After Trump’s controversial comments about Mexican immigrants, the network tells the Republican presidential candidate, “You’re fired!”
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Taryn Manning — the actor behind the character who made us angry, and then broke our hearts — talks to BuzzFeed News about what Doggett’s been through and where she’s going next. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!
Mae Whitman read for Dawson Leery with Patrick J. Adams as her Joey during the epic event at the ATX Television Festival.
“If it ever happened, I promise you we’d do it correctly,” creator Amy Sherman-Palladino said.
“It’s a tough one for Michel because I never really understood how he ended up in that town.”
Kevin Williamson, who created the seminal teen drama, revealed how the show was originally supposed to end.
Get ready for some fast singing!
Co-creator Marta Kauffman remembered him saying “She deserved what she got” during a panel at the ATX Television Festival in Austin. “At which point fire came out of my nose.”
We put the newly crowned Dancing With the Stars champs to the test.
Rumer Willis, the oldest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, has made it to the finals — and she’s already won because she has the best cheerleaders in her little sisters, mom, dad, stepmom, and grandma.
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“I’d like to buy the world a Coke…” WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!
More than a month after David Lynch left the project, he revealed on Twitter: “It is !!!
Happening again.” Lynch will also direct the series, which will run for more than the originally announced nine hours, Showtime confirmed to BuzzFeed News.
“And here I thought I was all cried out on Mother’s Day. THANKS WEINER!” WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the May 10 episode, “The Milk and Honey Route.”
It is looking bleak out there. Plus, check out the trailers for three new dramas, and one new comedy.
The network is saying good-bye to American Idol, and saying hello to a slew of science fiction and horror shows, including Scream Queens and Minority Report. Plus, watch trailers for some of the new series.
TGIT isn’t going anywhere. See the new fall schedule and watch the trailers for the new shows here!