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Hollywood News Thursday - October 19, 2017



LIVE! WITH KELLY & RYAN (ABC) Scheduled: Josh Brolin, Lauren Cohan

THE VIEW (ABC) Scheduled: Julianne Moore, Patti LuPone

THE TALK (CBS) Scheduled: Anjelica Huston, Francisco Caceres, Curtis Stone, guest co-host Garcelle Beauvais

ELLEN DEGENERES (SYN) Scheduled: Dax Shepard, Jordan Fisher & Lindsay Arnold, HAIM

HARRY CONNICK, JR. (SYN) Scheduled: Jessie James Decker, Stephanie Humphrey

STEVE (SYN) Scheduled: Isla Fisher, Cedric Yarbrough

THE REAL (SYN) Scheduled: Judge Greg Mathis

WENDY WILLIAMS (SYN) Scheduled: Dr. Mehmet Oz, Keyshia Cole

IT’S THE GREAT PUMPKIN, CHARLIE BROWN (ABC) animated: Linus waits in the pumpkin patch for the elusive Halloween symbol to appear.

TOY STORY OF TERROR! (ABC) When Woody, Buzz and the gang stop at a motel, one of them goes missing and the rest must figure out what is going on before      they suffer the same fate.

SCANDAL (ABC) During the first 100 days of Mellie's presidency, Fitz stays out of the limelight and takes up life as an ordinary citizen; Marcus begins important work       on the Fitzgerald Grant III Presidential Library.

HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER (ABC) Feeling like she's found her purpose again, Annalise focuses on developing her big case; Connor gets a surprise visit            from his dad; Laurel turns to an old friend to relieve some stress.

NFL THURSDAY NIGHT KICKOFF (CBS) James Brown hosts along with analysts Deion Sanders and Bill Cowher.

NFL FOOTBALL (CBS) “Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders” The Thursday night game is an AFC West showdown as the Chiefs visit the Raiders. These two          teams have split the four games they've played Thursday nights dating back to 1967. The only game played in Oakland was a 24-20 victory for the home


GOTHAM (FOX) In an attempt to regain power and identity, Nygma decides to put his former partner's skills to the test; Sofia Falcone appeals to Penguin's                 vulnerable side; Bruce surprises those around him with his bold actions.

THE ORVILLE (FOX) Ed Mercer's enthusiasm about his promotion to captain dampens when his ex-wife, Kelly, gets assigned to be his first officer; an alien race          ambushes the crew in an attempt to steal a time-accelerating device.

SUPERSTORE (NBC) Tensions rise among the employees after an attempted robbery; Glenn has a tough time firing the store security guard; Amy discovers that her    co-workers have been hanging out without her.

THE GOOD PLACE (NBC) Chidi and Eleanor tackle a famous ethical dilemma, leading to a conflict with Michael; Tahani confides in Janet.

WILL & GRACE (NBC) Jack is stunned to learn that his estranged son has a son of his own; Grace and Karen behave badly with the hot new guy at work.

GREAT NEWS (NBC) When the show is nominated for an American Journalism Award, Katie looks forward to spending the night with reporters she has admired   her entire life; Chuck is eager to reunite with all of his old anchormen friends.

CHICAGO FIRE (NBC) While running a secret errand, Dawson finds herself trapped in a collapsed parking structure; pressure mounts on Casey as he begins taking      on additional duties; Kidd grows increasingly skeptical of Hope.

SUPERNATURAL (CW) Sam and Dean begin to explore what Jack is capable of doing with his powers; an unexpected visit from Donatello alerts the brothers to the         fact that Jack will need more protection than they can provide.

ARROW (CW) Oliver tries to balance being the mayor, the Green Arrow and a father to William; Anatoly returns to Star City with a deadly agenda.

THE ELEVEN (A&E) series premiere: Investigators Lise Olsen and Fred Paige examine the confessions of Edward Harold Bell to determine if the inmate may have         been responsible for murdering 11 teenage girls in the 1970s.

THE WALKING DEAD (AMC) Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus and the rest of the cast and crew celebrate the 100th episode of "The Walking Dead" by reflecting                 on the history of the show and discussing the amount of time and effort dedicated to the series.

