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'Doctor Who' - 'The Time of the Doctor' spoilers: Nudity, Christmas dinner and the Doctor's fate
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The following contains spoilers for "The Time of the Doctor."
Slowly but surely, more details about the upcoming "Doctor Who" Christmas special, "The Time of the Doctor" are finding the light of day and it's all pretty interesting.
The new spoilers come from "Doctor Who" magazine, according to the DoctorWhoTV fan site. They say the Doctor (Matt Smith) will indeed die on Trenzalore, the planet the episode is set on. He has seen his own demise before and returns there for the final battle, which involves the Silence, Daleks, Weeping Angels and Cybermen.
It won't all be a fight for the Doctor, though. He'll also cook Christmas dinner with Clara (Jenna Coleman) and there's evidently a "fair bit" of nudity. Who that nudity comes from is anyone's guess. In the magazine, showrunner Steven Moffat ponders the question, "Why are they called the Silence?" It will be interesting to see how that plays out. »
'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' moves to Thursdays: Watch the Season 2 trailer
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"Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" is moving to Thursday nights. Starting Jan. 16, TLC's going country with "Honey Boo Boo" at 9 p.m. and "Trailer Park: Welcome to Myrtle Manor" at 10 p.m. Et/Pt.
As you can see in the new trailer for "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," the Boo Boo clan (the Thompsons, for those of you into proper names) show no signs of their newfound fame affecting their heads. The new season features the family on summer break, which includes a road trip away from their rural Georgia hometown, Sugar Bear getting fed up with his estrogen-filled house, some "mud fun," and a cutest redneck pageant, among other hijinks.
Meanwhile, on "Myrtle Manor," in addition to the usual drama, the mobile home residents strike up a war with a rival trailer park. Check out the trailers for each show's new season below.
'The Vampire Diaries' fall finale: [Spoiler] breaks up while [Spoiler]'s days are numbered
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Well, that was unexpected. Actually, the outcome was what we all thought it would be after last week's "The Vampire Diaries" big reveal about Damon's murderous past, but the way we got to the destination was shocking to say the least.
Spoilers from "The Vampire Diaries" fall finale, "Fifty Shades of Grayson," below:
"Delena" is over. In one of the most heartbreaking scenes of Thursday (Dec. 12) night's episodes, Damon broke up with Elena -- not the other way around -- because he realized that while he would never change who he is, he couldn't bear to change who Elena is. You see, she was going to forgive and defend his revenge against the Augustines and the Whitmores because of his time spent captive in the Whitmore house dungeon being tortured, and Damon couldn't let her do that. It wasn't who she was, deep down. She was changing to suit him, »
'The Big Bang Theory' recap: The gang imagines life without Sheldon in 'The Cooper Extraction'
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What would life be without Sheldon Cooper? That was the question at hand for the gang during Thursday's (Dec. 12) episode of "The Big Bang Theory," prompted by the awkward one's trip home to Texas to witness the home birth of his sister's baby.
And as Amy (Mayim Bialik) points out -- several relationships important to the series would've never been possible without Sheldon (Jim Parsons) around as the annoying link. So, embracing an "It's A Wonderful Life" homage for Season 7's Christmas episode, the show allows the group to imagine their lives sans Sheldon while decorating for the holiday without him.
While Leonard (Johnny Galecki), Howard (Simon Helberg) and Raj (Kunal Nayyar) would've still known each other because of work, Penny's (Kaley Cuoco) certain her boyfriend would've never been able to ask her out during one of their many encounters as the Cheesecake Factory. She imagines him stumbling over his »
'The X Factor' Top 4 results: Did Restless Road, Jeff Gutt, Carlito Olivero, or Alex and Sierra make the finals?
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"The X Factor" might get less fanfare than its older sibling, "American Idol," but the final four acts remaining in Season 3 are worthy of as many accolades as the superstars on any other reality singing competition. It was a hard competition, but finally we narrowed down the semifinalists: groups Restless Road and Alex and Sierra, over 25-er Jeff Gutt, and boy Carlito Olivero, to the three finalists competing for the Season 3 title. Who made it?
