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10 Things You Didn’t Know about William H Macy

It kind of depends on what you’ve seen him in when it comes to how you feel about William H. Macy. The overall consensus is that he’s a great actor but some of his characters have been truly despicable to say the least. Possibly the worst among them that people still tend to like is Frank Gallagher from Shameless. He plays the patriarch of the family who’s almost always drunk, in need of a drink, or trying to bum a drink off of someone. Frank’s just about the worst father you could ask for since in the past he’s rarely

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How ‘A Quiet Place’ Sound Editors Scared Audience With No Sound

We rely so heavily on sound that it’s hard to imagine what it might be like to live in the utter absence of noise for even a moment out of life. Those that are born deaf or have gone deaf know far more about silence than many of us, but in the film A Quiet Place we were reminded that noise is an integral part of our lives that we tend to have trouble giving up. But the issue of being hunted by creatures that are heavily armored and hunt by echolocation is that sound becomes your worst enemy. In

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Masked Singer Week 8: Biggest Clues About the Season's Final Three

Masked Singer Week 8: Biggest Clues About the Season's Final Three
Only three celebrities remain in costume as The Masked Singer barrels towards its first season finale in just a few days. But why bother waiting when we’re pretty sure we already know who they are?

This week’s episode gave us a double elimination, confirming the identities of the Rabbit (Joey Fatone) and the Lion (Rumer Willis), both of whom have been in TVLine’s gallery of predictions since the very beginning. In fact, with the help of our readers, we’ve successfully predicted every unmasking thus far: the Alien (La Toya Jackson), the Raven (Ricki Lake), the Unicorn
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The Best Uses of Elvis Costello Songs in Movies or TV

A lot of folks do know about Elvis Costello since he’s obviously made the rounds throughout his career and hasn’t been too shy about popping in here and there to make an appearance and possibly sing a bit, or perhaps just lend out a track or two to the desired TV show or movie. All in all he’s been quite successful considering that he started out just playing here and there when he was younger while trying to hold own a job to support himself. Costello is one of those folks that has managed to create something special while at

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Onyeka Ehie

Love is the greatest gift of all. It can, however, be evasive for most people although the lucky ones find their soulmates the first time they set out to look for them. Desperation sometimes sets in, and people end up doing strange things to get their special someone. For Onyeka Ehie, after failing to get someone to strike an instant connection with for over five years, joining “The Bachelor” became her last resort. Unfortunately, we do not always get what we want, and she ended up losing out on the prize, Colton Underwood. Still, there is more to Onyeka than

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Oscars 2019: When Are the Oscars and How to Watch Online

Hollywood's biggest night has finally arrived. The 91st Academy Awards are Sunday night, live from Los Angeles -- and despite the many hiccups this year's show has already suffered, the ceremony is still the premier event of the awards season.

Not that the producers of even academy members

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The Five Best Tracy Chapman Songs of Her Career

Tracy Chapman is a singer that you might like or you might know nothing about since she’s the kind of person that’s been seen to hit the mainstream but at the same time is in kind of a different class all of her own. Her music is something that really pulls at the heartstrings and reminds us of a humanity that we tend to forget about sometimes. Her mother actually gave her a ukelele when she was younger and by the age of 8 she’d learned how to strum it well enough to make it work and had started writing

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The TVLine-Up: What's Returning, New and Leaving the Week of Feb. 24

The TVLine-Up: What's Returning, New and Leaving the Week of Feb. 24
This weekly feature is in addition to TVLine’s daily What to Watch listings.

With nearly 500 scripted shows now airing across broadcast, cable, streaming and whatever “Viki” is, it’s easy to forget that a favorite comedy is returning, or that the new “prestige drama” you anticipated is about to debut. So consider this our reminder to set your DVR, order a Season Pass, pop a fresh Memorex into the Vcr… however it is you roll.

This week, you’ll find over a dozen premieres (including The Voice and Shadowhunters’ final stretch of episodes), 10 finales (including bubble dramas Lethal Weapon
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Kim Kardashian Slams Claims That Khloe Will Be the Next ‘Bachelorette’

Kim Kardashian Slams Claims That Khloe Will Be the Next ‘Bachelorette’
Update: Kim Kardashian West has slammed Fleiss’ comments as “fake f——- news.”

The time has come to choose a new Bachelorette, and “The Bachelor” creator Mike Fleiss has hinted that Khloe Kardashian may be in the mix.

“I have already been in contact with my dear friend @KrisJenner about @khloekardashian as #TheBachelorette,” he tweeted Friday, after tweeting Thursday that “any decision regarding @khloekardashian as the new #TheBachelorette will need to be approved by my dear friend @KrisJenner.”

“Stay tuned!!!” he added.

Shortly after this late night announcement Kardashian has refuted Fleiss’ tweets with her own social media announcement calling
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Why “Black Panther” Didn’t Really Deserve a Best Picture Nomination

I can already kind of hear people’s jaws dropping but I’m going to go ahead and say it, Black Panther really doesn’t deserve a Best Picture Nomination. Now before the hate and vitriol starts rolling in let’s take a good look at some films that have earned this distinction and why I would say such a thing. It’s not that it wasn’t a good movie, since it was filled with action and a very great sense of purpose that many people were ready for. It’s not that it was a movie based on a comic book since this shouldn’t matter

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Young and the Restless Cast Members Who Were Previously Fired

Young and the Restless fans know that not everyone can be here forever. Actors come and go. They get jobs elsewhere. They retire. They have babies and they want to stay home with those babies. Their lives change, and that is just how it goes. Many times, it’s the choice of the actor or the actress to make this decision to stay or go when contract negotiations begin, but that’s all there is to it. Some know they are only here for a short time until their contract is up, and some have no clue they will not be here

