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Miles Teller Reveals How He Proposed to His Girlfriend Keleigh Sperry: 'She Thought Somebody Had Died'

Miles Teller Reveals How He Proposed to His Girlfriend Keleigh Sperry: 'She Thought Somebody Had Died'
Guys, take note!

If there is one way to propose to your girlfriend, it’s on an African safari. That’s just what Only the Brave star Miles Teller did back in August when he popped the question to his girlfriend of just over four years, Keleigh Sperry.

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“I proposed to her on an African safari,” Teller said during an appearance earlier this week on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The 30-year-old actor explained how he had a guide tie up a rose to a tree with a little note attached to it, but did not expect Keleigh’s initial reaction.

“She thought somebody had died," he said with a laugh. "She thought it was kind of like an In Memoriam kind of thing and I’m like, 'Oh my god,' and I’m just, like, staring, 'Like
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Las Vegas Shows Canceled in Wake of Deadly Shooting at Music Festival

Las Vegas Shows Canceled in Wake of Deadly Shooting at Music Festival
Las Vegas’ biggest resort groups are canceling shows in the wake of Sunday’s deadly shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival.

A spokesperson for MGM Resorts tells Et that Monday’s shows at all of their properties have been called off. The company owns a string of resorts, including Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, which was at the center of the devastating shooting and is home to Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson One.

All other Cirque du Soleil productions in Las Vegas have also been canceled for Monday, as have performances by the Blue Man Group.

“As the tragic events unfolded, all Cirque du Soleil’s theatres were immediately put into lock‐down in collaboration with local authorities,” Cirque du Soleil and Blue Man Group said in a statement. “Audience members that were attending the shows have since been authorized to leave the theaters. For the time being, none of Cirque
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Ratings: Zoo Steady Ahead of Finale

Ratings: Zoo Steady Ahead of Finale
The penultimate Season 3 episode of CBS’ yet-to-be-renewed Zoo on Thursday night drew 2.63 million total viewers and a 0.5 rating, marking its second-largest audience in seven weeks while holding steady in the demo.

Opening the Eye’s lineup, a Big Bang Theory rerun delivered Thursday’s biggest audience (6.4 mil), while Big Brother (6 mil/1.8) held steady to dominate the night in the demo.

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Over on Fox, the already renewed Beat Shazam‘s finale (2.4 mil/0.7) drew its second-smallest audience while tying its demo low; Love Connection (2.2 mil/0.6) was flat with its own finale.

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‘My Chauffeur’ Blu-ray Review (Vinegar Syndrome)

Stars: Deborah Foreman, Sam J. Jones, Sean McClory, Howard Hesseman, E. G. Marshall, Penn Jillette, Teller, John O’Leary, Julius Harris, Laurie Main | Written and Directed by David Beaird

Casey Meadows (Deborah Foreman) is a young and free-spirited girl who although full of spunk and ambition – is trapped in a Californian restaurant cleaning dishes as well as trying to clean the crust off the idea of the American Dream. With seemingly no hope aside from sinking evermore deeper in to the scummy dishwater before her – Casey’s life may be on the up. One day at work, she receives a letter from a company named Brentwood Limousine Agency – the Rolls-Royce of Limousine Services – offering her a role as one of their drivers. Excited by the prospect of being part of such a prestigious organisation (and all that sick dough of course!), Casey takes no time in turning up for her first day of work.
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Thursday TV Ratings: Zoo, Love Connection, The Wall, Boy Band, Penn & Teller: Fool Us

Thursday, August 24, 2017, ratings -- New episodes: Zoo, Big Brother, Beat Shazam, Love Connection, The Wall, Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Summer Edition, The Night Shift, Boy Band, Battle of the Network Stars, The Gong Show, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, and Whose Line Is It Anyway. Reruns: Whose Line Is It Anyway, Great News, The Big Bang Theory and Kevin Can Wait.Read More…
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TV Ratings: ‘Boy Band’ Finale Matches Season High

TV Ratings: ‘Boy Band’ Finale Matches Season High
The season finale of ABC’s “Boy Band” matched the series high in the key demo on Thursday, according to Nielsen overnight data.

