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Cinema Blend: Television

E! Online (US): TV News

Egotastic: TV & Film

  • Trending Trailers Round Up….
    A few of these are from last week, but here are the trending movie trailers. The Green Knight: From Director David Lowery, who I know from directing The Old Man & the Gun and A Ghost Story, comes The Green Knight. The film stars Dev Patel, Alicia Vik…
    - 3 days ago, 17 Feb 20, 12:28pm -
  • Lucy Hale is Katy Keene
    Lucy Hale had a long run on Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars which ran for 7 years, this role gained her a massive teenage girl following so it’s no surprise that the CW has hired her to play Katy Keene in a new Riverdale spin-off series of the sam…
    - 13 days ago, 7 Feb 20, 7:35pm -
  • The Phenomenon – Official Trailer
    They are billing “THE PHENOMENON” as the first high-production documentary to assemble the pieces of the UFO phenomenon. They are packaging it as a a “the people have the right to know” after at least 70 years of documented UFO sightings. Obv…
    - 21 days ago, 30 Jan 20, 3:24pm -
  • The Only Cats Review You Need to See!
    I am sure you have all been seeing all the hype or hate around CATS, which for some reason has become the movie Hollywood seems to hate, despite having put 100 million dollars into it, only to make back a few million back. It is a turn a failure into…
    - 55 days ago, 27 Dec 19, 11:17am -
  • Mr. Skin Minute: Best Full Frontals of the Decade
    This week's first Mr. Skin Minute isn't beating around the bush!The post Mr. Skin Minute: Best Full Frontals of the Decade appeared first on Egotastic - Sexy Celebrity Gossip and Entertainment News.
    - 64 days ago, 18 Dec 19, 12:30pm -
  • Taylor Swift Brings Her Usual Charm and Enthusiasm to ‘Cats’ Premiere
    There were serious doubts as to whether or not the movie musical event of the holiday season, Cats, was actually going to be finished in time for its scheduled release on Friday. Director Tom Hooper showed up to the film’s premiere on Monday night,…
    - 64 days ago, 18 Dec 19, 12:00pm -
  • Daisy Ridley and Keri Russell Show Lots of Leg at ‘Rise of Skywalker’ Premiere
    While the rest of us have to wait until tomorrow night to finally lay eyes on the alleged final film in the Star Wars saga, The Rise of Skywalker, the cast, crew, and various assorted celebrities got to see the flick on Monday night at the film’s w…
    - 64 days ago, 18 Dec 19, 11:00am -
  • Netflix Unveils its First Look at New Children’s Special ‘John Mulaney and the Sack Lunch Bunch’
       The last few years have seen John Mulaney go from relative obscurity to one of the most in-demand comedy minds in the business, and now the funnyman is teaming with Netflix for a new children’s special just in time for Christmas titled John…
    - 64 days ago, 18 Dec 19, 10:00am -
  • Mr. Skin Podcast Ep 180: The Best 2019 Nudecomers

    Mr. Skin Podcast Ep 180: The Best 2019 Nudecomers

    - 65 days ago, 17 Dec 19, 12:30pm -
  • Matthew McConaughey Sells Us on the New Gold Rush in Clip from Guy Ritchie’s ‘The Gentlemen’
       Long ago, Guy Ritchie was the go-to guy for masculine action movies with lots of fast dialogue, frantic editing, and ensemble casts populated with bruisers and hoodlums. Lately, however, he’s been lost in franchise town, trying (and failing)…
    - 65 days ago, 17 Dec 19, 10:00am -

Entertainment Weekly: TV Coverage

GQ: The Stream

  • Tonight's Bar Chatter: Hitchcock and Nabokov Almost Made Movies

    Tonight's Bar Chatter: Hitchcock and Nabokov Almost Made Movies

    Ever find yourself at drinks with a lull in the conversation? We thought so. Every day, we'll post something that will help get the conversation started again. The rest is up to you.Alfred Hitchcock and Vladimir Nabokov are arguably two of the more c…
    - 5 Feb 14, 6:30pm -
  • Tonight's Bar Chatter: The Government is Lazy With Passwords, Too

