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Whether you need a break from the sun, the relatives or the traffic this Memorial Day weekend, your trusty TV has the escape you crave, with a number of marathons and specials and premieres to fill your time off.
We've rounded up some of the highlights from the next three days if you feel like riding the couch, including everything from "Arrested Development" to "Veronica Mars." (Note: All times Et/Pt. Listed marathon start and end times include first airings of each episode, not episodes that are repeated over the course of the marathon -- we figured you don't want to watch the same thing twice!)
Saturday, May 25
The Elvis Collection (5 a.m. to 5:05 a.m. Sunday, Encore)
"Arrested Development" (6 a. »
- Laura Prudom
When you just can’t stomach another hot dog and the sun refuses to cooperate this Memorial Day weekend, TVLine has you covered. We’ve culled the best of the holiday weekend’s marathons and specials, including reality shows we can’t quit (I Found the Gown), a check-in with a teenage P.I. whose return can’t happen quickly enough and must-see catch-up sessions with Da Vinci and the Bluths. Enjoy!
Friday, May 24
4 – 11 pm Law & Order: Svu (USA Network) | Olivia’s fate may be up in the air, but one thing is certain: She’s still busting perps and radioing »
- Vlada Gelman
Tags: Afternoon DelightMichelle RodriguezCate BlanchettNickayla RiveraJanuary JonesIMDbNaya Rivera
Good afternoon and happy Friday! We made it!
Listen up as Jessie J performs an acoustic version of her song “Wild” just for us. (And everyone else in the world who also watches the video.)
Did you know Naya Rivera’s 18-year old sister Nickayla is a model?
Photo courtesy of GlamLatina
To tide us over until Sunday’s big launch of Arrested Development on Netflix enjoy the show’s interactive poster available here. If you click on the poster you’ll find five clips from the show’s upcoming season, like the video below starring the one and only Portia de Rossi.
Brandi Carlile has announced her summer tour dates. Trish is freaking out!
Little Miss Sunshine: The Musical is heading to the Second Stage Theatre in New York. »
- Bridget McManus
Don't hold back, Elisabeth Moss! During "Plead the Fifth" on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live Thursday, May 23, the Mad Men actress sounded off on her 2008 Speed-the-Plow costar Jeremy Piven. "What, besides eating too much sushi, caused Jeremy Piven to quit Speed-the-Plow?" Cohen asked the actress. (Piven, 47, famously left the Broadway production early, claiming he had mercury poisoning.) "That's a very good one. I could go on and on," Moss, 30, said, with a big smile on her face. "Being highly unprofessional," she gave as [...] »
Elisabeth Moss is sounding off on Jon Hamm's junk! While on Watch What Happens Live last night, Moss was put in the hot seat when Andy Cohen asked her about all the media attention surrounding her hunky Mad Men costar's supposedly gifted man parts. "Is it true what they say about Jon Hamm's ham?" Cohen asked. "Well, I mean, we've all seen the pictures so I mean I would suppose so," Moss said. "That's all I know." Moss was also asked about her former Speed the Plow costar Jeremy Piven, who famously dropped out of the 2008 Broadway production citing mercury poisoning from eating too much sushi. "That's a very good one. I could go on and »
“I have reached the point where I have absolutely no affection left for Don Draper.”
So wrote my friend (and Entertainment Weekly colleague) Missy Schwartz on her Facebook page a few weeks ago, just hours after Don demanded that his mistress crawl across the hotel room on her hands and knees to fetch his shoes. “I’m so fed up with him and his atrocious behavior that I found myself wishing someone awful would happen to him,” she continued. “Are we supposed to feel sorry for him that he’s turned into a past-his-prime shadow of his former self at work? »
- Melissa Maerz
Elisabeth Moss dropped by "Watch What Happens: Live" and revealed some hopes and dreams she has for her "Mad Men" character, Peggy. Of course, she has as much control over that as the viewing audience, but it's fun for a performer to speculate what the future holds for their character.
