For Thursday's big Welcome to Sweden season finale, star Greg Poehler once again enlisted his sister, Parks and Rec's Amy Poehler, to play a douched-up version of herself. In this exclusive sneak preview of the first of two back-to-back episodes, Amy berates Bruce for wanting to return to his fiancé in Sweden. (Imagine if the passion and tenacity of Leslie Knope were used for evil instead of good.)
The Sopranos has been celebrated for its ambiguous series finale, which left the fate of mob boss Tony Soprano unknown. But now creator David Chase has taken all of the mystery out of the revolutionary episode.
Neil Young has filed for divorce from his wife Pegi Young, E! News reports.
The singer filed his petition for dissolution of marriage on July 29, only weeks before their 37th anniversary. A hearing is scheduled for Dec. 12.
Fox has given a put pilot commitment to Malcolm Gladwell's The Cure, Deadline reports.
Vicki Gunvalson managed to have a fairly drama-free season this year on Real Housewives of Orange County (thanks to Tamra, Heather and Shannon causing more drama than Bravo new what to do with). But neverone to be boring, Vicki finally got her time in the spotlight thanks to some highly offensive comments during Part 1 of the reunion.
The highly-anticipated comedy Transparent will premiere on Amazon on Sept. 26, the streaming service announced Wednesday.
Chelsea Handler made sure her E! talk show Chelsea Latelywent out with a bang Tuesday night, thanks to some help from her celebrity friends.
The series finale
/tvshows/doctor-who/332337" target="_blank">Doctor Who debut on Saturday (8/7c, BBC America) when he officially takes over Time Lord duties as the Twelfth Doctor. Capaldi's dark, dangerous Doctor stands in stark contrast to the young, quirky men who proceeded him, but don't expect showrunner Steven Moffat to go out of his way to endear you to the new Doctor's style.
"It's just fun when the Doctor's new," Moffat told reporters during the New York stop of the Who World Tour...
As if Bruce (Greg Poehler) wasn't already having a tough enough time fitting in, the culture clash gets even worse when his parents visit on Welcome to Sweden.
After a historically inaccurate promo photo from Downton Abbey's fifth season went viral (unless they really did have plastic water bottles in the 1920s), the cast found the perfect response on Friday.
Check out the first photos from Downton Abbey's fifth season
The upstairs and downstairs came together for a photo, all doing their best "Did I do that?" expression — and in Allen Leech's case, just a solid duck face — while holding plastic water bottles. The best part: They included the hashtag "wH2oops." Wins, all around.
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