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Watch: Third Trailer For 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron'

March 4th, 2015 9:41pm EST
Marvel Drops Epic Third Trailer For 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron'
The third trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron has arrived, and the new 2:18 glimpse at the film, which hits theaters on May 1, reveals more of Ultron's plans to wipe out humanity.

"I was designed to save the world. People would look to the sky and see... hope," he says. "I'll take that from them first."

The new trailer gives away a lot more of the plot, like the fact that Ultron was created by Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and was part of a plan to help protect the world and not become a maniacal villain bent on the extinction of the human race.

Ultron isn't alone, either. Two...
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'Justified' Recap And Review: 'The Hunt' - One Marshal And A Baby

March 4th, 2015 10:06am EST
Justified
Remember when Raylan Givens became a father? The baby Givens has been understandably overlooked for most of the final season of Justified, but Willa is front and center in "The Hunt," along with her mother Winona (a returning Natalie Zea) and oh yeah, all those bad guys we're still trying to find.

Picking up where last week's episode left off, Raylan, Rachel, Tim and associates are still looking for the wounded Ty Walker (Garret Dillahunt), who isn't going to get any help from Markham or surviving henchman Seabass (Scott Grimes), whom Markham bribes to abandon his former CO.

But Raylan ba...
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'Sirens' Review: 'Let Pythons Be Pythons' - Nobody Likes A Snake

March 4th, 2015 8:04am EST
'Sirens' Review: 'Let Pythons Be Pythons' - Nobody Likes A Snake
If you couldn't tell from the title, this week's episode of Sirens involves a python. "Let Pythons Be Pythons" is about two different situations that get out of control - unfortunately, though, they're two stories that you know pretty well by now, so what results is an installment that's good for some understanding laughs but very much follows the numbers.

Why the heck is Brian narrating everything? Apparently he thinks he needs to dictate his memoirs. Everyone else thinks he's just annoying, and for once, we're going to have to agree with them. At least he doesn't start referring to himse...
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Jimmy Fallon And Kelly Clarkson Perform A Medley Of Classic Duets (Watch!)

March 3rd, 2015 3:12pm EST
Kelly Clarkson And Jimmy Fallon Run Through The 'History Of Duet
Kelly Clarkson joined Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" Monday night to promote her new album, "Piece By Piece."

Before Kelly performed for the audience, Jimmy mentioned that he read an article recently in which the former American Idol winner said she struggles to find people to duet with.

"I don't understand, I would love to do a duet with Kelly Clarkson," Fallon said.

"Did somebody say duet?" Clarkson said as she emerged from backstage.

The two then went into a medley of the history of duets, which we hope ends up as a recurring bit on the show, much like Fallon and pal Justin Timbe...
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TV Preview: 'Hell's Kitchen' Season 14

March 3rd, 2015 2:09pm EST
TV Preview: 'Hell's Kitchen' Season 14
With MasterChef Junior over, FOX turns to the fourteenth season of Hell's Kitchen to provide the network with its regular dose of Gordon Ramsay. But is the latest edition of the cooking competition worth the watch, especially as it's now pitted against NBC's The Voice?

To give you an idea of this show's longevity, Hell's Kitchen now has exactly the same number of seasons as American Idol. You know generally what to expect when you tune in, especially to tonight's premiere episode.

Every season always starts with the signature dish challenge, in which cooks whip up their best work for Rams...
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5 Reasons To Be Excited About Wednesday's 'Suits' Season Finale

March 3rd, 2015 12:02pm EST
Suits
Tomorrow is the fourth season finale of USA's Suits, and we're more excited for this than we have been any concluding episode since...well, since the third season finale of Suits. The show has been impressive this cycle, finding a way to legitimately shake up its status quo and not showing any signs of slowing down, so there's no reason to believe Wednesday's closer won't be must-see TV.

But in case you need more convincing, here are our five reasons why you should be excited about the season finale of Suits.

SPOILER ALERT: The following contains discussion of season four up to and includ...
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'The Voice' Recap: 'Season 8 Blind Auditions, Part 3' - Adam Levine's Blind Audition

March 3rd, 2015 9:01am EST
'The Voice' Recap: 'Season 8 Blind Auditions, Part 3' - Adam Lev
The second week of blind auditions on The Voice began Monday, with more singers taking the stage at Universal Studios Hollywood hoping to land the remaining spots on four superstar teams.

Adam Levine has three of his twelve artists picked out, while Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera each have four and Pharrell Williams a whopping five. That means we're halfway to complete. Who's in and who's out? Which coach decided to see if they could turn some chairs? And what could have been done without? Let's get to it.

Kelsie May, "You're Looking At Country"
Chairs: Three (Blake, Christina and P...
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Dakota Johnson Hosts SNL With Musical Guest Alabama Shakes -- Watch All The Highlights!

March 1st, 2015 4:00am EST
Saturday Night Live
"SNL" returned to its regularly scheduled time slot after its 40th anniversary and … this episode didn't feel like the comedown show after a big special so much as it felt like the type of episode that follow the ones that preceded it.

Fresh off the record-breaking box-office of "Fifty Shades of Grey," Dakota Johnson stopped by to host for the first time, on a series that is still strongly favoring original material, and at its best when that material gets weird (which usually happens with the pre-recorded shorts).

Johnson brought a surprising and surprisingly effective mellow charm that ...
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Is This The Funniest 'Impractical Jokers' Moment Ever?

February 27th, 2015 10:12am EST
Is This The Funniest 'Impractical Jokers' Moment Ever?
Our friends the Impractical Jokers know how to get laughs, but in this week's episode - appropriately titled "Elevating the Game" - they may have outdone themselves thanks to some dumb luck and James Murray's willingness to play dumb.

In the episode's opening bit, the Jokers are working the counter at a local burger joint (maybe White Castle finally had enough of them). By total chance, the unsuspecting customer Murr waits on happens to be a friend of the establishment's owner.

Once the Jokers production team finds that little fact out, they take Murr's turn to a whole new level of hilari...
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'Archer' Recap And Review: 'The Kanes' - Meet The Parents

February 27th, 2015 9:05am EST
Archer
Season six of Archer has gotten some mileage out of how terrible a grandmother Malory is going to be (four words: "in a white church"), so it's natural that the show would now introduce baby AJ's maternal grandparents. That's the premise of "The Kanes," in which Archer meets Lana's parents and Lana's parents meet the insanity that is Archer.

Heading to San Francisco for this family reunion, we get the full briefing: both of Lana's parents hail from academia, which somewhat explains how she ended up as a protester before joining the spy game.

But Claudette and Lemuel Kane don't know that; ...
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