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Who Plays Curtis' Aunt Stella on General Hospital? — Meet Vernee Watson!

When Curtis’ Aunt Stella made her first appearance in June of 2017, it immediately caused General Hospital fans to wonder why they recognize the actress playing the role! Well, that’s Vernee Watson playing Stella, and she’ll be very familiar to viewers from her numerous roles in primetime television over the decades! Watson has appeared on shows like Hill Street Blues, The X-Files, Malcolm In The Middle, Desperate Housewives, and most recently as Althea on The Big Bang Theory. But the actress is best known for her recurring role as Vernajean Williams on the classic sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter in the ‘70s and playing Will Smith’s mother, Viola ‘Vy’ Smith, on The Fresh Prince Of Bel-air in the ‘90s. Watson with Will Smith on The Fresh Prince Of Bel-air in 1991. (Photo Credit: Joseph Del Valle/NBCU Photo Bank) On daytime, Watson had a stint as Birdie on The Young
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Hey, Noah Schnapp (‘Stranger Things’): You could tie as the youngest dramatic actor ever nominated at Emmys

Hey, Noah Schnapp (‘Stranger Things’): You could tie as the youngest dramatic actor ever nominated at Emmys
History could be made at this year’s Emmys if 13-year-old Noah Schnapp earns a nomination as Best Drama Supporting Actor for Netflix’s “Stranger Things.” Schnapp, who wasn’t even alive in the 1980s when the sci-fi series takes place, would tie as the youngest male actor ever to be nominated for a drama series. Back in 1959 another 13-year-old, Johnny Crawford (“The Rifleman”), earned a nomination but lost. Two female starlets have taken home Emmy Awards — Roxana Zal for “Something About Amelia” (age 14 in 1984) and Kristy McNichol for “Family” — but Schnapp would make history for the boys if he were to win for his breakout role in “Stranger Things.”

SEENoah Schnapp (‘Stranger Things’): Imagining the ‘big terrifying monster coming after me’ for Season 2 [Complete Interview Transcript]

Schnapp plays Will Byers, the son of Joyce (Winona Ryder), who gains mysterious powers in Season 2 after returning from the mysterious Upside Down world. At
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Remember When Cameron Monaghan was in “Malcolm in the Middle?”

Remember the time Cameron Monaghan was on Malcolm in the Middle? He played the role of Chad, a deeply disturbed kid in the special needs class with Dewey that was constantly seen wearing a sign on the front and the back of his shirt. One of the funniest signs on the front usually had something to do with not touching him, while the one on the back had to do with not ignoring the sign on the front. He was perhaps one of the most disturbed of all the kids and probably one of the most aggressive when you really

Remember When Cameron Monaghan was in “Malcolm in the Middle?”
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Movie Review – Kings (2018)

Kings, 2018.

Written and Directed by Deniz Gamze Ergüven.

Starring Halle Berry, Daniel Craig, Lamar Johnson, Rachel Hilson, Isaac Ryan Brown, Callan Farris, Serenity Reign Brown, Reece Cody, and Lewis T. Powell.


The life of a foster family in South Central Los Angeles, a few weeks before the city erupts in violence following the verdict of the Rodney King trial.

Starting with what Kings (the first English language speaking film from French-born director Deniz Gamze Ergüven who helmed the Oscar-nominated Turkish film Mustang) does get right is far easier than listing off its every confounding stumble into unmitigated disaster. Soon following the infamous Rodney King beatings, a teenager encourages his brethren to steal various useful items and toys from a store, largely working due to the deflating sight of witnessing all of the above fall out of bags spread out onto the floor of their home (something that will be
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‘Maniac’: 7 Details You Need to Know About Jonah Hill, Emma Stone, and Cary Fukunaga’s Netflix Series

Just when you thought your Netflix queue had reached full capacity, here comes “Maniac.” The streaming giant’s upcoming limited series is arguably the most anticipated television show of 2018, thanks to the involvement of Emma Stone, Jonah Hill, and director Cary Fukunaga.

Netflix is being incredibly tight-lipped about most of the show’s details, but IndieWire has gathered all the existing information about “Maniac” and brought it all together for a primer on the black comedy. Listed below are the 7 most important facts you need to know about “Maniac.”

Original Source Material

Maniac” is adapted from the 2014 Norwegian half-hour comedy series of the same name. The show was created by Hakon Bast Mossige and actor Espen Lervaag, who also starred in the lead role. The show was told from the perspective of two back-and-forth narratives, one dealing with a patient in a mental asylum and another set in the patient’s internal fantasy world.
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Tim Allen's 'Last Man Standing' Top of Fox's Reboot List

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The reboot bug has bitten Fox hard, and the biggest beneficiary is Tim Allen's recently-canceled show, "Last Man Standing." Our Fox sources tell us Allen's show -- which was controversially canceled last year -- is now under serious consideration for a reboot. There were rumors the show was canceled because of Allen's personal conservative affiliations -- he compared being a conservative in Hollywood to 1930's Nazi Germany, as well as the conservative character he portrayed on the show.
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Emmys 2018: Experts say Iain Armitage (‘Young Sheldon’) could become youngest Comedy Actor nominee in history

Emmys 2018: Experts say Iain Armitage (‘Young Sheldon’) could become youngest Comedy Actor nominee in history
Will Iain Armitage (“Young Sheldon”) make Emmy history with a nomination for Best Comedy Actor? He turns 10-years-old this year, so if he makes the cut this summer he’ll be the youngest nominee in the history of the category and the second youngest nominee in Primetime Emmy history. Now a couple of the Expert journalists we’ve polled thus far are predicting exactly that.

