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Exclusive: How Joey McIntyre’s New Series Strengthened His Marriage

Exclusive: How Joey McIntyre’s New Series Strengthened His Marriage
For years, Joey McIntyre has pursued his singing, acting and comedy career while his “awesome” wife Barrett took on being a stay-at-home mom, but the New Kids on the Block singer credits working together on their new show, Return of the Mac, for strengthening their bond after 13 years of marriage.

The couple and their three children are the focus of McIntyre’s new Pop TV sitcom Return of the Mac, loosely based on the 44-year-old musician’s quest to find success as an actor in Hollywood while juggling family life and daddy duties.

Exclusive: Joey McIntyre Goes to Prom and Shares His First Dance With a Starstruck Fan!

“It was fun to share the experience with her, and I think couples can relate -- they both have jobs, they come home after a long day, and it’s all about the kids, then you barely have time to talk about your lives,” McIntyre tells Et
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Ariana Grande Is Feeling "Free, Happy and Banginnnnnnn" While Debuting Brand-New Summer Hairstyle

Ariana Grande Is Feeling
Oh we are definitely into this, Ariana Grande. As the "Break Free" singer continues supporting her latest album this month, the pop superstar decided to debut a new summer look on Instagram over the weekend. Ladies and gentlemen, Ariana is ready to say hello to bangs! "Change. feelin free. happy. Banginnnnnnn," she wrote on Twitter Saturday evening after showcasing her new look. "Life is wild and change is f--king fantastic. (Not just talking bangs)" The "Into You" singer added, "But yeah bangs. why do y'all always gotta be right about everything. I love you. ty for loving me and caring and having my best interest at heart. I love u." According...
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Vampire Dairies Season 4 New Psych Girl Arriving To Probe Klaus In Originals Spinoff

Vampire Dairies season 4 new psych girl arriving to probe Klaus in Originals spinoff. Recently, The Hollywood Reporter ,dished out a new spoiler involving some casting news for Vampire Diaries new spinoff show "Originals." It turns out that we're going to see a new psychologist,human chick ,arrive on the scene,and she will be highly fascinated with Klaus' behavior,and more. Her name is Camille,and she'll be played by actress Leah Pipes. Camille's official description reads like this: "a college psychology student fascinated by the study of human behavior unaware of the supernatural universe that exists around her." Camille will also be a regular on the show,so no killing her,at least, not to start off with,anyways. Leah Pipes' acting credits, includes roles in Sorority Row, Life is Wild, and The Deep End. She's joining the already casts Daniel Gillies, Phoebe Tonkin,along with Daniella Pineda and Danielle Campbell,
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'Vampire Diaries' Spinoff 'The Originals' Adds 'Sorority Row' Actress (Exclusive)

'Vampire Diaries' Spinoff 'The Originals' Adds 'Sorority Row' Actress (Exclusive)
The CW's Vampire Diaries backdoor pilot has added a mortal foil to its ranks. Sorority Row actress Leah Pipes has booked the lead human role in The Originals, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. Story: TV Pilots 2013: The Complete Guide The Originals revolves around Klaus (Joseph Morgan), who returns to the supernatural melting pot that is the French Quarter of New Orleans, a town he helped build centuries ago, where he is reunited with his diabolical former protege Marcel (The Game's Charles Michael Davis).  Pipes, whose credits also include Life is Wild and The Deep End, will play Camille, a

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Helen Mirren's Arthur offence

Dame Helen Mirren found the original 'Arthur' ''slightly offensive''. The Oscar-winning actress stars in the 2011 remake alongside Russell Brand and while she isn't a huge fan of political correctness, she is pleased the new version is more respectful towards women than the 1981 film. She told Britain's Ok! magazine: ''I found the original film slightly offensive on that level. I don't like political correctness as such, as it can just be paralysing. Life is wild, raw, uncomfortable, savage and interesting. I don't like the political correctness that attempts to tame out natural, real life. But yeah,
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[DVD News] - "Sorority Row" - Blu-ray DVD - February 23

It's all fun and games until someone gets stabbed with a tire iron. This was the lesson learned by the girls of "Sorority Row" . the terrifying horror film now arriving on Blu-ray and DVD February 23, 2010 from Summit Home Entertainment. Like most lessons learned, this one doesn't come with ease, but proves to have no shortage of thrills, sass and sex appeal. The line-up of beautiful sorority sisters in peril includes Briana Evigan ("Step Up 2: The Streets") Leah Pipes (TV's "Life Is Wild"), Rumer Willis ("The House Bunny"), Jamie Chung ("Dragonball"), Margo Harshman ("Even Stevens"), Audrina Patridge (MTV's "The Hills") and Caroline D'Amore ("Entourage") as the sisters of Theta Pi, easily the hottest sorority on campus at Rosman University. Carrie Fisher ("E-girl") also stars as...
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Rumer Willis, Audrina Patridge Star In "Sorority Row" This September

Some of today's hottest young stars gather together for a Summit Entertainment slasher film offering. "Sorority Row," featuring Rumer Willis and Audrina Patridge, will be released on September 11.

The two are joined by Leah Pipes ("Life Is Wild"), Briana Evigan ("Step Up 2: The Streets"), Jamie Chung ("The Real World: San Diego"), and Margo Harshman ("Even Stevens") in the remake of the 1983 slasher horror "The House on Sorority Row."