FLIPPING OUT (BRAVO) season finale: Jeff and Gage face numerous challenges, caring for a newborn, moving into a new home and pushing the business into          different directions, but Monroe's baptism is an opportunity to celebrate their blessings.

REAL ESTATE WARS (BRAVO) Jojo is shocked to see the condition of the home Michael has tasked her to sell; John lays out a strategy for the best way to sell his      brand new property, which is still under construction.

DALLAS COWBOYS CHEERLEADERS: MAKING THE TEAM (CMT) As training camp winds down, the pressure skyrockets, and the ladies start to crack.

PROJECT RUNWAY (LIFE) The designers must use safety materials to create a look that wows the judges in an unconventional challenge.

VAN HELSING (SYFY) Vanessa makes a horrific decision to save her daughter; Axel and a former ally struggle to survive in the wild; a group of juvenile delinquents              come face to face with a sadistic vampire.

GHOST WARS (SYFY) Pragmatic research scientist Landis Barker self-experiments to quantify the haunting of a Lambda Technologies branch in Port Moore after a      particle accelerator test goes horribly wrong.

MYSTERIES AT THE MUSEUM (TRAV) Don Wildman investigates a harrowing escape by stagecoach in the Wild West, a mysterious arsonist plaguing an Alaskan    town, and the tale of a missing mummy.

HAUNTED USA (TRAV) Tourists encounter ghosts, demons and psychic phenomena on a spine-tingling adventure through the darker side of the Crescent City.

BONG APPETIT (VICE) Abdullah and crew invite Brazilian chef Natalia Pereira from downtown LA restaurant Woodspoon to cook traditional dishes infused with             cannabis.

MARY MARY (WE) Erica and Tina discover Warryn tricked them; the Marys' travel to Africa and their plans derail; Goo keeps a shocking secret from her sisters.

JIMMY KIMMEL (ABC) Scheduled: Billy Joel, Tracy Morgan, Paul Shaffer


THE DAILY SHOW (COM) Scheduled: Vic Mensa

OPPOSITION (COM) Scheduled: Carol Anderson



Wonderstruck - PG - Drama | Family | Mystery - The story of a young boy in the Midwest is told simultaneously with a tale about a young girl in New York from fifty                 years ago as they both seek the same mysterious connection.  Stars: Oakes Fegley, Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams, Millicent Simmonds

The Snowman - R - Crime | Drama | Horror | Mystery | Thriller - Detective Harry Hole investigates the disappearance of a woman whose pink scarf is found                 wrapped around an ominous-looking snowman.  Stars: Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Chloë Sevigny, Val Kilmer

Same Kind of Different as Me - PG-13 - International art dealer Ron Hall must befriend a dangerous homeless man in order to save his struggling marriage to his wife,   a woman whose dreams will lead all three of them on the journey of their lives.  Stars: Renée Zellweger, Jon Voight, Djimon Hounsou, Greg Kinnear

Geostorm - PG-13 - Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller - When the network of satellites designed to control the global climate start to attack Earth, it's a race against the clock to uncover the real threat before a worldwide geostorm wipes out everything and everyone.  Stars: Abbie Cornish, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Gerard Butler, Ed           Harris

Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween - PG-13 - Comedy | Horror - Madea, Bam, and Hattie venture to a haunted campground and the group must run for their         lives when monsters, goblins, and the boogeyman are unleashed.  Stars: Tyler Perry, Patrice Lovely, Brock O'Hurn, Lexy Panterra









Beautiful Trauma by P!nk

Colors by Beck

Carry Fire by Robert Plant

Add Violence EP by Nine Inch Nails

The Saga Continues by Wu-Tang

The Missing Peace by L.A. Guns

I Believe in You by Dolly Parton

My Kind Of Christmas by Reba

Judas by Fozzy

Montrose (Deluxe Edition)(2CD) by Montrose

Jeff Beck - Live at The Hollywood Bowl by Jeff Beck and Jim Yukich

Out Of Silence by Neil Finn


Mr. Davis by Gucci Mane

Tommy Live at The Royal Albert Hall by The Who and Chris Rule



American Gods

Season 1

Ancient Aliens

Season 10, Volume 1


Batman vs. Two-Face (Blu-ray)


Batman vs. Two-Face

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

The Complete 2nd Season

Five People You Meet in Heaven, The (mini-series)

Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet In Heaven

Good Place, The

The Complete 1st Season

Green Acres

The Complete Series

Harts of the West

The Complete Series

Man with a Camera

The Complete Series


Series 1

Mystery Science Theater 3000

Volume 6


Season 5: The Final Season

Take a Good Look

The Definitive Collection

Teen Titans Go!

