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Even "Game of Thrones" Superfans Might Not Know These Facts About Sophie Turner

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There's no doubt that Game of Thrones, over the course of the last eight years, has turned its cast of mostly unknown leading actors into bonafide A-list stars. Among the biggest breakouts of the series is Sophie Turner, who was just 14 years old when she began filming her first scenes as Sansa Stark in 2010. Because she's been in the spotlight for most of her young-adult life, it feels like we know everything about her, from her fashion sense to her love life and more. But there's probably still a few things you might not know about her!

Sophie was born in 1996 and grew up in Warwickshire, England, with her family. She began acting with a local theater company, the Playbox Theatre, when she was just 3 years old.
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Katherine Heigl Cast as Lead in CBS Comedy Pilot Our House

Katherine Heigl Cast as Lead in CBS Comedy Pilot Our House
Katherine Heigl's got herself a new starring role.  The current Suits star will lead and executive produce the CBS pilot Our House, opposite Timeless' Malcolm Barrett. The multi-cam comedy is about a married couple, Shawn (Barrett) and Bridget (Heigl) who are committed to raising their kids with the love and support Bridget never got as a kid, but discover how difficult that is when they've moved into her childhood home, with her insane parents and siblings back in the picture.  Per Deadline, Shawn is a therapist, and Bridget tries her best to be as laid-back and progressive as he is, but often finds herself reverting to the old school style of her parents and now has to find a balance...
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20 Trailblazing TV Shows That Changed the Way We See Women

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20 Trailblazing TV Shows That Changed the Way We See Women
March is Women's History Month, and while everyone should celebrate the accomplishments of females year round, we'd like to take advantage of the spotlight to herald the efforts of females in the entertainment industry. We'll concentrate on television series that deepen our understanding of the medium, as well as recognize notable female performers like Carol Burnett, who became the first woman in television history to host a variety sketch show.

While there are several programs that could round out this list, we'll limit our discussion to scripted series that offer breakthroughs in the areas of diversity, parenthood, and politics. So, with those criteria in mind, let's take a look at 20 American television shows that changed our cultural landscape and the way society views women.
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Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale Enjoy Date Night With Her Mom and Step-Dad

Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale Enjoy Date Night With Her Mom and Step-Dad
Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale's romantic date nights are still going strong. This time, they even brought some guests along. The SNL star and Beckinsale were seen out at Nobu in Malibu on Tuesday night and were accompanied by her mom Judy Loe and step-dad Roy Battersby.  Tuesday was a bit of a solemn day for The Widow actress because it marked the 40th anniversary of her dad Richard Beckinsale's death, who passed away in 1979 at the age of 31. She paid tribute to her late father on social media and shared a number of pictures of him from some of his acting roles as well as family photos. "40 years is a lot of missing. Thank you so much to everyone who has been...
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Surprise! Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach Welcomed Their First Child

Surprise! Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach Welcomed Their First Child
Surprise! Greta Gerwig is a mom! The Oscar nominee and her longtime love, writer and director Noah Baumbach, have welcomed their first child together, her rep confirms to E! News. This exciting baby news comes shortly after the couple was spotted pushing a baby stroller in Downtown Manhattan on Tuesday. "Noah was pushing and Greta was right next to him. They were chatting and enjoying some fresh air," an eyewitness tells E! News. "They were bundled up in the chilly weather and they had a gray and white striped blanket draped over the stroller. It seemed like the baby was sleeping because they were busy talking and didn't have to tend to the baby." "They looked happy but a...
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The Sexiest, Raunchiest Series Available to Stream on Netflix Right Now

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TV shows can be deemed unsuitable for children for a number of reasons - coarse or crude language, violence, sexual situations, nudity, or all of the above - but those elements are sometimes the very things that make our favorite shows so damn good. Wholesome series can be great for binge-watching with the family, but if you're looking for a show that is strictly for mature adults only, then Netflix has plenty to choose from. From comedies to dramas and the intimate to the downright profane, read on to see the sexiest, raunchiest TV series Netflix has to offer.

Related: 50 Sex-Filled Films to Stream on Netflix For a Steamy Night In
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Emma Roberts Is ''Exploring a Relationship'' With Garrett Hedlund After Evan Peters Split

Emma Roberts Is ''Exploring a Relationship'' With Garrett Hedlund After Evan Peters Split
This unfortunate news may sound like a plot-line out of American Horror Story, but it's true: Emma Roberts and Evan Peters have called it quits for good.  A source close to Emma tells E! News that the famous pair "broke off their engagement," thus ending their 5-year relationship shortly after Valentine's Day. "They have had their ups and downs for a while now and were really trying to make it work," the insider shares. "Their split was a long time coming." In the past, the "on and off" nature of their relationship has led to some violent confrontations, but the source says, "They are not on bad terms." However, according to the source, they are...
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Daytime Emmy Awards 2019: The Complete List of Nominations

