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‘NCIS’ Fans Beg Pauley Perrette to Stay With Show After She Teases Huge Twist

‘NCIS’ Fans Beg Pauley Perrette to Stay With Show After She Teases Huge Twist
NCIS” fans have a lot to say after Pauley Perrette’s recent hint about the upcoming episode.

Perrette, who is exiting the show at the end of Season 15, tweeted on Monday that this week’s installment of the popular CBS procedural is not to be missed. “Excited about tomorrow’s new #NCIS !!!” the actress wrote. “It’s absolutely a ‘Do Not Miss It’ episode!!!!”

Given that fans still have not been given any inkling as to how “NCIS” will write out Perrette’s character,
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The Future of ‘Transparent’ is Trans: Why Recasting Jeffrey Tambor’s Role with a Trans Actress is the Best Option

The Future of ‘Transparent’ is Trans: Why Recasting Jeffrey Tambor’s Role with a Trans Actress is the Best Option
Jeffrey Tambor has quit “Transparent” in advance of Season 5, and it’s unclear what the show — which was renewed for a fifth season in August, before the fourth season even aired — might look like without its trans parent.

Jill Soloway’s Emmy-winning Amazon series was inspired by her own parent’s transition and has been largely constructed around Tambor’s Pfefferman family matriarch, Maura. The show needs Maura, even if it does not need Tambor, so the most obvious solution might also be the best one: Recast the role. More specifically, recast the role with a trans actress.

Though imagining a new figure stepping into the show’s close-knit family dynamic may sound jarring, there’s plenty of precedent: Just look to “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” “Roseanne,” “That ’70s Show” or even “Pretty Little Liars.
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Golden Globes: Debra Messing, Eric McCormack to Host 75th Anniversary Special

Golden Globes: Debra Messing, Eric McCormack to Host 75th Anniversary Special
Debra Messing and Eric McCormack are teaming up to celebrate a milestone for the Golden Globes.

The “Will & Grace” co-stars will host “Golden Globes 75th Anniversary Special,” in honor of the biggest moments in the awards ceremony’s history. The two-hour event airs Dec. 13 on NBC.

Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Christine Lahti, Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts, Jacob Tremblay, Kate Winslet and Brad Goreski are among the notables who will appear in new interviews during the program. It is produced by Dick Clark Productions (Dcp) in association with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA).
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Showtime's 'The L Word' Revival Finds Its Showrunner

Showtime's 'The L Word' Revival Finds Its Showrunner
Showtime's The L Word revival just inched a step closer to becoming a reality.

Playwright and screenwriter Marja-Lewis Ryan has been tapped to serve as showrunner and exec producer of the drama, which remains in development at the premium cable network.

The L Word creator Ilene Chaiken will also exec produce alongside Ryan and original series stars Jennifer Beals (Bette), Katherine Moennig (Shane) and Leisha Hailey (Alice).

"Ilene and the original L Word made me believe that my voice mattered,” Ryan said. “I am beyond excited for the opportunity to usher in the next generation of diverse queer people. I couldn’t imagine a better time...
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‘Get Out,’ ‘Detroit,’ Issa Rae, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige Among Top NAACP Image Award Nominees

‘Get Out,’ ‘Detroit,’ Issa Rae, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige Among Top NAACP Image Award Nominees
Get Out,” “Girls Trip,” “Detroit” and “Mudbound” are among the top film nominees for the 49th annual NAACP Image Awards.

On the TV side, Netflix and OWN dominate the race with multiple noms for “Dear White People,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Queen Sugar” and “Greenleaf.”

In music, Mary J. Blige and Jay-Z grabbed five nominations apiece. Filmmaker Ava DuVernay landed a nomination in the entertainer of the year category alongside Bruno Mars, Chadwick Boseman, Chance the Rapper, Issa Rae, and Jay-Z.

The motion picture nominations went to “Detroit,” “Get Out,” “Girls Trip,” “Marshall,” and “Roman J. Israel, Esq.” “Detroit” also landed a slot in the indie film category alongside “Last Flag Flying,” “Mudbound,” “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,” and “Wind River.”

Greenleaf” and “Queen Sugar” are nommed for drama series, vying with Starz’s “Power,” NBC’s “This Is Us,” and WGN’s now-canceled “Underground.” The bids for best comedy series went to HBO’s “Ballers,” ABC’s “Black-ish,” “Dear White People,” HBO’s “Insecure,” and Starz’s “Survivor’s Remorse.”

