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The cast and producers of the CW drama dropped a lot of scoop during the show’s San Diego Comic-Con panel on Saturday. Here’s the latest on “Bughead’s” upcoming challenges, the “sexiest” scene ever, an even meaner Cheryl Blossom and much more:
* A new trailer for Season 2 gave fans a glimpse of Archie’s anger and fear following Fred’s diner shooting, with Pop ominously calling the shooter “the Angel of Death” — and a devilish Cheryl taunting her mom Penelope, »
First, check out the video above for a look at what’s to come following the shocking season one finale, when Archie (Kj Apa) and his father, Fred Andrews (Luke Perry), found themselves facing down a masked gunman at Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe. Fred took the bullet, and while his fate hangs in the balance, it looks like it may be Archie and his friends who are truly taking a dark turn.
“People will look back at this as the exact moment that last bit of Riverdale’s innocence finally died,” Jughead (Cole Sprouse) warns ominously in voiceover, as Archie drags his bloodied-but-alive father into the hospital.
Exclusive: 'Riverdale' Boss Reveals Why [Spoiler] Was Shot in the »
It’s time to meet a new Riverdale resident!
Season two of the hit CW drama will introduce the Archie Comics character Toni Topaz, Et exclusively reveals.
The showrunner also revealed that Toni might mean "trouble" for Betty and Jughead's relationship. Uh-oh!
Keep reading for even more exclusive details on Toni Topaz's introduction and what's to come in season two!
Exclusive: Jughead and Betty's 'Riverdale' Romance Continues in This Adorable Sneak Peek!
It was some fun, and of course games, as ABC revived the Battle of the Network Stars competition on Thursday night.
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The inaugural edition of the reboot pitted a “TV Sitcoms” team (populated by Fuller House‘s Dave Coulier, Roseanne‘s Tom Arnold, The Goldbergs‘ Aj Michalka, Growing Pains‘ Tracy Gold and Perfect Strangers‘ Bronson Pinchot) against a brood of “TV Kids” (Facts of Life‘s Lisa Whelchel and Kim Fields, Blossom‘s Joey Lawrence, High School Musical‘s Corbin Bleu, »
Mayim Bialik is on vocal rest.
The 41-year-old Big Bang Theory actress revealed on Wednesday that she can't speak for a month because her vocal chords are sprained. Bialik tweeted a picture of her at the doctor's office, and relayed the bad news.
"Me waiting for a check up from my Ent. Can't speak for a month. Yup," she wrote.
News: Mayim Bialik Says 'Getting Naked Is Not the Only Way to Feel Empowered' in Passionate Video
But Bialik has the help of her 11-year-old son Miles to communicate with fans. The actress posted an Instagram video of Miles reading her messages out loud as she's typing them.
"This is my son, Miles, talking. I sprained my vocal chords and I can't speak -- it really sucks," Miles said on behalf of his mom. "So, we're having a silent video with me talking. I can't talk because my vocal chords are sprained."
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Image Source: Maggie Boyd It's hard not to greet David Lascher and Kelly Brown with a "Heeeeeey Duuuuude," but somehow I resist. It's been 28 years since Hey Dude debuted, and Lascher is now 45; Brown is a tad older, a fact that she reiterates a bit in our interview (her exact age isn't on the internet, and I know better than to ask her). They both look great, and while their faces haven't been onscreen much lately, they're so instantly recognizable to me that it's like seeing old friends. As a rabid Hey Dude watcher as a kid, this interview feels very special. They're in Austin for Atx, the TV festival that specializes in huge TV fandoms and nostalgia. Though the whole cast, save for Brown, reunited a few years ago at the same event, it's just these two this time, and if you watched, you know them better as Ted and Brad. »
- Shannon Vestal Robson
Mayim Bialik has a message for girls and young women about taking off their clothes for the camera.
"Getting naked is not the only way to feel empowered as a beautiful person," the 41-year-old actress says in her new YouTube video she shared on Thursday.
