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These TV Shows Actually Were Real

May 3rd, 2015 2:00pm EDT
TV Shows So Insane You Won't Believe They're Real
We're in the middle of a TV golden age right now. Have been for the last decade and a half, really. But for every "Breaking Bad" or "Game of Thrones" or "Mad Men," there are just as many masterpieces of TV terribleness out there.

Shows so awful, so hare-brained, so obvious-to-anyone-with-a-pulse stupid that they have no right to exist. But they do, because at no point during the creative process did anyone stand up and say, "A sitcom about Hitler? Please don't."

And yes, there is a Hitler sitcom on this list (the title's a doozy). Plus nine other TV shows that will have you frantically Wi...
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'Survivor': The Alliance Of 6 Begins To Crumble

May 1st, 2015 7:20am EDT
Survivor : Worlds Apart – Shirin’s Out – Now The Cannibalizing B
Previously on, Survivor: Mike knew he was in trouble, and tried to buy an advantage at the auction. But Dan was the lucky one, winning a second vote at Tribal Council. Back at camp, Mike had no intention of going down without a fight. With the Hidden Immunity Idol already in his pocket, Mike won Individual Immunity. Facing Tribal Council, Mike tried to warn Dan and Sierra about being on the bottom, while Will made things personal with Shirin.

At Tribal Council, Shirin opened up about her past with a father who would verbally assault her. But it was Jenn that became the 10th person voted o...
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Child Star Mourned By Ray Romano

April 27th, 2015 10:44am EDT
Ray Romano Honors His TV Son, After Sawyer Sweeten Commits Suici
Fans of hit television show Everybody Loves Raymond were shocked last week when it was reported that Sawyer Sweeten, one of the child actors on the show, took his own life at the age of 19.

Sweeten played one of the children of the character of lead star Ray Romano. Now, Romano himself has spoken out to honor the memory of his television son in the aftermath of his death.

"I am terribly saddened, by the news. He was a wonderful and sweet kid to be around," Romano told the Daily Mail. "Just a great energy whenever he was there. My heart breaks for him, his family and his friends during thi...
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'The Good Wife': Kalinda's Exit Story Becomes Clear

April 27th, 2015 9:45am EDT
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'The Deconstruction' - How Doe
After The Good Wife blew up its State's Attorney storyline two weeks ago, we've been asking ourselves what this show is going to do, not just for the end of season six but for a potential season seven. In "The Deconstruction," we find out that it's a little bit of deja vu: toying with the same splitting-firms storyline from season five, except in this case everyone behaves like children.

Meanwhile, Kalinda's exit story finally becomes clear, as she takes big steps toward resolving the Lemond Bishop situation. But all you really need to know is that no one is happy with anyone and that some...
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Survivor Worlds Apart: 'Bring The Popcorn'

April 23rd, 2015 1:38pm EDT
Survivor : Worlds Apart – Jenn Finally Gets Her Wish – And An Ov
Previously on, Survivor: Joe, Shirin and Jenn were stuck on the bottom, against a majority alliance of seven. But Shirin had a plan to shake things up. She warned Mike about a secret alliance of Carolyn, Will, Tyler and Rodney within the seven. At Tribal Council it came down to two No Collars – Joe vs Jenn. In the end, they took out Joe, the biggest threat in challenges.

Nine are left. Who will be voted out tonight?

With Joe gone, Rodney tells Carolyn, Will and Tyler that the time is right to take out Mike. Mike overhears their conversation and realizes he’s got to find another advantag...
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Elyes Gabel On critically Acclaimed 'A Most Violent Year' And More

April 23rd, 2015 12:09pm EDT
Elyes Gabel Talks 'A Most Violent Year' And 'Scorpion'
Elyes Gabel co-stars alongside Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac in A Most Violent Year, the critically acclaimed film that is now available from Lionsgate. We talked to the star last week about his challenging role as Julian in the film, as well as his "day job" portraying Walter O'Brien in the CBS series Scorpion (as seen above), which has been renewed for a second season.

Read on to find out what Elyes had to say about A Most Violent Year and to discover an exclusive clip in which several of the film's actors talk about digging into the crime drama that also stars Alessandro Nivola, Davi...
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'Survivor': Good Guy Joe Sent Packing

April 16th, 2015 1:21pm EDT
Survivor : Worlds Apart
Previously on, Survivor: After the merge, Rodney had control of the majority alliance, as well as a secret alliance with Will, Tyler and Caroline. For Joe, it was a different story; his No Collars and Shirin were on the bottom. And even though he found the clue to the Hidden Immunity Idol, the majority alliance wouldn’t let him out of their sight. Mike beat him to the punch, and found the Idol.

At Tribal Council, sparks flew between Dan and Shirin. But it was Hali who was sent home.

Ten are left. Who will be voted out tonight?

Back at the beach, Shirin worries that she could be next to ...
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'The Good Wife' Doesn't Paint A Very Flattering Picture Of Chicago

April 13th, 2015 9:05am EDT
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Winning Ugly' - Crimes Come O
"Winning Ugly" is an apt title for this week's episode of The Good Wife, which focuses on all the bad things that the main characters didn't know that they were getting away with, and who's going to be held responsible now that they're no longer getting away with them.

Fresh off her email problem, Alicia faces a voter fraud investigation, while Diane Lockhart becomes aware that the evidence she used to save Cary from prison was actually manufactured by Kalinda. Needless to say, no one has clean hands. Except for maybe Finn.

Alicia is looking all despondent as she watches a CBS News report...
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'Survivor’: Eleven Are Left, Who Gets Voted Off?

April 9th, 2015 11:28am EDT
Survivor - Hali Is Blindsided
Previously on, Survivor: After 17 days, Nagarote and Escameca finally merged, to form an new tribe they called #Merica. And at the first Immunity Challenge, Joe again outlasted all the rest. Facing Tribal Council, Mike tested Will’s allegiance by asking him to vote for Hali, while the rest of his alliance voted for Jenn.

But the real battle for power was between the Blue Collars, who were targeting Jenn, versus the No Collars, who were targeting Kelly, with White Collar in the middle, deciding who would gain control. At Tribal Council, Shirin stuck with the No Collars, while Tyler, Caroli...
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'The Good Wife' Leaked Email Drama Continues

April 6th, 2015 9:24am EDT
'The Good Wife' Recap And Review: 'Loser Edit' - Spin The Emails
After last week's mess of political scheming and Internet hacking, Alicia Florrick has a lot of questions to answer. But in "Loser Edit," this week's episode of The Good Wife, she's still trying to get out of answering them, this time with some help from Peter.

Meanwhile, Diane is pulled into a highly charged argument, and everyone else finally catches on to Kalinda, but is it too little, too late? Things aren't looking good (pun intended) for any of the show's leading ladies.

Reporter Petra Moritz (a returning Lily Rabe from American Horror Story) is putting together a piece on Alicia's ...
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