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Madam Secretary Premiere Recap: Nothing But Respect for My President

Madam Secretary‘s Elizabeth McCord is president, and everything is right with the world.

Ok, well not everything. The United States has been hacked, and the legitimacy of Bess’ presidency is now being called into question, and Henry has an uncharacteristically semi-embarrassing moment on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show couch. But President McCord sends no unhinged tweets nor colludes with any foreign powers during the series’ Season 6 premiere, so I’m calling Elizabeth’s first hundred days in office a win. For My Soul.

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Wentworth Miller In Talks To Return As Captain Cold For Crisis On Infinite Earths

Crossovers are a time for bringing back old fan favorities, and that’s definitely true of “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” The Arrowverse’s latest event is the biggest one ever, as can be seen from the presence of multiversal stars like Smallville‘s Tom Welling on the cast list. And here’s another another popular face from The CW-verse’s past who could be returning for the superhero extravaganza: Wentworth Miller Aka Captain Cold.

We Got This Covered has been told by our sources that the former Legends of Tomorrow star is in talks to show up in “Crisis.” This info comes from the same sources who previously let us know about Welling and Kat McNamara taking part before their involvement was made official, so there’s no reason to doubt it. We should stress, however, that Miller’s just in talks at the moment and it’s not 100% that he’ll drop by.
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Hawaii Five-0/Magnum P.I. Crossover Status: 'We've Narrowed Down a Story'

The Lenkoverse is back on track for another two-show team-up.

Though a full-on crossover between CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 and Magnum P.I. did not come to fruition during the latter’s freshman run, Peter M. Lenkov — the showrunner for both of the Aloha State-based procedurals — told TVLine as part of our Fall Preview Q&a that he is resolved to making it happen this TV season, and “sooner rather than later.”

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Survivor Reveals Season 39 Cast, 'Island of the Idols' Twist — Boston Rob and Sandra Diaz-Twine Return

CBS’ Survivor has revealed the cast for Season 39 of the long-running reality-tv competition — as well as announced how series vets “Boston Rob” Mariana and Sandra Diaz-Twine fit in.

Premiering on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 8/7c, Season 39 brings back “legendary winners” Boston Rob and Sandra — who together have plated more than 200 days of Survivor — as mentors to a group of 20 new castaways. As such, Boston Rob and Sandra will serve as the “idols” in this season’s “Island of the Idols” twist, in that some castaways will be afforded the opportunity to visit the Island of the Idols to learn skills and strategy.
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Madam Secretary: Season Six; Wentworth Miller and Michael Patrick Thornton Join Final Season

Madam Secretary has some new company. TVLine reports Wentworth Miller and Michael Patrick Thornton have joined the CBS TV show's sixth and final season.

The political drama follows U.S. Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord (Téa Leoni) as she battles office politics while driving diplomacy and negotiating global deals. The cast also includes Tim Daly, Sara Ramirez, Željko Ivanek, Keith Carradine, Sebastian Arcelus, Patina Miller, and Geoffrey Arend.

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Madam Secretary: Wentworth Miller and Private Practice Doc Join Cast

Madam Secretary: Wentworth Miller and Private Practice Doc Join Cast
Careful, Madam Secretary: The erstwhile Captain Cold is gunning for you.

Wentworth Miller (The Flash/DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Prison Break) will have a recurring role in the CBS drama’s upcoming sixth and final season, TVLine has learned exclusively, playing a ruthless politician who hates the fact that Elizabeth McCord has been elected president.

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As previously reported, Madam Secretary Season 6 will begin
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The Talk Video Teases 'Two New Faces' — Including Sharon's Latest Facelift!

The Talk Video Teases 'Two New Faces' — Including Sharon's Latest Facelift!
Marie Osmond’s is not the only “new” face that viewers of The Talk will see when CBS’ daytime chatfest opens Season 10. Rather, it turns out that longtime cohost Sharon Osbourne has an updated punim to share with us as well, as teased in the video above.

Premiering Monday, Sept. 9, Season 10 of The Talk will formally introduce Osmond as the newest host, replacing Sarah Gilbert alongside Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve and Carrie Ann Inaba. The first new episode will also feature Osbourne “unveiling her refreshed look after undergoing her recent facelift” — a face that has not been shown in any
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Big Brother Renewed for Season 22

The Big Brother house will keep its doors open for at least one more summer.

CBS has renewed the long-running reality series for Season 22, set to air in Summer 2020. Julie Chen Moonves, who has hosted the show since its inception, also will be back for the 22nd cycle.

