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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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Golden Globes: ‘Big Little Lies,’ ‘The Shape of Water’ Dominate 2018 Nominees

Golden Globes: ‘Big Little Lies,’ ‘The Shape of Water’ Dominate 2018 Nominees
It’s a good day in Monterey. The fictional, dysfunctional families of HBO’s “Big Little Lies” and the lovable oddballs of Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” lead the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. Presented early Monday morning by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, “Big Little Lies” dominated the major TV categories with six nominations, including: Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television; Best Supporting actor and actress nods for Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley and Alexander Skarsgard; and Best Actress Drama nominations for its producers and stars Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon. Also Read: Golden Globes 2018:.
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'Walking Dead': 11 Questions for the Second Half of Season 8 (and Beyond)

'Walking Dead': 11 Questions for the Second Half of Season 8 (and Beyond)
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the season eight midseason finale of AMC's The Walking Dead, "How It's Gotta Be," as well as spoilers from the comics on which it's based.]

Following the explosive midseason finale of AMC's The Walking Dead, everything viewers and comic book fans alike ever thought they knew about the show has been thrown into chaos.

In what's easily the biggest departure from Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's comic books to date, season eight of the AMC zombie series started the process of killing off ...
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Mario Batali Exits 'The Chew' Amid Sexual Misconduct Probe

Mario Batali Exits 'The Chew' Amid Sexual Misconduct Probe
Mario Batali has stepped down as co-host of ABC’s The Chew after four women accused the celebrity chef of sexual misconduct.

According to Vox Media’s Eater, four women say Batali touched them inappropriately in a pattern of behavior that allegedly spanned two decades. In response to the report, ABC has asked Batali to step away from The Chew “while we review the allegations that have just recently come to our attention,” per a spokesperson.

Batali’s exit marks the second recent big departure from The Chew
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Hulu Original Comedy ‘Battleground’ Remade As Podcast For Season Two

Hulu Original Comedy ‘Battleground’ Remade As Podcast For Season Two
Political comedy drama Battleground, which marked Hulu's first foray into original programming, is returning for a second season, over five years after its launch. However, it is not returning to the small screen, but rather has been adapted into a British podcast. There have been a raft of podcast-to-TV adaptations, including Amazon's forthcoming Julia Roberts-fronted, Sam Esmail-directed remake of Homecoming, but this is thought to be the first TV series that has moved…
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Outlander Season 4 Teaser Is Already Here

Outlander Season 4 Teaser Is Already Here
No Droughtlander over here! Outlander were in for a surprise at the end of Sunday night's season three finale: their first look at season four. Yes, already.  The Starz hit drama decided to waste no time, giving viewers a quick tease at what's in store when Outlander returns in 2018. The 20-second video features Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan), and promises, "A new land. A new journey."  In tonight's season three finale, Claire and Jamie reunited with their nephew Ian before heading out on a ship. They found themselves going overboard in a heavy storm, but they washed up on the shore in Georgia alive, if a little worse for wear.  The...
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'The Crown' Stars on the Season 2 Finale and Saying Farewell to the Royal Drama

'The Crown' Stars on the Season 2 Finale and Saying Farewell to the Royal Drama
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from season two of Netflix's The Crown.]

Season two of Netflix's The Crown opens with a confrontation between Queen Elizabeth (Claire Foy) and Prince Philip (Matt Smith) about discord in their marriage and the rumors that he might have been unfaithful while on a five-month royal tour around the world. And while the couple seems to work out their issues, they flare up again in a tense scene toward the end of the season finale that sees Elizabeth square off with her husband again.

