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It appears that Ryan Murphy is taking the same approach to promote American Crime Story as he has in the past for his other FX anthology series by releasing a bunch of teasers. The prior one featured the voices of the major players involved in the infamous OJ Simpson trial. This new one puts the spotlight on the only witness of the murder.

During the infamous double murder trial of the century, it was noted that Nicole Brown Simpson’s dog lead her neighbor to the body. Bloody paw prints from the dog were also found on the scene, leading to the assumption that the canine witnessed the murder.

The eerie new teaser shows a dog on Bundy Drive outside Brown’s Brentwood condo. Watch the teaser below.

Show Synopsis

American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, the first installment of the new limited series from prolific producer Ryan Murphy, will debut on FX in early 2016 with an all-star cast portraying the key figures in the infamous O.J. Simpson murder trial. The cast includes Cuba Gooding Jr. as O.J. Simpson, John Travolta as defense attorney Robert Shapiro, David Schwimmer as defense attorney Robert Kardashian, Sarah Paulson as prosecutor Marcia Clark, Courtney B. Vance as defense attorney Johnnie Cochran, and Bruce Greenwood as Los Angeles County District Attorney Gil Garcetti.

Based on the book The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson by Jeffrey Toobin, the limited series is a look at the O.J. Simpson trial told from the perspective of the lawyers. It explores the chaotic behind-the-scenes dealings and maneuvering on both sides of the court, and how a combination of prosecution overconfidence, defense shrewdness, and the LAPD’s history with the city’s African-American community gave a jury what it needed: reasonable doubt.

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Next to that gruesome scene involving Max Greenfield getting raped with a conical dildo, the bloody fourgy montage featuring Matt Bomer and Lady Gaga was the most insane thing on the premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel. I didn’t know whether to be disgusted or turned on. Right?

The 37-year-old actor stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk about filming that wild scene including fun anecdotes about downtime in between takes. Check out the interview below.

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Plenty of America’s Next Top Model purists don’t love the fact men are now included in the modeling competition. Personally, I love it. Especially this particular cycle. Tyra Banks has outdone herself with the quality of men. While my personal favorite is golden-haired Mikey Heverly, hearing impaired Nyle DiMarco is a close second. He’s sex on a stick.

Like many, I assumed he was straight. Imagine my surprise and delight, when the 26-year-old stunner came out (sorta). A German fan recently tweeted DiMarco if he was into “boys or girls?” DiMarco replied “fluid” and linked to an article entitled, “How Fluid Sexuality Fits into the LGBTQIA+ Spectrum.” Not that us mere mortals have a shot in hell snagging Nyle, but at least now it’s not impossible 😉

For those who don’t know what the sexy beast that is Nyle, check out plenty of pics below. If you’re not watching Cycle 22, make sure you do. The drama, quality of the photoshoots and contestants are on point this cycle. ANTM airs on Friday on The CW.

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Those Brits really know how to promote a season premiere.

The network airing The Walking Dead, NOW TV, crafted a clever campaign to kick off Season 6. They enlisted McFly drummer Harry Judd to become the face of Obfleshion – Eau de Walker. The fictional cologne guarantees it’ll repel zombies with its “putrid unisex scent that mimics the smell of decaying flesh.”

Not only does the campaign consist of Calvin Klein-esque pictures featuring Judd sans shirt but also a commercial. Check out the clip below where Harry is being hunted down by a female walker, along with several promo pics.

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With exception to the premiere, my favorite week of every season of Dancing With The Stars is the Switch-Up week. After weeks of dancing with the same partner and building a rapport, the celebs are taken out of their comfort zone and paired up with a new professional. People Magazine has uncovered how viewers voted. Check out the new pairings below.

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We’re just a few months away from Netflix’s revival of Full House. I’ve been watching some old episodes recently of the TGIF sitcom in preparation of the arrival of Fuller House. It’ll be interesting to see if production attempts to go a bit edgier with the spin-off or play it safe like the original. Here’s hoping they take some chances.

The reboot follows DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron-Bure) raising her children after recently being widowed. Her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend and fellow mother Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) move in to help her out. Speaking of Gibbler, somehow the Tanners’ annoying neighbor convinced a sexy Latin hunk to marry her. Find out below who producers cast.

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James Corden has hit another ball out the park. He’s by far, my favorite late night talk show host of the moment. He continually cracks me up with his stunts.

For his latest masterpiece, The Late Late Show host crafted a soap opera titled The Bold and The Lyrical based on Taylor Swift lyrics, ranging from “Love Story” to “Wildest Dreams” and everything in between. Who knew her songs would make excellent soap opera dialogue?

Julianne Moore is excellent in the sketch, proving exactly why she won that Oscar. My favorite part involved Corden and John Stamos reciting “Shake It Off” lines back and forth. Check out the campy hilarity below.

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ABC Family Being Rebranded As Freeform

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Starting in 2016, ABC Family will be no more. Fear not though. All your favorite shows including Pretty Little Liars, The Fosters, Young and Hungry and Baby Daddy are staying put. It’s just the network, moving forward will be called Freeform. Network president Tom Ascheim made the announcement on Tuesday.

“Freeform evokes the spirit and adventure of our audience,” said Ascheim, in a release. “Freeform will deliver new, exciting original content as well as all the favorite shows our viewers already love on ABC Family.”

The relaunch marks a continued effort to evolve the young-skewing network past traditional family viewing and toward its target audience of “Becomers.” What’s a ‘Becomer’ you ask? ABC Family execs introduced the term at this year’s Upfront presentation.

“The most important question that young people ask themselves as they’re going from high school to their thirties is, ‘Who am I becoming?’ So we call the life stage ‘becoming’ and the people going through it Becomers,” Ascheim explains. Freeform “builds on ABC Family’s existing strategy of super serving ‘Becomers’ – a life stage that spans people who are 14-34” — who are “navigating the wonderful, fun, exciting, and scary time in life when you experience the most firsts – first car, first apartment, first job, first love, first heartbreak – all the firsts that exists between who they are and who they want to become.”

As someone who watches Pretty Little Liars and Baby Daddy, I agree the network name ABC Family didn’t really fit. With that being said, I’m not sure I love Freeform much better. Check out the promo video below and weigh in on the new name change afterward.

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