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Sophie Turner's New Tattoo Will Make 'Game Of Thrones' Fans Howl

On “Game of Thrones,” the Three-Eyed Raven says, “The past is already written, the ink is dry.” Now the ink is dry on Sophie Turner, too. The actress showed off a brand-new look on Instagram on Monday, and it proves she’s a Stark through and through. Show More Summary

Robert Downey Jr. To Defend The Innocent In 'Perry Mason' Revival Series At HBO

The last time Robert Downey Jr. was on television, babies were dancing naked and Ally McBeal was possibly responsible for the death of feminism. Ah, the early 2000s. Downey is now in talks to revive his long-gestating “Perry Mason” project...Show More Summary

Fyvush Finkel, 'Boston Public' And 'Picket Fences' Actor, Dead At 93

Fyvush Finkel, the Emmy Award–winning actor known for his work in theater and on TV, has died, his son confirmed. He was 93. Finkel died early Sunday morning in Manhattan, his son Ian told The Associated Press. The actor had reportedly been suffering with heart problems for months. “He did everything,” Ian Finkel told the AP. Show More Summary

Leslie Jones Is Living Her Best Life At The Rio Olympics

In case you missed it because you were too busy watching the actual athletic events or something, national treasure Leslie Jones has landed in Rio after her patriotic Olympic tweets earned her a ticket from NBC. And ever since the “Ghostbusters”...Show More Summary

Comedy Central Cancels 'The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore'

Comedy Central has decided to pull the plug on “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.” According to Variety, Thursday, Aug. 18, will be the comedian’s last show and the network will instead air Chris Hardwick’s pop culture quiz show “@Midnight” in the 11:30 p.m. Show More Summary

Joseph Pupo, The Kid Who Played Brady Hobbes On 'Sex And The City,' Is All Grown Up

If you were (or still are) an avid watcher of “Sex and the City,” you know Brady Hobbes: the young red-headed son of Miranda Hobbes and Steve Brady played by actor Joseph Pupo on the HBO show. Now, Pupo is all grown up. Shocking, weShow More Summary

This Baby Dressed As Baby Groot Is The Cutest Thing In The Galaxy

Just when you think it doesn’t get any better than Baby Groot, “Guardians of the Galaxy” fans go and do something like this. Ladies, gentlemen, raccoons and everyone else, the moment you’ve been waiting for... Here’s an actual baby dressed...Show More Summary

The First Trailer For 'Rob & Chyna' Is Here And It's Just As Dramatic As We'd Hoped

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian have kept pretty quiet since their relationship had been rumored to be floundering in July. But now, we finally have a glimpse at what may have caused all that trouble (aside from mastermind Kris Jenner,...Show More Summary

Bachelorette Party Crashes BBC's Live Olympic Coverage

The BBC’s coverage of the Olympic Games was interrupted on Saturday night by a boisterous bachelorette party. Host Dan Walker was presenting live on BBC Four from Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana beach when a bride-to-be crashed the set.Show More Summary

Buying A Used Car? John Oliver Has The Ugly Truth About Auto Loans

Is there another subprime loan crisis brewing? John Oliver, host of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight,” found disturbing similarities between the easy loans dished out for used cars and the mortgage crisis that devastated the economy in 2008. Now,...Show More Summary

On MTV's 'True Life,' Orlando Survivors Offer Pleas For Gun Reform

The Huffington Post got a sneak peek at the Aug. 15 installment of MTV’s acclaimed “True Life” series, which focuses on how the survivors of the June 12 mass shooting in Orlando, Florida are readjusting to life after the tragedy. InShow More Summary

Sarah Paulson's 'AHS' Hint Adds Evidence To Charles Manson Theory

Last week, we heard that “American Horror Story” is going to great lengths to keep the subject matter of Season 6 under wraps. Thankfully for fans, there is Sarah Paulson. Recently, HuffPost Entertainment gathered evidence supporting an “AHS” theory that Charles Manson would appear in the upcoming season. Show More Summary

Your Favorite '90s Nicktoon, 'Rocko's Modern Life,' Is Back!

In honor of 25 years of Nickelodeon’s original animation, the studio got you a birthday present. “Rocko’s Modern Life,” your fave Nicktoon from the ‘90s, is officially coming back in an original one-hour TV special. According to a Nickelodeon...Show More Summary

When Will We See Jennifer Lawrence In A TV Show?

You can be highbrow. You can be lowbrow. But can you ever just be brow? Welcome to Middlebrow, a weekly examination of pop culture. A report this week suggested that David O. Russell ? one of the most pugnacious yet highly regarded film directors of our time, which his visible middle initial makes fairly obvious ? is working on a TV series. Show More Summary

James Corden Is Bringing Even More Celebrity Rap Battles To Your TV

James Corden’s schedule just got a little bit busier. TBS announced Thursday that the late-night talk show host will executive produce a new show called “Drop the Mic,” according to Variety. The new series is based on a recurring bit from Corden’s “The Late Late Show,” but Corden himself will not appear on the show. Show More Summary

2016 Might Be A Hellscape, But At Least Joey And Chandler From 'Friends' Still Love Each Other

Amid the unrelenting nightmare that is 2016, it’s comforting to know there’s one thing that’s managed to remain the same in the face of the Trumpocalypse, the slow, painful death of network television and Ross Geller playing a Kardashian. That’s...Show More Summary

Despite 8 Years On TV, The Kardashians Are Painfully Awkward When Given A Script

Kris Jenner and her band of employees daughters grace magazine covers as often as we go to the grocery store, but Kendall Jenner’s newest Vogue cover puts the rest to shame. The supermodel is on the cover of the magazine’s famed September...Show More Summary

'I Dream Of Jeannie' Star Says The Show Was 'Never, Ever' Sexist

Since it first aired in the 1960s, there have been two very different schools of thought regarding the television series “I Dream of Jeannie.” Some have called it sexist, with its blonde lead character ? a genie played by Barbara Eden...Show More Summary

23 Tweets That Prove The Olympics Can Turn Anyone Into A Patriot

By now it’s safe to say that Team USA is snagging gold medals left and right at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Between Michael Phelps winning his 20th gold medal and Simone Biles’ jaw-dropping floor routine, there’s a lot of American pride...Show More Summary

One 'Walking Dead' Character Will Be Around 'For The Long Haul'

There’s one “Walking Dead” character we know is safe after the Season 6 finale. He’s the only one who’s definitely not in pee-pee pants city, and now it appears he’s going to be around for a while. While talking with The Huffington Post, “Walking Dead” artist Charlie Adlard revealed, “Negan is definitely back. Show More Summary

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