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"True Blood" Creator Alan Ball Gives Details Of Musical Version In The Works

True Blood fans rejoice. You may be getting a fix of the vampire fantasy story in musical form.

Speaking at a 10th anniversary screening of the pilot episode at Vulture Festival in Los Angeles on Sunday, creator Alan Ball gave details of the rumored musical version coming from composer Nathan Barr, which Ball says he’s heard is "pretty good."

"It tells the story of vampires coming out of the closet," Ball said.
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"Pinky and the Brain" Voice Actors Hint at Reboot

What are we going to do tonight? The same thing we do every night, Pinky: Try to get rebooted. That’s one takeaway from a Vulture Festival panel in which voice actors read famous movie scenes, including Maurice Lamarche and Rob Paulsen of "Pinky and the Brain," performing the Ferris wheel scene from The Third Man in character. They’d already done so once before on the cartoon itself, leading Paulsen to say to his co-star, “If we get our show back…”
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‘Walking Dead’ Recap: Michonne Tries to Trust Again (Spoilers)

‘Walking Dead’ Recap: Michonne Tries to Trust Again (Spoilers)
Spoiler Alert: Do not keep reading if you have not seen Episode 7 of Season 9 of “The Walking Dead,” titled “Stradivarius”

This week’s episode of “The Walking Dead” picks up near the end of last week’s episode, with Rosita (Christian Serratos) wandering alone and wounded through the woods after she and Eugene (Josh McDermitt) narrowly escaped the group’s first encounter with the Whisperers. She struggles to find her way before eventually passing out.

Elsewhere, Carol (Melissa McBride) and Henry (Matt Lintz) have made their way to Daryl’s (Norman Reedus). Daryl lives a solitary existence out in the wilderness,
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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Characters Continue To Grate In ‘Stradivarius’

‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Characters Continue To Grate In ‘Stradivarius’
This Week On “The Walking Dead

So much of the first half of Season 9 of “The Walking Dead” has been focused on writing out Rick Grimes, leaving precious few episodes left to establish the new time-jump status quo as well as build to a satisfying cliffhanger for the mid-season break. Instead of maximizing that time, “The Walking Dead” has shifted back to auto-pilot, meandering around with very little drive until the November finale. The creative surge the show displayed early on this season is quickly dwindling.

Man Is The True Monster

It seems that Michonne’s change of heart last episode wasn’t “I’m being an asshole and I should be kind,” so much as a “I guess I could help these newbies find a new place to live since my kid guilted me into it, but I still distrust them and everyone,” and her stank attitude is even less fun this week.
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The Walking Dead: Carol and Daryl Reunite in Character-Driven Episode

The Walking Dead Season 9, Episode 7 was a plot-light hour, especially for the episode before the midseason finale, but this hasn't been a normal season of The Walking Dead. After the enormous shakeups of Episodes 5 and 6, we needed a bit of a comedown, and the Michael Cudlitz-directed

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The Walking Dead Recap: Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Daryl

The Walking Dead Recap: Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Daryl
After “Who Are You Now?” gave us our first teensy taste of the Whisperers, Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead — the last one before the midseason finale — dished out… Drat. Only another minuscule morsel. After the opening showed us Rosita running from what she thought were walkers speaking in hushed tones, that was about it for the show’s new Big Bads. So how was the rest of the hour filled, then? By catching us up with B players like Jesus, Tara and Aaron, feeding us backstory on the newbies and their ill-fated friend Bernie, and revealing how, ahem,
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The Best Uses of Ozzy Osbourne Songs in Movies or TV

A lot of folks will no doubt think of Black Sabbath when they think of Ozzy Osbourne, but in truth he’s been just as successful, if not more so, after leaving the band than he was with them. One song in particular, that you’ll find on this list in more than one spot, has elevated him to the status of a musical legend and made him the kind of guy that you look to as a genius despite the fact that he dropped out of school when he was still in his teens. That being said however Ozzy, for all

The Best Uses of Ozzy Osbourne Songs in Movies or TV
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Arrowverse's 'Elseworlds' Crossover: New Promo Pits Supergirl vs. Alex

At this point, it’s hard to imagine anything coming between Kara and Alex Danvers. Then again, we never thought we’d see Oliver Queen kissing Iris West-Allen — yet here we are.

A new teaser for the Arrowverse’s upcoming “Elseworlds” crossover aired during Sunday’s episode of Supergirl, in which the Girl of Steel finds herself taken prisoner by her own sister. “You are as despicable as they come,” a newly braided Alex tells Kara from the other side of the glass. “You are dangerous, and you are clearly crazy.”

“Alex, I know the world looks one way to you,
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Supergirl Recap: Who Invited the Dragon to Thanksgiving Dinner?

Supergirl Recap: Who Invited the Dragon to Thanksgiving Dinner?
“Children of Liberty? Well, that’s a stupid name, isn’t it?” Manchester Black finally said what everyone’s been thinking on Sunday’s Supergirl, and for that, we thank him.

This year’s Thanksgiving episode began with the Children’s manifesto literally falling from the sky — because why send a tweet to the whole world when you could dump dozens of fliers in the park and call it a day? — laying out the organization’s anti-alien mission statement in black and white, which had everyone (especially Manchester) seeing red.

