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Big Brother 16: Episode 8 – A House Divided

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Tonight’s episode picked up right where we left off yesterday towards the end of the Power of Veto ceremony. Shortly after Devin named Zach as the replacement nominee, Brittany stood up and announced she wanted to address something. Before the Power of Veto was used to save Brittany she mentioned that Paola would be her target from here on out. Brittany wanted to touch on that comment and go further into detail. She basically called Paola out for throwing the Battle of the Block competition, Paolo rebutted claiming she lied about throwing it and then Zach threw in his two cents. Zach made it clear if he stayed Devin was his number one target. Whilst ranting about how much Zach dislikes Devin he threw Caleb and Frankie’s name into the mix. This put a major strain on the #zankie showmance as Frankie felt that Zach but his game in jeopardy. They are the cutest couple in the world. When Zach was apologizing to Frankie for throwing him under the bus I was melting. “I’m not gay but the bond we have, I truly feel like he’s my boyfriend,” said Zach and they act like it. #Zankieforever

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The 2014 Primetime Emmy Nominations & Snubs

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The 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards nominations were announced this morning at the TV Academy in North Hollywood. HBO, once again, reigns supreme beating out rival networks with 99 total nominations. Silicon Valley, The Normal Heart, Veep, True Detective and naturally Game of Thrones all being recognized by the Academy. Behind it were CBS with 47 noms, NBC with 46, and FX with 45.

In terms of individual shows, Game of Thrones is this year’s most nominated program. Close behind were Fargo and American Horror Story: Coven with 18 and 17 nominations respectively. I was pleasantly surprised to see Adam Driver (Girls) and Lizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex) get some love.

On the flip side, Modern Family‘s Ed O’Neill, Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara were snubbed. Also missing out were The Blacklist‘s James Spader and The Orphan Black‘s Tatiana Maslany. How many characters does the latter have to play to get some Emmy lovin’.

The Americans, Sons of Anarchy and The Good Wife also missed out in the big categories. The latter’s omission certainly hurts given no broadcast shows made the Best Drama cut. Arguably, the CBS program had one of its best creative years ever.

Winners will be announced at the 66th annual Primetime Emmys ceremony on August 25, to be hosted by Seth Meyers. Check out the rest of the nominations below.

check out the nominations in the main categories after the jump

Robbie Amell Joins Arrow Spinoff The Flash

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Robbie Amell wasn’t in the unemployment line for very long. Even though The CW canceled The Tomorrow People, network execs are smart enough to know they have a star on their hands. Wisely, they quickly snatched the 26-year-old actor for another program on their schedule.

Amell is joining The Flash on a recurring basis. He’ll play Ronnie Raymond aka Firestorm and make his first appearance during the third episode. With Robbie now part of the DC universe, fingers crossed he appears with his cousin Stephen Amell during a special Arrow-Flash crossover episode. Shirtless preferably ;)

“Geoff Johns, Andrew Kreisberg and myself designed the pilot and series to include Ronnie (aka Firestorm) — and to actually have someone with Robbie’s talent playing the role is beyond exciting. We can’t wait for viewers and fans of the character to check it out,” – executive producer Greg Berlanti

learn more about Firestorm and watch extended trailer after the jump

Big Brother 16: Episode 7 – Deal With The Devil

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Naturally after days of watching it slowly unravel, members of the Bomb Squad finally decide to confront Devin about his behavior, this coming after days of paranoia and personal vendettas. The last straw was when Devin silenced Brittany in the HOH room after nominations; Caleb would not stand for someone disrespecting his Queen like that. Caleb confronted Devin in the backyard about the way he talks to the female members of the Bomb Squad and talked about Brittany’s nominations being strictly personal. Devin is quick to pop his top and call an end the bomb squad. Not surprising it was more on a hiatus because shortly after the blow up Caleb apologized and shared that some people in the alliance want Devin gone.

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The American Beauty star is about to get a little freaky for Ryan Murphy. reports that Wes Bentley is the latest addition to the American Horror Story family. He’ll appear on the special two-part Halloween episode of Freak Show.

His role of Eddie is reportedly going to torment Kathy Bates’ character. He’s from her past and is hell-bent on exacting a little vengeance. For what? No details have been revealed. But in the twisted minds of Murphy and his team, expect the unexpected, especially for the upcoming circus-themed anthology.

Bentley’s episode will air on October 21 and 28. Excited about Bentley’s addition? He joins Michael Chiklis as one of the newbies this season. They’ll join returning favorites including Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett and Frances Conroy. Weigh in below.


Though not confirmed by ABC yet, everyone’s talking about Rosie O’Donnell’s return to The View. Naturally, her former co-host and often combatant Elisabeth Hasselbeck has a few words to say about the situation.

Not even a stay-cation could prevent Hasselbeck from chiming in. She called into Fox & Friends‘ Wednesday’s show from home. Not surprisingly, she didn’t have too many positive words about Rosie’s comeback. She even suspects that this has been in the works for some time now, stating Barbara Walters’ farewell episode was more like O’Donnell’s “hello show.” Listen to her thoughts below, along with what Rosie told her during Walters farewell show.

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Sean Hayes Joins CBS Sitcom

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The biggest takeaway from Sean Hayes‘ failed sitcom, Sean Saves The World, is that Hayes is better suited in a supporting role as opposed to headlining a show. Rival network CBS seems to agree with that as well. The eye network’s sitcom, The Millers, has scooped up the 44-year-old actor.

Sean will play Kip Withers, Carol Miller’s (Margo Martindale) new best friend and source of friction for her son, Nathan (Will Arnett). Uh oh, I wonder how Karen Walker feels about this. Wouldn’t it be great if Megan Mullally eventually makes an appearance. I’d love for Mullally and Martindale to go head-to-head for Hayes’ affection.

“After years of being a fan and hearing from others how wonderful he is to work with, I couldn’t be more excited about Sean Hayes joining ‘The Millers,’ ” said Greg Garcia, series creator and executive producer, in a statement. “The thought of he and Margo Martindale as BFF’s makes me smile every time I think about it. We’re only just getting started, and writing this season’s stories has been a blast.”

What do you think of Hayes playing the best friend once again? I wonder if his character will be gay or straight? Do you watch The Millers? I don’t because Arnett gives me gas but I might have to check it out now that Sean is part of the cast. Weigh in below.


FX was to debut the first teaser during Tyrant tonight, but has released the Sons of Anarchy clip early.

Titled “Hell Awaits,” the 20-second video shows Jax (Charlie Hunnam) riding at night. At one point, his face fades to a skull and back again. Does this mean his character is in danger of being killed during the show’s final season?

In other SOA-related news, a major rocker is heading to the show for a guest appearance. Find out who below.

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