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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ recap: Don’t take anything for granted

As Meredith tells us in the opening monologue, our bodies work hard all day long to keep us alive. Hearts beat and pump blood. Lungs inhale and exhale air. Eyes blink and adjust. Ears hear sounds. Even though we need all of these things working together to function in this world, most of us barely...

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ finale review: A limp season 2 ends with a baffling bang

Star Trek: Discovery ended its second season Thursday with a twist that could decisively alter the prequel’s troubled course. This was a full-fledged battle episode, directed with great gusto by Olatunde Osunsanmi, a Discovery executive producer with a gift for swoopy long takes and muscular...

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First look at Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots in science fiction-thriller ‘Vivarium’

In director Lorcan Finnegan‘s science fiction-thriller Vivarium, Imogen Poots (Green Room) and Jesse Eisenberg play an engaged couple in search of the perfect starter home. After following a mysterious real estate agent to a new housing development, the pair find themselves trapped in a maze of...

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‘Supernatural’ recap: Sam and Dean make a move against Jack

This episode probably should’ve been called “Jack out of the Box” with that ending. (Sorry. I had to.) But before we get into all of that, we start the hour with a memorial for Mary at the bunker. It’s been a few days since her funeral, and the boys have invited hunters who knew her […]

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‘Gotham’s high-energy penultimate episode rewrites ‘Dark Knight Rises’ with clever twists

I think there are two ideal viewers for Gotham, the origin saga that aired its triumphantly ludicrous penultimate episode on Fox this week. On one hand, it would help to watch knowing absolutely nothing about the eighty-year cultural history of source material. How I wish I could Eternal...

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Sisters Hunter and Joey King hope ‘Life in Pieces’ is just the beginning of more work together: ‘Put us in your s—!’

When CBS’ gem Life in Pieces returns for its fourth season, the series truly becomes a family comedy. Hunter King, who also appears on CBS’ The Young and the Restless and has won two Daytime Emmys for her portrayal of Summer Newman, welcomes younger sister Joey King for a three-episode arc....

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Back in 2015, David Robert Mitchell burst onto the Hollywood scene with It Follows. It was a dazzlingly creepy horror movie that was made with a small budget but contained a big metaphorical sex-equals-death idea at its core. Of course, tons of ’80s slasher flicks tilled that particular plot of...

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Hillary and Clinton is about exactly what you think it’s about: Hillary and Bill. But it’s also about Hillary and that last name, and what it means to be attached to a reputation that is not yours alone, to always have an other half that keeps you from being seen as a whole. Whether the […]

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Since its Broadway debut in 1992, Falsettos has been hailed as a moving love story and a profound exploration of masculinity and sexuality. The 2016 Broadway revival continued to garner great reviews and awards nominations, and now it’s getting a national tour. Sadly, the tour just can’t capture...

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Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Sturridge are headed to Broadway. Producers announced on Thursday that the duo will take the critically-acclaimed production of Sea Wall/A Life, which played to sold-out audiences at The Public Theater earlier this year, to Broadway this summer. Performances will begin at...

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Grateful Dead's early days to be documented in graphic novel

The start of the Grateful Dead’s long, strange trip will be explored in a new graphic novel, it was announced Thursday. Published by Z2 Comics, Grateful Dead Origins takes an in-depth look at the formation of the band, exploring the early days of Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Pigpen, Bill...

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Game of Thrones showrunners reveal which character has changed the most

Nearly every character on Game of Thrones has undergone a substantial journey across eight seasons, but which of the twenty-some series regulars has shown the most growth and change? Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss had an answer to that question during a recent interview with EW. Would it be...

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Game of Thrones star Isaac Hempstead Wright reveals the secret behind Bran's iconic stare

Game of Thrones‘ final season premiere had plenty of buzz-worthy moments to talk about–from Jon Snow discovering his true parentage to his reunion with Arya to a distinct lack of elephants. The episode’s final moment, though, packed the hardest punch: Jaime Lannister arrived at Winterfell to...

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Casting director David Rapaport takes us behind the scenes of 'Gossip Girl,' 'Arrow,' 'Riverdale,' and more

David Rapaport’s kindergarten teacher knew the casting director’s calling before he did. It was June of 1984, and it was time for Rapaport’s year-end report. On it, his teacher wrote, “He assigns ‘parts’ to others.” Thirty-five years later, the Boston native has made a career out of...

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The Good Place, Barry, Killing Eve among entertainment Peabody Award winners

The 2019 Peabody Awards have heralded ten critically lauded projects as the best programs on television.  Among the programs to be honored at the upcoming 78th Peabody Awards gala are BBC America’s Killing Eve; HBO’s Barry and Random Acts of Flyness; FX’s Pose and The Americans; Cartoon...

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Godzilla breathes atomic fire in new King of the Monsters poster

The latest poster for Godzilla: King of the Monsters (out May 31) finds the titular G-man piercing the sky with his “atomic breath.” What exactly is atomic breath? Director Michael Dougherty was cagey about the properties of this nuclear exhalation when EW spoke with the filmmaker last year,...

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Disney pumps the brakes on Mouse Guard movie two weeks before production

Much is still unknown about what will happen to many of the movies Disney acquired from the big Fox merger, which became formalized in March, but the latest update on Fox’s Mouse Guard movie from director Wes Ball has many questioning whether we’ve found one of the first official casualties. Two...

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Tim Allen's Last Man Standing renewed by Fox

Tim Allen has earned another year at Fox. The network announced that it is picking up Last Man Standing for a second season. The sitcom that formerly aired on ABC has improved upon the network’s performance on Fridays at 8 p.m. by 50% in adults 18-49 and 112% in total viewers. The series’...

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Marvel movies ranked by how much money they made

With Avengers: Endgame primed to potentially Hulk-smash box office records, let’s take a look at how all the other Marvel Cinematic Universe titles have stacked up. Here’s a current ranking of all 21 MCU films and how much money they made via Box Office Mojo — some of the results might...

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HBO slams Trump's Game of Thrones tweet about the Mueller report

HBO is once again asking the president to stop trying to siphon off the success of Game of Thrones. The network put out a statement condemning Donald Trump’s tweet that plays off the hugely popular fantasy hit in an attempt to frame the conclusions of Robert Mueller’s long-awaited report...

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