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12 Monkeys: Season 2 Premiere Review

Note: Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.

12 Monkeys is back, and yes, it’s as trippy and twisty as ever. Am I crazy to even try to parse out meaning in the opening, when the narrator (Madeleine Stowe!) says “This is A story about how the world ends” instead of “This is THE story about how the world ends”? Three words in to Season 2, and I’m already overthinking. Actually, I loved the simplicity of the recap: 12 Monkeys as a children’s bedtime story, focusing not on the questions about the Red Forest and the whys and hows of time travel and who did what when, but on the emotional core of the series. Cole and Cassie, and how she awakened his humanity.

“The Year of the Monkey” picks up pretty much where we left off last year. After sending a wounded Cassie to Dr. Jones in 2043, he’s somehow altered history by saving Ramse instead of leaving him to die. At least, according to the Witness, who told Olivia and the rest of the Army that Ramse is supposed to have died already. But could it be possible that The Witness lied about that for… time reasons? Whatever the case is, we still don’t know what, if any, impact Ramse’s still being alive has had on the timeline, but Olivia is so over it. Ramse’s “cycle is over” and she wants him dead. Getting spoilers from the Witness makes it hard to watch life unfold in real time, I guess.

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Kim Dickens Reveals Answers About That ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Premiere

There’s a big reason to be scared on Sunday nights, and it’s only partially because you have work on Monday. 

The much-anticipated “Walking Dead” companion series, “Fear the Walking Dead,” finally premiered on AMC, and it was intense. Things got started when Nick (Frank Dillane) woke up from a drug binge to discover that a bunch of people are dead and his friend is eating them. Realizing this isn’t normal, he runs into the street, gets hit by a car and winds up in a hospital bed, a la Rick Grimes – and the series gets underway. 

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We’ve heard the companion series would be way different from “Walking Dead,” and the premiere finally showed us what that meant. While the original show has been a lot about cool zombie head shots, the “Fear” premiere focused more on the struggles of Madison Clark (Kim Dickens), a school guidance counselor who couldn’t care less about being sentimental, and her boyfriend Travis Manawa (Cliff Curtis), an English teacher, as they try to blend their families in the midst of a zombie outbreak. (Great timing, y’all.)

The premiere answered a lot of questions, but it raised quite a few as well. For instance, while struggling with a zombie at the end, did Madison actually get bit? And why do Madison’s kids hate Travis so much? Plus, Travis fixes a leak and says he saved them $ 300. Would it really cost that much? If so, why didn’t we all just become plumbers?

Luckily, “Fear” actress Kim Dickens talked with The Huffington Post about the premiere to answer those questions and more:

There’s a struggle between you and a zombie at the end of the first episode. Did you actually get bit?

It doesn’t appear that my character gets bitten. That’s for sure. There’s definitely scuffling, as our characters are certainly naïve of the dangers of what exactly is going on. So we get dangerously close to them.

What’s scarier: fighting zombies or raising the teens?

I personally have not raised any teens, but I have been a teenager. I jokingly said my character’s training is that she’s been wrangling teenagers for a while.

Why do the kids hate Travis so much? He seems cool.

I don’t know if they hate him. I think it’s just sort of daily dramas that go with blending a family when you have teenagers, and there’s a new authority in the house and everyone’s adjustment to that.

Since a lot of the series focuses on Los Angeles, are we going to see health-conscious or vegan zombies?

They may have been healthy before they were zombies. But I don’t think they’re very discerning in their appetite. Or they are discerning but certainly not healthy. Our zombies are fresher because they’re less decomposed. It’s an earlier place in this outbreak. So our infected — we’re not calling them zombies or walkers, we’re calling them “infected” because that’s all we know — so they look different. They’re fresher.

Though you call them infected, on “Walking Dead” they’re called walkers. LA isn’t known for people walking a lot. Do you think that gives you an advantage?

[Laughs] Well, you know, you can get in your car, and you’re stranded in traffic, so I don’t think it’s necessarily an advantage.

Will we see any LA celebrity zombies?

Wouldn’t that be great? Or go see a zombie ruin somebody’s red carpet moment. I don’t think so. Not in the first season, at least. 

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What is the symbol your character’s daughter Alicia gets drawn on her arm? Just a spiral?

I don’t know. That’s between her and her boyfriend’s character.

While in the hospital talking to the cops, Nick says he doesn’t even know what viscera is. Can you explain to everyone what is viscera? And can we expect more big words on the show?

[Laughs] I would imagine so. Viscera. Isn’t it parts inside the body?

Yeah, I think it’s like entrails and stuff. Speaking of that, when you guys go to the drug den there’s blood everywhere. Why don’t you call the cops at that point?

I’ve had a lot of dealings with the cops and probably wanted to get to my son first. [Madison’s] son on the show is an addict, so I think her instinct was just to try to get him on her own rather than go to the cops.

Early on, Travis repairs a leak and says it saves you $ 300. Would it really cost that much?

