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The holiday season just doesn't feel right until you've watched some of the classic Christmas movies. Turns out, the stars agree!
Watch: Flashback: Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' Turns 20!
We rounded up a few of our favorite stars, who shared their favorite holiday films with Et.
Damn it, Ryan Murphy. You did it again. We thought last week’s episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show was too much to handle, but we were definitely wrong. Last night’s episode, aptly titled “Tupperware Party Massacre,” kicked it up several notches. And by “it,” we mean the blood-bathing, weirdly infantile, and over-gelled menace known as Dandy (Finn Wittrock).
So much next-level shit happened last night that needs to be addressed. Luckily, VH1 is here for you. Let’s start by breaking down Dandy’s most psychotic moments, shall we?
1. Dandy goes to Maggie Esmerelda (“Surprise, bitch!” empress) for some spiritual guidance.
Dandy was definitely the star (in the Mommie Dearest sense) of the most recent Freak Show hour. We start the episode with him seeking advice from supreme fake fortune teller Maggie about his lady issues (i.e.: Bette and Dot got a whiff of his »
- Christopher Rosa
Food is fast becoming the universal language of television.
Food Network parent company Scripps Networks Interactive is in the midst of a big push to beef up its international channel portfolio. The effort began five years ago as a mission to export the culinary adventures of homegrown stars like Bobby Flay, Guy Fieri, Giada De Laurentiis, Rachael Ray and Alton Brown to viewers globally.
But as the channels have taken root in the U.K., Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, execs have been pleasantly surprised at the wealth of local talent they’ve discovered, and how well the shows travel from territory to territory. The early success has convinced Food Network to redouble its investment in local original programming.
“Just as we have done in the U.S., we’re finding talents who are just at the beginning of their careers,” says Jim Samples, president of international for Scripps Networks. »
- Cynthia Littleton
Hands off! LeBron James took it upon himself to place his arm around Kate Middleton during a photo op following his team's win over the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center on Monday, Dec. 8, and according to Piers Morgan, you "do not touch the royals!" Photos: Kate's chic second pregnancy "You do not put your arm around the future Queen of England!" the British CNN host, seemingly joking, said during an appearance on Rachael Ray on Tuesday, Dec. 9. "You do not touch a member of [...] »
Is Rachael Ray on Team Gwyneth Paltrow or Team Martha Stewart? That's the question a viewer wanted answered after she phoned in to Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Wednesday. Rather than publicly bash her peers, Ray wisely took a diplomatic approach. "I'm on team food. I think everybody who likes to eat has a different take on it and everybody's opinion should be respected," she said. "I love Gwyneth Paltrow. I think that she is very devoted to everything she puts her mind to, and I think she is really a brilliant cookbook author. She writes in many different disciplines." What about Stewart (or M. Diddy, as she was known in prison)? "I have to have nothing but respect for »
John Oliver spent his acclaimed first season on HBO's Last Week Tonight sounding off on hot-button issues like civil forfeitures, the terror of drone strikes and the NFL's wishy-wishy policies toward domestic abuse. And during Sunday night's season finale, the host focused on another headline-maker: the Salmon Cannon.
Oliver opens the bit by giving a definition of "salmon": "cat food for people, tuna's understudy that you hope never has to go on and that stupid fish that doesn't know how rivers work." The host then cites a recent TV »
This month, New York City played host to one of the biggest food events of the year—the New York Wine and Food Festival. From raw vegan events, such as Fresh & Raw, inching over to a carnivorous frenzy with Meatopia and The Blue Moon Burger Bash, the city had it covered. Not to mention every food celebrity was out on the town, like Restaurant Impossible's Robert Irvine. We caught up with Robert to talk all things burgers, sammies and what he'll be cooking up this fall. What were some of your favorite dishes at the New York Wine and Food Festival? Marc Murphy's lamb burgers were amazing at Blue Moon Burger Bash hosted by Rachael Ray. He comes up with great dishes, and this lamb »
As of this week, streaming video services like Netflix and Hulu are required to have closed captions the same way broadcast TV is required. That happened thanks partly to activism by Marlee Matlin. Matlin is now working to make captions more accurate (yes, please!) and to try to implement crowdsourcing of captions.
