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Did Timeless Take a Royal Trip? How'd Americans Defy Age? Was Brick's Beard a Bust? Mia Once Heroes? And More Qs

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including 13 Reasons Why, Once Upon a Time, The Middle and The Americans!

1 | In the Season 2 finale of 13 Reasons Why, was the bathroom assault even more disturbing to watch than Season 1’s infamous bathtub scene?

2 | Who’d have thought that of ABC’s Friday shows, Once Upon a Time, and not S.H.I.E.L.D., would be the one to have a character turn to dust? And for our very final, brain-hurting salvo
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‘Carpool Karaoke’ With Adam Levine, James Corden And … Johnny Law?

By now most folks are familiar with James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” shtick, in which he and a celebrity belt out tunes while cruising through L.A. traffic. Last night it was Adam Levine — the voice of Maroon5 and the face of The Voice — but this week’s model was a little different. He and CBS’ Late Late Show host tooled around and let out semi-inspired versions of Levine’s hits including “Moves Like Jagger” and “This Time.” No news there. The discussion turned to the…
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Adam Levine and Jonah Hill’s Moms Are BFFs — and Teaming Up to Help Kids In Need

Sharon Feldstein and Patsy Noah know a thing or two about kids.

For one, they’re proud moms themselves – Noah’s son is The Voice star and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, and Feldstein’s kids are actors Jonah Hill and Beanie Feldstein. But these days, the long-time best friends have their sights set on children far less fortunate than their own famous posse.

“Our mission is to raise awareness for kids who don’t have a voice,” says Noah, who along with Feldstein, co-founded YourMomCaresyourmomcares.org, a group of celebrity and influencers’ mothers who bring attention to issues affecting America’s underserved and impoverished children.
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Adam Levine and James Corden Get Stopped by Police on 'Carpool Karaoke'

James Corden welcomed new company to join him on his drive to work with special guest Adam Levine, who partook in another fun-filled Carpool Karaoke segment on Thursday night.

Making his debut to the Late Late Show host’s fan-favorite segment, Levine performed a surplus of hits with Corden including ‘Moves Like Jagger’ and ‘Sugar.’ Throughout the drive, Corden and Levin blabbed about his coaching tenure on The Voice, his friendship with Voice coach Blake Shelton and Levine's tattoos.

The segment’s traditional format took a turn when a police officer rode alongside the singing stars, requesting they pull ...
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Brynn Cartelli (‘The Voice’) on her historic win Tuesday and friendship with Kelly Clarkson [Exclusive Video Interview]

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Brynn Cartelli (‘The Voice’) on her historic win Tuesday and friendship with Kelly Clarkson [Exclusive Video Interview]
“I was really nervous,” confesses Season 14 winner of “The Voice”, Brynn Cartelli, thinking about the final moments before host Carson Daly announced she had won the title Tuesday night. “Whatever happened, I was just grateful to be there. Britton (Buchanan) deserved [to win] and I thought I deserved it too. I’m really excited for what my future holds.” Watch our exclusive video interview with the newly crowned champion from Team Kelly Clarkson above.

See‘The Voice’ winners: Where are they now (Season 1 – 13 updates)?

At just 15 years old, Brynn has become the youngest winner of “The Voice” ever. Before that, she had already made history as the first artist to join Team Kelly for her debut season on the Emmy-winning hit show. Despite Brynn being star-struck by the “Since U Been Gone” singer when they first met, the mentor and pupil quickly formed a tight bond.

“I’ve been a crazy fan
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2017-2018 TV Season: NBC Claims Demo Victory, ‘Good Doctor’ Top New Show

With just a few days remaining in the traditional September to May TV season, NBC has claimed the number one spot in the key adults 18-49 demographic, while CBS is once again top in total viewers.

NBC is poised to finish the season with a 2.2 rating in the key demo, according to most current numbers available through 34 weeks of the season (Live+7 for all but the last two weeks of the season). The network had the advantage of airing both the Super Bowl, which will rank as the most-watched program of 2018, and the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics in the same year.
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‘Roseanne’ Revival Slips But Tops Night In Season Wrap, ‘The Middle’ Rises In Finale

Roseanne revival wraps its “first” season as Tuesday's No. 1 TV series for all eight of its original airings in the demo. But the comedy series fell to a season low in the metric with Tuesday night’s season so-long, marking ABC’s first Tuesday demo loss since the Conner family re-joined the lineup. NBC Tuesday win was fueled by The Voice finale which won the 9-11 Pm slot among Big 4 competitors by 67% and clocked its best demo…
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Ratings: ‘Roseanne’ Finale Dips, But Still Beats ‘The Voice’ Finale – and Everything Else

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Ratings: ‘Roseanne’ Finale Dips, But Still Beats ‘The Voice’ Finale – and Everything Else
Roseanne” went out with a bang with Tuesday night’s season finale. And though this episode put up lower Nielsen numbers than last week’s, the ABC revival still managed to top NBC’s season finale of “The Voice” — and every other show on broadcast TV — in the all-important adults 18-49 age range.