Related: Mayim Bialik Dedicates Critics' Choice Award to Late Father: 'This Is for You'
"Anyone else having issues with celebs disrobing in the name of empowerment? I'm sure you're not surprised that I do and I think you should, too!" the Big Bang Theory star wrote in the video's description, adding, "Is the way to inspire young girls' confidence to equate nakedness with empowerment?"
Bialik begins by saying that she is not a prude or trying to fat-shame, and understands that we live in a culture that embraces sexuality.
"I'm not going to lie, I have spent some of my life wishing I was pretty and skinny like other women," she adds. "But »
While the body positivity movement focuses on embracing cellulite and stretch marks, Mayim Bialik says she doesn’t find it empowering.
The Big Bang Theory star applauds the women who show off and embrace their “imperfections” — Bialik names Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Hunter McGrady and Amy Schumer as two of them — but says it’s not for her.
“Honestly, that’s totally great for those women. I don’t have those feelings about the ‘imperfections’ of my body at all,” Bialik, 41, tells Glamour. “It’s something I spoke to Hunter about. I said, ‘I understand there are some women »
- Julie Mazziotta
The Big Bang Theory star posted the photo of them together on Instagram, with the caption, “He looks more like me than I do. Yes. He played my older brother on #blossom. He is helping unzip my dress outside of a dive bar in the village. I love him. @mikestoyanov we are still so much fun after all these years!!!”
- Alexia Fernandez
Mayim Bialik may have been “teased a lot” while growing up, but she now looks back and is thankful that she was a “late bloomer.”
In her new book, Girling Up: How to Be Strong, Smart and Spectacular, the Big Bang Theory actress — she stars as Amy Farrah Fowler on the long-running CBS comedy — reveals she developed later than the majority of her female peers — and was teased because of it.
“I was very small for my age and I developed late, so I was teased a lot. I cried a lot and felt left out of many things my whole life, »
- Natalie Stone
Who run the world? Don't say "girls." Mayim Bialik released a video on Facebook and YouTube recently, calling on people to stop calling women "girls," which she says implies that they are "inferior to men" in today's "male-centered culture." "I'm going to be annoying right now," the Big Bang Theory star and Blossom alum said. "Because I want to talk about something that a lot of people don't want to talk about." The actress said she recently witnessed two men at a bar talking about a beautiful "girl sitting at the bar." "When we use words to describe adult women that are typically »
Need to catch up? Check out our previous Riverdale recap here.
Related Riverdale Recap: Drive-In, Drive Out
The Blossoms are apparently Riverdale’s answer to the Addams Family, because they live in a creaky old haunted house known as Thorn Hill — with its very own graveyard! Cheryl wants to give the eulogy at Jason’s upcoming memorial service, but her mom Penelope tells her she’d just humiliate the family. (Gee, thanks, Mom.) Cheryl »
Brothers Joey, Matthew and Andrew Lawrence dominated the '90s sitcom scene as teen heartthrobs, but Joey tells Et he doesn't want his children to get involved in Hollywood quite yet.
Now 40 years old with two daughters -- Charleston, 10, and Liberty, 6 -- Joey knows full well about the pitfalls that can overtake young actors in show business.
Pics: Hollywood's Cutest Kids
"I told [Charleston], 'I don't want you to do this, because you know what happens to 9 out of 10 of these young ladies? They get used and they get spit out and no one remembers them,'" Joey tells Et's Nischelle Turner. "I told her [to] take the example of Ron Howard's daughter. She started a little later. Jennifer Lawrence started a little later. If you're really meant to do this -- and she is amazing -- I'd rather that you enter a little later where you can jump right into the stuff, and people »
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Quantico, Teen Wolf, Arrow and Suits!
1 | Why did CNN for a good 15 minutes give priority to a static, empty Inauguration Ball stage, all while three correspondents were speaking at length in the itty-bitty upper-right window?
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3 | If Sleepy »
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