Need a ‘Penny Dreadful’ Refresher Before Season 3? Done!

There’s nothing on television like Showtime’s horror drama, “Penny Dreadful.” The drama, created by out writer/producer/playwright John Logan throws worlds of horror together to create a unique 19th Century world where fictional literary characters like Dorian Gray, Victor Frankenstein and his monster, Dr. Henry Jekyll and, new this season, characters from Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” all exist […]

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‘Orphan Black’ Interview: Jordan Gavaris on Felix’s Family Quest & Going Back in Time

If you’ve jumped into the current fourth season of “Orphan Black,” you know that much of the action is looking back to the time just before the pilot episode, where the clone-centric story kicked off. Besides our usual clones—Sarah, Allison, Cosima, Helena and Rachel—Tatiana Maslany is also busy playing Beth, who was the clone that committed […]

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VIDEO: Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie Break Down AMC’s ‘The Night Manager’

Last week, the premiere of AMC’s six-episode series “The Night Manager” brought the John le Carré bestseller to life with Tom Hiddleston as Jonathan Pine, the night manager at a luxurious Cairo hotel who gets pulled into a world of intrigue and risks that take on international proportions in the form of Richard Roper (Hugh Laurie). While not […]

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HOT! 8 Questions for ‘DWTS’ Contender Nyle DiMarco

You’d think after 21 seasons under its belt that a celebrity dance competition series like “Dancing with the Stars” would start to show some wear and tear, but honestly, Season 22 is just as thrilling and exciting as any previous installment. Sure, there are the contestants who you know are going to be eliminated in the […]

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Bryant Gumbel Has Something to Say About North Carolina’s HB2 Bill on ‘Real Sports’

On the HBO sports-centric series, “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.” politics don’t often come into the point of conversation but in Tuesday night’s broadcast, host/executive producer Bryant Gumbel had something to say about North Carolina’s recent passing of the anti-LGBT bill, HB2. Here is the video of what he had to say:   [iframe http://www.youtube.com/embed/y9jWcQLYw9U 560 […]

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‘The Real O’Neals’ Builds on Lead-In, Takes over the Abbey in West Hollywood

Maybe it was the go-go boys or just another stellar episode, but last night’s episode of “The Real O’Neals” saw ABC’s freshman sitcom build on it’s lead-in (a rerun of “Fresh Off The Boat“) with 3 million viewers and 0.8/3 in AD18-49. According to an ABC press release, the comedy “outdrew FOX’s ‘New Girl‘ head-to-head in the half-hour […]

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Tribeca: Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda Talk ‘Grace and Frankie,’ and Who Is a Good Kisser

There aren’t too many sitcoms on the air featuring people in their 70s that are a hit, but, then again, most sitcoms don’t have the combined force of longtime friends Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda. Neflix’s “Grace & Frankie” features the acclaimed actresses as two women who are left by their husbands at the same time […]

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‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’: How Bisexuality, Love Between Women Came to Be; Plus: Lea Salonga Guest Stars

If there’s one thing I got out of watching last night’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” it’s how a show as fun to watch with its musical numbers and fabulous characters is just as adept at conveying relevant messages in a subtle way (well, sometimes not that subtle, to be honest, but that works, too). From the oftentimes questionable […]

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