    Tonight's Bar Chatter: The Government is Lazy With Passwords, Too

    Do you remember your old AIM password? Mine was "john" which is also my first name. I never imagined somebody would ever crack that code. And you know what? They never did. But, then again, who would want to hack into my buddy list? Nobody. It's not…
    - 4 Feb 14, 6:00pm -
  • Rodman Could Be in Legal Trouble, and Other News a Man Needs to Know Today

    Rodman Could Be in Legal Trouble, and Other News a Man Needs to Know Today

    Rodman May Have Violated International LawSo we've all heard about Dennis Rodman's visits to North Korea, but a new piece of news in this story thread: Rodman's lavish gifts to Kim Jong-un may have violated UN and American sanctions against the aut…
    - 24 Jan 14, 2:00pm -
  • Woman of the Week: Jessica Chastain

    Woman of the Week: Jessica Chastain

    Jessica Chastain played the angelic and nameless wife to Brad Pitt in Tree of Life, the completely helpless and utterly amusing housewife in The Help, and the enticing and mysterious love interest in Lawless, and she was really great in all of them…
    - 18 Jan 13, 9:22am -
  • Woman of the Week: Emma Stone

    Woman of the Week: Emma Stone

    Emma Stone has made a career out of being the quirky, slightly nerdy, adorable underdog you just can't help falling in love with (See: Superbad, House Bunny, Zombieland, Easy A, Friends with Benefits, and Crazy, Stupid, Love). Up until now that is.…
    - 11 Jan 13, 7:24am -
  • The GQ+A: TV Critic Alan Sepinwall on the Golden Age of Covering Television

    The GQ+A: TV Critic Alan Sepinwall on the Golden Age of Covering Television

    In The Revolution Was Televised: The Cops, Crooks, Slingers and Slayers Who Changed TV Drama Forever, longtime critic and blogger Alan Sepinwall deftly tells the stories of twelve shows—from Oz to The Wire, Friday Night Lights to Mad Men—that hel…
    - 8 Jan 13, 7:00am -
  • Four Problems with the Trillion Dollar Coin

    Four Problems with the Trillion Dollar Coin

    The last few days have seen a rumbling around the Internet about the U.S. Treasury minting a $1 trillion dollar coin in order to alleviating the debt ceiling/fiscal cliff/that thing you're sick of having explained to you. It turns out that there's…
    - 4 Jan 13, 1:30pm -
  • Make It Stop: The Worst of the Week of 01.04.13

    Make It Stop: The Worst of the Week of 01.04.13

    Just in case you missed it last week, the Insufferability Report has now been officially rebranded. From now on, this space will be called Make It Stop, and we'll be counting down the five things this week that must stop. 1. The sight of Chris…
    - 4 Jan 13, 12:00pm -
  • An Ode to Chuck Bass

    An Ode to Chuck Bass

    As TV bids farewell to its favorite band of entitled trust-funders (and Serena Van Der Woodsen's coverage-resistant cleavage) from Gossip Girl, we'd like to take a moment and pay tribute to a man who introduced a whole new style of Upper East Side d…
    - 27 Dec 12, 8:43am -
  • How to Survive Christmas

    How to Survive Christmas

    As Christmas rapidly approaches, many of you are dreading spending the holidays stuck in a house with your awful relatives. Your brother's bringing his new girlfriend who has a cheek piercing and a kid 13 years younger than she is. Your aunt's new h…
    - 21 Dec 12, 3:40pm -

Hollywood Reporter: TV Reviews

  • 'Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Summer Edition': TV Review

    'Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Summer Edition': TV Review

    Michael Che and Colin Jost get a summer half-hour showcase that feels predictably like a padded Weekend Update segment of 'Saturday Night Live.'read more
    - 10 Aug 17, 10:35pm -
  • 'Get Shorty': TV Review