To date there have only been two Comedy Actor nominees under the age of 18: Fred Savage contended for “The Wonder Years” in 1989 when he was 13, and Frankie Muniz was up for “Malcolm in the Middle” in 2001 when he was 15. The Primetime Emmys have long been hesitant to recognize child actors, with a few exceptions. Roxana Zal (“Something About Amelia”) became the youngest champ when she prevailed for Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actress in 1984 at age 14. And Kristy McNichol (“Family”) won Best Drama Supporting Actress
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Dakota Fanning (‘The Alienist’): ‘I tend to be drawn to darker subject matter’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

Sara Howard lives in the dark world of the seedier side of New York City in the late 19th century. Actress Dakota Fanning plays Sara on the TNT anthology thriller “The Alienist” and was excited to halt her film career for a short while to take on the role. In our recent interview (watch above), she reveals, “I was thrilled at the opportunity to show such a pioneer, ground-breaking character for 1896. We didn’t get to see women in those positions very often, so I loved that aspect of the story. I tend to be drawn to darker subject matter in general.”

SEEEmmy spotlight: Will ‘The Alienist’ repeat the success of Cary Joji Fukunaga’s last murder mystery ‘True Detective’?

Her character is the secretary to the police commissioner and assists new criminal psychologist Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Bruhl) who is on the hunt for a serial killer targeting street children.
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Trailer For Netflix's Heavy Drama About Addiction 6 Balloons with Dave Franco

Netflix has released the first trailer for a new original movie called 6 Balloons. This looks like a heavy and dark drama about the struggles of drug addiction. The story follows a brother and sister played by Dave Franco and Abbi Jacobson, who are trying to keep their relationship together as the hardships of substance abuse threaten to tear them apart. Here's the synopsis:

Over the course of one night, a woman drives across La with her heroin addict brother in search of a detox center, with his two-year-old daughter in tow.

As you'll see in the trailer, this simple task doesn't turn out to be an easy one. The movie also stars Tim Matheson (Animal HouseThe West Wing) and Jane Kaczmarek (Malcolm in the MiddleThe Big Bang Theory).

Marja-Lewis Ryan makes her directorial debut with the film from a script that she also wrote. 6 Balloons will be
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‘Alexa & Katie’ Trailer: Netflix’s Series About Two BFFs Dealing With a Cancer Diagnosis — Watch

Netflix has released the trailer for “Alexa & Katie,” an upcoming original series about two teenagers whose imminent high-school career is complicated when one of them is diagnosed with cancer. Because they’re besties, Katie decides to shave her head in solidarity with Alexa. Watch the trailer below.

Here’s the synopsis: “‘Alexa & Katie’ is a funny and heartwarming show about two best friends eagerly anticipating the start of their freshman year of high school. Despite the fact that Alexa (Paris Berelc) is undergoing cancer treatment, her outgoing personality and enthusiasm for life never falter, especially with her loyal and awkwardly adorable best friend Katie (newcomer Isabel May) by her side. At times they’re left feeling like outsiders, during a period when what seems to matter most is fitting in. Tiffani Thiessen also stars as Lori, Alexa’s determined and protective mother.

“Created by Heather Wordham (‘Hannah Montana,’ ‘Reba’) with
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Inspiring Trailer For the Imaginative New Amazon Series The Dangerous Book For Boys

Amazon Prime has released the first trailer for a great looking new series that they are producing called The Dangerous Book for Boys. The film is based on a book of the same name and it looks like it's going to be a heartfelt, inspiring, and imaginative show. There's a great team of talent behind the development of the series that includes Bryan Cranston and Superbad director Greg Mottola. This is the synopsis:

The Dangerous Book for Boys, an Amazon Original Series, is a heartwarming story of a family overcoming loss with the help of a book filled with life lessons that was handed down from a father to his three boys. The book inspires adventurous fantasies in the youngest son, Wyatt, that teaches him how to bring his family closer and move forward.

Cranston not only co-created the series, but he co-wrote the first two episodes with Mottola. Mottola
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‘Dangerous Book for Boys’ Trailer: Bryan Cranston Brings Childhood Fantasies to Life — Watch

Childhood fantasies will be alive and well this March, thanks to the original Amazon Prime series “Dangerous Book for Boys,” executive produced by Bryan Cranston and Michael Glouberman (“Malcolm in the Middle”).

