She's so gorgeous — it's almost scary!
American Horror Story star Jessica Lange makes her debut as the new face of Marc Jacobs Beauty in a stunning new close-up shot.
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Dylan McDermott has signed on to star in CBS' untitled thriller from The Following creator Kevin Williamson, TVGuide.com has learned.
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I tried to give Downton Abbey the benefit of the doubt. I tried to stave off my judgments until I had given the show time to prove me wrong, to prove that this wasn't just another case of rape as cheap and consumable entertainment. But here we are at the end of the season, and my frustration has only grown.
Downton's fourth season notoriously featured the show's most beloved character, Anna (Joanne Froggatt), being violently assaulted by a visiting valet. But contrary to creator Julian Fellowes' defense that he wanted to "[explore] the mental damage and the emotional damage" that follows sexual assault, I still have very little idea how Anna has been intimately affected by this tragic incident. Instead of parsing Anna's psychological state, the show continued its violation of her character by immediately shifting the dramatic tension to questions about how Bates (Brendan Coyle) would respond.
Gavin Stenhouse has landed the lead in the NBC drama pilot Coercion,Deadline reports.
Lifetime has ordered 10 episodes of The Lottery, a dystopian thriller from Children of Men scribe Timothy J. Sexton, the network announced Tuesday.
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Lance Reddick has landed a guest-starring role on NBC's The Blacklist, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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11. Best Reveal: Leslie and Ann are forced to find a celebrity spokesperson for Sweetums' latest sports drink on Parks and Recreation so that they can break ground on the park project that spawned their friendship. After their top pick turns them down, Ann is able to work her charm with local news personality Perd Hapley and convinces him to forget about his journalistic integrity for "old time's sake." Leslie quickly realizes that Ann and Perd have a romantic history. As Ann explains, it was just drinks while she was exploring her freedom as a single woman a few years back. "And at the end, he said, 'I am going to kiss you now by putting my mouth on...
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[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the American Horror Story: Coven season finale. Read at your own risk!]
The new Supreme was finally revealed during American Horror Story: Coven's season finale, and it should come as no surprise that it's the daughter of the old one.
American Horror Story: Coven
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from American Horror Story: Coven's season finale. Read at your own risk!]
American Horror Story ended another installment with a lot of death. Again. And finally named the new Supreme, although the old one wasn't quite as dead as we all thought.
The Supreme contenders...
Harry Connick Jr.
Who dat? Only the best thing to happen to American Idol in this post—Simon Cowell era.
Harry Connick Jr. may not be as instantly recognizable as his fellow Idol panelists Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban, but in a world where too many reality-show judges act more like cheerleaders (yes, The Voice, this even applies to you), this New Orleans crooner and accomplished cutup has what I'd call (apologies to Cowell) the X — or expert — factor. He's exceptionally entertaining, extremely knowledgeable and expansively personable — even when his explosive opinions earn him the labels "Hatchet Harry" and "Harsh Harry" from the kinder, gentler Lopez and the occasional disgruntled contestant. But how can you not love an Idol judge who hates the word pitchy and refuses to be wowed by caterwauling vocal gymnastics?