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Norman Reedus on ‘The Walking Dead’ Without Andrew Lincoln: ‘He’s With Me Every Day’

Norman Reedus on ‘The Walking Dead’ Without Andrew Lincoln: ‘He’s With Me Every Day’
After saying goodbye to most of the original cast on “The Walking Dead,” Norman Reedus still feels his former co-stars with him during each episode.

“I’ve seen so many people come and go,” he said during a “Walking Dead” panel on Friday at PaleyFest. “Right now on the show, the ghosts of all those guys are with me through every frickin’ scene. I remember how tight Andy [Lincoln] and I are, how tight Scott [Wilson] and I were and Jon [Bernthal], too.”

Lincoln, who played main character Rick Grimes from the beginning of the hit AMC zombie series, departed halfway through the
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There Can Only Be One Way For a "Parks and Recreation" Revival To Happen, According to Mike Schur

There Can Only Be One Way For a
Parks and Recreation had seven perfect seasons on NBC, and for many of its fans, that was enough. But we are in the era of revivals and reboots, so at the show’s PaleyFest reunion, the cast and creators Mike Schur and Greg Daniels were inevitably posed the question: Could we expect a Parks and Recreation revival? Only under one
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Kaley Cuoco Just Has 1 Tiny Request for "The Big Bang Theory"'s Series Finale

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While it pains me to say this, there are only a few more episodes left until we have to say goodbye to The Big Bang Theory forever. After 12 successful seasons, the CBS sitcom - which is one of the longest-running staples of network TV, by the way - is coming to an end on May 16. I recently got to chat with Kaley Cuoco about what fans can expect from the series finale, and to say I was ecstatic is an understatement. Not only have I been following the gang since Leonard (Johnny Galecki) first laid eyes on Penny (Cuoco) in the hall of their apartment building, but I also feel like I know the cast better than I know my own friends. I've even grown to love Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and caught myself singing "Soft Kitty" to my boyfriend on multiple occasions (don't ask).

"They want these
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Nicollette Sheridan Exits "Dynasty": Here's How She Was Written Out

Nicollette Sheridan Exits
Friday’s episode of Dynasty marked Nicollette Sheridan‘s final hour as Alexis Carrington — and boy did she go out in a blaze of glory.

This week’s installment finally reunited Alexis with her long-lost son Adam, but things turned from celebratory to sour when Adam revealed that he knows she tried to pass Hank off as her son first. It also didn’t help that Adam walked in on his estranged mother burning the evidence of the DNA results she paid to have faked.

In a surprisingly touching moment of — dare I say it — humanity, Alexis owned up to her misdeeds,
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Len Wein

How often do you read a comic book and think about who did the writing, who put the pen to paper and created the characters that you fall in love with? A lot of people do this, and in fact some of them could tell you their favorite writers, artists, and even tidbits about their career from a ways back in the past. Len Wein is a legend in the realm of the comics, especially since he created so many characters that have become as popular as they could possibly be and have in fact become legends in their own

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Len Wein
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Netflix Developing Supercrooks Anime Based on Mark Millar

Netflix is still on a role as it continues to snap up as many ideas as it possibly can. This time it’s picking up an anime series titled Supercrooks that is based on Mark Millar and Leinil Yu’s ideas and will be one of the biggest heist comics to have come along in a while. The show will be produced by Bones apparently, the same studio that was behind the widely-popular series Fullmetal Alchemist and My Hero Academia. The series was originally published in 2012 and it was optioned to be a film in 2011, before it was published. So

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Why Frank Oz is Not Happy About The New Muppets Revivals

When you talk about “purity of character” as Frank Oz, one of the most well-known and well-respected individuals in show business likes to do, you get the sense of what a character is really supposed to be like, what their most visceral form is, and what it means to present them in any other way. In terms of The Muppets, a show that Oz had a great deal to do with in his heyday, he’s kind of lost the love for it that he once had. Or to be more precise, he’s not happy about the direction that the characters

