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  • These Two Teens Aren't Just Sisters -- They're Twins

    When Lucy and Maria Aylmer tell people they are twins, disbelief is one response. The 18-year-olds from Gloucester, U.K. are two of the five children born to their Caucasian father and half-Jamaican mother, World Wide Features reports. While their other siblings have a blend of features from their…

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  • Laura Gummerman: How Do You Wow?

    Whether it’s a delightful DIY, or delicious bowl of our new Broths with Chicken, we are are always searching for ways to wow our cats.

  • Dead ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Star Johnny Lewis’ Parents Sue Actor’s Estate

    Johnny Lewis, the “Sons of Anarchy” star who died in September 2012 after allegedly killing an elderly woman, is at the center of a legal entanglement more than two years after his death. In the lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles superior court, Michael and Divona Lewis claim that they loaned Lewis more…

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  • Connecticut man found guilty of murdering 'Law & Order' actress

    By Richard Weizel MILFORD, Conn. (Reuters) - A Connecticut drug dealer was found guilty on Monday of brutally murdering his former girlfriend in her home nine years ago, just as her acting career had gotten a boost from a role in the popular television drama "Law and Order." Matthew Pugh, 42, of…

  • ‘Ellen’s Design Challenge’ Winner Disqualified in Dramatic Finale Twist

    If you have yet to watch the series finale of HGTV’s “Ellen’s Design Challenge,” stop reading now. Well, that was a short-lived victory for furniture designer Tim McLellan. The cowboy with a masculine sense of furniture design won HGTV’s inaugural “Ellen’s Design Challenge” on Monday evening —…

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  • Julianne And Derek Hough Weigh In On Mystery 'DWTS' Contestant

    Last week on "Good Morning America," "Dancing with the Stars" revealed 11 of the 12 contestants for Season 20, including Rumer Willis, Suzanne Somers, Michael Sam, Redfoo and Patti LaBelle. But hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews failed to disclose who will be partnered with current Mirror Ball…

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  • NBC plans to bundle SNL and Tonight Show in new service for cord cutters

    NBC has plans to launch a premium, comedy-focused video subscription service. A new report from The Wall Street Journal says the video offering would bundle new episodes of the network's comedy staples Saturday Night Live and The Tonight Show. Both shows are already free to watch over the air for…

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    Oprah Winfrey Is Leaving Chicago...and 200 Employees Behind

    The Hollywood Reporter says Oprah Winfrey is bidding her longtime home, Chicago, adieu, now that her Windy City-based Harpo studios are transitioning full-time to their new location in West Hollywood. In a phone interview with Harpo offices in Chicago, Winfrey said that she will miss the city that…

  • Lisa Rinna’s ‘RHOBH’ Throwdown

    On Tuesday night’s episode of Bravo’s the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, things went from 0-to-crazy in record time, as Lisa and Kim lost their marbles in an Amsterdam restaurant.

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  • Fred Savage Joins Rob Lowe on Fox Comedy ‘The Grinder’

    The former “Wonder Years” star will play Lowe’s younger brother on the 20th Century Fox show. In his new gig, Savage will play Stewart Sanderson, Dean’s (Lowe) hardworking younger brother who is constantly in his shadow.

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  • The Walking Dead "Remember" Review: Our Town

    The Walking Dead S05E12: "Remember" The Walking Dead has been quick to remind us that it's a show about survival, not zombies. Hell, Rick flat-out told us as much in "Them," when he looked into the camera and said, " We're the Walking Dead! On AMC and sponsored by Hyundai!" It was an admission…
  • ‘NBC Nightly News’ Wins February Sweep In All Metrics, Despite Brian Williams Suspension

    NBC Nightly News hung on to its frontrunner status for the February sweep ratings derby in all key metrics. This is news because, for virtually all of the sweep period, Nightly News anchor Brian Williams was embroiled in controversy and missing from the program. Lester Holt has filled in for…

  • Girl Meets World Finale First Look, Plus New Pics from 3 Other Disney Shows

    Love is in the air on the season finale of Disney Channel’s Girl Meets World (March 27, 8:30/7:30c), as Lucas finally takes Riley on an official date — with Cory’s permission, of course — and TVLine has your exclusive first look. But don’t let the below photo fool you; Lucas and Riley are hardly…
  • Netflix just announced the release dates for all of its hot summer shows

    We’re only a few days into March, but it’s already time to start carving days out of your summer. What for, you might ask? Well, Netflix just announced the premiere dates for some of its most anticipated summer shows, included the return of the smash hit prison dramedy Orange is the New Black.…

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  • Oprah’s OWN Shuttering Chicago Harpo Studios; 200 Employees to Be Impacted

    The OWN Network will be shutting down its Chicago-based Harpo Studios after 26 years as it transitions production to its new West Hollywood headquarters. Harpo Studios in Chicago was not just my home but also my life for nearly 30 years. I’ve spent more time there than anywhere else. I am now…

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  • The Cast of The Sandlot Then and Now

    The Cast of The Sandlot Then and Now "You're killin' me, smalls!" Here's where the lovable cast of "The Sandlot" is now. Tom Guiry Guiry played the dorkily lovable Scotty Smalls in the cast of "The Sandlot" and continues to work on the big and small screen, most notably in 2001's "Black Hawk Down"…

  • NCIS: LA Brings Back Alicia Coppola

    Onetime Jericho resident Alicia Coppola is heading back to NCIS: Los Angeles, to reprise her role as FBI Agent Lisa Rand, TVLine has learned exclusively. Coppola first played Rand in the Season 2 episode “Little Angels,” in which the teenage daughter of a U.S. Navy Commander was kidnapped by what…
  • 'Better Call Saul's' Tuco on Brutal Role: "There's Nothing Fun About It"

    Raymond Cruz says the character had plenty of anger even before being a drug addict in 'Breaking Bad': "The meth was fuel on the fire, but he was always on fire."

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  • ‘Parks And Recreation’ Finale Draws Fond Farewell In Twitter TV Ratings

    The finale of  Parks And Recreation proved as much a winner in Nielsen’s Twitter TV ratings as it was on the broadcast side, topping the week’s series and specials with more than 4.6 million people reached by 346,000 tweets. On the sports side, Ronda Rousey’s 14-second win over…