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With the holiday season approaching, any fan of The Simpsons will surely have The Simpsons: The Sixteenth Season, currently available on Blu-ray and DVD, on their list. This set includes all 21 episodes of Season 16, plus a bonus episode, deleted scenes, and several other special features. We have a giveaway where fans can win copies of this Blu-ray set. Take a look at how you can win below.
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Hold onto your donuts! Season 16 of the The Simpsons - the longest-running scripted show in television history - includes all 21 hilarious episodes, tons of meticulously slapped together special features, »
Epix is celebrating 50 years of the famous comedy club in the original documentary, The Improv: 50 Years behind the Brick Wall. The one-hour special, narrated by Adam Sandler, the biggest names in stand-up comedy reveal the role the club played on their road to stardom, through funny personal stories, home movies, photographs and archival footage. The special features Judd Apatow, Lewis Black, Larry David, Jimmy Fallon, Kathy Griffin, Jay Leno, Richard Lewis, Bill Maher, Ray Romano, Jerry Seinfeld, Sarah Silverman and the Wayans brothers. During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, The Improv’s founder Budd Friedman talked about how this Epix documentary came about, how proud he is of the impact The Improv had on the comedy business, how he never could have envisioned what The Improv would become, how it evolved from a place for singers to a place for comedians, the memories that he has from the »
- Christina Radish
Washington, December 4: Sofia Vergara has topped the Forbes magazine list of the highest paid TV stars.
The 'Modern Family' actor is paid an estimated 175,000 dollars per episode on the hit U.S. TV comedy and her earnings in endorsements has made her annual income 30 million dollars, Contactmusic reported.
Ashton Kutcher was named second with 24 million dollars in earnings.
- Ketali Mehta
So long, Ashton Kutcher. The "Two and a Half Men" star is no longer the highest-paid actor on TV. That honor now goes to "Modern Family's" Sofia Vergara, who made an estimated $30 million between June 2012 and June 2013, according to Forbes.
The magazine has released its list of the Top 20 highest-paid actors on TV, and Ashton has been knocked down to second place. While Vergara makes $175,000 an episode like her "Modern Family" co-stars, her endorsement deals are pretty impressive. In addition to doing commercials for brands like Diet Pepsi and Cover Girl, the actress also has a clothing line at Kmart and several other endeavors.
While Kutcher is no longer in the lead, he's not doing to shabby, himself. He raked in roughly $24 million for the year, mostly due to his "Two and a Half Men" work. However, he also starred in a Steve Jobs biopic and continues to get checks for "That 70s Show, »
Lauren Graham has a hard life. First, we found out her "Parenthood" character Sarah Braverman's ex-boyfriend Hank (Ray Romano) and ex-fiance Mark (Jason Ritter) would be back in Season 5. Now comes the news that another ex is returning to the fold: John Corbett, who plays Sarah's ex-husband and the father of her two children, will come back for an episode too.
According to TVGuide.com, Corbett's Seth will appear in Episode 13 when Amber (Mae Whitman) gets into an argument with another patron at the restaurant where Seth works. It makes sense that Amber would want to reconnect with her father, especially since she's in the middle of planning her wedding.
Corbett previously appeared on "Parenthood" as the troubled Seth during Seasons 2 and 3.
"Parenthood" airs Thursday nights at 10 p.m. Et/Pt on NBC.
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To celebrate the release of Season 16 of The Simpsons on DVD, we’re giving 3 lucky WhatCulture readers the chance to win the DVD boxset, just in time for Christmas.
The Simpsons reside in the town of Springfield. Homer works as a safety inspector at the local nuclear power plant; Marge tries to keep the peace in her family; Bart is the mischievous 10-year-old hellion; 8-year-old Lisa is the intelligent, saxophone-playing vegetarian member of the family; and baby Maggie conveys emotions via pacifier sucks. Viewers also have come to know and love the rich, and sometimes quirky, universe of characters who inhabit Springfield.