Season 4, Part 1: Recess Is Over

Top Gear America

Season 1


Vol. 1: Meet The New Girl On The Block!


"Samurai Jack: Season Five"

"Girls Trip" (R): When four college friends who have found themselves drifting apart - Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith and Tiffany Haddish - travel to   New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival. There's partying, there's romance, and there's plenty of drama. Starring: Tiffany Haddish, Regina Hall, Queen      Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith

"Spider-Man: Homecoming" (PG-13): A young Peter Parker begins to navigate his newfound identity as Spider-Man. After his experience with the Avengers, Peter        returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May and under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark. Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily         routine but when the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened. Starring: Tom Holland, Chris Evans,     Robert Downey Junior, Marisa Tomei

"Justice": A U.S. marshal arrives at a small town in the 1860s to find his brother, the town pastor, who died under suspicious circumstances. Through his investigation,           he finds that the town is full of corruption and deceit. Starring: Quentin Aaron, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Robert Carradine

"Landline": Two sisters come of age in '90s New York when they discover their dad's affair. Eventually, they learn he's not the only cheater in the family. Starring: Edie          Falco, Jenny Slate, John Turturro

"The Midwife": Tightly wound midwife Claire forms an unlikely friendship with Béatrice, her late father's free-spirited mistress. Despite being polar opposites, the two    women come to rely on each other after Béatrice reveals that she has brain cancer. Starring: Catherine Deneuve

"Shot Caller": Fresh out of prison, a man is forced by his gang leaders to orchestrate a major crime with a rival gang. Starring: Jon Bernthal, Lake Bell, Nicolaj Coster-    Waldau

"A Very Sordid Wedding": The town of Winters, Texas deals with the aftermath of the Supreme Court's ruling on same sex marriage. Starring: Bonnie Bedelia, Whoopi   Goldberg, Caroline Rhea

"The Wilde Wedding": Retired movie star Eve Wilde prepares to marry her fourth husband, the renowned English writer Harold Alcott. When Eve's first ex and other                 guests arrive at her estate for a weekend get-together, not everything goes as planned. Starring: Glenn Close, John Malkovich, Patrick Stewart

Lady Macbeth                                                         



Trailer for Louis C.K.'s "I Love You, Daddy" is here: The trailer for "I Love You, Daddy," the movie Louis C.K. filmed in secret, is here. The film follows a famed TV writer, his teenage daughter, and a writer-director with a history of dating much younger women who comes between them. "I Love You, Daddy" opens in New York and Los Angeles on November 17th, before expanding nationwide December 1st.


"Fashion Police" is coming to an end: It's the end of an era. E! is ending "Fashion Police" after 12 years of red carpet commentary. Naturally, the show's final special, which is set to air on November 27th, will honor the show's creator, the late Joan Rivers. “Fashion Police: The Farewell” will be hosted by Melissa Rivers and the current panelists, including Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, NeNe Leakes, and Margaret Cho. It will also feature highlights from Joan's years as host and footage from a previously unaired episode of Joan and her panel paying tribute to ’80s fashion.


"Black-ish" spin off gets premiere date: "Grown-ish," the "Black-ish" spinoff, is premiering next year. The show will follow the "Black-ish" character Zoey Anderson, played by Yara Shahidi, going to college. A two-episode season debut is set for January 3rd on Freeform.


"American Chopper" is making a comeback: "American Chopper" will ride again. Discovery Channel is bringing back the series next year, five years after it's first run ended. The reality series follows feuding father and son motorcycle builders Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr. as they put together bikes for a high-profile clients. This new version will focus of the men's mission to reinvigorate their businesses and reconcile their fractured relationship. An exact premiere date has been announced.


