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'Pretty Little Liars' Star Lucy Hale On Filming Creepy Scenes And What's Next For Aria

The sixth season of "Pretty Little Liars" has, hands down, been the scariest one yet. We've seen enough creepy porcelain dolls to last us a lifetime, we watched Maddie Ziegler perform a dark, twisted dance routine in Spencer's dreams, and the liars were trapped in a freaking doll house and tortured for two weeks. Show More Summary

Brooke Hogan Defends Father Hulk Hogan’s Racist Comments

Brooke Hogan has taken to her father Hulk Hogan's defense, but sadly, she's going about it in the wrong way. The 27-year-old star told Entertainment Tonight that she's standing by her father following his racist comments revealed in a recently leaked tape. Show More Summary

Here Are All The Amazing Careers Launched By 'The Daily Show' In One Video

CORRESPONDENTS, ASSEMBLE!  It's almost tough to comprehend all the talent that has made its way through the halls of "The Daily Show."  Lucky for you, the good folks at Digg have assembled a video of all the now famous personalities to come out of the show, from their first appearances ever to present gigs. Show More Summary

Miss Piggy Says Her Breakup With Kermit Will Be 'Great For Moi's Stardom'

Kermit and Miss Piggy have definitely broken up, and the porcine star is 100 percent fine with that.  She's got a new show this fall, and at a press appearance, she was focused on the positive.  “This will be great for moi’s stardom,”...Show More Summary

'Bachelor In Paradise' Season 2, Episode 1 & 2: Welcome To Hell -- And A Beach

It's not "Almost Paradise" anymore -- "Bachelor in Paradise" has finally arrived, and in abundance. The first week's episodes, three hours in total, offered all the laughter, tears, making out and backstabbing we could possibly hope for. Show More Summary

On 'Rectify,' There Is No Cure for Solitary Confinement

HBO's Oz, set in a fictional maximum-security prison in upstate New York, used twisted, shocking violence to gain its reputation as, in the words of one TV critic writing at the time of its premiere in 1997, "the most violent and graphically...Show More Summary

Amy Schumer Is Jennifer Lawrence's Friend, But She Doesn't Like Taking Photos With Her

Last week, the Internet pretty much exploded when a photo of Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence -- two of the coolest ladies in Hollywood -- riding a jet ski together surfaced.  The "Trainwreck" star shared the photo on her InstagramShow More Summary

The Sexism A Young Barbara Walters Faced When She 'Asked The Tough Questions'

Barbara Walters is known for being one of the most seasoned interviewers in broadcast journalism, but when she entered the field more than 50 years ago, it was a man's world. As Walters worked to make a name for herself, she discovered what an uphill battle it was for female journalists in the male-dominated industry. Show More Summary

Gina Rodriguez Has An Affair To Remember On ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’

If you’re going to sweep Gina Rodriguez off her feet, you’re going to need a hand -- or two. The “Jane the Virgin” star was the celebrity guest on Monday’s episode of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?,” playing alongside the show’s improv veterans Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Jeff Davis. Show More Summary

Kim Kardashian And Friends Try On Masks And Eat Beignets In New Orleans

It may not be Mardi Gras in New Orleans, but Kim Kardashian and her friends are still having fun in The Big Easy. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star shared a series of Instagram photos of herself and her friends having a blast in the Louisiana city. Show More Summary

Movies These Days Have A Lot More CGI Than You Might Realize

Think you can tell what’s real and what’s ‘shopped in big-budget movies? Think again, says RocketJump Film School’s Freddie Wong.  In his defense of computer-generated imagery, or CGI, Wong tosses the common belief that such effects turn good movies bad out the window by presenting us with this awesome mashup of effects. Show More Summary

Max Von Sydow To Play Three-Eyed Raven On 'Game Of Thrones' Season 6

With the recent casting news, Season 6 of "Game of Thrones" is destined to be legendary. On Monday, Entertainment Weekly reported that film legend Max von Sydow ("The Exorcist," "Minority Report" and the upcoming "Star Wars Episode VII") is joining Season 6 in a role fans are already familiar with. Show More Summary

TV highlights: ABC Family’s ‘Job or No Job’ premieres

(All times Eastern.)RETURNING SHOW: Tyra Banks’s modeling competition, “America’s Next Top Model” (CW at 8), returns for season 22.FINALE WATCH: “Life on the Reef” (PBS at 8) concludes as animals and humans near the Great Barrier Reef ready themselves for a coming cyclone.Read full article >>

'So You Think You Can Dance' sends home Asaf Goren and Marissa Milele, determines Top 14

So You Think You Can Dance eliminated two dancers -- one Stage dancer and one Street dancer -- which determined the twelfth season's Top 14 contestants during Monday night's Fox broadcast.

Kelly Osbourne offends Latinos with toilet-cleaning remark when trying to bash Donald Trump on 'The View'

Kelly Osbourne has a history of defending the offended, especially when it comes to racist remarks, but what happens when you accidentally become the offender?

Taraji P. Henson Is More Than "Just Fine" When Mary J. Blige Surprises Her on Lip Sync Battle—Watch Now!

Watch your back Lucious Lyon! Terrence Howard may be bringing his A-game to Lip Sync Battle Thursday night. But little does he know that his Empire co-star has some serious tricks up her...

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