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NBC Orders Rosemary's Baby Miniseries
"As we move into the event movie and miniseries space, Rosemary's Baby represents the kind of attention-getting, surprising project that will make noise for us," NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke said in a statement. "The story has been updated and moved to Paris, but it's faithful to the spirit of Ira Levin's classic novel. This is a compelling tale wonderfully told."
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- Sadie Gennis
'Sytycd' stars Allison and tWitch got hitched!
It’s a match made in reality TV heaven (a.k.a. Nigel Lythgoe’s private estate): So You Think You Can Dance All-Stars Allison Holker (season 2) and Stephen “tWitch” Boss (season 4) tied the knot Tuesday, December 10 at the Paso Robles, California vineyard of the show’s executive producer. See a pic and a few of the couple’s highlights below….
“It’s official — I’m Mrs. Boss. We got married!” Allison tweeted.
- Annie Barrett
'Sons of Anarchy' postmortem: Rockmond Dunbar talks climactic scene
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Sons of Anarchy’s season 6 finale (read our full recap), stop reading now. Rockmond Dunbar (Sheriff Eli Roosevelt), who’s now a regular on CBS’ The Mentalist, phoned EW to talk about the episode’s shocking ending — and to gush about his daughter, Berkeley Seon, born Dec. 6. “My wife is making my dreams come true. She gave me a baby girl, 8 lbs., 3 oz., 20.5 inches. She is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen in my entire life. I’m just so happy, I don’t even sleep. All my friends told me, »
- Mandi Bierly
Directors Guild of America Taps Capra, Schaffner Recipients
The duo will be honored at the 66th Annual DGA Awards on Jan. 25 at the Century Plaza.
The Capra award is given to an assistant director or unit production manager in recognition of career achievement in the industry and service to the DGA. The Schaffner award goes to an associate director or stage manager.
Blaine joined the DGA in 1990 and has worked on thousands of commercials and hundreds of music videos. In 1999, he was elected chair of the Western Ad/Upm Commercial Committee and served four times on the commercial contract negotiating committee.
DeDario joined the DGA in 1969 and spent the next three decades working for ABC on the broadcasts of sporting events including the Olympics; the Super Bowl; Monday Night Football; the World »
- Dave McNary
'The Voice's' Christina Aguilera on beating Blake Shelton to the finals: 'I kind of felt bad'
It was bound to happen, and on Tuesday (Dec. 10), it finally did: Blake Shelton's three-season winning streak on "The Voice" came to its end when the coach's final artist, Cole Vosbury, was eliminated a week before the finale.
Though she's still in the game with young vocalist Jacquie Lee, returning coach Christina Aguilera didn't find much joy in being a part of Shelton's demise. Speaking with reporters backstage after the results episode, she admits, "I really wasn't invested in that whole derail," adding, "Adam [Levine,] I know, is going to pop champagne over that tonight, but you know, I kind of felt bad. You know, I don't feel good when anybody goes home. It's not about that."
Instead, she's focusing on coaching the young Lee all the way to victory, explaining that there's no room for holding back next week. "At this point, yeah, you've got to go big or go home, »
Victoria's Secret Fashion Show: Taylor Swift Wishes
I am just kidding about Taylor Swift — who could easily be a V.S. Angel if she dropped the mic, ruffled up some feathers, and listened a wee bit harder for the sound of a bell jingling on a passerby’s g-string.
Poof! Wings granted.
In fact, the only Angel who seemed to truly dwarf Taylor Swift, especially during the “British Invasion” opening number, was this Sexy Butterfly on Drugs a.k.a. returning champion Karlie Kloss.
- Annie Barrett
'Sons of Anarchy' Season 6 finale - 'A Mother's Work': [Spoiler] dies and it isn't pretty
Where do you even begin after the bloody opus that was the "Sons of Anarchy" Season 6 finale, "A Mother's Work"? While there were no end of theories about what would happen as the season came to a close, Tara's (Maggie Siff) death has left a hole in the hearts of viewers everywhere.
It was a horrible end she met, at the hands of her own mother-in-law, just when things were starting to look up for her. Jax (Charlie Hunnam) had agreed to turn himself into the authorities, taking the fall for the school shooting gun. It would keep the club clear of the charge, give Tara immunity for her crimes and keep his kids safe from the life of the club, in the arms of their mother.
The two came to an agreement after the club located the runaway Tara in a park with her sons. Tara surely thought it »
'Law & Order: Svu's' Capt. Cragen retires: 12 other great cop-show bosses (plus Jim Dangle)
After 15 seasons as the boss on "Law & Order: Svu" -- and three seasons before that on the original "L&O" -- Capt. Donald Cragen is retiring.
