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Chicago Fire Actress Molly Glynn Dies at 46 After Tragic Accident

Molly Glynn

Chicago Fire actress Molly Glynn has died after a tragic accident, Us Weekly reports.  

Glynn, 46, was hit by a falling tree on Friday while on a bike ride with her husband Joe Foust. The couple were caught in a storm and Glynn was struck by an uprooted tree as she tried to take cover. The actress, who was wearing a helmet at the time, died a day later from her injuries.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton Expecting Baby No. 2

Prince William and Kate

Another prince or princess is on the way!

"Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting their second child," the Royal Palace announced on Monday.

Prince William and Kate Release First Official Family Photos of George

Middleton, 32, gave birth to the royal couple's first child, George, last July. As with her first pregnancy, Kate has been experiencing bad morning sickness which led to the earlier-than-planned reveal of  the new pregnancy. 

Photos: The road to the Royal Baby

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Klaus Is Painting! Marcel Is Fighting! See Our Exclusive Photos from The Originals Premiere

Joseph Morgan and Daniel Gillies

The Originals premiere is just a month away, but we've got your first look at the first episode — aptly titled "Rebirth" — now!

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When the series returns, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) are still reeling from the loss of their daughter and more determined than ever to seek revenge. But while Hayley is dealing with rage as she adjusts to her new life as a hybrid, Klaus' powers have been weakened by the werewolves. Plus: He's unaware that mom and dad Mikaelson are lurking in the Quarter!

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8 Things We Learned From Lifetime's Insanely Bizarre Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story

The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story

Lifetime went behind the Bell on Monday and unveiled what (allegedly) happened behind the cameras of our favorite childhood sitcom. But instead of Zack Morris running the show, this time it was all about Screech — and the story from outcast Dustin Diamond's perspective.

The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story, based on Diamond's tell-all memoir, began with the gang -- Dylan Everett as Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Sam Kindseth as Diamond, Tiera Skovbye as Elizabeth Berkley, Julian Works as Mario Lopez, Alyssa Lynch as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, and Taylor Russell McKenzie as Lark Voorhies — pulling up to their first mall tour unaware their lives were about to change. read more

Bachelor in Paradise: Are Cody and Michelle the Most Surprising Couple in Franchise History?

Michelle Money and Cody Sattler

After enduring 18 seasons of The Bachelor and 10 seasons of The Bachelorette, it takes a lot to surprise host Chris Harrison. But in its inaugural run of Bachelor in Paradise, Harrison says there is one coupling that has him stunned.

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Exclusive Video: Check Out a First Look at Starz' Filmmaking Competition Series The Chair

Shane Dawson

Starz is going behind the scenes of filmmaking with its first unscripted competition series The Chair.

The 10-part documentary project follows two first-time feature-film directors as they separately attempt to craft a movie from the same original script. The competitors are Shane Dawson, who's built a huge online following via Twitter and his three YouTube comedy channels, and Anna Martemucci, an NYU film school graduate and independent filmmaker. read more

Pretty Little Liars Finale Postmortem: A's Latest Victim Speaks Out!

Troian Bellisario, Janel Parrish

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Tuesday's Pretty Little Liars finale. Read at your own risk.] 

Pretty Little Liars star Janel Parrish has had to play a lot of versions of Mona Vanderwaal: Nerd, Queen Bee, mental patient and much more. But on Tuesday, fans were shocked — and downright sad — when played her latest role: A's newest victim.

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Chris Harrison Explains Why Chris Soules Was Chosen as the Star of The Bachelor

Andi Dorfman and Chris Soules

It's no secret that The Bachelorette's Chris Soules was a front-runner to star on The Bachelor. He's hot, successful, left his season broken-hearted — all the makings for the perfect lead. But with another past fan-favorite -- Arie from Emily Maynard's season -- also in talks for the gig, host Chris Harrison says the decision came down to the wire.

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And the New Bachelor Is …

Chris Soules

ABC has chosen Chris Soules as the next star of The Bachelor, it was announced Wednesday on Good Morning America.

"I was humbled, flattered, grateful," he said during the reveal. "Coming from a small town I never expected to have this opportunity to be on either show, let alone be the lead on The Bachelor. So it's been awesome."

Soules, 32, became a fan-favorite on the most recent season of The Bachelorette and made it to the Final 3. During his fantasy suite date with Andi, she decided to let him go before the night was over. Following his exit, the Iowa farmer told us, "It's OK to [be vulnerable]. When I get the opportunity with the right person, I can do that and still survive if it doesn't work out and still do it again. This helped me learn a lot about myself and how to cope and put yourself in situations and manage it as an adult and without family and friends. I know it helped me grow."

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Lifetime Orders Glen Mazzara's The Omen Sequel Straight to Series

Harvey Spencer Stephens

Lifetime has ordered Glen Mazzara's thriller Damien straight to series, the network announced on Monday.

Based on the 1976 horror classic The Omen, the follow-up series is about the adult life of Damien Thorn, the mysterious child from the original film, who has grown up seemingly unaware of the satanic forces around him.  Haunted by his past, Damien must now come to terms with his true destiny — that he is the Antichrist, the most feared man throughout the ages.

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"We are thrilled to be bringing a contemporary version of The Omen's Damien Thorn back to the screen. Glen Mazzara has re-imagined him as a dark, romantic, anti-hero and this fresh take blends complex characters with premium storytelling to make something truly original," Lifetime's Executive Vice President and General Manager Rob Sharenow said in a statment.

This is the first television gig for Mazzara since his exit s the showrunner of The Walking Dead. It is also Mazzara's first project under his deal with Fox Television Studios.

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