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Netflix Announces Premiere Date, First Look at ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Final Season

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Netflix Announces Premiere Date, First Look at ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Final Season
The seventh and final season of ‘Orange Is The New Black’ will premiere on Netflix on Friday, July 26, announced the streamer, offering up a first look at some of the last images of life at Litchfield.

Viewers will get to see Piper’s struggle with life on the outside, Taystee’s friendship with Cindy as she faces a life sentence, among other inmates’ stories.

In a teaser video for the last season, the cast — including Danielle Brooks, Taylor Schilling, Dascha Polanco and others — sings the theme to the opening credits, Regina Spektor’s “You’ve Got Time.”

Created by Jenji Kohan, the series has received four Emmys across 19 nominations since its premiere in 2013, including two wins for Uzo Aduba in 2014 and 2015.

The cast first announced in October that Season 7 would be its last.

Here are a couple of first-look images from the final season:
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The Voice Season 16 Crowns a Winner

The Voice Season 16 Crowns a Winner
Congratulations are in order to Maelyn Jarmon, and her coach, John Legend. Maelyn was just announced as the winner of season 16 of The Voice, which should come as no surprise to anyone who saw her blind audition, which turned all four chairs with "Fields of Gold." She chose newbie coach John Legend and continued to be stellar all season long. Even if all you saw was last night's performance of her original single "Wait For You," you know why she won. Because she's already a star, basically. While the night started with four, Andrew Sevener and Dexter Roberts were eventually named the fourth and third place finishers, and Gyth Rigdon won...
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Stephen Colbert Scores First ‘Late Show’ Ratings Win Over ‘Tonight Show’ in 24 Years

Stephen Colbert Scores First ‘Late Show’ Ratings Win Over ‘Tonight Show’ in 24 Years
Stephen Colbert has brought the TV ratings crown back to CBS after more than two decades. “The Late Show” host scored the first season-long win among adults 18-49 in 24 years, just barely edging Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” on NBC.

“Jimmy Kimmel Live” on ABC finished third in the key demo, as well as in total viewers.

In terms of total viewersy, Colbert separated himself by Fallon by a pretty wide margin, claiming his third-straight victory there. Below are the Nielsen averages through May 19, 2019.

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Adults 18-49 Ratings

“Late Show”: 0.52 “Tonight Show”: 0.51 “Jimmy Kimmel Live”: 0.38

All three of broadcast’s main late-night shows saw their ratings decline double digits from the previous season. Fallon’s drop was the harshest at 22%, while Jimmy Kimmel fell by 18%. Colbert’s key-demo average slipped just 12% year over year.
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Seal Team Season 2 Finale Recap: Who Got Booted From Future Missions?

Seal Team‘s titular heroes found themselves on a different kind of firing line after choosing to rescue one of their own versus capture a Hvt. By the time Season 2 came to a close, was Bravo Team able to prove their worth?

Having rescued Ray following his wayward jump into Kasmir, Jason checked in on Bravo 2, with whom he recently traded contentious blows. They talked of how denying that man his last rites back in Mexico started Ray down this dark path, this crisis of faith. And even Ray admits that he would have rather died in Kasmir as the
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Chicago P.D. Finale Recap: Antonio Says Goodbye — Plus, an 'Upstead' Update

The Intelligence unit is officially down not one but two members after Chicago P.D.‘s season finale on Wednesday night — and it might have new leadership! With the heat on Ruzek as Internal Affairs takes over the investigation into the incident earlier this season, Antonio is at a crossroads in star Jon Seda’s final episode.

Ia wants Ruzek to amend his original statement and give up Antonio and Voight, but he refuses to do so. Meanwhile, Antonio reaches out to a contact to try to get dirt on the Iad detective. Unfortunately, all they come up with is
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Whiskey Cavalier Finale Leaves Fans Between Prague and a Hard Place — But Is Closure (and a Kiss) Coming?

Whiskey Cavalier wrapped its one-and-done ABC run by having Will, Frankie et al doing their arch enemy’s bidding, all whilst processing a colleague’s betrayal. Did Ollerman wind up having the last, villainous laugh?

