+ As you're marking off the days on your calendar until True Blood premieres, the internet is bubbling with gossip surrounding the final season of the hit HBO vampire drama. One source even goes as far to claim that the writers have decided to pull a Joss Whedon and kill off a beloved character.
+ Rapper 50 Cent proves that he's got a comedic side to him, as he teams up with Jimmy Kimmel for a short spoof of Maleficent.
+ Photos of Gillian Jacobs on the set of Girls have surfaced, but viewers beware, as they're a bit of spoilers!
+ Although it originally seemed as though Matthew McConaughey would not return for futher seasons of True Detective (despite how wildly successful it was and how many folks raved about his performance as Rust Cohle), the Dallas Buyers Club star has stated that he's wants to come back for more!
+ Octavia Spencer has been cast as the lead for the upcoming NBC remake of Murder, She Wrote. While on the one hand I'm rejoicing that there's one more woman of color starring in a network program, I can't help but worry that TV is going to fall into Hollywood's current habit of incessantly choosing to produce remakes over original shows.
+ Speaking of unoriginal television, it has only been 7 years since Charmed aired its final episode, but apparently executives over at CBS think that it should already be rebooted. I guess perhaps this is the price we pay for American Horror Story: Coven being so damn good.
+ Apparently people are still tuning into MTV shows, because the former music video network has renewed Catfish for another season. I suppose it beats putting out another show involving teenagers and their unplanned pregnancies.
(American Horror Story: Coven spoilers after the jump!)
Three Mad Men stars -- January Jones, Elisabeth Moss, and Vincent Kartheiser -- are in final talks to ink their two-year contracts, which secures their roles for the last two seasons of the award-winning series.
While Jones had fewer screen time in season five due to her pregnancy, Moss' character Peggy Olson was largely absent from the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce offices, leaving fans to question where her storyline will go next if Moss remains for another two seasons. Series creator Matthew Weiner shed some light on Peggy's arc (spoilers after the jump):
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It’s hard to keep a lid on the Top 3 song choices when the contestants are spending time back in their respective homes… and that’s just what we’ve been counting on. We’re hearing some rumors about what you’ll be hearing on American Idol next week. Keep reading to see all the song spoilers…
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Rumors are circulating that one of American Idol’s Top 4 will cover a tune that’s already been a huge hit for FOX in the past: Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing.” We’re hearing that the Wednesday night version of the song will be “mind-blowing.” And, we know who’s singing it. We also know which former Idol is coming back for the finale... to sing a duet with Jack Black. Follow the jump to get all the details...
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Spoiler alert! Tuesday’s episode of The Voice will feature the next round of the competition: the sing-off. Each judge (Cee Lo, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera) must whittle their eight contestants down to four…and video evidence suggests that not everyone is please with the results.
The video above shows Christina Aguilera contestants Frenchie Davis and Taralynn Ramsey singing it out to Beyonce’s “Single Ladies.” Following the number, Aguilera suffers a “minimal physical attack” from a watching audience member.
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The Top 5 week of American Idol will feature a Now and Then theme. Each contestant will sing a current song and a tune from the 1960s. Sounds like a good opportunity for the Idols to mix it up. Of course, it will also give reality TV watchers the chance to ooh and ahh at the baby photos that are also being included.
Get all the spoilers, recaps and eliminations when you read our American Idol 10 posts.
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American Idol’s Top 6 will be singing duets on Wednesday night. The songs will be selected from Carole King’s song collection, an extensive list of hits that includes “It’s Too Late” and “I Feel the Earth Move.”
It will be the first time Idol’s Top 6 have performed duets during a competition night. In previous seasons, duets during performance rounds were reserved for the Top 4.
Get all the spoilers, recaps and eliminations -- read all our American Idol 10 posts.
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Who would be perfect to play Aly Michalka’s sister on Hellcats? How about her actual sister AJ? The other Michalka will join the series on Tuesday as Deirdre, a girl Marti meets while searching for clues about her father.
Marti Perkins (Aly Michalka) will find Deirdre at a record store and eventually put the pieces together to make the connection that they’re actually sisters. The revelation leads to some heartbreaking information about Marti’s father. Aly and AJ co-starred together in Disney's Cow Belles, and they front a musical duo named 78violet.
New episodes of Hellcats return to The CW on Tuesday nights.
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American Idol’s Top 7 will put this week’s elimination behind them and move forward -- and next week’s theme will help them to do it.
The Idols will be crooning Songs from the 21st Century, so they’ve got about 11 years’ worth of music to pick from. The list includes Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Cee Lo... and lots of other artists Glee has already covered.
Get all the spoilers, gossip and recaps from the current season of the show -- read all our American Idol 10 posts.
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