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Saturday, April 30, 2016


John Krasinski Returns to TV as Action Hero For Amazon's Jack Ryan Show

Yesterday - TV Guide
John Krasinski was, for a while, best known as the lovable Jim Halpert on The Office.Lately though, Krasinski 2.0 has been rebranded as an action star: appearing ripped on magazine covers and playing the lead in Michael Bay's 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. And now that he's teamed with ... Read More > Other Links From Jo... by Merrill Barr

The Five Most Underrated Key & Peele Sketches

Yesterday - TV Guide
This weekend marks the big-screen debut of beloved comedy duo Key & Peele in Keanu, an action/comedy centered around the search for a missing cat that involves guns, gangsters and a whole lot of one-liners.Up until last year, Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele were of course best known as Comedy ... Read More > Other Links From Ke... by Merrill Barr

Gotham Exclusive: Hugo Strange Turns Galavan Into "Azrael"

Yesterday - TV Guide
Gotham's Hugo Strange (BD Wong) has figured out a way to control his reanimated villains: give each of them a new origin story.The first villain to successfully get on board with the plan is Theo Galavan (James Frain), who is subdued from his murderous state of rage when Hugo Strange dubs him ... Read More > Other Links From Gotham by Megan Vick

Will Tennessee's Anti-LGBT Law Spell the End of Nashville?

Yesterday - TV Guide
ABC's Nashville has received deserved praise for its handling of Will Lexington's (Chris Carmack) struggles with his sexuality, and his whole coming out storyline. But now, some of the show's stars find themselves in the middle of a real-life battle over a recently-passed Tennessee law that ... Read More > Other Links From NashvilleC... by Liz Raftery

Watch The West Wing's C.J. Cregg Make Her Triumphant Surprise Return to the White House

Yesterday - TV Guide
@AllisonBJanney AKA CJ Cregg AKA Bonnie on @MomCBS drops by the White House press briefing. — The White House (@WhiteHouse) April 29, 2016 For seven seasons on the beloved political drama The West Wing,Allison Janney played White House Press Secretary C.J. Cregg, giving daily ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide... by Liam Mathews

How Game of Thrones Can Save Sansa's Storyline

Yesterday - TV Guide
When Game of Thrones began, no one expected the spoiled, eldest Stark daughter to become one of the show's most beloved characters. But the way showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff slowly built Sansa (Sophie Turner) up into a mini Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen) over the course of five seasons was a ... Read More > Other Links From G... by Sadie Gennis

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: How Mike Carlsen Became Your Favorite TV Boyfriend

Yesterday - TV Guide
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Mike Carlsen has mastered one very specific type of character.The actor, whose charming construction worker Mikey won Titus' (Tituss Burgess) heart -- and ours -- in Season 2, first played a construction worker who heckles Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) on 30 Rock in 2010. Five ... Read More > Other Links From Un... by Joyce Eng

The Daily Show Proves That Donald Trump Is Basically a Rapper

Yesterday - TV Guide
On Thursday's Daily Show, host Trevor Noah and "Senior Trump Analyst" Roy Wood Jr. made an observation that's so obvious and accurate that it makes everyone else look a little dumb for not jumping on it last summer, when the presumptive Republican nominee began his Presidential run: Donald Trump is ... Read More > Other Links From Th... by Liam Mathews

Netflix Orders The Punisher Spin-Off: Get All The Details

Yesterday - TV Guide
The best part of Daredevil's second season, the Punisher (Jon Bernthal), is getting his own spin-off, has confirmed.The Punisher will be the sixth series to come from the fruitful Marvel and Netflix collaboration. The two companies originally announced a roll-out plan for five shows -- ... Read More > Other Links From Ma... by Sadie Gennis

Jerry Seinfeld Is 62 Today, So Let's Watch Him Explain Why Birthdays Are Pointless

Yesterday - TV Guide
Car enthusiast Jerry Seinfeld turns 62 today, so let us commemorate this occasion with a clip from "The Visa," an episode from Seinfeld's near-perfect fourth season, where Jerry expounds bleakly on the concept of birthdays."Birthdays are merely symbolic of another year gone by and how little we've ... Read More > Other Links From Jer... by Liam Mathews

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