Former One Tree Hill cutie Tyler Hilton has joined the cast of CBS’ summer drama Extant, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Hilton will play a techie who is a “rock star” at work but socially awkward away from his office.
I hope Tyler Hilton’s wearing those cute specs on Extant.
Here’s the latest poster for AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire:
- Lyle Masaki
Food Network Star is a show that represents a bizarre high and low for me. If you’ve been following me for a while, you probably already know my take on the show, and what happens afterward. The short version is that while I actually love the competition show itself, it never (almost) ends up with a person that I would ever watch, and that’s almost always because the person I would actually watch gets cut fairly early.
On the other side of the coin, the show becomes less interesting to me (as do all reality competitions) the more we move into the category of contestants who already own restaurants, or otherwise have a fairly decent food-related career. But, that’s just me.
At any rate, the show has some new twists this time around, and the competition is going on the road.
Take a look at all the info below, »
- Marc Eastman
I’ve been trying to figure out a way to discuss last Sunday’s Game of Thrones but end up stuck trying to find a way to word it without being spoilery. However, The Daily Banter nicely sums up why it’s ridiculous to keep calling that one scene shocking when the whole episode was full of shocking brutality.
Tahmoh Penikett seems like The CW’s new featured hunk. The former Battlestar Galatica star recently showed up on Supernatural and Star Crossed. Now, E! reports that he’ll be appearing on the season finale of Reign.
One of the challenges of taking the fake news show format pioneered by The Daily Show to a premium channel like HBO — the lack of commercials. Really. Last Week Tonight producer Tim Carvell explains, “We realized early on, you don’t necessarily want to hear anybody talk to you for a half an hour straight. »
- Lyle Masaki
Bill Bellamy has signed with Resolution in all areas. He stars in and executive produces the syndicated comedy Mr. Box Office and toplined the Showtime specials Crazy Sexy Dirty and Bill Bellamy’s Ladies Night Out and exec produced and hosted last month’s Centric Comedy All Stars. Bellamy also is a recurring co-host on The Rachael Ray Show and appeared in the 2013 feature 10 Rules For Sleeping Around. He is managed by Barry Katz. Jonny Campbell has inked with Verve. The UK-based TV director also has signed to helm the BBC/HBO adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy. The Warner Bros-produced project will premiere on the BBC before airing on HBO. Campbell directed last year’s BBC Three miniseries In The Flesh and has helmed multiple episodes of UK series including Doctor Who, Shameless, Ashes And Ashes and Phoenix Nights. He is repped in the UK by 42. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Kirstie Alley is coming to her own defense after receiving backlash for her comment that she wasn't "circus fat" in a new advertisement with Jenny Craig. The former Fat Actress star appeared on Rachael Ray's daytime talk show and told her, "So, on my ad, I say I'm not fat-fat, I'm not circus fat, I've just gained 30 pounds. Well first of all, I'm talking about myself, and second of all, I grew up in an era—pioneer days—I grew up in an era where my dad would take me to the fair and to the circus and they actually had fat ladies in the circus." She added, "Everybody in the audience was so thin that they would bring out this fat lady and would like, point and »
Hollywood’s role in promoting enrollment in the Affordable Care Act was on display in the final hours before a deadline for coverage this year, as John Legend, Jared Leto and Kerry Washington were among a wave of figures tweeting a link to Healthcare.gov and a top administration official once again defended President Obama’s turn to pop culture to spread the word.
Monday was the last day of open enrollment, with more website problems reported due to a software bug and to a surge in traffic. Nevertheless, a scramble for signups had been expected, and the site reported record volume.
