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A man named Trump tries to convince a group of people in Texas that they must build a wall — and pay for it! — to protect them from an impending disaster. And this is in 1958. Twitter is re-discovering an episode of a CBS Western called Trackdown that’s making the rounds with its rather...

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Each week, we break down the biggest moments from Supergirl, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Black Lightning, and Arrow — both here on EW.com and on SiriusXM’s EW Live every Friday during Superhero Insider. Hartley Sawyer is very excited about the back half of The Flash‘s fifth...

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Showtime’s escapist finance drama Billions returns in March and above is the first trailer. Now that Bobby Axelrod (Damien Lewis) and Chuck Rhoades (Paul Giamatti) are now uneasy allies, they’ve got new mountains to climb and enemies to conquer. Axelrod is up against his former protegé, Taylor...

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Watch the full episode of Couch Surfing streaming now on PeopleTV.com, or download the PeopleTV app on your favorite device. Where was Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Crews when he found out his show would no longer be on television? Getting ready to go on television, of course. During the latest...

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We’ve been saying since 2013 that there should be a sequel to Coming to America and now, after a long development, it’s actually happening. Eddie Murphy, who’s reprising the lead role of African Prince Akeem, confirmed the film is “officially moving forward” at Paramount as the studio...

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This Is Us star Susan Kelechi Watson teases flash-forward event, Randall and Beth's future  

A new year brings a new chapter in the Pearson family saga, but perhaps it’s best to keep a finger in the old chapter. The season 3 fall finale of This Is Us, titled “The Beginning is the End is the Beginning,” crammed plenty of developments into the final few minutes, and ended the hour with...

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Sarah Paulson's character in Glass was almost played by a male actor

For his new film Glass (out Jan. 18), writer-director M. Night Shyamalan cast Sarah Paulson in the pivotal role of psychologist Dr. Ellie Staple, who believes the characters played by James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, and Samuel L. Jackson are delusional. But Shyamalan considered casting a male actor in...

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A Dog's Way Home is just good enough to get you choked up: EW review

Is there any subgenre that’s more designed to put a lump in your throat than the dog-trying-to-find-their-way-home movie? If there is, I haven’t met it yet. So one walks into A Dog’s Way Home already armed with the knowledge that they’ll be reaching for the Kleenex before it’s all said and...

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Adam Lambert confirms Bohemian Rhapsody cameo

While Adam Lambert has frequently shared the stage with the remaining members of Queen, some may be surprised to learn of another connection that he has to the iconic band. In a Twitter post on Friday, the singer celebrated his small (but crucial) cameo in Bohemian Rhapsody, sharing an image of...

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Noah Centineo is The Perfect Date for Riverdale star in first look at Netflix film

Noah Centineo‘s status as the internet’s preferred boyfriend remains intact. After To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, the actor is back on Netflix for his next romantic-comedy, The Perfect Date, as shown in first-look photos. The streaming platform acquired...

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Hawaii Five-0 sneak peek reveals that Danny's daughter is in peril

  Danny’s daughter missed her curfew — and boy, is she in trouble. In this exclusive clip from tonight’s installment of Hawaii Five-0, Danny (Scott Caan, who sounds and moves exactly like his dad James, circa 1972 in The Godfather) is woken up by his ex Rachel (Claire van der Boom), who says...

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A creature gets conjured in trailer for horror film The Golem

Set in 17th century Lithuania, during an outbreak of a deadly plague, The Golem stars Hani Furstenberg as Hanna, the wife of the local rabbi’s son Benjamin (Ishai Golen), who secretly conjures up a dangerous entity to protect her tight-knit Jewish community from foreign invaders. But the...

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Sam Smith and Normani drop groovy duet 'Dancing with a Stranger'

Sam Smith and Normani have teamed up to soundtrack your weekend festivities. The pair dropped the collaborative single “Dancing with a Stranger” across digital platforms Friday at midnight, with Smith indicating her wrote the song in 2018 during his Thrill of It All tour. “For me it bottles...

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Game of Thrones to finally reveal exact season 8 premiere date

HBO will finally reveal the exact return date for the final season of Game of Thrones. Up until now, the network has only said the show is coming back in April, 2019. But which Sunday in April? The 7th? The 14th? The 21st? Dear god, it’s not the 28th is it? Just tell us it’s not the 28th! But...

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Netflix sued over Black Mirror by Choose Your Own Adventure publisher

The publisher of the Choose Your Own Adventure novels have decided their path: They’re suing Netflix for $25 million over its interactive Black Mirror episode “Bandersnatch.” According to a lawsuit obtained by THR, Chooseco, LLC — a publisher that’s owned the trademark to “Choose Your...

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Sam Lipsyte traces the rise of a messiah in a satire that loses steam: EW review

How does a young, aimless man go from failed comic to corporate-wellness hack to revered lifestyle guru? Pretty easily, it turns out. Author Sam Lipsyte presents a hero for our times in Hark, a meditation on belief and optimism pushing up against political upheaval. The writer’s scope has widened...

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The Bachelor episode 2 preview: Demi does the unthinkable on a group date

Any fan of The Bachelor knows there are certain unwritten rules contestants must follow to avoid the dreaded “she’s not here for the right reasons” label: 1) Don’t “steal” the Bachelor more than once during the cocktail party; 2) Always “open up” in a timely fashion; and 3) Never,...

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EW to partner with Savannah College of Art and Design for 2019 SCAD aTV fest

EW and the Savannah College of Art and Design are teaming up again! On Friday, SCAD announced that Entertainment Weekly will serve as the first-ever official media partner for the 2019 SCAD aTV fest in Atlanta, Ga. Now in its seventh year, the university’s annual festival, which celebrates the...

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Jimmy Fallon's high school musical with Bryan Cranston, Lana Condor goes awry

Bryan Cranston played the nerd in Jimmy Fallon‘s high school-set musical bit with Lana Condor, but his character Randy didn’t get the concept, which led to embarrassing results. In a nod to Condor’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Fallon put on “To All the Me’s I Was Before,” a...

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The cast of Sex Education share their awkward sex stories

When Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson came to EW’s studios to discuss their new Netflix comedy Sex Education — about an awkward teen (Butterfield) and his sex-therapist mom (Anderson) — there was no way we were going to let them leave without sharing some of their own embarrassing...

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