After nearly nabbing Ollerman by setting him up for a bogus transaction with Paul, the team retreated to the onetime speakeasy in the Alps they were using as a base/cover. There, they found themselves under fire by a kindly pair of tourists toting automatic weapons. Thanks to quick thinking by both Paul (pouncing on one shooter from the balcony above) and Jai (grabbing an
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TV Review: ABC’s Live ‘All in the Family’ and ‘The Jeffersons’

TV Review: ABC’s Live ‘All in the Family’ and ‘The Jeffersons’
In retrospect, it was only a matter of time before reboot and revival fever manifested as verbatim repeats — but if TV’s gonna go there, bringing back eerily timely shows like “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons” is the way to do it.

That Norman Lear’s comedies are timely, or at least prescient, is an established TV industry truism decades in the making. The family sitcoms he produced — including “All in the Family,” “Maude,” “The Jeffersons,” “One Day at a Time” and more — refused to live by the dictum that everyone should just get along and avoid topics like religion,
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Brockmire Finale: Ep Reflects on Jim's Sobriety, a Post-Peak America and the 'Emotional Crescendo' of Season 3

In Wednesday’s Brockmire finale, Jim and Gabby finally got a chance to call their first regular-season Mlb game, only to be confronted by unexpected protestors at the hands of bigot Art Newlie. Just about everything that could possibly go wrong went wrong, but Jim managed to come out the other side without throwing away his sobriety.

Below, showrunner Joel Church-Cooper reflects on the evolution of Brockmire and its title character, the significance of Jim’s relationships with Gabby and Matt the Bat, and Season 3’s “emotional crescendo.”

Tvline | This year’s arc really started at the end of last season,
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The Jeffersons' Marla Gibbs Makes Appearance During ABC's Norman Lear Special

For ABC's live-taping of Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear's All in the Family and The Jeffersons, current actors and actresses took on the iconic roles from the two of Lear's most beloved shows. During the closing moments of the television event, one very familiar face made an

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Chicago Fire Just Potentially Blew Up Its Entire Firehouse

Holy crap, everyone onChicago Fire is in very grave danger!

Wednesday's finale, titled "I'm Not Leaving You," ended with most of Ladder 81 trapped in a mattress factory basement that was about to explode. Brett (Kara Killmer) and Foster (Annie Ilonzeh) were upstairs helping to evacuate the smoke

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The Jeffersons' Marla Gibbs Reprises Role of Florence in Surprise Live Appearance — Watch Video

The Jeffersons' Marla Gibbs Reprises Role of Florence in Surprise Live Appearance — Watch Video
If one moment maid The Jeffersons‘ live one-night-only revival, it was Marla Gibbs’ surprise appearance in the role of housekeeper Florence.

Gibbs, 87, was not listed on the cast roster for Live in Front of a Studio Audience, the Jimmy Kimmel-hosted tribute to Norman Lear’s All in the Family and its spinoff The Jeffersons. In fact, One Day at a Time star Justina Machado was supposed to play the part.

But when Wanda Sykes’ Louise opened the door to interview Florence Johnston, a candidate for the family’s domestic help position, Gibbs was standing there. The 88-year-old actress originated
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Chicago Fire Finale Recap: A Better Man — Plus, Who Popped the Question?!

“We’re gonna take a beating,” Herrmann warns toward the end of Chicago Fire‘s season finale, and he’s not kidding. This year’s big, fiery cliffhanger involves a blaze at a mattress factory, which is made all the more intense by the huge romantic twists that preceded it. Even Brett and Foster enter the building with Boden, so all of Firehouse 51 is inside as the whole place is on the brink of blowing up. Eeep!

Now let’s rewind to talk romance: Boden orders Casey to find a plus-one for a charity dinner, and wouldn’t you know it,
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The Best Possible Person Won The Challenge: War of the Worlds

MTV's longest running franchise, The Challenge, completed another stellar season on Wednesday. While the past few outings of the reality show have ended with controversy, the absolute best player of War of the Worlds walked away with the big prize. The jaw-dropping part of it all is that the winner

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The Jeffersons: Jennifer Hudson Sings Theme Song for Live Special — Watch

The Jeffersons: Jennifer Hudson Sings Theme Song for Live Special — Watch
Jennifer Hudson’s rendition of The Jeffersons‘ theme song wasn’t just a piece of the pie… it was the whole damn pie, Ok?

