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Hollywood News Monday - October 15, 2018



LIVE! WITH KELLY & RYAN (ABC) Scheduled: Jimmy Kimmel, Ike Barinholtz

THE VIEW (ABC) Scheduled: Sen. Ben Sasse

THE TALK (CBS) Scheduled: Sting & Shaggy, Krista Smith, guest co-host Lisa Ling

ACCESS LIVE (SYN) Scheduled: Busy Philipps, Sandra Lee, John C. Reilly, guest co-host Scott Evans

ELLEN DEGENERES (SYN) Scheduled: Kunal Nayyar, Ellie Kemper

STEVE (SYN) Scheduled: Jonathan & Drew Scott

THE REAL (SYN) Scheduled: Maks Chmerkovskiy

WENDY WILLIAMS (SYN) Scheduled: Melissa Garcia, A.J. Gibson

DANCING WITH THE STARS (ABC) Former show stars -- as well as some new faces -- join the couples for trio dances; one couple is eliminated.

THE GOOD DOCTOR (ABC) Shaun recalls his own past to help an intellectually disabled teenager face separation from his mother; Claire is put between an injured     teenage rock climber and her worried parents.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD (CBS) Dave gives Calvin a key to his house in case of an emergency and is pleasantly surprised when the gesture is reciprocated.

HAPPY TOGETHER (CBS) When Cooper has to get in shape for an underwear ad, Jake and Claire are inspired to ditch their junk food and join his ultrahealthy             lifestyle; Cooper and his trainer put Jake and Claire on the most intense diet and exercise program of their lives.

MAGNUM P.I. (CBS) An art connoisseur and close friend of Higgins who recently hired Magnum to test his security is murdered, and Thomas is arrested as the main suspect.

BULL (CBS) Business becomes personal for Bull when TAC assists with a civil suit against the bank that funded the terrorists responsible for Cable's death; Marissa    enlists her former homeland security co-worker Taylor Rentzel to help with the suit.

THE RESIDENT (FOX) Chastain is flooded with concertgoers when a stampede at a music festival leaves many in need of doctors; Bell stirs the pot when the                 hospital's revered orthopedic surgeon demands a better resident.

9-1-1 (FOX) Maddie goes on a ride-along with Athena; Hen must figure out how to save her family from permanently falling apart; the first responders deal with         emergencies both at a military funeral and a movie theater.

THE VOICE (NBC) The blind auditions conclude to make way for the battle rounds, where music industry mentors help prepare the artists to go head-to-head in             dueling duets; coaches pick the winners, who will move on to the knockouts.

MANIFEST (NBC) Michaela and Saanvi have a similar vision, but it takes them some trial, error and teamwork to heed the call; Jared takes the fall for Michaela's                misstep at work; Ben comes face-to-face with the man who replaced him.

ARROW (CW) season premiere: At Slabside Maximum Security Prison, Oliver is determined to keep a low profile to shorten his sentence; Oliver is tested when he   runs into old foes; Diggle and Dinah have taken on new jobs and left their costumes behind.

CONSTANTINE: THE LEGEND CONTINUES (CW) Actor Matt Ryan hosts this special about the animated series "Constantine: City of Demons"; a sneak                 preview of the upcoming season of "DC's Legends of Tomorrow.".

GOD KNOWS WHERE I AM (PBS) The diary of a deceased homeless woman, found near her body in a New Hampshire farmhouse, documents her starvation and          loss of sanity as she attempted to survive a brutally cold winter.

CULTURESHOCK: CHRIS ROCK’S BRING THE PAIN (A&E) Comic Chris Rock recounts the events that led to the creation of his 1996 HBO special, widely      considered a revelatory work with a bold style that changed the conversation about race in popular culture, as well as the face of comedy forever.

REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ORANGE COUNTY (BRAVO) In Jamaica, the heat gets to everyone; Shannon laughs it up in a salt scrub with Vicki and Kelly; Gina        shares an emotional moment with the ladies; after some fun and games on bamboo rafts and rope swings, tension erupts between Shannon and Tamra.

MONDAY NIGHT COUNTDOWN (ESPN) The ESPN NFL team previews the Monday night football action.

NFL FOOTBALL (ESPN) “San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers” Green Bay hosts San Francisco. The teams have played seven times in the playoffs since 1996               and will meet for the 60th time. After the Packers won 13 of 14 games from 1995 to 2010, the 49ers have won four of the past five head-to-head meetings.

TEEN MOM OG (MTV) Bristol tries to stay positive after Dakota moves all her stuff into the guest bedroom; Cheyenne causes a scene at her family's BBQ and          misdirects her anger towards her boyfriend, Zach; Amber goes to Los Angeles for a month.

