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With Super Bowl 50 just a couple of weeks away, the big guns have started teasing their big-budget commercials. Bud Light enlisted Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen for the main event. The two comedians star in an election-themed teaser for the beer brand’s ad.

The clip shows Schumer and Rogen prepping for the big day by eating hot dogs, putting on Spanx and more. I’m beyond curious what this Bud Light Party all entails. I guess we’ll have to wait til February 7 to see it all unveiled. In the meantime, check out the teaser below.

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Colton Haynes Joins Grinder

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No, not that Grindr, the gay hookup app. Though how awesome would that be? Instead, it’s the FOX freshman comedy, The Grinder.

The 27-year-old actor booked a guest spot on the series, playing Rob Lowe’s onscreen son in the show, within the show. Confusing? If you watch the show, it shouldn’t be. His episode will air on February 2.

Great casting choice. There’s somewhat of a resemblance between the two actors. After appearing in Teen Wolf and Arrow, it’ll be nice to see Colton Haynes do a little comedy. Check out a photo below of father and son on set.

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Obviously, Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet and Jemima Kirke won’t piece everything together. After all, there’s still a sixth and final season in the works before Girls signs off forever. Gotta leave something for them to figure out for the last batch of episodes.

If HBO decides to develop a spin-off, might I suggest an entire series based on Shoshanna living in Japan. The brief glimpses in the promo we see of her and Aidy Bryant in the Land of the Rising Sun are hilarious. Check out the latest clip below.

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James Burrows recently achieved a huge milestone. The 75-year-old directed an episode of NBC’s Crowded. This marked the 1,000th one of his career. To celebrate this feat, NBC is throwing a huge tribute special to honor the veteran director.

“There is nobody with better TV comedy instincts than Jimmy Burrows, and because of his guiding hand these remarkable shows will be forever celebrated and stand the test of time,” said Paul Telegdy, President, Alternative and Late Night Programming, NBC Entertainment, in a statement. “The caliber of talent joining us to celebrate Jimmy’s accomplishments is a testament to his imprint in television history.”

Cast members from Friends, Cheers, Frasier, Will & Grace, The Big Bang Theory, Crowded, Taxi, Two and a Half Men and Mike & Molly are all scheduled to attend the taping. The network will air the special on February 21. Find out below who’s reuniting with their former cast members and who’s not.

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Survivor: Kaôh Rōng Cast Unveiled

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CBS just unveiled the full cast list for Survivor: Kaôh Rōng. Can you believe it’s the 32nd season of the long-running reality show? It just seems like yesterday when Richard Hatch won the inaugural season. I’m curious to see if the CBS stalwart can make it to Season 50. How insane would that be?

Once again, the show is using the Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty twist. Not really that surprising given the first time it was used in Survivor: Cagayan, it produced an unforgettable season. For the recently completed Survivor: Second Chances, that Cagayan cast was quite well represented, having the most alums returning.

The most notable names among the 18 contestants competing are former NBA champion Scot Pollard and former Big Brother contestant Caleb “Beast Mode Cowboy” Reynolds. There’s also a poker player, female body builder and bounty hunter in the mix. The cast ranges from 19-years-old to 72. Meet the entire cast and learn the tribe breakdown below.

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Emma Roberts, or a reasonable facsimile, need not apply. For their potential new Nancy Drew series, CBS is updating everyone’s favorite teen amateur sleuth. She’ll not only be older, edgier but also ditching the Midwest for New York. Everyone meet Drew

Drew Logline

“A contemporary take on the character from the iconic Nancy Drew book series. Now in her 30s, Nancy is a detective for the NYPD where she investigates and solves crimes using her uncanny observational skills, all while navigating the complexities of life in a modern world.”

If that wasn’t enough change for you, Nancy will be more diverse. CBS president Glenn Geller didn’t confirm whether she’d be African-American, Latino, Asian or another ethnicity, but he did confirm she will not be Caucasian.

What do you think of all the changes? Personally, I’m excited to see where showrunners take this. Love the new title, Drew. Weigh in below.


At 70-years-young, Bette Midler isn’t slowing down. The Divine Miss M is heading back to the Great White Way for a new production of Hello, Dolly! It’s the first new staging of the classic musical in more than 50 years.

“I am looking forward to portraying one of the most beloved characters in all of American Musical Comedy, Dolly Levi, born Gallagher, in Hello, Dolly!” Bette Midler declared. “I know I’m going to have the time of my life, and I am so glad to be under the wings of Scott Rudin as producer and Jerry Zaks as director.”

After a 40-year absence, Midler returned to Broadway for her one-woman play, I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers, back in 2013. She made her Broadway debut back in the 60s in the original production of Fiddler on the Roof.

Featuring music and lyrics by Jerry Herman and a book by Michael Stewart, the Hello, Dolly! revival is set to begin performances on March 13, 2017 with an official opening night of April 20, 2017 being eyed.

Have you watched Hello, Dolly! on stage or on the big screen? Check out the original theatrical trailer below for the 1969 film starring Barbra Streisand.

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The latest installment of Bravo’s popular Real Housewives franchise debuted Sunday night. The Real Housewives of Potomac is the first new city to join in five years. Hopefully, they fare better than their neighboring, the one-and-done The Real Housewives of D.C. It appears they might. The trailer looks promising and Andy Cohen has previously sung the praises of his new baby. So, fingers crossed.

With all the ladies being newbies, I wasn’t expecting too much from their taglines. I have to say, a couple surprised and impressed me with their sassy intros. On the flip side, I already sense a couple of bores on this cast, based on their lamer than lame taglines.

Check out my rankings below and the show’s opening credits. Props to the funky theme music. I like.

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