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‘Friends From College’ Renewed for Season 2 by Netflix

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Friends From College” is heading back to town. Netflix has renewed the comedy from co-creators Nicholas Stoller and Francesca Delbanco for an eight-episode second season. The series centers on a group of Harvard pals played by Keegan-Michael Key (Ethan), Cobie Smulders (Lisa), Annie Parisse (Sam), Nat Faxon (Nick), Fred Savage (Max) and Jae Suh Park (Marianne). Also Read: 'Friends From College': Every Character Ranked From Hateable to Hopeless (Photos) Stoller (“Neighbors”) directs, and Delbanco is a writer on the series that debuted its first season last month. “Friends From College” joins other recently renewed Netflix series “Ozark,” “Glow” and “Iron Fist. »


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‘The Flash’ Adds Katee Sackhoff as a Recurring Villain

7 hours ago | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Like any upcoming season of a DC superhero TV series, there’s a need for plenty of villains. EW reports that The Flash has landed Battlestar Galactica alum Katee Sackhoff to play “DC Comics villain Amunet Black, a.k.a Blacksmith, a steely and badass boss of an underground black market for supervillains. Amunet uses every means possible, including the long list of metahumans under her thumb, to ensure her illicit enterprise thrives.” The character was first introduced in the comics in 2001, and she gets the name “Blacksmith” from her ability to reshape metal and merge it with flesh. … »


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Which Side Should I Take in the Sansa Versus Arya Conflict on Game of Thrones?

7 hours ago | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

The conflict between Sansa and Arya Stark reached potentially stabby proportions during this week’s Game of Thrones. Yes, the two sisters have been in each other’s orbit for exactly three episodes, and already the threat of murder is on the table. This is very much in keeping with the unofficial theme of season seven, which is: “Well, that escalated quickly.” »


- Jen Chaney

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VH1 Orders ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ Season 3 and More ‘Untucked’ (Exclusive)

7 hours ago | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” will officially be back for a third season, Variety has learned exclusively. Additionally, VH1 has greenlit another season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked,” the behind-the-scenes after-show for the reality competition.

“The world is calling out to see more of these beautiful queens and I am going to give them every bit of it they can handle,” executive producer and host RuPaul says. “‘All Stars’ represent the best of the breasts, legs, and thighs. They are giving everything and you’re not going to want to miss it!”

The third installment of “All Stars” will mark the return of “Drag Race” to VH1 after moving there from sister Viacom network Logo. This will be the first time “All Stars” will run exclusively on VH1, which executive producer Tom Campbell tells Variety will give the competing queens a new and larger platform. “I think there’s going to be queens that the »


- Danielle Turchiano

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Will Ferrell, Adam McKay’s Gary Sanchez Productions Developing Two New Comedy Series With CBS, CBS TV Studios

4 hours ago | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s Gary Sanchez Productions is developing new TV comedy projects with CBS and CBS Television Studios, Variety has confirmed.

The first project, set up at CBS, is based on the book “Things You Should Already Know About Dating, You F—ing Idiot,” which was written by Ben Schwartz and Laura Moses, due out later this year. The network is looking to develop the book as a single-camera comedy series that explores how millennials date. Schwartz and Moses will also write the series. Schwartz will executive produce along with Ferrell, McKay, and Kevin Messick. CBS Television Studios will produce.

The second project hails from Gloria Sanchez, the female-centric production arm of Gary Sanchez. It is a comedy series starring Isla Fisher, with the plot currently being kept under wraps. CBS Television Studios is about to go to market with the project. Erica Rivinoja will write with Jake Szymanski directing.

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Stranger Things Might End After Season 4

16 minutes ago | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Stranger Things is one of those shows that you wish could go on forever, but reasonably know probably shouldn't. Thankfully, the Duffer brothers agree.

"We're thinking it will be a four-season thing and then out," Ross Duffer told Vulture, after confirming a Season 3 is already in the works.

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- Lindsay Macdonald

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The Fosters' Elliot Fletcher on Putting Sex Back on the Table for Callie and Aaron

23 minutes ago | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Things are heating up on The Fosters!

Despite a few tense moments last week, Callie (Maia Mitchell) and Aaron (Elliot Fletcher) have gotten their relationship back on track and are willing to have "The Talk" again. Their last attempts to get on that intimate level led to a huge fight about

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Beautiful Zelda: Ocarina of Time “Title Theme” Cover by Jillian Aversa

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Jillian Aversa is an award-winning vocalist, composer, and performer that has completed a wide array of projects throughout the years and has become quite an impressive talent. Her voice has been used in many different venues and has been just as beautiful each and every time. In Zelda: Ocarina of Time, once again lends her voice in tune that is haunting in its beauty and stunning in the use of visuals. One might need to be a fan of the game to truly understand the visuals and fully appreciate them, but the feeling seems to be one of awakening, or

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Dancing With the Stars Adds Property Brother and Total Diva to Season 25

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Dancing With the Stars has added two more pseudo-stars to the lineup. Nikki Bella of Total Divas and Drew Scott of Property Brotherswill compete in Season 25 -- though they'll each be without their twins.

Drew Scott and his twin brother found their fame on Hgtv with their house-hunting reality show

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Woman has 13 Surgeries to Look Like Ivanka Trump

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What would you be willing to do to look like your favorite celebrity? The majority of people settle for makeup or couture to look a little more like their idols. Perhaps even a similar hairstyle or picking up a few of their more notable mannerisms, but there is one woman who went all the way in her attempts to transform into the image of her favorite limelighter. Here is the story about a woman who went through thirteen surgeries just so she could look like Ivanka Trump. Extreme plastic surgeries repeated too often We’ve got to admit that putting yourself

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Xena Reboot Not Going Forward at NBC

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Xena’s battle cry has fallen silent for now: NBC is not moving forward with its planned reboot of Xena: Warrior Princess.

