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After more than 70 million votes cast by fans this year, the 2015 People’s Choice Awards nominations have been unveiled. Mom stars Anna Faris and Allison Janney announced the nominees earlier today and will also reveal the winners when they host the ceremony airing on CBS on January 7, 2015. The annual event celebrates favorites from the movies, television and music.

Shailene Woodley and Channing Tatum lead the pack in the movie categories. With two hit films under her belt in 2014 (Divergent and The Fault In our Stars) Woodley scores four nods. Meanwhile, Tatum earned his three nominations all from 22 Jump Street.

In TV, Grey’s Anatomy, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries lead the pack with the most nominations. The awards show has a couple of fun categories including “Favorite TV Character We Miss Most” and “Favorite TV Icon.”

With regards to music, Sam Smith is tops with four nominations, including “Breakout Artist.” Newbie Meghan Trainor also received some love for her infectious “All About The Bass.” Check out all the nominations below. To make your voice heard, click here for your favorites.

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Off the heels of Chris Rock generating the best Saturday Night Live ratings since February, the show reveals Cameron Diaz and Woody Harrelson have been tapped to host in November. Like Rock, both Diaz and Harrelson have hosted previously.

To promote the next installment of The Hunger Games, the former Cheers star heads to Studio 8H on November 15. This will mark his third time on the show. The last time more than two decades ago in 1992. The musical guest for his episode will be Kendrick Lamar.

Cameron notches her fourth time at bat on the November 22 show. She previously hosted in 2005. With her turn as Miss Hannigan in the Annie remake coming in December, I expect a sketch inspired by the musical to part of the show. Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson will team up as the musical guests. Fingers crossed the “Treasure” singer revisits “Sad Mouse.” Mars killed that during his previous visit.

Which episode do you think will garner better ratings and funnier skits? Sound off below.

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Kinda of a random bunch, isn’t it? Especially KISS‘ inclusion. I never thought I’d see the day the legendary rock band would take part in the family-friendly affair, but that day is here.

Organizers have announced the full line-up taking part in the 88th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The magic Parade’s famed line-up this year features 16 giant character balloons; 33 novelty/ornament balloons, balloonicles, balloonheads and trycaloons; 27 floats; 1,300 cheerleaders and dancers; 1000 clowns; 12 marching bands; and a host of celebrity performers. Making their debuts as giant balloons are Paddington Bear, Pokémon’s Pikachu, Pillsbury Doughboy, the Red Power Ranger, Eruptor from Skylanders, and Thomas the Tank Engine. Check out the full list of performers below.

“This is a record breaking year for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, as we debut the largest new cast of giant character balloons ever assembled, along with five amazing new floats. Tens of millions of spectators will be amazed by what we have in store,” said Amy Kule, executive producer of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. “In addition to an incredible line up of celebrity performers, America’s best high school and college marching bands, hundreds of dancers, cheerleaders, clowns, and balloon handlers, we are adding some new layers of interactivity to the Parade for the first time this year. From live cameras on a float capturing special moments along the route to incredible 360-degree panoramic photos where fans can find themselves part the action, and finally, through our Confetti Carpet, the behind the scenes look at the starting line with our celebrity performers; we are bringing the Macy’s Parade closer to audiences in New York City and in homes across the country.”

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After a somewhat lackluster fourth season, the ladies of Beverly Hills are back and even more dramatic than ever. Producers brought in two veteran soap stars to replace Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giruad. Days Of Our Lives actresses Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson bring their daytime talents to nighttime and based on the first trailer, they definitely deliver. These two are going to raise some major ruckus.

Rinna makes it clear why she signed on to do the show. “I’ll do anything to make a buck,” she says in the promo. “I don’t say no very much. I say, ‘Yes.’” Good for her for being honest.

It appears Rinna goes head-to-head with Kim Richards while Davidson’s foe seems to be Brandi Glanville. The former Mrs. Cibrian is shown throwing a glass of wine at her. But it appears Brandi’s flair for dramatics don’t end with just Eileen. She’s seen pushing Kyle Richards and slapping Lisa Vanderpump. That’s right… Vanderpump gets bitch slapped.

Also making appearances this season are original housewives Adrienne Maloof, Camille Grammer, and Taylor Armstrong. I can’t wait to see Maloof interact with both Glanville and Vanderpump. If you recall, she was fired from the show after refusing to face her rivals on the Season 3 reunion show. RHOBH Season 5 premieres Tuesday, November 18. Check out the exciting trailer below.

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Are you still watching Gotham? I’m about four episodes behind myself but plan on catching up soon enough. Especially given this latest development.

Executive producer Danny Cannon reveals that another one of Batman’s famous foes will be heading to the series soon. There’s already Penguin, Catwoman and the Riddler and soon enough, Scarecrow will be in the mix. The villain, who was portrayed by Cillian Murphy in the Dark Knight trilogy, is the latest DC Comics character to arrive in Gotham.

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FOX Cancels Utopia

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Both ABC and NBC have dropped some dead weight from their schedules and now it’s FOX’s turn to lighten its load. The network finally pulled the plug on the underperforming Utopia. Long overdue if you ask me. I’ll pretty much any reality show, but I only got through the first ten minutes of the premiere before switching channels for good. It was that awful IMHO.

The reality experiment stranded a group of people in a remote location in California to build a perfect society. The series intended to follow their progress for a year. But I guess we’ll never know if they would’ve succeeded since the cord was cut just two months into it.

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Since leaving the show in 1993, Chris Rock has surprisingly only hosted Saturday Night Live once. That was back in 1996 with The Wallflowers as the musical guest. This weekend, the 49-year-old comedian returned for a second time.

Rock kicked off the show with a controversial opening monologue. He delivered jokes about the Boston Marathon bombings, anti-gun regulations, the commercialization of Christmas and 9/11. Rock joked the corporate sponsor of the rebuilt Twin Towers should be Target. Too soon?

The political trend continued throughout the show. ISIS appeared in pitch perfect parody of ABC’s hit show Shark Tank. The terrorist group were seeking a $400 million investment for a 1 percent stake in their organization. The cast perfectly embodied the sharks.

Another highlight was a mock advert promoting a new drug called Swiftamine. It’s targeted at adults who experience vertigo after enjoying a Taylor Swift song.

Check out the hilarious clip and the others below, along with a medley performed by the one and only Prince. In a first for the show, he performed one eight-minute performance as opposed to taking to the stage twice for two four-minute sets.

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NBC Cancels ‘A To Z’ & ‘Bad Judge’

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Television viewers have not fallen in love with romantic comedies this season. ABC’s Manhattan Love Story was the first casualty this Fall. Now it’s NBC’s turn to break up.

The network ended its courtship with A To Z. The comedy starring Mad Men‘s Ben Feldman and How I Met Your Mother‘s Cristin Milioti failed to woo many viewers. The most recent episode only managed to attract 2.6 million viewers and a paltry 0.7 rating in the coveted 18-49 demo.

A To Z wasn’t the only show to receive bad news on Halloween. The peacock network put the nail in the coffin to another freshman comedy, Bad Judge. The Kate Walsh show fared better than A To Z with 4 million viewers and a 0.9 rating for its most recent outing, but wasn’t enough for network execs to save it. Both shows faced difficult competition from ABC’s powerhouse, Scandal.

Fans of either show can still catch new episodes for the next few weeks. NBC revealed they will air all 13 episodes they’ve ordered. Though unlikely, if ratings pick up, the network might have a change of heart. I don’t see that happening though. For now, they’re dead shows walking.

Will you miss either show? What show do you think will get axed next? Sound off below.

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