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The Biggest Loser trainer Bob Harper admits he was shocked when he saw Rachel Frederickson walk out during Tuesday's finale and show off her exceedingly thin frame. "I was stunned. That would be the word. I mean, we've never had a contestant come in at 105 lbs.," Harper says in an interview airing next Thursday on the Rachael Ray Show. Frederickson, 24, started the show at 260 lbs. When she left as a finalist three months ago to work on losing weight at home, she weighed 150 lbs., and later lost 45 more. "What people don't understand is, when the contestants leave to go home … they're in charge of themselves, »
- Tim Nudd
When Rachel Frederickson weighed in at a meager 105 pounds during the Feb. 4 Biggest Loser Season 15 finale, she became the first contestant in the show’s history to end her season underweight. Bob Harper had previously kept mum about his visibly shocked reaction, but he candidly discussed Rachel’s health during a taping of The Rachael Ray Show on Feb. 6.
When Bob taped his Rachael Ray segment — which will air on Feb. 13 — he told the host that himself and his fellow trainers cannot take responsibility for what happens to the contestants’ bodies after they leave the Biggest Loser ranch.
‘Biggest Loser’ Revealed
“What people don’t understand is, »
- Shaunna Murphy
It's no surprise to hear that Amy Poehler is all about girl power. The former Saturday Night Live star, who should be asked to host every awards show with her pal Tina Fey, reveals in the March Ladies' Home Journal that she works hard to maintain her friendships with her girlfriends. "Most of the women in your life will outlast the men in your life," says Poehler, 42. "The SNL ladies - Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Tina - and I text pictures of our kids back and forth all the time. It keeps us connected. As my nanny used to say, »
- K.C. Blumm
Amy Poehler may be considered one of the funniest women in Hollywood, but she can be serious, too. The Golden Globe winner covers the March 2014 issue of Ladies' Home Journal, in which she shares life lessons and explains the importance of cultivating meaningful female friendships. "Most of the women in your life will outlast the men in your life," Poehler says. "The SNL ladies—Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Tina [Fey]—and I text pictures of our kids back and forth all the time. It keeps us connected. As my nanny used to say, the older you get the more important it is to know people that knew you when." Poehler pays it forward via her web series, Smart Girls at the Party, which empowers »
Review Billy Grifter 2 Feb 2014 - 12:20
This review contains spoilers.
2.13 Happy Endings
Happy Endings started with disappointment for gifted actor Stephen Collins, when Gene survives his Typhus/Typhoid/Man-flu. There’s no escape (or capture) for his character, and I feel for him. He’s condemned to live on by Bass-Boy, who manages to get the drugs and escape from town with the help of Miles and his sniping skills. Have you noticed how firearms are no longer an issue in Revolution, and nobody uses bows any longer? Perhaps the Patriots unleashed a huge stockpile of ammo?
Anyway, they get back to Grandpa with the antidote, and after injecting him leave the rest of the drug in the camp so that Ed ‘JFK’ Truman won’t die and should any of them contract the illness they’d be utterly stuffed. »
It's on to greener pastures for Seth Meyers, as the current "Weekend Update" co-anchor and head writer of "Saturday Night Live" readies to depart his post after 13 years to take over "Late Night" on Feb. 24.
But before he does, the funnyman has one final show to see through on Saturday (Feb. 1). In anticipation of Meyers' "SNL" swan song, it's time to take a look back at some of the shining moments from his tenure on the long-running sketch show -- both onscreen and as a writer.
Meyers' first sketch appearance ever came in the show's second post-9/11 show, in a bit that gently mocked the intense displays of patriotism in the following days. The star is, without a doubt, Will Ferrell and his bare behind, but Meyers gets in a few pretty funny reaction shots.
'Harry Potter: Hermione's Growth Spurt'
Opposite Rachel Dratch's miniature Harry Potter and »
Imminent Late Night host Seth Meyers is known best for two things: Presiding over Saturday Night Live’s writers’ room since 2005, and expertly anchoring the Weekend Update desk — with Amy Poehler, alone, and with Cecily Strong — since 2006.