“Black-ish” star Anthony Anderson is set to host the Jan. 15 ceremony, to air live on TV One.
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‘American Vandal’ Creators Tease Season 2 Details and Share Their Favorite Fan Theories

‘American Vandal’ Creators Tease Season 2 Details and Share Their Favorite Fan Theories
After “Who drew the dicks?” became one of the most intriguing TV mysteries of the fall, “American Vandal” is ready to ask a totally different question in Season 2.

Speaking at the Vulture Festival in Hollywood on Sunday night, series co-creators Tony Yacenda and Dan Perrault and showrunner Dan Lagana reflected on the success of the show’s first season and dropped some hints about Season 2.

In true mystery series fashion, they didn’t reveal too much of what’s to come in the show’s second season, but they did confirm some extra details related to the most recent teaser.
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Charlie Rose Accused of Sexual Misconduct by Eight Women

Charlie Rose Accused of Sexual Misconduct by Eight Women
Television icon Charlie Rose has become the latest media star to be accused of sexual misconduct, with eight women telling the Washington Post that the longtime PBS newsman made unwanted sexual advances towards them while they were employees or sought work. “It is essential that these women know I hear them and that I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior,” Rose told the Post. “I am greatly embarrassed. I have behaved insensitively at times, and I accept responsibility for that,” he said, adding: “I have learned a great deal as a result of these events, and I hope others will too.
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Supergirl Season 3 Episode 7 Review: “Wake Up”

After last week’s trip to the past, Supergirl focuses on the future in “Wake Up,” both figuratively and literally, as Mon-El returns and reunites with Kara, explaining to her that the seven months of separation in the 21st century for her having actually been seven years in the 31st century for him. That’s right: as some Supergirl fans had already predicted, the portal that Mon-El’s pod went through at the end of Season 2 transported him into the future, and this physical and emotional distance from Kara has caused a change in him. Sure, in some ways he is similar to the man

Supergirl Season 3 Episode 7 Review: “Wake Up”
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Dancing With the Stars Finale: Who Will Win Season 25? (And Who Should?)

Dancing With the Stars Finale: Who Will Win Season 25? (And Who Should?)
On the eve of Dancing With the Stars‘ 25th season finale, the remaining four couples danced for the last three spots — which means somebody had to go. (Math was never a strength of mine, but I’m pretty sure that’s how it works.)

RelatedLast Week’s Dancing With the Stars Recap

It should come as no surprise that Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold led the pack, receiving perfect scores for their Charleston (set to Pitbull’s “Bad Man”) and their Freestyle, a “crackerjack of a performance” to the tune of “Puttin’ on the Ritz.” And as you can see in the photo above,
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The Voice Top 12 Performance Recap: Who Rocked You Enough for a Vote?

The Voice Top 12 Performance Recap: Who Rocked You Enough for a Vote?
Finally, with Monday’s episode of The Voice, the power shifted from the coaches to the audience. At long — long! — last, we got to vote for the contestants whose singing was music to our ears. But which of the Top 12’s performances were dazzling enough to inspire a tweet of support? Read on, and after we review the vocalists’ efforts, you can not only vote for your favorite but choose your overall pick to win Season 13.

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Brooke Simpson (Team Miley), “Praying” — Grade: B | After
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International Emmy Awards: Kenneth Branagh, Anna Friel Among Winners – Complete List

The winners for the 45th annual International Emmy Awards were announced tonight, with Kenneth Branagh winning Best Actor for his role in Wallander and Anna Friel taking Best Actress for Marcella. Both series are from the United Kingdom. Steve Coogan’s Alan Partridge’s Scissor Isle taking home the trophy for Best Comedy, also from the UK. Norwegian detective series Mammon II won for Best Drama Series. Iranian-American comedian and actor Maz Jobrani hosted the…
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A Complete Timeline of Every Star Wars Video Game Ever

The complete time line of Star Wars video games is hard to watch without growing just a bit dizzy since when you really look at it there are a Lot of games to consider. Some of them you might never have heard of, and for good reason, but a lot of them are those that fans can likely recognize. A few of them might have been well before a lot of people’s time but I can very well remember the Hoth battle that was featured in the game above and the games that feature the outline of the Death Star

A Complete Timeline of Every Star Wars Video Game Ever
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Supergirl Recap: Kara and Mon-El's Reunion Takes a Troubling Turn

Supergirl Recap: Kara and Mon-El's Reunion Takes a Troubling Turn
Mon-El may have only been M.I.A. from Supergirl for six episodes, but he’s been busy — and not just growing a beard.

