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Whoa! There’s ‘Serious Talk’ of a ‘Blossom’ Reboot, Joey Lawrence Says (Video)

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Whoa! There’s ‘Serious Talk’ of a ‘Blossom’ Reboot, Joey Lawrence Says (Video)
In the word of Joey Russo, “Whoa.”

Someone dig the flower-bedecked hat out of the closet, because a reboot of the ’90s sitcom “Blossom” could be happening. At least, that’s the word from Joey Lawrence, who played slow-witted but well-coiffed Joey Russo on the series.

Speaking to Steve Harvey on Harvey’s talk show for an episode that aired Monday, Lawrence said that the notion of a “Blossom” reboot has been the subject of “serious talk” lately, and that he and his former costar Mayim Bialik are on board if it approaches the realm of reality.
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Change: The Unexpected Solo Album From Cindy Wilson of the B-52’s

40 years ago, the B-52’s were belting out party hits and making waves with an evolving rock/pop scene. Their distinctive sound made them iconic, which is part of the reason why the band is still able to tour to this day. Even more surprising than the lasting power of cheeky anthems like “Love Shack” and “Rock Lobster” is the current creative endeavors of its founding members. Cindy Wilson has been an absolute bedrock foundation for the enduring successes of her band The B-52’s. When the news was dropped that she was releasing a solo album, many expected the performances contained

Change: The Unexpected Solo Album From Cindy Wilson of the B-52’s
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The Walking Dead Midseason Finale Was Its Lowest-Rated In Years

Despite the promise of a major death to amp up the suspense going into the Season 8 midseason finale, the most recent episode of The Walking Dead still couldn't generate enough excitement to combat a ratings downturn that may signal the beginning of the end of the zombie drama's dominance. Sunday's

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The Most Disappointing TV Shows of 2017

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The Most Disappointing TV Shows of 2017
In the age of peak TV, there’s a lot of bad television out there. But rather than take the time to highlight what everyone should already be forgetting, IndieWire is examining the heartbreaking misses of 2017; the shows that felt like they had something special — either in concept, talent, or early episodes — but failed to fulfill that promise.

For the shows that weren’t cancelled, hope rings eternal. TV is a medium that allows for development, improvement, and the virtual erasure of bad first impressions. The shows below might be a long way from getting good, but their break bad hurt enough that even for the most disappointing, we still hope for the best.

And if you like any shows on the list, then good luck and godspeed. You found something there that we only wish we could have seen. Maybe next year.

Read More:The 25 Best TV Episodes of 2017, Ranked
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Falling Water Lands Season 2 Premiere Date at USA — Watch an Eerie Promo

Falling Water Lands Season 2 Premiere Date at USA — Watch an Eerie Promo
Are you getting sleepy? Good, because USA Network’s dream-themed thriller Falling Water is about to return for its sophomore season.

The supernatural drama kicks off Season 2 on Saturday, Jan. 6 at 10/9c on USA, TVLine has learned exclusively. Will Yun Lee, Lizzie Brochere and David Ajala star as three strangers who realize they can use their dreams to change what’s happening in their lives, and in Season 2, they find themselves locked in battle with “an unknown entity that manipulates nightmares, bringing chaos and death into the waking world,” per the official description.

RelatedFalling Water Renewed for Season 2 at
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‘Unsolved’: Amirah Vann Set To Recur In USA’s Tupac Shakur Biggie Smalls Series

Underground alumna Amirah Vann has landed a recurring role in USA Network’s Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. true-crime anthology series, from Universal Cable Productions. Written by Kyle Long, Unsolved chronicles the dual police investigations of Detective Greg Kading (Josh Duhamel) and Detective Russell Poole (Jimmi Simpson) into the controversial murders of two of the rap industry's most legendary players, Tupac Shakur (Marcc Rose) and The…
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Chicago Med’s Marlyne Barrett Talks Maggie’s Upcoming Personal and Professional Struggles

The focus for Chicago Med‘s third season is the connection. Connections among the staff, as well as between the Emergency Department staff and their patients, is what makes the third show in Dick Wolf’s Chicago franchise so successful. So agrees series star Marlyne Barrett, who plays Charge Nurse Maggie Lockwood. In our exclusive interview with the Chicago Med star, Barrett talked about her character’s biggest personal and professional challenges, the show’s third season arc, and the real-life medical news story which shook her in its familiarity to one of Maggie Lockwood’s most powerful storylines. How do you feel Season 3

Chicago Med’s Marlyne Barrett Talks Maggie’s Upcoming Personal and Professional Struggles
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Grey's Tackles Domestic Violence 'Head-On' — 2018 First Look

When Grey’s Anatomy resumes its current 14th season on Jan. 18 (8/7c, ABC), the action will pick up exactly where it left off: With Jo in the midst of a very tense reunion with her abusive husband, Dr. Paul Stadler, played by Glee vet Matthew Morrison. But as this exclusive image from the midseason premiere confirms, the creepy grin Paul had plastered on his face upon seeing his estranged spouse has largely vanished.

RelatedGrey’s Anatomy Stars Defend ‘Jaggie,’ Hint at a ‘Real Hard Left Turn’ Coming

As showrunner Krista Vernoff previously revealed to TVLine, Morrison’s return will bring
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Should Tonya Harding Really Be Walking Red Carpets Right Now?