The episode began with a delightfully chaste group number of Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger," and was followed by an extensive package recapping the Top 4 performance night. This essentially proved the uselessness of results shows, and the fact that it takes an hour to eliminate one act is kind of insane.
Mario Lopez then rapidly asked each act a question, providing ample opportunity for Miss America-style answers: we love everyone, everybody deserves to be here, I »
'Downton Abbey' Season 4 Q&A panel live stream
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"Downton Abbey" is gearing up for its return to the U.S. airwaves and as such, the cast is doing a lot of press on this side of the pond. Four stars appeared on "Watch What Happens Live" earlier this week, followed by Michelle Dockery playing antler ring-toss on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."
Thursday night (Dec. 12) there's a special treat for fans -- a live question-and-answer panel with the cast members in New York. The event is streaming live above beginning at 8:30 p.m. Et/5:30 pm. Pt.
"Downton Abbey" premieres in the U.S. Sunday, Jan. 5, 2014 on PBS. »
'New Girl': A Super Bowl episode with Prince?
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"New Girl" is hitting the TV jackpot this winter. Not only will the show get a Super Bowl episode, but the comedy will also have a huge guest star: Prince.
First reported at DrFunkenberry.com -- which cited an anonymous source at the show -- Prince will play himself on the third-season comedy. The idea is that the "New Girl" characters will somehow interact with one of Prince's superstar house parties. Additionally, Prince will somehow come between Jess and Nick in their relationship (according to E! Online)
"Prince actually reached out to the show," the source says. "He is a big fan and wanted to do it. We were blown away and agreed immediately."
Big Deal Alert! Exciting news coming tomorrow. »
'Teen Wolf' Season 3b trailer: Dark times for Stiles, Scott and Allison
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When "Teen Wolf" Season 3 returns with new episodes in January, the world of Beacon Hills is going to be a dark and scary place. Scott, Stiles and Allison especially will have to fight the darkness -- even if that darkness is inside of them as well as outside.
See the darkness for yourself in this trailer for the winter season.
The premiere episode starts about three weeks after Scott (Tyler Posey), Stiles (Dylan O'Brien) and Allison (Crystal Reed) braved a near-death experience and ritual sacrifice in order to save their parents. Unfortunately, the after-effects are just beginning. A new student in town, Kira (Arden Cho), may hold some answers for the trio. But can they trust a girl with strange powers of her own?
Meanwhile, Sheriff Stilinski starts to look through old cases, looking for supernatural connections. What he finds could be very dangerous to him and the rest of the town. »
WWE's The Miz on 'Christmas Bounty', 'Real World' and 'Tribute to the Troops'
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Mike "The Miz" Mizanin has followed a path in show business unlike any other. While most know him as a WWE Superstar, he got his start on the MTV reality show "The Real World" before taking a shot at professional wrestling.
Throughout his career he has been WWE Champion, fought in the main event of "Wrestlemania" and is now adding movies to an already impressive resume. His latest, a joint production between ABC Family and WWE Studios, is "Christmas Bounty" with Francia Raisa ("The Secret Life of the American Teenager").
The Miz sat down with Zap2it to talk about the movie, which premiered on ABC Family before releasing on DVD, as well as WWE's annual "Tribute to the Troops" and how "The Real World" both helped and hindered his career.
Zap2it: "Christmas Bounty" is your second time out as a leading man. What is happening in this movie? »
'Community' Season 5: Watch the epic 'Beyond the Darkest Timeline' trailer
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"Community" Season 5 returns on Jan. 2. Obviously, an event of this magnitude (Pop! Pop!) deserves an epic trailer video. That is exactly what NBC has delivered in one of the most ridiculously over-the-top ad in television history.
Drawing from scenes from several Season 5 episodes -- and noting that this season of "Community" comes from the guy (Dan Harmon) who brought us seasons 1 through 3 -- this particular trailer is thoroughly entertaining. If this is what "Community" fans have in store for them over the next few months, then perhaps the oft-shouted "six seasons and a movie" mantra isn't too far off.