Airing at 8 p.m., the singing competition series averaged a 0.7 rating in adults 18-49 and 2.7 million viewers, up siginificantly in both measures from last week. That is also the best demo rating the show has done since it premiered in June, and the best total viewers number it has drawn since early July. The first season as a whole averaged a 0.6 and 2.5 million viewers in Live+Same Day.

It should be noted, however, that Thursday’s ratings are subject to adjustment in official nationals due to some local preemptions for NFL preseason football.

Later on ABC, “Battle of the Network Stars” (0.5, 2.3 million) dipped in the demo.

On NBC, “The Wall” (1.0, 5.4 million), “SNL: Weekend Update” (1.5, 5.8 million), and “The Night Shift” (0.8, 4.1 million) were all up across the board pending adjustments.

For
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Ratings: Big Brother Slips, Weekend Update Finale Holds Steady in Second

Ratings: Big Brother Slips, Weekend Update Finale Holds Steady in Second
CBS’ Big Brother this Thursday drew 6.4 million total viewers and a 1.8 rating, down 14 percent in the demo from its week-ago finals to equal its second-lowest Thursday rating for this cycle— and that is with NFL preemptions yet to be subtracted out. That said, it will as usual lead the night in the demo (while a Big Bang rerun delivered the largest audience).

Leading out of Bb, Zoo (2.9 mil/0.6) is currently matching last week’s prelim numbers.

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Elsewhere:

ABC | Pending NFL adjustments, Boy Band (2.7 mil/0.7) is looking at a demo high for its finale,
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Thursday TV Ratings: Beat Shazam, The Wall, Boy Band, Zoo, Penn & Teller: Fool Us

Thursday, August 17, 2017, ratings -- New episodes: Beat Shazam, Love Connection, The Wall, Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Summer Edition, The Night Shift, Boy Band, Battle of the Network Stars, The Gong Show, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Hooten & The Lady, Zoo, and Big Brother. Reruns: Whose Line Is It Anyway, Great News, The Big Bang Theory and Kevin Can Wait.Read More…
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TV Ratings: ‘SNL: Weekend Update’ Stays Solid With Surprise Cameos

TV Ratings: ‘SNL: Weekend Update’ Stays Solid With Surprise Cameos
The second installment of “SNL: Weekend Update” is currently up significantly in both key ratings measures in its second week, according to Nielsen overnight data,

However, Thursday night’s numbers will likely be adjusted down later today due to local preemptions for NFL preseason football.

Airing at 9 p.m., the expanded version of the popular segment is currently averaging a 1.5 rating in adults 18-49 and 5.8 million total viewers. That is up approximately 25% in the key demo and 24% in total viewers, pending adjustments. The episode featured cameos by former “SNL” cast members Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon, and Seth Meyers.

Earlier on NBC, “The Wall” (1.2, 5.8 million) was also up significantly in both measures. A new episode of “The Night Shift” (0.8, 4 million) is currently matching its season high in the key demo.

On CBS, “Big Brother” (2.0, 6.6 million) was the top-rated and most-watched show of the night. “Zoo” (0.6, 2.8 million) was up in total viewers at 10.

For ABC, “Boy
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Ratings: Weekend Update Stays Strong, Places Second Behind Big Brother

Ratings: Weekend Update Stays Strong, Places Second Behind Big Brother
NBC’s Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update special this Thursday again placed second for the night, trailing only CBS’ Big Brother in the demo.

With NFL preemptions now factored out, Weekend Update drew 4.9 million total viewers and a 1.2 demo rating (per finals), adding a few eyeballs versus last week while steady in the demo. The Wall’s 4.9 mil/0.9 rose two tenths, while The Night Shift (3.5 mil/0.6) ticked up a tenth,

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Elsewhere….

