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‘The Originals’ to Conclude After 5 Seasons on The CW

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The CW’s “The Originals” will come to an end after five seasons, showrunner Julie Plec announced on Twitter on Thursday. “It’s both a gift and a burden to be able to control the ending of a series,” Plec wrote. “Many shows are not lucky enough to have a hand in deciding when the end has come. Being able to celebrate the completion of ‘The Vampire Diairies’ was a joyful and deeply emotional ride, a luxury gifted by Mark Pedowitz at The CW and Peter Roth at Wbtv, who, as TV fans themselves, know what it means when a fan is. »


- Reid Nakamura

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Ryan Seacrest to Host ABC’s ‘American Idol’

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Seacrest, In.

Ryan Seacrest will reprise his role as “American Idol” host on the upcoming ABC revival, Kelly Ripa revealed Thursday morning on the duo’s syndicated daytime talker, “Live.” Seacrest will stay aboard their daily Disney-abc production in New York City, where they built the guy his own radio studio just to continue broadcasting “On Air With Ryan Seacrest.”

The busiest man in show-business has hosted “Idol” since its 2002 inception on Fox. Back in Season 1, the radio personality split the duties with stand-up comedian Brian Dunkleman.

The nationwide search for the next American. »


- Tony Maglio

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Jason Bateman Says Arrested Development Season 5 Will Revolve Around a Huge Mistake, Specifically Murder

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First, there was “Who shot J.R.?” Then, there was “Who killed Laura Palmer?” And now, we’re apparently getting “What happened to Lucille Two?” According to Jason Bateman, who knows a thing or two about serious dramas now, the fifth season of Arrested Development will center on a murder mystery, specifically the death of Liza Minnelli’s Lucille Austero. »


- Jackson McHenry

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‘Walking Dead’ Sets Season 8 Premiere Date, Releases Key Art

19 July 2017 12:11 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The Walking Dead” Season 8 premiere date and key art (below) was released by AMC on Wednesday.

Season 8 will officially premiere on Oct. 22 on AMC, with the premiere also happening to be the series’ 100th episode. The art, released ahead of the show’s annual panel at San Diego Comic-Con in Hall H, features Rick staring down Negan. In the Season 7 finale, the stage was set for the Alexandria-Hilltop-Kingdom coalition to square off against Negan and The Saviors.

Production on Season 8 was briefly shut down last week following an on-set accident Wednesday that led to the death of stuntman John Bernecker.

Berecker was filming a scene with series regular Austin Amelio that required him to fall approximately 22 feet off of a balcony onto a safety cushion below. But something went wrong during the jump and Bernecker instead landed on his head and neck on the concrete, missing the cushion by “just inches,” according »


- Joe Otterson

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'Game of Thrones' Bosses Reteam With HBO for War Drama 'Confederate'

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With the end of Game of Thrones in sight, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have set their sights on their next TV project.

The award-winning duo will re-team with HBO for the drama series Confederate, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The drama chronicles the events leading to the third American Civil War. The series takes place in an alternate timeline, where the southern states have successfully seceded from the Union, giving rise to a nation in which slavery remains legal and has evolved into a modern institution. The story follows a broad swath of characters on both sides of »


- Kate Stanhope

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‘Hawaii Five-0’ Adds Three Cast Members After Fallout Over Recent Exits

19 July 2017 12:25 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Hawaii Five-0” is shoring up its cast as two mainstays sail off into the sunset. Ian Anthony Dale, Meaghan Rath and Beulah Koale are joining the CBS procedural as series regulars for Season 8, the network announced on Wednesday. The new season launches Sept. 29. CBS previously announced that Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park are exiting after contract negotiations broke down. Their departures led to renewed questions over whether Hollywood is indeed making advancements toward inclusivity. Also Read: Will 'Hawaii Five-0' Flap Lead to Changes for Actors of Color? Dale (“Salvation”) has recurred on the show as Adam Noshimuri since Season 2. In. »