“I was worried about that scene,” Smith tells THR. “I still have not seen...
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75 Years of Golden Globe Best Series Winners

75 Years of Golden Globe Best Series Winners
2018 marks the 75th anniversary of the Golden Globes, and a lot has changed since the original 1943 awards. Take television, for instance. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association didn't even recognize the smaller screen in the beginning. In fact, the first series to be awarded were My Three Sons and What's My Line? in 1962. The television categories continued to evolve after that. In 1963, the HFPA broke out the drama and comedy categories for Best Series. However, the organization went back to selecting a single winner from 1965 to 1969. All in the Family, The Golden Girls and Sex and the City are some of the most awarded series. All in the Family took home the prize four times—winning...
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Supergirl Casts This Is Us Actress as Woman With Curious Reign Connection

Supergirl Casts This Is Us Actress as Woman With Curious Reign Connection
Kara may have gotten her Buns of Steel handed to her by Reign during Supergirl‘s fall finale, but a new development in 2018 could turn her luck around.

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Krys Marshall (This Is Us) will recur in the second half of the CW drama’s third season, TVLine has learned exclusively, playing Julia Freeman, a 20-something musician living near National City who holds clues to Reign’s true identity.

In addition to appearing on This Is Us, Marshall’s small-screen credits include roles on One Day at a Time, NCIS and How I Met Your Mother.
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Robert Englund Auditioned For Han Solo but Pushed His Roommate Mark Hamill to Audition Too

You might not have known this, I know I didn’t, but Robert Englund, the guy that essentially made Freddy Krueger who he is, once auditioned for the part of Han Solo. What’s more, he convinced his friend Mark Hamill to audition for the role of Luke Skywalker. Maybe the world should be sending Englund a big Thank You card right now and giving him a big, sloppy kiss. Apparently Hamill had been couch-surfing at Englund’s for a while when Robert when in to audition, and was seated with a six-pack watching the Mary Tyler Moore Show when Englund came home

Robert Englund Auditioned For Han Solo but Pushed His Roommate Mark Hamill to Audition Too
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Performer of the Year: The 20 Finalists

Performer of the Year: The 20 Finalists
Move over Emmy. Step aside Golden Globes. Look out SAG Awards. TVLine is breaking into the kudos biz.

You see, this year our traditional “Performances of the Year” roundup — which features 20 of 2017’s most breathtaking tour-de-forces — doubles as a quasi nominations ballot. And on Wednesday, Dec. 27, we will crown one of the 20 standout thespians (and only one) 2017’s “Performer of the Year.”

But our calculations, that gives you less than two weeks to peruse our list of finalists and then head to the comments section to make your case for which of the 20 artistes you think most deserves top honors.
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Film & TV Firms To Breathe Easier: European Parliament Votes Against ‘Country Of Origin’ Proposals

European film and TV producers and distributors along with the major Hollywood studios will be breathing a sigh of relief after it emerged that the European Parliament voted to reject plans that would have likely abolished territory-by-territory sales of TV series and movies. Politicians in Strasbourg voted 344 to 265 against the European Commission's 'Country of Origin' proposals, a key plank of the EC's plans to introduce a Digital Single Market. The move would have…
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The Top Five Mel Gibson Yelling Scenes in Movies

Say what you want about Mel Gibson but when it comes to the Yelling Game he is one of the absolute masters. The guy can scream, yell, roar, and just flat out throw his voice in ways that make other people envious in a way. He has the rough, almost grating voice that’s attractive to some and almost growling to others. That’s definitely part of the charm he’s used onscreen and a good reason why he’s the man’s man in many people’s minds. Still, he’s proven that he can be more than a womanizer, a warrior, and even a renegade

The Top Five Mel Gibson Yelling Scenes in Movies
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Jimmy Kimmel Returns to Late Night With Baby Billy to Rally Around Threatened Kids’ Program

Jimmy Kimmel Returns to Late Night With Baby Billy to Rally Around Threatened Kids’ Program
After taking a week off for his baby Billy’s latest heart surgery, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” host Jimmy Kimmel returned to the late night show — baby Billy in tow — to provide an update to his fans and to call for help in safeguarding another key government program that helps sick kids, just like Billy.

“Daddy cries on TV, but Billy doesn’t, it’s unbelievable,” a teary Kimmel said as he updated the audience on Billy’s latest — successful! — surgery. Guest hosts, including Tracee Ellis Ross, Neil Patrick Harris, and Melissa McCarthy, all filled in for Kimmel last week.

