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In this post, you're voting on the social media candidates who will move on to the semifinals. This round begins on March 21 at 1 p.m. ET, and will end on March 25 at 1 p.m. ET. Vote as many times as you'd like, and be sure to spread the word to make sure your favorite TV stars move on to the next round.
Former "Doctor Who" star David Tennant is making a jump into the video game world with "Kinect Sports Rivals" on Xbox One.
"Game of Thrones" Season 4 is weeks away from premiering, and life is not easy for Tyrion Lannister in the new season. But at least it's still better than where fans will find him in a new chapter from the upcoming George R.R. Martin novel, "The Winds of Winter."
Ellen DeGeneres brought lucky "Wheel of Fortune" "new baby buggy" winner Emil de Leon on her show to play another round of the word game.
In a first look video from "Scooby-Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery," WWE stars John Cena and Vince McMahon meet Shaggy, Scooby and the gang.
You probably wouldn't find photos of Betty Draper naked in a bathtub floating around the internet. The same can't be said for "Mad Men" star January Jones.
James Bobin says directing a Muppet movie is a tough job to do, but he wouldn't trade it for anything.
Scooter Braun, otherwise known as Justin Bieber's manager, is working on a live action movie version of the 80s cartoon "Jem and the Holograms."
Louis C.K. thinks that the "Inside the Actors Studio" audience never amounts to much. But he missed Bradley Cooper, an audience member who got revenge in "American Hustle."
Dan Humphrey is a rock star, you guys. Penn Badgley, who played brooding high school gossip monger (xoxo, y'all) on "Gossip Girl" for five years, is now the singer in a Brooklyn-based indie rock band called Mother.
Justin Timberlake is on the hunt for a couple who recently got engaged to one of his songs and he's enlisted Ellen DeGeneres to aid his search.
Brittany Daniel's three year absence from BET's "The Game" has finally been explained -- and, sadly, it's not a happy reason.
Did Jeremy Piven calling out Benedict Cumberbatch ignite a war between "Sherlock" and "Mr. Selfridge"?
ABC Family's "Alice in Arabia" has drawn criticism long before airing due to issues with Muslim stereotypes. A look at American TV's history with Muslim characters suggests these fears might be real.
Miss Piggy and Joan Rivers' feud rages on, but can the Muppet match her enemy's red carpet critiques?
The most frequently asked question asked to Justin Roiland about his Adult Swim series "Rick and Morty" is not anything related to the cartoon's plot. Instead, it's people asking when the show will start releasing merchandise.
President Barack Obama may be an ardent fan of "House of Cards," but that doesn't mean he thinks it's anything like his life in Washington.
On Wednesday (March 19), Johnny Weir revealed that he and husband Victor Voronov are ending their marriage after two years.
While John Travolta's public apology for his epic screwup of Idina Menzel's name at the Oscars may have been slightly lacking in any actual apology, but it turns out his private approach was much better.
While the Muppets may not be coming to "Modern Family," Ty Burrell is definitely ready to act with them more.