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Empire Recap: That's the Way Our Cookie Crumbled

30 November 2016 7:06 PM, PST | | See recent news »

This ain’t no disco. This ain’t no Cosby Show, either. This is Emmmm-pire.

RelatedFox’s Star to Rise in December Behind Empire Fall Finale

Oh yes, Phylicia Rashad (the artist formerly known as Clair Huxtable) casts an imposing shadow across Cookie Lyon’s living room this week — bringing enough shade to make Al Roker wonder about the sudden and unexpected appearance of a solar eclipse.

But despite all the not-so-subtle hints of acidity brought by Rashad’s formidable Diana Dubois, there’s no escaping the scent of raw onions being chopped in the kitchen at the end of »

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Once Upon a Time Photo Preview: Spinning Gold

10 November 2016 6:00 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Looks like Rumple is back to spinning straw into gold!

On Once Upon a Time Season 6 Episode 8, everyone's favorite bad guy, Rumplestiltskin is behind the wheel, and he also has something big that Zelena and Belle want. 

Elsewhere in the hour, it looks like Henry and Violet are headed to their first dance together, so obviously the night will go smoothly, right? 

Not if the Evil Queen has anything to say about it!

The official episode description for "I'll Be Your Mirror" from ABC reads as follows:

"Emma and Regina formulate a plan to trap the Evil Queen in a prison of their own making, while Snow and David adjust to life without each other.

As Henry nervously prepares to take Violet to the school dance, the Evil Queen impersonates Regina to give him some advice that could lead him down a dark path.

Meanwhile, Zelena agrees to help Belle, »

- Christine Laskodi

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Comedian and Curb Your Enthusiasm Alum Richard Lewis Is Selling His L.A. Home for $1.5 Million

8 November 2016 9:36 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Comedian, actor and writer Richard Lewis is letting go of a stylish Los Angeles home for a relatively modest $1.559 million.

The two-bedroom, two-bath home was built in 1926, the same year the nearby Chateau Marmont and Sunset Tower first opened their doors, the listing points out. But it’s not just the neighborhood that has Old Hollywood ties: the property was previously owned by screen legend Eddie Albert, who starred in Roman Holiday and The Heartbreak Kid among others.

Prospective residents will find an open-air living room with a wet bar well-suited for a Hollywood lifestyle, old or new. Multiple terraces »

- Mackenzie Schmidt

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Lucifer: Who is the Devil’s Mother?

12 May 2016 3:24 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

The first season of Lucifer ended on a rather shocking note. Our favorite Devil gets to stay on Earth after making a deal with Daddy Dearest and is tasked with finding his mother. First of all, since when did the Devil have a mother? He was created, not you know. I haven’t read the comic that the show is based on so I’m not sure if the latter is staying faithful to the source material. In my season finale review, I had said that I have come across a theory as to who might be Lucifer’s mom and at the

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- Tiffany

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Scandal Came Back Swinging and Packing Girl Power

11 February 2016 8:57 PM, PST | | See recent news »

She’s Baaack! On the heels of (yet another) “First  Breakup” and Olivia’s controversial choice to terminate her pregnancy,  Scandal’s midseason premiere , “It’s Hard Out Here For A General” reminded us once again that the world Olivia Pope choses to live in, is one driven by power and fed by deceit. The episode opens with Sally Langston delivering one of her masterful monologues about power, while Olivia is having dinner with Daddy Dearest, who, after noticing how other women present at the restaurant, admire Liv, floods with pride.  Papa Pope, whose ego has always been Texas-sized, continues to take credit

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- Virginia Podesta

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 12 Review – ‘Unchained’

4 February 2016 1:23 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Jessie Robertson reviews the twelfth episode of Arrow season 4…

You don’t have to be the Demon’s Head to know stuff – just put your ear to the door!

Wow, what a wild episode; so much happening here, let’s begin with everyone’s favorite CEO, Felicity Smoak. After last week’s impassioned speech she fights prejudice in the workplace….and she’s the CEO of the company. Felicity also had to duel wits with Calculator (the villains really shouldn’t name themselves) who is a very famous villain in DC comics who’s like the hiring agency for villains looking for work. Here he’s played by the psychologist from Parenthood (Damn, I miss that show.) Calculator is hellbent on destroying a whole city, or at least throwing it into chaos so he plugs contact lenses into former heroes and hires mercenaries to do his bidding; none of which »

- Jessie Robertson

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