What you may not remember, though, is that Meyers originally joined SNL as a featured player way back in 2001, giving him the second longest tenure of any cast member in SNL history. (He’s outstripped only by go-to impressionist Darrell Hammond, who stuck around for 14 seasons.) And though Meyers only really became a household name when he inherited Tina Fey’s Update seat, »
- Hillary Busis
Directed by Ernest Dickerson
Airs Wednesdays at 8pm (Et) on NBC
After previous hints of a religious undertone to the creation of the nanites, the show goes full-bore into the topic this week. Aaron and Priscilla hit the next stop on their world tour of enlightenment, or whatever it is the nanites want them to do, and they meet up with old friend Peter. The trio worked together on the operating system that powers the tiny machines and the nanites hold all three in deep regard for bringing them to life. Where Aaron was confused by and dismissed the power he held as a master of the nanite, Peter has embraced it. Yet instead of understanding that he commands millions of tiny machines, he believes he is harnessing the power of God to conduct miracle healings.
- Kris Holt
It’s not even February and, already, 2014 is shaping up to be a massive year for television. True Detective announced itself as the year’s first new stand-out series. Against all odds, Dan Harmon and Community returned and are putting together a respectable comeback season. FX’s fantastic and hard-working Justified continues to solidify its place among the greats of the past decade. And Girls‘ unique blend of comedy and drama is once again pushing the narrative boundaries of the half-hour series in its third season.
One series, though, is leading the charge at the beginning of the year. The most unlikely of heroes, Cinemax’s Banshee, in just a matter of three weeks, has matured into something truly special – something a lot of TV writers refer to as “appointment viewing” when describing other series. With limited experience dabbling in co-produced original programming, Cinemax released Banshee – its first »
- Sean Colletti
Big congrats to our head writer, @TheColinJost, who will join @cecilybecily at the @SNLUpdate desk as @sethmeyers' successor!! #SNL
— Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl) January 23, 2014
Who Is Colin Jost?
Jost has been working as a writer for Saturday Night Live since 2005 and took over as head writer in 2012. This will be his first time putting himself in front of the camera. Meyers, of course, will be saying goodbye to SNL on Saturday, Feb. 1, when he will appear as “Weekend Update” co-anchor for the last time. Meyers is leaving to become the new host of Late Night, currently hosted by fellow SNL and “Weekend Update” alum Jimmy Fallon. Fallon will be taking over the Tonight Show from Jay Leno.
New Revolution season 2,episode 13 intense spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night, NBC released the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Revolution" episode 13 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Happy Endings," and it appears to be very dramatic and intense as Miles and Rachel do some heavy tongue dancing, a very unlucky dude gets a gun pointed to his head, and more! In the new "Happy Endings" episode, Monroe will end up, leading Connor and Charlie on a risky mission. In the meantime, Miles and Rachel will attempt to keep an eye on things in Willoughby. Then Neville will end up, getting a new assignment ,and Aaron will reunite with an old friend. The episode will also feature: Jd Pardo, Stephen Collins, Katie Aselton, Steven Culp, Maureen Sebastian ,and Daniel Henney. Episode 13 is scheduled to air on Wednesday night, January 29th at 7pm central time on NBC. »
New Revolution season 2,episode 13 official spoilers,plotline revealed by NBC. Recently,NBC released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Revolution" episode 13 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Happy Endings," and it sounds like things will get quite interesting as Monroe ends up,taking charlie and Conner on a dangerous mission, and more. In the new,13th episode press release: Monroe is going to hatch a plan. Bret Michaels will guest star. Press release number 2: Monroe will lead Connor and Charlie on a risky mission as Miles and Rachel keep an eye on things in Willoughby. Meanwhile, Neville will get a new assignment ,and Aaron is going to reunite with an old friend. The episode will also star: Jd Pardo, Stephen Collins, Katie Aselton, Steven Culp, Maureen Sebastian ,and Daniel Henney. Episode 13 is due to air on Wednesday night, January 29th at 7pm central time on NBC. »
We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s massive feature includes a review for Nobody Can Cool, first details on The Night Crew, Heir, and a Doctor Who documentary called Who’s Changing: An Adventure In Time With Fans, a new clip from Muck, trailers for Blood Shed, NightBeasts, and Virginia Obscura, and much more:
[Editor's Note: We want to give a big thanks to our Indie Spotlight manager, Tamika Jones, for her constant work on this weekly feature and putting together our largest Indie Spotlight to date this weekend!]