    'Get Shorty': TV Review

    Epix launches its best series yet with this charming, addictive adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel and 1995 film 'Get Shorty.'read more
    - 7 Aug 17, 2:51pm -
  • 'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later': TV Review

    'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later': TV Review

    'Wet Hot American Summer' returns for its second season on Netflix, and while there are plenty of laughs, there are more slow patches than ever before.read more
    - 3 Aug 17, 4:38pm -
  • 'What Would Diplo Do?': TV Review

    'What Would Diplo Do?': TV Review

    James Van Der Beek's oddball lead performance is a highlight in 'What Would Diplo Do?,' a Viceland comedy still trying to find its own identity.read more
    - 2 Aug 17, 2:00pm -
  • 'The Guest Book': TV Review

    'The Guest Book': TV Review

    TBS' anthology comedy series 'The Guest Book' occasionally charms despite the dearth of guffaws. read more
    - 1 Aug 17, 4:37pm -
  • 'Mr. Mercedes': TV Review

    'Mr. Mercedes': TV Review

    Brendan Gleeson and Harry Treadaway deliver intensity in Audience Network's promisingly adapted Stephen King thriller, 'Mr. Mercedes.'read more
    - 1 Aug 17, 9:30am -
  • 'Atypical': TV Review

    'Atypical': TV Review

    Netflix's newest series, 'Atypical,' stars Jennifer Jason Leigh and Michael Rapaport as the parents of an autistic teen. read more
    - 1 Aug 17, 4:52am -
  • 'The Lowe Files': TV Review

    'The Lowe Files': TV Review

    Bizarre vanity project 'The Lowe Files' showcases Rob Lowe's charms, but offers little else in terms of entertainment. read more
    - 1 Aug 17, 3:37am -
  • 'Manhunt: Unabomber': TV Review

    'Manhunt: Unabomber': TV Review

    Paul Bettany is terrific and Sam Worthington tries hard in 'Manhunt: Unabomber,' Discovery's eight-hour look at FBI attempts to capture the Unabomber.read more
    - 28 Jul 17, 6:25pm -
  • Critic's Notebook: TV's Fabulously Fake Summer

    Critic's Notebook: TV's Fabulously Fake Summer

    Television has long been obsessed with authenticity, but this summer's most vital shows are defined by artifice, embellishment and make-believe. read more
    - 27 Jul 17, 9:45am -
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The A.V. Club: TV Club Reviews

