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TV by the NumbersJan 15, 2019
‘The Bachelor,' ‘The Neighborhood,' ‘Magnum P.I.' adjust up, ‘Bull' adjusts down: Monday final ratings
Final broadcast primetime live same-day ratings for Monday, January…

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Streaming Movie Review: ‘The Last Laugh' Review: A Mawkish Attempt at an Old Kind of Schtick (NYTimes Arts)

AV Club FilmsJan 15, 2019
Netflix confirms Grace and Frankie will return for a sixth season in 2020
Netflix might be hiking its prices, but you can't say it's not bringing the goods. Just a few days before the premiere of Grace and Frankie's fifth outing, the streamer has revealed that Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin will return for a sixth season of cathartic cussing in 2020. That must bode well for the upcoming season,…

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TV by the NumbersJan 15, 2019
Monday cable ratings: WWE is champion, ‘Love & Hip Hop' holds
The Monday night cable ratings were dominated by both USA…

NYTimes ArtsJan 15, 2019
An Appraisal: Even From Afar, Carol Channing Served Up That Broadway Wow
How her outsize presence — and that "Hello, Dolly!" cast album — helped entice a burgeoning theater critic to New York.

NYTimes ArtsJan 15, 2019
Memories of Carol Channing, for Whom Going On Was a Must
Theater colleagues recalled Ms. Channing, the Broadway legend who died Tuesday, as a tireless performer and promoter who had little use for doctors' orders.

Yahoo! BooksJan 15, 2019
Turkey to set up Syria 'security zone' after Trump call
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday that Ankara would set up a "security zone" in northern Syria suggested by US President Donald Trump. Erdogan's comments came a day after he had a telephone conversation with Trump to ease tensions after the US leader threatened to "devastate" the Turkish economy if Ankara attacks Kurdish forces in Syria.


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Hondurans form a new US-bound caravan, drawing fire from Trump (Yahoo! Books)

Playbill NewsJan 15, 2019
Broadway Theatres to Dim Marquees for the Late Carol Channing
The Tony-winning legend died January 15 at 97.

AV Club FilmsJan 15, 2019
Netflix's new price hike is its largest ever
As Netflix evolves from a library of established titles to a hub of diverse original content, so too will its subscription price. AP reports that the price hike, which will impact all new subscribers immediately, is the company's largest since it first launched more than a decade ago. Damn you, Friends.

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AV Club FilmsJan 15, 2019
R.I.P. Carol Channing, Broadway legend and star of Hello, Dolly!
Carol Channing, the Broadway icon who became legendary for performances in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Hello, Dolly! has died, according to The New York Times. Channing's publicist, B. Harlan Boll, confirmed the news, noting that she had suffered two strokes in the past year. She was 97 years old.

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VultureJan 15, 2019
Netflix Is Raising Its Subscription Price, If That's a Thing You Actually Pay For

The cost of Netflix is going up. The streaming giant said Tuesday it was raising U.S. prices across the board, with its most popular plan — two simultaneous streams in HD — increasing to $12.99 monthly, about 18 percent above the current $10.99 price. The entry-level, single-stream plan is going up by ... More »


TV by the NumbersJan 15, 2019
TV Ratings Monday: ‘The Passage' premieres well, ‘Manifest' drops to new low
Broadcast primetime live same-day ratings for Monday, January 14,…

Billboard Music NewsJan 15, 2019
Steven Spielberg Met With Puerto Ricans About 'West Side Story' Concerns
The news on Monday that Steven Spielberg had found his West Side Story remake's Maria after a year-long casting search had all the hallmarks...

VultureJan 15, 2019
Grace and Frankie Will See Their Wonderful Union Continue For a Sixth Season

The fifth season of Grace and Frankie premieres this week, and you don't have to worry about it being a farewell tour just yet. Netflix announced today that the series, starring real life dear friends Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, has been renewed for season six, according to Variety. Your ... More »


Yahoo! BooksJan 15, 2019
The 7 Hottest Cars from the 2019 Detroit Auto Show



Yahoo! ArtsJan 15, 2019
See Detailed Photos of the Ram 3500 Chassis



AV Club FilmsJan 15, 2019
Derek Waters on the new season of Drunk History and the brilliance of Evan Rachel Wood
Drunk History returns tonight with narrator Rich Fulcher slurring his way through an Are You Afraid Of The Dark-style retelling of the creation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Ahead of the premiere, we spoke with creator Derek Waters about keeping the show fresh after six seasons, and the brilliance of Evan Rachel…

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Yahoo! BooksJan 15, 2019
Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, weighs in on shutdown fears, recession predictions
JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon weighs in on the government shutdown's potential impact and the next recession.


