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Hollywood News Friday - June 23, 2017



THE VIEW (ABC) Scheduled: Kumail Nanjiani, Emily V. Gordon

THE TALK (CBS) Scheduled: Leslie Jones, Daniel Goddard, guest co-hosts Paul Shaffer & Carnie Wilson

SHARK TANK (ABC) A cooler that keeps multiple drinks separated within one cold container; stylish baby mats; portable pressurized shower kit; folding smart-cart;               follow-up with the owners of the Tom & Chee grilled cheese business.

WHAT WOULD YOU DO? (ABC) White teens bully a Muslim peer; a couple insult their son's overweight girlfriend; an older man invites two teens to his studio to model for him; a man monitors his bartender girlfriend, calling her out for being flirty; a parent is overcritical.

20/20 (ABC) An international investigation into Otto Warmbier's 17-month imprisonment in North Korea, and his death, which occurred less than a week after he was             brought back to the United States in a state of unresponsive wakefulness.

DATELINE NBC (NBC) Police investigate whether the shooting of a young woman in Utah was an accident or something more sinister.

THE ORIGINALS (CW) season finale. The Mikaelsons are out of options as they face the all-powerful and impervious entity known as The Hollow; Vincent proposes a final, desperate plan that will force Klaus, Elijah, Hayley, Rebekah and Freya to make a great sacrifice.

LIVE PD (A&E) Police across the country work the Friday night shift in real time.


DARK MATTER (SYFY) Unbeknownst to the rest of the crew, Three has been trapped in a time loop, reliving the same day.

90 DAY FIANCE (TLC) A look at Chantel and Pedro's story details how they met in the Dominican Republic and lied to her parents about the real reason he came to    the U.S.

JOSH GATES’ DESTINATION TRUTH (TRAV) The truth about a malevolent force called a djinn in the deserts of Jordan; a lizard-like creature takes up residence in South Carolina.

LOGO TRAILBLAZER HONORS 2017 (VH1) Celebrating heroes who have made the world better for LGBTQ people; honorees include pop icon Cyndi Lauper,    activist Cleve Jones, choreographer Alvin Ailey, and the creators of ``Will & Grace.''.

MARRIAGE BOOT CAMP: REALITY STARS (WE) season finale. A brutal confrontation rages on and shuts down boot camp; lie detector shocks all; one boot         camper is busted for cheating; families face final decision to mend or end their toxic ties forever.

TONIGHT SHOW/JIMMY FALLON (NBC) Scheduled: Keanu Reeves, Cat Deeley, Ali Kolbert


Saturday, June 24th

LIVE PD (A&E) Police across the country work the night shift in real time.

TURN: WASHINGTON’S SPIES (AMC) Abe's plan to rescue Caleb becomes deadly; Anna must make a difficult decision; Arnold believes Peggy is keeping secrets.

DOCTOR WHO (BBCA) A spaceship that is trapped in the gravity well of a black hole harbors one of The Doctor's most-feared enemies.

TYLER PERRY’S FOR BETTER OR WORSE (OWN) back-to-back new episodes. In the first, Jennifer decides to take Richard's legal trouble into her own hands. In the second, Marcus' ex-teammate shows up at C-Sports. Plus: The guys come to the rescue of William, Marcus' old teammate.

WHAT ON EARTH? (SCI) Bizarre markings are observed from space in oceans and deserts across the planet; strange sightings point to conspiracies that could have         global repercussions.

GHOST ADVENTURES (TRAV) Zak Bagans and his crew head to Upper Fruitland, New Mexico, to help a family who are troubled by the ghost of a faceless young       boy; during the intense lockdown inside the Navajo Nation, the guys capture a chair moving on its own.


Sunday, June 25th

CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD (ABC) The men of Steve Harvey's family face off against the women; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar faces off with Ralph Sampson.

STEVE HARVEY’S FUNDERDOME (ABC) Featured inventions include an insulated cozy that holds multiple cans, a tote with a hidden dispensing bag for drinks,     boys' underwear with a magnetic fly, women's underwear that opens via a side clasp, and an appliance that makes stuffed waffles.

