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After 12 years and over 100 cold cases, the old detective dogs will finally retire after a hugely successful run. With the high likelihood that we may see a cameo or two from the original lineup of James Bolam, Alun Armstong, Dennis Waterman and Amanda Redman, it's bound to an emotional night for crime-lovers everywhere.
Don't despair too much if you're concerned about your laid-back cop drama fix, as ITV's Lewis returns for a ninth series the very same night. Crime never sleeps.
2. Empire - Tuesday, 9pm on E4
It's utterly ludicrous on Dallas levels, but it's so damn addictive. The hip-hopera was one of the most-watched shows during its first season, »
This week, Amber Rose shows off her ample cleavage in a sexy selfie, Scott Eastwood has some fun with his fruit and Chrissy Teigen shows off her brand-new Easy-Bake Oven! And, Shanna Moakler shows off her long legs before doing some press, Diane Kruger channels her inner Parisian princess and James Van Der Beek's kids take a hilarious, rule-breaking photo on the Santa Monica pier. Plus, Rachel Zoe celebrates her hubby, Roger Berman's birthday with an adorable family photo, Kerry Washington looks picture-perfect while chatting with the Hollywood Foreign Press and Lady Gaga gets a special surprise from John Travolta! Click "Launch Gallery" above to see these stars' personal pics and check out even more celeb candids in this week's best celebrity TwitPics! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
He told The Wrap it would be too difficult to do because one of the main characters - Michelle Williams's Jen Lindley - was killed off at the end.
Jackson said: "Well, they killed off one of the main characters - you can't do a revival series, one of us is dead! She's a ghost? She comes back as a ghost?
"I think at this point, so much time has passed, I think it's probably time to let that go for the next generation."
However, it seems former cast mate Katie Holmes thinks something could be arranged.
"There's been a lot of talk about it," she said earlier this year. »
Nostalgia shows are returning for limited revivals all over television, but don’t expect “Dawson’s Creek” to make a comeback — at least according to Joshua Jackson, who played Pacey Witter. “Well, they killed off one of the main characters – you can’t do a revival series, one of us is dead!” the former teen actor and current star of Showtime’s “The Affair” told TheWrap. Jackson was referring to the series finale of the WB teen drama, which ran for six seasons from 1998-2003. Also Read: TheWrap's TV Stars and Showrunners Exclusive Portraits (Updating Photos) “Dawson’s Creek” starred Jackson, »
- Linda Ge
The 5th annual Streamy Awards were held last night at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. The event honoring the crème de la crème of YouTube, Snapchat, and Vine creators was aired live on VH1 for the first time ever. The best actress award went to Colleen Ballinger for her poor makeup skills and great everything else in her YouTube show “Miranda Sings” while James Van Der Beek snagged best actor for his work on “Adi Shankar’s Bootleg Universe,” the channel responsible for the dark reimagining of “Power Rangers,” the costumed ninja kids show from the ’90s. “Power/Rangers Unauthorized,” stars Van Der Beek as the villain and has hit over 15 million views on YouTube. Best ensemble cast and best directing went to the cast and crew of “Video Game High School,” while “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 3 winner and YouTube personality Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval won for best dance. »
Several online video stars became early winners Monday night at the Streamy Awards official nominee reception. The Streamys handed out 35 awards at the Sept. 14 event, which took place at YouTube Space La three days ahead of the main event. Online video stars Chelsea Briggs and GloZell Green hosted the festivities, which saw awards go to most-subscribed YouTuber PewDiePie and comedian Mamrie Hart. Traditional media stars took home a few awards, too. The Tonight Show won for its short series Backstage and James Van Der Beek scored for his turn as a dark Power Ranger in a spoof of the
- Natalie Jarvey
This Thursday, the 5th Annual Streamy Awards will honor the best of digital content live on VH1, but — because there are only so many hours in a Thursday evening — tonight the Streamys handed out awards across a wide swath of categories. Read More: Tyler Oakley, 'Lizzie Bennet,' 'Drunk Kitchen' and More Win at 2014 Streamy Awards Some of the highlights: James Van Der Beek was named best actor for his work in the "Power Rangers" Bootleg Universe short film, while long-running "Video Game High School," produced by the Rocket Jump team, picked up two awards. "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" was also recognized for its "Backstage" YouTube series, and YouTube stalwarts PewDiePie, "Epic Rap Battles of History" and The Young Turks picked up statues. The main Streamy Awards ceremony, hosted by Grace Helbig and Tyler Oakley, will be broadcast live on VH1 this Thursday at 10:00pm. Check out »
