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Ellen DeGeneres Teaches Honesty To Audience Member Caught On Hidden Camera

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Ellen DeGeneres Teaches Honesty To Audience Member Caught On Hidden Camera

- An Ellen DeGeneres fan learned the hard way that it is best to be honest at all times, well probably more so if one is on the comedian’s hit talk show. In a recent episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the talk show host taught an audience member the value of honesty even when no one seems to be watching just in case the place is rigged with hidden cameras

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Phaedra Parks Brings Special Guy To First TV Appearance Since ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ Departure

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Phaedra Parks Brings Special Guy To First TV Appearance Since ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ Departure

- Phaedra Parks’ days on RHOA may be numbered, but that doesn’t mean that she’s done appearing on reality television. In fact, the mom-of-two just made her debut on another very popular reality show on Friday night—and she wasn’t alone! The disgraced reality star brought along a very special guy to accompany her during her return to reality tv: her son, Ayden! Phaedra and her 7-year old son appeared on the June 22 episode of Big Star, Little Star, a show where celebrities and their kids quiz each other and compete for money in honor of their chosen charity

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Locals on reality shows update: ‘Food Network Star,’ ‘Ink Master’ | Radio and TV Talk

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Locals on reality shows update: ‘Food Network Star,’ ‘Ink Master’ | Radio and TV Talk

- Checking in on the two metro Atlantans on season 13 of “Food Network Star” and so far, so good after three episodes. From the moment bothcaterer Dave “Big Swole” Rose and Rusty Hamlin (Atkins Park, Zac Brown Band) showed up, their outgoing personalities stood out. Weaker contestants are being weeded out quickly. This past Sunday, the teams faced off with “experiential” themes like the jungle and the beach

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What’s on TV Saturday: ‘The Birth of a Nation’ and the America’s Cup

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What’s on TV Saturday: ‘The Birth of a Nation’ and the America’s Cup

- “The Birth of a Nation,” Nate Parker’s directing debut, comes to HBO. And Oracle Team USA defends its title in the 35th America’s Cup. What’s on TV THE BIRTH OF A NATION (2016) Nate Parker directed and stars in this dramatization of the slave rebellion led by Nat Turner in Virginia in 1831, a movie that earned ovations and a lucrative distribution deal at the Sundance Film Festival

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Radio host Joni Deutsch working to raise profile of state's music scene

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Radio host Joni Deutsch working to raise profile of state's music scene

- CHARLESTON - If you're tuned into the West Virginia music scene for even a minute, say the name Joni and everyone knows who you're talking about. It is for "Mountain Stage" that Deutsch will make some radio magic come Sunday, June 25, as she gets the rare opportunity to guest host the FestivALL Charleston-ending program in place of Larry Groce, who has hosted the show exclusively since 1983

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Courtney Kemp of ‘Power’ on Shakespeare and Ghost’s Evolution

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Courtney Kemp of ‘Power’ on Shakespeare and Ghost’s Evolution

- Photo Redemption. That’s the theme of the new season on the crime drama “Power,” according to Courtney Kemp, the showrunner of the series. At the conclusion of Season 3 last September, James St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick), known as Ghost, was caught between his ties to the drug world and the New York nightclub industry, and arrested for the murder of an F

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Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2018 revealed

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Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2018 revealed

- The list of celebs receiving stars on the Walk of Fame is out They have two years in which to hold the ceremony The Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2018 was announced Thursday with inductees from the fields of music, movies, TV, radio and live theater. The 12 celebrities to be honored from the television industry include the late Steve "The Crocodile Hunter" Irwin, Anthony Anderson, Gillian Anderson, Lynda Carter, Simon Cowell, Taraji P

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Celebrity chef Darren Simpson dies in Australia

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Celebrity chef Darren Simpson dies in Australia

- SYDNEY — Darren Simpson, who at 21 became Britain's youngest ever Young Chef of the Year and has been a television chef and food writer, has died in Australia, his family said Friday. Northern Ireland-born Simpson worked at multiple restaurants in London, Ireland and Australia and appeared in Australian television's "My Restaurant Rules," "'Live This," and "Ready Steady Cook." "My uncle Darren has passed away

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Chatter: Netflix and Amazon Still Have Great New Movies and TV Shows Coming This Month

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Chatter: Netflix and Amazon Still Have Great New Movies and TV Shows Coming This Month