The Guardian: Television + Reviews

  • newHarry Redknapp’s Sandbanks Summer review – utter piffle
    ‘Pull up your pants, this isn’t Southend!’ Watching the ex Spurs manager and chums yucking it up by the genteel seaside will waste your time – and ruin Dorset’s beaches‘I’m sweating my knackers off here,” said Joe Pasquale from inside…
    - 19 hours ago, 19 Feb 20, 3:30pm -
  • How to Stay Out of Jail review – almost miraculously uplifting TV
    Though drunk-drivers and burglars may not sound like the subjects of a remarkably hopeful documentary, this film about a pioneering police scheme will irrigate your spiritWhat’s the opposite of a trigger warning? A joyful vow? A promise of redempti…
    - 2 days ago, 18 Feb 20, 6:00pm -
  • This Country review – farewell to TV's favourite bumpkins
    Like The Office at its best, Daisy May and Charlie Cooper’s Cotswolds-set mockumentary remains hilarious, potent and exquisite right to the endThis Country is such a delicate, fragile thing that I always have the image of its sibling writers and st…
    - 3 days ago, 17 Feb 20, 6:05pm -
  • 'Give me death or freedom' – The Battle for Hong Kong review
    This powerful Dispatches documentary captured the bravery of the anti-extradition protesters – from Momo, whose husband was one of the police, to Lomi, who’s unlikely to see her family againThey are so young and so brave. Maybe you can only be th…
    - 4 days ago, 16 Feb 20, 6:15pm -
  • The week in TV: The Pale Horse; Endeavour; The End; The Split – review
    Sarah Phelps retro-fettles with aplomb in her latest Agatha Christie adaptation; Endeavour hits a tricky 1970; plus, all of life and death – and Harriet Walter – in The EndThe Pale Horse (BBC One) | iPlayerEndeavour (ITV) | ITV HubThe End | Sky A…
    - 4 days ago, 16 Feb 20, 12:30am -
  • This week’s best home entertainment: from Homeland to Hunters
    Clare Danes is back for one final season as a loose-cannon CIA analyst, while Al Pacino stars in a gripping Nazi-hunting thrillerCousins (and real-life siblings) Kurtan and Kerry are back living village life in the Cotswolds and navigating everything…
    - 6 days ago, 14 Feb 20, 7:00am -
  • Visible: Out on Television review – a fabulous history of small-screen gayness
    With jaw-dropping old clips and starry talking heads from Ellen to Oprah, this series shows how far LGBTQ representation has come – and the power TV has to make change There are moments of dark humour in Visible: Out on Television (Apple TV+), but…
    - 6 days ago, 14 Feb 20, 4:00am -
  • Love Is Blind review: toxic, revolting – and totally addictive
    The Netflix dating show that aims to marry off contestants before they even see each other is the final nail in the coffin of civilisation. You won’t be able to turn awayLay in victuals and potable water. Put your cats in a cattery. Hand your child…
    - 7 days ago, 13 Feb 20, 8:00am -
  • Work in Progress review – a brave, painful, hilarious queer comedy
    Despite moments of agony, Abby McEnany’s dramedy never skimps on the gags. If you don’t bark with laughter, please see your doctorIt opens with a laugh, but becomes so bleak and so moving so quickly that, for all our fluidity when it comes to cat…
    - 8 days ago, 12 Feb 20, 5:15pm -
  • High Fidelity review – remake that's too cool for its own good
    Zoë Kravitz takes on John Cusack’s role, relitigating her romantic past to get over a breakup, in this often hollow 10-part Hulu update of the Nick Hornby comedyRob Brooks, the star of Hulu’s reimagining of High Fidelity, is a difficult protagon…
    - 8 days ago, 12 Feb 20, 11:46am -

USA Today: TV


  • Toilet Training Your Puppy - Why Crating is Better

    Toilet Training Your Puppy - Why Crating is Better

    There are many methods you can use for toilet training your puppy. However, crating remains one of the most effective. In fact, crating is so powerful, it is universally recommended by most dog training specialists. To humans this might s…
    - 17 Mar 17, 6:58am -
  • Stopping Puppy Chewing - Different Techniques to Control the Chewing

    Stopping Puppy Chewing - Different Techniques to Control the Chewing

    When one first brings home a new puppy they can almost always expect some degree of chewing. For one thing puppies are generally either going through or have just completed the teething stage of their life and just like a human baby chewi…
    - 17 Mar 17, 6:57am -
  • Stop Puppy from Digging - Giving Puppies a Better Outlet than Digging
    For many puppy owners digging can quickly become a problem. For most dogs the instinct to dig is bred right into their make-up. It can be difficult to stop a puppy from digging, but it can be done.The first thing you need to do is try to fi…
    - 14 Mar 17, 9:00pm -
  • Stop puppy From jumping - Teaching Puppies to Stay “Off”
    Most puppies are just full of energy. They have a tendency to just bounce about the house in a cute manner. However when a puppy starts jumping up on you and others, it may start out as cute, but may turn into a nuisance later on.One re…
    - 13 Mar 17, 3:03pm -
  • The Causes of Scratching in Dogs

    The Causes of Scratching in Dogs

    Dogs scratch for any number of reasons. They generally do it to relieve a real itch – the result of an allergy, a flea bite, or an irritation that they might get from time spent out of the house in water, mud, or other irritants.When…
    - 5 Mar 17, 7:00pm -
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