In the milestone 350th episode, Homer befriends beer-loving barfly and roofer Ray Magini, guest-voiced by Ray Romano. After discovering a shared passion for sandwiches and the Three Stooges, Homer and Ray become inseparable friends. However, Marge believes Ray is a figment of Homer’s imagination and enlists the help of Dr. »
- Simon Gallagher
Summer hit series “Hollywood Game Night” will return to NBC for a special holiday episode on Monday, Dec. 2 (10 p.m. Et/Pt), following a two-hour episode of “The Voice.”From NBC Ray Romano, Cheryl Hines, Gavin DeGraw, Rachel Bilson, Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker join in a series of hilarious party games. In the series, two contestants are transported from their everyday lives into a once-in-a-lifetime night of fun and celebration as they step beyond the velvet rope and rub shoulders with some of their favorite celebrities and compete for the chance to win up to $25,000.Additional episodes will debut in 2014 with an exciting roster of more celebrities.“Hollywood Game Night,” hosted by Emmy Award and Golden Globe winner Jane »
- April Neale
Parenthood, Season 5, Episode 9, “Election Day”
Written by Jason Katims
Directed by Lawrence Trilling
Airs Thursdays at 10pm Est on NBC
This week, on Parenthood: Kristina hears the results, Ryan reacts poorly, and Julia and Joel boil over
Much of this season has centered around a few arcs, most notably Kristina’s bid for mayor. This week we get our answer as she loses the election, seemingly due to her unwillingness to go negative last week. Her scenes throughout the episode are moving and well done, particularly the return of Rose Abdoo as Kristina’s friend and fellow cancer patient, Gwen, but one can’t help wonder where they’re going next. This has been a departure, to say the very least, and it remains to be seen what the show hopes to get out of having Kristina run, other than some drama. Hopefully this will be an arc that »
- Kate Kulzick
Lyndon gives HollywoodLife.com a look into Drew and Natalie’s future together — which may or may not include mud wrestling.
It takes a lot of woman to handle Drew (Miles Heizer) on Parenthood. He may not be the smallest Braverman, but he’s got the emotional stability of an Autumn leaf, which is why some fans aren’t too crazy about Natalie, the girl-next-dorm who’s been messing with Drew’s head all season. Lyndon Smith spoke to HollywoodLife.com about Natalie’s future with Drew, their upcoming love triangle, and the time she totally fan-girled over Lauren Graham.
>> Why is Natalie messing with Drew? Doesn’t she know how fragile he is?
Yeah, she’s not being too nice. It’s not her nicest time. But you know, there’s a time and place for selfishness, and I went to college myself, »
- Andy Swift
We’ve survived four months of a frenzied awards season, with only three months to go. Did I hear someone groan? Stop it right now. You can either enjoy it or, as the Brits said in WWII, keep calm and carry on.
I actually like awards and kudos season, because it’s all of showbiz in a condensed form (well, if you consider a seven-month slog to be “condensed”). Awards are what showbiz is all about: artistry, marketing, ego and money. If you’re in the right mood, it’s goofy fun.
See Also: Death to All Awards Shows!
And don’t worry, I’m not that sappy. I will have another column talking about what I don’t like about awards season. But Harlan Ellison is so eloquent and withering in his assessment, we thought it would be fair and balanced, as they say, to provide a little counterpoint. »
- Tim Gray
Kids. Such as Sex, Lies, and Videotape or Reservoir Dogs before it, and such as Winter’s Bone, Blue Valentine and Fruitvale Station after it, Larry Clark & Harmony Korine’s seminal film is forever connected in “spirit” to the lieu where it received its secret midnight premiere screening in 1995. The Sundance Film Festival might be known as the birthplace of U.S indie filmmaking innovation, avant-gardism, a larger definition of the low budgeted film response to Hollywood in not only narrative but in the non-fiction form, but it is a festival made strong by its renewal and familiarity. That close acquaintanceness exists in Kids‘ starlets Rosario Dawson and Chloë Sevigny filmography/career path trajectory and connection to Park City (both have several indie films slated for ’14 – of which I’ve included in our predictions list) and it is that “familiarity” that is visibly noticeable in how I map out my annual predictions list. »
- Eric Lavallee
Jason Ritter will return to the NBC drama late in the season to reprise his role as Sarah's (Lauren Graham) ex-boyfriend, TVLine reports. He last appeared in the Season 4 finale, when Sarah had to make a choice between him and Hank (Ray Romano).
