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Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton impression has been widely-praised this election year. The comedian did her first Saturday Night Live impersonation of Clinton in 2013, but it really took off for her in the past year as Clinton became the Democratic nominee and the presidential election took center stage. McKinnon follows in the footsteps of SNL Hillary Clinton impersonators Amy Poehler, Vanessa Bayer, Jan Hooks and Ana Gasteyer. McKinnon's Clinton uses a plethora of facial expressions to emulate Clinton, mixing in robotic gestures, awkward narration of her attempts to be natural, and a dash of desperately wanting to appeal to millennials.
- THR Staff
Tuesday’s episode of The Real O’Neals (ABC, 9:30/8:30c) marks Kenny’s first Halloween since coming out to his family, and he’s going big — like, we’re talking a full-blown musical number here.
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And why shouldn’t he? As explained by Espn sportscaster Neil Everett in TVLine’s exclusive clip, All Hallow’s Eve is the “biggest night of the year … the gay Super Bowl!”
“This is what it’s been all about,” Kenny tells himself as he takes the field, surrounded by exquisitely costumed backup dancers. »
Best Halloween costumes in moviesBest Halloween costumes in moviesAdriana Floridia10/24/2016 9:56:00 Am
Halloween is hands down, one of the best days of the year. It's an excuse to dress up, eat candy, watch scary movies, and party!
On the big screen, we've seen Halloween being celebrated by movie characters too, and we've compiled a list of the best costumes that have been worn by some of our favourite fictional characters at their own respective Halloween festivities. Whether it was at a party, or trick or treating, these characters celebrated Halloween in some way, and we want to give them a shout out for their fun costumes and sometimes peculiar, or humiliating, situations.
Check out our list of best Halloween costumes in movies below!
How adorable is Scout's ham costume? In this classic scene from the film To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout and her brother Jem »
- Adriana Floridia
Now that Hayes and Conner’s little “arrangement” has been exposed, Monday’s Conviction (ABC, 10/9c) will thrust Hayley Atwell’s character back into the spotlight — and guess who’s going to be stuck shielding her from public scrutiny.
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“I think Jackson learned a long time ago that he can’t control Hayes; she’s always going to do what she wants,” Daniel Franzese, who plays Hayes’ brother — and the manager of their mother’s Senate campaign — tells TVLine. “But I also think it’ll be fun to finally see her start to crack under pressure. »
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Quantico recap here.
Got an egg timer you like to use to track Alex and Ryan’s periods of happiness on Quantico? Yeah, it’s time to flip it.
While the CIA’s Least Under the Radar Couple doesn’t break up or anything as dramatic as that in this week’s episode, Ryan does mention that his love for Alex is his weakness, which is Stoic TV Guyspeak for “Whether or not I want to be, I’m out foot out the love door already — for your own goooooood.”
The hunt for Zach Florrick Liam reached a surprising conclusion on Sunday’s Secrets and Lies, and by the end of the hour, two more names had been added to the ever-growing list of murder suspects.
But first, let’s talk about Eric’s loose-cannon pal Danny: Not only did we learn his name this week (“Yeah, that was worth 10 Gs…”), but in the episode’s final moments, we also learned that he’s a damn detective!
The discovery was made after Eric lured Neil »
Iconic comedian Carol Burnett, 83, was bestowed with the SAG Life Achievement Award earlier this year by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, both of whom adore her. Burnett’s skills are about to come in handy again, because she’s going to host a new sitcom on ABC, which secured the “put pilot commitment.” Deadline broke the news concerning […]
- Matt Reisine
Two comedy legends are teaming up. Deadline reports ABC has ordered a new pilot with Amy Poehler and Carol Burnett.From Michael Saltzman, the multi-cam comedy "is about a family who gets a chance to buy the house of their dreams — a house they’d never be able to afford under normal circumstances, but is able to under extremely abnormal circumstances. They must live with the current owner, an older actress (Burnett) — until she dies."Read More… »
Norman Lear- Just Another Version of You
By Eddy Friedeld
The first two people in my life who taught me to think deeply about social and political issues and argue cogently and passionately for what I believed in were my late father David and Norman Lear.
Lear, the 94-year-old entertainment icon is the subject of a terrific American Masters documentary: Norman Lear- Just Another Version of You, which premieres nationwide Tuesday, October 25, 9-10:30 p.m. on PBS.
Speaking from his home in Los Angeles about both the documentary and his masterful 2014 autobiography, Even This I Get to Experience, he still has an energy level that would put people a quarter of his age to shame.
“People think when you’re over 90 you’ve changed. It’s everyone else who’s changed. Suddenly I’m extremely wise,” Lear says. Charming and reflective, he explains why he wears the »
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Doctor Strange might be a Marvel superhero, but even he can use a cool $150.
