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For most of the time that Dancing with the Stars has graced our televisions, there have been awesome judges and contestants. While we won't get new episodes until March, the show is planning to bring back this fan favorite.
The story continues to unravel as Amazonís new series Man In The High Castle remains in hot water due to its advertisements. New York City residents have voiced their disapproval for the ads in MTA Subways, and definitive action has been taken in response.
A short time after the National Review and Fox News personality made some inflammatory comments poking fun at Star Wars fans, she started to receive death threats as well as numerous obscene comments. Hereís the joke that got people hot and bothered.
For years, ABCís All My Children was a staple on daytime TV. Characters like Erica Kane, Brooke English, Adam Chandler, Tad Martin and Dixie Cooney have found fans across multiple generations over the years, even after the series ended just a few short years ago.
The CWís Arrow has been much more good than bad up to this point in the fourth season. There is, however, a certain something that may just ruin the entire show unless something changes. It's hard to care about characters' lives if their deaths don't matter, and Arrow has a bad habit of untwisting its own plot twists.
From the very first episode of Supergirl, the show has not shied away from tying its mythology to that of Kryptonís most valuable former citizen, Superman. And now he's officially coming to the show, but there's a twist!
When it was announced that River Song would return to Doctor Who, we weren't sure where her next appearance would fit in her complicated timeline. Now, with new information with Steven Moffat, we know exactly where this is going to fit - and we've got those details within.
On Monday, the world of 24-hour news cycles was hit with some unexpected news, as Elisabeth Hasselbeck announced that she would be leaving the Fox News Network series Fox & Friends. And how we know why.
In the 25 years since Tremors hit the big screen, countless numbers of monster movies have been released, but few have managed to straight up top this cult classic for sheer enjoyment. And now it's getting a TV show.
Last week, it was announced Colton Haynes will reprise Roy Harper later this season on Arrow, and now weíve learned the characterís return will be due to a DC supervillain that has just been cast.
Just like Marvelís other projects, there are plenty of references from the House of Ideasí lore sprinkled through Jessica Jonesís first season. Here are the ten biggest ones we spotted.
It's rare a game show contestant becomes the butt of a thousand jokes, but that describes the recent reaction to Jeopardy! champion Laura Ashby, whose voice has sparked ire all across the Internet. Check the weirdness out here.
Now that we know heíll be played by the badassery that is Jeffrey Dean Morgan, it finally feels real, and the actor is now getting to talk about the role and what challenges he's facing.
Wondering how Rosario Dawsonís character Claire Temple became so awesome in Daredevil? Easy, she got it from her momma. Here's what that fabulous lady is going to look like when she appears on the streaming service's upcoming TV show.
If there is one genre that is taking the entertainment biz by storm, it's comic book properties. Both DC and Marvel have planned out plenty of ventures years and years in advance, and it seems like thereís always a new superhero movie or TV show coming together.