- Liz Shannon Miller
James Van Der Beek has hit a certain level of fame reserved only for a small sliver of celebrities. While driving around over the weekend, he was forced to stop midconversation with his wife. Why? Because he saw a car with a bumper sticker of his face on it. Yes, it's the infamous crying face he makes in Dawson's Creek. Naturally, he hopped out of his own car to take a picture, because that's what we would all do. James Van Der Beek, you are a true American legend. Re-post via @maak9. Was driving w/ @vanderkimberly, having a very serious conversation, when I interrupted her to say, "Wait - is that my face plastered on the back of that car?" So, of course I pulled up alongside and asked (engine still running, just in case they were psycho). Turns out yep, that's me, and they were lovely (and probably a »
- Maggie Pehanick
Jane the Virgin is doubling up on its season two pop stars! Kesha will be joining the previously announced Britney Spears for a guest starring role on the CW series, though their roles will be very different. While Spears is playing herself, Kesha is set to appear in episode two as Jane's new neighbor, Annabelle, who isn't really a big fan of Jane's newest infant roommate. This will be Kesha's first big TV gig, aside from a voice appearance in one episode of Robot Chicken, but judging from that one incredible music video in which she acted appalled by James Van Der Beek, we're pretty sure she can easily nail this role. She also seems pretty excited »
Forget your $250 million budgets and A-list megastars, sometimes all you need to make a good film is a bit of creative thinking and passion for your characters (intellectual property rights optional).
With feature-length fan film Star Trek: Renegades setting fandom abuzz, here's a host of unauthorised movies that put Hollywood to shame.
1. Batman battles Predator
Back in the Dark Knight's movie wilderness years (thanks for that, George Clooney!), short Batman: Dead End made waves online thanks to a mega-twist that saw the Caped Crusader in a rain-soaked showdown against a Predator. If it bleeds, Batman can kill it.
2. A Judge gets back in the saddle
A tepid box office showing from 2012's Dredd means a sequel is probably never going to happen. However, hardcore fans had their thirst quenched by the moody Judge Minty, about an ageing Mega City One Judge striding through the Cursed Earth. Think of this as »
When Shannyn Sossamon first hit the scene in the early 2000s, she was one of the Hollywood It Girls. With roles alongside some of the hottest heartthrobs around -- including Heath Ledger, Josh Hartnett and James Van Der Beek -- she quickly made a name for herself in films like "A Knight's Tale," "40 Days and 40 Nights" and "The Rules of Attraction." Now 36 and a mother to two children -- Audio Science, 12, and Clayton, 3 -- those days are a bit blurry to the actress. "I don’t remember anything," she tells toofab's Brian Particelli when asked what it was like to gain notoriety during such a wild time in Hollywood. "I always say that I wasn’t really ready when I started to do movies and so I learned as I’ve been going. It was fun, but I was definitely a little reckless being when I was younger, so I don’t remember much! »
- tooFab Staff
The Power Rangers franchise is easily one of the longest-running children’s television shows currently on the air. Although it comes with a certain amount of pain to refer to the series a ‘children’s show’, it is also a swift reminder of the shows humble origins twenty two years ago.
Power Rangers may have an army of fans ranging from the age of three to thirty three. But, it’s only us older, wiser and heavily nostalgic fans that can truly remember the golden age of Power Rangers. In a time before CGI, High definition and actors who have zero knowledge of martial arts, was the definitive and most iconic iteration of the entire series.
Way back in 1993, an intergalactic being known as ‘Zordon’ recruited five beautiful, diverse and incredibly intelligent teenagers. These five would unite to become an unstoppable spandex-clad superhero team, who would take on Rita Replusa »
- Ben Read
The Power Rangers franchise has arguably reinvented itself more than any other Science Fiction series. With twenty two seasons, two spin-off movies and one Hollywood reboot on the way, the international children’s brand has certainly had its fair share of success.
However, for every loyal, dedicated and nostalgic Power Rangers fan, there will undoubtedly be one season that holds a special place in their heart. This particular season will vary from viewer to viewer depending on their age, as the show itself now spans almost three generations. But, despite the mandatory obligation felt by all Ranger fans to select Mighty Morphin as their favourite, there are many worthy candidates amongst the ranks of its two-decade run.
