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The Fosters Renewed for Season 5

The Fosters will be back for Season 5, which will include the drama’s landmark 100th episode.

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Freeform on Tuesday announced that the family series has been renewed for a fifth season, along with Bachelor franchise spinoff Happily Ever After?, which will return for Season 2.

The Fosters returns for Season 4B on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 8/7c, where it will lead into the final season of Switched at Birth. Meanwhile, Happily Ever After? — now titled The Twins: Happily Ever After? — will turn its focus to
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Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher: Their Parallel Lives

Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher: Their Parallel Lives
They died within a day of one another — but that’s not the only parallel in the lives of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher.

The mother-daughter duo’s Hollywood careers were filled with coincidences. From their signature movies to their troubled marriages, here are a few instances where their lives lined up.

Both had breakout roles at 19

Reynolds had one of those classic Hollywood discovery stories. As a contestant in the Miss Burbank beauty pageant when she was 16, a talent scout from Warner Bros. discovered her and signed her to a contract with the powerhouse studio.

She made five films
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Mindy Project: Pop-Up Exes, a Killer Cousin and 6 More Season 3 Nuggets

Mindy Project: Pop-Up Exes, a Killer Cousin and 6 More Season 3 Nuggets
Mindy and Danny finished The Mindy Project‘s second season in rom-com bliss, wrapped in each others’ arms, sprawled on the observation deck of the Empire State Building. Happily ever after starts now, right?

Not so fast. As Season 3 starts (Fox, Tuesday at 9:30/8:30c), executive producer Matt Warburton says, the starry-eyed pair crash back to reality.

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The Mindy-Danny embrace that ended Season 2 “was really exciting to people,” says executive producer Matt Warburton. But the challenges of dating a co-worker – particularly co-workers as quirky
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