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10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week: Jason Isbell, Old Dominion

10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week: Jason Isbell, Old Dominion
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit’s rousing live performance of “Hope the High Road,” Old Dominion’s confectionary “Make It Sweet” and Mary Bragg’s brokenhearted “I Thought You Were Somebody Else” are among the 10 country and Americana tracks you must hear right now.

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, “Hope the High Road (Live)”

This Heartland rocker first appeared on last year’s The Nashville Sound, but it hits its stride here, in a live version performed during Isbell’s annual residency at the Ryman Auditorium and recorded for the
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Blake Shelton’s ‘The Voice’ Season 15 team grows stronger as country artist Chris Kroeze takes out Mercedes Ferreira-Dias [Watch]

Blake Shelton’s ‘The Voice’ Season 15 team grows stronger as country artist Chris Kroeze takes out Mercedes Ferreira-Dias [Watch]
“This is gonna be a really difficult decision for me,” Blake Shelton declared during Tuesday’s battle round episode of “The Voice” after pitting country singer Chris Kroeze against pop artist Mercedes Ferreira-Dias to Steve Winwood‘s “Back in the High Life Again.” Both artists gelled really well together, but in the end Blake’s decision to keep Chris and cut Mercedes came down to a personal gut feeling. Did he make the right choice? Watch NBC’s “The Voice” battle video above and read the coaches’ comments below.

SEEJennifer Hudson hates that 15-year-old Anthony Arya is cut on ‘The Voice’ … so she steals him for her team [Watch]

“Mercedes, you blew me away,” Blake said after the two artists finished their laid-back rendition of the classic rock song. “I mean, incredible. So good. And Chris, your actual voice is the reason this show exists. You’re singing up there with
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Jennifer Hudson hates that 15-year-old Anthony Arya is cut on ‘The Voice’ … so she steals him for her team [Watch]

Jennifer Hudson hates that 15-year-old Anthony Arya is cut on ‘The Voice’ … so she steals him for her team [Watch]
During Tuesday’s battle round episode of “The Voice,” 15-year-old singer Anthony Arya was cut by his coach Adam Levine after battling against Ben Affleck lookalike Steve Memmolo to Pure Prairie League‘s “Amie.” But before Anthony could leave the stage and return home, rival coach Jennifer Hudson hit her “steal” button for the talented teen. Are you happy that Anthony is now a member of Team Jennifer? Watch NBC’s “The Voice” battle video above and read the coaches’ comments below.

SEEGay couple OneUp is eliminated on ‘The Voice’ after coach Kelly Clarkson shows ‘Mercy’ to Kymberli Joye [Watch]

“I felt like Anthony held his own,” Jennifer said during the deliberation process. “I felt as if you’ve been doing this for a while. You have a lot of potential. And Steve, yeah, you came out of the gate on us. I think you both did great.” For his part,
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Gay couple OneUp is eliminated on ‘The Voice’ after coach Kelly Clarkson shows ‘Mercy’ to Kymberli Joye [Watch]

Gay couple OneUp is eliminated on ‘The Voice’ after coach Kelly Clarkson shows ‘Mercy’ to Kymberli Joye [Watch]
Kelly Clarkson had a tough decision during Tuesday’s battle round episode of “The Voice” Season 15. After pairing up soul singer Kymberli Joye against gay couple OneUp to the song “Mercy” by Shawn Mendes, whose dreams would Kelly destroy? All three singers impressed from start to finish, so Kelly ultimately decided to cut OneUp from her team and advance Kymberli to the next round. Did Kelly make the right decision? Watch NBC’s “The Voice” battle video above and read the coaches’ comments below.

SEEBlake Shelton savvily steals Colton Smith from Jennifer Hudson on ‘The Voice’ after fierce battle with Patrique Fortson [Watch]

“Your passion came forward so much,” Kelly told OneUp and Kymberli after their dynamite performance. “You’re all three phenomenal vocalists. I just have to make a choice with whoever I feel like surprised me the most, and believe me when I tell you all of you did that.
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‘The Voice’ Battle Rounds Night 2: Which coach has the best team from top to bottom? [Updating Live Blog]

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‘The Voice’ Battle Rounds Night 2: Which coach has the best team from top to bottom? [Updating Live Blog]
Now that the teams are assembled for Season 15 of “The Voice,” which coach do you think has the best group of artists from top to bottom? Is it reigning champ Kelly Clarkson, now returning for her second season? Could it be Oscar champion Jennifer Hudson, who is also on her second cycle after taking last spring off? How about six-time coaching winner Blake Shelton or three-time champ Adam Levine?

