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Touched by an Angel's Della Reese Dies
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Reese was a gospel and R&B singer who hosted an eponymous daytime talk show from 1969-1970. She later moved to television, with a long career that included roles on Chico and the Man, MacGyver, The Royal Family, Designing Women, Picket Fences, That’s So Raven and The Young and the Restless.
NAACP Image Awards: Insecure and Queen Sugar Lead TV Nominees
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Own’s Queen Sugar scored seven total nominations for the 49th NAACP Image Awards, leading the TV pack.
HBO’s Insecure followed with six nods, while creator and star Issa Rae by herself amassed four (including two for writing and one as an Entertainer of the Year contender). Only Mary J. Blige and Jay-Z earned more individual noms, with five each.
Fox’s Empire and ABC’s black-ish each netted five nominations.
The NAACP Image Awards, which celebrate the accomplishments of people of color in the fields of television, music, »
Ratings: Sunday Night Football Surges, American Music Awards Steady
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ABC’s coverage of the American Music Awards on Sunday drew 9.1 million total viewers and a 2.4 demo rating, adding 10 percent more eyeballs versus a year ago while holding steady in the demo.
Leading unto that, The Toy Box (3.5 mil/0.6) ticked up with its sophomore finale.
Over on NBC, Sunday Night Football’s Eagles/Cowboys match-up did 18.8 mil and a 6.2, surging 24 percent from last week’s fast nationals to mark the telecast’s biggest audience since the Sept. 10 season opener and the best demo number since a week after that, on Emmy night.
CBS | Wisdom of the Crowd (6.3 mil/0.8) and »
Hey Arnold! Returns in The Jungle Movie — Watch a Nostalgic Sneak Peek
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You’ll be happy to know that in the 10+ years since Hey Arnold! wrapped its run on Nickelodeon, Helga G. Pataki’s love for the show’s titular football-headed hero has only grown.
But Helga obsessively pining over her childhood crush is only one thing you’ll see in TVLine’s exclusive first look at Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie, which premieres Friday at 7/6c.
You’ll also see the whole gang — including Arnold, Gerald, Stinky and Sid — taking off for the jungle, »
Supergirl Sneak Peek: Is Sam's Mother Hiding the Truth About Reign?
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Sam may literally be an alien from another planet, but as you’ll see, she’s not the real monster in her family.
RelatedSupergirl Stars Tease Kara and Mon-El’s Reunion, the Legion’s Arrival
TVLine has an exclusive sneak peek of Monday’s Supergirl (The CW, 8/7c), during which Sam turns to her adoptive mother (Pretty Little Liars‘ Betty Buckley) to learn the truth about her upbringing — specifically, why she’s suddenly displaying super-human abilities.
Unfortunately, Sam’s »
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Review: Gilmore Girls Banter Meets Vintage Woody Allen, With a Feminist Twist
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Amy Sherman-Palladino’s characters are always so casually witty, it’s about time one of them actually tried being funny for a living, right?
The Gilmore Girls creator’s sparkling new Amazon comedy The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel — debuting Wednesday, Nov. 29 — is set in the burgeoning stand-up comedy scene of 1958 New York City, and that time period is such a perfect fit for Sherman-Palladino’s old-Hollywood, rat-a-tat-tat dialogue, you wonder why she ever set anything in modern times. The pilot introduces us to Midge (Rachel Brosnahan), a quirky, quippy Jewish spitfire in the Lorelai Gilmore mold. (She’s the type who »
American Music Awards: 15 Best and Worst Moments From The Ceremony
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The 2017 American Music Awards were broadcast on ABC Sunday night, and the three-hour ceremony featured moments both impressive (seriously, Pink did acrobatics on a hotel!) and underwhelming (we were all rooting for you, Selena Gomez!)
We narrowed down those 180 musical minutes into a slideshow of 15 highlights and lowlights from this year’s AMAs. Among the moments we included: Jamie Foxx’s solemn cold open, Imagine Dragons’ memorable performance with Khalid and… whatever Nick Cannon was wearing.