LONG ISLAND MEDIUM (TLC) Theresa reads one of the construction workers in her home; in a group reading, she changes the mind of a skeptic who lost his son     in a car accident; with Larry living in Los Angeles, Theresa makes an effort to spend time with her family.

LONG LOST FAMILY (TLC) A young woman hopes Chris can help solve the thirty-year old mystery of her younger brother's disappearance from a Miami Beach       hotel; a man's search for his birth mother reveals a shocking family secret his grandparents took to the grave.

GHOST ADVENTURES (TRAV) The crew investigates a number of buildings in Deadwood, S.D., which is known as one of the deadliest towns in U.S. history.

LOVE & HIP HOP: HOLLYWOOD (VH1) Teairra confronts Brooke about her messy ways; Nikki Baby pulls up on Solo; Roccstar calls out Marcus; Moniece and          Fizz's relationships hit the skids; A1 and Lyrica hold a gender reveal party and not everyone is invited.

REMY & PAPOOSE: MEET THE MACKIES (VH1) Papoose decides to honor the Golden Child with fresh ink and a heartfelt record, while Remy-Ma-tha pulls no    punches when she surprises Papoose with a "dad-chelor" party.

JIMMY KIMMEL (ABC) Scheduled: Adam Sandler, Eminem

STEPHEN COLBERT (CBS) Scheduled: Melissa McCarthy, Phoebe Robinson

JAMES CORDEN (CBS) Scheduled: Jon Hamm, Judy Greer


LATE NIGHT/SETH MEYERS (NBC) repeat: Mariska Hargitay, Ice-T, Sebastian Maniscalco, Tom Odell, Sean Kinney

WATCH WHAT HAPPENS: LIVE (BRAVO) Scheduled: Heather Dubrow, Anthony Atamanuik

THE DAILY SHOW (COM) Scheduled: Amandla Stenberg

LAST CALL/CARSON DALY (NBC) Scheduled: Jane Levy, American Aquarium, Carly Craig






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Christmas Party by The Monkees

Synthesis Live by Evanescence

ASTROWORLD by Travis Scott

DROGAS WAVE by Lupe Fiasco

Mezmerize by System of a Down

Cloud Symbols by Graham Parker

Season of Peace - The Christmas Collection by Michael McDonald

Rocket by Edie Brickell & New Bohemians



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Halloween - R - Horror | Thriller - Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night four decades ago.  Stars: Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, James Jude Courtney


Pete Davidson & Ariana Grande Call Off Engagement… Still Together? - As we’ve been telling you, Ariana Grande has been going through a tough time lately ever since the loss of her former boyfriend Mac Miller. Now it looks like she’s taking some time for herself. The singer and Pete Davidson have reportedly called off their engagement just months into their whirlwind relationship.  According to a source, it was a "mutual" decision. Apparently, the timing just wasn’t right and it was “way too much too soon.”  As of this weekend, Grande hasn’t deleted any photos or videos on her social media of Davidson – although it’s worth noting that his accounts are no longer active. 


Is Rosie O’Donnell Engaged?: Congratulations may be in order for Rosie O’Donnell. Based on an update to her girlfriend Elizabeth Rooney’s Instagram profile, it seems possible that she’s engaged now. Rooney just added the letter “R” with a diamond ring emoji next to it to her profile… which seems to confirm recent reports that O’Donnell proposed to her recently.


“Avenger: Infinity War” Director Opens A Restaurant: “Avengers: Infinity War” director Joe Russo is taking on a new industry. He’s opened a new eatery in Los Angeles along with James Beard award-winning chef Jessica Largey. It’s already proving to be a hot spot for superhero movie actors like Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, and Don Cheadle, all of whom have been spotted at the restaurant.


Demi Moore On Instagram: Demi Moore has made her Instagram debut... thanks to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding over the weekend. She recently took to Instagram to make her first-ever post – a video thanking her British designer friend Stella McCartney for hooking her up with a Royal ensemble for the special day. She modeled the look a little for the camera and called her one of her accessories designers Philip Treacy “genius.”


Gia Enter Deportation Fight: If you thought the Giudice family was going to let Joe Giudice get deported without a fight, you were sadly mistaken. Gia Giudice – Joe and Teresa’s oldest daughter – is doing her part to keep Joe in the country with the help of Fred Rubino, a comedian who calls himself the “voice of Italian Americans.” She posted one of his videos where he’s talking about how unfairly Joe is being treated. He basically thinks that “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star is being treated unfairly because he’s Italian. The comments were so negative that Gia had to disable the comments. Joe will be sent back to Italy when he’s released in March. He has 30 days to appeal the judge’s decision.


