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Catherine Tregenna will become the fifth-ever woman to write for the show, and the first in six years.
Pulling back the voice-over curtain.
Using his powers of sarcastic mockery only for good.
And all tasty tidbits we could scrounge.
She's going full JLaw.
Sure, it isn't quite Thanksgiving here in the states yet, but it's never too early to sit down and list the things that make you say thanks.
5 Shows After Dark
Bob Hope never had a definitive biography. That sounds like the setup for a Red Buttons routine. But seriously, perhaps the most towering comedian and entertainer of he 20 th century never got a definitive biography. The key word is “definitive.” Hope put his name on several ghostwritten memoirs. Show More Summary
Benedict Cumberbatch has been leading the march to Oscar glory since "The Imitation Game" won the Audience Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. He stars in Morten Tyldum's film as Alan Turing, the man who led the chargeShow More Summary
Damn it, 'Dancing With the Stars,' stop making me like you.
Plus, 'True Detective' season two, and yes, Dallas is better than Philly.
The Cage is done with your shit.
With special guest Vivian Kane.
Plus, her thoughts on 'Gamergate' and the size difference between her and NFL players.
Editor's note: Jürgen Fauth, longtime film critic for About.com, was born in Germany, raised in the United States, studied creative writing and film in both countries, and settled in Germany in the '90s. He is a fiction writer, editor and translator who co-founded the German-language literary magazine Der Brennende Busch as well as Fictionaut. Show More Summary
Plus Jennifer Aniston opens up about the inspiration behind "The Rachel." (Spoiler: It was drugs.)
And the Oscar race is... oh, shut up.
Check out the trailer for Joe Wright's Peter Pan origin story.
Trailer. Trailer. WE'VE GOT TRAILER HERE!