Why Frank Oz is Not Happy About The New Muppets Revivals
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Business Went Viral for Using ‘My Hero Academia’ in Promo

Even if you don’t know about My Hero Academia it’s become one of the most popular series out there today. Kohei Horikoshi’s creation is something that fans have noticed and tends to apper in the strangest of places. In fact you might have seen it and not even noticed it depending on where you’re at. But at this point one business has, after making the decision to use it, is now going viral over the recent My Hero Academia shout out. The good thing is that the image being used for this business is not a direct reference to My

Business Went Viral for Using ‘My Hero Academia’ in Promo
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Charmed Sneak Peek: Have the Sisters Finally Solved Their Mother's Murder?

Charmed Sneak Peek: Have the Sisters Finally Solved Their Mother's Murder?
Last week’s Charmed blew the lid off its season-long murder mystery, finally revealing the person responsible for the witches’ mother’s death. So why is everybody acting like nothing happened?

TVLine has an exclusive sneak peek at Sunday’s episode (The CW, 9/8c), which picks up shortly after Macy discovered that not-so-sweet Charity killed Marisol in cold blood. Never mind the fact that Macy also watched Charity take out Elder Bari before her very eyes.

“Last night is a little bit fuzzy for me for some reason,” Macy tells her sisters over breakfast. She maintains that she doesn’t
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Killer Frost

Killer Frost is a DC villain that a lot of people might not know about but she is certainly one of the more deadly villains around largely because of what she can do and the fundamental danger she represents to just about anyone around her. As her name suggests she’s a cold-based villain, which might make you think that she could be taken out by an application of heat that might take her down. You’d be wrong in that estimation since unlike a lot of cold-based super villains Killer Frost is able to absorb heat and use it to fuel

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Killer Frost
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Supernatural Binge Guide: The Best Episode From Each Season

All good things must come to an end — even Supernatural.

In case you missed Friday’s surprise announcement: The long-running CW series will wrap up its run next year after a 20-episode Season 15, the show’s stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins shared on social media.

Naturally, the show’s longtime fans might be in denial and feeling a little nostalgic right now, so TVLine has crafted a binge guide with a twist: We’ve narrowed down the watch list to the single best episode from each season. Highlighting the cream of the crop from Supernatural‘s long life,
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What We Know about Riverdale Spinoff Katy Keene So Far

Lucy Hale has been cast in the lead role of the upcoming Riverdale spinoff, Katy Keene. If you’ve ever read Archie Comics then you might have already been aware of the character, as she’s been around since 1945, just a matter of months before the end of WWII. Hale has actually appeared in a great many films and TV shows throughout the past decade, and in 2008 she was in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2. She would later appear on the O.C. and How I Met Your Mother. Eventually she also became a kind of pop icon from

What We Know about Riverdale Spinoff Katy Keene So Far
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Adult Swim is Finally Getting its Own Channel But With a Catch

Adult Swim has seemed at this point to be its own channel no matter that it’s been a part of the late-night programming on Cartoon Network. That seems like it’s about to change though, but it’s only going to apply if you’re Canadian or happen to spend a lot of time north of the border. As it’s been reported, Corus Entertainment, a Canadian media company, is now launching an Adult Swim-only channel that will premier on April 1st. Apparently this channel is going to be 24 hours of Adult Swim every day all day and has spun out of a

Adult Swim is Finally Getting its Own Channel But With a Catch
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Saying Goodbye to ‘Supernatural,’ The Show That Launched a Journalism Career (Column)

It truly is the end of an era.

The CW president Mark Pedowitz has sat on stage at the network’s Television Critics Assn. press tours for years now saying that “Supernatural” would go on for as long as its stars felt they had more in them. True to his word, Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins announced on social media Friday that the long-running demon-hunting series would come to an end with Season 15.

