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Blake Lively is the latest celeb to take of Vogue's "73 Questions" challenge, where she answers 73 questions in lightning speed!The "Gossip Girl" star starts the clip by kicking off her "Everlasting Gobstopper" Louboutins upon entering the apartment, before she talks about the sweetest gifts she and her husband (that would be Ryan Reynolds) have ever exchanged, the best thing to happen to her this month, that day ... and ever. The blonde beauty also reveals that she would live in Paris if she had choose a place other than the east coast, that she identifies with "mostly the men" on "Sex and the City," and the best surprise she's ever given someone was "a collection of short stories written by loved ones for my husband."During the interview, the actress even shows off her baking skills by decorating a cupcake, which ends up being stolen by a "creepy" fan.Check out the cute clip above! »
- tooFab Staff
Cynthia Nixon is uncovering a family mystery on TLC's Who Do You Think You Are?
On the season premiere, the former Sex and the City star searches for answers about her paternal ancestry and finds a family in torment. The truth soon becomes stranger than fiction when a history of deceit -- and even murder -- slowly reveals itself.
Find out more about the episode and why it's our pick for Wednesday's Watch This Tonight:
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- TV Guide News
What's new? What's hot? What's next? TLC's celebrity genealogy show Who Do You Think You Are? doesn't give a hoot about the zeitgeist — certainly not when the past is so damn dramatic! Executive producer Lisa Kudrow gives the scoop on the new season (premiering Wednesday at 9/8c), kicking off tonight with a former Sex and the City star making a horrifying discovery...
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- Michael Logan
Lc is well aware Allure thinks she's a 'basic b*tch.'
After the magazine came out with a humorous feature called "Typecasting," which for example labeled Vanessa Hudgens as the "Bohemian Hippie," Lc took to Twitter to point out her "Basic" label.
Related: Emma Stone -- 'I'm a Bland, Basic B*itch'
The term "basic b*tch" has been written about and parodied on the Internet by everyone from College Humor to New York Magazine's The Cut, which defines a "basic bi*tch" as "a terminally boring Sex and the City viewer and consumer of pumpkin-spice lattes."
Or as Urban Dictionary likes to call it, "one who has no personality; dull and irrelevant" and "just an extra regular female."
"Made famous by Kreayshawn, and viral by YouTube, the Basic woman is remarkably unremarkable. What's noteworthy »
Crossovers, cancellations and spoilers were on the menu during Friday’s Television Critics Association panel with CW President Mark Pedowitz.
Related The CW’s Fall Schedule Opens in Early October, The Flash Gets Big Boost
First topic of discussion was Beauty and the Beast — specifically, why the low-rated series was renewed for a third season. Pedowitz attributed that to its “very engaged fan based” and “very international following. In short, “We brought it back because … it’s a very profitible show for everybody.”
He noted that producers weren’t certain of its renewal when writing the Season 2 finale, crediting Brad Kern »
Hug it out! It's the tenth anniversary of "Entourage," which debuted on HBO on July 18, 2004. A sort of "Sex and the City" for guys, a satire of modern Hollywood, and a roman a clef loosely based on the adventures of series co-producer Mark Wahlberg and his retinue, "Entourage" offered eight seasons of male bonding, fantasy fulfillment, and back-slapping laughter.
Since the show went off the air in 2011, the producers have been promising us a reunion of Vinny Chase and the gang on the big screen. They'll finally deliver on that promise next summer. 'Til then, here's what the actors who played Vince and his pack-mates have been up to, and where you'll see them next. (All of them are coming back for the "Entourage" movie.)