Daytime Emmy Awards 2019: The Complete List of Nominations
Just when you thought awards season was over, the 2019 Daytime Emmy Awards list of nominees are announced! That's right, on Sunday, May 5, pop culture lovers will celebrate daytime TV's greatest. Moreover, the star-studded ceremony is nominated celebrity faves, like Kelly Ripa, Ellen DeGeneres, Steve HarveyRyan SeacrestMarci Miller and so many more. With that said, many TV classics are also nominated this year, including Family Feud, Days of Our Lives, Sesame Street and The View. Even if these daytime series' aren't your cup of tea, TV fanatics still have time to catch up and watch some of the nominated celebs, programs and shows...
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Why Elaine Welteroth Swears on the Importance of "Having a Girl Squad" and Finding Your Voice

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Big things are changing for award-winning journalist Elaine Weltworth. A little over a year ago, the activist was resigning from her position as the editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, where she was the youngest person and the second person of color to hold such a position at any publication. Since then she's been covering major news events like March For Our Lives in partnership with Freeform and ABC News, walking the Oscars red carpet, interviewing Oprah, and - oh yeah - writing a book and becoming a new judge on Bravo's Project Runway. A very chill way to start off 2019, no?

Even with all of the work and projects that she juggles, Elaine has remained consistent in prioritizing her mission of sharing the stories of marginalized groups and uplifting those around her. "I think of all the people in the community that I represent, essentially.
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Here's Where Madeleine McCann Was Last Seen, and Why It Matters

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Many recent true-crime documentaries have focused on violent crimes that made scandalous headlines in real life. However, Netflix's new documentary The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann tackles a different approach: it focuses on an unsolved disappearance from over a decade ago. Madeleine McCann was only 3 years old when she was presumably kidnapped from the villa where she and her family were staying on vacation. The case drew international attention, not just because of its tragic nature, but because of its international location.

The McCann family, who lived regularly in England, was on a spring break vacation in Praia da Luz, Portugal, a popular resort town in the south of the country, when Madeleine disappeared in May 2007. The town was especially popular among British expats and tourists, like the McCanns. They were staying at a privately owned apartment, 5A Rua Dr Agostinho da Silva, owned by a British landlord, that was
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Boeing Sued for Wrongful Death Over 737 Max 8's Lion Air Crash

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Boeing is getting sued for wrongful death over the Lion Air crash of a 737 Max 8 in Indonesia ... a disaster that killed everyone on board -- and signaled the start of Boeing's troubles with the model. The federal lawsuit was filed by the estate of Rohmanir Pandi Sagala, one of the 189 souls lost when the flight went down last October. According to docs, obtained by TMZ, the 737 Max 8's problems stem from a system called McAs
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Mindy Kaling Heads to Netflix With Comedy Inspired By Her Childhood

Mindy Kaling Heads to Netflix With Comedy Inspired By Her Childhood
Mindy Kaling is heading to Netflix.  The streaming site has ordered a new coming-of-age comedy inspired by Kaling's childhood, described as a story about the complicated life of a modern-day first generation Indian American teenage girl.  Kaling will serve as executive producer and showrunner alongside Lang Fisher, who wrote for The Mindy Project and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The project also finds Kaling reteaming with Ep Howard Klein, who worked on The Office, The Mindy Project, and Parks and Recreation, as well as David Miner, known for 30 Rock and Master of None.  "I'm joining the Netflix fam!" Kaling Tweeted. "[Lang Fisher] and I are working on a brand-new Netflix TV comedy...
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What to Know About the Parents of Missing Girl Madeleine McCann

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The Madeleine McCann disappearance case has intrigued people across the world for more than a decade. When the 3-year-old girl disappeared while on a family vacation in Portugal, her family was immediately thrust into the spotlight. Madeleine's case is the subject of a new Netflix documentary, and is one of many true crime stories being highlighted in today's true crime boom, which is drawing attention back to her parents as well.

Madeleine McCann's parents are Kate and Gerry McCann, who both were doctors, according to Country Living. Kate also became an author in the years following her daughter's disappearance, writing a 2011 memoir about their experience entitled Madeleine: Our Daughter's Disappearance and the Continuing Search for Her. At the time of Madeleine's disappearance in 2007, the couple were both in their late 30s.

Four months after Madeleine's disappearance, news outlets around the world reported that Kate was named a suspect in Madeleine's disappearance.
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Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath Slams Peloton for Stiffing Musicians

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Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath Slams Peloton for Stiffing Musicians
Mark McGrath is ripping Peloton for allegedly stealing music to build its brand ... and he says it's time the company pays songwriters and artists.  We got the Sugar Ray frontman at Lax Wednesday, and our photog asked him about the $150 million lawsuit claiming Peloton is jacking songs for spin classes. Ya gotta see Mark's reaction ... he's spinning mad about the whole thing, and he ain't holding back!!!  Mark slams Peloton for allegedly using music it
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Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish Still Remember Everything That Went Down on Pretty Little Liars

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Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish Still Remember Everything That Went Down on Pretty Little Liars
If you were along for the seven-year wild ride of Pretty Little Liars, then you've probably seen enough onscreen murders, questionable dating choices, and far too many people in hooded trench coats and doll masks to last you a lifetime. But I have some news: you're about to get sucked right back in. Clear your schedule March 20, and grab a bottle of wine, your best friends, and the nearest couch, because the epic series' spinoff, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, is almost here. And from one Pll-obsessed watcher to the next: it's really damn good.