As we’ve done for several seasons, we’ve got extensive coverage of every episode of the Emmy-winning program on NBC. Follow along with our live updating blog below and make your own comments about the best and worst performances.

As the Battle Rounds continue, each coach has a special advisor assisting with musical advice and song selections. Those people this season are CeeLo Green for Team Adam, Thomas Rhett for Team Kelly, Halsey for Team Jennifer and Keith Urban for Team Blake.
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Emily Atef, Fernando Coimbra projects to pitch at Rome's Mia Market (exclusive)

20 feature films, 17 documentaries and 20 TV dramas set for pitching forum.

A slate of 20 feature films, 17 documentaries and 20 TV dramas have been selected for the pitching session at the fourth edition of the Mia Market in Rome (October 17-21).

Feature Film

This year’s feature film projects, which come from 16 different countries, were selected by Jason Ishikawa (international sales at Cinetic Media), Anne Lai (cirector of creative producing and artist support for the feature film program at the Sundance Institute) and Sophie Mas (producer at Rt Features). Half the projects are directed by women.

Among these are productions that passed through the Sundance Screenwriting lab,
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Pete Davidson's First Tattoo Was Inspired by Ariana Grande's Ex-Boyfriend

Pete Davidson's First Tattoo Was Inspired by Ariana Grande's Ex-Boyfriend
Pete Davidson is opening up about the meaning behind his first tattoo. And no, this one isn't dedicated to Ariana Grande. Instead, the comedian has a piece of ink inspired by none other than Ariana's ex, Big Sean. In an interview with Variety, Pete explained that when he was 17-years-old he and his friend decided to get the saying "Swerve Life" from the rapper's song "Mercy" inked on their legs. And while the Saturday Night Live star's tattoos tend to have a deeper meaning, he got this one just because he liked the way the rapper said "swerve" in the song. In his words, they thought "that's going to last forever… so that's on our...
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Watch an Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Bonus Feature Clip from The Walking Dead Season 8 Blu-ray and DVD

The "All Out War" of The Walking Dead Season 8 brought carnage to all of the communities and characters in the AMC series, and one of the most moving scenes of the entire season took place between Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson) and Aaron (Ross Marquand). With Lionsgate releasing The Walking Dead Season 8 on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital beginning August 21st, we've been provided with an exclusive bonus feature clip that goes behind the scenes of Eric and Aaron's emotional (and heart-wrenching) scene.

From the Press Release: Santa Monica, CA – Worlds collide as “All Out War” breaks out between the factions when AMC’s blockbuster hit series “The Walking Dead”: The Complete Eighth Season arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital August 21 from Lionsgate. The explosive eighth season bridges the stories between “The Walking Dead” and its spinoff, “Fear the Walking Dead,” leading to a thrilling battle for freedom paved with casualties and tragedy.
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‘The Voice’: Team Adam Levine Top 12 power rankings best to worst for season 14

‘The Voice’: Team Adam Levine Top 12 power rankings best to worst for season 14
Despite being a coach on “The Voice” since it started in 2011, Adam Levine has won only three of the previous 13 seasons. Neither of these men is favored to win season 14 with our readers giving the edge to either returning coach Alicia Keys or rookie Kelly Clarkson.

As with the other three coaches, Levine saw his team of six cut halved during the Top 24 round that just ended. We have compiled a power ranking of the contestants now on Team Adam Levine. These would-be winners are listed from best to worst based on: their reception in the Top 24, knockouts, battles and blind auditions; the resulting sales of their tracks on iTunes; and the votes of viewers like you.

Read a the recap of each of the songs that got them to this stage of the competition below. If you haven’t voted in our poll yet, be sure to do so
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‘The Voice’ Top 12: Which of the 3 artists on Team Adam Levine could win season 14? [Poll]

‘The Voice’ Top 12: Which of the 3 artists on Team Adam Levine could win season 14? [Poll]
Adam Levine has been a coach on the “The Voice” since it started in 2011 but has won only three of the previous 13 seasons. Could the Maroon 5 frontman finally win again in season 14? At the end of the April 18 episode, he saw one of his five artists — Rayshun Lamarr — win the second public vote. He joined Sharane Calister, who was the top vote-getter on the team on Monday’s episode. Levine then chose Jackie Verna from his four other artists to also take on to the Top 12.