I don’t know. You’re gonna have to talk with the writers because that seems kind of pricey.

If the zombies don’t scare ya, the repair bills sure will.

“Fear the Walking Dead” airs Sunday at 9:00 p.m. ET on AMC.

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Rape as Weapon of War: San Francisco Opera’s World Premiere of Two Women (La Ciociara)


“If you succeed in passing through this line without leaving a single enemy alive (…), I proclaim: these women, these houses, this wine, all that you find there is yours, for your pleasure and your will.” The same promise could have been made in ancient biblical times, or uttered by Agamemnon facing Troy, but in this historical case it was made in World War II. In 1944, a French general goaded Moroccan soldiers to break the German lines in Monte Cassino, Italy, in a battle that allowed the Allies to advance toward Rome and ultimate victory. The spoils of war: some 7,000 Italian women were marocchinate or “morrocaned”– raped in the days following the battle.


This is the background for Marco Tutino‘s new opera Two Women (La Ciociara), based on Alberto Moravia‘s 1958 novel of the same name that led to the filmed version by Vittorio de Sica, starring Sophia Loren as the Roman shopkeeper Cesira, a young widow and mother of a teenage girl. (The film can be watched free on the internet.)

Commissioned by David Gockley, the adventurous director of San Francisco Opera (seven new operas commissioned during his tenure), Tutino co-wrote the libretto and composed the work for star soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci, the perfect operatic incarnation of the down-to-earth, clever, resourceful and sexy heroine. Antonacci is a beauty who has created sensations with the roles of Carmen (Bizet) and Cassandra (Berlioz). She managed seemingly effortlessly to step into Sophia Loren’s shoes in this story of a refugee mother trying in vain to protect her innocent daughter and herself from the dangers of war.


Gockley gathered a remarkable team around Tutino (a renowned composer in Italy, but barely known in the States) and Antonacci: director Francesca Zambello whose latest coup at San Francisco Opera was her “all-American” Ring Cycle; set designer Peter J. Davison who created spectacular town and village scenes of war using historical footage and video collages by S. Katy Tucker; and Company Music Director and conductor Nicola Luisotti.


A provocative concept

Tutino has written a 21st century opera that looks back at two traditions: the style of Italian verismo opera (like I Pagliacci or Cavalleria Rusticana, both performed at the Met last season) and post-War neo-realism in Italian cinema, creating an excitingly modern blend of these traditional styles. The new opera (Tutino’s fifteenth) has been poorly received by the American press, mocked as Puccini-light, as not neo-verismo (as director Zambello called it) but hyper-verismo. It has also been belittled as relentlessly melodramatic film music. These critical voices sound much like the critics who attacked Puccini some hundred years ago and still love to attack him today.

“Musical modernism being so chic — let’s turn our back on that!” Gockley proposed at a press conference for the opera, “Be heroic: go against the grain!” My modernism-tired ears pricked up with relief, thinking: it’s about time. Look at Philip Glass who already stepped out some 30 years ago… With Tutino (and two years ago Mark Adamo’s The Gospel of Mary Magdalen), Gockley hopes to “ignite a new tradition.” Tutino is a neo-romantic composer who dares to show that music has its richest roots in the past. His work honors and celebrates tradition instead of exhausting his energy in trying to annihilate it. Of course, this makes his music a provocation to the modernist party-line.


A new tradition

Two Women walks a satisfying line between harmony and dissonance, high drama and lyrical sensitivity. The composer’s particular talent lies in the way he writes for the singing voice, the area where most modernist composers tend to fail most painfully. He gives them melodic lines and phrases that are fully integrated into the orchestral composition. There are no arias in the classical sense, but a style of writing between aria and recitative: in an interview Antonacci compared them to arioso recitatives by Mozart.

One could argue that every now and then the drama is laid on a bit thick, as when the return of mother and daughter to Cesira’s native village is announced by a long, bombastic “homeland” surge of the orchestra. But most of the time Tutino’s dramatic urgency keeps the dread of war present and acute, conveying that, like it or not, being at the edge of life and death is relentless.

By comparison with the novel and film version of Two Women, Tutino exaggerates the role of the villain, Giovanni (powerfully sung by baritone Mark Delavan), a macho rapist par excellence who hounds Cesira throughout the story. One has to remember, however, that opera aims at the archetypal. (Just open the newspaper any day to find that macho rapists have a timeless presence.) Tutino maintains the importance of Michele, the pacifist school teacher with communist leanings (sung with good voice but without much charisma by young, debuting tenor Dimitri Pittas). Michele befriends Cesira, becomes her new love interest and is promptly executed by the fascist Giovanni.


Mother-daughter drama

Toward the end, as the dramatic story of Cesira and her daughter Rosetta’s survival tenses up, Tutino becomes more lyrical, balancing the brutality of rape and murder with the melancholy of popular songs (“Unlucky is he who hopes and dreams…”), a wartime pop hit and village waltzes — musical themes that in fact are woven throughout the composition.