CBS | Big Brother led the night with 6.5 mil and a 2.1 (up two tenths week-to-week
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Thursday TV Ratings: The Night Shift, Boy Band, Love Connection, Zoo, Penn & Teller: Fool Us

Thursday, August 10, 2017, ratings -- New episodes: The Wall, Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Summer Edition, The Night Shift, Boy Band, Battle of the Network Stars, The Gong Show, Beat Shazam, Love Connection, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Hooten & The Lady, Zoo, and Big Brother. Reruns: The Big Bang Theory and Kevin Can Wait.Read More…
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Ratings: SNL's Weekend Update Special Performs Strongly

Ratings: SNL's Weekend Update Special Performs Strongly
NBC’s Saturday Night Live Weekend Update special this Thursday performed strongly, delivering the night’s second-best numbers.

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With significant amounts of preseason NFL preemptions now factored out from all the broadcasters, Weekend Update wound up with 4.7 million total viewers and a 1.2 rating in finals, trailing only CBS’ Big Brother in the demo.

TVLine readers gave the summertime special an average grade of “B+.”

Leading into that, The Wall did 4.2 mil/0.7 (down 20 percent from its previous outing), while A Very Special Night Shift closed the Peacock’s night with
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TV Ratings: ‘SNL: Weekend Update’ Opens Strong for NBC

TV Ratings: ‘SNL: Weekend Update’ Opens Strong for NBC
The first standalone edition of “Saturday Night Live” staple “Weekend Update” managed strong numbers in Nielsen’s Thursday overnight ratings.

At 9 p.m., the half-hour comedy special drew a 1.7 rating in adults 18-49 and 6.5 million viewers. It built on its lead in from “The Wall” (1.2, 6.2 million) by 42% in the key demo, and was the number two original show of the night on the Big 4 in the demo, behind only “Big Brother” on CBS. Additionally, no summer comedy, new or returning, has debuted higher than a 1.5 in eight years since ABC’s “The Goode Family” in 2009.

It should be noted that many local markets preempted primetime broadcast programming for NFL pre-season football, meaning these numbers could be subject to greater adjustment later today.

After “The Wall” and “Weekend Update,” “The Night Shift” (0.9, 4.5 million) is currently up in the demo on NBC.

On CBS, after “Big Brother,” “Zoo” (0.8, 3.5 million) rose significantly in both measures, doubling
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Tony Hale and Thomas Lennon Join Clint Eastwood’s Next Pic (Exclusive)

Tony Hale and Thomas Lennon Join Clint Eastwood’s Next Pic (Exclusive)
Tony Hale and Thomas Lennon have rounded out the cast of Clint Eastwood’s next pic “The 15:17 to Paris.”

The pic is the true life story of the three Americans who stopped a terrorist on a train bound for Paris. Eastwood recently threw a curve ball by announcing that he would cast the real life heroes (Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, and Spencer Stone) to portray themselves in the film.

Jenna Fischer and Judy Greer are also on board. Eastwood will produce with Tim Moore, Kristina Rivera and Jessica Meier. Warner Bros. will distribute, and Village Roadshow Pictures, who will also co-finance, will handle in select territories.

Hale will play a gym teacher and Lennon will play the principal at the school where the men went to school as kids.

The film is based on the book of the same name by Sadler, Skarlatos, Stone and Jeffrey E. Stern; and Bruce Berman to exec produce. Dorothy Blyskal
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Sons Of Anarchy Spinoff Mayans Mc To Undergo Major Reshoots; Key Roles Recast

If you’re wondering why FX has been particularly quiet about its upcoming Sons of Anarchy spinoff, Mayans Mc, Variety has revealed the somewhat troubling news that the network now plans to completely reshoot and partially recast its Latino-centric pilot.

Little is known about which actors FX plans to replace, but considering that Mayans Mc is set to undergo major reshoots, we imagine this shake-up will be fairly extensive. Prior to Variety’s scoop, the spinoff pilot had cast Jd Pardo as Ezekiel “Ez” Reyes, Edward James Olmos as Ez’s father Felipe, and Richard Cabral as Johnny “El Coco” Cruz – three key players of the Sons of Anarchy follow-up, so we assume their places aboard Mayans Mc are relatively safe.

Mc will only be partially recast, remember, so it’s more likely that FX will choose to overhaul the roster of supporting players, one which previously featured Jacqueline Obradors,
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The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Episode 5: From The Gallows Review

Throughout its first four episodes, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier was a largely uneven game that struggled to find a real identity. Story beats from past Telltale titles were repeated, gameplay was rarely present and the game resorted to old tricks when it attempted to shock the player. Despite this, I still had hope that everything could come together in the finale. There was still a chance for the fifth episode, titled From the Gallows, to do something meaningful.

