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Drake Accuses Country Club of Racial Profiling on Coachella Trip

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Drake Accuses Country Club of Racial Profiling on Coachella Trip
Drake fans took aim at an upscale California country club after the rapper accused the staff of “racial profiling.”

The 30-year-old “Hotline Bling” rapper took to Instagram on Sunday to blast The Madison Club, a private golf resort in La Quinta.

“The most offensive place I have ever stayed at in my life with staff who pick and choose who they are going to accommodate based on racial profiling #Coachella,” Drake wrote.

And with that, fans of the self-proclaimed 6 God took to social media to criticize the club — and, naturally, they used Drake lyrics and song and album titles to do it.
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‘Manchester by the Sea’ Soundtrack: Listen to Lesley Barber’s Somber Score

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‘Manchester by the Sea’ Soundtrack: Listen to Lesley Barber’s Somber Score
Manchester by the Sea” is a top Oscar contender, becoming one of the most universally adored films by critics since its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. The drama stars Casey Affleck as a man who moves back to his New England home in order to take care of his deceased brother’s 16-year-old son.

The score is composed by Lesley Barber and perfectly accompanies the somber film with its string and piano arrangements. The album features 16 song composed by Barber, as well as by various artists including Gerhard Kanzian and Ed Lewis, Musica Sacra Chorus and Orchestra and more.

Read More: ‘Manchester By the Sea’: How Editor Jennifer Lame Shaped Kenneth Longeran’s Film — Consider This

The LP also features the haunting main theme, “Manchester by the Sea Chorale.”

“With that piece, I was really looking at the opening landscape and where we’re at with Lee when
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Cable Renewal Scorecard 2015: What's Coming Back? What's Cancelled? What's on the Bubble?

Cable Renewal Scorecard 2015: What's Coming Back? What's Cancelled? What's on the Bubble?
New year, newly-updated Cable Renewal Scorecard!

The following handy cheat sheet features the current status of more than 100 of the buzziest* non-broadcast, PBS and streaming offerings.

(*Due to issues related to length and our own sanity, not every cable series is included. Nor should they be. For our Broadcast Network Renewal Scorecard, click here.)

We’ll be updating this list regularly with the latest industry intel, so we strongly suggest you bookmark this puppy and check back for updates.

And now the Scorecard, grouped alphabetically by network…

ABC Family

Bunheads: Officially cancelled

Baby Daddy: Season 4 premieres Jan. 14

Chasing Life: Season 1b premieres Jan.
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TVLine Items: Scrubs Reunion Photo, the Today Show Musical and More

TVLine Items: Scrubs Reunion Photo, the Today Show Musical and More
The doctors are (back) in!

Zach Braff reunited with former Scrubs co-stars Donald Faison and John C. McGinley over the weekend — and luckily for us, he snapped a selfie to immortalize the moment.

“Reunited and it feels so good,” Braff captioned the photo of the Turk-Dr. Cox-j.D. sandwich. Needless to say, fans lost their minds.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Game of Thrones has topped TorrentFreak‘s annual list of the most-pirated television shows for the third year in a row. Runners-up include The Walking Dead, The Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother.
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Last Week Tonight's John Oliver Offers Brilliant New Year's Eve Survival Tips

Last Week Tonight's John Oliver Offers Brilliant New Year's Eve Survival Tips
John Oliver has a few thoughts about New Year’s Eve that just might save your life — or, at the very least, spare you from the most uncomfortable night of the year.

Likening the holiday to the death of a pet — “You know it’s going to happen,” he says, “but somehow you’re never prepared for how truly awful it is” — the Last Week Tonight host offers up several easy excuses to avoid awkward holiday parties, our favorite being “I’m on a cleanse.” (Because, honestly, no one will ask for further explanation.)

In fact, the only scenario Oliver
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Ratings: Grinch Wins Christmas for ABC, Surging to 5-Year High

Ratings: Grinch Wins Christmas for ABC, Surging to 5-Year High
ABC’s broadcast of the animated classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas topped Thursday night with a 1.9 demo rating (surging 58 percent from a year ago), while drawing 5.9 million total viewers (up 44 percent).

Those tallies mark five- and four-year highs for the ‘toon.

Leading out of that, the live-action, Jim Carrey-fronted Dr. SeussHow the Grinch Stole Christmas did 5 mil and a 1.8.

A repeat of CBS’ The Big Bang Theory (6.8 mil/1.2) drew Christmas night’s largest audience.

Don’t know what else to tell you here, ‘cept that something called The 12 Dogs of Christmas on The CW did 920,000 viewers and a 0.2 rating.
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2014 in Review, Part 2: Best and Worst Couples, CGI and Scenery-Chewing — Plus Death Scenes, Crushes & More!

