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'Game of Thrones' 5.03 Preview: All Men Must Serve

April 20, 2015 03:44:21 GMT

Cersei and Jon Snow have the reasons to be worried on "Game of Thrones". As the former received a threat from Dorne, the latter believes that Castle Black is in danger as there are many enemies there.

PBS Defends Decision to Edit Out Ben Affleck's Slave Owning Ancestor Part in Interview

April 20, 2015 03:24:12 GMT

Ben Affleck requested the PBS documentary series "Finding Your Roots" not to reveal the information about his slave-owning ancestor. An email chain between the program's host, Henry Louis Gates, and Sony Pictures co-chairman and chief executive, Michael Lynton, revealed that the actor asked them to edit part of the interview which mentioned his slave-owning ancestor.

Jon Stewart Says 'Increasingly Redundant Process' Prompts His 'Daily Show' Exit

April 20, 2015 02:33:27 GMT

Jon Stewart has finally opened up about the reasons why he's leaving "The Daily Show", months after announcing his departure in February. In a new interview with The Guardian, he admits that increasing dissatisfaction prompted him to make the decision.

'Once Upon a Time' Star Reveals the Show's Renewal

April 18, 2015 06:30:27 GMT

"Once Upon a Time" has been picked up for a fifth season although ABC has not officially announced it. Josh Dallas unwittingly revealed the show's renewal during an appearance on local show on Los Angeles CW affiliate KTLA.

Towing Company Defends ESPN's Britt McHenry Over Parking-Lot Rant

April 18, 2015 05:04:27 GMT

Advanced Towing, an Arlington towing company whose clerk was berated by ESPN's reporter Britt McHenry, has released a statement after footage of her ugly rant leaked online. Responding to the video which has gone viral, the company says, "As a small regulated business, we saw no benefit to releasing the video, except to highlight personal attacks employees in jobs like towing, public parking enforcement and others sometimes encounter. The video was not licensed or sold to anyone."

Marvel and John Ridley Developing Mysterious Superhero TV Project

April 18, 2015 04:06:07 GMT

It looks like another Marvel TV series is in the works at ABC. The studio is reportedly teaming up with John Ridley, an Oscar-winning writer behind the critically acclaimed movie "12 Years a Slave", to develop a mysterious superhero TV project.

Univision Cancels 'Sabado Gigante' After 53 Years

April 18, 2015 03:28:54 GMT

Univision's "Sabado Gigante" is coming to an end after 53 seasons. The network announced on Friday, April 19 that the Spanish-language weekly variety series would have its last episode aired on September 19.

Dominic Cooper Officially Lands 'Preacher' Lead Role

April 18, 2015 01:47:01 GMT

After months of rumors, it has finally been confirmed that Dominic Cooper will topline AMC's "Preacher". Executive producer Seth Rogen announced the news on Twitter Friday, April 17, writing, "We have Jesse Custer! @dominiccoop is gonna save our souls."

Nina Dobrev NOT Doing 'Dancing with the Stars' With Derek Hough

April 17, 2015 07:24:38 GMT

Nina Dobrev is not hitting "Dancing with the Stars" ballroom after wrapping up her run on "The Vampire Diaries". Responding to rumors saying that the actress has been asked to join the next season of the dancing competition series, a rep for Dobrev tells Gossip Cop that the story is "not true."

'Scandal' 4.20 Preview: Rowan Won't Stop After the Bloody Killing

April 17, 2015 05:04:17 GMT

"Scandal" has claimed another victim. In a shocking bloody episode that aired on Thursday night, April 16, [SPOILER ALERT!] Jake was brutally stabbed by Olivia's new lover Russell, who is also a B613 agent, under the order of Olivia's father Rowan.

Sarah Jessica Parker's 'Divorce' Gets Series Order From HBO

April 17, 2015 03:28:52 GMT

Sarah Jessica Parker is officially returning to HBO with a new series, "Divorce". The premium cable channel has picked up the single-camera comedy, headlined by the "Sex and the City" alum, to series.

ESPN Reporter Gets Suspended After Parking-Lot Rant, Apologizes on Twitter


April 17, 2015 02:44:02 GMT

ESPN has suspended its reporter Britt McHenry for one week for throwing tantrum while paying to have her car released from a car towing lot. The network took the action hours after a video which captured her during the ugly rant surfaced.

Nina Dobrev and Michael Trevino Say Goodbye to 'Vampire Diaries' Fans in Chipmunk Voices

April 16, 2015 09:11:04 GMT

Nina Dobrev and Michael Trevino have filmed their last scene together on "The Vampire Diaries". The duo had a unique way to commemorate their exits by bidding farewell to fans with helium voices in an Instagram video.

'The Sopranos' Creator Analyzes Final Scene

April 16, 2015 08:00:17 GMT

More than five years after "The Sopranos" ended its run, the series creator David Chase addressed the final scene again. In a new piece for DGA Quarterly, he did a shot-by-shot analysis of the final scene set in a local ice cream parlor that raised a never-ending question about whether or not Tony (James Gandolfini) died.

Quentin Alexander of 'American Idol' Explains 'Whack' Remark That Offends Harry Connick Jr.


April 16, 2015 06:43:32 GMT

Things got intense during "American Idol" live show on Wednesday night, April 15 when judge Harry Connick Jr. and one of the finalists, Quentin Alexander, got into an argument. The singing hopeful called the situation "whack" as one of his two friends was going to be sent home, and Harry was offended by his sentiment.

Colton Haynes Leaves 'Arrow' as Series Regular

April 16, 2015 05:54:54 GMT

"Arrow" is losing one of its allies. Colton Haynes, who has portrayed Roy Harper / Arsenal since the first show, is exiting the CW drama series in its latest episode which aired on Wednesday, April 15.

'American Idol' Recap: Joey Cook Is Eliminated as Rayvon Owen Keeps Dodging Elimination

April 16, 2015 03:48:56 GMT

"American Idol" Top 7 were back on stage Wednesday, April 15 to sing what viewers picked as "American Classics." Each of the finalists sang twice, and the first to perform was Tyanna Jones, meaning she's safe.

NBC Orders 'Wizard of Oz' Series 'Emerald City' Again

April 16, 2015 02:13:53 GMT

NBC is giving "Emerald City" a second chance. The network has given the "Wizard of Oz"-inspired drama a 10-episode straight-to-series order after scrapping the project even before broadcasting a single episode last year.

'Orange Is the New Black' Renewed for Season 4 by Netflix

April 16, 2015 01:42:56 GMT

Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) and the gang will serve more time in Litchfield. Netflix has renewed its hit comedy "Orange Is the New Black" for a fourth season. The renewal comes ahead of the third season premiere, which is scheduled for June 12.

'Vampire Diaries': Nina Dobrev Shares Picture of Elena's Final Scene With Damon

April 15, 2015 08:34:00 GMT

Nina Dobrev has been filming her final scenes on "The Vampire Diaries". Capturing the moments in some pictures, the actress took to Instagram to share some behind-the-scenes photos from her last week of filming the CW drama series.
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