- Watching is The New York Times’s TV and film recommendation newsletter and website. Over the course of each month, subscription streaming services add new movies and TV shows to their libraries. Here are the titles we think are most interesting for the last two weeks of June, broken down by service and release date. Click here for the full list of new titles for all of June on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and HBO

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Bill Dana, Comic Best Known for José Jiménez Character, Dies at 92

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Bill Dana, Comic Best Known for José Jiménez Character, Dies at 92

- Photo Bill Dana, a comedian and comedy writer whose most famous character, the bumbling, English-mangling José Jiménez, provoked anger as well as laughter, died on Thursday at his home in Nashville. He was 92. His death was confirmed by his friend Jenni Matz, who is working on a documentary about him. Mr. Dana had been writing for television for several years and performing in nightclubs for nearly a decade when, in 1959, he created José, who appeared for the first time in a sketch on “The Steve Allen Show

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Joel Murray directing indie TV comedy pilot in Chicago about baseball stadium vendors

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Joel Murray directing indie TV comedy pilot in Chicago about baseball stadium vendors

- Joel Murray is in town directing a half-hour indie TV pilot called "Vendors," about a guy who loses his job and his girlfriend and ends up back at his old stomping grounds, working as a vendor at a baseball stadium. Though Murray is known primarily as an actor, over the past 15 years he has quietly built up his resume as a director of TV sitcoms including "Two Broke Girls," "Mike & Molly" and "The Big Bang Theory

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Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin come to grips with ‘GLOW’

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Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin come to grips with ‘GLOW’

- Before there was WWE Divas or the Exotic Ladies of Wrestling, there was “GLOW,” otherwise known as the “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.” A new comedy series dropping Friday on Netflix harks back to the days of that 1980s syndicated TV series and the women who starred in it. “GLOW” tells the fictional story of Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie, “Community,” “Mad Men”), a struggling, out-of-work Los Angeles actress who gets one last chance at stardom as one of the spandex-clad faux competitors on that 1986-89 series

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Cosby's team attacks judge likely to retry him in sex case

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Cosby's team attacks judge likely to retry him in sex case

- NORRISTOWN, Pa. — Bill Cosby, the comedian once known as "America's Dad" for his TV role as paternal Dr. Cliff Huxtable, is declaring victory this Father's Day after a jury deliberated 52 hours without reaching consensus on charges he drugged and molested a woman in 2004. No one from Cosby's real or TV families was in court Saturday when the case ended in a mistrial

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TV highlights for the week of June 18-24

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TV highlights for the week of June 18-24

- SUNDAY. “America’s War on Drugs” is an eight-hour, four-night series that explores how the secret alliances of drug traffickers and covert government operations had unexpected effects on our culture, institutions and politics over the past 50 years. 9 p.m., History Channel. The bizarre first season of “American Gods” calls it a wrap. On the eve of war, Mr. Wednesday needs to recruit one more Old God: Ostara, a

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Cy-Springs Team wins cooking challenge on TV show

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Cy-Springs Team wins cooking challenge on TV show

- Things are heating up in the kitchen for team "School Pride," a team featuring staff and administrators from Cypress Springs High School. The group won a cooking challenge on the June 7 episode of Chef Gordon Ramsay's new food show, "The F Word," a Fox television show. Earlier this year Cheryl Henry, Cy-Springs' principal, learned from her niece about a new Gordon Ramsay show that was seeking contestants

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‘My 600-lb Life’ Steven Update: Assanti Sibling Airs Wish To Host TV Show, Star In A Movie Soon

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‘My 600-lb Life’ Steven Update: Assanti Sibling Airs Wish To Host TV Show, Star In A Movie Soon

- Over the course of its run in TLC, has had its own fair share of unforgettable subjects. Very few, however, could hold a candle to Steven Assanti, who has largely been considered as one of the most abrasive patients ever to be featured in the hit reality TV series. Since appearing on , however, Steven has done a complete turnaround in social media, adopting a kinder, more genuine persona and being more pleasant in general