Playbill NewsJan 15, 2019
Schedule of Upcoming Off-Broadway Shows
Due to the expansive nature of Off-Broadway, this list is not comprehensive.

Yahoo! BooksJan 15, 2019
How Government Shutdowns Affect Housing and Design
Our capital's longest hiatus in history is hitting the housing, building, and design communities harder than expected


BBC Entertainment & ArtsJan 15, 2019
West Side Story: High school student cast as Maria in Spielberg remake
Rachel Zegler, 17, will reprise Natalie Wood's role as Maria in Steven Spielberg's remake.

Yahoo! ArtsJan 15, 2019
The Latest: Grandfather: Suspect 'backed off from crowds'
BARRON, Wis. (AP) — The Latest on the kidnapping of 13-year-old Jayme Closs (all times local):


Time EntertainmentJan 15, 2019
M. Night Shyamalan Thinks Glass Is Deep. It's Not
But the mythology he tries to build in 'Glass' is rushed and sloppy

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Late-night ratings, Jan. 7-11, 2019: ‘Late Show' climbs back up (TV by the Numbers)

New York Times BooksJan 15, 2019
Books of The Times: A Newly Published Story for the New Way We Read Sylvia Plath
"Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom" is a brief allegorical tale of a train journey into hell.

NYTimes ArtsJan 15, 2019
M. Night Shyamalan's Biggest Twist? Coming Full Circle
The director said his new film, "Glass," was the toughest he has ever made. Yet the man once called "the Next Spielberg" says he is back where he wants to be.

AV Club FilmsJan 15, 2019
Brave Family Guy producers believe 2019 is the time to try and "phase out" gay jokes
On Sunday, Fox finally aired the long-dreaded Family Guy episode in which Peter Griffin takes a job working at the White House and Donald Trump sexually assaults Meg. Nobody who worked on that would be blamed for wanting to just move on with their lives and pretend it never happened, but Family Guy executive producers…

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New York Times BooksJan 15, 2019
Nonfiction: Jason Rezaian Recounts His 544 Days of Captivity in Iran
In "Prisoner," the former Tehran bureau chief for The Washington Post shows that the most innocent activities in Iran could get you accused of spying.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsJan 15, 2019
Should Family Guy 'phase out' gay jokes?
The producers say they are taking the show's comedy in a new direction, but is that what fans want?

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Nonfiction: Dani Shapiro's New Memoir Uncovers a Life-Changing Family Secret (NYTimes Arts)

Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
‘This Is Us': Sterling K Brown Says You'll Know Why They Are Going to See ‘Her' By the End of Season 3
(Warning: This post contains spoilers for the midseason return of "This Is Us" Season 3, which aired Tuesday.)While offering up an overload of emotional information to Pearson family fans back in November, the midseason finale of "This Is Us" Season 3, called "The Beginning Is the End Is the Beginning," finally gave us the answer to the question viewers have been asking since the second season finale's shocking flash-forward ending aired last spring: who the "her" is that Future Randall and Future Tess are preparing to visit.The answer: Randall's mother, Rebecca Pearson (played by Mandy Moore).Yes, just as "This Is Us" wrapped up the first half of its third season, it was revealed that decades from now, Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and his adult daughter — along with Toby and now Beth — are going to see "Randall's mother," as Beth puts it to her employee (apparently she's running a ballet company now?), who she obtains a Pin the Tail on the Donkey game from, as she prepares to join Randall and daughter on this journey.Also Read: 'This Is Us': Sterling K Brown on What That Election Result Means for Randall and Beth - And Future Randall and Future BethThough this "her" revelation didn't come until the episode's closing moments — which also included a shocking twist about the fate of Jack's little brother Nicky during the Vietnam War — we were building to it throughout the entire hour of the Dan Fo

VultureJan 15, 2019
This Is Us Mid-Season Premiere Recap: Too Close to Call

If, in the seven weeks since the last time you sat down to feel things again by watching This Is Us, you somehow forgot that this drama loves to play around with time, the mid-season premiere is here to remind you. "The Last Seven Weeks" starts off at Randall's campaign ... More »


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Roswell, New Mexico Premiere Recap: Nostalgia's a Bitch (Vulture)

VultureJan 15, 2019
Jason Reitman Doing an Original Ghostbusters Sequel

If that crazy light in the sky over New York City last month had you demanding that someone get you the Ghostbusters, you're in luck. Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Jason Reitman will direct a brand new Ghostbusters movie. But before you scream in vain to the heavens above over ... More »


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Jason Reitman Has Been Chosen to Direct the Next Ghostbusters Movie (Time Entertainment)
Jason Reitman is making a new Ghostbusters sequel, "for the fans" (AV Club Films)

Yahoo! BooksJan 15, 2019
Will May Survive Her Brexit Defeat?
The only meaningful unity that the United Kingdom has seen in the past two years has been opposition to the Brexit deal Prime Minister Theresa May negotiated with the European Union. The defeat, as predicted, has prompted Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to propose a vote, expected to be held on Wednesday, of no confidence in the government. When future historians consider Brexit, they will surely marvel at May's obstinate capacity for survival in the face of unending political humiliation.


