One Day at a Time‘s Season 2 finale was especially emotional, as the Alvarez family paid tribute to their beloved matriarch.
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Surely no one expected that Rita Moreno’s Lydia would die, but that didn’t make seeing her in a hospital bed any less painful. The character suffered an off-screen stroke at the close of Episode 12 and, after an invasive surgery to stop the hemorrhaging, was placed in a medically induced coma.
Not only is Justina Machado’s Army vet dating, she even introduces her brood to her new man — or “stallion,” as her mother Lydia (Egot legend Rita Moreno) describes Ed Quinn’s Emt.
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Meanwhile, Penelope’s daughter Elena, who recently came out, appears to be getting close with another girl. As for Alex, Penelope is already worried about her young son’s hypothetical future wife,
TVLine has your exclusive first look at One Day at a Time Season 2 (releasing Friday, Jan. 26 on Netflix), featuring 2 Broke Girls alum Ed Quinn as Penelope’s new love interest: an emergency medical technician who, coincidentally, happens to be named Max, just like his former sitcom fiancée.
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As it turns out, Penelope and Max have a bit of a history, having served together while stationed in Kabul. Sparks fly when they’re reunited at the hospital,
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ABC’s summer sudser has cast TV vet Jerry O’Connell (We Are Men) as the manny for Yunjin Kim’s beautifully disastrous doctor, TVLine has learned exclusively.
While O’Connell’s character Robert — who moonlights as an actor — will initially be in charge of changing diapers and locating lost binkies, we hear there’s a possibility that inappropriate love (aka the only kind we really want to see on Mistresses) could eventually follow.
E! has greenlit a new Khloe Kardashian series, ordering six episodes of “Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian.” The makeover show, specifically centered around scorned exes, will put two heartbroken individuals — be it from being dumped, losing their job or another hardship — and give them the chance to recreate themselves in each episode. Kardashian will have a team made up of a trainer, stylists and “glam squads” to help with the recreation.
“Looking great is always the best revenge,” Kardashian said. “It’s so exciting to be able to mentor these people through their full-body makeovers and I can’t wait to see the incredible results at their final reveals.”
LL Cool J is returning to host the 58th annual Grammy Awards, which air Feb.
"...when the government loses contact with the Vice President during a campaign stop in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a battle-hardened 'Seal' team just back from Afghanistan is sent in.
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Urban warfare has been unleashed. With no cure in sight and time running out, can an elite unit of badass warriors now survive their most horrific mission of all?..."
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The Driving Dead: Press Release: "Springfield, Ill. (August 24, 2015) – Actor Michael Rooker returns to his starring role in The Driving Dead Series with a new webisode, “The Chase,” premiering today.
The Driving Dead Series launched in August 2014 by the Illinois Department of Transportation (Idot) to thwart dangerous driving behaviors, like drinking and driving and failure to wear a seatbelt, among the most at-risk audience – young men. According to recent Idot data, seat belt usage in Illinois reached an all-time high of more than 95 percent in 2015. This marks an increase over last year representing an estimated 377 lives saved on Illinois roads.
The web-based Driving Dead Series has amassed more than 2.4 million YouTube views with its first three episodes.
His name was Luca
Went up to the second floor
Put his skeevy moves on Joss
As she guessed, he was a man-whore
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Surveillance cams to catch the sight
Then “Oh, hell no!”, out went the lights
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Ausiello: The Jensen Ackles-helmed Season 11 premiere* is titled “The Bad Seed” and now I know why: It marks the introduction of Amara, a femme fatale in her late 20s who possesses an acid tongue and a seductive beauty. The fearmonger is new to Earth and is so not impressed with the place. That doesn’t stop her from sticking around; she’s set to recur throughout the season. Not-So-Crazy-Theory: When The Darkness was released in the finale,
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Stephen Nichols (as Steve “Patch” Johnson) and Peter Reckell (as Bo Brady) will appear later this year, some time before Days turns the big 5-0 on Nov. 8, Soap Opera Digest reports.
Nichols was last spotted in Salem in 2009, while Reckell bid the town adieu in 2012.
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* Lifetime on Wednesday announced premiere dates for the next two films in
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