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Kristen, you might think your entire world has just fallen apart and you’ll never love anyone as much as Rob. But I’m here to tell you that just when you think all is lost forever, you will meet another great man and fall in love again.
Kristen Stewart, you will find love once more. You might not believe it right now, but it will happen. In the coming months, you’ll find it hard to eat, sleep and Everything will remind you of Robert Pattinson. But once you’ve given yourself some time to heal, I promise you, you’ll find yourself meeting another guy when you least expect it, who will have you laughing and talking who you’ll want to spend time with. It may take time but one day you’ll realize that you’re falling in love again.
Kristen Stewart — Your Life Isn’t Over
- Bonnie Fuller
CBS can rightfully boast about winning another season in the ratings, but really all it did was stand still.
When the 2012-13 TV season, as measured by Nielsen, ends on Wednesday (May 22), the Eye will have locked up its 10th victory among total viewers in the past 11 years. For the first time in eight seasons, CBS is also the adults 18-49 leader, breaking Fox's streak atop the demographic heap.
In a year when it had the Super Bowl to boost its numbers, CBS improved a scant 1 percent in total viewers (11.86 million vs. 11.75 million in 2011-12) and fell slightly in adults 18-49 (2.9 from 3.0), based on the most recent Nielsen averages. CBS still would have been No. 1 even without the Super Bowl, but nonetheless it didn't really grow its audience much.
This season, though, not falling is something of an achievement. NBC had the smallest dropoff of the other big four nets, »
Tension was high during a mini-Friends reunion — but it was all fun and games for The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
In the staged video, Jennifer Aniston heads to former co-star Matthew Perry's house for advice for her co-hosting gig on Wednesday's Ellen. Perry, who's not too happy that she showed up unannounced, doesn't have a lot of words of wisdom to offer — and could not be more annoyed when Aniston references his recently canceled series Go On. Aniston, however, is stunned to find out that he's sleeping with Courteney Cox. Soon Portia de Rossi and DeGeneres herself attempt to stealthily slip out of Perry's house.
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- Robyn Ross
Jennifer Aniston appears on today’s episode of Ellen, but not just as a guest — she’s co-hosting the show. Naturally, this gig carries more pressure than a simple guest appearance… which is why Aniston thought it’d be a good idea to stop by her old Friend Matthew Perry’s house and ask him for advice, since he recently co-hosted alongside DeGeneres himself. (Jen: “You’ve got to give me something to go on!” Matthew: “Don’t say Go On.”)
Unfortunately, the rap session doesn’t go completely as planned. It turns out Aniston and Perry haven’t really »
- Hillary Busis
Jennifer Aniston is co-hosting Ellen today, and as part of the festivities, the show put together this mini Friends reunion with Aniston, Matthew Perry, and Courteney Cox. It's pretty cute, if you like your celebrity bits kind of sarcastic and self-deprecating. (And we do!) An actual Friends reunion is a terrible idea, plus these little spots — and the various guest roles on Cougar Town and Go On and Web Therapy, etc. — more than scratch that itch. Also, if there were a Friends reunion, someone would have to acknowledge that Monica and Chandler's twins just turned nine. Nine! Time flies. »
- Margaret Lyons
It wasn't the "Friends" reunion fans may have hoped for, but "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" got some of the old Central Perk gang back together for a special video with Jennifer Aniston.
While preparing to co-host "Ellen," Aniston headed to Matthew Perry's house for some advice since he had done it before. But Perry wasn't happy to see Aniston there so early in the morning. "What are you talking about?" she asks. "We used to walk into each other's apartments all the time!"
The two made jokes about Perry's canceled NBC series "Go On," mistaking each other for different "Friends" cast members and there were appearances by Ellen DeGeneres, Portia de Rossi and Courteney Cox. Monica and Chandler fans are sure to be pleased.
The Internet was sent into a frenzy in early April 2013 when a radio station posted a photo of the iconic "Friends" couch with the caption: "Friends. »
- Chris Harnick
"The best piece of advice I could give anyone who wanted to lose weight and tone up would be: Go on 'Strictly...'! I've spent many years putting myself under the spotlight but now, in my 30s, I've accepted my body," dailystar.co.uk quoted Walsh as saying.
The former Girls Aloud band member also admitted that she participated in the BBC TV show to get into shape.
- Ketali Mehta
Update: Now that the networks have set their schedules for the 2013-14 season, totals and percentages changed to reflect the current status of each show.
It is no secret that this has not been a banner year for broadcast television.
