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  • Coming to Netflix February 2016: ‘Doctor Who’ leaving, ‘Lizzie Borden’ and ‘Saul’ arriving

    Bad news for “Doctor Who” fans — Netflix’s entire library of Who-verse offerings is leaving in February 2016. A similar announcement came a year ago at this time, — and it included other BBC shows like “Luther” and the U.K. “Office” — but there was such an outcry from fans that Netflix re-upped the British imports. Perhaps the same thing will happen this time around? Either way, Netflix viewers can keep warm on the “Doctor Who”-less nights with new programs […]

  • Starbucks holiday cups aren’t Christmas-y enough for some Christians

    Oh hello, #RedCups Welcome back. pic.twitter.com/eHfllRdLDt — Starbucks UK (@StarbucksUK) November 3, 2015 Now that the Internet exists, it’s possible to find out about someone who’s furious over just about anything. For example, the Huffington Post reports that there’s a controversy brewing in response to the new design for the Starbucks Coffee holiday cups. And, surprisingly, the controversy in question has nothing to do with the fact that the holiday theme totally skips over Thanksgiving cheer. The growing issue is that […]

  • Dying ‘Star Wars’ fan’s wish to see ‘Force Awakens’ granted; Mark Hamill approves

    Daniel Fleetwood was dealt a tragic hand when doctors diagnosed him with cell sarcoma cancer and told him on Sept. 1 that he had one or two months to live. However, with the help of a viral online petition and some celebrity signal boosts, Fleetwood got his dying wish. The mega “Star Wars” fan was granted his screening of the upcoming Episode VII, “The Force Awakens,” on Thursday (Nov 5). RELATED: Are Han Solo and Princess Leia’s children in ‘The Force […]

  • Robin Williams’ widow: ‘It was not depression that killed’ him

    Robin Williams’ widow Susan is opening up to People about why Robin killed himself in August 2014 in the midst of battling a debilitating, neurodegenerative disease called Dementia with Lewy Bodies (LBD). DLB is the second most common dementia disorder after Alzheimer’s. It can cause hallucinations, impaired motor function and fluctuations in mental status. Susan describes “whack-a-mole”-like symptoms that started popping up on Robin out of nowhere, including heightened levels of anxiety and delusions. “It was not depression that killed Robin. Depression […]

  • ‘Duck Dynasty’ star reveals he was sexually abused as a child

    “Duck Dynasty” star Jep Robertson is opening up in a new interview about his experience being sexually abused as a child. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight while promoting his memoir “The Good, the Bad and the Grace of God,” Robertson explains how a female high school student inappropriately touched him when he was younger. “I was young, 6 [years old], and it was on a school bus. It was an older girl. Back then the high school students would ride on […]

  • ‘Tangled’ TV series coming in 2017; Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi to reprise roles

    Rapunzel is letting her hair down on TV in 2017. Disney announced on Wednesday it will be airing “Tangled,” an animated series based on Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 2010 film of the same name. Both Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi will reprise their original roles as Rapunzel and Eugene (a.k.a. Flynn Rider), respectively. The series — which is aimed at “kids, tweens and families” — is set between the events of the feature film and the start of the 2012 […]

  • Vince Vaughn: Guns in schools will deter mass shootings

    Vince Vaughn believes that having guns in schools would deter mass shooters from killing children. The actor explained his controversial stance on gun control in his British GQ cover story interview. “In all of our schools it is illegal to have guns on campus, so again and again these guys go and shoot up these f***ing schools because they know there are no guns there. They are monsters killing six-year-olds,” Vaughn says. He goes on to explain that he believes […]

  • TLC pulls ’19 Kids and Counting’ from schedule after Josh Duggar revelations

    TLC, the home of “19 Kids and Counting,” has remained silent in the wake of sex-abuse allegations against Josh Duggar. While no-stranger-to-controversy-herself Mama June has called for the show to be canceled, the network hasn’t commented directly and has only linked to statements from the Duggar family on its social media accounts. TLC also aired a “19 Kids and Counting” marathon Thursday night (May 21), just hours after Josh Duggar said he “acted inexcusably” as a teenager. According to police reports, he inappropriately […]

  • Tina Fey to David Letterman: Spanx for the memories

    Comedian and actress Tina Fey made her last-ever"Late Show with David Letterman" appearance on Thursday, May 7, and she had a special surprise for the host.

  • Sandra Bullock named World’s Most Beautiful Woman 2015 by People

    People’s annual Most Beautiful People issue is almost here, and the cover girl is not some 20-year-old wide-eyed starlet. Rather, 2015’s honor goes to actress Sandra Bullock, 50. Bullock says her reaction to the honor was, “That’s ridiculous.” But her thoughts on what makes a person beautiful show just what a fine choice she is. “Real beauty is quiet. Especially in this town, it’s just so hard not to say, ‘Oh, I need to look like that,'” says Bullock. “No, be […]

  • A guide to ‘Salem’ Season 2’s newest characters

    Season 1 of “Salem” was all about the conniving and tortured Mary Sibley, whose mission was to complete the Grand Rite and unleash a horrifying plague against the Puritans. But come the Season 2 premiere, Mary is going to have to learn how to share the spotlight — and possibly her power and control — with some of Salem’s newest residents. Not only is there a formidable enchantress coming into town to see which witch everyone is talking about, but […]

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