Jamie Foxx & Katie Holmes Step Out: The worst-kept secret in Hollywood – better known as Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes’ relationship – was on display in New York over the weekend. The two attended the Lumiere de Vie Hommes Launch yacht party. Sources say they arrived together holding hands, but separated once they got there. While Katie was holed up in a backroom, Jamie was busy spinning 90s hip-hop for the crowd and taking four Patron shots in 20 minutes. No word on whether they left together…


True’s Halfway There: Happy half-birthday, True Thompson! Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson’s baby girl is halfway through her first year of life, and her cousins came together to celebrate. The Kardashian-Jenner babies – Stormi Webster, Saint and Chicago West, and Dream Kardashian were on hand to help True get rid of the sweets that were everywhere.


Queen Latifah Turns Down Award - Queen Latifah has been awarded the Marian Anderson Award, but she’s decided not to accept it for personal reasons.  According to their website, the award celebrates critically acclaimed artists who have impacted society in a positive way, either through their work or their support for an important cause. Past winners include Oprah Winfrey, Maya Angelou, and Quincy Jones. The rapper-turned-Academy Award nominee didn’t elaborate on her reasons, and the organization didn’t, either. They’ve rescheduled their November 20th gala and said they hope to honor Latifah in the future.


“A Star Is Born” Soundtrack Debuts At Number One - The soundtrack to Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” has gone to number one. The album tops this week’s “Billboard” 200 Album chart, with 231,000 equivalent album units, 162,000 in traditional album sales. Those numbers mark the biggest week for a soundtrack since “Fifty Shades of Grey” debuted at number two in February 2105 with 258,000 units. In just one week, "Star is Born" also became the third-best-selling soundtrack of 2018, following “The Greatest Showman” and “Black Panther: The Album.” It is also the second “A Star Is Born” soundtrack to top the chart, with the soundtrack to the Barbra Streisand/Kris Kristofferson version spending six weeks at number one in 1977. The album is now the fifth number one for Lady Gaga, and her fifth number one in this decade, which is the most of any female artist.      Elsewhere on the “Billboard” 200, Twenty One Pilots’ “Trench” debuts at two, followed by Lil Wayne’s “The Carter V” at three, Lil Baby and Gunna’s “Drip Harder” at four and Eric Church’s “Desperate Man” at five.


“Billboard” Reveals 21 Under 21 2018 List - “Billboard” has come out with their annual 21 Under 21 list, noting the hottest stars under the age of 21. The site determined the rankings based on “album sales, track sales, streaming volume, social media impressions, and radio and TV audiences reached” and other factors during the past 12 months.  Topping the list again this year is Shawn Mendes, thanks to his third consecutive number one album this year, four number ones on the Adult Top 40 and more. Coming in at number two is Khalid, followed by Lil’ Pump. “Billboard’s” Top 10 Stars Under 21 - Shawn Mendes, Khalid, Lil Pump, Billie Elish, Juice WRLD,    Danielle Bregoli, Daya, Sabrina Carpenter,  Jaden Smith, Why Don’t We


Former “American Idol” contestant arrested for heroin distribution: Former “American Idol” contestant Antonella Barba was arrested in Virginia and charged with heroin distribution of more than 100 grams. If convicted she faces five to 40 years in prison. Barba finished in the top 16 during “Idol’s” sixth season, which was won by Jordin Sparks.


Louis Tomlinson & Liam Payne have a mini 1D reunion on “X Factor:” One Direction fans got a mini-reunion during this weekend’s episode of “The X Factor UK.” Tomlinson is a judge on the show and he asked former bandmate Liam Payne to give his input into this year’s contestants. Liam appeared not only with Tomlinson, but with Nile Rodgers in Ibiza for the houses portion of the program.


Christina Aguilera forced to cancel a second show: As we previously told you, Christina Aguilera was forced to cancel her recent "Liberation Tour" stop in Ontario under doctors orders, and apparently she didn’t get better in time for her weekend show in Detroit. She revealed on Twitter that she was “so much closer” to a recovery, but her doctors still warned her against performing, so Detroit was postponed. She promises she will make up the show to fans. Her next scheduled show is tomorrow in Chicago.


Former 3 Doors Down Bassist Gets 10 Years - We previously reported that former 3 Doors Down bassist Robert Todd Harrell was arrested again, this time on drug and weapon charges. Authorities responded to his home back in June after an alarm went off, finding the drugs and guns in him and his wife’s home.  Now it’s been revealed that he will serve the “maximum penalty” for the gun charge. After pleading guilty to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, Harrell’s been sentenced to 10 years in the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections.


“Iron Fist” Star Responds To Show Cancelation: Just days after Marvel and Netflix announced that “Iron Fist” won’t be returning for a third season, Finn Jones has responded to the cancelation. Taking to Instagram, Jones posted a photo of the Immortal Iron Fist and wrote, “with every end is a new beginning.” In the caption, he also sends his “love and respect” to everyone involved in production for the last two seasons. “Defending the greatest city in the world amongst the most talented and warmest people has been a privilege and a joy,” he adds. “Blessed to have taken this journey and grateful for the ongoing support.”


