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‘SNL’: James Franco Gets Some Help With His Monologue From Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Steve Martin — Watch

‘SNL’: James Franco Gets Some Help With His Monologue From Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Steve Martin — Watch
Oh hai, “Saturday Night Live.” James Franco hosted the show for the fourth time last night, an occasion that, according to the director and star of “The Disaster Artist,” isn’t treated as a big deal. Lorne Michaels and the other higher-ups didn’t even write him a monologue, Franco said, and so he was simply there to take questions from the audience — which included Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and even Steve Martin.

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The bit included much ribbing between the old friends, as Rogen and Hill claimed to not even know (or care) that Franco was on hosting duty — they were mostly just there to see Sza, the evening’s musical guest. “I’m just here to see the show in general,” Rogen said. “I didn’t realize you were hosting it.
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iZombie Season 4: Liv Feeds on Snobby Dowager Brain — 2018 First Look

iZombie Season 4: Liv Feeds on Snobby Dowager Brain — 2018 First Look
Chew on this: iZombie brain-eater Liv and Dame Maggie Smith have something in common — or at least they will, when the CW series’ undead heroine chows down on her next meal.

In Season 4’s second episode, Liv feeds on the noggin of a rich, haughty dowager, and as you can see in TVLine’s exclusive first look, she really gets into character as she takes on the widow’s mannerisms and fashion.

But while Dame Maggie Smith’s Dowager Countess on Downton Abbey was feared but respected by her servants, Liv’s food
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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: The Saviors Strike Back In Bad Choice-Filled Finale

Whose Episode Is It?

Since it’s the mid-season finale, basically every named character gets at least one line of dialogue, but the biggest focus is poor ol’ optimistic Carl, who grew a pesky conscience between seasons. And we all know where a conscience gets you on “The Walking Dead.” The episode is titled after one of Carl’s lines of dialogue (in one of those patented, infuriating “Oh, by the way” flashback moments of character development that the show loves to use) where he tries to convince Rick that he should probably start thinking about the world that will exist after the war. But the episode is largely unconcerned with the moral arguments the show’s been raising all season, in favor of a lot of running and shooting (which, fair enough, has also been heavily featured all season). There’s plenty of Carl, but it doesn’t add
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Dylan Farrow Wonders Why Woody Allen has been Spared from Allegations

With all the allegations of sexual harassment and assault filling up a good portion of the media’s time, the investigative efforts are leaving no stone unturned. Some of the allegations go back 40 years. Most cannot be criminally prosecuted due to existing statute of limitation laws. The existing remedies appear to be ruining the lives and careers of the accused, and civil litigation to be awarded monetary damages. For those under the age of 40, the Woody AllenMia Farrow Hollywood drama was entertainment news for many months, including the sexual molestation accusations against Allen; first from Farrow, and

Dylan Farrow Wonders Why Woody Allen has been Spared from Allegations
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The Top Five Kristy Swanson Movie Roles of Her Career

It’s hard to believe how long Kristy Swanson’s been in the industry since she still looks pretty good and doesn’t show her age as much as you might think. She’s been a popular actress for a number of years either because she’s that good or because it’s desired that a film has a bit of nostalgia attached to it. Seriously, look at some of the films she’s been in and her character doesn’t seem to have much of a part in them, she’s there because she’s someone that you recognize and happen to like. That’s not to say anything about

The Top Five Kristy Swanson Movie Roles of Her Career
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The Top Uses of Stone Temple Pilots Songs in Movies or TV

This band brings back memories from school days when grunge was still a thing and bands like this were still tearing up the charts. They weren’t strictly grunge but they were there for and were considered part of the same era and had to compete a great deal in order to get noticed. Once they did however Stp made the charts on a pretty regular basis for a while. They were considered one of the hottest acts to come out of California in a long time, but unfortunately once they got rid of Scott Weiland their popularity kind of dwindled.

The Top Uses of Stone Temple Pilots Songs in Movies or TV
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[Spoiler] Speaks out About That Stunning Walking Dead Twist

Warning: Spoilers for the latest episode of The Walking Dead past this point.