"I kind of think she is going to be alone and have a couple of cats, and be a very successful woman, but I’m not sure if she’s necessarily gonna be happy in love," Moss said. She also didn't think fans were ever going to see Peggy's child on the show. "The soap opera, you know, version of me wants to see, like, a 5-year-old walk in at some point, with a receding hairline," she said.
She did admit recently to "Live! with Kelly and Michael" that she was worried about her future on the show when Peggy »
- Jason Hughes
January Jones has no regrets about her decision to raise her son Xander, 20 months, in a single-parent household. The 35-year-old Mad Men actress opens up about motherhood and her son's paternity in the latest issue of Net-a-Porter's The Edit. "I don't have room for anything else, so I don't know how I would have done it with a partner. I knew I would be raising my son alone," says Jones, whose ex-boyfriends include Jason Sudeikis, Ashton Kutcher and Josh Groban. "It was something I went in [...] »
Paul Risker chats with Jonnie Hurn, writer, producer and star of Do Elephants Pray...
Ahead of the release of Do Elephants Pray? I had the opportunity to speak with the film’s multi-talented writer, producer and star Jonnie Hurn. He spoke to me about the film’s personal genesis, how writing and performance are complementary skills, his thoughts on the advantage of genre to first time filmmakers, and his preference to create films that offer his audiences something more than just escape amongst other things. Oh, and a recommendation that running naked through a French forest could be liberating for us all.
Paul Risker: What was the genesis of Do Elephants Pray?
Jonnie Hurn: After I met my now wife she took me to this forest in the north of France. Nobody knew who she was; she hadn’t met any of my friends or my family at this point. »
- Flickering Myth
CBS has finally released full trailers for most of the network's new fall shows. While previously released videos relied heavily on cast interviews and making-of footage, these new trailers show only footage. These were, in fact, the videos shown to advertisers and reporters during the CBS upfront presentations.
First up, we have the comedies.
It may be the presence of Kelly Clarkson that inspires it, but everyone sings. Like everyone. Yay!
There is much more of Martindale and Bridges in this version. This is a good move on CBS' part. A less-good move would be the ever-prevalent laugh track. It's hardly necessary. Then there's the best move -- Arnett and Martindale reenacting "Dirty Dancing."
It's been almost two years since January Jones' son Xander entered this world, and the mystery continues: Who is his father?! But don't expect an answer to that question anytime soon (or ever, for that matter), as the Mad Men actress is sticking to her guns about keeping certain bits of information, such as Xander's paternity, private. "It's just not something the public needs to know," she tells Edit magazine. "I don't divulge my sexual preferences. There are parts of your life—no matter what your job—that should remain private." Although the star's decision to keep certain aspects of her life away from the media shouldn't need an explanation, »
Ferguson opened up to GQ about Sunday's episode, titled "The Crash," in which he and Peggy engaged in a halfway-decent kiss.
"This was the first time the audience was getting a chance to kind of see this softer side. For so long now, people have started to wonder, is there even any other part of Stan than what we see?" he said. "So that was fun and liberating, as the character, to be able to go there a little bit. And just to be able to do that with Lizzie [Moss], that was a very special gift that they gave me."
Ferguson added, "There was a moment there where as an audience, »
- Leigh Weingus
When we talked to Mad Men's Jay R. Ferguson a few weeks ago, he told us he was still sporting Stan's now-signature mega-beard. No more, though! "I shaved it off finally," he tells GQ. "So I got the kids, my three boys, and they all took turns with the beard trimmer and shaved it off. Two of my boys are very young, so I didn't want to come home and freak the shit out of them right when I walked in by not having a beard." Rip, amazing beard. You will live on in our hearts and Tumblrs forever. »
- Margaret Lyons
With the end of "Mad Men" in sight, viewers aren't the only ones feeling a little nostalgic about having only one more season to look forward to.
“It will be very sad. We are all so close that we will keep in touch, but I don't think we will ever have this kind of experience again -- from the relationships we've made to the success we have had, to the cultural impact [of the show],” she said.