“Idol” Alum Busted for Heroin: Antonella Barba was busted for allegedly dealing heroin. The “American Idol” season six contestant was arrested and charged with distribution of more than a hundred grams in Virginia on Thursday. She could get up to 40 years if she’s convicted. The New Jersey native competed in 2007 during the season that Jordin Sparks ultimately won.


Tommy & Pammy’s Son has a Job: Congratulations are in order for Brandon Lee. The son of Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson has landed a spot on “The Hills New Beginnings.” The 22-year-old recently made headlines for fighting with his father. At the time, Tommy revealed that he’d spent $130-thousand on the kid’s rehab. Maybe this job will let him pay him back.


“Life-Size 2” Gets a Date: If you’ve been waiting with bated breath for “Life-Size 2,” now you can focus on a date. Freeform announced that the made-for-TV movie will debut on December 2nd as part of the network’s 25 Days of Christmas programming block. And get this – the original “Life-Size” will also air in November as part of the Kickoff to Christmas.


Weekend Movie Wrap-Up

“Venom” – $33.7 million

“A Star Is Born” – $28 million

“First Man” – $16.5 million

“Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween” – $16.2 million

“Smallfoot” – $9.3 million

“Night School” – $8 million

“Bad Times at the El Royale” – $7.2 million

“The House With A Clock In Its Walls” – $4 million

“The Hate U Give” – $1.8 million

“A Simple Favor” – $1.4 million


“Black Panther” Director Returning For Sequel: “Black Panther” director Ryan Coogler is headed back to Wakanda after signing on to direct and write the Marvel film’s sequel. He’ll reportedly start writing the script next year, aiming to start production in late 2019 or early 2020. Neither Marvel or their parent company Disney have made official statements about Marvel’s upcoming movie plans past the next “Avengers” movie, but the next “Black Panther” was expected since it’s highly successful debut.


Disney Shares First Trailer For Live-Action “Aladdin”: Disney has released the first official teaser for its upcoming live-action “Aladdin” remake. A whopping 27 years after the original film came out in 1992, the live-action version will hit theaters next may. In the trailer, viewers get a glimpse of the sandy hills of Agrabah as an instrumental version of “Arabian Nights” plays. Although it’s not shown in the video, it was announced earlier that Will Smith would portray the genie.



Jason Biggs Celebrates A Year Of Sobriety - Jason Biggs is opening up about his health. He recently revealed that he’s celebrating one year of sobriety.  Posting to Instagram, the actor recently shared a picture of his Alcoholic’s Anonymous chip commemorating the milestone. “I first tried to get sober over 5 years ago,” he wrote in the caption. “After some fits and starts, I’ve managed to put together one year of sobriety.”  The actor also sent out a message in support of anyone else on a similar journey.


Hailee Steinfeld To Host The 2018 MTV EMAs - Hailee Steinfeld has been tapped to host and perform at the 2018 MTV European Music Awards, taking place November 4th at the Bilbao Exhibition Centre in Bilbao, Spain. “The EMAs are a show where anything can happen,” Hailee shares. “I can’t wait to host a night filled with incredible artists, performances, some surprises of my own – let’s do this, Bilbao!” As we previously told you, Camila Cabello leads the pack of nominees with six, including nods for Best Artist, as well as Best Song and Best Video for her hit “Havana,” featuring Young Thug.


Adam Lambert & Ledesi added to NBC’s “Wicked” special: As we previously told you, NBC is celebrating 15 years of the Broadway musical “Wicked” with a special on October 19th and now more stars have been added to the broadcast. Adam Lambert and Ledesi join an already star-studded lineup that includes the show’s original stars, Tony winner Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth, as well as Ariana Grande and Pentatonix.


BTS on cover of “Time” magazine: K-Pop band BTS are featured on the cover of this week’s “Time” magazine. The band is being honored as one of their “Next Generation Leaders,” reprsenting young people who will shape the future.


Rami Malek Talks Fired “Bohemian Rhapsody” Director: We previously reported that Bryan Singer was fired as director of the upcoming Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Now, Rami Malek, who stars in the film as Freddie Mercury, is speaking out about the firing. The actor has confirmed Singer’s previous claims that they had “creative differences on set.” He says that the reason he’s “so drawn” to the movie, and his role as Mercury, is because of the “collaboration of so many different artists.” But, “when it becomes about one person on set, that’s a problem.”


Scarlett’s Getting Paid: Congratulations are in order for Scarlett Johansson. She scored $15 million dollar payday for her “Black Widow” movie. That’s how much Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth made for playing Captain America and Thor, respectively, in “Avengers: Infinity War.” That’s also their going rate for their other Marvel films. This will be her sixth outing as Black Widow.



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