The “Roseanne” finale scored a 2.4 rating/11 share and 10.3 million viewers. Those gaudy figures for the half-hour sitcom weren’t enough for ABC to topple first-place NBC in terms of primetime averages.

CBS, which was runner-up in total viewers for the night, aired the most-watched show of the night: the “NCIS” season finale.

Also Read: NBC Wins 2017-18 Nielsen TV Season in Ratings; CBS Tops Total Viewers

NBC was first in ratings with a 1.4 rating/6 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 7.8 million, according to preliminary numbers. A “Voice” recap at 8 p.
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15-Year-Old Brynn Cartelli Becomes Youngest Winner On ‘The Voice’

On the finale of The Voice, Brynn Cartelli, at only 15 years old, was crowned the youngest contestant to ever win the competition. I can’t believe I did it. Thank you thank you thank you. My heart is so full. Can’t wait to make some muuuuusic! ❤ A post shared by Brynn Cartelli (@brynncartelli) on May 22, 2018 at […]

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TV Ratings: ‘Roseanne’ Season Finale Dips, ‘The Middle’ Series Finale Rises

TV Ratings: ‘Roseanne’ Season Finale Dips, ‘The Middle’ Series Finale Rises
The season finale of “Roseanne” was off slightly in the Tuesday overnight ratings compared to last week, while the one-hour series finale of “The Middle” hit the show’s best numbers in weeks.

Airing at 8 p.m. on ABC, “Roseanne” averaged a 2.4 rating in adults 18-49 and 10.3 million viewers. That is off by a few percentage points from the 2.6 and 10.7 million the show drew last week. This week’s episode was also the lowest-rated and least-watched episode of “Roseanne” this season, but nevertheless it was still far and away the top show of the night in the demo.

The Middle
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Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton to Perform at Cmt Music Awards

Fresh from the announcement that Little Big Town will host the 2018 Cmt Music Awards, Cmt revealed today that Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Chris Stapleton, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Bryan, and Sam Hunt are slated to perform at this year’s show. The awards will air live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, June 6. Additional performers will be announced soon.

In her Cmt Music Awards debut, “The Voice” judge and pop superstar Clarkson will premiere her rendition of “American Woman,” the theme of the upcoming Paramount Network series of the same title debuting the day after the show. Inspired by the
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TV Ratings: 'Roseanne' Finale Dips (but Dominates) for ABC

Roseanne's meteoric return to TV wrapped its first season Tuesday night, again dominating the rest of the dial for ABC.

The ninth and final episode of the series' 10th season averaged a 2.4 rating among adults 18-49 and 10.3 million viewers, in line with how it had performed with night-of viewers in recent weeks — if off a shade for a season low. And while that score in the key demo was enough for it to emerge as the top program of the night, NBC took an overall win with the finale of The Voice.

Roseanne has been ...
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‘The Voice’: Where does Kelly Clarkson rank among all 12 coaches to date? [Poll]

‘The Voice’: Where does Kelly Clarkson rank among all 12 coaches to date? [Poll]
Kelly Clarkson certainly didn’t suffer from beginner’s nerves as a coach on season 14 of “The Voice” as she mentored Brynn Cartelli to victory. We want to know where you rank this Grammy winner among the dozen music superstars to serve as coaches on this reality competition series. After you cast your ballot in our poll below be sure to sound off with your thoughts on the show in the comments section.

Clarkson was the first winner of “American Idol” and she drew on her experiences on that reality competition series to coach her team on “The Voice.” She was not afraid to express her strong opinions and held her own against both Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, who have been coaches on the show since it began. And she connected with the other woman on the panel, Alicia Keys, who was back in the red chair for a third time,
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‘The Voice: Season 15 will be battle of ‘American Idol’ alumni with Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson as coaches

‘The Voice: Season 15 will be battle of ‘American Idol’ alumni with Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson as coaches
First time was the charm for Kelly Clarkson who coached Brynn Cartelli to victory on season 14 of “The Voice.” She will get a chance to defend her title this fall when she returns to the panel for season 15 of the hit NBC reality competition series. Joining her will be Blake Shelton and Adam Levine — who have been with the show from the start — and another “American Idol” alumni, Jennifer Hudson.

Both women have said that their experiences on “Idol” makes them better mentors than Shelton and Levine. While Clarkson won the first season of “American Idol” in 2002, Hudson finished in seventh place two years later. She proved to be just as unlucky in her debut as a coach on “The Voice” last fall, missing out on a spot in the season 13 final.

That final, won by Chloe Kohanski, marked the sixth victory for Shelton. The country music superstar has the
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‘The Voice’: Where does Britton Buchanan rank among the 14 second-place finishers to date? [Poll]

Brynn Cartelli won season 14 of “The Voice” on Tuesday by edging out Britton Buchanan in one of the closest votes in the history of the reality competition series. Buchanan, who was coached by one-time winning coach Alicia Keys, had been strongly positioned heading into Tuesday’s finale based on his performances on Monday’s final.

Two of the three songs that Buchanan performed on May 21 made the iTunes top 10, thus qualifying for the vote multiplier. He grabbed the top spot with his original single “Where You Come From.” And his cover of the Young Rascals classic “Good Lovin” took the 10th and final slot. (His duet with Keys on “Wake Me Up” by Avicii ranked 19th).