Which of these three artists on his team do you think could go all the way and win season 14 of “The Voice”? Take a look at detailed bios of each of them in the photo gallery above and then read a the recap of each of the songs that got them to this stage of the competition. Cast your vote in our poll at the bottom of this post.
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New Film Adaptation of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary to Star Jason Clarke?

Readers first learned that "sometimes dead is better" when Stephen King's Pet Sematary was published in 1983, and they'll soon learn that morbid lesson again with Paramount Pictures' upcoming reimagining of the heart-wrenching horror novel, which could potentially star Jason Clarke.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Clarke is in talks to star in the lead role as a doctor and father (named Louis Creed if the movie gives the character the same name as the one in the book), who moves his family to a country home near the cursed burial grounds where pets have been laid to rest... before coming back to life with a vengeance. No other cast members have currently been announced for the new Pet Sematary movie.

Variety previously revealed that Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer, the filmmakers behind 2014's Starry Eyes, have been set by Paramount to direct a new take on King's classic 1983 novel about life,
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‘The Voice’: Team Adam Levine power rankings best to worst on eve of season 14 Top 24 live shows

‘The Voice’: Team Adam Levine power rankings best to worst on eve of season 14 Top 24 live shows
Although Adam Levine has been a coach on the “The Voice” since it started in 2011, he has won only three of the previous 13 seasons. And, according to our readers, a fourth win is likely to elude Levine in the current season 14.

They think that he has a far weaker team than Shelton, returning coach Alicia Keys and rookie Kelly Clarkson heading into the live round, which kicks off on April 16. Levine’s six artists earned only a combined 10 chair turns during the blind auditions. Compare that to the rosters of the other coaches: Keys (17 turns), Shelton (15 turns) and Clarkson (11 turns).

We have compiled a power ranking of the contestants now on Team Adam Levine. These would-be winners are listed from best to worst based on: their reception in the knockouts, battles and blind auditions; the resulting sales of their tracks on iTunes; and the votes of viewers like you.

Take
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‘The Walking Dead 8×01′ Review

When a show reaches its 100th episode fans are often treated to something special. In the season finale of The Walking Dead we get to see Rick (Andrew Lincoln) as an old man, but all is not as it seems… After the events of last season, Rick and his group, along with members of The Kingdom and Hilltop plan an attack on Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and the Saviours. When the plan is put into motion, will the attack have the impact that Rick hopes it will?

Seeing Rick as an old man, enjoying moments with his family and Michonne (Danai Gurira) tease a look into the future. This future though is obviously not real. We also see a different version of the future, though with a younger Rick. This Rick looks broken, which hints at some kind of tragedy. It teases that Rick may dream of the perfect future,
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‘The Walking Dead’ Showrunner on Why Rick Couldn’t Aim for Negan, and When Those Flash Forwards Will Be Explained

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‘The Walking Dead’ Showrunner on Why Rick Couldn’t Aim for Negan, and When Those Flash Forwards Will Be Explained
[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers from the Season 8 premiere of “The Walking Dead.” Proceed at your own discretion.]

Advantage: Rick Grimes. As marketed for months, the “all-out war” between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) finally began in the Season 8 premiere of “The Walking Dead,” and it does appear like the Alexandria/Hilltop/Kingdom alliance has an early lead.

At the end of Episode 1, “Mercy” (which also doubles as the series’ landmark 100th installment), Negan looks to be in a tough spot — stuck in a shipping container, with Gabriel (Seth Gilliam), surrounded by walkers. But the battle with the Saviors has just started, and it’s sure to get more brutal before it’s done.

Nonetheless, there’s a bit of hope in “Mercy,” thanks to mysterious flash-forwards that show a dream-like future in Alexandria, where life is peaceful. Rick, sporting his own David Letterman-esque longbeard, wakes up to Michonne, Carl and a slightly older Judith, bouncing to “Weird Al” Yankovic’s “Another One Rides the Bus.
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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: ‘Mercy’ Celebrates 100 Episodes of Abject Misery

‘The Walking Dead’ Review: ‘Mercy’ Celebrates 100 Episodes of Abject Misery
Previously…

Last season, “The Walking Dead” had one of its biggest audiences ever for its worst-ever episode, and the show subsequently lost a number of viewers most shows would kill for, while still remaining a ratings powerhouse.

