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Whoa! There’s ‘Serious Talk’ of a ‘Blossom’ Reboot, Joey Lawrence Says (Video)

Whoa! There’s ‘Serious Talk’ of a ‘Blossom’ Reboot, Joey Lawrence Says (Video)
In the word of Joey Russo, “Whoa.”

Someone dig the flower-bedecked hat out of the closet, because a reboot of the ’90s sitcom “Blossom” could be happening. At least, that’s the word from Joey Lawrence, who played slow-witted but well-coiffed Joey Russo on the series.

Speaking to Steve Harvey on Harvey’s talk show for an episode that aired Monday, Lawrence said that the notion of a “Blossom” reboot has been the subject of “serious talk” lately, and that he and his former costar Mayim Bialik are on board if it approaches the realm of reality.
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Golden Globes: ‘Big Little Lies,’ ‘The Shape of Water’ Dominate 2018 Nominees

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Golden Globes: ‘Big Little Lies,’ ‘The Shape of Water’ Dominate 2018 Nominees
It’s a good day in Monterey. The fictional, dysfunctional families of HBO’s “Big Little Lies” and the lovable oddballs of Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” lead the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. Presented early Monday morning by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, “Big Little Lies” dominated the major TV categories with six nominations, including: Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television; Best Supporting actor and actress nods for Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley and Alexander Skarsgard; and Best Actress Drama nominations for its producers and stars Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon. Also Read: Golden Globes 2018:.
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'Walking Dead': 11 Questions for the Second Half of Season 8 (and Beyond)

'Walking Dead': 11 Questions for the Second Half of Season 8 (and Beyond)
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the season eight midseason finale of AMC's The Walking Dead, "How It's Gotta Be," as well as spoilers from the comics on which it's based.]

Following the explosive midseason finale of AMC's The Walking Dead, everything viewers and comic book fans alike ever thought they knew about the show has been thrown into chaos.

In what's easily the biggest departure from Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's comic books to date, season eight of the AMC zombie series started the process of killing off ...
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Mario Batali Exits 'The Chew' Amid Sexual Misconduct Probe

Mario Batali Exits 'The Chew' Amid Sexual Misconduct Probe
Mario Batali has stepped down as co-host of ABC’s The Chew after four women accused the celebrity chef of sexual misconduct.

According to Vox Media’s Eater, four women say Batali touched them inappropriately in a pattern of behavior that allegedly spanned two decades. In response to the report, ABC has asked Batali to step away from The Chew “while we review the allegations that have just recently come to our attention,” per a spokesperson.

Batali’s exit marks the second recent big departure from The Chew
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Hulu Original Comedy ‘Battleground’ Remade As Podcast For Season Two

Hulu Original Comedy ‘Battleground’ Remade As Podcast For Season Two
Political comedy drama Battleground, which marked Hulu's first foray into original programming, is returning for a second season, over five years after its launch. However, it is not returning to the small screen, but rather has been adapted into a British podcast. There have been a raft of podcast-to-TV adaptations, including Amazon's forthcoming Julia Roberts-fronted, Sam Esmail-directed remake of Homecoming, but this is thought to be the first TV series that has moved…
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Outlander Season 4 Teaser Is Already Here

Outlander Season 4 Teaser Is Already Here
No Droughtlander over here! Outlander were in for a surprise at the end of Sunday night's season three finale: their first look at season four. Yes, already.  The Starz hit drama decided to waste no time, giving viewers a quick tease at what's in store when Outlander returns in 2018. The 20-second video features Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan), and promises, "A new land. A new journey."  In tonight's season three finale, Claire and Jamie reunited with their nephew Ian before heading out on a ship. They found themselves going overboard in a heavy storm, but they washed up on the shore in Georgia alive, if a little worse for wear.  The...
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'The Crown' Stars on the Season 2 Finale and Saying Farewell to the Royal Drama

'The Crown' Stars on the Season 2 Finale and Saying Farewell to the Royal Drama
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from season two of Netflix's The Crown.]

Season two of Netflix's The Crown opens with a confrontation between Queen Elizabeth (Claire Foy) and Prince Philip (Matt Smith) about discord in their marriage and the rumors that he might have been unfaithful while on a five-month royal tour around the world. And while the couple seems to work out their issues, they flare up again in a tense scene toward the end of the season finale that sees Elizabeth square off with her husband again.

“I was worried about that scene,” Smith tells THR. “I still have not seen...
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75 Years of Golden Globe Best Series Winners

75 Years of Golden Globe Best Series Winners
2018 marks the 75th anniversary of the Golden Globes, and a lot has changed since the original 1943 awards. Take television, for instance. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association didn't even recognize the smaller screen in the beginning. In fact, the first series to be awarded were My Three Sons and What's My Line? in 1962. The television categories continued to evolve after that. In 1963, the HFPA broke out the drama and comedy categories for Best Series. However, the organization went back to selecting a single winner from 1965 to 1969. All in the Family, The Golden Girls and Sex and the City are some of the most awarded series. All in the Family took home the prize four times—winning...
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The Avengers vs. The Justice League (Comic)