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Big Brother is currently approaching the end of Season 21, which will wrap up with a 90-minute live finale on Wednesday,
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DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Season Five; Two Actors Leaving CW Series in 2020

Two key players are leaving DC's Legends of Tomorrow. Deadline reports Brandon Routh and Courtney Ford are departing the CW TV show during season five.

Routh plays Ray Palmer/Atom and Ford plays Nora Darhk on the DC superhero drama, which also stars Victor Garber, Caity Lotz, Franz Drameh, Arthur Darvill, Amy Pemberton, Dominic Purcell, Wentworth Miller, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Nick Zano, Tala Ashe, and Neal McDonough.

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‘DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow’: Brandon Routh & Courtney Ford To Depart CW Drama As Series Regulars In Season 5

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Exclusive: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will be bidding farewell to two series regulars during the superhero team-up drama’s upcoming fifth season: Brandon Routh, who plays Ray Palmer/Atom, and Courtney Ford, who portrays Nora Darhk.

“Brandon and Courtney have been invaluable members of the Legends family,” series executive producers Phil Klemmer, Grianne Godfree and Keto Shimizu said in a statement to Deadline. “They have always brought a level passion and collaboration to their characters and to the show — both on and off the screen – that we deeply admire and for which we are eternally grateful.”

Routh was among the core group of fan-favorite recurring actors from Arrow and Flash who were recruited to anchor the third Arrowverse series, along with Victor Garber, Wentworth Miller and Caity Lotz, and has been a series regular from the start. Routh’s wife, Ford, joined Legends of Tomorrow as a recurring in
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DC's Legends of Tomorrow: The CW Teases Series' Mid-Season Return (Video)

What's next for DC's Legends of Tomorrow? The CW just released a new preview for the TV show's season four return in April.

The DC Comics drama centers on a diverse group of superheroes who band together to help save the world by traveling through time and space. The cast includes Victor Garber, Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, Franz Drameh, Arthur Darvill, Amy Pemberton, Dominic Purcell, Wentworth Miller, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Nick Zano, Tala Ashe, and Neal McDonough.

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Titans Casts Esai Morales as Deathstroke in Season 2

Dick Grayson will face off against his arch nemesis when DC Universe’s Titans returns for its second season. Esai Morales, best known for playing NYPD Blue‘s Lt. Tony Rodriguez, is stepping into the role of Slade Wilson (aka Deathstroke), our sister site Deadline reports.

According to the official character description, “Slade Wilson is known for being DC’s deadliest assassin. While serving his country, Slade became an elite soldier before government testing enhanced his physiology to near superhuman levels, putting him on a path of darkness and revenge. To his family, Slade is a father and husband, but
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Sarah Michelle Gellar Is ‘Terribly Sorry’ for Offending People With Her Pre-Thanksgiving Lingerie Post

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Sarah Michelle Gellar Is ‘Terribly Sorry’ for Offending People With Her Pre-Thanksgiving Lingerie Post
Forget the turkey — Sarah Michelle Gellar chowed down on some crow in the run-up to Thanksgiving this year.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer” star Gellar has coughed up an apology after apparently offending some people by posting photos of herself in lingerie as a reminder not to overeat on Thursday.

Gellar’s initial post, published Sunday, featured photos of herself clad in black lingerie. (Us Weekly said they were from a 2007 Maxim photoshoot.)

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“I’m just going to pin these up all over my house as a reminder not to overeat on Thursday,” Gellar wrote, adding the hashtag, #thanksgivingprep.”

While the vast majority of comments displayed support for the actress, some people took issue with the post, leading Gellar to clarify in the comments section that she did not intend to fat-shame anyone.

“It’s come to my attention that some
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‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’: Why the CW Underdog Is Television’s Most Delightful Series

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This fall, “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” star Dominic Purcell offered a withering indictment of the first season in an Instagram post — namely, that it “sucked.” This was not an uncommon opinion of the series when it initially launched in 2016. But it meant something coming from Purcell, who still plays Mick Rory on what has become, in Season 4, the most flat-out enjoyable show on television.

However, Purcell clarified that while the first season of the time travel adventure show “was a dud” and he “wanted off it,” the second season was “a genius master stroke” by the writers, who realized they could “have fun with it.”