VideosArrowverse Crossover Extended Promo: Earth-x Nazis Crash Barry/Iris Wedding

As revealed in Monday’s episode, the Prince of Daxam isn’t the same guy who disappeared into that season-finale wormhole. For starters, he’s not nearly as talkative — not even the desperate plea of his sobbing ex-girlfriend could get him to break his silence. (In other news, “Shame on me for having a human heart” sounds like a Taylor Swift lyric.)

Winn’s interrogation proved more successful,
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Here’s How The Incredibles Should Have Ended

So how the Incredibles should have ended is that Syndrome should be a good guy? It wouldn’t have been much of a movie then would it? After all Syndrome was the kid that was spurned by Mr. Incredible and eventually turned to evil because he felt so disrespected by the supers. If not for the struggle that ensued the movie could have gone a lot differently and been a lot more boring. As it was the Incredibles movie was pretty cute and in many ways entertaining, but it definitely had to have some sort of struggle to it. That being

Here’s How The Incredibles Should Have Ended
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Amazon Sets Premiere Date for Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams

Amazon today announced that its new sci-fi anthology series Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams will premiere on Friday, January 12, exclusively on Prime Video. Based on various writings from author Philip K. Dick, each of the ten standalone episodes are set in a different and unique world – some which lay in the far reaches of the universe, and others which are much closer to home. While the stories may be worlds apart, central to each is the poignant and warm exploration of the importance and significance of humanity. From five to 5000 years in the future, each compelling tale

Amazon Sets Premiere Date for Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams
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Here’s What The Justice League Cast Looked Like As Kids

If you were wondering what the Justice League looked like as kids you might want to tune in. To be quite honest they didn’t really look all that different, just younger, more vibrant in a way, and ready to take on the world. Their origins are a great deal different than their characters obviously and are fairly amusing in some ways since a couple of them very closely mirror their current roles in a few ways. The Justice League has just hit theaters and is already getting mixed reviews but the expectation that these heroes will continue to pursue their

Here’s What The Justice League Cast Looked Like As Kids
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Harley Quinn Animated Series Ordered for DC's Upcoming Streaming Service

Harley Quinn Animated Series Ordered for DC's Upcoming Streaming Service
Harley Quinn is ready for her close-up.

The iconic Batman villain, regularly seen catering to the Joker’s every whim, is finally getting her own solo animated series, our sister site Deadline reports. The half-hour action-comedy Harley Quinn, which will feature appearances by some of Harley’s villain friends (and frenemies), has received a 26-episode order and will debut on the still-untitled DC streaming service.

RelatedTitans Scoop: Dick Grayson (aka Robin) to Be Played by Brenton Thwaites

The project hails from Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker, the executive producers of NBC’s ill-fated Powerless, and Warner Bros. Animation’s Dean Lorey.
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Video Game Voice Actors Aren’t Always Told The Game They’re In

It might not seem possible but voice actors in video games don’t always know which game their voice is being featured in. That seems kind of amazing really since you would think that they’d know exactly what their effort is going to help. Unfortunately it seems as though a lot of actors have been given non-disclosure forms before ever speaking a word of dialogue so as to keep everything very hush-hush and insure themselves against any type of espionage. Basically if the voice actor decides to utter a word about what they’re working on and it gets out the company

Video Game Voice Actors Aren’t Always Told The Game They’re In
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‘Harley Quinn’: DC Digital Service Orders Animated Series About Comic Book Villainess From ‘Powerless’ Trio

Exclusive: Harley Quinn, the breakout character from the Warner Bros/DC film Suicide Squad that already is set up for a spinoff movie, is getting her own animated TV series. Warner Bros’ upcoming DC-Branded direct-to-consumer digital platform has ordered 26 episodes of half-hour adult animated action-comedy series Harley Quinn, from Powerless executive producers Justin Halpern & Patrick Schumacker and Dean Lorey via Warner Bros. Animation. Harley Quinn is closely…
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