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Kalinda Will Appear On The Good Wife Again

TV shows have been losing a lot of major characters this season, and no, we?re not just talking about those killed off on Game of Thrones. Last week, a big character saw his exit on Grey?s Anatomy, and this week, The Good Wife?s Kalinda Sharma also made her long-anticipated exit on the series. Or did she?Click To Continue Reading

Oscar-Nominated Screenwriter Dies — He May Have Created at Least One TV Show You Loved

An Oscar-nominated screenwriter who was a part of a dynastic Hollywood family has died. The Los Angeles Times reports that Don M. Mankiewicz died Saturday at his home in Monrovia, Calif. His son said the 93-year-old Mankiewicz did of congestive...

Why Marvel Are Annoyed With Joss Whedon

The Marvel Universe has always been somewhat confusing, and it’s gotten even more confusing over the past several years because of both the movies and the TV shows. One of the biggest points of interest that currently confuses Marvel...Show More Summary

Every new movie and TV show you can stream on Netflix this week (Apr. 26 – May 2)

It’s that time of the week again, and BGR is bringing you a roundup of the best new Netflix movies and shows for your streaming pleasure. A lot of your time is wasted by looking around Netflix for something you haven’t seen yet, so this update will save you some precious ticks on the clock. Show More Summary

I Watched Every Full House & Want to Die

12 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

One man watched and documented every single episode of the TV show in the last decade, and he can confirm: It truly is the worst of all of us, and something should be done to prevent it from coming back.

Reality TV Listings: April 26 – May 1

With so many reality TV shows coming and going lately, we decided to gather up the reality TV listings every week for Sunday through Friday. This week brings us part one of the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion and the Dancing with the Stars 10th Anniversary special. Show More Summary

The cofounder and CFO of Box once made an awkward appearance on a reality TV show

Aaron Levie and Dylan Smith, cofounders of newly public cloud software company Box, are now worth more than $100 million combined, the Wall Street Journal reports. Before they achieved fame in the tech world, however, Smith made an appearance as an eligible bachelor on Bravo's "Millionaire Matchmaker" reality show. Show More Summary

Fact Beats Fiction: The Best TV Shows Teaching Science

We could all stand to learn a little more science. Science governs our day-to-day lives, and understanding how the world works is one way to be more appreciative of everything around us, both now and in the future. Arguably, the most...Show More Summary

Life Is Strange: episodic video games prove as addictive as episodic TV

Games structured like prestige TV shows present unique difficulties – having to essentially build different games – but also unique opportunities: ‘It’s really cool to be able to react to what your community likes about it as you’re making it’ Continue reading...

Summer brings a boatload of new TV shows

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

Summer used to be all about reruns, but now it's a time when networks bring out a slew of fresh programming.

Erm, Chelsea? Frank Lampard’s face drops when Holly Willoughby calls him a Man City legend [Video]

Erm, what about Chelsea?! Frank Lampard, Chelsea’s all-time leading goalscorer, who is now a Man City player until the end of the season, was a guest on the TV show Play to the Whistle this week in England. The show is hosted by Holly Willoughby, and her introduction for Lampard labelled the midfielder a “Man City and […]

New Cut of 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Featuring Rogue Out "This Summer"

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

There's always been stories about movies and TV shows where entire characters were cut from the final version. Sometimes it's noticeable, sometimes it's not. In the case of X-Men: Days of Future Past Anna Paquin's Rogue was cut from the...

Nearly 17 Million People Watched ABC's Bruce Jenner Interview

Diane Sawyer’s interview with Bruce Jenner attracted a very big audience Friday night on ABC. Just under 17 million people watched the tastefully-done two-hour telecast, a big number for any TV show these days but particularly impressive because the chat aired on Fridays, when viewing levels are generally down. The... More »

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When I was a kid, I naively believed that the actors and actresses "owned" the TV shows and theatrical movies in which they appeared. I actually believed that John Wayne owned The Searchers, Burt Lancaster owned Elmer Gantry, and Lorne...Show More Summary

New TV Show Seeks to Break Down Borders by Breaking Bread Together

In the new Travel Channel series “Breaking Borders,” Chef Michael Voltaggio and co-host Mariana van Zeller visit former conflict zones and regions where ethnic and political tensions still boil, and use food to start conversations between foes.

Bruce Jenner Sex Change: ABC Reveals That The One True Kardashian Story Is That An Olympian Man Becomes A Woman

Bruce Jenner the Olympian male sports icon, revealed the one true story from the reality TV show, Keeping up with the Kardashians, with a heart felt plea for support as he transitions from a man to a woman. Bruce Jenner and the Kardashian...Show More Summary

If the Apple Watch Were Featured in Famous Movies and TV Shows

What if Apple Watch, the iPhone-maker’s first smart wearable/luxury timepiece, had been introduced years ago and adopted into the scripts of famous movies and television shows?

The Average Day over Time

2 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

(John Atkinson/Wrong Hands) Cartoonist John Atkinson has a theme: he creates charts showing how things change over time, such as the typical song, the typical movie, and the typical TV show. His most recent cartoon shows the average day of a person from babyhood to the final years. His model of adulthood seems just about right.

Daredevil Wants In On ‘Captain America: Civil War’

Charlie Cox, the titular hero of the Daredevil TV show, has said that he would love to be in Captain America: Civil War, due to the fact that that’s what happens in the comics. According to reports, Cox would be extremely happy to see Daredevil have some form of cameo role in the film. Show More Summary

THE FLASH Writers Re-Imagine PROFESSOR ZOOM For June

Flash's nemesis in the comics and the TV show, the Reverse-Flash, gets a new origin and a new costume.

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