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Reality Check: Debate Erupts Over American Idol's Week 3 Auditions! Plus — Advice for Randy's Replacement

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It’s not exactly Nicki Minaj vs. Mariah Carey 2.0, but Week 3 of American Idol‘s Season 14 auditions generates a whole lotta discord on this week’s Reality Check.

While my co-host Melinda Doolittle and I agree that the soulful Jelly Joseph was a standout in New Orleans, our paths diverge rather sharply after that. She compares one of my faves to a popular Muppets character, while I’m still wondering how one of her top picks made it past Round 1.

Before it’s all done, one of us winds up in the Naughty Corner, a few lines of “Bootylicious” get sung, »


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Revenge Recap: Is [Spoiler] Dead? Plus: Let's Discuss That Tragic Kiss

8 hours ago

If you thought Revenge was going to take things slow following the death of Malcolm Black, you clearly don’t know this show very well. Sunday’s episode — the last new hour until March 8, if you can believe it — reminded us just how chaotic life in the Hamptons can be, even without a psychotic killer on the loose.

Let’s start with Nolan and Louise’s wedding reception, an appropriately over-the-top affair which was nearly derailed when Emily used an ancient Japanese trick (or whatever) to help Louise remember she did kill her father, just as “Penelope Dreadful” revealed in last week’s episode. »


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Sons of Liberty: Was the Premiere of History's Miniseries Revolutionary?

8 hours ago

A group of unlikely acquaintances unite to take down a common enemy in History’s Revolutionary War drama Sons of Liberty, and — to paraphrase a famous quotation from the era — it’s a time that tries even the most patient TV viewer’s soul.

The opening installment of the cable channel’s scripted miniseries, which premiered Sunday and continues through Tuesday, covers one of the most exciting epochs in American history: the years right before the colonies turned against British rule and decided to go to war for independence.

It was a time of great unrest, violence and intrigue… so »


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Downton Abbey Recap: Guess Who's Coming to (Ruin) Dinner

9 hours ago

Miss Sarah “Woman With Opinions in 1924″ Bunting made yet another dramatic appearance in Sunday’s Downton Abbey, nearly igniting World War Three Two at the Crawleys’ dining room table.

Her lessons with Daisy have apparently being going well, which of course led Robert to the conclusion that they’re interfering with Daisy’s kitchen work and stressing out Mrs. Patmore. (Danger: Intelligent Female Alert!) I was actually surprised how well Robert handled the truth when Mrs. Patmore assured him Daisy’s lessons weren’t a problem — and not at all surprised when Miss Bunting kept pushing Robert’s buttons about it. »


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Galavant: Two Takes on Season 1, Including the Mildly 'Meh' Finale

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ABC’s Galavant wrapped its eight-episode freshman run on Sunday night by installing a new face on the throne, leaving another princess to be saved and sending two frenemies on a slow boat to… where, Mist Haven? Who knows.

Here, TVLine’s two biggest Galavant fans (Galafans?), Editor-at-Large Matt Webb Mitovich and West Coast Reporter Rebecca Iannucci, reflect on the ambitious musical-comedy’s maiden voyage and express reservations about what any possible Season 2 would look like.

We come here to primarily celebrate ABC’s Galavant as a whole, though I admittedly came away from the finale feeling a bit “meh. »


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SAG Awards 2015: Oitnb, Downton, Viola Davis, William H. Macy Win Big

11 hours ago

The 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were handed out Sunday night at the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles, and Netflix was the big winnerby topping three of the nine TV categories, including a pair of trophies for Orange Is the New Black.

First-time winners included Oitnb‘s Uzo Aduba, ShamelessWilliam H. Macy and ABC freshman How to Get Away With Murder (for star Viola Davis).

Related Golden Globes 2015: Gina Rodriguez, Transparent, The Affair Win Big

We’ve denoted Winners below. The Comments section, of course, is where you express euphoria or indignation.

Drama Ensemble

Boardwalk Empire »


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Zachary Quinto Nixes Heroes Comeback

12 hours ago

Wanted: A new Big Bad for Heroes.

Zachary Quinto has opted not to reprise his role as super-powered serial killer Sylar in NBC’s forthcoming 13-episode standalone miniseries Heroes Reborn.

“I’m not going back,” the actor told BuzzFeed. “[Series creator] Tim [Kring] reached out to me when they decided they were going to do it. We had a great conversation. It was such a meaningful experience for me. I just felt like I didn’t want to go back to it.

“Tim was very, very understanding,” Quinto added. “I’m thrilled that they’re doing it. I’m thrilled that Jack Coleman is going back to it. »


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