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One of my favorite television events of the year is only hours away. Tonight on CBS, those leggy genetically-gifted women strut their stuff on the glittered runway of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. I’ll be watching every moment intently.

To promote the extravaganza, the VS Angels lip synced to Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off,” during the fashion show rehearsals in London. This is the second time one of Swift’s singles has gotten the Angel treatment. Last year, they danced to “I Knew You Were Trouble.” In 2012, it was Justin Bieber’s “Beauty and the Beat” and Katy Perry’s “Firework” the year before that.

Watch Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Behati Prinsloo, Candice Swanepoel, Doutzen Kroes, Lily Aldridge and Swift’s BFF Karlie Kloss goof around in the clip below. The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show airs on CBS at 10pm December 9, 2014.

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Instead of the usual ten, the American Film Institute’s AFI Awards saluted 11 films for their yearly honors. Among those singled out include Boyhood, Birdman and Foxcatcher. Christopher Nolan’s hit Interstellar also joined the list as well as Angelina Jolie’s directorial effort, Unbroken.

All these movies should feel good about their Oscar chances. Last year, seven films on AFI’s list made the cut for Best Picture at the Oscars. In 2012, eight achieved that feat.

“Those 11 flicks, as well as 10 TV programs, are honored with the awards because they are “deemed culturally and artistically representative of the year’s most significant achievements in the art of the moving image.” AFI president and CEO Bob Gazzale said in a statement, “They are a part of our American cultural heritage – collectively, a new chapter in the story of the art form and of our nation.”

Over on the television front, newcomers Silicon Valley, How To Get Away With Murder and Jane The Virgin joined veterans Game of Thrones and Mad Men on the Institute’s best list. I’m glad the freshmen series got some love. I love all of them, especially Shonda Rimes’ latest guilty pleasure. I especially love saying the title out loud in my best Viola Davis voice ;)

Prizes for both winners in movie and TV categories are handed at a private luncheon on January 9. Check out the rest of the winners below.

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Revenge could’ve easily signed off after the Season 3 finale. Everything seemed perfectly tied up. Emily had finally gotten her revenge. Girl deserved some time to relax and decompress after scheming for years.

This season of Revenge has been lackluster to say the least. But that all changed during last night’s mid-season finale. I definitely didn’t see that coming.

I’m not going to spoil it for those who haven’t seen it, but one of the stars is speaking about the shocking turn of events. Josh Bowman who plays Daniel Grayson chats with Entertainment Weekly about last night’s developments.

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Ryan Murphy Finds His Scream Queens

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Scream Queens is part Glee, part American Horror Story. If you love both those shows, you better tune in this Fall on FOX for Ryan Murphy’s newest offering. Like AHS, Scream Queens is an anthology that will revolve around different characters each season. The first season will be set at a college campus that’s rocked by a series of murders.

The network just announced two high-profile names attached to the project. Both actresses are ‘scream queens’ in their own right. Jamie Lee Curtis, who is arguably one of the most famous from the horror genre thanks to turns in Halloween, The Fog and Prom Night headlines the cast. Find out who the other thespian Murphy signed.

find out the other one after the jump


Rev your engines basic bitches. It’s almost that time again to witness epic new lip sync battles, watch animated gif-worthy scenes and learn new catty shady phrases. In other words, the search for “America’s Next Drag Superstar” is here.

During Logo’s telecast of the 2014 NewNowNext Awards, the network ‘Ru-vealed‘ the colorful new batch of drag queens competing on the 7th season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. “This year we have some of the youngest and oldest contestants in RuPaul’s Drag Race herstory,” Ru said in a statement. “Study each queen closely. Do not underestimate anyone. The girls that make it to the top this season will shock you.”

I’m pretty sure our resident drag expert Tommy D will share his two cents on this year’s crop soon. Until then, check out the new cast below, along with the first video teaser. Be sure to weigh in on which ones are your early favorites.

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Based on reviews and Twitter feedback, Allison Williams’ turn in Peter Pan Live! was much better received than Carrie Underwood’s performance in The Sound of Music. However, that didn’t translate into ratings. NBC’s three-hour musical production delivered 9.1 million viewers and a 2.3 adults 18-49 rating, down 51 percent from last year’s live musical event.

“We’re very pleased with the Peter Pan ratings and it was a great night for NBC. We won every hour, which hasn’t happened on Thursday with entertainment programming since a year ago,” NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt said in a statement (via THR). “I’m proud to be part of a company that takes chances and creates big events, and that’s exactly what we’re going to continue to do. We didn’t expect to reach the same rating as The Sound of Music since that was the first live movie event of its kind in over 50 years. But the high wire act of Peter Pan was a joy for everyone involved and I take my hat off to Allison Williams, Christopher Walken, the entire company, and our incredible directors and producers for three months of the hardest work I’ve ever seen. I love these live events and we’re already working on putting the next one together.”

While her acting wasn’t as wooden, let’s face it, Williams isn’t as big of a draw as Underwood. To boot, NBC’s decision to pick Peter Pan was a little odd. Though popular in its own right, it isn’t as beloved and well known as The Sound of Music or some other musical production the network could’ve gone with.

Myself, I haven’t watched the entire show yet but from the few moments I saw, I was impressed with the production. Sets look great and Walken looked fantastic. His tap dance segment was a joy to watch. No wonder his performance was mostly universally praised. Check out Tivo’s top five moments from the show below, based on their measurements.

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It’s been a busy week for big budget superhero flicks. Earlier this week, Warner Bros finally confirmed the crew starring in Suicide Squad. Now comes a trio of major cast announcements for comic book television and movie adaptations.

First comes confirmation of Benedict Cumberbatch’s involvement in Marvel’s upcoming film Doctor Strange. Reportedly, the 38-year-old actor beat out Joaquin Phoenix, Jared Leto, Tom Hardy and several others for the part. Don’t feel too bad for Leto and Hardy. Both actors rebounded by snagging roles in Suicide Squad together.

Doctor Strange is a brilliant neurosurgeon whose career is destroyed. He gets a new lease on life when he becomes Sorcerer Supreme and ends up protecting Earth against magical and mystical threats with powers of sorcery, mysticism, and martial arts. The film is slated to hit theaters on July 8, 2015.

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If that title doesn’t entice you to check out the video clip, nothing will. The boys of the Castro are back and more lost in love than ever.

HBO just dropped the first full-length trailer for the second season of Looking and it looks fantastic. My only complaint in the 90-second promo is that there isn’t any shirtless visuals of Russell Tovey. Really HBO, really???

Mean GirlsDaniel Franzese joins the cast as Agustín’s potential new love interest. Scott Bakula takes a break from NCIS: New Orleans to reprise his role as Dom’s silver fox lover. Raul Castillo, Tovey and Lauren Weedman have all been upgraded to regular cast members this year. I wonder if Weedman’s contract negotiations sounded anything like her character’s insistence she not be frozen from the ‘sausage party.’

Looking returns on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015, at 10/9c. Check out clip below.

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