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Hawaii Five-0 fans can breathe easy. CBS' remake of the classic 1968 TV series features a surprisingly faithful interpretation of the original surf-rock theme song.
After originally bringing in a famous rock star to freshen the tune, the producers instead opted to bring back all the original musicians who recorded the song way back when. "It only affirmed for us that you cannot change it," executive producer Alex Kurtzman said at a Comic-Con panel Friday. "Not everything should be remake or rebooted. Sometimes...
MTV has received GLAAD's first "excellent" rating in the organization's annual survey of gay-friendly programming, for its inclusion of LGBT characters or issues.
"From their inception, MTV programs like The Real World and America's Best Dance Crew have offered richly diverse portrayals of gay and transgender people that help Americans better understand and accept our community," said GLAAD President Jarrett Barrios.
Glee honored at GLAAD Awards
After reviewing nearly 5,000 hours of primetime programming, GLAAD also announced that The CW has moved into ...
Another Thursday night, another eviction, and despite the evening's predictable outcome, there were some serious fireworks. The entire house was informed of one player's duplicity, and a "secret showmance" was busted. So, who got evicted? And who will be the next head of household? Let's find out.
Multi-platinum teen sensation Justin Bieber will guest-star in the upcoming 11th season premiere of CSI, CBS announced Thursday.
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Bieber, whose hits include "One Time" and "My World," will make his acting debut as "Jason McCann, a troubled teen who is faced with a terrible decision regarding his only brother—a decision that leads him into an explosive confrontation with the CSIs," the network said. The story will conclude later in the season.
"Every 20 years, a phenomenon like Justin Bieber graces ...
Big Brother, Monet, Britney
This episode of Big Brother was full of tears. Monet and Britney sobbed over being nominated by Rachel, while Rachel sobbed to Brendon (who we've already seen get emotional a couple times this season) about not being liked by the rest of the house. Meanwhile, Matt showed some fake emotion as he lied to his fellow houseguests about his wife having a rare leg disease. And me? I just cried from laughing at Monet's shoddy math skills. (Sorry, sweetie, but 60 times 60 doesn't equal 1,200). But, by the end of the hour a veto was won and the nominations were changed. So, what went down? Let's find out.