THE $100,000 PYRAMID (ABC) Celebrity battles featuring Aaron Rodgers, Erin Andrews, Italia Ricci and Robbie Amell.

NCIS: LOS ANGELES (CBS) repeat. NCIS looks into the disappearance of a Navy lieutenant commander who is working on foreign cyber threats with the NSA; the                 team celebrates the holidays.

AMERICAN GRIT (FOX) The cadres appoint new team captains who must navigate their blindfolded teammates during a boat race to prove they can work well          together; a contestant makes a revelation; Cena surprises a competitor with an off-site trip

MOVIE (NBC) “Despicable Me” animated. As he tries to execute a fiendish plot to steal the moon, a supervillain meets his match in three little orphan girls who want                 to make him their dad. Starring: Steve Carell, Jason Segel, Russell Brand, Julie Andrews, Will Arnett.

FEAR THE WALKING DEAD (AMC) An oncoming threat disrupts peace; Madison and Troy search for answers; Alicia must reconcile with her past.

PREACHER (AMC) season premiere. Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy begin the search to find God; the trio realizes that a killer cowboy from Hell follows them.

2017 BET AWARDS (BET/MTV-CL/SPIKE/VH1) Leslie Jones hosts the annual awards gala, which features performances by Bruno Mars, Future, Migos, Tamar      Braxton and Trey Songz. New Edition is honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award; and Chance the Rapper is honored with the Humanitarian Award.     Nominees include Beyoncé, who has seven nods; Bruno Mars, who has five; and Chance the Rapper, Solange and Migos, who each have four. From the           Microsoft Theater in L.A.

ANTHONY BOURDAIN: PARTS UNKNOWN (CNN) Bourdain tours the northern Portugal city with his former Les Halles boss, Jose Meirelles; food takes center      stage.

BOTCHED (E!) A cosplayer meets with the doctors to make her body more comical; Dr. Dubrow helps a woman whose previous plastic surgery left her with a heart        on her butt; Dr. Nassif operates on a woman who had her nose ruined over 30 years ago.

FAMOUSLY SINGLE (E!) Eight single celebrities enter an opulent LA loft to get help from relationship expert Dr. Darcy Sterling; immediately tensions flare between   the celebrities and a romance begins to blossom.

POWER (STARZ) season premiere. Ghost faces threats from all sides following his arrest for the murder of Agent Knox; Tasha scrambles to get bail as the Feds begin               to build their case; Tommy navigates his new role and enlists help in recovering Tariq.

90 DAY FIANCE: HAPPILY EVER AFTER? (TLC) Pao enjoys her Miami life while Russ struggles in Oklahoma; Danielle tries to move on; a visitor halts                 Mohamed's progress; Jorge reveals a secret to Anfisa; Loren misses N.Y. and her best friend; Chantel and Pedro deal with betraying her family.

CLAWS (TNT) As Virginia's lies deepen, Desna plays catch up to cover their tracks; Desna is determined to get her dream salon; something goes awry at the clinic,       putting Desna and Bryce in danger of Uncle Daddy's wrath.

WATCH WHAT HAPPENS (BRAVO) Scheduled: Ashley Graham; Ryan Serhant




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Life (R): The six-member crew of the International Space Station realize they are in way over their heads after they manage to collect the first evidence of extraterrestrial         life on Mars. After doing research, the crew discover the life is more intelligent than anyone ever expected. Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds

"Sleepless" (R): When a heist goes wrong, the son of undercover Las Vegas police cop Vincent Downs is kidnapped. In one long, sleepless night he will have to rescue      his son, evade an internal affairs investigation and bring the kidnappers to justice. Starring: Jamie Foxx, Michelle Monaghan, T.I.

