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Survivor: Kaôh R?ng is just a few days from crowning its winner, but casting for the next two seasons is in its final stages. While the cast for Season 33 will be entirely new players, it’ll be the complete opposite for Season 34. Insider Survivor reveals production is down to a short list of returnees, playing for the second, third and in a couple cases, a fourth time.

Reportedly, the short list is down to about 30 individuals. However, it appears the final cast size of 18/20 castaways will be decided by production and not a fan vote like Survivor: Cambodia (S31). Boo!!! It worked out so well last time.

Jeff Probst and company will film the next two seasons in Fiji. The last time the reality show filmed there was Season 14. Check out the short list below which includes eight previous winners. Nine if either Aubrey or Tai win this season.

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With upfronts just around the corner, networks are busy scrambling to tie up loose ends. ABC just revealed the fates of nearly all their shows.

First off the good news. Freshman comedies The Real O’Neals and Dr. Ken both live to see another day and score sophomore seasons. Meanwhile, the critically-acclaimed limited series American Crime received a green light for a third season. It’ll be interesting to see what touchy subject creator John Ridley tackles next.

In somewhat of a surprise, The Catch snags a renewal as well. By far, the series is the worst performing among the Shondaland stable, but I’m sure the network doesn’t want to piss off Shonda Rhimes. Ergo, the renewal. I actually don’t mind the show, so I’m fine with this decision, along with the other renewals.

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The last remaining CSI property, CSI: Cyber, has bitten the dust. The upcoming 2016-2017 season will be the first time without a CSI-branded program on the schedule in 16 years. It truly is, the end of an era over at CBS.

CSI: Cyber was the fourth CSI series, following the original series which ran from 2000-2015. The spinoffs, CSI: Miami and CSI: NY aired from 2002-2012 and 2004-2013 respectively.

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Ready to do the time warp again? I am and can’t wait for FOX’s reimagining of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. No premiere date has been revealed yet, but it’s expected to air on the network in late 2016. Most likely near Halloween, I would assume.

Entertainment Weekly got their hands on several exclusive pics from the new production. By far, the most exciting is seeing Laverne Cox as Dr. Frank-N-Further. If you’ve ever wondered what the love child of Grace Jones and Davie Bowie circa Ziggy Stardust era would look like, wonder no more. Cox’s version of the iconic alien transvestite is exactly that. Check out the costume below.

“I get tweets from people, ‘Please don’t f— up Rocky Horror Picture Show!’?” says Cox, to Entertainment Weekly. “I showed my brother pictures of me in character and he was like, ‘You were preparing your whole life for this.’?”

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This isn’t your grandparents’ Kansas folks.

NBC’s on-again, off-again gritty spin on The Wizard of Oz has been two years in the making and it looks like it was worth the wait. Emerald City looks fantastic based on the first few pics. How fierce does Florence Kasumba as the Wicked Witch of the East look above? Slay bitch, slay!!!

The 10-episode drama will take inspiration from all 14 of L. Frank Baum’s Oz-based books. The Cell and Mirror, Mirror’s Tarsem Singh will direct all the episodes. With his keen eye, the series will no doubt deliver amazing visuals.

Adria Arjona will play Dorothy Gale while Oliver Jackson-Cohen will play her love interest Lucas aka Scarecrow. Also included in the cast are Vincent D’Onofrio as the Wizard and Joely Richardson as Glinda to name a couple.

Check out more preview pics below. Don’t expect a yellow brick road in this adaptation. It looks like the path to the Emerald City is more of a brown dusty one. Also, Toto isn’t the same either.

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“Who will fight, and who will fall?,” ominously teases the video description.

It’s a whole new world at Litchfield Prison. Season 4 of Orange Is The New Black picks up right where last season left off. An influx of new prisoners and new guards threatens to unbalance the status quo at the penitentiary. Plus, the fact it’s now become a for-profit prison has made things progressively worse for its female inmates.

OITNB returns to Netflix on June 17. Check out the trailer below. I’m beyond curious to learn exactly why a SWAT team is called in.

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It was only for a few seconds, but at long last, we finally saw some man-on-man action between a contestant and a professional dancer on Dancing With The Stars. Hallelloo. And naturally, it was judge Bruno Tonioli who masterminded the entire thing. Maybe, this will usher in a same-sex coupling in a season not too far away.

On Monday night’s episode, the remaining contestants were paired up with another couple by a judge. Tonioli chose Team Nyle DiMarco and Peta Murgatroyd to dance with Team Jodie Sweetin and Keo Motsepe for a provocative Argentine Tango.

After dancing with their respective partners, Nyle and Jodie started dancing with the pro of the same sex. Watching a shirtless Keo lift and caress a shirtless Nyle was everything. It’s a shame they didn’t receive a perfect score. America, being the sole Debbie Downer, awarded them only with a 9. Check out the daring performance below.

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Producers Explain The Good Wife’s Final Scene

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After seven seasons and 156 episodes, The Good Wife ended its run Sunday night the way it began years ago- with a slap. Not surprisingly, the series finale was met with mixed fan reaction. It’s a monumental task to wrap up a beloved series to everyone’s liking. Some people just love to bitch 😉

Series creators Robert and Michelle King explain that final scene which pretty much was a shot-by-shot recreation of the pilot. “The victim becomes the victimizer. And that’s really the circle that we see with Alicia,” says Michelle King in the video below. If you haven’t watched the series finale yet, proceed with caution.

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