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May Loses Brexit Vote in Landslide, Faces Confidence Vote (Yahoo! Books)

AV Club FilmsJan 15, 2019
Netflix reveals a chilling trailer for Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes
Netflix continues to expand its catalog of original content in a multitude of genres—including the ever popular true crime docuseries. A trailer for the streaming service's latest docuseries, Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes—based on the book by author Stephen G. Michaud and author, journalist,…

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Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
Netflix renews 'Grace and Frankie' ahead of season 5 debut
LOS ANGELES (AP) — As the fifth-season adventures of "Grace and Frankie " begin, viewers can rest assured there's more to come.


Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
CNN Analyst Surprised After Accusing Fox Nation's David Webb of ‘White Privilege': ‘I'm Black'
Note to radio commentators: Before calling out someone for their white privilege, make sure they're white.CNN analyst Areva Martin learned that the hard way on Tuesday morning after mistakenly accusing Sirius XM radio host and Fox Nation host David Webb for his "white privilege" during a discussion on race, only to find out Webb is, in fact, black.The awkward moment happened during a debate on whether race or qualifications should be an issue when hiring people for certain jobs.Also Read: Was Elvis Presley Racist? Eugene Jarecki Talks to Chuck D About His Famous Lyrics in 'The King' (Podcast)After Webb said that expertise and experience are what matter, Martin interjected: "That's a whole ‘nother long conversation about white privilege, the things that you have the privilege of doing, that people of color don't have the privilege of."Webb shot back: "How do I have the privilege of white privilege?""David… by virtue of being a white male you have white privilege." Martin answered before Webb cut her off: "Areva, I hate to break it to you, but you should've been better prepped. I'm black."Also Read: NYT Writer Critical of White Men Blasts Twitter as 'Misery Machine'You can listen to entire the exchange here.Read original story CNN Analyst Surprised After Accusing Fox Nation's David Webb of ‘White Privilege': ‘I'm Black' At TheWrap


AV Club FilmsJan 15, 2019
The Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer suggests that one Avenger might not survive Endgame
As one might expect, it didn't take long for Marvel's most devoted to dissect the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer frame by frame. The Easter Eggs are abundant—Peter still uses Uncle Ben's old luggage!—and so are the theories, with a number of fans asking whether or not the movie takes place before the events of …

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Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
Karlie Kloss and Christian Siriano Look Cut From Heidi and Tim Cloth in New 'Project Runway' Promo
Here's hoping they can … make it work.


NYTimes ArtsJan 15, 2019
Newsbook: As Los Angeles Teachers Strike, 3 Books Chronicle Educators' Years-long Fight for Better Working Conditions
Their claims and demands are not new.

Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
NBC head says the wrong timeslot — not defending blackface — led to Megyn Kelly's failure at 'Today'
While NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke went on to call Megyn Kelly a "huge talent," he told Variety that giving her the third hour of the "Today" show was a mistake.


TV by the NumbersJan 15, 2019
Sunday cable ratings: ‘True Detective' premieres to series low, ‘Dirty John' finale hits new high
HBO's "True Detective" made its long-awaited return Sunday night  -…

Billboard Music NewsJan 15, 2019
Strand Of Oaks Announces New Album and Tour Dates, Releases Therapeutic 'Weird Ways': Listen
Tim Showalter, known as Strand of Oaks, announced a new album titled Eraserland and dropped the vulnerable new track "Weird Ways...

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PG&E ex-CEO receives $2.5 million in severance as company announces plans for bankruptcy (Yahoo! Arts)

Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
'Game of Thrones' Final Season Premiere Date Revealed
Send your ravens!


VultureJan 15, 2019
Carol Channing, Star of Hello, Dolly!?, Is Dead at 97

Carol Channing, the Broadway legend best known for big personality, smoky belt, and dedication to the musical Hello, Dolly!, is dead at 97. The New York Times confirmed the news, writing that Channing died at her home in Rancho Mirage, California, Tuesday morning and that she had suffered two strokes ... More »


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‘Hello, Dolly' Star Carol Channing Dies at 97 (Time Entertainment)

Yahoo! BooksJan 15, 2019
Britain's May says she will respond quickly after key Brexit vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May told her senior ministers she would respond quickly to Tuesday's evening's vote in parliament on her proposed Brexit deal, her spokesman said. Asked by reporters if she would quit if, as widely expected, she lost the vote, the spokesman said May was determined to deliver the will of public and take Britain out of the EU.


