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Who doesn’t want to escape their mundane of their every day life and spend the summer at a top gay beach destination!? Now’s your chance. Here are the details on a new show that is casting and potentially looking for YOU:

“A celebrity-run production company, with projects on major TV networks, is seeking gay men in their twenties and thirties who want to spend their summer at a top gay getaway.

With plans to tape summer 2016, this documentary mini-series will follow a group of young professionals who leave behind the stress and grind of their big city lives and escape to an aspirational gay vacation destination. With a focus on summer life outside the city, the series will look through the eyes of friends, acquaintances and strangers alike as they experience the summer of their lives.”

Has that piqued your interest?

Check out the flyer for how to apply after the jump…


I have plenty of TV guilty pleasures and Freeform, formerly known as ABC Family, is responsible for a few of them. What can I say? I love me some Baby Daddy and Pretty Little Liars.

The network’s first series under its new rebranding, Shadowhunters, joins that list. The fantasy series is adapted from the young adult novel series The Mortal Instruments. The movie was a bust, but it works on the small screen.

All season long, I’ve been waiting for Magnus Bane and Alec Lightwood, played by Harry Shum Jr. and Matthew Daddario respectively, to act on their building sexual tension. On the penultimate episode of the first season, it finally happened.

As Alec was about to marry some chick, he realized his true feelings and left her at the alter to lock lips with his man. Check out the epic moment below.

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As the Season 6 premiere of Game of Thrones approaches, everyone can’t wait to see the aftermath of last year’s explosive finale. You don’t have to wait until April 24 to find out the fate of Jon Snow. America’s favorite funny lady, Amy Schumer, has the goods.

The 34-year-old comedian serves major Thrones realness by rocking long blond locks while sitting on a horse. All this work to promote the return of Inside Amy Schumer on April 21. Forget the HBO fantasy drama, TV’s most anticipated show is the Comedy Central sketchy comedy. Check out the fun promo below.

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When FOX revealed which former alums were set to appear on the series finale of American Idol, there was one notable exception. Nowhere to be found on the long list was Jennifer Hudson. How could the singing competition sail off into the sunset with their solo Oscar winner? Unthinkable!!!

Thankfully, all is right in the world again. FOX confirmed the Dreamgirls actress will appear. Sadly though, it’ll be a pre-taped performance since the 34-year-old entertainer is currently starring on Broadway in The Color Purple. While I would’ve preferred to see Hudson stand with all the alums on stage, I’ll take this as a consolation prize.

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Netflix April 2016: New & Expiring Titles

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With the weather getting nicer and days getting longer, it’s time to start enjoying the outdoors. For those who just want to still chill indoors, Netflix has plenty of new titles to watch for those mellow nights. On the flip side, that also means a bunch are leaving as well.

The memorable titles arriving for April 2016 include Boogie Nights, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Erin Brockovich, Deep Impact, The Running Man, V for Vendetta and my personal favorite, The Princess Bride. Love that movie.

In terms of Netflix original series, the month sees the arrival of Ashton Kutcher’s new series, The Ranch. The comedy reunites him with his That 70’s Show co-star, Danny Masterson.

Also new on the docket is the sophomore run of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. It’ll be interesting to see if Tina Fey pushes the envelope further this time around. The first season was intended to air on NBC before Netflix purchased it. I have no doubt Fey probably restrained herself with broadcast network regulations in mind.

Among the expiring titles for April 2016 include 2 Fast 2 Furious, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Flashdance, House of Wax, Nine To Five, Along Came Polly and Hotel Rwanda to name a few. If watching the entire run of M*A*S*H was on your bucket list, you’re out of luck. All eleven seasons will vanish at the beginning of the month.

Check out below all the arriving and expiring titles on Netflix for April 2016

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Aaron Sorkin has found his next television project after wrapping up The Newsroom. He’s taking his hit 1992 film, A Few Good Men, to the small screen.

The 54-year-old producer is staging a live production of the legal drama for NBC. He’s enlisted Craig Zadan and Neil Meron to assist. Very savvy move given that duo has successfully produced several live musicals for the peacock network including The Sound of Music Live and The Wiz Live.

“I am thrilled that Aaron Sorkin is coming back to NBC to adapt and produce a live broadcast of his electrifying play ‘A Few Good Men,’ which seems as timely as ever today,” Robert Greenblatt, Chairman, NBC Entertainment told Variety. “Aaron is one of the most acclaimed theater, television and film authors of our time, and I am pleaed that the live event business that we pioneered with musicals is now expanding into other genres and attracting artists of his caliber. I look forward to his collaboration with out ‘A-team’ producers, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, to bring another exciting piece of live drama to a broad audience.”

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I love me some Famke Janssen and been a fan ever since her Bond Girl days. Xenia Onatopp was bad-ass. Naturally, I’m all about this.

The Blacklist is currently airing its third season and still pulling in decent numbers, despite losing it’s plum post-Voice timeslot. With The Blacklist being the network’s No. 2 show after Blindspot, naturally NBC is eyeing a spinoff. Reportedly, Janssen will helm the series the way James Spader does with the flagship.

Find out below how the spinoff will tie-in to its parent show.

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CBS bestowed James Corden with a special to celebrate a year hosting The Late Late Night Show. The 37-year-old host certainly didn’t drop the ball with his primetime opportunity. I was thoroughly entertained the entire hour.

The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special featured memorable moments from his time as host mixed in with some new footage. However, the main attraction was Jennifer Lopez. The American Idol judge rode along with Corden for an all-new Carpool Karaoke segment.

Naturally, they sang duet on her hits including “On The Floor,” “Jenny From The Block,” “Booty” and “Waiting For Tonight.” When J. Lo gave pointers on how to serve face during the latter, I died. It was sooooo good.

The best segment for me though was when James scrolled through all the famous contacts on Lopez’s phone. Demi Lovato, Bradley Cooper, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Cristiano Ronaldo, Stacy Ferguson a.k.a. Fergie and Iggy Azalea were all there to name a few. When Corden stumbled upon Leondardo DiCaprio’s contact info, he sent him a message. You have to watch the clip to read Leo’s response. Can’t believe he actually replied.

Check out all the fun hijinks below. Even if you watched the special on CBS, the YouTube video contains footage not shown on Tuesday night including J. Lo and Corden coveringLocked Out Of Heaven” by Bruno Mars.

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