Ritter then went on to Fox's "Us & Them" opposite Graham's former TV daughter, Alexis Bledel. That show has wrapped filming after having its episode order cut, thus freeing him up to return to "Parenthood."
Mark will appear in the season's 19th episode, which will air in the spring. He comes back into the Bravermans' orbit via a chance meeting with one of the show's regulars -- whether that person is Sarah or someone else remains to be seen. »
Jason Ritter is heading back to Parenthood for some insane reason. According to TVLine, Ritter will appear on the season's nineteenth episode, which doesn't air until April, and so far he's only contracted for that one installment. Ritter's Mr. Cyr has come and gone a few times thanks to Ritter getting cast on other shows and then those other shows getting canceled, but as darling and scruffy as the character is, the last thing Parenthood needs is another go-round for him and Sarah. The show already has one of Sarah's exes — Ray Romano's Hank — sticking around for very little reason! Must we do this again? If Mr. Cyr only bumps into Amber, though, and encourages her to go to college (he was her high school teacher, after all), that would be fine. »
- Margaret Lyons
Related | 2014 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Cancelled? What’s Returning? What’s on the Bubble?
Ritter will reappear in Episode 19, slated to air on April 24, when Mark has a chance encounter with one of the show’s characters (not necessarily Sarah, although — come on — their paths will undoubtedly cross).
As of now, Ritter is on board for just one episode. »
- Michael Ausiello
ABC 8:00 The Middle (new) 8:30 Back in the Game (new) 9:00 Modern Family (new) 9:30 Super Fun Night (new) 10:00 Nashville (new) 11:35 Jimmy Kimmel Live (new, with guests Ray Romano and Eddie Cibrian) 12:37 Nightline (new) CBS 8:00 Survivor: Blood vs. Water (new) 9:00 Criminal Minds (new) 10:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (new) 11:35 Late Show With David Letterman (new, with guests Samuel L. Jackson and Chris Matthews) 12:37 The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (new, with guest Kaley Cuoco) Fox 8:00 The X Factor NBC 8:00 Revolution (new) 9:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (new) 11:34 The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (new, with guests Bill Cosby and Chris Pratt) 12:37 Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (new, with guest Ice-t) The CW 8:00 Arrow (new) 9:00 The Tomorrow People (new) More TV to watch when you read more. »
- Maggie Pehanick
NBC has announced that a special episode of Hollywood Game Night will air on Monday, December 2nd, at 10pm. It will follow a two-hour installment of The Voice.
What do you think? Do you enjoy this game show? Would you be a contestant? »
NBC's delightful surprise summer reality hit, "Hollywood Game Night," is coming back for more competitive fun when the network airs a holiday-themed special in December.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the episode will air on Monday, Dec. 2 at 10 p.m. Et/Pt with celebrity players Ray Romano, Cheryl Hines, Gavin DeGraw, Rachel Bilson, Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker competing alongside two party game enthusiasts, while host Jane Lynch attempts to keep things running smoothly. The holiday edition will air after a two-hour live show of "The Voice."
‘Tis the season for NBC to turn an episode of Hollywood Game Night into a holiday event.
The Peacock will air a special seasonal installment of the Jane Lynch-hosted series on Monday, Dec. 2 at 10/9c following a two-hour edition of The Voice.
Game Night‘s second season is set to premiere next summer.
Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…
- Team TVLine
Hollywood Game Night is coming home for the holidays.
NBC’s summer game show series — which is a must-watch for any fan of the pop culture zeitgeist and actual legitimate celebrities (not the celestial enigmas on Dancing With the ”Stars”) — will air a special holiday episode on December 2 after a two-hour episode of The Voice. Nine more episodes will follow in 2014.
Among the celebrities competing? “We have Gavin DeGraw and Ray Romano and Rachel Bilson and Cheryl Hines and Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker—on different teams, of course,” host Jane Lynch tells EW. “We have some new games that are great, »
- Marc Snetiker
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