The series follows Wyatt McKenna (Gabriel Bateman), a young child coping with the death of his father Patrick (Chris Diamantopoulos) when he finds a book written by his father that provides a treasure trove of advice on how to navigate childhood.

The book in the series is inspired by an actual book of the same name, written by Conn and Hal Iggulden. It offers advice to boys on topics ranging from building a tree house to learning the histories of famous battles.

Here is the official synopsis for the series:

“The series follows the McKenna family as they cope with the untimely passing of Patrick, their patriarch and a whimsical inventor who touched the lives of everyone who knew him.
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Amazon Announces ‘The Dangerous Books For Boys’ From Bryan Cranston & Greg Mottola

On Friday 30th March, Amazon will premiere all six episodes of Prime Original family series The Dangerous Book for Boys on Prime Video. Executive-produced by Emmy-winning Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Greg Mottola (Superbad), James Degus (Sneaky Pete) and Michael Glouberman (Malcolm in the Middle), The Dangerous Book for Boys is a family show inspired by the book of the same name written by Conn and Hal Iggulden which will resonate with children and adults of all ages. An Amazon Studios production with Sony Pictures Television and Moonshot Entertainment, Cranston and Mottola created the series and wrote the first two episodes with Mottola directing whilst Glouberman served as the showrunner.

The series follows the McKenna family, as they cope with the untimely passing of Patrick (Chris Diamantopoulos, Good Girls Revolt), their patriarch and a whimsical inventor who positively impacted the lives of everyone who knew him. His death has left the family reeling,
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Bryan Cranston Won’t Be Signing Autographs For Fans Anymore — Here’s Why!

Bryan Cranston is hanging it up — the autograph pen, that is. Some social media users temporarily freaked out on Thursday when the revered “Breaking Bad” and “Malcolm in the Middle” actor tweeted out, in part, “I’m retiring.” But fortunately, the man who helped turn Walter White into a household name was just referring to the crush of
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The Best Post-Super Bowl TV Episodes of the Last 35 Years

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The Best Post-Super Bowl TV Episodes of the Last 35 Years
Until the 1980s, the networks didn’t give much thought about what they aired after the Super Bowl — it was sometimes golf, “Lassie,” or nothing at all. But then, in 1983, NBC aired the second episode of new action hour “The A-Team,” turning it into an immediate hit. The next year, “Airwolf” launched behind the Super Bowl, and in 1988, ABC found success debuting “The Wonder Years” after the game, solidifying the strategy of premiering brand new shows — at least temporarily.

The gambit wound becoming a bust by the 1990s, as post-Super Bowl shows turned into quick failures: “Grand Slam,” “Davis Rules,” “The Good Life” and “Extreme.” NBC came up with a new strategy in 1996, running an episode of its biggest show there — “Friends” — which allowed it to charge hefty ad rates for what was assuredly a big event.

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‘Alexa & Katie’ Gets Premiere Date On Netflix; First-Look Photos

Netflix has slotted March 23 for the premiere of Alexa & Katie, its first multi-cam comedy series, toplined by Disney Xd star Paris Berelc (Mighty Med, Lab Rats: Elite Force) and newcomer Isabel May. The streaming service also unveiled some first-look photos (see above and below). Created by Heather Wordham (Hannah Montana, Reba), with comedy veteran Matthew Carlson (Malcolm in the Middle, Samantha Who?) serving as showrunner, Alexa & Katie is about lifelong best friends…
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New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Sworn In During Son's Circle Game

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[[tmz:video id="0_7i72d5u8"]] Phil Murphy is officially New Jersey's next governor post-Chris Christie -- but, while he was taking his oath ... the guy's oldest kid was busy honoring "Malcolm in the Middle." Phil's eldest son, Josh Murphy, flashed the Ok sign below his waist for the tail end of his father's swearing-in Tuesday -- which means he was playing the infamous Circle Game. In case you aren't familiar, the game was made famous by the hit 2000s
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‘Hellraiser: Judgment’ Trailer with New Details on Its Release

The iconic horror franchise, Hellraiser is back after seven years since its last installment. The Hellraiser franchise has made over $55,864,723 in box office revenue from its first four films which has made Pinhead a terrifying horror icon. Hellraiser: Judgement is the tenth installment in the franchise and a new trailer as long as details for its in-home release have been revealed. Check out the trailer followed by the details below for Hellraiser: Judgement.

Official Synopsis

The dreaded Pinhead returns in the next terrifying chapter of the classic Hellraiser series. Three detectives trying to stop a diabolical serial killer are sucked into a maze of otherworldly horror, where hellish denizens including the Auditor, the Assessor, and the Jury await to pass judgment.

Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD Special Features

· Deleted & Extended Scenes

· Gag Reel


Randy Wayne Escape Room, Death Pool

Heather LangenkampStar Trek: Into Darkness, TV’s “Truth or Dare”

Paul T. Taylor TV’s “Sheltered,
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