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The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy awards will air live from Las Vegas for the second year in a row this June, CBS announced Monday.
The ceremony will be broadcast live from Sin City on Sunday, June 19 at 8/7c. The awards previously took place in Los Angeles and New York City.
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James Franco; Bruce Vilanch
James Franco fired back at Bruce Vilanch after the Oscar writer told Vulture that the actor was outside of his comfort zone when it came to hosting this year's Academy Awards.
In an interview posted Monday, Vilanch took aim at Franco's performance, saying Franco "didn't get there."
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The Bachelor star Brad Womack was not hospitalized in Texas Monday, despite reports to the contrary.
TMZ reported Monday that Womack, 38, was rushed to an Austin-area hospital for a non-life threatening emergency after someone called 911 for him. However, according to an ABC spokesperson, it was Womack who...
HBO is developing a miniseries about former Vice President Dick Cheney, Deadline reports.
The project will be based on both the novel Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency and the...
Jeff Daniels is nearing a deal to star in Aaron Sorkin's HBO pilot set at a cable news show, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Daniels, 56, would play Will McCallister, the host of his own cable news show. The project goes behind the scenes of the show, following him, his...
Jaime and Cara
After surviving a U-Turn, Jaime Edmondson and Cara Rosenthal fell victim to a grueling life-size dinosaur assembly task on The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business. "[It took] about four hours," Jaime tells TVGuide.com. "We knew we were last and I'm very happy knowing that even though we knew we were last, Jaime didn't quit," Cara adds. "We finished because the one thing we aren't is quitters." The former NFL cheerleaders also aren't bitter about Kent and Vyxsin U-Turning them right in front of their faces — but they wouldn't have done the same to them.
If HBO were to do a sequel to Big Love, it would have to be called something like The Three Sister-Wives. Not exactly Chekhov, but I'd probably watch. Barb, Margene and Nicki carrying on without Bill: That's already a home plus.
I had drifted a while ago from the flock of followers of this weird and lately quite preachy series about polygamy and family and faith, but did a marathon catch-up over the last week in time to watch the final chapter, which aimed for transcendence and at times achieved it. The hour-plus finale thankfully shucked much of the grotesque Utah-Mormon-Gothic melodrama (murderously mad prophet Alby was taken care of last week, shot down but not killed when he tried to storm the statehouse with the Henricksons inside) and stressed the themes of an unorthodox family and marriage unit fighting for acceptance and survival in a judgmental and often violently unforgiving world. (If you want to see this as a metaphor for the ongoing fight for gay marriage equality, I won't stop you.)