“I’m going to confirm that,” Weiner told The Daily Beast of the ahead of the Season 6 premiere, adding that he's »
- Leigh Weingus
Here lies a true fact: There have only been 17 total episodes of Zach Galifianakis' "Between Two Ferns." Doesn't that surprise you? Meaning, it surprises me, so shouldn't it surprise you?
The esteemed Funny or Die web series has made such a massive comedic impact in such a limited amount of time that the idea that it exists as only a mere 80ish minutes of total running time is downright absurd. And here's the kicker: They're all gold. There's not a single episode of Btf that one would call "weak," just "weaker than the exceptional."
The following episodes are the exceptional.
5. Jon Hamm
If your intent is to find the ideal episode to introduce someone to the Btf series for the first time, the one with Jon Hamm might be your best bet. Of all episodes that don't feature some extreme outlier, be it overt weirdness, overt cruelty, a musical performance midway through the interview, »
- Nick Blake
Who is January Jones son's father? The baby daddy has been kept a secret so far by the Hollywood actress and she says that no one needs to know who the father of son Xander is, regardless of the gossip and speculation. Jones says it is nobody's business who she sleeps with and says she won't disclose the baby's father or why she is protecting him. The 'Mad Men' actress - whose ex-boyfriends include Ashton Kutcher and Jason Sudeikis - is remaining tight-lipped about the identity of her 20-month-old son Xander's dad and has taken advice from legendary actor Jack Nicholson in how to approach difficult questions about the subject. When asked to state who Xander's father was, the blonde beauty told The New York Times newspaper: ''That's my son's business. It's not the public's business. ''Jack Nicholson once told me,' 'You should never give your personal life away, »
Presenting yet another take on the age-old story of a young boy and his talking snake — voiced by Maulik Pancholy (30 Rock) and Chris Hardwick (The Nerdist) — Sanjay and Craig was created by Jay Howell (Bob’s Burgers), Jim Dirschberger and Andreas Trolf, all of whom claim Nick’s popular Adventures of Pete & Pete among their influences. In fact, Pete & Pete producers/veteran animators Chris Viscardi and »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
In a rather surprising development, Amazon plans to start selling fanfic. Really. The online retailer will let fanfic writers sell their Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars or Vampire Diaries-inspired stories and keep a portion of the sale. All three series are based on books brought to TV by Alloy Entertainment and Amazon says its working to get more properties into the mix. Now, anyone knows if they’ve banned crossovers? It would be fun to see how “A” and Gossip Girl would react to each other.
Why aren’t there more hosting gigs that include moments of shirtlessness?
It’s taken nearly a year, but TLC has picked up the Bukudroos-produced celebrity genealogy show Who Do You Think You Are?. The new season will include episodes focusing on Zooey Deschanel, Chris O’Donnell and Christina Applegate. »
- Lyle Masaki
The writers' speed binge brought on flashbacks, blackouts and the presence of a genuine hippy. Just as trippy was Sally's encounter with Grandma Ida
Spoiler Alert: This blog is for those who are watching season six of Mad Men. Don't read on if you haven't seen episode seven.
Catch up with Paul MacInnes's episode seven blog here.
'I've had loss in my life. You have to let yourself feel it, you can't dampen it down with drugs or sex.' – Peggy Olsen
It's one of the great things about Mad Men that, not only are there episodes in which the characters are on drugs, when watching them, the viewer feels as if they're on drugs too. Last season gives us Roger's acid awakening in which the doors of perception were held open, chivalrously, so that the audience could see harlequin hairdos and hear symphonic bottles of vodka. This week we »
- Paul MacInnes
Jenna Elfman will host Women in Film's Crystal + Lucy Awards in June, the organization said on Wednesday. The gala will honor actresses Laura Linney, Hailee Steinfeld and the women of AMC's "Mad Men," as well as cinematographer Rachel Morrison ("Fruitvale Station"), George Lucas and Sofia Coppola. Linney, whose career in both film and television has spanned two decades, will be awarded the Crystal Award for Excellence in Film. The Lucy Award for Excellence in Television will be given to Elisabeth Moss, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Jessica Paré, and Keirnan Shipka of »
- Greg Gilman
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