- Ryan Gajewski

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5 Random but Awesome Insane Asylum Characters in Movies

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Insane asylums, or mental wards as they’re now known, are not nice places. They are essentially used for those whose mental gears have slipped a time or two and can’t fall back on the right track without medication or some form of intensive therapy. They’re not the kind of places you want to find yourself in most times, even if they are run by professionals and keep the residents happy for the most part. If you’re in a mental ward, the chances are good that life took a definite turn for the worst. Here are a few inmates that weren’t

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Matt Loeb Re-Elected Iatse President

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Matt Loeb, running unopposed, was re-elected to a four-year term as president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees today at the union's 68th Quadrennial Convention in Hollywood, Fl. Loeb, who's been president of Iatse since 2008, hasn't had to stand for election once in the last 10 years. He was elected without opposition in 2009 at the convention in Orlando, and at the 2013 convention in Boston. In 2008, he was the unanimous choice of the union's… »

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Sinclair And Nexstar Vow To Share Spectrum To Help Next-Gen TV Transition

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Sinclair Broadcast Group and Nexstar Media Group said today that they will share airwave spectrum in 43 markets where they both have stations to promote a transition to a new broadcast standard — Atsc 3.0 — that supporters say could revolutionize over-the-air TV. The new standard will make it easier to meld 4K programming and interactive broadband data in over-the-air transmissions. But it will not work on current TV sets. As a result, companies expect the FCC will allow… »

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Comic-Con: ‘Sherlock’ EPs Tease Another Season Of Benedict Cumberbatch-Led Series, Maybe

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There is more afoot with Sherlock but the executive producers wouldn't reveal today at Comic-Con what it is or if a fifth season is being planned. "There is something we are working on in London," teased Ep Sue Vertue to a packed room in the San Diego Convention Center. "We do have an answer but we're not telling what it is," added fellow Ep and departing Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat to laughter. With Season 4 of the Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman-starrer… »

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Why O.J. Simpson Should Never Work in This Town Again

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You can’t turn around these days without coming across a media property that riffs on the ‘80s or ‘90s. Nostalgia is big business, and can even lead to great art, as we saw when “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” garnered just about every award it was nominated for. 

But the upswing in interest in all things O.J. should not lead Hollywood and the entertainment industry to put the former football player to work again. No company would come out of such an arrangement thinking they’d made the right call. 

Even though the parole board granted him his freedom and he will walk out of a Nevada prison at some point relatively soon, allowing him to join the world of entertainers and reality-show stars would be a terrible idea. 

Let’s set aside for the moment the issue of his innocence or guilt in the matter of the brutal murders of »


- Maureen Ryan

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Five Hilarious “Food in a Blender” Scenes from Movies

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There is just so much that can go wrong with a blender, especially if it’s not used properly. But in movies they’re usually not used properly or they are and what’s put into them is so heinous that one can’t help but cringe. The funny moments with a blender can come in virtually any movie, it doesn’t matter if it’s horror, drama, comedy, or whatever. Blenders are supposed to be easy to use and not much in the way of a comedic moment, but really, there is a chance of such mayhem with a blender that it’s almost a disappointment

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How ‘Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party’ Became a Joint Effort to Make the World a Better Place

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Chalk it up to chemistry, the perfect recipe, or secret sauce. Whatever the magic is that happens between Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart, viewers lap it up on “Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party.”

Premiering one day before the 2016 presidential election, VH1’s hybrid cooking show-celebrity hangout became a safe haven for those afraid that Trump’s America would create even more marginalized groups and divisions. Instead, “Potluck Dinner Party” envisions a world where homemaking meets hip-hop and “A Good Thing” lives in harmony with “Nuthin’ But a G Thang.” Martha and Snoop’s friendship and natural camaraderie became a model for the world we wanted to live in.