Unfortunately, I was wrong, and frankly, I feel stupid for expecting anything different. Seemingly every annoying trope from past games appears in the final episode. From watching events unfold despite your best intentions to the unavoidable deaths of characters that were already written out of other players’ games, it felt like Telltale was flaunting that character choices don’t really matter. Past games were built around protecting this illusion,
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TV Ratings Report: Scripted Suffers on a Warm Night

Let's see what television goodness came our way on one of the warmest nights of spring so far.

People will stay indoors to watch other people with talent, whether they be former stars or stars in the making.

That's the lesson of April 17, 2017.

On ABC, two hours of Dancing with the Stars rewarded the network with a 1.7 in the 8pm hour and a 1.8 in the 9pm hour from the coveted 18-49 demo. Adults 15-54 added five tenths in their group.

Dancing with the Stars was up a tenth in the first hour and two-tenths the second from its ratings in the previous week.

Quantico couldn't even hold onto half of that audience in the 10pm hour, with a paltry 0.6, but held steady on the week. Ouch.

Over on CBS, Kevin Can Wait, Man with a Plan, Superior Donuts and 2 Broke Girls all delivered 1.0 and Scorpion added a tenth with 1.1.

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TV Ratings Report: Quantico Slides

The days of Dancing With the Stars being a heavyweight in the ratings are long gone, but lead-out, Quantico is not performing well. 

ABC: Dancing With the Stars (10.3 million/1.5 rating) slipped for the second week in a row, while Quantico (3.2 million/0.6) was down two-tenths, which will not bode well for a third season renewal. 

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NBC: The Voice (9.8 million/2.1 rating) and Taken (4.9 million/0.9 rating) slipped. Maybe Taken should stick to the box office. The TV show is just not cutting it in the ratings. 

CBS: A Big Bang Theory (11.4 million/2.6 rating) encore emerged as the top-rated scripted series of the night and was actually on par with its most recent Thursday outing. 

Championship Central (9.3 million/2.6 rating) had solid ratings. 

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Fox: 24: Legacy (3.1 million/0.9 rating) eased a tenth, while Apb (2.7 million/0.6 rating) was steady. 

The CW: It was encores of Supergirl
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TVLine Items: Parks and Rec Stars Get Crafty, SNL Taps Harry Styles and More

TVLine Items: Parks and Rec Stars Get Crafty, SNL Taps Harry Styles and More
NBC has designs on TV’s erstwhile Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson.

The Peacock network has given a six-episode order to The Handmade Project, a competition series hosted by Parks and Recreation alums Amy Poehler (who will also produce) and Nick Offerman, our sister site Deadline reports.

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The program celebrates artisanship and the makers who can create amazing things with their hands and a few tools, a skill in which woodworker Offerman, like Parks and Rec‘s Ron, is well-versed.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets?
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TV Ratings: ‘The Voice’ Wins at the Expense of ‘The Bachelor’

TV Ratings: ‘The Voice’ Wins at the Expense of ‘The Bachelor’
With NBC’s “The Voice” back in action, ABC’s “The Bachelor” is perhaps feeling the heat. Though Monday’s performance was down from a year ago (and the September cycle) by half a point in the 18-49 demographic, “The Voice” still won the night handily with a 2.7 in the demo and 12.1 million viewers.

“The Bachelor,” while still drawing a respectable young crowd, saw its demo rating dip slightly to a 2.2, with an audience of 7.13 million. A two-hour “The Women Tell All” special garnered an average 1.8 rating in the demo with 5.88 million viewers. “The Voice” actually grew against the first of those two hours, to a 2.9 in the demo and 12.8 million viewers.

On the plus side for ABC, “The Women Tell All” drew a 1.6 in the demo and 5.44 million viewers in the 10 p.m. hour, comfortably beating the competition in the demo, including NBC’s “Taken,” which dipped in its second week from a 1.6 to a 1.3 in
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