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‘Westworld’: Stars, Producers Talk Season One Surprises at PaleyFest

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Fans of HBO’s “Westworld” weren’t the only ones fascinated by the show’s continuous twists and turns. During Saturday’s PaleyFest session at the Dolby Theater, stars of the fantasy drama revealed that they were kept in the dark throughout the production process on season one.

Ed Harris, who plays the mysterious Man in Black, got a big surprise early in during filming.

“I walked by my trailer and someone told me that Jimmi (Simpson) was the guy playing the younger me and I was like, ‘What?’ ” said Harris.

Evan Rachel Wood, who plays Dolores, had just as much fun as many fans guessing what potential storylines for rest of the season would be.

“One of my theories was that Arnold was at the center of the maze or that all of our human versions were going to be locked in there! I didn’t know Bernard was a host when we were doing our »

- Maria Cavassuto

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I. Marlene King Says ‘the Majority of People Will Be Happy’ With ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Finale

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Nostalgia and anticipation filled the air at the Dolby Theatre Saturday afternoon at the “Pretty Little Liars” panel for PaleyFest La. In front of a rowdy crowd, Ashley Benson, Shay Mitchell, Tyler Blackburn, and almost all of the show’s stars sat down for a discussion about the Freeform drama’s seven-year history, while also looking forward at the series’ final 10 episodes, which begin airing next month.

The event started with a sneak peek at the first minute of the final season and then proceeded with a moderated conversation with the cast and two producers. The conversation, peppered with impromptu scene-readings by cast members, focused mainly on the long journey they had all taken with the show. The actors, who reunited after finishing shooting in October, shared stories about when they were cast and the friendships that developed on set.

Benson, who sat near the middle in between Mitchell and Blackburn, revealed »

- Daniel Grzywacz

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‘Big Little Lies:’ Laura Dern’s Mom Thinks Her Daughter’s Character Is too Cruel to Reese Witherspoon

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Laura Dern and Reese Witherspoon developed a friendship while working on the 2014 film “Wild” together, and are currently starring as high-class enemies on the HBO limited series “Big Little Lies.” But Dern has revealed that playing the antagonistic role has upset her mother, who loves Witherspoon’s charm.

Speaking to The New York Times, Dern revealed that her mother, the iconic actress Diane Ladd, was shaken by the performance.

“My mother called me—and she’s an actress—and goes, ‘You didn’t prepare me for what a bitch you are,’” she said. “I’m like, ‘I didn’t know I was supposed to prepare you for any character I play!’ And she said, ‘Yeah, but you’re a bitch to Reese.’”

Witherspoon’s mother was also disturbed by the show’s vitriol. »

- William Earl

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Madam Secretary: Elizabeth Saves Rhinoceroses. Henry Worries About Ian.

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“A good idea is meaningless without the courage to act.”. In this week’s episode of Madam Secretary, Elizabeth must work quickly. Or the entire population of South African Black Rhinoceroses will become extinct. That and she must also deal with finding the mole inside the State Department. The idea to film a public service announcement in Vietnam with Henry Winkler is intriguing. For one thing, I didn’t know that The Fonz is a favorite character over there. Too bad it didn’t work out. So much for your excellent Powerpoint presentation, huh, Blake? I agreed with Nadine when she said that

Madam Secretary: Elizabeth Saves Rhinoceroses. Henry Worries About Ian. »

- Tiffany C. Lockhart

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Chicago Justice Review: Stone’s Personal Crusade

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Every lawyer or other officer of the law always feels a sting for the ‘one that got away’. It’s the type of case where you know you had everything you needed, you were sure things were going to go your way, and then they didn’t. This is that case for Stone and Dawson. It was the one conviction Stone was sure of, then was completely blindsided by. What’s worse than an attorney to be blindsided is a victim’s family to be so. Luckily this is what motivates Chicago Justice officers to never give up. Dawson and Nagel find Officer Ted

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- Araceli Aviles

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Watch Ted Koppel tell Sean Hannity He’s Bad For America

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It’s rare you’ll see one journalist tell another right to their face “you’re bad for America” but that’s exactly what Ted Koppel told Sean Hannity on Sunday. During a piece on CBS Sunday morning Koppel was focusing on some of the main media members who he deemed to live in a “bubble” and divide the nation even further. Koppel mentioned people like Tomi Lahren, John Oliver, and one of his guests, Sean Hannity. “We have to give some credit to the American people that they are somewhat intelligent and that they know the difference between an opinion show and a