The narrative that, on the business side at least, this has been a down season for traditional network TV is not just hype. Compared to this time last season, all five English-language broadcast networks are drawing smaller ratings among adults 18-49, the age group that drives the bulk of advertiser spending.
The drops range from trifling (CBS is down from a 3.0 last year to a 2.9, NBC from 2.5 to 2.4) to alarming (Fox has lost seven tenths of a point, going from 3.2 last season to 2.5 now). Three networks -- ABC, Fox and NBC -- are also drawing smaller total audiences, while CBS and The CW have posted just modest gains of 220,000 and 70,000 viewers. »
Are Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson of One Direction 'Clowns?" Noel Gallagher believes the pop band 1D are indeed clowns. The grumpy singer - who made a rude gesture when the group performed at the Brit Awards in February - was delighted to pick up the Outstanding Song Collection prize at yesterday's Ivor Novello awards because the ceremony focuses only on music. Asked why the awards mean something to him, he said: ''There aren't any clowns like One Direction here. ''It's not about what clothes you wear or how nimble you are or who you are s****ing. ''It's about the songs. Songs last forever. You can have that lyric.'' The 45-year-old rocker also admitted he would love to see his children, Anais, 13, Donovan, five, and two-year-old Sonny, follow in his musical footsteps. He said: ''If my kids want to write songs, I can »
With J.J. Abrams Star Trek Into Darkness now playing around the world, we recently landed an exclusive phone interview with John Cho. During the interview, he talked about making the sequel, how things changed on set, who was the one who broke the most while filming, his preparation process, did he take anything home from set, deleted scenes, and a lot more. He also talked about the status of Harold and Kumar, Get a Job, working with Matthew Perry on Go On, Bryan Cranston, and working on the pilot for Sleepy Hollow. Hit the jump for what he had to say. John Cho: What's up, brother? Collider: Nada, what's going on with you? Cho: Not much, we're in San Francisco at the moment. Oh, good times. I saw Mr. Pegg last night, he was here in L.A. Cho: Oh, you did? Okay cool. And now I'm with him, »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
Done. The fates of pilots and returning shows are sealed. The new fall schedule has been revealed. And the week of network sales presentations to advertisers is over. Here’s some of the best and worst of the past week and what it means for this fall.
Highest concept (figuratively): Mixology — a sitcom where the entire series takes place during one night in a bar. Cheers only felt like that.
Highest concept (literally): Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. You see that trippy trailer? Might as well call it the Bong Hit Fairy Tale Hour.
Most-deserved cancellation: Where to start? »
- Lynette Rice and James Hibberd
Tags: AfterEllen HuddleGo OnBomb GirlsHappy EndingsSmashUp All NightIMDb
Most major networks have now unveiled their primetime TV schedules for fall, which means they've also announced the shows they've canned. For this week's Huddle, we asked our AfterEllen team which 2013 cancellation hurt the most.
Valerie Anne: Bomb Girls. I miss The Adventures of Princess and Betts already. I still can't bring myself to watch the last episode because it's the Last Episode. It hurts too much. I also haven't watched the last episode of Emily Owens M.D. and probably won't until Mamie Gummer is safely back on my television again. (As a lesbian, no less! »
"Psych" has almost ended its seventh season, with just two new episodes left. The season finale, "No Trout About It," caps off a stellar run, so we've got some teases for you about how everyone's favorite detectives close out Season 7.
Anthony Michael Hall guest stars as Harris Trout, a consultant brought in to take a hard look at the department and its, shall we say, unconventional ways of doing police work. The Case of the Week ends (starts?) with a rather awesome car crash, then is revealed through a series of flashbacks.At the scene of the crash, Henry has a rather interesting encounter that does not get resolved during the finale. Fingers crossed the show picks that thread up in Season 8.Remember in the "Go On" finale (you should remember, because you should have watched it, it was a great show), Ryan scattered cake mix instead of his wife's ashes? »
It's unwise, Eurovision fans, to enter the arena without a spot of preparation – so here's our guide to the evening's likely high (and possibly low) points
On Saturday night, all of Europe will come together in an orgy of music, glitter and polite avoidance of Bonnie Tyler. The 58th annual Eurovision song contest has, technically, been rumbling on all week, thanks to the two semi-finals that took place on Tuesday and Thursday. But because the UK pays good money not to be involved in any of that malarkey, there's a good chance that you've been keeping your powder dry ahead of the grand final – and my live blog, here from 7.30pm.