Young and the Restless Cast Members Who Were Previously Fired
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The Five Best Songs from the Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Soundtrack

It’s funny how some movies will make use of new and extremely popular songs while others will dig into the past and dredge up songs that are still popular but haven’t been quite as prominent for many a year. Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 however made use of a wide selection of songs that belong to a very different generation largely because these were the songs the Peter Quill idolized when he was younger. Throughout much of the movie if not all of it you can hear the old tunes pouring out in a way that makes a lot

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‘It’s a Hard Truth Ain’t It’: Prisoners Direct Their Own Stories in HBO’s Groundbreaking Doc — Watch

“It’s a Hard Truth Ain’t It” is the first widely released documentary to be directed by men still incarcerated in a maximum security prison, but its innovative storytelling doesn’t stop there. As the prisoners interview each other and come to terms with how they received decades-long sentences, their memories are depicted in animated sequences by Yoni Goodman, of “Waltz With Bashir” fame.

In the exclusive behind-the-scenes video below, co-director Madeleine Sackler, the film’s producers, and the incarcerated men themselves take you through the documentary’s premise and purpose.

“The men try to unpack how they all ended up in prison with violent sentences, and they use the experience of learning how to make a film to try to figure those things out,” Sackler says.

Alternating roles in front of and behind the camera, the men of Indiana’s Pendleton Correctional Facility study documentary filmmaking as they create their own autobiographical documentary.
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Will Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Phil Coulson Appear in Avengers: Endgame?

Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) may be dead to rights when Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns for Season 6 -- or so the show wants us to believe -- but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of the fearless leader.

We're hardcore counting on a few Philinda flashbacks in the Season 6 premiere to help us

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Ratings: Cool Kids Goes Low, Blacklist Audience Hits Season High

Fox’s Last Man Standing this Friday drew 5.4 million total viewers and a 1.0 demo rating, down 10 percent and a tenth week-to-week to match its revival lows.

Leading out of that, The Cool Kids (3.8 mil/0.7) returned down 20 percent to mark series lows. Proven Innocent (2.1 mil/0.5) dropped 32 and 20 percent from its premiere.

Elsewhere….

CBS | MacGyver (6.6 mil/0.8) ticked up. Hawaii Five-0‘s double pump did 7.1 mil/0.8 and then 7 mil/0.8, steady week-to-week with the first serving delivering Friday’s biggest audience.

ABC | Fresh Off the Boat (3.1 mil/0.6) dipped a tenth, Speechless (2.3 mil/0.5) was steady.

NBC | The Blacklist‘s double pump did 4.3 mil/0.6 and then
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Bold and the Beautiful Cast Members Who Were Previously Fired

The Bold and the Beautiful fans might not have more than 50 year of shows to watch, but more than 30 years is a long time to love a show so much. It’s a long time to love characters to love, and that’s what makes people such big fans of what is going on in their lives. For now, though, there is a lot that might happen with any character, and that’s not something that fans ever think about. People come and go when they can and when they want to, but this is a show that doesn’t always leave

Bold and the Beautiful Cast Members Who Were Previously Fired
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Jinder Mahal

You can think what you’d like to about the WWE and while it’s true that much of it is staged, faked, whatever you’d like to say, the absolute truth of the show is that it does draw a very big crowd and this is largely because of the very enticing characters that make the show what it is. Jinder Mahal is one of those names that most wrestling fans know but anyone else might draw a blank on. This is largely because while he’s big in the industry at this time he’s still not quite at the level of say,

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The TVLine Performer of the Week: Susan Kelechi Watson

The TVLine Performer of the Week: Susan Kelechi Watson
The Performer | Susan Kelechi Watson

The Show | This Is Us

The Episode | “Our Little Island Girl” (Feb. 19, 2019)

The Performance | Watson’s talent for playing This Is Us‘ down-to-earth Beth is something we’ve celebrated on multiple occasions in the past. But her turn in this week’s episode, as Beth rediscovered a part of herself she’d long tamped down, was revelatory.

Where to begin? We loved watching the formidable mother return to her childhood home and get cowed by her own formidable mother, causing Randall’s wife to regress to her quieter, less-assertive self. This version of Beth didn’t say a lot,
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What Will Win Best Picture At This Year’s Oscars?

This is it, Folks: The Oscars – showtime for the film industry’s “year-end” main event. It’s the opportunity for filmmakers the world over to sit back and celebrate the very best movies to come out in the preceding year (and also Bohemian Rhapsody for some reason) and the opportunity for you to show up your coworkers and family members with your Oscar-guessing knowhow. And now that every Oscar is guaranteed to get the loving consideration it deserves as part of the live telecast, you don’t have to worry about missing out at the Best Cinematography Oscar just because you went

What Will Win Best Picture At This Year’s Oscars?
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‘O.G.’ Review: Jeffrey Wright Awes in a Meditative HBO Film Shot in a Working Prison

‘O.G.’ Review: Jeffrey Wright Awes in a Meditative HBO Film Shot in a Working Prison
“O.G.” is not “Escape at Dannemora.” It’s not an escape-thriller, even though it is a countdown to an escape. It’s not about the unique qualities of one prison or one special case, even though it was shot in an operating prison and focuses on a solitary man. Madeleine Sackler’s drama is all brooding introversion whereas Ben Stiller’s Showtime series was bubbly extroversion, and the faster audiences realize this, the better. “O.G.” is rewarding on its own terms, when you’re in the mood for a meditative examination of life in prison, but it’s less enthralling when gauged against expectations set by other prison stories.

Take the basic premise: Shot in Indiana’s Pendleton Correctional Facility (about 45 minutes northwest of Indianapolis), “O.G.” is named after its main subject, Louis (Jeffrey Wright). The former leader of a prison gang (and sacrificial lamb of a
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