Parenthood's Season 5 finale could've easily served as a series ending, and a satisfying one at that, so much so that both the drama's showrunner and its stars wondered if the network would feel it was the right place to end.
"I got nervous watching [the finale] because I felt like, that kind of leaves it in a place where the network can very easily say, 'Oh, that's a nice ending to a series," Peter Krause told a theater full of fans Saturday at the show's ATX Television Festival panel, moderated by this reporter. Added showrunner Jason Katims, "This year, I honestly was hedging my bets. More than any other [season], I didn't know whether the show was going to come back and I thought it was a good chance we wouldn't."
If there's one person on Revenge who can turn Emily Thorne's world upside down, it's the return of her thought-to-be-dead father. When David Clarke moves into the Hamptons full-time this fall, Emily will be shaken to her core.
For three seasons, Emily (Emily VanCamp) has stopped at nothing to take down anyone involved in the wrongful imprisonment of her late father (James Tupper). Her mission had finally reached ultimate success by the end of the Season 3 with Conrad Grayson (Henry Czerny) implicated in the crimes and his estranged wife Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) locked up in the looney bin. But, as viewers watched in the final minutes of the hour, David Clarke appeared very much alive taking revenge in his own hands by killing Conrad.
Pretty Little Liars
Remember when the girls found worms in their Chinese food? Or the very first time they saw A's lair?
The first four seasons of Pretty Little Liars have featured some pretty crazy, scary and outlandish moments at the hands of A. After all of their close encounters, the girls were thisclose to revealing their tormentor's identity in the season finale. When Season 5 picks up, Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Hanna (Ashley Benson), Emily (Shay Mitchell) and Alison (Sasha Pieterse) will continue their desperate search for answers on the streets of New York.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson has explored his rough past through music before. Now he's using his passion for storytelling in a different medium, with Starz's upcoming drama Power.
In the new series, premiering Saturday at 9/8c, successful New York City nightclub owner James "Ghost" St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) doubles as a commanding drug kingpin. But as he tries to leave his criminal life behind and turn his legitimate profession into an empire, his illegal business comes under attack putting it all at risk.
Clare Crawley, Graham Bunn
A new wave of Bachelor and Bachelorette alums are returning to TV for another shot at
Bachelor in Paradise, which premieres August 4 on ABC, features previous contestants sharing a house in an isolated romantic paradise. Unlike Bachelor Pad, known for its drunken debacles, hook-ups, competitions and prize money, this installment is simply about finding love. Check out the cast as it stands now -- three more men from Andi's current season will announce later — be announced —below.
Jonah Hill has apologized for using a homophobic slur, calling it "disgusting."
Over the weekend, TMZ posted a video of the Oscar-nominated actor lashing out at a paparazzo, saying, "Suck my d---, you f----." Following the confrontation, Hill went on Howard Stern's radio show Tuesday to apologize.
Vitali Sediuk, Brad Pitt (inset)
Brad Pitt is speaking out for the first time since he was punched on the Maleficent red carpet last week.
"I was at the end of the line signing autographs, when out the corner of my eye I saw someone stage-diving over the barrier at me," he told People in a statement. "I took a step back; this guy had latched onto my lapels. I looked down and the nutter was trying to bury his face in my crotch, so I cracked him twice in the back of the head — not too hard — but enough to get his attention, because he did let go. I think he was then just grabbing for a hand hold because the guys were on him, and he reached up and caught my glasses."
Eva Green is too sexy for the movies.
The poster for Green's upcoming film Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has been disapproved by the Motion Picture Association of America censor board for "nudity — curve of under breast and dark nipple/areola circle visible through sheer gown."
Rihanna is rocking a red carpet nearly nude — again.
At Monday's Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards, the fashion-forward singer, who was being honored with the 2014 Fashion Icon award, stepped out in a custom Adam Selman gown covered with Swarovski crystals that was accompanied by a fur shawl strategically placed over her lady parts. The top, however, was completely see-through. Check out the NSFW outfit here.
Everybody's posing nude!
This isn't Rihanna's first barely there get-up. In March, she showed up to Paris Fashion Week in a mesh sheer top.
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