A lot of people have gone on to compare and contrast the Avengers and the Justice League since before the movies ever came out, but now it’s being taken to a different level. Dorkly seems to always know how to get to the most pertinent points and really draw your attention to what needs to be said. Lately it would seem that the McU is really doing more than standing toe to toe with the Dceu, especially considering how well the movies are doing. A lot of them have serious plot issues that can only be explained by the comics

The Avengers vs. The Justice League (Comic)
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Steve Edwards Out At ‘Good Day La’ After 20-Plus Years

Steve Edwards, who has co-hosted Good Day La on Fox affiliate Kttv for more than two decades, abruptly was let go today. A spokeswoman for Fox11 told Deadline in a statement, “We can confirm that Steve Edwards is no longer employed by Kttv." Sources say his dismissal stems from sexual harassment allegations, but the station would not confirm that. Edwards has been on the heavily caffeinated morning show since 1995, and his ties to local L.A. TV go back even farther to…
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Claudia Christian

Claudia Christian is a singer and actress who is best known for playing the part of Commander Susan Ivanova on “Babylon 5.” The actress also appeared in other films including “The Hidden” in 1987, “Clean and Sober” in 1988, “Hexed” in 1993 and several others. While she’s a familiar face in Hollywood, there is much more that the talented actress has accomplished in her life. Here are five things about her that you probably didn’t know. She’s a voice actor Christian has a face that is well known to fans, but her voice is also recognizable. Those who were fans

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Claudia Christian
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The Top Uses of The Animals Songs in Movies or TV

It’s said rock and roll will never die and The Animals seem out to prove this since they’re still active after such a long and influential career. This English rhythm and blues rock band has been around since the early 60’s and have undergone a few big personnel changes but have never really lost their signature sound throughout all that time. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994, which is a great honor, and have been well known for several of their songs throughout their long history. Unfortunately during some point in their career

The Top Uses of The Animals Songs in Movies or TV
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Someone Watched ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ on Netflix 365 Days in a Row

A Netflix subscriber watched Pirates of the Caribbean once a day for an entire year. I’m not sure if that’s impressive or obsessive or both. Even stranger is that this person was binge-watching Netflix from Antarctica, which says a couple of things. One is that by getting the signal that far away you can tell the reception is great, and two is that there must really be nothing to do there. All I really know about Antarctica is that it’s cold, desolate, and doesn’t have an active night life, or daytime scene, or much of anything other than Port

Someone Watched ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ on Netflix 365 Days in a Row
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Why the 80s Movie “Arena” Deserves a Remake

Arena is a film made in 1989 when the effects were as cheesy as they could get and the acting was just as bad, but looking at it now it could possibly do with a remake. So yeah, the premise and the plot need to be reworked but that seems like it would be relatively simple. There’s not a lot that needs to be done when it comes to reworking a story so that it will actually make a decent movie. I’m downplaying it of course since a Lot needs to be done to make it all work. But from

Why the 80s Movie “Arena” Deserves a Remake
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CNN Suspends Ryan Lizza After New Yorker Cuts Ties Over “Improper Sexual Conduct”

Updated with statement from accuser’s attorney: CNN contributor Ryan Lizza has been suspended from the cable news network shortly after The New Yorker gave him the axe for what the magazine called “improper sexual conduct.” “We have just learned of The New Yorker’s decision,” a CNN spokesperson told Deadline. “Ryan Lizza will not appear on CNN while we look into this matter.” Announcing it was parting ways with Lizza, New Yorker said: “The New Yorker recently learned that…
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The Top Five Alan Silvestri Movie Scores of His Career

Alan Silvestri is an American composer that started out at the age of 21 and hasn’t slowed down since. Composing the music for a low-budget film called The Doberman Gang was one of his first, but when he met up with famed director Robert Zemeckis his career really started to take off. Silvestri is known for producing powerful works that lift up the picture no matter if it’s critically acclaimed or not. His use of powerful undertones and triumphant pieces is so masterful that despite not knowing his name many people have grown very attached to the movies that he’s

The Top Five Alan Silvestri Movie Scores of His Career
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Outlander Season Finale Review: Looking Ahead To The Drums of Autumn

Outlander is the kind of show that has significance in everything it does. Every piece of dialogue and every way a scene is shot, has meaning. It could take immediate effect, or it could take a whole season to make sense of one scene that seemed small at the time. Outlander‘s third season finale delivered on both accounts. It may seem small to focus on such things considering the massive scale of what season three accomplished. This is the same show that successfully covered not two, but four different decades across two different centuries, and traveled two different continents! I

Outlander Season Finale Review: Looking Ahead To The Drums of Autumn
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TVLine Items: Alec Baldwin's ABC Comedy, Homeland Adds One and More

TVLine Items: Alec Baldwin's ABC Comedy, Homeland Adds One and More
Alec Baldwin, host of ABC’s Match Game and a potential talk show, is adding another role to his Alphabet network resume.

ABC has given a straight-to-series order to an untitled multi-camera family comedy co-created by the 30 Rock actor, along with Kenya Barris (black-ish) and Julie Bean (grown-ish), our sister site Deadline reports.

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The show — which is being developed as a possible starring vehicle for Baldwin — follows an opinionated former TV star who moves in with his liberal daughter, her girlfriend and their child.

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