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- Nat Berman

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WWE Fan Dies In The Stands During A Live Event

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The last thing you would ever think could happen to you at a sporting event is witness the death of someone sitting next to you.  Tragically that’s what I have to report about today.  Uproxx informs us that on Saturday night, during a WWE Live Event for the Raw brand at the Cross Insurance Arena (formerly known as Cumberland County Civic Center) in Portland, Maine, a fan passed away in the stands. TMZ later confirmed that a fan suffered a heart attack while in his seat in the corner stands of the arena. He collapsed from his seat during the

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- Nat Berman

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‘American Horror Story’ At Paley Fest: Is Sarah Paulson’s Supreme ‘Coven’ Character Returning In Season 7?

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In season six of American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare, Emmy-winner Sarah Paulson had the opportunity to reprise one of her Ahs characters: an older version of Lana Winters, the investigative journalist, who is imprisoned during season 2’s Asylum.   When asked tonight at the Paley Fest panel for the FX series what other Ahs personalities she’d like to play again, Paulson teased, “Cordelia Foxx, because I would like to see her getting her powers as the Supreme. Maybe… »

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Aaron Hernandez Might Actually beat His Double Murder Charge After All

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Before you go rushing to conclusions that Aaron Hernandez is going to get out of jail, start working out, and join the Patriots again, let’s just put those images to bed, and quick.   On Thursday, Hernandez’s lawyer Jose Baez introduced a deleted text message witness Alexander Bradley sent in 2013 to his lawyer suggesting he was not certain who had shot him in the face.  Bradley also claims  he witnessed the former Patriots tight end murder both Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in a fatal shooting back in 2013.    However, the text shows otherwise: This is via The Daily

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- Nat Berman

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Feud Recap: Female Trouble

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In Sunday’s Feud: Bette and Joan, the stars of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? braced for failure. But, as you well know, the movie was anything but a flop. How did Davis and Crawford, as accustomed as they were to being counted out, handle the success? Read on…

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

‘I Couldn’T Have Done It Without You’ | As “More, or Less” began, Bette and Joan were learning just how little the pre-release buzz on Baby Jane was doing for their careers. After Bette »

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America’s Oldest Working Nurse, 91, Has Been on the Job for 70 years

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I know that we’re very focused on television and movies here but on occasion I do actually watch news programs on TV.  There happened to be a segment on NBC Nightly news with Lester Holt on the other night that I had been meaning to share.  It’s the story of Florence “SeeSee” Rigney and her 70-year-0ld job as a Registered Nurse.  How in the world could she hold this job for that long?  Simple, she’s 91 and still going strong today. She’s currently the oldest nurse in the United States.  SeeSee says, “I do have something to get up for

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- Nat Berman

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Sean Hannity Defends Himself After Ted Koppel Says “He’s Bad For America” On ‘CBS Sunday Morning’

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Fox News host Sean Hannity called out CBS for editing his interview with veteran journalist Ted Koppel on CBS Sunday Morning, after Koppel said that Hannity's show is “bad for America." "’Fake Edited News' CBS News release the unedited 45-minute interview so people can see the Bs games you play in the edit room. I dare you!" he wrote, adding "Funny behind the scenes, after I answered the first question, Ted said 'none of that will air.' So I kept saying, 'Ted you need to… »

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‘Girls’ Review: A Baby Daddy Surfaces While Another Character Grows Up

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Last Week’S Review: Hannah Finally Confronts Her Future While Erasing Her Past

Love Her or Hate Her

Whatever Hannah’s full reaction to Adam’s movie is will have to wait, because this episode was all about some hard realizations that made us really feel for the character. Despite her better judgment Hannah finally got a hold of Paul-Louis (returning guest star Riz Ahmed) and just came right out with the pregnancy news. Well, after she reminded the guy who she was (surf article… threw up in his bed… said she had a lot of pubic hair). Hearing and seeing his freaked out and then relieved reactions when Hannah explained she didn’t need anything but was only fulfilling her moral sense of duty was like waking up from a weird romance with the character, both for us as viewers and for Hannah.

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- Amber Dowling

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‘Homeland’ Recap: Carrie Learns to Say No in Episode 10, ‘The Flag House’

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Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not seen the March 26 episode of “Homeland.”

Carrie Mathison learns an important lesson in “The Flag House,” as Season 6 of “Homeland” heads into its final two hours.

