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TV Land Renews Younger For A Fourth Season

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Younger finished its sophomore run just a couple of months ago, but TV Land has already ordered a fourth season. Not surprising, given the Darren Star series finished with double digit gains among all key demos versus the series’ season one average. The comedy certainly found its groove. It was much funnier and charming the second time around.

“The show is a force in and of itself, so it’s a no-brainer to renew it again,” says Keith Cox, Executive Vice President of Development and Original Programming for TV Land. “Critics and fans love it, and I know Darren and the entire cast and crew behind Younger will continue to deliver at the top of their game.”

The announcement comes just as the cast returns to the set to begin filming Season 3. Speaking of which, the network revealed Younger‘s third season will commence on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 10/9c.

Do you watch the show? Who do you think Liza (Sutton Foster) will end up with? Josh (Nico Tortorella) or Charles (Peter Hermann)? Will Kelsey (Hillary Duff) find herself dating her dead fiance’s twin brother? Sound off below.

Meet The Big Brother Season 18 Cast

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Big Brother kicks off its 18th season next week with a three-hour premiere spanning two nights- two hours on Wednesday, June 22 and one hour on Thursday, June 23. This year’s group of houseguests will embark on a record 99 days inside the house. Yikes.

With only 12 names released so far, it’s obvious CBS is waiting til the premiere to reveal the other houseguests. There’s no way only a dozen people are competing for $500,000 given the marathon time inside the house.

From the looks of it, the remaining houseguests will be returning players. Based on the names of the cast revealed so far, the alums will most likely be related to the newbies. I expect Cody Calafiore and Vanessa Rousso to be included in the bunch. They don’t exactly have the most common surnames and the newbies sharing their names look remarkably similar. Check out the cast of Big Brother S18 below.

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While most of her late night colleagues addressed the tragic Orlando shooting in a more somber note, Samantha Bee went full on rage. She delivered a brilliant, sometimes righteous, response about this latest tragedy involving gun violence.

“After a massacre, the standard operating procedure is you stand on stage and deliver some well-meaning words about how we will get through this together, how love wins, how love conquers hate,” the talk show host opened up her monologue. “That is great, that is beautiful, but you know what? F—k it. I am too angry for that. Love does not win unless we start loving each other enough to start fixing our f—king problems.”

I won’t say too much about her seven minute plus long rant, and just let the Full Frontal host do her thing, but it’s pretty awesome. Pretty much, she attacks government officials and the NRA. Check it out below.

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Fresh off his well-received Tony Awards hosting duties, James Corden delivers another entertaining serving of Carpool Karaoke. His latest passengers for the widely-popular Late Late Show segment were Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith, and Josh Klinghoffer, better known collectively as Red Hot Chili Peppers.

As expected, the rock group belted out some of their greatest hits including “Can’t Stop,” “Give It Away,” “Californication” and “Under The Bridge.” At one point, Flea and Corden busted out “Food Glorious Food” from Oliver. Guess James still has a case of Broadway fever. For wrestling fans, you’re in for a treat. Kiedas and Corden face off on some random person’s lawn. Not surprisingly, it wasn’t a long match 😉

Check out the latest Carpool Karaoke installment below, which features some stripping down. It wouldn’t be a RHCP performance without Kiedis and Flea shedding some clothes. Also there’s an interesting tidbit about Cher babysitting Anthony when he was entering adolescence. Let’s just say… #mrsrobinson

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It’s no secret that Hamilton tickets are almost impossible to score, No doubt, the opportunity to watch a couple of free performances from the hit musical helped buoy ratings for the Tony Awards. Viewers who tuned in, certainly weren’t disappointed. The show kicked off and ended with cast members from the smash musical performing.

Broadway’s biggest night had its best showing in over a decade. The CBS telecast delivered 8.7 million total viewers and a 1.6 demo rating, up 35 and 60 percent from last year to mark 15 and 13-year highs.

While it was a big night for Hamilton, it wasn’t a record-breaking one. Its 11 wins was just short of The Producers‘ record 12 wins back in 2001. Still, Hamilton had plenty of reason to celebrate. Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda won Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score, while three of the Hamilton cast walked away with three of the four Best Acting Musical statues. It’s also worth noting, all four musical acting awards were won by African Americans. As James Corden jokingly mentioned at beginning of the show, the Tonys are the Oscars but with diversity. True dat!!!

Check out all the show-stopping performances below. If you don’t have time to watch all of them, the opening number, Gloria Estefan during On Your Feet and naturally, all the Hamilton performances are ones to watch.

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I don’t know about you, but I’ve been a little off the past couple of days since hearing about the devastating Orlando nightclub tragedy. Hearing the stories from the survivors and watching videos of family/friends hoping their loved ones escaped have hit me quite hard.

On today’s Good Morning America, the talented New York City Gay Men’s Chorus delivered a moving tribute to the victims of the Orlando shooting. They sang “Light” from the rock musical, Next To Normal. As they performed, photos from memorials and vigils from various cities were shown. Check out the touching tribute below.

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Watching Nick Jonas break his little gay cherry on screen would normally be cause for celebration by Kingdom viewers. However, that’s not exactly the emotion most felt when the “Close” singer’s character Nate Kulina finally engaged on some man-on-man action. They felt the scenario perpetuated stigmas.

In the episode titled “No Fault,” Nate is drugged at a party, before he’s lured into a bed where he engages in a threesome with a man and a woman. When he wakes up the next day, his character realizes he’s a victim of sexual assault. Given that his character continually struggles with his sexuality, this violation will no doubt affect him tremendously.

Watch the controversial scene below and weigh in afterward.

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Freedom! ’90” from George Michael is one of the most iconic videos from the 90s, if not of all-time. Supermodels Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford absolutely slayed in the stylish clip. 26 years later, Crawford recreates her memorable bathtub scene and proves she’s found the Fountain of Youth. It’s insane that she looks practically the same. #dealwiththedevil

The trip down memory lane was to assist Zachary Quinto for his Lip Sync Battle performance of the Michael classic. When the promo came out, I assumed it would be Missy Elliott that would be his secret weapon for “Get Ur Freak On.” This was a pleasant surprise. LSB co-host Chrissy Teigen also got in on the action and left her booth to copy Turlington’s part in the video.

Watch Quinto’s performance below, along with Zoe Saldana’s turn as Left Eye for TLC’s “No Scrubs.” The latter brought out T-Boz and Chilli as her special guest. It was definitely 90s night on the Spike musical competition.

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