However, everybody knows that it's massively unwise to barge into Eurovision without any preparation whatsoever. It's incredibly long, there are lots of flashing lights and your vision is likely to go permanently soft midway through the billionth needless dubstep breakdown. »
- Stuart Heritage
Marina and Kevin Krim, whose two young children were stabbed to death allegedly by their nanny, announced good news on May 16 — they’re expecting a baby boy in the fall. What a happy moment after such a horrific tragedy.
Marina and Kevin Krim suffered unspeakable horror on Oct. 25 when Marina discovered her precious kids Lulu, 6, and Leo, 2, stabbed to death in their New York City apartment, allegedly by their nanny Yoselyn Ortega. But the resilient couple revealed on Facebook on May 16 that they are expecting another baby in the fall — and so excited to begin a new future filled with hope.
Marina Krim Pregnant — Family Expecting Baby Boy
The couple announced the good news on Facebook on May 16, and revealed that Marina is expecting another baby in the fall. They also revealed that their daughter Nessie, 4, is excited to welcome her new baby brother.
Although they are excited, the Krims »
- Hollywood Life Staff
A conservative and notoriously anti-gay group is claiming responsibility for the cancellation of the NBC series "The New Normal."
Joe. My. God cites an email sent to him from Monica Cole, the leader of One Million Moms, who writes, "Our persistence has paid off once again! 'The New Normal' got the axe by NBC after the show’s first and only season!"
"One Million Moms continues to fight for the moral values that have served our country so well for so long," she concludes. "We do so without apology."
You can read the full text of the email here.
- Curtis M. Wong
We’re now at the end of this year’s Upfronts week, which means the major broadcast networks have announced their new shows and schedules for the 2013-2014 season. I’m here to run you through some of the shows that will be coming to NBC later this year.
Beginning with the sitcoms, Thursday night will introduce viewers to Welcome to the Family, Sean Saves the World (fortunately, this isn’t a show about me as a superhero) and The Michael J. Fox Show, all of which will follow the returning Parks and Recreation in that order starting with Welcome to the Family at 8:30.
Welcome to the Family follows two different families who are forced into each other’s lives after one’s college-age daughter (played by Ella Rae Peck from the now-cancelled NBC drama Deception) becomes pregnant with the other’s college-age son. Presumably, the two get married and more family hijinks ensue. »
- Sean Colletti
Update 5/16: With everyone's schedules announced, only a handful of shows are still in limbo.
Update 5/13: A few more shows, including "The Cleveland Show" but not "Hannibal" (at least not yet), have their futures decided.
Update 5/10: More pilot pickups and CBS and NBC cancellations, plus ABC's massive wave of announcements, now reflected below.
Update 5/9: Now includes "Parks and Recreation" renewal, NBC cancellations and more pilot pickups.
Update 5/8: Latest news reflected below.
In just two weeks, the broadcast networks (and a few cable channels) will announce their lineups for the 2013-14 season. We'll get our first looks at new shows for next season then, along with schedules for the fall and beyond.
Before the upfronts start, though, it's helpful to know -- which series the networks have already picked up for next season. In some cases -- particularly at CBS and at Fox -- there won't be »
I have seen it, and I hereby pronounce it “awesome”. I was really really looking forward to Star Trek Into Darkness, especially since Star Trek is one of my top ten movies, and it did not disappoint. Go see it Absolutely as soon as possible, for three reasons: one, it is really fun to see it with a crowd full of fans, which is who will primarily be attending during the first few days; two, you may get inadvertently spoiled at Any Minute now that it’s out; and three, like I said, it’s awesome.
One of the most important components of the movie is the soundtrack, and wow does that Michael Giacchino score come shining through, just as it did in the first Star Trek movie. Here’s a featurette on the music; you’ll hear a few themes that harken back to that first movie, along with »
- Erin Willard
Latest updates: New shows have been added; About a Boy, American Dream Builders, Believe, The Blacklist, Chicago Pd, Crisis, The Family Guide, Ironside, The Michael J. Fox Show, The Night Shift, Sean Saves the World, Undateable, and Welcome to the Family. The Biggest Loser and Saturday Night Live have been renewed while Take It All and Love in the Wild were cancelled. Smash has been officially cancelled now. The New Normal has been cancelled while Community has been renewed. Rock Center with Brian Williams has been cancelled as well. Go On has been dropped after one season. Guys with Kids has been cancelled after one season. Up All Night has (finally) been canned. Whitney has been cancelled after two seasons. 1600 Penn has been cancelled after one season of 13 episodes. Parks and Recreation has been renewed for season six. Deception has been cancelled after one season and 11 episodes. »
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