The answer to the question is probably best stated as, “Only in America.” The movie, I, Tonya is the most recent version of the story of Tonya Harding’s life, including her infamous attack on fellow Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan designed to keep Kerrigan out of the Olympics and open the door for Harding to shine on her own. The two were competitors on the ice skating rink, but little did Kerrigan know how far Harding was willing to go to grab the glory of Olympic fame. Fast forward to 2017, Harding’s story is basically a narrative about how to

Should Tonya Harding Really Be Walking Red Carpets Right Now?
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General Hospital: Nathan Shares His Fears with Maxie

General Hospital fans know that becoming a parent for the first time makes you worry. You have no idea what to expect, the world is different now, and you know things are changing. You know about babies, but you don’t really know about them. This is when everything in life seems to change so much. Everything you once thought is all different now. The world is not the same, things are not the same, and you suddenly worry so much. And that’s what we are going to see this week with Nathan. He is going to worry. Things are changing

General Hospital: Nathan Shares His Fears with Maxie
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Ratings: Today Defeats Gma as Its Post-Matt Lauer Surge Continues

Ratings: Today Defeats Gma as Its Post-Matt Lauer Surge Continues
Matt who? The ouster of longtime Today co-anchor Matt Lauer doesn’t seem to have hurt the morning show in the slightest. On the contrary, for the second week in a row, its first two hours have managed to beat its ratings rival Good Morning America in overall viewership, according to our sister site Variety.

RelatedMatt Lauer Breaks Silence In Wake of NBC Firing: ‘I Am Embarrassed and Ashamed,’ Calls Some Claims ‘Untrue’

For the week that ended on December 8, Today not only maintained its usual dominance in the prized 25-54 demo (drawing nearly 1.64 million to Gma‘s 1.38), it
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African American Film Critics All In With ‘Get Out’

Jordan Peele’s Get Out was named the year’s Best Picture by the African American Film Critics Association, which gave the thriller a leading four wins overall in voting including directing and screenplay nods for Peele and best actor for Daniel Kaluuya. The group also voted Frances McDormand as Best Actress for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, while awarding Girls Trip the year’s top comedy, Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit as Best Ensemble, and Crown Heights as best…
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Ratings: 9Jkl Hits Series Low, Scorpion Draws Best Audience of Season

Ratings: 9Jkl Hits Series Low, Scorpion Draws Best Audience of Season
CBS’ Kevin Can Wait (with 6.3 million total viewers and a 1.1 demo rating), Man With a Plan (5.7 mil/1.0) and 9Jkl (4.3 mil/0.7) all dipped a tenth in the demo this Monday, with the freshman sitcom marking series lows in both measures.

Related2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Elsewhere on the Eye network, Superior Donuts (5.2 mil/0.9) and Scorpion (5.9 mil/0.9) held steady in the demo, with the latter delivering its biggest audience of the season.

PhotosScorpion First Look: Shantel VanSanten Has Ex Appeal

NBC | The Voice (10.4 mil/1.9) dominated the night, ticking up week-to-week. Better Late Than Never
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Alec Baldwin Eyes Broadway For Solo Trump Show, With Lorne Michaels’ Blessing

If Tina Fey can do it, why not her 30 Rock co-star Alec Baldwin? And if their SNL commander-in-chief can honcho her Broadway show, why not his as well? Those were the questions raised Monday when Baldwin told Howard Stern he has Broadway in his sights for a solo show based on his Emmy-winning impersonation of President Donald Trump, with Lorne Michaels producing. Michaels is also producing Fey’s musical adaptation of Mean Girls, slated to arrive on Broadway in the…
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Discovery Steps Into ‘The Interrogation Room’ For New Crime Series

Exclusive: Discovery is looking to take a different angle when it comes to real-life criminal investigations. In their new series, The Interrogation Room, the viewer is placed right where the investigation begins: the titular interrogation room. The new series will premiere at 10 Pm Et/Pt, January 4, 2018. From home invasions to murders, The Interrogation Room will not only explore all facets of crime but will give viewers a look at the clever tactics used by detectives…
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Five Television Shows You Should Watch if You Like Westworld

Everyone wants to know what to watch when their favorite show isn’t on the air at the moment, and for those that love Westworld there are still a lot of choices that will allow you to get your fix even if you have to wait a bit longer. The popular show about those that come to the park for a chance to live out the life of another character without rules, boundaries, or consequences is one that has sparked a lot of interest since it first came on the scene, and hasn’t died down as of yet. But like a

Five Television Shows You Should Watch if You Like Westworld
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Disney And Fox Shares Edge Higher On Report Of Thursday Deal Announcement

As Disney and Fox approach the altar, shares in both media companies are on the rise, with CNBC reporting that the mega-merger is “on a glide path” toward an announcement on Thursday. Fox up 1% to $34.11, with Disney gaining a fraction to $107.22. Media stocks overall are mixed as the Dow 30 has already gone up 104 points on the day, while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 are largely flat. While the exact portfolio of assets changing hands remains unknown, it appears that the…
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‘The Walking Dead’ Ratings Bitten With Fall Finale Low Despite Shocker

The much hyped unveiling of the coming death of a core character on the fall finale of The Walking Dead on Sunday was a rare true shocker. But it was not enough to stem the ratings bleeding the zombie apocalypse has suffered this season. Up a mere 2% from last week, the last Twd of 2017 and the Season 8 fall finale was the lowest-rated fall finale to date for thee AMC series. The monologue-heavy "How Its Gotta Be" episode revealed that Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) had…
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