"Altitude": FBI agent Gretchen Blair goes rogue during a hostage negotiation and is sent to a desk job back in Washington, D.C. As soon as her flight takes off, her           seatmate offers her millions of dollars if she can get him off the plane alive. As his ex-partners stage a brutal hijacking, Gretchen finds herself in the fight of    her life. Starring: Denise Richards, Dolph Lundgren

"Everybody Loves Somebody": Clara Barron seems to have it all: a great job, a beautiful house in Los Angeles and a Mexican family that loves to have fun. The only         thing left is getting her love life in order. Pressured to go to a wedding in Mexico, she asks a co-worker to pose as her boyfriend for the weekend festivities                 but things go off the rails once her ex shows up to the ceremony. Starring: Karla Souza, K.C. Clyde

"This Beautiful Fantastic": A reclusive young woman who dreams of becoming a children's author finds an unlikely mentor in her rich, but not very friendly, neighbor.                 Starring: Jessica Brown Findlay, Andrew Scott, Tom Wilkinson

"Railroad Tigers": A railroad worker and his ragtag group of freedom fighters get in over their heads when they decide to ambush a heavily armed military train filled        with desperately needed provisions. Unarmed and outnumbered, they must rely on their wits to battle an entire army. Starring: Jackie Chan

"Wilson": A lonely and neurotic middle-aged man reunites with his estranged wife and meets his teenage daughter for the first time. Starring: Laura Dern, Judy Greer,      Woody Harrelson



Melodrama by Lorde

Feed The Machine by Nickelback

The Mission by Styx

We're All Alright! [Deluxe Edition] by Cheap Trick

So You Wannabe an Outlaw by Steve Earle & The Dukes

Ladies & Gentlemen by The Rolling Stones


Cinco by Jim Gaffigan

Pretty Girls Like Trap Music by 2 Chainz

Some Girls: Live In Texas '78 by The Rolling Stones

Other by Alison Moyet

Live At The Checkerboard Lounge by The Rolling Stones and Muddy Waters

The Elements Tour Box by King Crimson

Louie Louie Louie by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy





Transformers: The Last Knight - PG-13 - Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi | Thriller - Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our                future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. - Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Stanley Tucci, Anthony        Hopkins

The Big Sick - R - Comedy | Romance - A couple deals with their cultural differences as their relationship grows.  Stars: Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter,    Ray Romano

The Beguiled - R - Drama | Western - At a girls' school in Virginia during the Civil War, where the young women have been sheltered from the outside world, a                 wounded Union soldier is taken in. Soon, the house is taken over with sexual tension, rivalries, and an unexpected turn of events.  Stars: Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning, Colin Farrell

The Bad Batch - R - Romance | Sci-Fi - A dystopian love story in a Texas wasteland and set in a community of cannibals.  Stars: Suki Waterhouse, Jason Momoa, Jayda


Ron Howard Signs On To Direct "Star Wars" Film - We told you that the Han Solo stand-alone film recently lost directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller because they couldn’t see eye-to-eye with Lucasfilm. Let’s hope Ron Howard will have better luck since he agreed to step in. Ron is expected to meet with the film’s stars Donald Glover, Alden Ehrenreich, Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke, and Thandie Newton to smooth over the sudden change in direction.  No word on when production will start.


The sequel to "Jurassic World" has a new poster and an official name: "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom." We don't know much in the way of plot, but Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and BD Wong are reprising their roles. What's more, original "Jurassic Park" star Jeff Goldblum will also be appearing in the upcoming installment. "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" is slated to hit theaters on June 22nd, 2018.


The counselors at Camp Firewood are making good on their promise to have a 10 year reunion. "Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later" catches up with the counselors in 1991 and based on the trailer, the only thing that's changed is the fashion. "Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later" will hit Netflix on August 4th.



"Downton Abbey" Movie Gets The Go Ahead - A "Downton Abbey" movie will apparently happen after all. We told you before that creator Julian Fellowes is working on a script, but that the project hadn't been given the green light. According to Michael Edelstein, the president at NBCUniversal International Studios, that's all changed - and the project is officially in the works with an estimated start date of sometime next year.  What's not clear is how much of the original cast will be participating. Word is that many of them are surprised that a movie 'has been in the works.' As Lady Edith herself Laura Carmichael puts it: “Well, tell my agent, because we’re still waiting to know. We’re hoping that will happen soon.”


Bill O'Reilly Won't Be Returning To TV...Yet - Bill O’Reilly will have a wait a while longer to return to TV because One America News Network has rescinded its job offer. The San Diego-based conservative news network that first made Tomi Lahren a star, apparently wanted the former Fox News Channel host. But apparently O’Reilly and his agent took too long to make a decision. OAN CEO Robert Herring tweeted, “We are pulling offer to @billoreilly, it could have paid him more than he made at Fox. We wish him luck.” No word on what Bill has coming up next.