Val Chmerkovskiy to release a memoir: Turns out Val Chmerkovskiy can do more than dance. The "Dancing With the Stars" pro is set to release a memoir about his humble beginnings in Ukraine to his rise to his success as a dancer on the show. Val's "An Immigrant’s American Dream from Ukraine to the USA to Dancing with the Stars" hits stores on March 6th.


Alicia Keys Returning To “The Voice” - Alicia Keys is coming back to “The Voice.” NBC just announced that Alicia will be back for season 14 of the talent competition, which will be her third time as coach and mentor on the show. Joining Alicia for season 14 will be “Voice” regulars Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, as well as newcomer Kelly Clarkson, who was actually the one to announce Alicia’s return.


"Riverdale" Ratings Surge - Whoever decided to put the first season of "Riverdale" on Netflix ahead of its season premiere deserves a raise. The show hit the streaming platform shortly after its debut season wrapped and became a breakout hit. The season two premiere of the CW show is proof of Netflix's power. "Riverdale's" teen audience has increased 400%. What's more, the second season premiere grew an unprecedented 60% from its launch debut months earlier.  The return of "Riverdale" also marked the most streamed episode ever on the CW's website.


Is Fifth Harmony On The Verge Of Splitting? - Here’s some news that may have Fifth Harmony fans worried. A recent tabloid report claims the four remaining members of the group may be ready to move out on their own just like Camila Cabello did. The suggestion of a possible breakup is coming from “Life & Style” magazine, which claims Ally Brooke, Lauren Jauregui, Dinah Jane and Normani Kordei are all plotting the next chapter in their career. So far Fifth Harmony hasn’t commented on the rumors and for now they are still pretty busy. They kick off a tour of Australia and New Zealand on October 24th.


Michael Douglas' Son Going Into Family Business - Los Angeles is getting just what it needs – another hopeful actor. A Manhattan federal judge just gave Cameron Douglas the greenlight to take his act out west to jumpstart his career. “Make your reservations,” Judge Richard Berman told Michael Douglas’ son at a hearing yesterday. The 38-year-old plans to leave the Big Apple on November 1st. He’ll live with his grandfather, Kirk Douglas, while he looks for an apartment and auditions for roles. He’ll come back to the east coast between Thanksgiving and Christmas for the birth of his first child with his Brazilian girlfriend, Viviane Thibes. Other than that, he’ll be a Los Angeles resident. Cameron – who was released from federal prison in March after serving almost seven years on drug charges – will continue to get treated for drug addiction, and will be monitored by the federal parole system on the west coast. The judge also ordered him to get started on his 450-hours of community service.


"House Of Cards" Locked Down During Mass Shooting - The mass shooting that happened in Maryland yesterday was only a mile away from the set of “House of Cards.” To review, five people were shot, and three died. The set of the Netflix show was put on lockdown. The “House of Cards” cast includes Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright, and Oscar winner Mahershala Ali. The show is currently shooting its sixth season.


Johnny Depp Is In Yet Another Lawsuit - Johnny Depp has no fear of legal battles. While still duking it out with his former management company, Depp is now also suing his longtime talent lawyer who he claims collected more than $30-million in fees without a written contract.  Depp accuses Jake Bloom and his firm of "violating some of the most basic tenets of the attorney-client relationship." Without going into detail, Depp also alleges that Bloom didn't disclose conflict of interests.



NBC Set For “Trolls Holiday” Special - NBC is bringing “Trolls” to TV for the holidays.  Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick will return to reprise their “Troll” characters Branch and Polly for “Trolls Holiday,” which will air November 24th.  J.T. shared a sneak peek at the special on Twitter, noting, “Nov 23rd is Turkey day. Nov 24th - date night with Branch & Poppy. @Trolls #TrollsHolidays is premiering Friday, Nov. 24 on @NBC.”