Read More‘Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party’: TV’s Oddest Couple Talk Fried Chicken, Fat Doobies and Funyuns

“It feels good when people appreciate the fact that we’re just two people who love to do what we do, »


- Hanh Nguyen

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Chester Bennington Dies In Apparent Suicide: Linkin Park Singer Was 41

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Chester Bennington, the singer for the popular and influential nu metal band Linkin Park who later fronted Stone Temple Pilots, was found dead today, Deadline has confirmed. He was 41. A source says he died at a residence in Palos Verdes Estates near Los Angeles but did not provide details. The Associated Press reports that it was a suicide by hanging. Bennington was a close friend of Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell, who hanged himself in May. Today would have been… »

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‘Once Upon A Time’ Gets Season 7 Premiere Date

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ABC has set October 6 for the premiere of its revamped Season 7 of fantasy drama series Once Upon A Time. The return date was revealed today at San Diego Comic-Con. The fairytale drama will be resetting the story in Season 7 without various original cast members, and will focus on returning cast members Lana Parrilla, Robert Carlyle and Colin O'Donoghue, along with The Walking Dead's Andrew J. West, who was introduced in the Season 6 finale. They’ll be joined by new… »

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O.J. Simpson Hearing: News Outlets Jump in Early on Coverage

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Most TV news aficionados were prepared to tune in to the day’s seemingly ubiquitous coverage of O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing at 1 p.m. eastern — the exact time the event was slated to start in Las Vegas. But NBCUniversal’s news outlets jumped in early.

Andrea Mitchell told viewers of her regularly scheduled 12 p.m. eastern program Thursday that she was handing things over to anchor Craig Melvin at 12:45 — three-quarters of the way through her program. Melvin hosted a quick preview of the hearing and what it meant, interviewing former Simpson prosecutor Craig Melvin. CNN stayed with John King’s “Inside Politics” and Fox News Channel kept on with “Outnumbered,” the programs that normally appear at noon on their schedules.

NBC had been expected to break into regularly scheduled programming at 1 p.m., but NBC News started a “Special Report” anchored by Lester Holt and Savannah Guthrie at 12:58 p.m »


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TVLine Items: Face Off Spinoff News, Remini's Scientology Returns and More

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Syfy is about to get its Game Face on.

The network has announced a spinoff of their award-winning Face Off reality competition, in which four all-stars race against the clock to complete three challenges, with eliminations after every round, until one of ’em walks away with the $10,000 prize.

RelatedBlood Drive: How Syfy’s Grindhouse Road Race Navigated Nip Slips and Roared Off the Starting Line

Face Off‘s McKenzie Westmore will reprise her role as host, alongside renowned judges (and multiple Academy Award winners) Ve Neill (Beetlejuice) and Rick Baker (The Wolfman).

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O.J. Simpson Gets Parole

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O.J. Simpson has been granted parole after serving nearly nine years of a 33 year sentence for armed robbery at a Las Vegas hotel. A panel comprising four members of the Nevada parole commission unanimously gave him a thumbs up. He’s to be released in October. "Mr. Simpson, you organized this crime. Two victims were robbed at gunpoint. It was a serious crime and there was no excuse for it. You deserved to be sent to prison," the board told him after deliberating for about… »

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The Top Five J Peterman Moments in the History of Seinfeld

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As the owner of his own catalog of goods Peterman is a bit of an eccentric and, once he meets Elaine, in a good deal of trouble considering that she simply cannot keep from doing very stupid and very accidental things. He’s not all there some would say, and they would be right. After all this is a man that made his way to Burma to try and distance himself from his problems at one time. As one of the characters in Seinfeld he is probably least remembered by many but just watching his clips might jog your memory and

The Top Five J Peterman Moments in the History of Seinfeld »

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Psych: The Movie Mega Buzz: Gus Finally Meets His Match!

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Welcome to Mega Buzz, your go-to place for the latest and greatest spoilers on your favorite TV shows. We know you have questions, and we have answers! If you're craving scoop on something in particular, e-mail us your question at mega_scoop@tvguide.com or drop us a line at Twitter.com/TVGuide. You

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