2014 in Review, Part 2: Best and Worst Couples, CGI and Scenery-Chewing — Plus Death Scenes, Crushes & More!
Ahhh, 2014 — the year we got Flash-ed (in a good way), gave our hearts to Hannibal (only to have ‘em turned into tartare) and thanked our lucky stars we didn’t have romantic partners like those on Nashville or Masters of Sex.

We’re continuing our trip down memory lane with a look at the best and worst relationships, death scenes and CGI moments that TV had to offer in the last 12 months — as well as revisiting the year’s most horrifying sequences, crazies sex scenes, biggest tearjerkers and more.

Click through this gallery for our picks in dozens more categories
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TVLine Items: Omen Sequel to Lifetime, Newsroom Teaser and More

TVLine Items: Omen Sequel to Lifetime, Newsroom Teaser and More
Lifetime’s latest project is “all for you!”

The cabler announced Monday that it has given a six-episode, straight-to-series order to Damien, a sequel drama based on the 1976 horror classic The Omen.

Written and executive-produced by former Walking Dead showrunner Glen Mazzara, Damien follows the adult life of evil Omen child Damien Thorn, who must come to terms with being the Antichrist after growing up unaware of the satanic forces around him.

Related Lifetime’s Saved By the Bell Movie: Watch the First Five Minutes Now

“We are thrilled to be bringing a contemporary version of The Omen’s Damien Thorn back to the screen,
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True Blood Post Mortem: Ep Defends Finale Death, Explains Sookie's Future

True Blood Post Mortem: Ep Defends Finale Death, Explains Sookie's Future
True Blood may have ended Sunday, wrapping up seven seasons of fang-banging fun, but Sookie Stackhouse’s story is far from over.

Related True Blood Series Finale Recap: Kill Bill?

The HBO drama’s final episode — in which Bill met the true death and Sookie found new love with a mystery man, among other twists — received a largely negative response from fans, garnering a big fat “F” from TVLine readers. But even more than anger, the finale left viewers with a million questions, which showrunner Brian Buckner happily fielded from the press on Monday.

First thing’s first: Who did Sookie end up married to?
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True Blood's Lauren Bowles on Season 7 Wedding Bells, Chances for a Movie

True Blood's Lauren Bowles on Season 7 Wedding Bells, Chances for a Movie
With people dying left and right (and occasionally naked) on True Blood‘s final season, it’s becoming harder to predict just how it’ll all end — and Lauren Bowles is relishing every minute of her front-row seat to Bon Temps’ demise.

Related True Blood‘s Anna Camp on Sarah’s ‘Unexpected’ Reunion With [Spoiler]

Speaking with TVLine below, Bowles reflects on Holly’s three-week stint at Fangtasia, then does her best to tease the rest of Season 7, including my personal favorite question: Will someone say “I do” before the series ends? Plus, she discusses the possibility of a True Blood
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Report: True Detective Season 2 Eyeing Colin Farrell, Taylor Kitsch

Report: True Detective Season 2 Eyeing Colin Farrell, Taylor Kitsch
Whether or not time is a flat circle, the casting process for Season 2 of HBO’s True Detective is accelerating.

Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch are reportedly in serious discussions for two of the season’s lead roles, according to respective stories by our sister site Deadline and The Wrap.

Related Emmy Nominations 2014: The 44 Biggest Snubs!

At the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday, HBO president Michael Lombardo said a Season 2 casting announcement was imminent, and added, “[T]he two scripts we have are…more exciting than the first season.”

Series creator Nic Pizzolatto, meanwhile, told The Daily
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Tff 2006: Non-Competitive Selections

  • [ This is part two of our continuing Tribeca Coverage. You can read about the competitive sections of the festival in part one. ] Another day, another major announcement by the Tribeca Film Festival (Tff). The selection of a few non-competitive sections has been announced. The 60 films in the â€.Spotlightâ€., â€.Discoveryâ€. and â€.NY Specialsâ€. have been announced and represent a wide selection of established and new filmmakers from 16 countries. The Spotlight section contains new works by Kaige ChenChen Kaige
[/link], Claude Chabrol, Guy Maddin, Chris Marker and Sydney Pollack!! * * * Spotlight The Spotlight category was created to present distinctive out-of-competition films with established and international talent. From revisiting the New York soccer craze of the 70â€.s, to a daughter's unique and heartfelt tribute to her father, to an overweight and under-loved actor in search of his soul mate, the Spotlight category reflects the full spectrum of human emotions in 18 films from eight countries. The Spotlight category includes narratives and documentaries by or with some of the worldâ€.s highest profile film talent such as Chen Kaige,
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