Peter Quinn, Dar Adal, and President-elect Elizabeth Keane have flashier moments in the 10th episode of the season, but there are two big Carrie moments that are revealing about this most complicated character, limned to near perfection by Claire Danes.

For one, we get the extraordinary sight of Carrie Mathison telling the next president of the United States: “I can’t.” With her daughter Franny already a pawn of the larger conspiracy, Carrie can’t risk charging ahead with her plan to go on the record about CIA honcho Dar Adal’s past shortcomings as a way to stop his maniacal campaign against President-elect Keane. This tells us that Carrie took the words of her court-appointed counselor seriously two episodes back when »

- Cynthia Littleton

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‘Walking Dead’ Recap: Everyone’s Allegiances Are Tested in ‘Something They Need’

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Spoiler alert: Do not read until you’ve watched the penultimate episode of season 7 of “The Walking Dead,” titled “Something They Need.”

If there’s one place where “The Walking Dead” consistently delivers, it’s raids. Rick and co. are so damn good at running up into other settlements and taking what they want, as much a testament to their apocalyptic skills as the show’s directors. In this case, the credit goes to Michael Slovis, who previously directed the infamous “Thank You” episode and worked as cinematographer on the unimpeachable “Breaking Bad.”

But before we get into the great action of “Something They Need,” let’s take a step back and recap what’s going on in the rest of this crazy world. Sasha, unsurprisingly, has gone and gotten herself captured by the Saviors. Some creep named David visits her cell and immediately starts throwing out rape vibes when she asks for water. It »

- Ian Servantes

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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: ‘Something They Need’ Has A Lot Going On, But Little To Show For It

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Last Week’S Review: Everyone Gets a Chance To Bury The Hatchet In ‘The Other Side

Whose Episode Is It?

It’s the penultimate episode, so it’s time to check in with just about everybody (the Kingdom excluded). That makes “Something They Need” a busy episode, but not a particularly compelling one. The issue is that while the back half of Season 7 has been a vast improvement over the first, its plotting has been overly predictable, since it’s mostly been about Rick assembling his army, a mission that will obviously succeed because the show doesn’t have anywhere to go, otherwise. The all-out war is clearly being held for next year, and there’s not enough time left in this season to build up any specific stakes or narrative steam to make the Season 7 finale worth looking forward to. What does happen this episode is completely expected: The Ricketeers gets Oceanside’s guns, »

- Jeff Stone

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The Walking Dead Recap: Life Swap

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You know how it is. In a zombie wasteland, allegiances can shift faster than a corpse can turn. So it probably won’t come as a huge shock that, in Sunday’s penultimate Season 7 episode of The Walking Dead, a couple of major characters appeared to be switching teams. Who really was turning their back on their community, and who was just faking? Read on…

RelatedThe Walking Dead @ PaleyFest: The Stars Tease the Finale — And ‘Beyond’

‘If I Want Greenery, I Eat A Salad’ | Let’s start our recap at the Hilltop, why don’t we? After observing Maggie’s leadership skills in action, »

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Will the Kardashians Be Getting an Animated Series?

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This is the first and probably the last time I’ll ever be posting two Keeping up with the Kardashians articles in the same day, but there’s no way I could keep this news to myself.   So yeah, it looks like the Kardashians might be making even more money than they already do.  Not only do they rake it in with their show, endorsements, social media posts, various businesses, apps, products, and about 6 million other things, now they’re going to have an animated series? According to People A source close to the Kardashians tells People that the family has been

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- Nat Berman

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Homeland Season 6 Episode 10 Review: “The Flag House”

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We’re in the home stretch of Homeland Season 6. Tonight’s episode, “The Flag House,” is the first of this season’s final three episodes, and while there are no major reveals (ones that we didn’t know about before anyway) or shocking deaths, this week’s Homeland still remains a tension-filled installment from beginning to end and nicely sets up the last two hours of the season, which should feature all the fireworks that fans have of the show have been waiting to see over the past 10 episodes. What “The Flag House” does best throughout its running time is remind us just how deep and wide

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- Chris King

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Homeland Recap: A Deal With the Devil

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

Carrie admitted defeat to Dar Adal this week on Homeland to get a chance to see her daughter Franny. But look out, Dar: Your evil empire has some cracks in the foundation.

Carrie’s excited for her supervised visit with Franny, but first, she has to meet with Keane’s Doj nominee and testify against Dar (and Saul) in the whole Berlin mess. When the driver drops her off to testify, though, he makes an ominous reference to her visit with Franny. Carrie quickly calls the child-services worker Christine, »

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