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Danielle Harris Welcomes Son Carter Davis

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Danielle Harris Welcomes Son Carter Davis
From scream queen to diaper goddess: Danielle Harris is a mom!

The Halloween star, 39, gave birth to a son on Tuesday, Feb. 21, she shared on Instagram. Carter Davis Gross was born weighing 7 lbs., 10 oz.

“I’m a Mommy!!!!!” she captioned a photo of her smiling baby boy, adding multiple hashtags including “#blessed,” “#mama,” “#myson” and “#wegotthis.”

Carter is the first child for Harris and husband David Gross, whom she became engaged to in 2013 and wed in January of the following year.

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Baby Boy on the Way for Danielle Harris

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Baby Boy on the Way for Danielle Harris
It’s a Halloween surprise: Danielle Harris is pregnant!

The iconic scream queen and her husband David Gross are expecting their first child — a baby boy! — her rep confirms to People exclusively.

“After three years of fighting for the family I so desperately wanted to start, I’m proud to finally be able to say I’m gonna be a mom to a baby boy … thanks to the painstaking miracle of IVF,” Harris, 39, tells People exclusively.

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Napoleon Dynamite Director Is Making a NickToons Movie, Thus Completing the Cycle of Millennial Nostalgia

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Napoleon Dynamite Director Is Making a NickToons Movie, Thus Completing the Cycle of Millennial Nostalgia
Nickelodeon has confirmed that it’s making a NickToons movie, because no one ever went broke betting on millennials' nostalgia for their own childhood. Paramount and Nickelodeon have tapped Napoleon Dynamite's Jared Hess to direct, with a script by Hess and his wife and writing partner Jerusha Hess. There aren’t many details yet, but Deadline reports that the film will combine characters from across the Nickelodeon universe, as well as incorporate live-action segments in the manner of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? We don’t know which NickToons will be featured in the film yet, but Rugrats, Ren & Stimpy, Rocko’s Modern Life, Aaahh! Real Monsters, The Angry Beavers, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Wild Thornberrys, Rocket Power, and CatDog are all on the table. (What this means for the planned Hey Arnold! TV movie is unknown.) Now we are just left to wonder who the live-action actors will be, and
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Nickelodeon Plans A "Hey Arnold" Film

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Nickelodeon is developing a new TV movie based on its classic 1990s animated series "Hey Arnold!". That show followed a fourth-grader with an oblong head who lived with his grandparents in a boarding house.

The telemovie is a direct sequel rather than a reboot, picking up where the original series ended and resolving unanswered plotlines – including the whereabouts of Arnold's parents, long missing from the program.

The project continues the channel's push to mine the network's vast library of original series to develop into new shows for modern day audiences with shows like "The Wild Thornberrys" or "Ren and Stimpy" potentially making a comeback.

Executives at the network haven't specified a date when the telemovie might be ready or air.

Source: Variety
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Hulu Gets ‘Inside Amy Schumer,’ Other Viacom Shows Exclusively in Major New Pact

Hulu has doubled the amount of content it is licensing from Viacom, with an expanded pact giving the Internet TV service exclusive subscription VOD rights to all past and future seasons of Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer” and “Key and Peele,” along with other shows.

Other titles exclusively on Hulu under the multiyear agreement include: Comedy Central’s “Broad City” and “Drunk History”; MTV’s “Faking It” and “Finding Carter”; and Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” “Rabbids Invasion” and “Sanjay and Craig.”

Since Hulu inked its first significant deal with Viacom in 2011, “our relationship has only grown,” said Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins. “Today, we are not only extending our deal, but we are adding more premium content than ever from their popular family of networks.”

The new Viacom series will be available only to Hulu subscribers, either on the $7.99 monthly plan with ads or the $11.99-per-month ad-free option
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Nickelodeon Splat: 1990s nostalgia channel launching next week

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For American audiences only, Nickelodeon is launching a new channel – Splat – purely focused on 1990s kids programming…

We reported recently that Nickelodeon was considering bringing back some old shows. New versions of Hey, Arnold! and Rugrats were being discussed, among others.