In this bit of corporate synergy the Jimmy Kimmel Live segment seen above, Benedict Cumberbatch appears in character as the hired entertainment at a children’s birthday party. When a wise-cracking kid critiques the Sorcerer Supreme’s balloon animal-making skills, he is promptly shooed off to an alternate dimension and left smack dab in the middle of a volcanic pit.
Watch Doctor Strange in action above, then sound off below. »
Yep, we’re a whole lot closer to figuring out whose corpse is shrouded in low-thread-count ignominy in How to Get Away With Murder‘s “Fire Night” flashbacks — and it’s definitely a dude. Well, “definitely” if you’re someone who believes everything you see on the local TV news, anyway. #HowYourToothbrushIsSlowlyKillingYou
Yet while that “unidentified male dead in house fire” chyron likely removes from the slab San Francisco-bound Eve, Annalise’s boss Pres. Hargrove and Nate’s new Ada girlfriend, the mystery is far from solved. »
Back in the 1970s, “The Carol Burnett Show” topped the TV ratings, and now the iconic comedienne is making a small-screen comeback in a new TV comedy that has already earned a spot on the ABC lineup before a pilot has even filmed. As Deadline reports, the still-untitled multi-camera comedy (exec produced by Amy Poehler and […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Prepare to tug on your ears with glee: Carol Burnett is plotting a return to series television.
The potential series, which has a put pilot commitment at the network, follows a family who can only move into their dream house if they agree to cohabitate with the actress who currently lives there (Burnett) until her death.
Saltzman will write the pilot and will executive-produce with Poehler, Brooke Posch »
Beloved comedian Carol Burnett is set to return to television, with a put pilot commitment at ABC for a multi-camera comedy in which she will star with Amy Poehler. The project was sold to ABC in a very competitive situation, according to sources.
Michael Saltzman will write and executive produce for Universal TV with Poehler also executive producing through her Paper Kite banner.
The as-yet untitled comedy is about a family who can only live in the house of their dreams if they live with the current owner, an actress played by Burnett, until she dies.
Burnett has won six Emmys and landed Emmy nominations for all 11 seasons of the “Carol Burnett Show,” winning »
- Pat Saperstein
Carol Burnett is returning to the small screen. The comedic legend is set to star in an untitled multicamera comedy from executive producer Amy Poehler, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The project, which hails from Universal Television, centers on a family who gets the chance to buy the house of their dreams — one that they could never afford — on the condition that they live with the current owner, an older actress (Burnett), until she dies. Michael Saltzman, who grew up idolizing Burnett, will pen the script for the comedy that landed at ABC in a competitive situation. The
- Lesley Goldberg
A multi-camera comedy starring Carol Burnett has received a put pilot commitment at ABC, TheWrap has learned. The untitled comedy comes from writer and executive producer Michael Saltzman, with Amy Poehler also to serve as executive producer through her production company Paper Kite. The project, which centers on a family who gets to buy the house of their dreams on the condition that they must live with the current owner — who is an older actress played by 83-year-old Burnett — until she dies. Also Read: Carol Burnett to Receive SAG Life Achievement Award The TV veteran is best known for her long-running variety show. »
- Reid Nakamura
Forever, it seems, we’ve known that, more than just about anything, Owen has wanted to be a father. (Heck, you can tell just from this picture of him with Harriet, can’t you?) And in Thursday’s Grey’s Anatomy, it sure looked like Amelia was about to make her husband’s dream — as well as our very early fall preview — come true. Were the newlyweds really expecting? Read on and find out.
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Exclusive: A comedy legend is coming back to television. Carol Burnett is set to topline a multi-camera comedy, which, in a very competitive situation with broadcast and streaming networks bidding, has landed at ABC with a put pilot commitment. On the project, written/executive produced by Michael Saltzman, Burnett is paired with Amy Poehler, one of the brightest current female comedy stars whose careers were influenced by her. Poehler will executive produce through her… »
We’d learned in Season 2 that Victoria Grayson, regally played by Madeleine Stowe, had given a child up for adoption years before. And when reappeared in Queen V’s life as an adult, he looked a lot like Justin Hartley (This Is Us).
Their relationship, especially in the beginning, repeatedly sounded an odd note: »
Add one more to the reboot pile: The 1998 spy thriller Enemy of the State is getting the small-screen treatment at ABC, our sister site Variety reports.
Starring Will Smith and Gene Hackman, Enemy followed a crew of Nsa agents who came together to murder a U.S. Congressman — though things became a little more complicated when a video recording of the murder mysteriously surfaced.
RelatedLethal Weapon Reboot Picked Up for Full(ish) Season at Fox
ABC’s reboot — executive-produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, »
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