The film follows the misadventures of five sorority girls who accidentally cause the murder of one of their sisters in a prank gone wrong. They agree to keep the unfortunate event to themselves and promise never to speak of it again.

However, after graduation, a mysterious killer goes after them and starts killing them in horrific manner.
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Another blow to broadcast model

Los Angeles -- Exactly six months ago, NBC Universal president Jeff Zucker stood in front of an audience of investors at the Ubs Global Media and Communications Conference and posed two questions.

"Can we continue to broadcast 22 hours in primetime? Three of our competitors don't," he said, referring to Fox, CW and MyNetwork TV. "Can we continue to broadcast seven days a week? One of our competitors doesn't." (CW and MyNet program six nights a week.)

Shortly after Zucker's speech, NBC announced that starting next fall, it will de facto program 17 hours a week by stripping a Jay Leno-hosted talk show at 10 p.m.

In February, MyNet announced that it was leaving the league of broadcast networks to become a "hybrid national program distribution service," switching to syndicated content and giving a second night, Saturday, back to the affiliates, in addition to Sunday.

And late Monday, CW too confirmed
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Preview: Sorority Row

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Be warned: never judge a book by its cover. Summit Entertainment has a new movie coming out called Sorority Row starring The Hills Audrina Patridge, Step Up 2: The Streets Briana Evigan, Wild Cherry's Rumor Wilis and Life Is Wild star Leah Pipes. If you are thinking this will be the new House Bunny you are totally wrong; get ready for the scare of your life when Sorority Row hits theaters. When a group of sisters band together, the possibilities are endless, but who knew that murder was an option. A group of sorority sisters are looking to teach one of their boyfriends a lesson until their plan goes terribly wrong and one of the sisters has to pay a deadly cost. As the group tries to move on from the terrible event, the details of that horrible night keep resurfacing. If the movie is anything like the trailer
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Niznik gets 'Wild'; 'Life' for Sexton

Niznik gets 'Wild'; 'Life' for Sexton
Everwood alumna Stephanie Niznik has been tapped to star on the CW's upcoming drama series Life Is Wild.

Meanwhile, Brent Sexton has been added to the cast of NBC's upcoming drama Life as a regular.

Wild, from CBS Paramount Network TV, Company Pictures and WBTV, centers on a New York veterinarian (D.W. Moffett) and his second wife (Niznik) -- a beautiful and rich corporate lawyer -- who move to a South African game preserve with their two sets of children.

The roles of both parents were recast. Niznik replaces Judith Hoag, who played the role in the pilot; Moffett recently took over from Brett Cullen (HR 6/27).

Niznik is best known for her role as Nina Feeney, the neighbor and confidante of Andy Brown (Treat Williams) on Everwood. She most recently appeared in the two-hour Grey's Anatomy episode that introduced the spinoff series Private Practice.

Niznik is repped by August Kammer at TalentWorks and manager Anne Woodward at Station 3.

Life, from Universal Media Studios, centers on an ex-cop (Damian Lewis) who rejoins the force after being wrongfully imprisoned for years.

'Family-friendly' TV milestones

NBC dramas Chuck and The Bionic Woman and the CW drama Life Is Wild are the upcoming primetime series that have earned the seal of approval from the Family Friendly Programming Forum, which is marking two milestones in the fall.

The 2007-08 season will mark the first time ever that the FFPF -- a coalition of blue-chip advertisers that helps fund the development of family-oriented programming for the broadcast networks -- has secured at least one family-friendly programming option in primetime each night of the week (with the exclusion of the low-rated Saturday night, where the networks generally tend to air newsmagazines and repeats).

In addition, the upcoming season will feature more shows funded through the FFPF's Script Development Fund than in any season since the coalition was founded in 1998. The eight FFPF-supported series that will be on the broadcast networks' schedules next season is three more than the previous high of five. They include five returning shows: ABC's Ugly Betty, Brothers & Sisters and Notes From the Underbelly; NBC's Friday Night Lights; and CW's Everybody Hates Chris.

"We're pretty proud (of having a show on Sunday-Friday nights)," said Pat Gentile, national TV programming manager at the Procter & Gamble Co., which is part of the FFPF.

CW sees 'Aliens,' CBS renews 'Christine'

CW has handed out series orders to comedy Aliens In America and dramas Gossip Girl, Reaper and the untitled South Africa project.

Additionally, the network has renewed sci-fi dramas 'Smallville' and 'Supernatural' and teen soap One Tree Hill for next season, while comedy All of Us and drama veronica Mars won't be coming back.

Over at CBS, the network has renewed comedies How I Met Your Mother and Old Christine and dramas The Unit, Shark, Criminal Minds and Ghost Whisperer.

Not coming back are comedy The Class and dramas Jericho and Close to Home.

Aliens, now to be produced by CBS Paramount Network TV and Warner Bros. TV, centers on a teen Pakistani Muslim in the U.S.

The pickup of Gossip, also from WBTV, makes it two new series orders for The O.C. creator Josh Schwartz, who also has dramedy Chuck ordered at NBC.

Reaper, from ABC Studios, is a comedic drama about the devil and his bounty hunter, while the CBS Par TV-produced South Africa project is an adaptation of the British family drama set at a South African game preserve.

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