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Even though Archie Panjabi left The Good Wife months ago, it appears her feud with Julianna Margulies isn’t going to die anytime soon. Archie just called out her former co-star as a liar on Twitter. There’s definitely no love lost between these two actresses.

For years, rumored real-life tensions between Panjabi and Margulies led to their characters becoming estranged. When it came to Panjabi’s last episode, many fans hoped that the two would bury the hatch and film one last scene together. Instead, the infamous split-screened reunion came to be.

In a recent interview with Vulture, Margulies addresses the feud and that infamous scene.

“Right, I’ve heard about [the feud]. Who says that? It’s totally gossip,” Margulies said. “I heard that question had been asked to Robert King. There’s no story there, sorry … I actually had heard [that rumor] and I feel that it has been talked about and answered. I feel people just like to have gossip or make something into something that isn’t there. There’s no animosity on my part. It’s a shame, because I wonder if it was two men, when one finds out that he fucked his best friend’s wife, if it would get that same attention, you know what I mean?”

When it came to talking about their final scene together, here’s the truth according to Julianna.

check out Panjabi’s tweet after the jump


For their last HBO series, Boardwalk Empire, it was all about mobsters and politicians in Atlantic City during the Prohibition era. Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter time travels to the 1970s this time around to put the spotlight on the New York music scene during that era. As with several of Scorsese’s previous work, the mob and organized crime play a factor.

Vinyl finds Scorsese and Winter teaming up with Mick Jagger for the period piece about sex and rock ‘n roll. Bobby Cannavale headlines the cast, playing Richie Finestra, a record executive trying to resurrect his label American Century. Olivia Wilde and Ray Romano play his wife and confidant respectively.

Vinyl’s ten-episode season begins in January 2016. Check out the latest trailer below.

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CBS Developing MacGyver Reboot

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Best.News.Ever!!! MacGyver was one of my favorite shows from my childhood. Dude could diffuse a bomb with just a paperclip or create a smoke distraction using everyday kitchen supplies. Sadly though, I made the mistake of rewatching the series a few years back. Love the show but some series don’t age very well. That’s exactly why this reboot is absolutely perfect. Think of all the things he can fashion with today’s technology.

Furious 7 and Insidious director James Wan is executive producing the project and directing the pilot. Henry Winkler, who exec produced the original series, is also on board to serve in the same capacity.

“A reimagining of the television series of the same name, following a 20-something MacGyver as he gets recruited into a clandestine organization where he uses his knack for solving problems in unconventional ways to help prevent disasters from happening.” – CBS

The original MacGyver ran for seven season on ABC from 1982-1992. Several attempts have been made to bring back the series both on the small and big screen, but no avail. Given Hollywood’s current love for all things nostalgic like Full House, Twin Peaks, Prison Break and The Muppets, it appears this time it actually might happen.

Are you excited at the prospect for a new and updated MacGyver? Weigh in below after checking out some memorable moments from the original series.

check out some of MacGyver’s best moments after the jump


What’s Swiftmas you ask? The first-ever event last year found Taylor Swift hand-picking gifts for a few very lucky fans. She even delivered them in person. The entire thing was captured on film and edited into a mini-documentary.

Being the pop culture aficionado that he is, Ryan Murphy chose to incorporate Swift’s giving ways on the upcoming Halloween episode of Scream Queens. But obviously, with his signature dark twisted take on things.

Instead of your typical gifts, Chanel Oberlin, played deliciously by Emma Roberts, gives her social media followers creepier presents. From cruel notes to faux bloodied body parts, the sorority president goes all out. Check out the first ever Chanel-O-Ween celebration below.

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CBS Renews Zoo For A Second Season

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James Wolk has finally done it. The 30-year-old actor has notoriously bad luck when picking projects in the past. FOX’s Lone Star and CBS’ The Crazy Ones are just two shows that were canceled after one season. Georgetown never even saw the light of day on ABC. Success at long last. Wolk will finally get to see what a second season tastes like.

CBS decided to renew its summer series Zoo for a sophomore run. The show adapted from a James Patterson novel debuted in June to 8.18 million viewers and a 1.2 in the 18–49 demographic. It ended its freshman season with 4.81 million viewers and 0.9 in the rating. With Under The Dome canceled, prospects looked good for Zoo to return. The future of Extant, however, is still unknown.

“Zoo’s thrilling stories clicked with audiences each week during a very competitive summer,” said Glenn Geller, president of CBS Entertainment. “We’re excited for viewers to see where our talented writers and cast take them as the adventure continues to unfold during season two in the ultimate fight of man vs. beast.”

Did you watch Zoo? I did and actually enjoyed the first half of the season. The second half, especially the season finale was a bit of a letdown. Weigh in below.


The storylines on the borderline campy series are ridiculous, but insane dialogue like “Mother’s vagina? Deal breaker!” along with the one-two punch of hunky blond studs William Moseley (above) and Tom Austen make The Royals watchable. Austen who plays royal bodyguard SLASH sex toy is my favorite and hopefully there’s plenty more of the 27-year-old actor in Season 2.

Prince Liam and Princess Eleanor plot to take down their uncle, King Cyrus, in Season 2. But they’re not the only ones after him. In the clip, we see Joan Collins, who returns for another guest stint, smash a vase over his head. The E! guilty pleasure returns on November 15. Check out the latest trailer below.

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With just one week to go before the fifth season of American Horror Story premieres, Ryan Murphy has premiered the opening credits for his FX horror anthology. As usual, the title sequence is one creepy and bloody affair.

As with every year, Murphy teases the credits are filled with clues for the upcoming season. We already know Wes Bentley plays a detective who visits the Hotel Cortez to track down a serial killer known as The Ten Commandments Killer. Ergo all the biblical references in the clip.

Watch the credits below and see if you can pick up on any other clues slash spoilers. American Horror Story: Hotel creeps back on television on October 7 on FX.

check out the opening credits after the jump


FOX is inching ever so close to completing the cast for its ambitious live production of Grease. Today’s announcement includes two Pink Ladies and a T-Bird.

Fresh off her Broadway stint as Cinderella, Carly Rae Jepsen has been tapped to play everyone’s favorite beauty school dropout. The 29-year-old will don a pink wig to play Frenchy. Absolutely inspired casting if you ask me.

The “Run Away With You” singer joins previously announced cast members Julianne Hough as Sandy, Aaron Tveit as Danny, Vanessa Hudgens as Rizzo, Carlos PenaVega as Kenickie and Keke Palmer as Marty.

Find out how Jessie J is involved after the jump, along with two more casting announcements.

check out the other cast members after the jump

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