NBC entertainment president Jennifer Salke confirmed the reboot’s demise to The Hollywood Reporter: “Nothing is happening on that right now. We looked at some material; we decided at that point that it didn’t warrant the reboot… I’d never say never on that one because it’s such a beloved title, but the current incarnation of it is dead.”

The Xena reboot had Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Lost, The 100) on board to write the pilot and serve as producer, »


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Scandal's Darby Stanchfield: Olivia Is "The Woman Behind the Woman"

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The last time we saw Scandal's Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), she was sitting next to Cyrus Beene (Jeff Perry) on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, declaring that it "feels right" to have the full force of the American government behind her. It makes sense, since she's now White House Chief of

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Snapchat Adds CNN as Second Daily News Show

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CNN debuted a daily program Monday on Snapchat Shows, a growing roster of short-form video series on the social-media platform.

Airing every weekday at 6 p.m. Et, “The Update” will feature breaking news from the cable network’s reporters exclusive to Snapchat in its signature Shows format. CNN will also offer rolling updates on developing news as part of the program.

“Update” represents the second daily news series available on Snapchat Shows. Last month, NBC began providing a similar program, “Stay Tuned,” twice daily. The series has attracted 29 million unique viewers since launch, Snapchat disclosed last week.

The news series are part of a broader array of programs across many genres represented by Snapchat Shows, which boasts 25 different series.

“Since launching content on Snapchat, we have believed in the importance of giving our community access to accurate and authoritative news coverage, and CNN has played an important part in that from the beginning,” said »


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AMC Dark Comedy-Drama “Dietland” is Taking Shape

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Most people who view televisions series with great intensity in joy, laughter, and passion are not in the slightest bit cognizant of the massive process that is undertaken just to bring that series to reality. From the conceptualization process on through creation and production until the pilot finally gets picked up by a network after receiving financial backing from a film company, it reaches the TV screen. Well, “Dietland,” an AMC Dark Comedy-Drama has gone through a great deal of the initial process and it is beginning to take shape. There have been times that, Marti Nixon (Mad Men, Buffy

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The Xena: Warrior Princess Reboot Dead at NBC

2 hours ago | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

For over a year, NBC has been trying and failing to get a Xena: Warrior Princess reboot off the ground. Now, network president Jennifer Salke has confirmed that the project in its current form is dead in the water.

"Nothing is happening on that right now. We looked at some material; we decided at

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Dancing With the Stars Adds WWE Diva, Property Brother in Season 25 — Report

2 hours ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

A pair of twins is reportedly joining the cast of Dancing With the Stars‘ upcoming 25th season — they’re just not each other‘s twins.

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Nikki Bella (of Total DivasBella Twins) and Drew Scott (one half of Hgtv’s Property Brothers) will compete for the coveted Mirrorball Trophy this fall, according to reports from People and Et.

DWTS wrapped its 24th season in May, with Rashad Jennings besting fellow finalists David Ross (in second place) and Normani Kordei (in third). The reality hit returns Monday, Sept. 18 at 8/7c on ABC. »


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Twin Peaks Said Goodbye to The Log Lady and We Cried

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Those of us who've stuck with this incredible (and incredibly difficult) season of television each have our own reasons for doing so. Some revel in David Lynch's darkest imagery, some want to laugh at his joyful absurdism. Maybe some simply just want to be contrarians toward the Game of Thrones

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The Idea of Toys Coming to Life When No One is Looking in Film Goes Back to 1949

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It’s interesting to discover that the idea of toys coming to life isn’t anything new. But then you start taking a look around and you can see that the idea has been there for quite a while. In fact you can take it all the way back to 1949 with the Toys Will Be Toys animated short. This short animated feature isn’t that long but it’s just enough to show that concept of toys coming to life has been around for longer than a lot of people realize. So what’s really different between the two eras? Well to be obvious

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‘Room 104’: Why the Latest Jay Duplass-Led Episode Didn’t Need to be Weird to be Compelling

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There’s an anthology series trap that some series fall into when they focus on their own mythology, at the expense of the rich characters right in view. But in its early going, “Room 104” has a strong grasp on its own ambitions. It’s not trying to set up a sequel or connect its episodes into an overarching master plan. Though they may pass through the same room, these individuals live in their own clearly defined, personal worlds that have a very distinct set of concerns and anxieties.

So even though previous episodes have occupied some of the weirder psychological corners of holing up in a chain motel, that mood was always going to be flexible. With its fourth episode, “I Knew You Weren’t Dead,” “Room 104” still flirts with the metaphysical, but to a decidedly different end. A sweet, simple tale of friendship, loss, guilt, and regret, »


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‘Game of Thrones’ Director Alan Taylor Breaks Down Timeline in ‘Beyond the Wall’

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Spoiler Alert: Do not keep reading if you have not seen Season 7 Episode 6 of “Game of Thrones,” titled “Beyond the Wall

While the “Game of Thrones” episode “Beyond the Wall” had many talking about the insane fight sequences between humans, zombies, and dragons, others were more concerned with gaps in the timeline of the storytelling.

After the episode aired, fans vented frustrations online that Gendry running back to Eastwatch, sending a raven to Daenerys, and Daenerys arriving to save the day with her dragons all happened far too quickly. Alan Taylor, who directed “Beyond the Wall,” explained how the production team approached the timeline during filming.

“We were aware that timing was getting a little hazy,” Taylor told Variety. “We’ve got Gendry running back, ravens flying a certain distance, dragons having to fly back a certain distance…In terms of the emotional experience, [Jon and company] sort of spent one dark night on the island in terms of storytelling »


- Joe Otterson

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