In celebration of the new show, we've featured the Perfectionists cast in Popsugar's first-ever digital cover story. In addition to capturing truly epic photos and their social media secrets, we sat down with Pll originals Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish on set to test how well they remember the series - in which they
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Us: The Voice Lupita Nyong'o's Evil Character Uses Was Inspired by a Real Person

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Us: The Voice Lupita Nyong'o's Evil Character Uses Was Inspired by a Real Person
There are a few things you should know before watching Jordan Peele's latest horror masterpiece, Us: don't see it without a buddy (you'll need someone to help sneak you out of the theater when you inevitably pee your pants out of fear); be prepared to never want to use scissors ever again; and brace yourself for the bone-chilling voice Lupita Nyong'o uses as her evil doppelgänger, named "Red."

Technically, Nyong'o plays two roles in the film: the paranoid but relatively normal suburban wife and mother of two named Adelaide, and Red, the jumpsuit-wearing identical killer who comes after her. When Red crashes Adelaide's beachside vacation with her family, she's not alone - she brings along demonic versions of Adelaide's husband, son, and daughter, too, and explains they're called the "Tethered." Adelaide's family physically looks exactly like their Tethered counterparts, down to the way they creepily mimic their movements. But
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Everything You Need to Know About Catch-22 Before You Catch the Series on Hulu

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Everything You Need to Know About Catch-22 Before You Catch the Series on Hulu
You've probably heard an example of a "catch-22" before, but if you were one of the few high school students who wasn't assigned to read Joseph Heller's satirical 1961 novel that inspired the phrase, here's the gist. Taking place during World War II, Catch-22 follows a Us Army Air Forces bomber named Captain John Yossarian and his fellow airmen while they are based on an island in the Mediterranean. The pilots all desperately want to be sent home, but unfortunately, they're all caught in a no-win situation because of an implicit military rule called Catch-22.

According to the rule, a pilot deemed crazy is not fit to fly a plane and should be sent home. One can only be deemed crazy by the army psychiatrist through a medical evaluation. Requesting a medical evaluation implies that the pilot is sane enough to be self-aware. Here's the real issue: if Captain Yossarian
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8 Potential Names For Harry and Meghan's Future Royal

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8 Potential Names For Harry and Meghan's Future Royal
As the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first child gets closer, we imagine the royal couple already have a few possible names picked out. Even though Harry and Meghan are keeping the baby's sex a surprise, it doesn't hurt to speculate what the little one's moniker will be. This will be the pair's first child, so we can't make any guesses based off the names of former children. However, there's a long tradition of family names being handed down to royal babies, so it's likely that Harry and Meghan's future child will be given a name with some history. Here are just a few of the names we could see for the forthcoming royal baby.

Related: How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Shared Their Exciting Baby News With the Royal Family
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Vanessa Hudgens Has a New Netflix Christmas Movie - No, It's Not a Princess Switch Sequel

Vanessa Hudgens Has a New Netflix Christmas Movie - No, It's Not a Princess Switch Sequel
Vanessa Hudgens is treating us to yet another Christmas movie on Netflix, and no, it's not a sequel to The Princess Switch. Netflix hasn't confirmed any news about a sequel to that gem of a holiday movie, but not to worry - this one sounds just as good, if not better. Hudgens will executive produce and star in The Knight Before Christmas, "a movie about a medieval English knight who is magically transported to present day where he ends up falling for a high school science teacher," Netflix revealed on Twitter. Time travel and romance? Oh heck yes.

.@VanessaHudgens will executive produce & star in "The Knight Before Christmas," a movie about a medieval English knight who is magically transported to present day where he ends up falling for a high school science teacher.

(and yes, this is my new favorite movie title pun) pic.twitter.com/XbjlSA40F2

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How Travel Channel's Kellee Edwards Is Inspiring Black Girls to Love the Great Outdoors

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Several minutes into her speech at the 2019 Los Angeles Travel and Adventure Show, Kellee Edwards, the host of Travel Channel's Mysterious Islands (and the first black woman to lead a show on the network), has encountered a small issue: she's the sole black woman scheduled to speak at the two-day conference, and her presentation about what it means to connect with communities while traveling isn't working the way it should - but much like every other aspect of her life, she's prepared to take control of the situation with authority, fearlessness, and a smile.

Born on Chicago's South Side, Edwards is used to succeeding in environments that would be a challenge for others. As a licensed pilot, certified scuba diver, and seasoned mountain climber, calling Edwards the future of adventure travel would be an understatement. Her journey is a significant accomplishment given the overwhelmingly white male industry she has been called to pursue,
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