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‘Cults & Extreme Belief’: A&E Investigates To Focus On Nxivm In Series Premiere

A&E Investigates will look at the so-called self help group Nxivm in the series premiere of Cults and Extreme Belief, hosted by Elizabeth Vargas. The organization has been making headlines in recent weeks with the arrest of its leader Keith Raniere and one of his top lieutenants, Smallville actress Allison Mack, on charges of sex trafficking and other crimes. The group has been called by prosecutors a sex cult that has been keeping women as “slaves,” and branding them with Raniere’s initials.

In the premiere, former members share their experiences of manipulation and sexual violation, including Canadian actress Sarah Edmondson who sits down with Vargas to share new details of her ordeal inside the organization.

Additional organizations that will be explored in season 1 include Twelve Tribes, Sanctuary Church, United Nation of Islam, Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Jehovah’s Witness and The Family.
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Former Nxivm Member Sarah Edmondson To Star In Documentary Series Produced By Brian Graden

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Former Nxivm Member Sarah Edmondson To Star In Documentary Series Produced By Brian Graden
Exclusive: Nxivm has been making headlines the past few weeks with the high-profile arrests of founder Keith Raniere and one of his top lieutenants, Smallville actress Allison Mack, on charges of sex trafficking as the so called self-help organization has been called by prosecutors a sex cult that has been keeping women as “slaves,” and branding them with Raniere’s initials.

One of those branded women is Canadian actress Sarah Edmondson who last fall became the first to speak out about the alleged abuse after a decade inside Nxivm along with her husband, Anthony Ames, a fellow actor and former Ivy-League Quarterback.

Edmondson and Ames are now slated to headline a documentary TV series. Set against the ongoing legal drama involving the leaders of Nxivm, the series will follow the duo as they, under the guidance of renowned cult expert and deprogrammer Rick Alan Ross, head of the Cult Education Institute,
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'Gotham' Star Jessica Lucas Is Engaged! See Her Ring

'Gotham' Star Jessica Lucas Is Engaged! See Her Ring
Congratulations are in order for Jessica Lucas!

The Gotham actress announced her engagement on Wednesday with an adorable selfie, showing off a new diamond sparkler and big smiles with her newly minted fiance at Ponte Amerigo Vespucci in Florence, Italy.

"Feeling like the luckiest girl in the whole world!" she captioned the pic. "Can't wait to spend my life with this man."

Photos: The Biggest and Best Celebrity Engagement Rings 

The 31-year-old's husband-to-be is Alex Jermasek, a Los Angeles-based butcher at celebrity chef Curtis Stone's West Hollywood restaurant and butcher shop, Gwen.

Jermasek shared the same photo to his Instagram page, gushing that he was "Living the dream." 

The couple appears to be indulging in some classic Italian fare on their current travels, with Jermasek sharing a few mid-meal photos of Lucas.

Lucas currently stars as Tabitha Galavan/Tigress on the Fox superhero drama, while her previous credits include leading roles on Melrose Place, Life as We Know It and [link
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Gotham Season 2 To Feature New Tigress Villain,New Spoiler

According to a recent report from TV Line, the Gotham season 2 peeps have brought on hottie actress, Jessica Lucas (left), to come on and play character, Tabitha Galavan aka Tigress. Tigress is described as being the lead enforcer for her brother ,Theo, who is a billionaire industrialist hell-bent on taking over Gotham (and to be played by go-to bad guy James Frain). She's sexy and violent, and totes a bullwhip! She’s the opposite of her cold and calculating brother, getting a sensual pleasure from the mayhem she’s tasked with making. Jessica Lucas' acting credits include roles in: Fox’s Gracepoint, The CW’s Melrose Place, 90210 and Cult, Friends With Benefits, CSI and the Canadian series Edgemont. Season 2 premieres on Monday night, September 21st at 7pm central time on Fox.
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Gotham Season 2 Casts Jessica Lucas as the Bullwhip-Cracking Tigress

Gotham Season 2 Casts Jessica Lucas as the Bullwhip-Cracking Tigress
Fox’s Gotham is ready to unleash its Tigress.

Jessica Lucas, who recently wrapped a run on Fox’s Gracepoint, has landed the Season 2 role of Tabitha Galavan aka Tigress, TVLine has learned exclusively.

RelatedGotham Season 2: Chris Chalk Upped to Series Regular, as Lucius Fox

On the DC Comics-based drama, Tabitha is the lead enforcer for her brother Theo, a billionaire industrialist hell-bent on taking over Gotham (and to be played by go-to bad guy James Frain). Described as sexy and violent — and toting a bullwhip! — she’s the opposite of her cold and calculating brother, deriving
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Victims Confront Their Fears in “Psych”

Victims Confront Their Fears in “Psych”
Matthew Currie Holmes is best known to genre fans as “M” from Wrong Turn 2, “Sean Castle” from 2005′s The Fog, or maybe as “Eddie” from the television show Edgemont, but the actor has transitioned into the director’s chair for Psych (aka P5YCH). The film, starring Amanda (Red White & Blue) Fuller, tells the interesting story of victims having the chance to return to the scene of the crime and fight back against their assailants.