Cartelli, who was mentored by rookie coach Kelly Clarkson, also landed two of her three songs in the top 10 on iTunes. She was in third place on the sales chart with the original tune
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‘The Voice’ winners: Where are they now (Season 1 – 13 updates)?

‘The Voice’ winners: Where are they now (Season 1 – 13 updates)?
The Voice” season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski returned to the show on Tuesday and sang her new single “Come This Far” just minutes before it was revealed that Brynn Cartelli had won season 14. While Cartelli was coached by rookie Kelly Clarkson, Kohanski was the sixth champion for Blake Shelton, who has been with the show since the start.

Kohanski won the season 13 title on Dec. 19 after delivering a soaring performance of her original song “Wish I Didn’t Love You” as well as a cover of the 1980s hit “Bette Davis Eyes” and a duet with Shelton on “You Got It.” However, the single of her new tune only made it to No. 69 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Is that a sign of things to come when Kohanski releases her first album later this year? That first track, “Come This Far,” certainly sounds promising. She has kept her harder edge and revealed
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Rate ‘The Voice’ winner Brynn Cartelli’s new single ‘Walk My Way’ written by Julia Michaels [Poll]

Brynn Cartelli defied the odds and won season 14 of “The Voice” on Tuesday over frontrunner Britton Buchanan as well as Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker. As part of her prize, Cartelli gets bragging rights to having the official winner’s single: “Walk My Way.” The show released that track on Monday, as well as those by Buchanan (“Where You Come From”), Jade (“The Last Tear”) and Baker (“Old Soul”). Watch the official video of “Walk My Way” and then give it a grade in the poll below.

Cartelli co-wrote the song with Julia Michaels, who also had a hand in “American Idol” winner Maddie Poppe‘s new single “Going Going Gone.” Cartelli introduced it on Monday’s final and earned praise from the panel. She did well with overnight sales of the single, landing in third place on the iTunes chart.

Poll ‘The Voice’ finale: Did Brynn Cartelli deserve to win over Britton Buchanan,
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‘The Voice’ finale: Did Brynn Cartelli deserve to win over Britton Buchanan, Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker? [Poll]

Brynn Cartelli won season 14 of “The Voice” on Tuesday over Britton Buchanan in one of the closest votes in the history of the show. Kyla Jade came in third while Spensha Baker was fourth. Are you happy with this result? Vote in our poll below and then sound off in our comments section with your thoughts on the show overall as well as your opinions of host Carson Daly and coaches Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.

Rookie mentor Clarkson coached Catellii, who pulled off an upset over Buchanan. He had been predicted to prevail by 34% of viewers in our overnight poll following Monday’s final. Cartelli had 30% of the total tally, Jade was at 26% and Baker landed in last with just 10%.

Here’s a reminder of the three songs that each sang on the May 21 finale.

Spensha Baker (Team Blake Shelton)

Solo: “Merry Go ‘Round” by
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Brynn Cartelli and Julia Michaels transform ‘The Voice’ finale into a rock concert with ‘Issues’ and ‘Jump’ [Watch]

Moments before Brynn Cartelli was named the 14th winner of NBC’s reality TV show “The Voice,” the 15-year-old singer rocked out with superstar Julia Michaels. The artists performed “Issues” and “Jump” in front of a live studio audience that included Cartelli’s coach Kelly Clarkson as well as Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys and Adam Levine. Watch Cartelli and Michaels’ “The Voice” performance video above.

Poll The Voice’ finale: Did Brynn Cartelli deserve to win over Britton Buchanan, Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker?

At the end of the two-hour finale, Cartelli earned bragging rights as the youngest “The Voice” winner of all time. Thanks to America’s overnight vote and impressive iTunes sales, the Sanford, North Carolina resident was able to beat out tough competitors like Britton Buchanan from Team Alicia and Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker from Team Blake. See all of the former “The Voice” winners throughout history.
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15-year-old Brynn Cartelli of Team Kelly Clarkson becomes youngest ‘The Voice’ winner, but is she Your favorite ever? [Poll]

15-year-old Brynn Cartelli of Team Kelly Clarkson becomes youngest ‘The Voice’ winner, but is she Your favorite ever? [Poll]
Just how young is the latest “The Voice” winner Brynn Cartelli? For starters, the 15-year-old wasn’t even alive when her coach Kelly Clarkson won “American Idol” back in 2002. In fact, Brynn was born the same week that Clarkson’s pop hit “Miss Independent” was released. But despite her young age, Brynn has just been crowned the winner of “The Voice” Season 14. Read our live blog recap to see how it all went down on Tuesday, May 22, and then vote below in our poll for whether Brynn Cartelli is Your favorite “The Voice” winner of all time.

Poll The Voice’ finale: Did Brynn Cartelli deserve to win over Britton Buchanan, Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker?

This Sanford, North Carolina resident wowed America every week with her powerful vocals and A+ song choices, and now Brynn has been rewarded with the coveted “Voice” trophy as well as a recording contract. Previously,
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