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Fox’s Need for a Singing Competition Show Has Led to The Masked Singer

NBC has The Voice, ABC rebooted American Idol, and now Fox is making a show where famous people sing while wearing elaborate masks. The network announced today that it’s ordered The Masked Singer, based on a format that originated in ...

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Here’s Your First Look at Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph’s Amazon Comedy Forever

Last year, Amazon ordered a comedy series starring Saturday Night Live alums Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph, and today the streaming network dropped the first trailer. Titled Forever, the half-hour series is co-created by Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard, with ...

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How Do We Define the Female Gaze in 2018?

A camera pans slowly over the curves of a woman’s body — and every woman in the audience rolls her eyes. That sensual, ravenous, kinda porn-y perspective? It’s our old friend, the male gaze, a theoretical term coined in 1975 ...

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Kate McKinnon Is a Hungarian Rap Superstar

At this point, we don’t need more proof that Kate McKinnon is an insanely talented comedian and actor who can do it all, but that doesn’t make this clip from her appearance on last night’s Tonight Show any less impressive. ...

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The Real Housewives of New York City Recap: Boat Ride From Hell

I’m just going to come out and say it: the “boat ride from hell” was a little bit of a let down. We’ve all been waiting for this episode for the better part of six months and we were as ...

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Let’s Talk About the Orange Is the New Black Season 6 Finale

Spoilers ahead for Orange Is the New Black season six.Orange Is the New Black’s very existence is predicated on the fact that justice is uneven by design. It’s based on the story of a white upper-class woman who spent a ...

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Aidy Bryant Comedy Shrill Ordered at Hulu

Saturday Night Live star Aidy Bryant is heading to Hulu to star in a new comedy series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the streaming network has given a six-episode order to a show starring Bryant called Shrill, which was put ...

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There’s Reportedly an ALF Reboot in Development

Better go digging through that old bag of stuffed animals in storage. Warner Bros. is reportedly working on a reboot of ALF, the 1990s sitcom about an “Alien Life Form” that eats cats and sets up with a suburban family, ...

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CBS Launches Investigation Into Les Moonves Allegations and ‘Cultural Issues at All Levels’

The CBS board of directors released a statement this evening announcing their retention of an independent investigator to look into the recent allegations against CEO Les Moonves as well as “cultural issues at all levels of CBS.” They also announced ...

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The Sinner Recap: Kid Danger

Essentials for family vacation: mode of transport (check), desired destination (check), all members of family unit (check). So far, the Lowrys — if that is in fact their shared surname — have a leg up on, say, the McCallisters of ...

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