“The year is 1984. Eric Talbot, Sandy King, Debbie Hill, Amanda Collins, and Bobby White all have one thing in common: each is the sole survivor whose experience has influenced cinema’s most infamous mass murderers. These five have been scarred so badly, they now reside permanently at the Milton Armstrong Wellness Center, where they are undergoing treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Led by Dr. Rick Gilbert, the five take their therapy to
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CW Finds Cult Leader in Jessica Lucas

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Casting for pilot episodes is beginning to heat up as Networks scramble to add hot new shows to their fall line up. The CW is one step ahead of the curve as they cast Jessica Lucas as the lead in the pilot for the drama series Cult. The premise for the show is not a far departure from its regular programming which focuses on young adult dramas.

Deadline reports that the project is the brain child of writer Rockne S. O’Bannon who was also the creator of the Australian-American science fiction series Farscape. O’Bannon, in conjunction with Gossip Girl executive producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage will be working with Warner Bros. TV developing the new project.

Supernatural’s Alona Tal Joins Cult

Cult is centred around Skye, played by Lucas. Skye is an inquisitive young production assistant who works on a popular television show which is also
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Jessica Lucas lands lead in The CW pilot 'Cult'

Jessica Lucas lands lead in The CW pilot 'Cult'
Jessica Lucas has landed the lead role in The CW's pilot Cult. The drama, which is being executive produced by Gossip Girl's Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, focuses on a television show which becomes controversial when fans seem to begin copying crimes featured in the series. Lucas has now signed up to play a production assistant working on the show, Deadline reports. Her character teams up with a blogger to investigate the fans who are apparently taking their devotion to the show too far. Lucas's previous television credits include Life As We Know It, Edgemont, (more)
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New Fall TV Shows 2010 – What is Coming and What to Expect (Part I)

Now that September is here the networks are in the final sprint for the new 2010-2011 season. If you watch TV you probably will have seen many of these shows advertised. The new season lineup includes inevitable staples (classic cop and legal dramas) and more peculiar blends (The Shield’s Michael Chiklis in a family series playing a dad with superpowers, for example); some legendary names (Jj Abrams, Shawn Ryan, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg) and many fresh faces. A few shows like The Event (NBC), Running Wilde (Fox), Broadwalk Empire (HBO) or The Walking Dead (AMC) have already created buzz. For now, however, all of them are pure potential, waiting for their chance to conquer primetime. But despite any hopes or expectations, the only thing certain is that, among all of these promising shows, very few will make it to the second season mark.


ABC has a clear, light and family-oriented style – young professionals,
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Liveblogging "One Life to Live": The Spawning, Part One

Well, this is it. The story arc we've been waiting for is about to begin, and it starts with a multi-car pileup on a snowy road. Can the abominable snowFub save the day?

Join us for the fun and refresh for updates!

2:05Pm Est: We start off with the pile-up, with Charlie, Dorian, Brody, John, Natalie, Stacy and Nurse Nat (she bares a striking resemblance to Mindy Cohn) involved.

Charlie and Dorian are okay, but are horrified when they realize that one of the other cars went over a cliff. We flash to Brody and John, who are okay, but Omg! Natalie Is Dead! But probably not.

2:10Pm Est: Nurse Nat and Stacy caused the crash, but they continue on their merry way.Stacy finally blows up when Nat says "The messenger awaits the arrival of the child, as does his mother" and tells her "Look, Bitch, I'm the mother,
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Best. Lesbian. Decade. Ever. (2000 - 2009)

As 2009 comes to a close, we take a look back at some of the people and events that made this the Best. Lesbian. Decade. Ever. in pop culture.

Luckily for all of us, there was far more information to have mentioned from the last ten years than we could have included in this brief survey. That's why our lists for each year are not intended to be exhaustive, but are instead snapshots of different memorable moments that included the representation of lesbians and bisexual women in film, television, music, literature, comics, sports and the Internet since the year 2000.


Chavela Vargas[/link] comes out

Mexican ranchera music legend Chavela Vargas publicly came out as a lesbian at the tender age of 81.

Angelina Jolie wins Best Supporting Actress Oscar

Angelina Jolie won an Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Girl, Interrupted and told Talk Magazine, "I only play women I would date.
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Interview with Grace Park

Korean-Canadian actress Grace Park likes to keep things interesting. She got her start playing a teenage lesbian Christian in Canada, jumped into the international spotlight as a humanoid Cylon on Battlestar Galactica; and currently stars in A&E’s The Cleaner, a drama now in its second season about an unconventional team that gets addicts to hit rock bottom by any means necessary.

AfterEllen.com talked to Park about some of the extreme sports she enjoys, her very different acting roles, whether her race has been a barrier in her career, and working with The L Word's Mia Kirshner for this week's episode of The Cleaner.

AfterEllen.com: You’ve been known to get into some extreme sports. What extreme sports are you into?

Grace Park: Nothing too extreme anymore. I like shark baiting and I’ll cut down some trees, but while you’re on them and
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