Playbill NewsJan 15, 2019
A Look at Colin Quinn's Red State Blue State Off-Broadway
The new solo show is now playing at the Minetta Lane Theatre.

Playbill NewsJan 15, 2019
WATCH: Cast and Creative Team of Fox's Upcoming Rent on Sharing Jonathan Larson's Message
What the cast and creative team of the live broadcast have re-discovered in the musical.

Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
Freeform Developing Park Ranger Comedy From Jenna Fischer, Alexandra Henrikson
Freeform has put into development National Parker, a half-hour comedy from Splitting Up Together starJenna Fischer, actress-writer Alexandra Henrikson (Maniac) and Warner Horizon Scripted Television. Written by Henrikson, in National Parker, when social media-obsessed Parker Adams' world comes crashing down after a breakup, she decides to put her New York City life behind her and become an adult with a real job -- as a national park ranger at Alaska's Hickberry National…


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Jenna Fischer Developing National Parker Comedy at Freeform (Vulture)

Yahoo! TVJan 15, 2019
Fans confused by tie at Critics' Choice Awards
Many viewers were in disbelief that two actresses had to share the spotlight at the prestigious awards ceremony.


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NYTimes ArtsJan 15, 2019
Carol Channing, Larger-Than-Life Broadway Star, Dies at 97
Ms. Channing first drew praise for "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" and went on to play the title role in "Hello, Dolly!" more than 4,500 times.

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Carol Channing, Broadway's Beloved Dolly, Dies at 97 (Playbill News)

Billboard Music NewsJan 14, 2019
Watch 'West Side Story' Star Rachel Zegler Sing 'Shallow' & 5 Other Songs
Steven Spielberg had the Internet buzzing on Monday (Jan. 14) when he confirmed his pick for the role of Maria in the West Side Story ...

VultureJan 14, 2019
The Passage Premiere Recap: Waiting for the End of the World

"My name is Amy Belafonte," the young protagonist of The Passage says early in the series' first episode. "This is how the world ends." It's an attention-getting line. It's also, assuming The Passage even loosely continues to follow the plot of the novel from which it's adapted, no exaggeration — ... More »


Yahoo! ArtsJan 14, 2019
Striking Los Angeles teachers picket in rain with no deal imminent
Students arriving at some 900 campuses across the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) were met by their teachers carrying laminated picket signs in the city's first teachers' strike in three decades. "It's an existential battle for the future of public education," teacher Mike Finn told Reuters outside John Marshall High School in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Los Feliz. Officials for the LAUSD, which serves mostly working-class families who would lack child care if classes were canceled, kept schools open, staffed by administrators and substitute teachers.


Playbill NewsJan 14, 2019
West Side Story Film Casts Ariana DeBose, David Alvarez, and More
Newcomer Rachel Zegler will take on the role of Maria, starring opposite Ansel Elgort in the Steven Spielberg adaptation.

TV by the NumbersJan 14, 2019
Friday cable ratings: ‘Gold Rush' hits pay dirt, NBA stagnates
Without "Surviving R. Kelly" to contend with on Friday night,…

Billboard Music NewsJan 14, 2019
Steven Spielberg's 'West Side Story' Casts Unknown 17-Year-Old as Maria
Steven Spielberg's West Side Story remake has found its Maria. High school student Rachel Zegler, who responded to the production's open...

Time EntertainmentJan 14, 2019
Here's the Significance of That Feather in the New Game of Thrones Teaser
Potential season 8 spoilers ahead

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NYTimes ArtsJan 14, 2019
The Carpetbagger: The Critics' Choice Is ‘Roma.' Will It Be Oscar's?
After Alfonso Cuarón's movie cleaned up at the Critics' Choice Awards, what stands in the way of a best picture win?

Fandango.com Entertainment NewsNov 26, 2018
See Brand New Images for The Hottest Movies of the Holiday Season


From the colorful and whimsical to the big, bold and daring, this holiday season promises a whole bunch of new movies guaranteed to entertain in a multitude of ways. The 2018 Fandango Holiday Movie Preview is now here, featuring over 20 upcoming titles arriving in theaters between right now and the end of the year. Whether you're craving more dynamic superhero stories or more dramatic Oscar contenders, we have your complete guide right here. Click here for our full Holiday Movie Preview...

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