Fox & iHeartMedia Get Into The Music Competition Game - Fox is teaming up with iHeartMedia to do “The Four: Battle for Stardom.” This music competition will start where most competitions end – with the four finalists. The singers, who’ll be chosen from auditions by the show, will defend their spots on the stage as new singers try for their spots. If the finalists can outperform their challengers, they’ll survive to sing another week. At the end of the season, the final four will face off against each other. “The Four: Battle for Stardom” will be different from “The Voice” and “American Idol” because the winner will work with the series’ panel of judges, a team of elite starmakers, who’ll help launch and guide the winner’s music career. In addition, the winner will be featured in iHeartMedia’s “On the Verge” artist development program, which will give them airplay on of he iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide.


Solange Leads 2017 Soul Train Award Nominations - The 2017 Soul Train Award nominations were announced yesterday, and Solange ended up with the lion’s share. Beyoncé’s little sister walked away with seven nods, including Video and Song of the Year for “Cranes in the Sky,” and Best R&B/Soul female artist…Bruno Mars was right behind her with six nods. “That’s What I Live” is up for Song of the Year, and “24K Magic” is competing in the Album/Mixtape of the Year category. Another artist will multiple nominations is Khalid. He’s up for Best New Artist and Best R&B/Soul Male Artist. Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” is competing against DJ Khalid, Rihanna, and Bryson Tiller’s “Wild Thoughts” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble” in the Rhythm & Bars category. The category used to be called Best Hip-Hop Song of the Year. Also Toni Braxton will receive the Don Cornelius Legend Award and SWV will be honored with the Lady of Soul Award – both for career achievement. The 2017 Soul Train Awards will take place on November 5th in Las Vegas. We’ll get to see it on November 26th on BET.


New Liam Payne Single Coming Friday - Liam Payne fans have something to look forward to this week. The singer just revealed that his new single “Bedroom Floor” will be dropping Friday.  This will be Liam’s second solo single since One Direction decided to take a break. He previously released “Strip That Down,” featuring Migos. He is also featured on Zedd’s tune “Get Low.”


Demi Lovato Opens Up About Her Wilmer Valderrama Breakup And More In New Documentary - Demi Lovato’s YouTube documentary “Simply Complicated” just debuted and in it the singer opens up about a variety of very personal subjects, including her former relationship with actor Wilmer Valderrama. Demi says she met Wilmer when she was just 17, after she went to his house to film a PSA about the 2010 census, although she admits, “I only did it because I heard it was at his house and I thought he was really cute."   Demi insists there wasn’t any drama connected with their split. “It had nothing to do with falling out of love. We decided together that we're probably just better as friends,” she says. “I do have moments where it's late at night and I'm lonely and I wonder if I made the right decision, because love is a gamble. I don't know if I'll lose him for the rest of my life.”


Selena Gomez Stops Fan From Committing Suicide - Selena Gomez may have helped save a girl’s life. According to “The Blast,” Selena reached out to a young girl who runs one her fan accounts after the girl posted a suicide note in which she said she was going to kill herself on Monday.  Several fans quickly tried to convince the girl not to go through with her plan, and many tagged Selena so she’d know what was going on and she did indeed respond. Selena reportedly sent a private message to the girl explaining, “I don’t care if you love or hate me, suicide is never the answer. If you need someone to talk to, please dm me – you are loved by your family and friends, trust me. I love you.”  Police eventually showed up to the girl’s house and she has since been hospitalized and will be receiving the professional help she needs.


The Royal Baby has a Date: Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton have revealed the due date of their third child. If all goes according to plan, the latest royal baby will make his or her debut in April 2018. The new addition will join big brother, four-year-old Prince George, and two-year-old big sister, Princess Charlotte.


“Project Runway” Finalist, Dead at 39: Mychael Knight has died. The 39-year-old passed away yesterday at a Georgia hospital. He had apparently checked into the hospital to be treated for intestinal issues recently. While it’s unclear what actually caused his death, he recently revealed that he’d been suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, which was affecting his immune system. As you might recall, Knight placed fourth on the third season of “Project Runway,” and won the Fan Favorite Award that year. He also competed on an “All-Stars” version of the show. In addition to his own line of clothing and lingerie, he’d worked with Starbucks and had created the MajK fragrance.



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