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God help us all. Look what OJ Simpson started. CBS is now jumping on the true-crime bandwagon.

The eye network is reportedly developing a limited series event about the JonBenet Ramsey murder case. The series would unite the original team of investigators as well as new experts to re-examine the unsolved 1996 case of the 6-year-old girl found dead in her Boulder, Colorado home, according to Entertainment Weekly. This Christmas will mark the 20th anniversary of her death.

This news comes on the heels of NBC launching a new anthology series, Law & Order: True Crime. Its first season will focus on the Menendez Brothers murder case. The FX series that started this new wave, American Crime Story, will focus on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, for its second season.

Which upcoming true-crime series interests you more, CBS’ JonBenet Ramsey murder or NBC’s Menendez Brothers case? Weigh in below.


I’m going to make this short and sweet for now as I have to head out for a birthday dinner. Until I write my commentary, check out all the performances on the American Idol series finale. It was an epic trip down memory lane with all the original judges reuniting for one last time. Check out all the action below. I’ll upload missing vids later.

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They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and that’s exactly what NBC is doing.

On the heels of FX’s successful American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, the peacock network has greenlit a Law & Order anthology series based on true crimes. To be fair, Dick Wolf has been ripping from the headlines years before Ryan Murphy’s hit series captured the nation.

Learn below what real-life crime Law & Order: True Crime will tackle for its first installment.

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Kevin Spacey is as happy as a clam. Just look at that smile. You’d be too if you were front row and center for this eye-popping show.

The 56-year-old recently appeared on a popular Italian talent show titled Amici di Maria De Filippi. Set to Britney Spears’ “Get Naked (I Got A Plan),” a crew of hunky Italian men performed a sultry routine in their individual cubicles. Bet hump day at your office never looked like this.

Check out the sexy striptease below led by ballet dancer Gabrielle Esposito.

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If you enjoyed The Late Late Show skit featuring John Stamos and Julianne Moore channeling their inner soap opera stars while reciting Taylor Swift lyrics, you’ll enjoy this new episode of The Bold & The Lyrical.

James Corden convinced his guests on Tuesday night to participate in the Justin Bieber-inspired soap. Salma Hayek stars as a maneater juggling her multiple men– Ray Romano, Gary Oldham and Corden.

Watch all the drama unfold featuring The Biebs’ songs including “Baby,” “Boyfriend,” Love Yourself” and “Sorry” to name a few. My favorite moments were watching Salma recite “Sorry” and Ray ‘accidentally’ bring up a One Direction track. The horror!!!

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Grimm Earns A Sixth Season Renewal

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Portland will continue to be weird for at least another year. NBC announced it renewed Grimm for a sixth season.

“We absolutely love what our producers and cast have accomplished over the past five seasons,” NBC Entertainment Jennifer Salke says in a statement. “They have created a whole new world of creatures and have a truly devoted fan base. We can’t wait to see what comes next.”

The supernatural series has been averaging roughly four million viewers weekly with a 0.9 demo rating. Not too shabby for a veteran show airing on Friday nights. When DVR playback is factored in, it increases by 61 and 90 percent to 6.4 million and 1.7 rating respectively.

Grimm joins previously renewed shows Shades of Blue, The Blacklist, Superstore, Chicago PD, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Blindspot. The fates of Telenovela, You Me and the Apocalypse, Undateable, Heartbeat, The Mysteries of Laura, Crowded and The Carmichael Show are still unknown.

I practically broke up with the show over a year ago, but then one lazy rainy weekend recently, I decided to clear out all the backlogged episodes on my digital recorder. The romance between Nick (David Giuntoli) and Adalind (Claire Cofee) renewed my interest. Love them together. Naturally, this renewal makes me happy. I’m hooked again.

Do you watch Grimm? Glad that Portland’s Scooby Gang will continue to hunt Wesens? Sound off below.


This just made my day. Fingers crossed, his appearance is more than simply just walking on stage. God dang it, I want an encore performance of “She Bangs.”

William Hung never passed the audition rounds of American Idol Season 3, but he secured a record deal nonetheless. In fact, he’s probably sold more albums than some of the more recent Idol winners. That’s how powerful the once-mighty FOX show was.

These days, Hung can be found working at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Reportedly, he’s a technical crime analyst for them. Find out below, which ‘infamous’ personality from the show’s past is also returning for the farewell episode.

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“Couldn’t we fight for the right to masturbate after lunch?” Preach!!! That’s just one of the zingers we can expect when Grace & Frankie return May 6 on Netflix. I can’t wait.

After a rough time dealing with their husbands leaving them last season, our beloved sassy seniors are finding their groove. Not only with living each other but also dipping back into the dating pool. Jane Fonda gets some action from Sam Elliott while Lily Tomlin stalks someone at the farmer’s market.

Brooklyn Decker, Ethan Embry, Baron Vaughn, June Diane Raphael, Martin Sheen and Sam Waterson all return for another go-round. Get your first look below at the comedy’s sophomore season.

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