her fire caused her to spend some time burning and she was in the hospital for some
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- Tiffany Raiford
President Donald Trump Puts Blame For Charlottesville “On Many Sides”
Without uttering the words “white nationalism,” President Donald Trump said from Bedminster, N.J. that his administration is “closely following the terrible events” in Charlottesville, Va, and “condemns in the strongest possible terms this egregious display.” He put the blame “on many sides.” “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides,” Trump said, then repeating, “On many sides.” Trump then said, “It’s… »
Stitchers Finale Video: 'Camsten' Takes a Moment to De-Stress (and Undress)
Enjoy this sweet video of Kirsten and Cameron waking up together — because it could very well be the last time they get to do it.
RelatedShadowhunters Recap: Have We Really Seen the Last of [Spoiler]?
TVLine has an exclusive clip from Monday’s Stitchers finale (Freeform, 9/8c), an episode which puts both halves of “Camsten” through the wringer like never before. Fortunately, this video — which happens to be the opening scene — finds the couple in happier times. Or, at the very least, less-dressed times.
Following an adorable interaction in which Kirsten says she’s thinking about her mom — to which Cameron, »
Analysis: Hate Groups Bank on Charlottesville Media Coverage as Recruitment Tool
The turnout of white nationalists that sparked violence in Charlottesville, Va., this weekend reflects an alarming level of cooperation among disparate hate groups to gain mainstream media attention. That’s the view of an expert at the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Montgomery, Ala.-based civil rights org that has tracked the activities of white supremacist groups since the early 1980s.
Keegan Hankes, a research analyst for the Splc, said the Charlottesville gatherings on Friday night and Saturday morning were heavily promoted in a months-long organizing campaign via social media by multiple white nationalist organizations in a bid to demonstrate a show of force in numbers. The effort not surprisingly brought out counter-protesters from leftist organizations, including those identifying with the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as clergy and others who tried to advocate for non-violent protest.
The timing of the rally dubbed “Unite the Right” was pegged to the city’s decision to remove a »
- Cynthia Littleton
Melissa McCarthy Producing Female Boston Cop Drama
Melissa McCarthy was hilarious in and pretty much every other movie she’s been in (not to mention Sean Spicer on SNL), but she’s taking her talents in a different direction this fall. We’ve heard that she has been working on a new project. The funny lady is trying her hand at producing and may even star in a 1970s era project about the first female police officers in the Boston area. Here is what we know about her latest venture so far. Novel based Author Alexandra Lydon has written a book that details true stories of the first women police »
- Dana Hanson-Firestone
‘Game of Thrones’: Jon Snow Gets to Work Mining Dragonglass in Hilarious Video — Watch
We only have three episodes left in “Game of Thrones” season, which means that everyone who’s been ‘shipping Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen might be losing patience. The most recent episode found the King in the North and the Mother of Dragons start to forge a tentative alliance, with Dany agreeing to let Jon mine dragonglass from her humble abode if he agrees to bend the knee — and fans were delighted by the sexual tension between the two, despite(?) the fact that they’re aunt and uncle.
Read More:‘Game of Thrones’: Littlefinger’s ‘Fight Every Battle’ Speech Was an Insight Into His Mind — and Advice on How to Watch the Show
A new video shows what that actual work might look — or at least sound — like. In it, Dany tries to strategize with her advisors in Dragonstone; the pow-wow is cleverly edited to make them all look »
- Michael Nordine
One Dead After Car Plows Into Charlottesville Counter-Protesters
Second Update One person has died after a car slammed into a group of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, the city’s mayor Mike Signer has confirmed. “I am heartbroken that a life has been lost here,” he tweeted. “I urge all people of good will–go home.” Media accounts put the number of injured as high as 34. The driver is in police custody. I am heartbroken that a life has been lost here. I urge all people of good will–go home. — Mike Signer (@MikeSigner) August 12… »
‘The Simpsons’ First Screenwriter Says She Was Kept Out of the Writers’ Room for Being a Woman: ‘No One Ever Called Me’
126 people have written or co-written an episode of “The Simpsons,” most of whose names you probably don’t know. Among that company is Mimi Pond, who happens to have penned the long-running show’s first episode; in a new Jezebel interview, Pond says that she never became a full-time member of the writing staff because she’s a woman.
“I was never invited to be on staff, and I never knew why for the longest time,” she says of her experiences. Eventually the truth came out:
“No one ever called me or explained to me or apologized or anything. And it wasn’t until years later that I found out that Sam Simon, who was the showrunner, didn’t want any women around because he was going through a divorce. »
- Michael Nordine
Days of Our Lives: It Won’t Take John Long to Figure Out What’s Going On
Days of Our Lives fans know that John and Marlena have one heck of a love story. They have been through everything. There is nothing that has managed to keep these two apart in the many years they’ve been together, and this little situation with Hattie kidnapping and hiding Marlena is not going to do it, either. Yes, we all saw that Hattie took it upon herself to end this relationship, but we know that John is not satisfied with that. He’s a smart man who knows his wife. When Marlena is able to reach out to him next week
- Tiffany Raiford
Leah Remini Posts Photo Of “Amazing First Week” On ‘Kevin Can Wait’ Set
Leah Remini is feeling good about her TV reunion with Kevin James. She’s posted the first photo of herself on the set of Kevin Can Wait with her old/new co-star. (See it below). “It’s been an amazing first week on @kevincanwaitcbs, so blessed that I had my family with me,” said Remini’s comment on Instagram with her photo. “Thank you to all who came out tonight, cast, crew, writers, thank you for the love!” James and Remini previously starred together for nine seasons on… »
'Big Brother 19' Spoilers: Who Won the Week 7 Power of Veto?
With Alex (aka Paul's #1 puppet) as HoH on Big Brother 19, it should go without saying that the plan is to backdoor Cody. So the Power of Veto is a crucial part to this plan. Did everything go smoothly and will Paul once again get exactly what he wants?
Spoiler Warning: This article contains Big Brother 19 spoilers. »
‘Rescue Dog to Super Dog’ Trainers on Bonding Service Dogs and Their Owners
Animal Planet’s mission is to present projects of passion, and they are delivering upon that promise with their new series “Rescue Dog to Super Dog.” The show features dog trainers Nate Schoemer and Laura London working with a variety of individuals in need of service dogs. They visit shelters to find the perfect match, and then they begin training the animal to be able to provide the specific type of support each person needs.
“I think both of these populations — people who are disabled and shelter dogs — are marginalized and a little without voice, so I think bringing them together empowers both of them and shines a light on both groups,” London tells Variety. “The heart of the show is undeniable, and I think when people watch it, whether or not they have a disability, it’s going to speak to them.”
Over the course of the season of “Rescue Dog to Super Dog,” London »
- Danielle Turchiano
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