Article photo courtesy of Everett »
- Gary Susman
Hulu's seven-episode series "The Hotwives of Orlando" lampoons Bravo's "Real Housewives" franchises in exactly the right ways: The catchphrases, the melodrama, the sham marriages, and the frightening fights are all parodied with very close attention to detail. Creators Dannah Phirman and Danielle Schneider have a cast of game ladies in their Florida-set series, including Schneider herself (who plays Shauna Maducci, the "bankrupt overspender"), "Happy Endings"/"SNL" vet Casey Wilson as trophy wife Tawny St. John, Tymberlee Hill as Phenomenon "Phe Phe" Reed, Andrea Savage as cougar Veronica Von Vandervon, Angela Kinsey of "The Office" as religious zealot Crystal Simmons, and "30 Rock" vet Kristen Schaal as drug-addled former child star Amanda Simmons. HitFix caught a few minutes to interview Wilson, Hill, Savage, Schneider, and Phirman. Instead of asking them to name their favorite "Housewives" franchise or terrifying dream about Andy Cohen, we asked them to pick their favorite ladies from famous pop culture groups. »
- Louis Virtel
The TV series inspired by Candace Bushnell's Sex and the City ended 10 years ago, and if you find yourself missing Carrie Bradshaw and the girls, we've got some page-turners to help you get your fix. With a mix of genres and time periods, this collection of fun, compelling books about female friendship has the perfect picks for your reading list. Thanks to comparable plots, settings, and themes, these titles are sure to satisfy your inner Sex and the City fangirl - whether you dive in during a trip, on your commute, or at home. From 1958's The Best of Everything to last year's Brooklyn Girls, take a look at these sometimes sassy, sometimes poignant reads about girlfriends! »
- Laura Marie Meyers
You might know Jake McDorman as Evan Chambers from Greek and Analeigh Tipton as the babysitter from Crazy, Stupid, Love - yes, the one who broke out on America's Next Top Model - but come this Fall, they're going to try to win your hearts in ABC's new comedy, Manhattan Love Story. If you haven't seen the show's trailer yet, it's a typical boy-meets-girl tale, but there's a twist: you can hear their thoughts. So as they're spouting pleasantries on screen, you know they're secretly judging each other, super hard. I caught up with the stars during ABC's Summer TCA day and chatted about their concerns for the new series, as well as the shows they can't live without. Popsugar: The thoughts-as-voice-overs format of the show is really new for primetime; is that something that attracted you to the script? Analeigh Tipton: If anything, it discouraged me. It's like »
- Maggie Pehanick
Read installment 1 here (on Canon log, waveform monitors & hiring the best documentary Dp); installment 2 here (on lighting dark skin, SLRs and recreating 'Sex and the City'); and installment 3 here, if you missed them any of them. Editor's Note: Before you dive in, here's a reminder of my initial announcement, to remind you what this new series is about, and, for those who may just be joining us... Her much-anticipated monthly columns on all things cinematography, have contributed much to this blog's success in a myriad of ways, since she started penning them in 2012, much to the appreciation and education of the many who read each and everyone - the two most »
- Cybel Martin
Something recapped this way comes, filled with spoilers from Salem‘s season finale. If you haven’t watched yet, bookmark this page and come again later.
If 17th century Salem was bad for witches, tonight’s episode proves it was pretty awful for fathers too, as more than one character excised their demons (both literal and figurative) by committing good old fashioned patricide.
But that’s not all that went down during the witching hour. Read on to see what happened as the first season of the Wgn America drama came to a close.
Related Salem Renewed for Season 2 at »
With only one episode left in its freshman season — and the witches’ Grand Rite almost complete — the stakes have never been higher in Salem (Wgn America, 10/9c).
TVLine spoke with Shane West, who plays the show’s hero-of-few-words John Alden, about the possibility of a happy ending with Mary, his friendship with Cotton and what exactly goes into getting John’s hair just right.
Tvline | There are a lot of storylines in play going into this last episode. What can we expect from the finale? »
A weekly feature in which we spotlight shining stars
The Performer | Italia Ricci
The Show | Chasing Life
The Episode | “The Family That Lies Together”
The Airdate | July 8, 2014
The Performance | Ricci is, without a doubt, one of this summer’s brightest breakout stars. As 24-year-old leukemia patient April Carver, Ricci is taking Chasing Life viewers on an emotional, unexpected journey into an uncertain future; with a single tear-stained word, she’s lifted our spirits, then immediately turned around and broken our hearts.