Rick and the others encountered new communities like the Hilltop (led by Gregory, who sucks) and the Kingdom (led by King Ezekiel, who rules). Both communities wound up rallying to Rick’s side, presumably because they were tried of Negan’s endless speechifying. Eugene went full heel, becoming a higher-up in the Saviors, while Savior lieutenant Dwight agreed to be a mole for the resistance. Finally, Sasha killed herself in a convoluted attempt on Negan’s life, because she had to go trek to the stars. Whew!

Read More:‘The Walking Dead’: AMC Launches Online Campaign to Make Season 8 Available on Hulu Whose Episode Is It?

Everyone’s accounted for in the premiere,
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Prepare for All Out War with new promos for The Walking Dead season 8

With a little over a week to go until the return of The Walking Dead, two new promos have arrived online for the upcoming eighth season of AMC’s hit zombie drama series. The first focuses on Lauren Cohan’s Maggie Greene, while the second sees the Alexandrians, Hilltop, the Kingdom and the Saviours preparing for ‘All Out War’; check them out below…

See Also: Promo images and clip for The Walking Dead Season 8 premiere – ‘Mercy

Last year, Rick Grimes and his group of survivors were confronted with their deadliest challenge yet. With the comfort of Alexandria, they let their guard down, only to be reminded how brutal the world they live in can be. The introduction of Negan and the Saviors broke our group.

Feeling powerless under Negan’s rules and demands, Rick advocated the group play along. But seeing that Negan couldn’t be reasoned with, Rick began
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"The Walking Dead" - All Out War

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Sneak Peek more new footage from Season 8 of AMC's "The Walking Dead" 'zombie' TV series, debuting its 100th episode, titled "Mercy", October 22, 2017:

"...last season, 'Rick Grimes' and his group of survivors were confronted with their deadliest challenge yet.

"With the comfort of 'Alexandria', they let their guard down, only to be reminded how brutal the world they live in can be.

"Feeling powerless under the rules and demands from the repulsive 'Negan', Rick advocated the group play along. But seeing that Negan couldn't be reasoned with, Rick began rallying together other communities affected by the 'Saviors'. And with the support of the 'Hilltop' and 'Kingdom', they finally have enough fire power to contest the Saviors.

"This season, Rick brings 'All Out War' to Negan and his forces. The Saviors are larger, better-equipped, and ruthless...

"...but Rick and the unified communities are fighting for the promise of a brighter future.
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Promo images and clip for The Walking Dead Season 8 premiere – ‘Mercy’

During yesterday’s panel at the New York Comic Con, a clip was revealed from the season eight premiere episode of The Walking Dead, entitled ‘Mercy’; check it out below along with four new images…

See Also: The Walking Dead season 8 gets a new promo

Rick and his group, along with the Kingdom and Hilltop, have banded together to bring the fight to Negan and the Saviors.

See Also: Follow all of our coverage of The Walking Dead here

The Walking Dead season 8 is set to premiere on October 22nd and stars returning cast members Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes), Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon), Melissa McBride (Carol Peletier), Lauren Cohan (Maggie Greene), Lennie James (Morgan Jones), Danai Gurira (Michonne), Alanna Masterson (Tara Chambler), Josh McDermitt (Eugene Porter), Christian Serratos (Rosita Espinosa), Seth Gilliam (Gabriel Stokes), Ross Marquand (Aaron), Katelyn Nacon (Enid), Austin Amelio (Dwight), Tom Payne (Paul
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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Jaime Lee Kirchner

Jaime Lee Kirchner is returning to the small screen this Fall in the American drama series Bull. When the TV series returns for its second season Kirchner returns as Danny, the firm’s Pi who possesses a photographic memory. The actress is best known for her TV roles including roles in Mercy, Just Legal and The Mob Doctor. In real-life the gorgeous actress is incredibly private. She has a limited social media presence and is rarely seen at celebrity parties or giving interviews on entertain shows. Here are five things you didn’t know about Jaime Lee Kirchner. Jaime Lee Kirchner has

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Jaime Lee Kirchner
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