Dann Florek filmed his final scenes as Cragen on Friday (Dec. 6), capping a run of more than 400 episodes across the "Law & Order" universe. (The character is coming up against the NYPD's mandatory retirement age, the same thing that led to the exit of Richard Belzer's Detective John Munch earlier in the season.)
The gruff, disapproving commander is a stock character in crime shows, but Cragen transcended those tropes over the years and joins a pantheon of truly great cop show boss characters. With due respect to predecessors like Barney Miller and Frank Furillo of "Hill Street Blues," here are our favorites since Cragen first appeared on "Law & Order" in 1990.
Anita Van Buren ('Law & Order')
When Florek left "L&O" after its third season, »
Sons of Anarchy Post Mortem: Maggie Siff, Katey Sagal, Kurt Sutter on Deadly Finale, Plus Scoop on Season 7 — 'Jax Is Completely Untethered'
If you have yet to watch Tuesday’s Sons of Anarchy season finale, hit the nearest exit. Everyone else, read on…
As far as brutal, emotionally eviscerating onscreen deaths go, Tara’s meat-fork murder at the hands of Gemma in Tuesday’s Sons of Anarchy finale will be tough to top. But as difficult as it was to watch, imagine how grueling it must’ve been for their respective portrayers, Maggie Siff and Katey Sagal, to execute.
Actually, no need to imagine — read on as both actresses recall what it was like to shoot — and watch! — the grisly sequence. Sons »
- Megan Masters
'Sons of Anarchy' postmortem: Theo Rossi breaks Juice's drama down
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Sons of Anarchy’s season 6 finale, stop reading now. Theo Rossi (Juice) took a break from shopping for his nephew at Toys ‘R Us on Dec. 9 to talk us through Juice’s latest drama (so wrong, yet so right).
Entertainment Weekly: Holy s—.
Theo Rossi: [Laughs] Holy s—, right?
Before we get to the end, let’s start with the scene in which Jax (Charlie Hunnam) hugs Juice and tells him, “You betrayed me.” The look on Charlie’s face scared me through the TV. How did it feel filming that moment?
- Mandi Bierly
'Victoria's Secret Fashion Show': Miley Cyrus strikes again and she wasn't even there
They're the girls every guy wants and every girl wants to be ... the Victoria's Secret Angels. And on Tuesday (Dec. 10), we got to watch them parade their nearly-naked bodies down the runway while Fall Out Boy, Taylor Swift, A Great Big World, and Neon Jungle performed during the "Victoria's Secret Fashion Show."
It's kind of funny how a lingerie company puts on a huge fashion show annually, seeing as how lingerie requires the least amount of fabric and creativity to create, but Victoria's Secret has rebranded what a fashion show can be by adding outlandish and visually stimulating costume ideas to the bras and panties. There were long, billowing skirts and huge, feathered wings added to the bras and underwear.
But here's the thing: They're still bras and underwear. There was more skin showing in this one-hour telecast than most networks would allow in an entire season. Just check out »
'NCIS': How many exes does it take to solve a crime?
Your regular recapper, Sandra Gonzalez, is out for the night, so I will be trying (and failing) to fill her shoes. Luckily, when she finds the time to catch up, she has a very entertaining hour ahead of her. And by entertaining, I mean full of relationship drama. The lesson of tonight’s episode is that relationships are complicated… particularly when all of your exes are entangled in the same investigation. Shall we start trying to detangle this web?
The episode kicked off when a marine was murdered by a clown — which did not help my fear of clowns — and »
- Samantha Highfill
Sons of Anarchy Boss on the "Tragic" Season 6 Finale and What's Next for Jax
[Warning: The following story contains major spoilers from the Season 6 finale. Read at your own risk.]
Sons of Anarchy's bloodiest season yet delivered even more carnage on Tuesday's Season 6 finale.
After learning that Tara (Maggie Siff) took his sons, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) started a manhunt to find Tara before she could rat out the club to D.A. Patterson (Cch Pounder). However, when Samcro found Tara playing with her sons at the park, Jax delivered surprising news...
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- Adam Bryant
'Sons of Anarchy': Maggie Siff talks about tonight's shocker ending
If you watched tonight’s episode of Sons of Anarchy on FX, you experienced the brutal and gory death of a major character. Fortunately, EW was on the set when the actor was preparing to say goodbye.