Power Rangers Turbo (the fifth season) is one of the more unique entries in the spandex-clad history books of the Command Centre. The reason for this is due to the fact that producers »
- Ben Read
Stephen Colbert found himself in the middle of a pretty incredible Dawson's Creek reunion this week! On Monday night, former costars Joshua Jackson and James Van Der Beek linked up at Showtime's annual Summer Soiree in La, all smiles as they posed for a picture together. Earlier in the day, Joshua reflected on the hit series and what it might be like for his future kids to watch it, telling Entertainment Tonight, "I hope by the time I have children who are of the age that they can watch it, that that show is off the air." He joked, "It's going to be very hard to have any authority in my household if that's on the air." It's been more than a decade since Dawson's Creek ended, but both actors still appear on the small screen. While Joshua stars on The Affair, James is on the show CSI: Cyber. Look »
Brittany Daniel is kissing and telling! The blonde beauty recently chatted with toofab's Brittany Kyles while promoting the hilarious sequel to "Joe Dirt," "Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser." The comedy takes place right where the first one left off, but now, Joe (David Spade) and Brandy (Brittany) are married and have three beautiful children together. When Joe finds himself unexpectedly transported back in time, he embarks on one ridiculous journey as he tries to get back to Brandy and his family... before it's too late. Check out the video above to see what Daniel's said about reprising her role as Brandy, a possible "Sweet Valley High" reboot and saying goodbye to Bet's "The Game" -- and keep reading for more. While it's been 14 years between "Joe Dirt" and "Joe Dirt 2," Daniel says she's stayed super close with David through the years -- and even considers him one of her best friends. »
- tooFab Staff
Play ball! Selena Gomez showcased her athletic skills and looked super adorable at the Kansas City Royals' Kauffman Stadium on Friday, playing in the Big Slick celebrity softball game benefitting the Children's Mercy Hospital Cancer Center. She was joined at the event by stars and notable Royals fans Paul Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, wife Olivia Wilde, Eric Stonestreet, Rob Riggle, plus Johnny Knoxville, James Van Der Beek and rocker Chris Daughtry. Wearing a light blue Royals jersey over a white T-shirt, paired with black leggings and a blue Big Slick baseball cap, Gomez took selfies with her famous friends, players such as Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas as well as »
A hallmark of a great TV series, whether it's a drama, comedy, soap or even sci-fi, is an epic romantic journey between two characters.
We at Digital Spy HQ are die-hard romantics, and so we've compiled a definitive Top 25 of the best TV kisses of all time (it included a whole voting process and spreadsheet and everything).
Check out the first part below, and make sure to come back tomorrow (June 13) for the final Top 10.
There's nothing quite like being locked up in jail with your ex-lover to build up sexual tension, but this climactic make-out session in Litchfield's chapel pays off more than just Piper and Alex's relationship.
Piper's just returned from a terrifying spell in solitary confinement, where she was sent by Healy in a fit of homophobic rage after he saw her dancing with Alex, so Piper »
Cancel your summer plans: Dawson's Creek and Buffy the Vampire Slayer are heading to ABC Family. According to TVInsider, ABC Family is kicking off the new syndication runs with a Fan Favorite Week for the week of June 22. The network will air five episodes selected by fans from Dawson's Creek and five from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Then, starting the week of June 29, Dawson's Creek will air at 12 p.m. and Buffy the Vampire Slayer at 5 p.m. daily, starting with the pilot. The WB nostalgia is real and spectacular. Bring on the vintage Sarah Michelle Gellar, Alyson Hannigan, James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes and Michelle Williams! Which episodes would make up your own fan favorite week? Buffy's »
Can you imagine what kind of world we'd be living in today if Joey (Katie Holmes) picked Dawson (James Van Der Beek) instead of Pacey (Joshua Jackson)? Well, it almost happened. During the Dawson's Creek Writer's Room reunion panel at the 2015 Atx TV Festival, creator Kevin Williamson, who left the series after its second season and only returned to pen the two-hour series finale in 2003, revealed that Joey and Dawson almost ended up together. Whoa! While he originally envisioned Dawson, the series' angsty wannabe-filmmaker, and Joey, the girl next door, ending up together, halway through writing the finale Williamson realized that a happy ending for that couple wasn't "what the show was »
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