After telling the story of Albert Einstein, Nat Geo is moving into the art world. The next season of "Genius" will focus on the life and times of Pablo Picasso. As producer Ron Howard explains, Picasso is "a trailblazer who left a profound artistic and cultural impact on the world." Casting hasn't started yet.


"Bachelor In Paradise" Is Back - And Corrine's Team Is Watching - As we previously reported, Warner Brothers has finished their investigation into the rumored sexual assault on the set of "Bachelor in Paradise" and according to their findings, there was no "misconduct." But word is that alleged victim Corinne Olympios isn't satisfied. The reality star and her team are launching their own investigation. Meanwhile, "Bachelor in Paradise" is set to resume filming July 4th and according to Us Weekly, DeMario Jackson, the accused "other party," has been invited to return. For those itching to watch this very tarnished season, Variety is reporting the original August 8th premiere date will have to be pushed back to later in the summer, but no exact date has been announced.


Harry Styles And Alessia Cara Lead Teen Choice Nominees - The first batch of Teen Choice Award nominees were just announced with Harry Styles receiving three solo music nods, including Choice Male Artist, Choice Rock Artist and Choice Cong: Male for "Sign of the Times. On the female side, Alessia Cara also nabbed three nominations, for Choice Female Artist, Choice Song: Female for “Scars To Your Beautiful” and Choice Collaboration for her tune with Zedd, “Stay.” The Teen Choice Awards will air August 13th live on Fox. Voting is currently open.


Mariah Carey Cameo Cut From “The House” - Actor Rob Hubel, who appears in the new Will Ferrell/Amy Poehler comedy “The House,” revealed that Mariah Carey was a real diva when she was on set shooting a cameo for the film. Well, in case you missed it, Ferrell recently hinted that the reports of her diva behavior were true, and because of it she won’t be in the film.  "She eventually did show up. There were suggestions that were not executed. She was on our set and yeah, things happened, and didn't happen," he said during an appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” "She did not make the final cut."  But even though Mariah’s scenes won’t be in the film, which opens June 30th, there’s a chance people may eventually see it, with Will admitting it may be “fun” to include them in the DVD extras.


How Much Money Did Taylor Swift Make From Streaming? - Thanks to her return to Spotify, four Taylor Swift albums returned to the “Billboard” 200 album chart this week. And while she may have had 47.51 million streams in her first week back on streaming sites, that doesn’t necessarily translate into a ton of money. According to “Billboard,” all those streams translated into about $310,000 in revenue in the first week, although how much Taylor gets of that depends on her label deal. The week prior, when her albums has limited availability,  she earned around $44,000.  She’d also earn some publishing royalties from those streams, which comes to about $64,000, an increase from $9,000 the week before, but that money’s divided by all the writers on the songs as well as publishers.  Overall, that means Taylor generated about $418,000 in revenue by coming back to streaming, which isn't too shabby.


Lana Del Rey Invites Fans To Her Birthday Party - Lana Del Rey turned 32 yesterday and is celebrating tonight with a big party at 1OAK and she wants her fans to come.  The Los Angeles venue shared a poster for the festivities which reads, “Lana Del Rey invites you to celebrate her f**king birthday,” and her reps have confirmed that she is indeed throwing the bash.  Earlier in the day, Lana thanked her fans for all their birthday love. “I just want to say thank you for each and every birthday wish,” she writes. “I’m so lucky because I have u! Thanks for making it a beautiful day.”


Katy Perry Tops This Week’s Artist 100 - Katy Perry is this week’s artist of the week, according to “Billboard.” The singer tops the magazine’s Artist 100 chart, which measures artist activity across “Billboard’s” most influential charts. This is Katy’s first week ever on top the Artist 100, jumping from 44 to the top spot. It took her 149 weeks to land at number one, passing the previous longest ascent, held by Bruno Mars, who took 114 weeks to get there. This is also the second week in a row that a female has topped the Artist 100, following Halsey’s reign last week, making it  the first time female artists have been at number one on consecutive weeks since Taylor Swift and Megan Trainor did it back in 2015…Ed Sheeran lands at number two this week, followed by Bruno Mars, Kendrick Lamar and Justin Bieber.