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TV This Week, June 25-July 1: 'Loving,' 'Prime Suspect: Tennison' and more
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Saturday's TV Highlights and weekend talk shows: 'The Birth of a Nation' on HBO
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What’s on TV Sunday: Season Premieres of ‘Preacher’ and ‘Power’
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Ellen DeGeneres Teaches Honesty To Audience Member Caught On Hidden Camera
Ellen DeGeneres Teaches Honesty To Audience Member Caught On Hidden Camera An Ellen DeGeneres fan learned the hard way that it is best to be honest at all times, well probably more so if one is on the comedian’s hit talk show. In a recent episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the talk show host taught an audience member the value of honesty even when no one seems to be watching just in case the place is rigged with hidden cameras   Read More ...
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Phaedra Parks Brings Special Guy To First TV Appearance Since ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ Departure
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Stephen Colbert announces on Russian TV he's considering running for president in 2020
Stephen Colbert announces on Russian TV he's considering running for president in 2020 Brace yourselves, America: Stephen Colbert is contemplating another run for the White House. Or so he says. The host of CBS' “The Late Show” announced his plans in a way that would make his satirical alter-ego proud: on Russian television. “I am considering a run for president in 2020 and I thought it would be better to cut out the middleman and just tell the Russians myself,” Colbert said in a vodka-soaked appearance on “Evening Urgant,” a talk show inspired by American late night TV and hosted by Ivan Urgant   Read More ...
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The grim video of a Venezuelan protester being shot on live TV
The grim video of a Venezuelan protester being shot on live TV As people watched on live TV, a protester hurled rocks over the fence of La Carlota air base in Caracas. His face was covered by a bandanna, and a knapsack was strapped to his chest. Two soldiers approached, standing just feet away from the riots. Then, one of the officers pulled out a rifle and fired, striking the activist in the chest   Read More ...
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'Survivor' winner's fundraiser now in its 5th year
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Stephen Colbert appears on Russian TV, jokes about Presidential run
Stephen Colbert appears on Russian TV, jokes about Presidential run Stephen Colbert made an appearance on Russian TV, where he appeared to jokingly mull a presidential run. In a video released Friday, Colbert appeared on “Evening Urgant,” a late-night style talk show that airs on Russia’s Channel 1. The back and forth between Colbert and host Ivan Urgant took place partly in Russian, partly in English. In the interview, Colbert and Urgant played a Russian roulette-style drinking game with multiple vodka shots   Read More ...
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Locals on reality shows update: ‘Food Network Star,’ ‘Ink Master’ | Radio and TV Talk
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TV Picks for Friday: “Playing House’
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What’s on TV Saturday: ‘The Birth of a Nation’ and the America’s Cup
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The Latest: Saudi TV shows footage of blasted house in Mecca
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The Latest: Saudi TV shows footage of blasted house in Mecca
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — The Latest on a foiled plot targeting the Grand Mosque in the holy Muslim city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia (all times local): Saudi state television has aired footage after the raid near the Grand Mosque in Mecca, showing police and rescue personnel running through the neighborhood's narrow streets where security forces confronted a suicide bomber   Read More ...
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Radio host Joni Deutsch working to raise profile of state's music scene
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Courtney Kemp of ‘Power’ on Shakespeare and Ghost’s Evolution
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The Latest: Johnny Depp apologizes for 'assassin' comments
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Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2018 revealed
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TV’s ‘Cake Boss’ Buddy Valastro mourns loss of mother to ALS
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Working Hollywood: Writers are the 'labor' and 'leprechauns' behind TV's latest Golden Age
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The Megyn Kelly we’ve seen so far isn’t ready for her close-up
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Celebrity chef Darren Simpson dies in Australia
SYDNEY (AP) — Darren Simpson, who at 21 became Britain’s youngest ever Young Chef of the Year and has been a television chef and food writer, has died in Australia, his family said Friday. Northern Ireland-born Simpson worked at multiple restaurants in London, Ireland and Australia and appeared in Australian television’s “My Restaurant Rules,” ”Live This,” and “Ready Steady Cook.” “My uncle Darren has passed away   Read More ...
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The ’80s-set Netflix wrestling comedy ‘GLOW’ enters the TV ring with female power
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TV Picks for Tuesday: ‘Queen Sugar’ on OWN