Indie Spotlight Review: Nobody Can Cool
Nobody Can Cool is the rather impressive directorial debut from up-and-coming filmmaking duo Dpyx, Marcy Boyle and Rachel Holzman, who crafted a blisteringly taut and thoughtful indie crime thriller with a palpable sense of tension from start to finish. A gritty and engaging tale of deceit, violence and desperation, Nobody Can Cool is anchored by a breakout performance by Nick Principe (best known from his work in the Laid to Rest series, Madison County and »
- Tamika Jones
Lori reveals her close encounter on the ABC comedy’s set — and which former ‘Full House’ co-star wrote the part just for her!
Prepare to see a whole new side of Lori Loughlin! The former 90210 and Full House star is guest starring on the Jan. 17 episode of ABC’s The Neighbors, and her new role is far from the sweet-as-sugar personas we’re used to seeing her play. “I’m playing kind of a mean girl, which is fun,” Lori tells HollywoodLife.com about her character Tina, the high school nemesis of Jami Gertz‘s Debbie.
“Tina shows up to the reunion to tell everybody just how fabulous she is, and how fantastic her life turned out,” Lori says. “She has a lot of money and she has a pilates trainer and she lives in a big house and her husband is very successful. She’s definitely just showing up »
- Andy Swift
Watch HollywoodLife.com’s exclusive preview of Reggie’s half-baked — and definitely not Dick Butkus-approved – scheme!
Three little words, one big problem. On the Jan. 10 episode of ABC’s The Neighbors, Reggie (Tim Jo) devises a plan to get Amber (Clara Mamet) to finally drop the L-bomb, and HollywoodLife.com has your first look at his questionable methods.
Operating under the assumption that humans are more emotionally available when they’re completely petrified, Reggie plots to watch a horror movie with Amber, thus inspiring his desired confession. Clearly, he has learned very little about humans during his stay on earth.
Of course, getting Amber to confess her love is only part of Reggie’s problem on this week’s episode. When Jane (Megan Park) interrupts Reggie’s date with Amber, the extra-clueless extraterrestrial is forced to make a choice between the two ladies!
HollywoodLifers, watch our exclusive preview clip below, »
- Andy Swift
Now that the holidays are over, TV is picking back up with new episodes of returning shows, new seasons, and new series premiering. So what's kicking off tonight, Wednesday Jan. 8?
In the series premiere of the "Chicago Fire" spinoff, "Chicago Pd," after a slew of brutal slayings, District 21, led by Sergeant Hank Voight go after a Columbian drug cartel cleaning house in Chicago. They discover D'Anthony who proves to be an asset in the investigation. At District, complicated histories and unit rivalries surface which could end up costing them one of their own. Meanwhile, Rookie Kyle Ruzek is pulled from the police academy by Olinski to join the team. "Chicago Pd" premieres at 10 p.m. Et on NBC.
"Revolution" returns from its winter hiatus at 8 p.m. Et on NBC with an all-new episode. Monroe forms an unlikely team with Miles and Rachel to find his long-lost son.
"The Middle" returns at 8 p. »
On TV this Wednesday: American Horror Story attracts the enchanting Stevie Nicks, Psych hops across the pond for its season opener, Kirstie beds Vinnie Barbarino and 2 Broke Girls clean up nice for the People’s Choice Awards. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Revolution (NBC) | Miles leads Monroe and Rachel south of the border, where they encounter a challenging surprise; Charlie and Gene continue to search for Aaron. (See what Ep Rockne S. O’Bannon says is coming up.)
8 pm The Middle (ABC) | A news-alerts app on his refurbished iPad turns Brick into an (even more) neurotic mess. »
- Kimberly Roots
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