Shawn Mendes Drops Video For “There’s Nothing Holding Me Back - Shawn Mendes just dropped a new video for his latest single, “There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back.”  The clip, which costars Ellie Bamber, features clips of Shawn and Ellie enjoying an international whirlwind romance, hitting such romantic destinations as Paris, Amsterdam and the United Kingdom.  “There’s Noting Holding Me Back” is the latest single from the deluxe edition of Shawn’s album “Illuminate.”


Ed Sheeran is headlining Glastonbury this weekend and it seems he doesn’t need much to be happy before a performance. The singer’s rider for the huge festival leaked online and it sure looks like he’s pretty low maintenance. While a recent leaked tour rider from Justin Bieber demanded video games, a washing machine, massage tables and more, it seems Ed just needs a few beverages before his show.  In his rider, Ed asks for a bottle of Robinsons Squash, which is a fruit drink, six-packs of Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Fanta Orange, and Sprite, and a jar of Manuka Honey, which is his most expensive request at about $18.


In just 10 minutes, Kim Kardashian has made more money than most of us will in a lifetime. KKW Beauty includes a $48 Crème Contour and Highlight Kits in four different shades. According to Kimmy herself, the medium shade itself sold out just minutes after launch. Within three hours, all 300-thousand kits sold out, bringing in around $14.4-million. Not too bad for a day's work!


Tori Spelling Isn't Going To Jail - Tori Spelling's money problems are nothing new. "Star" magazine, however, is trying to add some sizzle to a well known story by claiming Tori could be heading to jail.  As Gossip Cop points out, "Star" is talking about a hypothetical situation. While Tori is in debt, they say she hasn't committed any fraud and thus isn't facing jail time. According to "Gossip Cop," a source close to the actress calls the story “absolutely ridiculous.”


Kate Beckinsale Caught Smooching A Much Younger Man - Is Kate Beckinsale is part of the cougar club? A new report says so. According to ET, the 43-year-old actress was seen smooching 21-year-old actor/comedian Matt Rife. The two reportedly met through a mutual friend and are "officially boyfriend and girlfriend." The craziest part? It's said that Kate's family and friends approve of the romance, despite the 22-year age gap. "Everyone in Kate’s circle loves Matt and are so supportive of this relationship," a source says. "He really is the sweetest guy and makes her so happy! Her entire family thinks he is the nicest and most lovely person.”  Beckinsale shares an 18-year-old daughter with Michael Sheen and was married to Len Wiseman for 11-years before they split in 2015.


George Clooney Sells Tequila Company For Major Bucks - Looks like George Clooney is trying to set his twins up for life. According to E!, he and his partners, Rande Gerber and Michael Meldman, have sold their Casamigos tequila company for a billion bucks to Diageo. In a statement, Mr. Amal Clooney said, “If you asked us four years ago if we had a billion dollar company, I don't think we would have said yes. This reflects Diageo's belief in our company and our belief in Diageo.” How much does Diageo believe in Casamigos? They’re going to initially pay George and his partners $700-million with the potential for another $300 million that’ll be based on the tequila’s performance over the next ten years. The deal should be done later this year.


 “Good Morning America” Reveals Summer Concert Series Lineup - The 2017 Summer Concert Series, from SummerStage in New York City's Central Park, will kick off May 19th with Green Day, with the season's lineup including Fifth Harmony, The Chainsmokers, Big Sean, Zedd featuring Alessia Cara, Imagine Dragons and Paramore. Fans of The Chainsmokers will have to get tickets in advance if they want to attend, while Beba Rexha’s show will be in Times Square. All other concerts are free and open to the public.

    June 23rd – Little Big Town

    June 30th – Bebe Rexha                                     July 7th – Big Sean

    July 14th – Lady Antebellum                              July 21st – Zedd featuring Alessia Cara

    July 28th – Imagine Dragons                              August 4th – Linkin Park

    August 11th – Bleachers                                     August 18th – Eric Church

    August 25th – Paramore                                    September 1st – Jason Derulo

    Date TBD – Dierks Bentley



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