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"I tried to eat well on $4 a day; this is what happened" - Smart Living Video: 10 classic ways to get your apple fix this Fall - Food Stylish home decor shops tailored for 30-somethings - Home The OITNB cast's Emmy style is anythingShow More Summary
Uzo Aduba is riding high on the success of her Netflix series, Orange is the New Black, but she didn't have an easy road to the role that's made her famous. We caught up with the star on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards to talk with her about her remarkable journey. Watch to hear her truly inspiring words about the power of believing in yourself.
Warning: do not read unless you've watched the Summer finale of Pretty Little Liars! We've been looking forward to the Summer finale of Pretty Little Liars for weeks now. When we first learned about the aptly titled "Fatal Finale," our heads began spinning with theories on who they'd kill off. Show More Summary
We caught up with Girls star and creator Lena Dunham on the Emmys red carpet. Watch to see what the actor and writer had to say about her much talked-about Giambattista Valli look and whether the personal, brutally honest nature of her upcoming memoir, Not That Kind of Girl, ever gave her second thoughts.
There are a ton of great-looking movies coming out this Fall, in a time that's known for being packed with excellent films. This season, there happens to be a large concentration of adaptations, and many of them of books that many of us loved dearly. Show More Summary
Resident Teen Wolf heartthrob Dylan O'Brien is heading to the big screen with The Maze Runner, a film adaptation of James Dashner's popular YA novel. O'Brien plays Thomas, a teen who wakes up to find that he's been transported to a community of boys he's never met before who live in the center of a large maze. Show More Summary
Aaron Paul won another Emmy for his role on Breaking Bad this week, but did you know that Jesse Pinkman wasn't even supposed to make it past season one? That's right, and similar fates were planned for a lot of your beloved TV characters. Show More Summary
Though it's set to be confirmed tomorrow during Good Morning America, Us Weekly is reporting that Chris Soules is the next Bachelor. The farm boy from Iowa was a finalist on Andi's season of The Bachelorette and was a fan favorite. It's nice to see the corn-fed guy get a second chance at love; hopefully he'll get his own fairy-tale ending. Show More Summary
Watch the trailer for The Pyramid, starring an AHS actor - Moviefone Jon Hamm responded to Dr. Strange rumors - Moviepilot Get more McConaughey in a new Interstellar teaser - HuffPost Entertainment You might want to take a listen toShow More Summary
After seven seasons, True Blood finally met the true death, and while there were a lot of mixed reactions about the biggest shockers of the series finale, there was one scene in particular that was unanimously praised: Eric Northman, driving and bopping his head, in a car filled with dead bodies. Show More Summary
The Originals' first season ended on quite a few cliffhangers, and the season two trailer is here to clear up (at least some of) our questions. The cast revealed some interesting tidbits about a time jump and more during the show's Comic-Con...Show More Summary
Way before Spider-Man got rebooted with Andrew Garfield in the lead, there was a bit of a movement to get Community star Donald Glover to play Peter Parker. While that obviously didn't pan out, Glover will finally get to play Spider-Man in an episode of Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man: Web-Warriors animated series. Show More Summary
Bryan Cranston has come a long way since his family nicknamed him "Sneaky Pete" in his childhood. The Breaking Bad star beat out Matthew McConaughey and accepted the Emmy for outstanding lead actor in a drama series this week. His acceptance...Show More Summary
"Bang Bang" is already a huge hit, and now there's a video to go with it. Nicki Minaj, Jessie J, and Ariana Grande performed the song for the first time at the VMAs this weekend, and the video is even more awesome than we hoped for. Though it does have some stiff competition, given Minaj's bootylicious video for "Anaconda" that premiered last week. Show More Summary
The Emmy Awards have all been handed out, so it's time to start reflecting on this year's show. The winners weren't the only highlight of the broadcast, as host Seth Meyers handily steered the show, some unexpected moments pleasantly surprised us, and others had us feeling sentimental. Show More Summary
The entertainment community is still reeling from the tragic loss of Robin Williams, and the Television Academy paid tribute to the late actor during the Emmys this week. Billy Crystal took to the stage to tell stories about his close friend Williams, who apparently never turned off the charm. Show More Summary
Kevin Spacey, Jeff Daniels, Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson, and Jon Hamm were all left out in the cold when Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston took home the Emmy for outstanding lead actor in a drama. Though Cranston was favored to win, McConaughey was a close second for his work on True Detective. Show More Summary
Billy Eichner showed up at the Emmys and presented a special treat: an Emmys-themed episode of Billy on the Street, costarring Seth Meyers. Watch him as he hits up the streets in hopes of giving a dollar to random pedestrians who agree with his opinions. Show More Summary
The 2014 Emmy Awards are currently underway, and there's been no shortage of quotable moments. Host Seth Meyers delivered a hilarious opening monologue, Jimmy Kimmel skewered Matthew McConaughey, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus burned Bryan Cranston's award show look. Check out the best quotes so far, and check back as we update with more throughout the show!
Seth Meyers delivered one heck of an opening monologue at the Emmys tonight. He served up good burns to NBC, How I Met Your Mother, Duck Dynasty fans, and more. He also sang the praises of television, the friend that is always there for you. The show is still going on now, but let us know what you thought of the opening monologue!