Note: In a fan-friendly touch, the voiceover of "six seasons and a movie!" comes from Abed in the clip-show episode, the phrase's origin.
Related: 5 spoilers from the "Community" Season 5 premiere.
What are some highlights in the video?
"Son of a b****! After everything 'Scrubs' did for him? »
'Glee': Skylar Astin joins Lea Michele for 'Spring Awakening' reunion
7 hours ago
According to TVLine, Astin's character, Jean-Baptiste, is the lead singer of Throat Explosion, one of the groups competing against the New Directions at Nationals. Darren Criss posted a photo on Instagram of himself, Astin and Chord Overstreet on set confirming the news.
Astin's role likely means he and Michele won't cross paths, although you never know if she'll show up to support her former glee club members at their big competition.
Astin starred in 2012's surprise hit about a cappella singing, "Pitch Perfect," and currently plays the lead in the TBS sitcom "Ground Floor." He's the third "Spring Awakening" alum to join the show, after Michele's then real-life Bff/onscreen love interest Jonathan Groff in Season 1 and »
'The Sing-Off' Season 4: Meet Orlando-based VoicePlay
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Two years after the last season of NBC's "The Sing-Off" aired -- and following the success of the movie "Pitch Perfect" and Internet phenomenon Pentatonix, who won Season 3 -- a cappella singing is en vogue again. Zap2it spoke with each of the groups competing in Season 4 of the reality competition. Up next: VoicePlay, an Orlando-based group with a secret weapon.
VoicePlay, one of the groups competing on "The Sing-Off" Season 4, has a secret weapon: Honey Larochelle, their fiery-haired female singer. The formerly all-male group began in high school as a barbershop quartet. "We kind of evolved our sound through the years and added a fifth guy," explains Geoff Castellucci. "For 'The Sing-Off' we wanted a little more of an edge of a sound, so we decided to put out a call to a good friend of ours, Honey, and she's adding a spark."
Castellucci says the group's sound is contemporary pop, »
'This vs. That' creator claims Discovery and 'Mythbusters' stole his show
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Jon Hotchkiss is taking a stand against Discovery Channel and "MythBusters" over what he claims amounts to the network and its show copying Hotchkiss' material. The creator of the "This vs. That" web series says Discovery stole content he pitched to them and used it on "MythBusters" without his consent -- or payment to him.
In a detailed blog post on the "This vs. That" blog, Hotchkiss describes his dealings with Discovery beginning on Aug. 31, 2010 and continuing through the present day. What started off as a pitch meeting where Hotchkiss presented the idea of "This vs. That" to Discovery ended with the network using ideas he shared with them on episodes of "MythBusters" that didn't air within the United States.
Hotchkiss claims this is all being written off as a coincidence, but he has put forth evidence that seemingly proves his claims. When Zap2it asked Discovery for a statement, »
'Survivor' renewed for 2014-15; Miley Cyrus joins 'New Year's Rockin' Eve' lineup
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News and notes from all over TV:
- CBS has picked up two more editions of "Survivor" for the 2014-15 season and extended its contract with host and executive producer Jeff Probst. The two cycles for next season will be the 29th and 30th installments of the show and will take "Survivor" past the 450-episode mark.
- Miley Cyrus has been inescapable in 2013, so it's fitting that she'll help bring the year to a close. She'll be one of the performers on ABC's "New Year's Rockin' Eve" broadcast in New York's Times Square. [@MileyCyrus]
- ABC has a special souvenir for "Scandal" fans just in time for holiday gift lists. A photo of the entire cast, titled "The Storm Is Coming," is available in limited quantities at datgprints.com. The prints are each signed and numbered by the photographer. If you or your gift recipient are more into Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington »
Watch Natalie Dormer back on 'Elementary' as the nefarious Moriarty
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But is she so diabolical this time around? The episode description for "The Diabolical Kind" says that Holmes and Watson's one-time adversary is "brought in as a consultant on a kidnapping case." The cheat tweet reads, "Moriarty is back! And she's working w/ Holmes & Watson?!"