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TV Picks for Thursday include premieres of the new ‘Gong Show’ and ‘Boy Band’
“The Gong Show” Premiere of new series based on the original of the same name, created and produced by Chuck Barris, first aired in 1976; hosted by comic Tommy Maitland (rumored to be Mike Myers in disguise), a rotating panel of celebrity judges — in this episode, Will Arnett, Ken Jeong and Zach Galifianakis — evaluate performances by “nontraditionally talented performers” and can end the performance with a gong or let the performer finish for a score, with a $2,000   Read More ...
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TV Picks for June 13: ‘Face Off’
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TV Picks for Wednesday: ‘Little Big Shots: Forever Young’ on KOMO
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TV picks for June 18: John Wayne movie marathon, ‘Veep’
TV picks for June 18: John Wayne movie marathon, ‘Veep’ “My Mother and Other Strangers” on Masterpiece Premiere of new historical drama set during World War II in Northern Ireland, following the Coyne family and their neighbors, whose lives are disrupted when a U.S. Army Air Force of 4,000 servicemen and women set up base in their rural parish. Upcoming stories, many based on events of the time, center on the love story that unfolds between Rose Coyne and the charming USAAF liaison officer, Capt   Read More ...
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TV Picks for June 14: ‘Amazing Monkeys’
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TV Picks for Monday: ‘Better Call Saul’ on AMC
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TV Picks for June 12: ‘So You Think You Can Dance’
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TV Picks for Sunday, June 11: Kevin Spacey hosts the Tony Awards
TV Picks for Sunday, June 11: Kevin Spacey hosts the Tony Awards “The 71st Annual Tony Awards” Kevin Spacey hosts this year’s awards at Radio City Music Hall,honoring excellence on Broadway. Contrasted with last year’s “Hamilton”-dominated honors, this year’s awards are unpredictable. Along with performances from several of this year’s nominated shows, award presenters are scheduled to include Orlando Bloom, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Josh Gad, Taraji P. Henson, Scarlett Johansson, Anna Kendrick, Keegan-Michael Key and Olivia Wilde; 8 p   Read More ...
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Celebrity chef Darren Simpson dies in Australia
Celebrity chef Darren Simpson dies in Australia SYDNEY — Darren Simpson, who at 21 became Britain's youngest ever Young Chef of the Year and has been a television chef and food writer, has died in Australia, his family said Friday. Northern Ireland-born Simpson worked at multiple restaurants in London, Ireland and Australia and appeared in Australian television's "My Restaurant Rules," "'Live This," and "Ready Steady Cook." "My uncle Darren has passed away   Read More ...
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What to watch this week: TV heads back to the 1980s
What to watch this week: TV heads back to the 1980s Nostalgia, thy name is television. Not only are the networks lining up to air shows based on, continuations from, or remakes of shows from the past (witness: “Hawaii Five-0,” “MacGyver,” “Twin Peaks,” “The X-Files,” not to mention updated game shows including “The Gong Show,” “To Tell the Truth” and “The Match Game”), but now sports is getting into the game as well   Read More ...
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Kendra Wilkinson explains her reality TV 'addiction': I was born to do this
Kendra Wilkinson explains her reality TV 'addiction': I was born to do this The California native got her start as one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends on "The Girls Next Door" and later landed her own reality series "Kendra" and "Kendra on Top" after she split from the Playboy founder. Now 32, Wilkinson thinks one of the reasons she's maintained her reality TV stardom is because fans know she's "real." "That's why Kendra is still in the game," Wilkinson told Fox News   Read More ...
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What’s on TV Friday: ‘GLOW’ and Earth, Wind & Fire on ‘CMT Crossroads’
What’s on TV Friday: ‘GLOW’ and Earth, Wind & Fire on ‘CMT Crossroads’ Alison Brie plays a flailing actress turned professional wrestler in “GLOW,” with Jenji Kohan of “Orange Is the New Black” as an executive producer. And Earth, Wind & Fire adds a country twang in “CMT Crossroads.” What’s Streaming GLOW Alison Brie stars as Ruth Wilder, the kind of classically trained actress that casting directors send to calls asking for “real people,” who can’t land a job in 1980s Los Angeles   Read More ...
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Friday's TV highlights: 'Trailblazer Honors' on Logo and VH1
Friday's TV highlights: 'Trailblazer Honors' on Logo and VH1   Read More ...
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Review: Netflix’s ‘Glow’ takes on female pro wrestlers
Review: Netflix’s ‘Glow’ takes on female pro wrestlers In the lovely, lively new Netflix. comedy “GLOW,” which premieres Friday morning a minute after midnight, Alison Brie plays Ruth, a never-hired actress in 1985 Hollywood who stumbles into the world of professional wrestling. Created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, with “Orange Is the New Black” creator Jenji Kohan as an executive producer and contributing writer, the series is, broadly speaking, the story of the creation of a cable TV pilot, “GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling,” set back when cable and wrestling were truly subcultural   Read More ...
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