Now, it seems that Nickelodeon are trying to gauge what kind of audience there is for 1990s nostalgia before pushing ahead with producing any new content – they’re launching a channel specifically dedicated to re-runs of 1990s classic kids shows.

Going by the name Nickelodeon Splat, this new channel is launching on Monday the 5th of October, and will run from 10pm to 6am Est. At the moment, the channel is only going to launch in America.

Get your football-shaped heads and gallons of orange soda at the ready, because they’ll be screening repeats of all these shows:

All That, The Angry Beavers, Are You Afraid Of The Dark?
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Angry Beavers, Rugrats, and More Shows Headed Your Way on The Splat

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We all know Nickelodeon's best cartoons come from the '90s, but until now, we've only ever enjoyed them in small doses. That's all about to change. The network has been teasing a mysterious thing called The Splat, and just recently it confirmed what exactly it is. According to Nickelodeon, The Splat is an eight-hour rotating TV lineup dedicated to your childhood favorites. This magical time period will kick off on Oct. 5 on TeenNick and will take place every night from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. - so you can say goodbye to sleep. Here's the promotional video released on YouTube: The video teases cartoons that all aired in the '90s, but there will also be live-action shows! All That, Angry Beavers, Are You Afraid of the Dark, CatDog, Clarissa Explains It All, Hey Arnold!, Hey Dude, Kenan & Kel, Ren & Stimpy, Legends of the Hidden Temple, Rocko's Modern Life,
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‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ – 40 years later and what it says about Janet, glam rock, marriage and Tim Curry

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Directed by Jim Sharman

Screenplay by Richard O’Brien and Jim Sharman

1975, USA

The Rocky Horror Picture Show isn’t the first midnight-cult-classic, but the beautiful, weird and dark musical is without a doubt, the most famous. The film celebrates its 40th anniversary this week and so what better time to add it to my list of greatest cult films.

For the unfamiliar, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is the film adaptation of a popular musical stage production composed and written by Richard O’Brien, a struggling actor at the time who was best known for his performances in such musicals as Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar. For O’Brien, The Rocky Horror Picture Show was an homage to drive-in double features and science fiction B-movies of the fifties, and ironically, the film itself went on to become the ultimate midnight movie. Trhps opened Sept.
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TVLine Items: Oprah to Recur on Own Series, TeenNick's 'Splat' and More

TVLine Items: Oprah to Recur on Own Series, TeenNick's 'Splat' and More
Oprah Winfrey‘s next small-screen gig will, unfortunately, not include any free cars for the home audience.

The former daytime TV staple will recur on Greenleaf, Own’s upcoming drama about the powerful Greenleaf family and their sprawling Memphis megachurch, where secrets and lies are as numerous as the faithful.

RelatedOprah Winfrey to Co-Star in New Own Drama from Selma Director

The cast also includes Keith David (Community) as Bishop James Greenleaf, the charming but manipulative leader of Greenleaf World Ministries; Lynn Whitfield (How to Get Away With Murder) as his steely, money-hungry wife, Lady Mae Greenleaf; Merle Dandridge
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Nickelodeon Hopes Late-Night ’90s Lineup ‘Splat!’ Makes Mark

Nickelodeon Hopes Late-Night ’90s Lineup ‘Splat!’ Makes Mark
Ren & Stimpy, Tommy Pickles and Clarissa Darling are returning to the air, and it will seem as if they haven’t aged a single day.

Nickelodeon has confirmed its intention to launch “The Splat!,” a block of programming and other content related to its 1990s heyday, when the Viacom-owned kids’ outlet produced memorable stuff ranging from “Hey Arnold!” to “Hey Dude.” The programming will appear starting October 5th during late-nights and overnights – 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. – on the company’s Teen Nick cable outlet, making it a rival, perhaps, to Time Warner’s Adult Swim network for the eyeballs of young adult and millennial viewers.