The Oscar-winning American Idol alum joined ABC’s special Live in Front of a Studio Audience — a live staging of classic episodes of All in the Family and The Jeffersons — to belt out a live version of the classic “Movin’ On Up” theme song that accompanied The Jeffersons during its original run. Wearing an Afro wig and a slinky ’70s dress, Hudson strutted confidently through the Jeffersons set, crooning about moving into “a dee-luxe apartment in the sky.
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Manstead Took a Dark Turn in the Chicago Med Season 4 Finale

Are you hanging in there, One Chicago fam? Chicago Med delivered a jaw-dropping finale that left us with so many questions. The most obvious one is, of course, is Natalie (Torrey DeVitto) going to die?!

When Will (Nick Gehlfuss) found out that he might have to relocate out of state to avoid

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Other Links From TVGuide.com Chicago MedColin DonnellNorma KuhlingNick GehlfussTorrey DeVitto
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The Jeffersons Live Recap: Did the Cast Make It Look Weezy… Er, Easy?

The Jeffersons Live Recap: Did the Cast Make It Look Weezy… Er, Easy?
In the second half of Wednesday’s Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s All in the Family and The Jeffersons, the formidable tag team of Jamie Foxx and Wanda Sykes took center stage as George and Louise Jefferson, the movin’-on-upwardly-mobile couple played by Sherman Hemsley and Isabel Sanford in the 1975-85 sitcom. How did they and their co-stars fare in their remake of the series’ premiere? Read on…

‘I Always Say There Are Two Things That Are No Fun Unless You Have Company — And The Other One Is Drinking Coffee’ | As “A Friend in Need” began,
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All in the Family: Jamie Foxx Flubs Line, Breaks Character on Live TV — Watch

We knew somebody would mess up during ABC’s live reenactment of All in the Family… we just didn’t think it’d be an Oscar winner.

Jamie Foxx, who stepped into Sherman Helmsley’s dancing shoes to play the iconic George Jefferson during Wednesday’s Live in Front of a Studio Audience special, was the first to flub a line during the live primetime broadcast. While Foxx’s George was talking to Anthony Anderson’s Uncle Henry, he was supposed to say, “Ever since I was a little boy, I would always beg my mother for a little brother — but you know,
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Chicago Med Recap: How the Finale Didn't Write Out Connor and Ava — Plus, Is [Spoiler] a Goner?

Chicago Med Recap: How the Finale Didn't Write Out Connor and Ava — Plus, Is [Spoiler] a Goner?
If we didn’t know any better, we might have mistakenly assumed that Connor and Ava are sticking around after Wednesday’s Chicago Med. The season finale — which marks stars Colin Donnell and Norma Kuhling’s final episode — doesn’t provide a ton of closure for the exiting characters, whose complicated relationship only gets more messy in the episode.

After Nina informs Connor that his dad died from an overdose of synthetic insulin, the doc is back to giving Ava the suspicious eye during surgery on Phillip’s daughter. After the operation, Ava once again reaches out to Connor and offers her condolences.
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Pretty Little Liars Boss Breaks Down Perfectionists Finale's Biggest Twists: 'Nobody's Off the Hook Yet'

Pretty Little Liars Boss Breaks Down Perfectionists Finale's Biggest Twists: 'Nobody's Off the Hook Yet'
Just when Alison and her fellow Perfectionists thought they’d finally solved Nolan’s murder, along came Wednesday’s Pretty Little Liars season finale to reveal that the game has only just begun.

Not only did we learn that Jeremy isn’t responsible for Nolan’s death (oops?), but the actual murderer — a mysterious individual known as “The Professor” — has footage of Taylor shooting Jeremy on the docks, complete with crystal-clear audio of everyone else agreeing to cover for her.

Below, showrunner Marlene King breaks down the finale’s biggest twists, offering some insight about what a potential second season
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The Perfectionists Finale Proves We Need a Season 2

Prior to the final season of Pretty Little Liars two years ago, I went back and re-watched Season 1 for a series of articles. What really stuck out to me then was how hum-drum the first half of season one was compared to what the series became. I feel the same way about The Perfectionists. What is

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