Well, that's it then: Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) is winking at us with his one eye (maybe he's blinking?) in heaven, as one of the few remaining Og Walking Dead characters was ostensibly killed during the midseason finale,

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President Trump Reportedly Watches At Least Four To Eight Hours Of TV Every Single Day

It’s amusing that the guy that said he has no time for TV, Donald Trump, reportedly watches about four to eight hours every day in order to keep feeding the dumpster fire that is his Twitter war with the media. It seems a little contradictory, okay a Lot contradictory, for Trump to state that he has no time for TV when it’s obvious that in order to fuel his Twitter war he needs the kind of material he’s only going to find on the tube. In fact it’s been reported that he actually sits in front of the TV with

President Trump Reportedly Watches At Least Four To Eight Hours Of TV Every Single Day
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‘The Walking Dead’ Fall Finale Sees (Spoiler) Shocking Upcoming Death

Spoiler Alert: This story contains details of tonight's season 8 fall finale of The Walking Dead. Echoing its mid-season ender tradition of killing off characters, The Walking Dead tonight went for a renewed body count with its Season 8 winter finale — kind of. Revealing a festering walker bite, Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) was the delayed sacrifice on Sunday in the extended 90-minute and much-hyped “How It's Gonna Be” episode. “It will play out as bites play out on the…
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The Walking Dead Fall Finale Recap: Barbarians at the Gate

The Walking Dead Fall Finale Recap: Barbarians at the Gate
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Sunday’s fall finale of The Walking Dead.

If we hadn’t already known it was bad news for The Walking Dead’s Team Ahk when Rick discovered last week that the Saviors had dispatched the walkers that had turned the Sanctuary into a prison, we sure as hell knew it when, in Sunday’s fall finale, Negan rolled up to the gates of Alexandria with a big announcement: Everyone was to line up outside their homes, and whoever’s apology for the uprising was the lamest would be biting the dust along with Rick.
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The Twilight Zone Reboot from Jordan Peele Gets a Go From CBS All Access

Many of us have fond memories of being frightened out of our wits as children, watching re-runs of the popular series “The Twilight Zone.” This was an immensely popular series for those who enjoyed getting a good scare. Sometimes the episodes just left you feeling odd. Rod Serling was the original host. He had a way of presenting each segment, so it challenged us to wonder if there is more to life than we can actually see with our natural eyes. This was a show that became a classic television series. It presented the inexplicable and made us question what

The Twilight Zone Reboot from Jordan Peele Gets a Go From CBS All Access
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These Songs Will Turn 20 in 2018

If you weren’t feeling old yet then maybe hearing that these former hit songs will be turning 20 in 2018 will do it. Of course if you were born after 2000 the chances are good you might have only heard about half of these songs. These were after all officially back in the day before the year 2000 had hit and music wasn’t all that different but was still possessed of a different style that hadn’t yet embraced a few of the finer and stranger points that have come along since. It’s not enough to say that music back then

These Songs Will Turn 20 in 2018
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‘Outlander’ Review: The Sweltering Jamaican Heat Leads to a Lukewarm Season Finale

‘Outlander’ Review: The Sweltering Jamaican Heat Leads to a Lukewarm Season Finale
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for “Outlander” Season 3 Episode 13, “Eye of the Storm.”]

Unrequited, Requited Love

Three seasons in and it’s very likely that Claire and Jamie have as many lives as a cat, given the various arrests, witch hunts, and enemies they have out to do them harm. Yet every single time they seem to escape with barely a scratch, as was the case in this season-ender. Despite being dragged off by the overeager Porpoise captain and arrested at the end of last week’s penultimate episode, Jamie managed to predictably finagle himself out of being hauled back overseas thanks to a quick intervention by Lord John Grey and Fergus. As such, he was able to return to Claire and help her secure Young Ian’s safe return, and the entire Fraser clan made it out alive, albeit with a few more emotional scars than when they first entered that cave.

Since that all went down in the first half of
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‘Outlander’ Ep Ronald D. Moore On Tonight’s Finale, Season 4, Golden Globes & Tobias Menzies Return

Spoiler Alert: This story contains details of tonight's Outlander Season 3 finale & Season 4 of the Starz drama Exclusive: On the eve of the Golden Globe nominations being announced, tonight's sweeping, sultry and almost human sacrificing Season 3 finale of Outlander has brought Claire Randall and Jamie Fraser to 18th century America. After a viewership-high hitting season that played out the reunion of the Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan-portrayed lovers over time and…
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Outlander Season 3 Finale Recap: Loose Lips, Sunken Ship, Thwarted Trip

Need to catch up? Check out the previous Outlander recap here.

Claire, may I humbly suggest that you never set foot on a seafaring vessel ever again?

If the vagaries of 18th-century sea travel aren’t tough enough on their own, this week’s Outlander caps a season in which Mrs. James Fraser was pressed into service as a ship’s doctor, was forced to live aboard a boat full of men dying in extremely disgusting fashion, jumped overboard to escape said boat and then wound up on another ship and weathered a seriously scary storm before nearly drowning when
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