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“Splat” will feature episodes from the aforementioned programs along with others such as “All That,” “Are You Afraid of the Dark,” “Kenan & Kel,” “Rocko’s Modern Life,” “Rugrats,” “Salute Your Shorts” and “The Wild Thornberrys.” But there’s more, including old programming stunts like “Super Toy Run,
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Everything You Need to Know About Nickelodeon's Rumored All-'90s Channel

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We all know Nickelodeon's best cartoons come from the '90s, but until now, we only ever got them in small doses. Well, if we're to believe a mysterious Facebook page, YouTube video, and Twitter account, that's all about to change. The network has been teasing The Splat, which may or may not be an entire channel dedicated to your childhood favorites. Here's the timeline: On Sept. 11, The Splat's Facebook page was founded. On Sept. 12, the Twitter account that was formerly associated with TeenNick's "The '90s Are All That" programming block switched identities and became @thesplat. Also on Sept. 12, this video was uploaded to YouTube from The Splat's account: The video teases cartoons that all aired in the '90s. Unfortunately, there's no live-action stuff like Clarissa Explains It All - unless you count Stick Stickly! Here's what we spotted: Rugrats The Wild Thornberrys Ren and Stimpy Hey Arnold!
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Christine Cavanaugh Dies; Voiced Babe The Pig, Chuckie On ‘Rugrats’

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Christine Cavanaugh Dies; Voiced Babe The Pig, Chuckie On ‘Rugrats’
Christine Cavanaugh, an Annie Award-winning voice actor who brought to life such characters as Babe the Sheep Pig, Chuckie on Rugrats and the title kid in Dexter’s Laboratory, has died. She was 51. The Utah native died December 22, according to the Los Angeles Times; no cause of death was reported.

Cavanaugh started out as an actress in the late 1980s, appearing on such shows as Cheers and Empty Nest. In 1991 she landed a regular gig as the voice of Goslyn Mallard on Darkwing Duck, appearing in more than 70 episodes. Probably her most famous TV gig began that same year as she voiced Chuckie Finster, the scaredy-cat oldest baby on Nickelodeon’s Rugrats. Cavanaugh played the character for 135-plus episodes until 2002, when Nancy Cartwright took over. She also played Chuckie in The Rugrats Movie (1998).

During that time she continued working on TV, landing a regular voice role as Bunnie Rabbot in
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Christine Cavanaugh, the Voice of Your Favorite '90s Cartoons, Dies at 51

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Voice actor Christine Cavanaugh has died at age 51 of undisclosed causes. Though her name may not ring a bell, if you grew up in the '90s, you've definitely seen - or heard - her work. She was the voice of Chuckie Finster on Rugrats, Dexter on Dexter's Laboratory, Babe the pig in Babe, and dozens of other TV shows and movies. She had retired from voice acting over a decade ago, but we'll always remember her for her work on Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, The Wild Thornberrys, Darkwing Duck, and Aladdin.
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Christine Cavanaugh, Voice of Rugrats’ Chuckie Finster, Dead at 51

Unfortunately, another talented performer has passed away in 2014. Christine Cavanaugh, who voiced Chuckie Finster on the Nickelodeon series Rugrats and Babe the pig from the 1995 film Babe, died at the age of 51 on Monday, Dec. 22. According to TMZ.com, at this time, “the details surrounding her death are unclear.” In addition to her work on Rugrats and in Babe, Cavanaugh provided the voice for Dexter in the Cartoon Network series Dexter’s Laboratory and also voiced roles in Disney’s Aladdin, The Critic, Recess, The Powerpuff Girls and The Wild Thornberrys. She retired from voice acting in 2001, and Nancy Cartwright, famous for voicing Bart Simpson on the long-running Fox animated series The Simpsons, was brought in to replace her as the voice of Chuckie on Rugrats. Although she was primarily a voice actress, Cavanaugh also guest starred on several different television series throughout her career. She appeared on The X-Files (photographed above), Cheers,
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Christine Cavanaugh, Voice of ‘Rugrats’ Character Chuckie, Dead at 51

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Christine Cavanaugh, Voice of ‘Rugrats’ Character Chuckie, Dead at 51
Christine Cavanaugh, the woman behind the voice of Chuckie on “Rugrats” and the title character in the film “Babe,” has died. She was 51.

