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Hills Revival Eyed at MTV?

Hills Revival Eyed at MTV?
The Hills are alive with the sound of… revival chatter? The cast of the seminal MTV reality series are set to reunite on the red carpet at Monday’s Video Music Awards to make what People.com is calling a “big announcement.”

Rumors about a Hills reboot/revival have been percolating on and off since the show went off the air in 2010. Back in June, cast member Kristin Cavallari told People that E! was trying to get the gang back together again for a reunion special. “I was about to sign a deal to do a Hills reunion with E!
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AHS: Apocalypse: Ryan Murphy Posts Coven Cast Reunion Picture

AHS: Apocalypse: Ryan Murphy Posts Coven Cast Reunion Picture
Something wicked is brewing on the set of American Horror Story: Apocalypse.

Series co-creator Ryan Murphy posted a very special photo to social media on Sunday, giving fans their first glimpse of the reunited cast of AHS: Coven. The picture features returning stars Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe, Emma Roberts, Frances Conroy, Gabourey Sidibe, Taissa Farmiga and Stevie Nicks.

As previously reported, the forthcoming Apocalypse will unite the stories of Murder House and Coven as part of a nightmarish tale that “begins with the end of the world.” Fellow returning AHS alumni include Kathy Bates, Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, Adina Porter,
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Magnum P.I. Casts Ken Jeong and Carl Weathers as Magnum's Goofball Buddies

Magnum P.I. Casts Ken Jeong and Carl Weathers as Magnum's Goofball Buddies
The world doesn't need yet another reboot, but that's just what the world shall get when the new Magnum P.I. debuts on CBS September 24 with Scandal's Jay Hernandez taking over as an unmustachioed version of Thomas Magnum, the character made famous by Tom Selleck's upper lip. The conscious decision

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Why Carrie Brownstein Wants Another Season of ‘Portlandia,’ Too

Why Carrie Brownstein Wants Another Season of ‘Portlandia,’ Too
A version of this story on Carrie Brownstein first appeared in the Down to the Wire issue of TheWrap’s Emmy magazine.

The sketch-comedy series “Portlandia” began with a series of comedy shorts made by actor-comedian Fred Armisen and musician Carrie Brownstein, one of the leaders of the pioneering all-female indie band Sleater-Kinney.

Over eight seasons that ended in March, the show turned into an Emmy favorite, landing its first nomination in 2011 and picking up Outstanding Variety Sketch Series nominations the last four years in a row.

Over the years, Brownstein directed four episodes, receiving her first directing nomination this year for the season opener, “Riot Spray.” In that episode, a former punk band reunites and finds that youthful anger has given way to more mundane middle-aged concerns.
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‘Will & Grace’: Debra Messing Talks David Schwimmer’s Guest Role

‘Will & Grace’: Debra Messing Talks David Schwimmer’s Guest Role
Don’t expect to see Ross Geller on “Will & Grace.”

Debra Messing assures us that David Schwimmer’s character on the upcoming 10th season of “Will & Grace” is nothing like his iconic “Friends” persona.

“He’s as far away from Ross as he can possibly get because he’s already mastered Ross,” Messing told Variety on Saturday night in Los Angeles at Project Angel Food’s Angel Awards, where she was honored with this year’s Founder’s Award. “I think people will be excited to see him in our world playing a different part.”

NBC announced earlier
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Bruce Campbell Believes Evil Dead Has a Future Without Ash

Bruce Campbell Believes Evil Dead Has a Future Without Ash
Actor Bruce Campbell has become synonymous with Ash Williams, the Deadite-slaying star of Sam Raimi's Evil Dead franchise; it's a fact Campbell himself jokingly bemoaned in 2007's meta horror-comedy My Name is Bruce. Still, after 3 feature films and 3 seasons of Starz's now-cancelled Ash vs Evil Dead, Campbell broke legions of horror fans' hearts by stating emphatically that he's retired from the franchise. While it was recently announced that Ash, along with his team of "Ghost Beaters" from the TV series, will regroup digitally in an upcoming Evil Dead-themed video game, the actor still believes there's a chance for more films and/or TV shows-just not with him.

So, what exactly does Campbell have in mind for a potential Evil Dead franchise reboot? Here's what he told ComicBook.com:

"You have Ash's daughter, Brandy [played by Arielle Carver-o'Neill]. She provides the lineage. Ray [Santiago] is a shaman now, you know as Pablo,
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Jacki Weaver Heads Cast of Stan Original Series ‘Bloom’

Jacki Weaver Heads Cast of Stan Original Series ‘Bloom’
Australia’s two-time Oscar-nominated actress Jacki Weaver heads the cast of sci-fi series “Bloom.” An original commission for Australian streaming platform Stan, the six-part series is produced by Sony Pictures Television’s Playmaker.