Read More:Jimmy Kimmel: Here’s What Fueled His Reluctant Transformation into the Nation’s Moral Conscience

Kimmel also used his introductory monologue to discuss the threatened Chip program, a health insurance program for about nine million American children that, as he notes, “almost certainly covers children that you know.
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Kimmel Brings Son to Live in Emotional Plea for Kids' Health Care Funding

Kimmel Brings Son to Live in Emotional Plea for Kids' Health Care Funding
Jimmy Kimmel returned to his late-night perch on Monday night, and he had one adorable co-host in tow.

Kimmel took last week off from hosting Live while his son, Billy, recovered from heart surgery — and upon his return, he made a tearful plea to the nation’s political leaders to renew funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (Chip), which has gone more than 70 days without Congress’ approval for more money.

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While holding Billy in his arms, Kimmel explained that Chip has historically had bipartisan support,
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Larry King ‘Unequivocally Denies’ Groping Allegations Waged By Eddie Fisher’s Ex-Wife

Larry King ‘Unequivocally Denies’ Groping Allegations Waged By Eddie Fisher’s Ex-Wife
Larry King has hit back at claims that he groped singer and actor Eddie Fisher’s ex-wife, Terry Richard, on two separate occasions in the early aughts. Earlier this week, Richard told Daily Mail TV that King groped her on two different occasions, both at baseball awards dinners held at Universal Studios in Los Angeles.

Daily Mail TV reports that Richard “said in the first incident, while posing together for a photo, King slid his hand down her backless dress and rested his fingers in between her butt cheeks…Richard claims the second time was also while they were taking a photo together, and King, now 84, squeezed her butt so hard that it left a large bruise.”

Read More:Jeffrey Tambor May Not Quit ‘Transparent’ Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations After All

The first incident took place in 2005, the second just one year later in 2006. Richard told Daily Mail TV, “Larry King is a groper.
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Someone Created A Homemade Version Of The Last Jedi Trailer, And It’s Awfully Good

Anyone that says fans can’t come up with their own homemade trailer and make look awfully good needs to check this clip out. You’ve heard of low budget right? Well this is no budget and it’s not that bad really. They even managed to find a Porg to put in the Millennium Falcon to roar along with Chewbacca. As sets go it looks like something you might find in the reject pile of an old TV show but they make it work and get the trailer done. You can tell these folks are either Star Wars fans or are just

Someone Created A Homemade Version Of The Last Jedi Trailer, And It’s Awfully Good
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Young and the Restless Spoilers: Jack Struggles with Dina

Young and the Restless fans are going to see some of Jack’s struggles this week. He’s having a very difficult time looking after his mother, and it’s getting to him. He is a man accustomed to working his life his way in his own time. He has things going for him that few people are going to stop him to talk about, and we know that he has something going on with his work, his personal life, and now his mother. Things aren’t looking super good for him at this point in his life, and we aren’t sure we can

Young and the Restless Spoilers: Jack Struggles with Dina
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Flashpoint Gears Up to Start Filming

It looks as if Warner Bros is ploughing headlong into its pre-existing plans for the Dceu. They have recently announced that, despite Justice League’s universally negative reception and shockingly poor earnings at the box office, it will not effect future plans for the film franchise. This means that, unless something should change drastically in upcoming months, Aquaman will still release next December, Shazam will continue to assemble its cast and Flashpoint will still reset the whole film canon back to square one. Although the franchise has never been especially well received by the public, it has not been until Justice

Flashpoint Gears Up to Start Filming
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The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Thorne Kisses Brooke

The Bold and the Beautiful fans are going to see a major moment happen today. It’s not like there is a big secret with Thorne and Brooke. He has feelings for her, and it’s quite obvious. But she seems not to notice. We have to ask something, too, before we get to the good stuff. Does she really not see that he has feelings for her? Is she really that naïve? We think she might be, and we are a little confused how a grown woman is so confused about stuff like this. But to get to the point, and

The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Thorne Kisses Brooke
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