TV & Film

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Madison Prewett told “Pilot Pete” that she couldn’t move forward with him if he had sex with the other finalists in Fantasy Suites week.
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Home & Living
Elle Fanning stars in the new film "All the Bright Places."
Politics
The California Democrat joked that it's "pretty scary" spending half his day inside Trump's head.
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The "Late Night" comedian did the "pundit math" and found it didn't add up.
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"I think this is a particularly heinous moment in American history with Donald Trump," Walter Koenig said.
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Due to its "mature" themes, "Love, Victor" has a new streaming platform home. Many, however, have speculated that the protagonist's sexuality was a factor.
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The president's trip to India has been beset by pronunciation struggles.
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The hosts of our “Here To Make Friends” podcast hand out superlatives from Week 9 of “The Bachelor.”
Sports
Shaq's words on the NBA legend and former Los Angeles Lakers teammate provided notes of humor amid a melancholy service.
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Chris Sanders talks about alternate Disney endings, as well as making Harrison Ford pet a guy's head in "Call of the Wild."
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The New York Times reporter who interviewed the actor revealed tidbits that weren't in his published piece, including the 47-year-old calling Lopez "baller."
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The "flat Earth" conspiracy theorist was killed while filming a new series for the Science Channel. He was 64.
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Last year, the teen actor became the youngest executive producer in Hollywood.
Home & Living
"Gentefied" stands out as the show to watch this week.
Culture & Arts
Netflix's bonkers new reality dating show tries to be "The Bachelor" for the age of Tinder.
Politics
The 94-year-old screen legend quipped that "somebody younger, like Bernie, is just the perfect candidate."
Politics
After the president complained about the South Korean film's Oscar win, she tweeted, "I’m more upset that a parasite won the White House."
Entertainment
The series, produced by America Ferrera, follows a Mexican American family battling racism and rising rents in a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood.
Entertainment
All six cast members are rumored to be receiving between $3 million and $4 million for participating in an hour-long unscripted show about the '90s sitcom.