Lena immediately arranged for James to appear on the news
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Doctor Who Recap: Beware the Bubble Wrap

Fall behind? Read our previous Doctor Who recap here.

Just in time for the holiday season, Doctor Who has given us an episode that we’ll think of every time we receive a package from Amazon. “Kerblam!”, written by Pete McTighe, showed what could happen when companies become 90 percent automated: People will still be the biggest danger.

Let’s recap.

‘Space Postman. I’Ve Seen It All Now.’ | The Doctor received a package from Kerblam!, the biggest retailer in the galaxy, via teleporting deliverybot. It wasn’t the fez she presumably ordered two regenerations ago that was noteworthy but the
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‘Outlander’ Recap: It’s Not Happily Ever After for Brianna and Roger in ‘The False Bride’

‘Outlander’ Recap: It’s Not Happily Ever After for Brianna and Roger in ‘The False Bride’
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched “The False Bride,” the third episode of “Outlander” Season 4.

After spending the first two Season 4 episodes solely with Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) in the new world, “Outlander” is finally checking in with what Brianna (Sophie Skelton) and Roger (Richard Rankin) were up to in the 1970s.

Roger sold his father’s house in Inverness to his father’s housekeeper Fiona (Iona Claire) and her husband, then set off for America to perform at a Scottish festival in North Carolina. He stopped in Boston first to see
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The Five Best Mark Ruffalo Movies of His Career

Mark Ruffalo has been in plenty of movies and productions to this point in his career but there are a few that people will notice him for more than any since a few of them stand out better than anything he’s done so far because of the effort he’s put into them. But overall his acting has been fairly solid throughout his career, it’s simply that he’s typically in films that require a person to really be into the subject and therefore notice the movie when the rest of the audience kind of glosses over it and then moves on.

The Five Best Mark Ruffalo Movies of His Career
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Outlander Recap: Honey, We're Home

Outlander Recap: Honey, We're Home
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Outlander recap here.

After years of wandering and doing the 18th-century equivalent of couch-surfing, Claire and Jamie finally find a location for their first home together in this week’s Outlander. And in case you were thinking of sending the Frasers a housewarming gift, be advised: I’ve already nabbed the “Home is where the skull is” doormat off their registry.

Indeed, this week’s episode brings Himself and the missus to a gorgeous swath of North Carolina forest they decide will make an excellent spot for their new abode. Strangely, the
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What The Curse of Oak Island: Digging Deeper Offers That the Main Show Doesn’t

The History Channel’s “The Curse of Oak Island” has been working to solve a 200 year old mystery since its debut in January 2014. In some ways its succeeded in studying the mysterious treasure hunt. Each season’s end brings us to wonder if the show will be renewed. While the Lagina brothers do seem to unearth more clues about the Canadian island, the shows companion “The Curse of Oak Island: Digging Deeper” offers much more. “Digging Deeper” is an enhancement piece to the original series that goes more in depth into the island investigation and even offers side trips that

What The Curse of Oak Island: Digging Deeper Offers That the Main Show Doesn’t
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Sai Pallavi

If you don’t know who Sai Pallavi is then you might not watch a lot of Telegu films. In truth she is one of those that has plans in her life that may or may not include acting for the long haul since she is a very educated woman and has desires beyond the spotlight that might eventually eat into the time that she’s able to perform. But given that idea it seems likely that she might at least want to insure that she’s remembered or that she has as good a time as she can while she’s there. In

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Sai Pallavi
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The Best Uses of Jason Mraz Songs in Movies or TV

Jazon Mraz was actually pretty involved in theater for a while before picking up an old guitar that someone was going to throw away and learning how to play it. From that point on music kind of became his go-to thing and at some point it became his biggest thing since you can obviously tell that his career has been a rousing success and he’s become one of the most well-known musicians in the industry throughout the years. As far as his music goes it is kind of geared towards those that like something a little softer, but at the

The Best Uses of Jason Mraz Songs in Movies or TV
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At&T Sets Broad Carriage Renewal Pact With Fox Networks Group

At&T and Fox Networks Group have quietly concluded a broad renewal agreement for most of Fox Networks Group’s channels on the DirecTV and U-verse platforms.

The deal came together days before the end of DirecTV’s previous pact with Fox. It also was handled with no saber-rattling or public bickering over terms, a notable achievement at a time of heightened competition and business headwinds between large programmers and distributors. DirecTV is facing a number of big renegotiations with major content providers in the coming year, including Viacom. It’s understood that the At&T-Fox talks were long, arduous and
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The Good Place Star D'Arcy Carden Takes Us Behind the Scenes of Janet's Big Fight Scene: 'I Was in Heaven'

We know The Good Place‘s perky virtual assistant Janet can do just about anything… but we have to admit, we were still surprised to see her kick the stuffing out of a dozen demons in this week’s epic bar fight.

“It’s such a funny bit: Not only is she the smartest being in the universe, she kicks ass,” D’Arcy Carden, who plays Janet on the NBC comedy, tells TVLine. “She’s Jason Bourne plus a machine robot.” Speaking of Mr. Bourne, Carden actually trained with veteran stunt coordinator Jeff Imada, who worked on the Bourne films,
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