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  • ‘SNL’ Host Dakota Johnson Has Another Awkward Exchange With Her Famous Parents (Video)

    The former Hollywood couple were on hand to see their daughter, “Fifty Shades” star Dakota Johnson, host NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” this week. Dakota and Melanie caused quite the stir at last Sunday’s Oscar red carpet when Melanie told ABC’s Lara Spencer that she would not be seeing her daughter’s…

    The Wrap
  • Kelly's 'Fashion' Replacement?

    Kelly Osbourne bowed out of E!'s "Fashion Police" on Friday, and two new names have surfaced as possible replacements for the co-host. Khloe Kardashian and NeNe Leakes are being considered to join the show, according to Us Weekly. As for NeNe, the "Real Housewives" alum appeared on "Fashion Police"…

    Access Hollywood
  • William Shatner Feels 'Awful' He's Unable To Attend Leonard Nimoy's Funeral

    William Shatner sent out a series of Tweets on Saturday expressing his grief over the loss of one his "dearest friends," Leonard Nimoy. Sadly, due to a prior commitment that poses a scheduling conflict, Shatner is unable to attend Nimoy's funeral on Sunday. "I am currently in FL as I agreed to…

    Access Hollywood
  • 8 TV Finales Not to Miss in March

    These are the shows that will wrap up, permanently or temporarily, this month.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • The Last Man On Earth Finds Laughs at the End of the World

    The Last Man on Earth, premiering Sunday on Fox, is a comedy, but it might as well be a drama. Set in 2020, after an unspecified "virus" has wiped out humanity, the show follows Phil Miller (Will Forte) as he attempts to settle down in a mansion in Tucson, having roamed the continent in an RV in a…

    The Atlantic
  • Jane Lynch: Singing My Last Glee Song Was "Brutal," We Remember Cory Monteith All the Time

    Jane Lynch opened up to Us Weekly about wrapping Glee, the last song she ever sang on set, and more — read about her emotional goodbye

    Us Weekly
  • iTunes in March: 'The Imitation Game,' 'Wild,' 'The Last Man on Earth' and More

    Apple's store is also offering Adam Sandler's latest 'The Cobbler' and Ethan Hawke's 'Cymbeline' and free episodes of big March series premieres, including ABC's 'Secrets and Lies' and 'American Crime,' CBS' 'Battle Creek' and TV Land's 'Younger.'

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • How Much Of The U.S. Does China Own? - Testtube Daily Show-AR

    China owns around 1.3 trillion dollars of the United States' debt, but recently Chinese nationals have been heavily investing in different sectors of US economy. So, how much of the US does China own?

    Test Tube Discovery Channel
  • Former New York Knicks Player Anthony Mason Dies at 48

    Former New York Knicks player Anthony Mason has died, ESPN reports. Mason died Saturday from congestive heart failure, with which he was diagnosed earlier this month. "First I want to thank all those who offered prayers and well-wishes for my Father, our family really appreciates it," his son,…

    TV Guide
  • Chantal Rickards Joins BAFTA L.A. in Newly Created CEO Role

    The organization also announces the retirement of Donald Haber after 18 years of service.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • ‘Battle Creek': Josh Duhamel & Dean Winters Enter Buddy-Cop Game

    “Battle Creek” is a new take on the buddy-cop genre, starring Josh Duhamel and Dean Winters. Hailing from “Breaking Bad’s” Vince Gilligan and “House M.D.” vet David Shore, the series bows March 1 on CBS. The quirky drama is set in Battle Creek, Mich., population 50,000, where a jaded detective,…

    Variety
  • Pilot News: Lost Vet Terry O'Quinn to Lead ABC Legal Drama The Adversaries

    Terry O’Quinn, you may approach the bench. TV’s erstwhile John Locke is set to star in The Adversaries, ABC’s upcoming drama pilot, the network announced Friday. O’Quinn will star as Charlie, the patriarch for a New York legal dynasty who becomes embroiled in a trial of his own, forcing his federal…

    TVLine.com
  • WGN America Gives Series Order to Slavery Drama ‘Underground’

    WGN America has given a series order to “Underground,” a slavery era-set drama revolving around the Underground Railroad. Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Aldis Hodge and Christopher Meloni star in the Sony Pictures TV and Tribune Studios production about a group of slaves who aim to travel 600 miles to…

    Variety
  • Cartoon Network's Adventure Time Being Developed into Feature Film

    Hold onto your lumps, fellow humans, because Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time is heading to the big screen. The Emmy Award-winning series — which follows the Finn the Human and his magical dog Jake as they fight to save the mysterious Land of Ooo — is being developed into a feature film, our sister…

    TVLine.com
  • WATCH: Celtics Postgame Live

    Watch as the Celtics take on the Charlotte Hornets tonight on Comcast SportsNet and stream the game withNBC Sports Live Extra. Coverage begins at7 p.m.with ACE Ticket Celtics Pregame Live.

    Comcast SportsNet New England
  • Jimmy Kimmel Unleashes Expletive-Filled Vaccine PSA

    Jimmy Kimmel delivered a takedown against anti-vaxxers on Thursday's show and topped it off with a PSA featuring real doctors who are so mad they made the spot into a bleep-fest. "I cannot bleeping believe we have to make this PSA," said one doctor, while others complained they had to spend their…

    Wochit
  • 'Parks & Rec' put Reggie Wayne/Colts tribute in Johnny Karate disclaimer

    We spent part of the weekend re-watching a couple of the final few episodes, including "The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show," the third-to-last episode that focused on Chris Pratt (a.k.a.

    CBS Sports
  • Logic and Emotion Are Not Mutually Exclusive

    Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock on Star Trek passed away today. The show debuted on NBC the year I was born, plus I lived in India (where all western entertainment experienced a delay), so needless to say, I didn't watch my first episode until many years later. But when I finally did, I recall…

    Huffington Post