Much like Purcell, fans have come to embrace the beautiful strangeness of “Legends.” It’s just one of the 14 series on which uber-producer Greg Berlanti currently has his name, but the only one that brings together a revolving door of lower-tier characters drawn
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Prison Break Season 6: Release date, return of Wentworth Miller and cast plus how to catch up on previous seasons

Prison Break will be returning for a one more season. Find out who from the cast is likely to be returning and when fans can expect the series to premiere. Will Wentworth Miler return as Michael Scofield for Season 6 of Prison Break? The fifth season ended with Scofield getting full immunity for his actions while working for a rogue CIA agent. It seems like Michael got his happy ending but there may be room for one more story as Fox has been teasing a renewal of the popular series. Wentworth Miller, who is also a screenwriter, seems interested in […]

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20 Most Memorable Coming Out Stories by Hollywood Stars (Photos)

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20 Most Memorable Coming Out Stories by Hollywood Stars (Photos)
In celebration of National Coming Out day, reflect on these emotional, empowering and sometimes bizarre stories from show business.

Frank Ocean

In a widely-celebrated and brave blog post, R&B singer and prolific songwriter Ocean revealed a tumultuous romantic relationship with another man. The admission was applauded for discussing the intersection of sexual orientation and the repression of African American male identities.

Kristen Stewart

While her early career was defined by the fever pitch over “The Twilight Saga” and her co-star/boyfriend Robert Pattinson, Stewart later pursued a low-key slate of indies and relationship with female singer St. Vincent. She openly addressed their connection in a September 2016 Elle magazine interview.

Cynthia Nixon

Sex and the City” star Cynthia Nixon‘s personal life became the fascination of bloggers and celebrity magazines after leaving her partner Danny Mozes for New York education activist Christine Marinoni. The pair moved in together in 2007 and
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A Former Legend Will Try To Kill The Team In Legends Of Tomorrow Season 4

Life never runs smoothly for the crew of the Waverider. Partly because they travel through time so their personal histories are a little muddled, but also because they’re self-described screw-ups who, despite trying their best, always seem to cause more problems for themselves along the way. There’s an unexpected issue facing the team in the upcoming fourth season of Legends of Tomorrow, though, and it comes in the form of one of their own members gone bad.

According to TV Line, a former Legend will return in season 4 in an “unexpected form to try and kill the team.” That’s all we know right now, but the various changes to the Legends’ line-up over the years give us a few options as to who this mystery traitor could be.

Perhaps the most obvious is Rip Hunter, the former Time Master/Time Bureau agent and leader of the Legends
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The Flash Season 5 Will Introduce A Younger Version Of The Rogues

The Flash has had a funny relationship with the Rogues over its first four seasons. The group of supervillains that plague the Scarlet Speedster’s life in the comics have occasionally teamed up on the show but usually they appear separately as villains-of-the-week. In season 5, though, we could see the next generation of Central City’s worst criminals.

During The Flash panel at San Diego Comic-Con, showrunner Todd Helbing promised that a new group of Rogues was coming. “We will be doing a younger version of The Rogues,” he said, before explaining that this is part of the big theme this year of legacy and what we leave behind us, and it turns out this also applies to the villains of the show.

Of course, two of the most beloved members of the original Rogues include Wentworth Miller’s Captain Cold and Mark Hamill’s Trickster. While we’d love to see more of them,
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The Flash Season 5 Will Introduce Another Lgbt Character

Considering how expansive The CW’s DC TV lineup has gotten in recent years, it comes as no surprise that varying ethnicities, religions and orientations be represented. In fact, the third of those just mentioned will be touched upon rather generously in the coming year because, don’t forget, a lesbian hero in the form of Batwoman will be introduced in the next major crossover event before being awarded her own series. Not only that, but John Constantine’s bisexuality will be explored over on Legends of Tomorrow, with a transgender crimefighter, Dreamer, set to debut on Supergirl.

When it comes to The Flash, though, Patrick Sabongui’s David Singh and Wentworth Miller’s Citizen Cold will soon be two among several (and probably counting) Lgbt folks to either call Central City home or roll through town.

You see, according to ComicBook.com, it was vaguely revealed at the show
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DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Season Four; New Characters Join CW Series

What's in store for the next season of DC's Legends of Tomorrow? Recently, The CW released a new teaser and announced new characters for the TV show's fourth season.

The DC Comics drama follows a group of superheroes as they travel through time to save humanity. The cast includes Caity Lotz, Victor Garber, Brandon Routh, Franz Drameh, Arthur Darvill, Amy Pemberton, Dominic Purcell, Wentworth Miller, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Nick Zano, Tala Ashe, and Neal McDonough.

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