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'Big Brother' Sees A Power Shift & More

7/31/2015 8:48am EDT
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Our national nightmare is over! Battle of the Block is finally over. This twist has been a plague on Big Brother for two seasons and hopefully this episode has finally put it to bed forever. Now that the house is split into two warring alliances and they aren’t forced to put up at least 4 people every week, people can finally target each other without letting dumb twists stop them.

Here are the top moments from Week 5 Eviction:

Post Veto Meltdown

The fallout of Jason’s nomination is delicious. Finally, Jason, Meg, Jackie, and James have to wake up to the fact that they’re on the bottom o...
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'Big Brother': Jason Gets Blindsided And More

7/30/2015 8:55am EDT
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Finally, something happens in the house that draws a line in the sand. Big Brother is always more satisfying when there are two strong sides of alliances, battling each other. Up until this point, Vanessa, Shelli, and Clay have done an amazing job making it look like they’re everybody’s friend and that there are only a few outsiders. Even with Audrey proclaiming that the Sixth Sense alliance was moving to wipe them all out, the underdog group refused to see that they weren’t with the majority. But with one move, Vanessa showed her hand and now there’s no way Jason, Meg, Jackie, and James do...
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'BB17': Julia Is The Superior Twin & More

7/27/2015 8:37am EDT
BB17 - Liz and Julia
Battle of the Block is a drama killer. It’d be one thing if it only lasted a few weeks, in order to force the creation of strong alliances and keep bigger characters in the house. But it goes on for far too long and creates the need to constantly backdoor targets and put up the same people every week. This biggest fear is that this has become a permanent fixture in the game, the way that the Power of Veto started off as a twist and become just another part of the game. This twist kills drama, lasts forever, and ensures that alliances like Sixth Sense stay in power for four weeks in a row wi...
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Who Was Sent Home On ‘Big Brother’ Last Night?

7/24/2015 8:32am EDT
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The Audrey Show’s been cancelled. And it’s a real bummer. 90% of the interesting content from BB17 has come from her actions, gameplay, and personality. If she hadn’t played so hard, so fast, she probably would have made it much further in the game. People in the house loved her and wanted to be a part of her positive story, but the constant rumor mongering turned people against her hardcore. However, she also set the tone for the entire season. If she didn’t play so hard, maybe the other players wouldn’t have followed her leave. Who knows what the season will hold without her? Without the ...
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Paula Abdul Recreates Her Iconic 1989 Hit [WATCH]

7/23/2015 8:54am EDT
Paula Abdul And James Corden Recrate 'Opposites Attract' On 'Lat
You just might not be able to unsee James Corden as MC Skat Kat in a live-action recreation of Paula Abdul's "Opposites Attract."

Corden, host of "The Late, Late Show" recreated the iconic 1989 tune with Abdul when she guested on his talk show.

The host, who has donned a wedding dress while shopping with Iggy Azalea, seems game for anything, but this was pushing the limits even for him.

In the memorable duet, Corden even recreated some of the iconic dance moves of the video with the former Laker girl turned celebrity choreographer, reality star and "American Idol" judge.

MC Skat Kat w...
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'BB17' Week 4 Veto Rundown

7/23/2015 8:44am EDT
'Big Brother' Review: Memorable Moments From Week 4 Veto, Audrey
How can the season with the best feeds in years be such a disappointing TV show? Many feed watchers were excited to see this episode after everything that happened before the veto ceremony, only to see a watered down lie on the air. What narrative are they trying to sell? That Shelli is a victim of Audrey? Making it look like this wasn’t planned from the start (it was) makes Audrey look more paranoid than in reality. Is all of this in service of not making the season’s only solid showmance, not the villains? Because it’s far too late for that.

Worst of all, after weeks of complaining, the ...
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Does CBS's 'Supergirl' Have What It Takes To Succeed?

7/21/2015 12:07pm EDT
Supergirl
CBS's Supergirl is the most talked-about new series of the fall, and Starpulse had the opportunity to learn more about it during San Diego Comic-Con. We spoke to executive producer Greg Berlanti, as well as supporting actors Mehcad Brooks and Jeremy Jordan, to find out what's so super about the latest DC Universe show to hit the airwaves.

Given their successes with Arrow and The Flash, are the producers bringing anything from those series to Supergirl? "We try and make every one different from the other ones," explained Greg. "Obviously, you learn a lot of things. You learn structurally, y...
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Emmy Nominees And Their Social Media Responses Are Classic

7/17/2015 9:22am EDT
2015 Emmy Award Nominations
After much anticipation, the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations are here -- albeit with a bit of controversy aka funny.

It's that time of the year when your favorite actors, actresses, directors, writers, you name it (still, nothing for the celeb assistants who tolerate their idiosyncratic bosses) are showered with accolades for their perennial roles and endearing projects.

Not surprisingly, HBO and Game of Thrones left everyone and everything in the dust. And, yes, there is always a bit of controversy for Emmy Award nominations. This year's snub-rant award for the 2014-2015 televisio...
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Best Moments From 'Big Brother' Week 5 Eviction

7/17/2015 8:17am EDT
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There’s something off about the editing this season. While it’s still worlds better than the bore-fest that was BB16, the focus on competitions has pulled too much focus away from a great cast. Plus the constant twists get in the way off the really interesting characters and their relationships. We hardly know anything about cast members like Jackie, Becky, Jason, and Meg, but we do know that some dude named Gronk likes to party. Maybe that’s why they didn’t bother to introduce a new Takeover Twist at the end of this episode. If there was less focus on the compulsory parts like competitions...
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'Big Brother' 17 Crazy Cast Continues To Entertain Us

7/13/2015 8:32am EDT
'Big Brother' Review: The Hilarity Of Week 2 Nominations
Although this season of Big Brother hasn’t done well with capturing the pure insanity that is the live feeds, it has done well creating an entertaining season. A lot of that comes down to having a likable and fun cast. (No racists or delusional nutbags for the first time in a long while???) This episode was one of the funniest, in part due to the absurdity of the twin twist, the ridiculous game of telephone when it comes to information, and colorful characters. Now if only the show would do away with overly long competitions and unnecessary twists, we’d have a real incredible season. This c...
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