Supernatural” is a show that survived multiple network presidents, as well as the WB’s merger with Upn to become the CW. It revitalized TV tie-in merchandising,
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Roseanne Barr Says Sara Gilbert ‘Destroyed the Show and My Life’

Roseanne Barr Says Sara Gilbert ‘Destroyed the Show and My Life’
Nearly a year after “Roseanne” was canceled, it appears that Roseanne Barr herself still has hard feelings. Speaking to the Washington Post, the controversial actress — whose racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett led to her massively popular sitcom getting the axe and her character being killed off in its spinoff “The Conners” — has said that co-star Sara Gilbert “destroyed the show and my life with that tweet. She will never get enough until she consumes my liver with a fine Chianti.”

The tweet in question — “Roseanne’s recent comments about Valerie Jarrett, and so much more, are abhorrent and do not reflect the beliefs of our cast and crew or anyone associated with our show. I am disappointed in her actions to say the least” — was part of a widespread backlash against Barr’s controversial tweet comparing Jarrett to an ape. Gilbert played Barr’s daughter on “Roseanne.”

She was likewise interviewed by the Post,
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Showrunners, Screenwriters Back WGA in Agency Battle, Sides to Meet Again Tuesday

More than 750 showrunners and screenwriters have backed the WGA’s battle against talent agencies taking packaging fees and other changes to the rules governing the business relationship between agents and writers.

The letter of support issued Saturday is significant because of the immense clout showrunners and prominent screenwriters possess in Hollywood. Several showrunners had recently expressed reservations about the WGA’s hardball negotiating tactics and the potential disruption to business if a deal isn’t reached — leading to a March 20 meeting with several dozen showrunners at the WGA West headquarters. But the new missive makes it clear that showrunners want
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American Idol Season 17: Top 10 Singers to Watch in Hollywood Week

American Idol Season 17: Top 10 Singers to Watch in Hollywood Week
Now that American Idol‘s audition rounds are (finally!) over, it’s time to look ahead to Hollywood Week, where the judges will separate the true stars from the false idols.

But with so many auditions in the bank — at least 50+ made it to air, complete with emotional backstories — how do we know which singers we should be keeping an eye on? That’s where you come in. Well, that’s there you came in. All throughout the audition process, Team TVLine has been polling our readers to find out which singers they’re digging thus far.

Some of the
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American Pickers is Coming to New York

It sounds like American Pickers are coming back to New York to pursue the latest collection that might take them through another season. What’s different however is that there won’t be any mom and pop stores on the list this time, only private collections will be visited and even considered for the show. If a person has an interest and thinks that they might have a collection that they want Mike and Frank to pore through then they can call (855) Old Rust, a fitting description for a show that has its cast root through just about anything and everything

American Pickers is Coming to New York
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What Will a Justice Society of America Movie Look Like?

While the Justice League was a poorly-executed movie that almost ended the idea of ever bringing back the heroes that were involved, with a few exceptions obviously, the idea of the Jsa or Justice League America, is something that Warner Bros. is seeing as a redemptive way of getting back to the big screen. Quite honestly, Wonder Woman and Aquaman have done their best to bring the Dceu back on track and have done a great job, but putting together another team film seems to be flirting with disaster yet again, though in a way that might be a little

What Will a Justice Society of America Movie Look Like?
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‘Shrill’ Accused of Plagiarizing Lauded Pool Party Scene, but Is It a Coincidence?

‘Shrill’ Accused of Plagiarizing Lauded Pool Party Scene, but Is It a Coincidence?
Shrill” has received acclaim for an episode featuring a body-positive pool party, but one person is taking exception with it: author Virgie Tovar, who has accused the Hulu dramedy of lifting the scene from her book “Flawless” and a Tedx Talk she gave on the same subject. In response, Ijeoma Oluo — a friend of Sam Irby, who wrote the episode in question — has pointed out that the episode was filmed the same month that the book came out (August 2018) and any similarities are a coincidence stemming from the fact that such parties have been common for decades.

Tovar, who took her accusations to Instagram, wrote that she was “worried about speaking out both because I didn’t want to sully an important moment in fat representation for anyone (fat people have so little meaningful representation. I know how much this show means to people.) and in fear of being labeled
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