Cavanaugh died on Dec. 22, according to the La Times. The cause of death is unknown.

See photos: Hollywood’s Notable Deaths of 2014 (Photos)

Cavanaugh was best known as the voice of the pig in the 1995 film “Babe,” Gosalyn Mallard in “Darkwing Duck” and the original voices of Chuckie Finster in Nickelodeon’s “Rugrats,” and Dexter in Cartoon Network’s “Dexter Laboratory.”

Also Read: Nickolodeon to Release ‘iCarly’ Movie

She could also be heard on “The Critic” as the voice of Marty,
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Christine Cavanaugh Dead -- Legendary Cartoon Voice Dies ... 'Rugrats,' 'Dexter's Lab,' Babe'

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Christine Cavanaugh -- the original voice of "Babe" the pig and Dexter from "Dexter's Laboratory" -- has died at the age of 51. Cavanaugh passed away on December 22nd ... the details surrounding her death are unclear. Christine's work is legendary ... providing the voice of countless iconic cartoon characters including Chuckie the red-headed baby from "Rugrats."She also voiced characters from "Darkwing Duck," "Aladdin," "The Critic," "The Powerpuff Girls" and "The Wild Thornberrys."Cavanaugh retired from
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How I Fell In Love with Horror Icons Before I knew They Were Horror Icons

Despite being fortunate enough to be raised on a healthy diet of horror, I can’t deny the fact I was born in 1990. I was born long after our most beloved genre actors got their start and made their mark in horror, and there are plenty of horror icons that I didn’t first see in their iconic roles. Tony Todd, Bruce Campbell, and Jamie Lee Curtis were three actors I was fortunate enough to see in their career changing roles. However, I know a good amount of horror icons from films they probably wish they could expunge from their resumes.

Horror Icon: Lance Henriksen

Role I Know: Kerchak from Disney’s Tarzan

Lance Henriksen is without a doubt one of my favorite actors of all time, but the first time I ever saw him in action…I didn’t actually see him. Disney’s Tarzan is my least favorite
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'Suburgatory's' Jeremy Sisto loves his kids and 'The Deer Hunter'

On ABC's Wednesday sitcom "Suburgatory," which launched a new season in January, Jeremy Sisto plays George Altman, an architect and single father of a teen daughter (Jane Levy) who moves to the suburbs to give her a better life. He discovers life there is different, but whether it's better is a work in progress.

In real life, Sisto is a 39-year-old father of two: daughter Charlie and baby son Bastian. He got married to wife Addie a few months after his daughter was born, but Sisto has no regrets about taking the plunge.

"I love my family," he tells Zap2it. "I have a great wife. It took me a while to figure that out and commit, but now I'm really happy I did. She's a human being, and we're committed to each other. It's a nice thing. The kids are just amazing. It's a different level."

As to whether
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The Week in Spandex - The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Batman vs. Superman, Ant-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and more

Our weekly round up of the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., All Hail the King, Thor: The Dark World, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse, Batman vs. Superman, Arrow, Gotham, Justice League: War, Stan Lee's Mighty 7 and more...

Well, the holidays are well and truly over, 2014 is in full swing, and the superhero news has been coming thick and fast this week. We've got plenty to get through in this edition of The Week in Spandex and we'll start things off in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the first superhero offering of the year Captain America: The Winter Soldier; along with seven new stills and new character images of Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), Falcon (Anthony Mackie), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Maria
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Watch James Avery Talk About Voicing Shredder in the Ninja Turtles Cartoon

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Watch James Avery Talk About Voicing Shredder in the Ninja Turtles Cartoon
As pop-culture obsessives and children of the 1990s mourn the passing of James Avery, aka Uncle Phil from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, it's important to remember that Avery was the soul of another iconic '90s character. He was the voice of Shredder on the animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, and we can never, ever forget that. Avery should have won The Sixth Man award for '80s television (an award we just made up). He guested on a wide swath of the decade's most iconic TV shows, including Webster, The Dukes of Hazzard, St. Elsewhere, Moonlighting, L.A. Law,
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