April has spent the past four weeks keeping her condition a secret from her family, desperate to retain some »
A recurring feature in which we ask your favorite stars to reminisce about past gigs.
Cotton Mather has come a long way since Salem first premiered, with the once god-fearing reverend slowly transforming into an almost scientific thinker. “He starts out as a villain,” Seth Gabel tells TVLine.”But the second Giles Corey’s blood splatters on his face it’s like this rebirth of the character. He gets a real sense of the horror and injustice that’s happening.”
Gabel believes that »
The final frosted nail may have been hammered into the cupcake trend Monday when Crumbs Bake Shop announced it was closing all its stores by the end of the business day. Once the sweet indulgence of choice for Carrie Bradshaw and her Sex and the City gal pals, cupcakes have recently become as unfashionable as the towering designer shoes that Sarah Jessica Parker tottered over to Magnolia Bakery in. List Hollywood's 100 Favorite Films At its sugary peak, Crumbs had 67 stores across the U.S., including on Hollywood Boulevard and in Beverly Hills, while Sprinkles attempted to keep customers
- Debbie Emery
Some television shows feel like they're going to be smash hits before anyone's seen a frame of footage; usually because of the writers working on it, the network's reputation with its genre, or the popularity of the actors involved.
Other programmes even feel like they're simply too big to fail; such as HBO's Game of Thrones and AMC's The Walking Dead, which also benefit from having rich source material to mine and a ready-made, evangelical audience.
But what about the TV shows that felt like bad ideas before they'd aired - or even during their debut season - yet managed to overcome widespread uncertainties and grow into well-regarded programmes it's hard to imagine we were ever unsure about?
Let's take a look at some recent examples of popular TV shows that didn't initially feel like they'd work, but proved the doubters wrong...
Expectation: A modernisation of a literary character »
The weekend of July 4th is a time for doing American things: grilling, watching fireworks, ignoring zoning restrictions and setting off your own fireworks. But shenanigans are tiring, you know? The sun will give you a sunburn. The grill will make your clothes smell like smoke. We at EW much prefer to test our endurance in other ways, mostly by watching TV.
There’s a whole set of marathons on for the weekend, some highly publicized (can you make it through three straight days of The Walking Dead?), some obscure and ready for love (a marathon of the animated Transformers series, »
- Jackson McHenry
Rumor has it Mario Cantone will be one of the new co-hosts on The View following the abrupt re-shuffling at the talk show—and if true, it's "the worst idea The View and its executive producer Barbara Walters have had yet," writes Daniel D'Addario on Salon . Cantone is gay—you might know him from his stint on Sex and the City —and bringing him on as the only male on an otherwise all-female panel "sends a very weird message—as though he’s somehow in a liminal space between the genders," a "barely-male emissary to the world of women" just like »
- Evann Gastaldo
Read installment 1 here (on Canon log, waveform monitors & hiring the best documentary Dp) and installment 2 here (on lighting dark skin, SLRs and recreating 'Sex and the City') if you missed them both. Editor's Note: Before you dive in, here's a reminder of my initial announcement, to remind you what this new series is about, and, for those who may just be joining us... Her much-anticipated monthly columns on all things cinematography, have contributed much to this blog's success in a myriad of ways, since she started penning them in 2012, much to the appreciation and education of the many who read each and everyone - the two most popular likely being "The Art of »
- Cybel Martin
At last year's Emmys there was a major upset in Best Comedy Series Casting when the final season of "30 Rock" claimed the prize, giving this NBC laffer a record third trophy in this category. "Girls" (season 2 – second nomination, 2012 winner) "Modern Family" (season 4 – fourth nomination, 2010 winner) "Nurse Jackie" (season 5 – fourth nomination) "30 Rock" (season 7 – sixth nomination, 2008, 2009, 2013 winner) "Veep" (season 2 – second nomination) -Break- Join in the fierce debate about all the Emmy races going on right now in our red-hot forums "30 Rock" overcame the odds in every way. It was the only third comedy in 14-year history of this award to win for a season other than its first or second ("Ally McBeal" prevailed in 2000 for season four and "Sex and the City" won in both 2001 ...' »
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