But first, a spoiler alert! Don’t read beyond the jump if you haven’t watched the heartbreaking episode.Tara thought she was home clean, quite literally, after Jax decided to turn himself into the Feds — but that was before she found a very high Gemma waiting for her in the kitchen. In one of the more brutal deaths this season, the soulless »
- Lynette Rice
Sons of Anarchy Finale Recap: Kitchen Sunk
If you’ve yet to watch Tuesday’s Sons of Anarchy, we strongly advise you to steer clear of the following recap. Major spoilers await.
We’d been warned that Tuesday’s Sons of Anarchy finale would leave us “breathless,” but nothing — not even sage advice from Jimmy Smits — could prepare us for the gruesome, heart-pounding, jaw-dropping events that comprised the two-hour season ender.
While a majority of the installment was actually rather tame — by Sons‘ standards, anyway — the final 10 minutes »
- Megan Masters
'American Horror Story: Coven' 'The Head': A 'Good Wife' face stops by
Things come to (ahem) a head Wednesday, Dec. 11 on "American Horror Story: Coven," with the academy witches trying to fight back against the witch-hunter who tried to take them out. Here are a few spoilery tidbits for "The Head."
Did you think Joan Ramsey couldn't get any crazier? She totally can. Let's just say her former husband and Ella on "Pretty Little Liars" have something in common. The main storyline revolves around Hank this week, since he's the witch-hunter who shot up Ramsey's house last episode. It turns out he comes by his witch-hunting ways naturally. Misty Day may seem like a simple ne'er-do-well swamp witch, but it's not just Fiona who has taken notice of her extraordinary gifts. Myrtle goes eye-for-eye with the Council, after they burned her at the stake based on Fiona's testimony. It's unexpected and awesome.
Get excited, "Good Wife" fans. Everyone's favorite Chicago drug dealer »
Chicago Fire Fall Finale Recap: Watch Your Head
On Tuesday’s Chicago Fire fall finale, the team felt the sweet taste of victory before being dealt a major blow to one of their own.
With only 24 hours to go before they’re shut down, the men and women of Firehouse 51 band together to save their jobs. The little boy that Severide rescued shows up with some neighborhood moms who are disappointed about the shutdown. While the kid sets up shop with a little-signed petition, everyone else takes a different approach to the task. Severide rallies the troops, »
- Vlada Gelman
'Dance Moms' holiday special: Cathy Nesbitt-Stein stops by to fight
It's time for the "Dance Moms" holiday special, which should prove to be full of yuletide cheer and nothing but "God bless us, every one," right?
Uh huh. In the holiday spirit, Abby Lee Miller says that Christmas means to her that it's "two weeks off from the dance studio. No moms, no kids, no complaining."
Miller then says her "Dance Moms" are so rude that none of them are on her "nice" list. They're all on the naughty list -- Christi, whose mouth is out of control; Melissa, who is naughty all the time, inappropriately in front of the kids; Kelly showing up drunk at the dance studio, etc. etc.
The gifts are given out by shirtless Santa's elves. Kelly gets a beer helmet and eight bottles of tequila, Jill gets lip plumper, Holly gets shoes (for her big feet), Christi gets a cash box and makes »
'The Sing-Off' Season 4: Meet Street Corner Renaissance
It's been two years since the last season of NBC's "The Sing-Off" aired, but since then -- thanks to the success of the movie "Pitch Perfect" and to 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 to get an idea of what the competition will hold. Up next: Street Corner Renaissance, the elder statesmen of the competition.
The fourth season premiere of NBC's "The Sing-Off" was full of interesting song choices, but none was smarter than Street Corner Renaissance's lovely, old-school doo-wop version of One Direction's hit "What Makes You Beautiful."
A group of elder gentlemen singing a song by the most popular band among the entire teenage population of the world was a good choice, especially since it turned out so lovely. The Los Angeles-based group, which has been together for around a decade, »
The Voice Season 5 Semifinal Results Recap: Did the Right Three Singers Make the Finale?
Who says there’s no life after The Voice?
Season 5′s Top 5 results telecast felt like an aggressive response to the blogosphere complaint that NBC’s reality-singing behemoth has yet to produce a viable chart-topper — this week’s Top 10 iTunes milestones for covers by three current semifinalists notwithstanding. (Cue Xtina rageface, followed by an indignant, “Excuse me, but I’m No. 10 on Billboard right this very second, bitches!” No, girl, we’re talking about contestants, not coaches.)
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But yes, while it’s true that no alumni of the »
- Michael Slezak
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