Diana Ross Performs Greatest Hits at 2017 American Music Awards — Watch
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Not only did the Motown legend receive the AMAs’ coveted Lifetime Achievement award — previously bestowed upon the likes of Frank Sinatra, Whitney Houston and Prince — during Sunday’s ceremony (hosted by her daughter, black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross!), but she also put on a performance of some of her biggest hits.
More than four decades after winning her first Ama, Ross returned to the stage to bless us with new renditions of “I’m Coming Out,” “Ease on »
Bts Makes American TV Debut With 2017 AMAs Performance — Watch
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In addition to performing for the first time on American TV, boy band Bts made history on Sunday as the first K-pop group to play the American Music Awards.
Formed in South Korea in 2013, the group — which includes members Jin, J-Hope, Rm, Suga, Jimin, V and Jungkook — has already sold millions of songs and albums worldwide, and is finally breaking out here in the United States.
“To call these guys international superstars feels like an understatement,” The Chainsmokers’ Andrew Taggart said while introducing the group towards the end of ABC’s three-hour broadcast..
Watch footage of Bts performing “DNA” below »
The Walking Dead Recap: Office Politics
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Who knew? Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead revealed that, for all of the Saviors’ bloodlust and tough-as-leather posturing, Negan’s organization is run pretty much like The Office’s Dunder Mifflin. (All they were missing was a water cooler and a perky receptionist.) “The Big Scary U” also filled us in on what happened to Gabriel after he made the mistake of choosing Negan’s trailer as a Season-8-premiere hiding place, brought to a head the mounting tension between Rick and Daryl, and really kinda made you want to see Michonne. Why? Read on…
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Christina Aguilera's Whitney Houston Tribute at 2017 AMAs — Watch & Grade
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Twenty-five years after The Bodyguard hit theaters, Christina Aguilera and the American Music Awards paid tribute to the Oscar-nominated film — and the late, great singer whose music made it an instant classic.
Aguilera’s homage to Whitney Houston went down during Sunday’s ceremony at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater, where the on-hiatus Voice coach took to the stage to perform a medley of timeless hits from the movie.
“The movie has become iconic thanks to its soundtrack,” Viola Davis said while introducing Aguilera. “What a voice Whitney had, what an artist. Whitney received 21 AMAs, the most of any female artist in history. »
Outlander Recap: Taking the Plunge
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Need to catch up? Check out the previous Outlander recap here.
Stop! Help! She’s going over!
After spending a considerable amount of time held against her will on a plague ship, Claire makes two getaway attempts in this week’s Outlander. One is unsuccessful. And the other involves goats, a German woman and a couple of barrels.
Meanwhile, Jamie spends the hour yelling at Fergus in a really unbecoming manner. Read on as we review the highlights of “Heaven & Earth.”
Desperate Times | The episode starts with a brief rewind: Fergus makes potpourri for Marsali’s stinky cabin when they realize that the Porpoise, »
Pink, Kelly Clarkson Open 2017 AMAs With Emotional Duet — Watch
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Two of the fiercest females in music came together Sunday for a duet you probably didn’t know you wanted — but still totally enjoyed.
The duet was intro’d by Jamie Foxx, who began by saying that “we needed the power of music to help us heal” from so much that happened this year. “In those moments of crisis, heroes emerged,” he said, before introducing several first responders. “They ran towards the danger when it would have »
Sara Ramirez Has No Regrets Leaving Grey's Anatomy, Says It Was 'Absolutely' the Right Decision
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Sara Ramirez has a total of zero regrets about her decision to leave Grey’s Anatomy last year after more than a decade of playing Callie.
In a new interview with EW.com, the actress — who returns to TV tonight via a series-regular gig on CBS’ Madam Secretary (10/9c, CBS) — said her choice to move on was “absolutely” the right one, calling her post-Grey’s hiatus “a really full year-and-a-half” that allowed her to take “a step back from the industry… and get even more clear about things that are important to me.”