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MTV's 'Eye Candy' Canceled

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MTV's freshman drama Eye Candy is one and done. Leading lady Victoria Justice made the announcement Saturday via Twitter that the freshman drama has been canceled. An MTV representative also confirmed that Eye Candy will not be returning. "Eye Candy will not be returning for season two," she wrote in an extended post. "Even though a lot of you are going to feel sad/angry, please know that playing Lindy Sampson, is something that I loved and I will hold dear to my heart." The Viacom-owned cable network picked up the 10-episode drama in February 2014. The

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- Lesley Goldberg

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'Orphan Black' Postmortem: Tatiana Maslany Talks "Kill Switches," Break-Ups

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[Warning: This post contains spoilers for Orphan Black's season three premiere.] As Orphan Black's third season kicked off Saturday, the stakes for the female clones became rapidly apparent. Although on paper, a kidnapped — and hallucinating — Helena (Tatiana Maslany) was the one in most immediate danger, Sarah (Maslany) was asked to impersonate an injured Rachel (Maslany) at Dyad. Meanwhile, Alison (Maslany) was asked to try her hand at impersonating Sarah — in case anyone became suspicious and wanted to see the "captured" clone. While playing Rachel, Sarah learned the truth of the situation: all of her "sisters" were at

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- Marisa Roffman

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'Outlander' Writer on Claire's Shocking Decision, Geillis' Daring Move

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[Warning: Spoilers ahead from Saturday's episode of Outlander, "The Devil's Mark."] For fans of Outlander, Saturday’s episode was a one-two punch of major plot development and character reveals. After being accused of witchcraft alongside Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek), Claire (Caitriona Balfe) is put on trial, where her good deeds were used against her to prove the case. It is only when Geillis cops to being a witch to save her that Claire realizes she was not the only time traveler in town. But she’s not given much time to process it all before she and Jamie (Sam Heughan)

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- Alicia Lutes

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'Good Times' Actor Ben Powers Dies at 64

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Ben Powers, who played Thelma's (Bern Nadette Stanis) husband Keith Anderson on the final season of the classic CBS sitcom Good Times, has died. He was 64. Powers died April 6 in Providence, R.I., his family announced. He joined the cast of Good Times for its sixth and final season, playing Keith, a professional football player. "My condolences goes out to the family of Ben Powers, who past a few days ago," Stanis wrote on Facebook. "He was a great actor and great friend who is gone too soon. He will be missed by many. Until next lifetime, my

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- Mike Barnes, Ryan Gajewski

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