The story takes place a year after a devastating flood has killed five locals in an idyllic country town, and when a mysterious new plant appears. The plant’s phenomenal ability to restore youth is so formidable that attempting to harness it means re-evaluating values. It is a miracle some will kill to keep secret.

With finance from Stan and federal funding body Screen Australia, production is
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Magicians Stars Tease Bloody Season 4, the Monster's Evil... Tickle Plot?

Magicians Stars Tease Bloody Season 4, the Monster's Evil... Tickle Plot?
The Magicians is upping the gore quotient considerably in Season 4: “I spend 50 percent of the time covered in blood,” star Jason Ralph told Kimberly Roots during a visit to TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con suite.

Ralph didn’t spill who or what is responsible for his character Quentin’s bloody state, but the actor did tease the nefarious intentions of the monster who took over Eliot’s body at the close of Season 3. While the baddie can take up residence in anyone, he’ll be spending at least some of his time in more unconventional places.

“There’s an
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‘Stan & Ollie’ Producer Fable Pictures To Melt ‘Chocolate Wars’ Book Into TV Drama

Exclusive: The battle for global chocolate dominance between the likes of Cadbury, Nestle and Hershey is set to melt on to the small screen after Fable Pictures, the British production company run by The Crown and Suffragette producer Faye Ward, optioned Deborah Cadbury's book Chocolate Wars. The Sony-backed production company, which was started by Ward in 2016, is looking to turn the book into an international TV drama. It has partnered with The Indian Detective and Trans…
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John Oliver Taunts Donald Trump’ “One Man Legal Improv Troupe” Rudy Giuliani Over “Truth Isn’t Truth” Argument

John Oliver kicked off Last Week Tonight marveling at Rudy Giuliani's much discussed morning brain fart. The president's lawyer and “one man legal improv troupe,” went on Chuck Todd’s Sunday Beltway show Meet The Press and came up with a rationale for his boss’s refusal to sit down with Robert Mueller that was, even by Giuliani standards, “very Giuliani,” Oliver admitted. Giuliani had scolded Todd, saying, “When you tell me that [President Donald Trump] should testify…
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Gretchen Carlson Defends Miss America Organization Against Bullying Charge From 2018 Winner

Gretchen Carlson Defends Miss America Organization Against Bullying Charge From 2018 Winner
Gretchen Carlson is defending herself and the Miss America Organization against accusations from 2018 pageant winner Cara Mund that she has been harassed and silenced during her tenure to date. Mund also claims that Carlson has elbowed her out of the spotlight.

Carlson, the former Fox News anchor and 1989 Miss America winner, became chairman of Miss America Organization last year after the prior regime, led by former Wma titan Sam Haskell, was ushered out amid scandal about email correspondence that disparaged past Miss America winners and critics.

But Carlson stands accused of being part of an effort to diminish Mund’s
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‘The Affair’ Season 4 Finale: Tying Up Loose Ends On Alison, Vik And Everyone Else In Series’ Most Tumultuous Season Yet

Spoiler Alert: Don’t read this if you don’t want to know the climax of the electrifying Season Four of Showtime’s The Affair. Spoilers abound! In one of the final moments of The Affair season ender, Helen (Maura Tierney) says to Noah, the ex-husband who cheated on her in the opening season: “Everybody’s so fu*king crazy!” That might be an understatement in trying to encapsulate all that happened this season and all that happens in tonight’s episode written by Katie…
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‘Shades Of Blue’ Series Finale Review: JLo NYPD Drama Fails Clutch Test In The End

Spoiler Alert: This story contains details of tonight's Shades of Blue series finale. "You've got all your tomorrows lined up," Ray Liotta's on the run NYPD Lt. Matt Wozniak unintentionally ironically reassured his Jennifer Lopez played protégée Det. Harlee Santos tonight on the Season 3 ender and series finale of Shades of Blue. While a Goodfellas alum led spinoff for the low rated cliché filled corrupt cop drama could feasibly be launched off the close of Shades, the…
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Insecure Recap: Strings Attached

Insecure Recap: Strings Attached
Daniel’s new beats weren’t the only things that had strings built into them in Sunday’s Insecure. Whether he or Issa could really acknowledge it (yet), there were also loads of strings attached to their living arrangement. And by the end of “Familiar-Like,” the old flames-turned-good-friends-turned-who-the-hell-knows were looking more couple-y than I can almost ever remember Issa and Lawrence looking. Were they actually a couple, though? Read on and find out.