As the enrollment date approached on Oct. 1, the White House sought to tap into pop culture, drawing on Obama’s base of entertainment industry supporters to send out tweets and other types of social media messaging, for YouTube stars to promote signups, and for administration officials to appear »
- Ted Johnson
Paula Deen can drop all the n-bombs she wants ... DJ Paul is still down with the celebrity chef, and says he'd love to get in the kitchen with her today.The Three 6 Mafia rapper -- slash chef and celeb caterer -- told us yesterday in NYC ... he's unfazed by the whole controversy surrounding Paula using the n-word.Paul says he was hanging out with Deen at a food festival in NYC minutes before he »
- TMZ Staff
Following this week’s Teen Wolf shocker, MTV has unveiled a memorial site.
Andrew Rannells tells E! that he’d like to see Elijah bring some guy-on-guy sexuality to Girls. “I volunteered myself for nakedness… I feel like with Looking on the air, I gotta represent some gay sex on the show. I’m willing.” I’d think it would be safe to say that we’ll be willing to watch that.
Six reasons you need to watch Enlisted.
Betsy Brandt is getting back to participating in prestige cable dramas, taking a role in the second season of Masters of Sex, according to The Hollywood Reporter in a recurring role. She’ll play Dr. Masters‘ new secretary.
- Lyle Masaki
A&E has pulled Those Who Kill from the schedule after two weeks. The crime drama has failed to hold onto the audience of its lead-in Bates Motel. However, A&E isn’t cancelling the show yet, the channel plans on relaunching the show.
CBS has renewed The Big Bang Theory for three seasons. That will keep the show on the air until the spring of 2017.
This works as a still from tonight’s episode or as a group reaction to the renewal.
If you want to see the best challenges in reality TV you should be watching the amazing King of the Nerds, which airs its finale tonight. Then again, it’s impossible to do any better than to have a “navigate a laser maze to rescue George Takei” challenge.
- Lyle Masaki
We can probably all agree that seeing Michelle Obama on Jimmy Fallon's "Ew!" sketch with Will Ferrell was one of the best things ever. Right? Right. Along with bringing the funny, Flotus just seemed like such a natural when it came to ew-ing things, and that's because she had her fair share of saying "ew" to some specific dinner options when she was younger. Like what, you ask? "Brussel sprouts. Uh, liver," Obama began to tell Rachael Ray (airing March 5). "Liver was a dark day in our household. It was dark…We were angry." Liver: Ew! Unless you actually enjoy eating liver—like Ray, who said she "grooved on liver"— then it would »
Hln has announced its first set of new shows as part of its new identity as the channel for the “social media generation”. It includes I Can Haz NewsToons highlighting online political satire, Keywords which sounds like an online scavenger hunt game show and #What’s Your Fomo about people’s “Fear of Missing Out”. I double checked the story to make sure it didn’t come from The Onion. It isn’t. I think. I’d better check again.
Talking to a panel, Looking writer Jc Lee commented on the criticism the show has received from gay viewers, “It’s a minority trap… When you have a piece that showcases a community, there’s this identity factor where if you’re showing a certain kind of queerness, you’re not honoring what queerness is. There’s a sense their queerness feels threatened by a show that is normalizing it. »
- Lyle Masaki
Looking for a special way to celebrate birthdays with your pet? Let them eat cake - courtesy of Rachael Ray! The celeb chef created a scrumptious bacon and beef birthday cake for dog Isaboo's 9th birthday last week, and here's your chance to do the same for your favorite pups. In addition to being taste-tested by Ray's team, the cake easily earned Isaboo's bark of approval. "Paws down, best cake ever!" she Tweeted, sharing a picture of the pit bull digging in. Made with ground pork, roasted beets and cream cheese frosting, you might even be tempted to try a piece yourself! »
The casting for Fox’s Batman prequel series Gotham continues as Donal Logue has been picked to play Harvey Bullock, a detective on the Gotham police, one with a confusing history thank to all those continuity reboots at DC Comics.
The cast of Sharknado 2 has added a handful of actors including Vivica A. Fox, Judah Freidlander, Mark McGrath, Judd Hirsch (playing a cabbie, see what they did?), Kelly Osbourne and, uh, Andy Dick. In a few of those cases, I suspect the casting is the result of a “Which celebrity would you like to see eaten by a shark? (Yes, we already know about Tara Reid.)” survey.
Yes, there is a change. »
- Lyle Masaki
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