Oh, dear. Can she be trusted? Her appearance last season certainly threw Sherlock for a loop -- and we definitely don't like the looks of the giant picture of Joan Watson that Moriarty appears to have painted. That's ... weird.
Check out the preview video below and get excited for Moriarty's return, Thursday, Jan. 2 at 10 p.m. Et/Pt on "Sherlock" on CBS.
'The X Factor': Jeff Gutt and Kelly Rowland on the emotional 'Hallelujah'
9 hours ago
Simon Cowell is a hard man to please. And having been on what feels like dozens of iterations of talent competitions over the years, he's heard the standards many, many times. But during Wednesday's (Dec. 11) semifinal episode of "The X Factor" Season 3, he said Jeff Gutt's rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" -- a song that's been covered countless times throughout the years -- was one of the best he's heard. And he's produced some versions of the song!
"Simon doesn't like anything," Gutt's mentor Kelly Rowland tells Zap2it backstage after the show. "Inside I was dancing across the tables, but I had to completely just chill and was just so happy that Simon felt that way."
Says Gutt, "Simon is a very smart guy, so to get two standing ovations from him when he still has two acts in, it meant that he really liked it. He wanted »
'Hart of Dixie' spoilers: Lemon's return date (with Robert Buckley?), plus a Roaring '20s photo
10 hours ago
"Hart of Dixie" is about to go back in time. Well, not really, but it looks like Bluebell is going to get into the theme party fun when The CW's southern charmer returns in the new year.
Series star Jaime King, who plays Lemon Breeland, shared the above photo on Instagram Thursday (Dec. 12) of herself and Claudia Lee, who plays Lemon's younger sister Magnolia, dressed in their "Roaring '20s" flapper finest. But during "Hart of Dixie's" fall finale, Lemon lost a bet with her father and planned to leave Bluebell for a while to help her grandmother heal from her broken hip (to coincide with new mom King's maternity leave). So when is she returning?
'Game of Thrones' Golden Globes snub: Season 3 deserved nominations
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With awards show nominations coming out in droves, it's that time of year when many TV shows find themselves -- fairly or unfairly -- snubbed. There were a lot of exciting additions to the Golden Globes nominations pool this year, from Tatiana Maslany's phenomenal "Orphan Black" role to Fox's breakout comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."
The biggest snub in this year's nominations, though, has to be HBO's fantasy drama "Game of Thrones."
What's particularly surprising about the Globes shutout this year is that Season 3 was "Game of Thrones'" best one yet. Here's why:
The Red Wedding. The overwhelming reaction fans had to the Red Wedding episode wasn't just because they were invested in the series. The writing and execution on the horrifying »
'Psych': Celebrate the musical with the best GIFs of Shawn and Gus
10 hours ago
"Psych: The Musical" is almost here, gang. We've been celebrating all week long, with previews of the extravaganza, inside dish from the stars and creator and a look back at the best musical episodes of TV.
Today we bring you some of our favorite Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill) GIFs from over the years. The two hilarious actors are so expressive and required to do so much physical comedy that one could make dozens of GIFs from every episode. These are just a sample of the fun times they have on the show.
Get ready, "Psych"-Os. The musical premieres at 9 p.m. Et/Pt Sunday, Dec. 15 on USA. It's going to be epic.
'The Sing-Off': Meet the impressive high schoolers of Vocal Rush
11 hours ago
Two years after the last season of NBC's "The Sing-Off" aired -- and following the success of the movie "Pitch Perfect" and Internet phenomenon Pentatonix, who won Season 3 -- a cappella singing is en vogue again. Zap2it spoke with each of the groups competing in Season 4 of the reality competition. Up next: Vocal Rush, a group of insanely talented high school students.
You'll probably feel extremely unaccomplished when you find out that the members of Vocal Rush, one of the highlights of the premiere of "The Sing-Off" Season 4, are all high school students.
"The group started in March of 2011 as an after school program that our director started, and after doing it for so long and constantly singing and performing, it became part of the curriculum" at Oakland School for the Arts, explains group member Sarah Vela.
If that weren't enough, they'll also make you feel extremely uncool when »
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