‘You Concubining?’ | After being rejected for apartment after apartment, Issa finally went for guidance to Kelli, who explained that the reason she kept being turned down was credit — as in,
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Shades of Blue Series Finale Recap: Did Ramsey Get What Was Coming to Him?

Detective Harlee Santos formally brought her case against Captain Ramsey to the police commission, as NBC’s Shades of Blue wrapped its three-season run. What last-minute curve balls did Harlee have to dodge? And in the end, who wound up behind bars… or six feet under?

Even the morning after gunning down Stahl in her living room, Harlee was resolute in her plan to show up for the police commission hearing she lobbied for — though as she assured Wozniak, it wouldn’t be her but Cole delivering the damning testimony. Thing is, Cole was a no-show, and though Harlee did
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‘The Affair’ Season 4 Concludes With a Recommitment to Living, Even As the Show Readies For the End

‘The Affair’ Season 4 Concludes With a Recommitment to Living, Even As the Show Readies For the End
[Editor’s note: The following article contains spoilers for “The Affair” Season 4, Episode 10.]

For a show that’s rarely been all that big on the concept of optimism, the Season 4 finale of “The Affair” seemed to feature its characters… well, not in a particularly happy place, but certainly committed to moving forward with their lives. The men who loved Alison (Ruth Wilson) begin to process their grief for her, while the woman who stands to lose her own love seems to come to terms with that.

The absence of Wilson will be a blow going forward for this series, as the alternate universe version of “The Affair” Season 4, a season which wasn’t built in part around Wilson’s departure, is interesting to imagine. Would Alison have continued to find her own footing as she rebuilds her life? Or would her ongoing struggles ultimately sabotage all of the progress she’d made?

Another interesting question to consider is this:
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The Affair Finale Recap: Alison's Ashes

The Affair Finale Recap: Alison's Ashes
The following contains spoilers from Sunday’s episode of The Affair. Fall behind? Read the previous Affair recap here.

Alison is gone but not forgotten in the Season 4 finale of The Affair. The episode is told from three perspectives, and finds Noah, Cole and yes, even Ben, in attendance at Alison’s funeral.

We begin at Princeton, where Noah and Anton are sitting in on a creative writing seminar taught by Noah’s friend, Professor Ariel Hoffman (The West Wing‘s Janel Moloney). She attempts to introduce her very special guest but gets interrupted by one of her students. “Noah F—king Solloway!
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Fear the Walking Dead Recap: Things Can Only Get Bitter — Plus: Wait, Are [Spoiler] and [Spoiler] Really 'Gone'?

Fear the Walking Dead Recap: Things Can Only Get Bitter — Plus: Wait, Are [Spoiler] and [Spoiler] Really 'Gone'?
Sunday’s Fear the Walking Dead may well rank right up there with the series’ best. The emotional episode trapped Alicia during the storm with the last person on Earth that she wanted to be anywhere near, brought about a detente that would’ve been unthinkable even a week ago and, in the end, cast a long, ominous shadow over several of our favorite characters. Read on, and we’ll review every heart-wrenching beat.

‘Get The Hell Out, Or I’LL Kill You’ | “Close Your Eyes” opened with Alicia seeking refuge from the storm in a house so dark and gray,
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‘Sharp Objects’: Chris Messina on Richard’s ‘Broken Heart’ and the Moment He Lost Control

‘Sharp Objects’: Chris Messina on Richard’s ‘Broken Heart’ and the Moment He Lost Control
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Falling,” the penultimate episode of “Sharp Objects.”

The characters in “Sharp Objects” are all hiding secrets, some deeper than others. For Chris Messina, the idea of “having a secret in every scene” was integral to his portrayal of Detective Richard Willis, the outsider sent to Wind Gap. Mo. to investigate the disappearance and subsequent murder of two teenage girls.

“You don’t find out all that much about Richard — he’s holding his cards close to his vest,” Messina explains. “He is getting way too close to the lead reporter,
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Abby Huntsman

Abby Huntsman is a reporter and television host who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on May 1, 1986. She is best known as the general assignment reporter for Fox News Channel and as the co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend. She is also a former host of MSNBC. Although she is a well-known for her many appearance on television, there are probably many things that most people do not know about this woman. Here are ten interesting facts that you probably did not know about Abby Huntsman. 1. She is From a Big Family Abby Huntsman is from a big

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Abby Huntsman
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