East Los High
Hulu's hot teen drama East Los High returns for a second season on Wednesday with a whole new set of students, educational messages and tons of drama, natch. See what sort of trouble the students of East Los are getting into this year:
Katherine Heigl is continuing her campaign to get back in our good graces by throwing herself yet another pity party.
The former Grey's Anatomy actress, whose career and image have struggled ever since pulling her name from Emmy consideration in 2008 by blaming the show's writing, opened up to Marie Claire about her career challenges. "This thing that was my best friend for a long time suddenly turned on me," Heigl said. "And I didn't expect it. I was taken by surprise and angry at it for betraying me."
Sailor Moon Crystal
As a longtime fan and proud owner of a Sailor Saturn costume, I am almost too excited for Sailor Moon Crystal (one might even say "over the moon." Yuck, yuck, yuck.) Originally introduced to the franchise through the '90s American dub, my fandom knew no limits, soon expanding to the manga (which was released near concurrently with the series) and the far-better Japanese version of the show.
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While I'll always hold a special place in my heart for the Toonami broadcasts of Sailor Moon, I know the series I first fell in love with is merely a (poorly) bastardized version of both the manga and the original anime. That's why when I heard Crystal was planning to stick closely to the manga, I was beyond thrilled. After all these years, finally a chance to do it right!
Jewel, Ty Murray
Jewel and rodeo star Ty Murray are splitting after nearly six years of marriage and 16 years together.
"My husband, friend and partner of 16 years and I have decided to get a divorce," Jewel announced on her blog. "For some time we have been engaged in a private and difficult, but thoughtful and tender undoing of ourselves. Allowing ourselves the time and space to redefine what we are to each other with love rather than malice.
FXX has ordered 10 episodes of Man Seeking Woman, a half-hour comedy starring Jay Baruchel.
The Undeclared and Goon star will play Josh Greenberg, a naïve romantic on a desperate quest for love. Eric Andre, Britt Lower and Maya Erskine will also star in the sweet, but absurd comedy.
The Killing will return from the dead one last time in August, this time on Netflix. And judging by the trailer for the murder mystery's final season, The Killing is as dark, deadly and rain-soaked as ever.