One of the most heart-wrenching scenes reunites mother and daughter after they have been raped (offstage) by a bunch of Moroccan soldiers. Rosetta, sung with girlish purity by a brilliant young singer-actress, Sarah Shafer, has turned into a lump, stunned with childlike disbelief and devastating adult realization. Cesira tries to approach her, and under Zambello’s subtle psychological direction, Antonacci is torn with guilt and shame, aware there are only wrong approaches, wrong moves, and yet irresistibly drawn by the pain and pity of a mother. Rosetta rejects her, and Cesira sings a tender, desperate lullaby, telling her child to sleep and forget: tomorrow there will be no pain, hoping against hope to still comfort her daughter.


This scene would have made a daringly ambivalent, modern ending. But Tutino pulls off another finale, a village scene with a post-war crooner (charming real-life pop singer Pasquale Esposito) leading the dance. The repercussions of the girl’s rape are present in the way Rosetta dances with a disturbing mixture of innocence and self-abnegation, yielding to every man in the square, while her mother helplessly looks on.

If this kind of highly realistic storytelling disturbs critics who scorn it as hyper-verismo, I suspect they prefer not to feel what this opera offers them to feel. (Making me wonder if modernism in music, being an early 20th century and post-War creation, chose as its mission precisely this avoidance of feeling.)

The final scene provides traditional operatic story “closure” with the triumph of the Allied Forces, the unmasking of the collaborator Giovanni and the revelation of his crime of killing Michele. This denouement leads to a somewhat happier ending when mother and daughter are able to share their tears in each other’s arms.

Clear and present danger

The audience was thrilled the day I saw the performance, celebrating the heros and going after the villains with rigorous boos, while outside, at Civic Plaza, hundreds of thousands of Gay Pride revelers danced and shouted their now legal liberation from arcane patriarchal lore.


The clear and present danger for women in a war zone is reflected in another oeuvre San Francisco Opera presents right now, featuring Antonacci again, this time in the five-hour epic Les Troyens, The Trojans, by Berlioz. Here, as the visionary of Troy’s downfall and doom, she convinces the women of Troy to commit collective suicide rather than submit to the victors, the murdering, raping, enslaving hordes of Greek men.

In this exciting summer season of SF Opera, turning back to the past, in history as well as in musical traditions, is perfectly relevant for our time.

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Your Complete Guide To 2015’s Fall TV Premiere Dates

While we’re still in the midst of the summer TV season and avoiding the heat with “True Detective” and the remaining episodes of “Hannibal,” there’s also fall TV to look forward to. With new shows like “Supergirl,” ABC’s “The Muppets” reboot and the TV adaptation of “Limitless,” plus new seasons of your favorite shows, there’s plenty to keep your DVRs busy.

Here’s when new and returning shows premiere this fall:

Monday, Sept. 14
“Dancing with the Stars” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

Tuesday, Sept. 15
“Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

Monday, Sept. 21
“The Big Bang Theory” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“The Voice” 8:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Life in Pieces” 8:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Scorpion” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Blindspot” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Castle” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“NCIS: Los Angeles” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

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Tuesday, Sept. 22
“The Muppets” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“NCIS” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Fresh Off the Boat” 8:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Dancing with the Stars: Results Show” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“NCIS: New Orleans” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Limitless” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Wednesday, Sept. 23
“The Middle” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“The Mysteries of Laura” 8:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Survivor” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“The Goldbergs” 8:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Law & Order: SVU” 9:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Modern Family” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Black-ish” 9:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Nashville” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

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“Heroes Reborn”

Thursday, Sept. 24
“Grey’s Anatomy” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Heroes Reborn” 8:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“The Blacklist” 9:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Scandal” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“How to Get Away with Murder” 10:00 p.m ET (ABC)
“The Player” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

Friday, Sept. 25
“The Amazing Race” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Last Man Standing” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Hawaii Five-0” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Shark Tank” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Blue Bloods” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Saturday, Sept. 26
“48 Hours” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Sunday, Sept. 27
“60 Minutes” 7:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Once Upon a Time” 8:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Blood & Oil” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Quantico” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

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“Blood & Oil”

Tuesday, Sept. 29
“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” 9:00 p.m. ET (ABC)
“Beyond the Tank” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

Wednesday, Sept. 30
“Criminal Minds” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Chicago P.D.” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“Code Black” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Friday, Oct. 2
“Dr. Ken” 8:30 p.m. ET (ABC)

Sunday, Oct. 4
“Madam Secretary” 8:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“The Good Wife” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“CSI: Cyber” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

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“The Flash”

Tuesday, Oct. 6
“The Flash” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“iZombie” 9:00 p.m. ET (The CW)

Wednesday, Oct. 7
“Arrow” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“Supernatural” 9:00 p.m. ET (The CW)

Thursday, Oct. 8
“The Vampire Diaries” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“The Originals” 9:00 p.m. ET (The CW)

Friday, Oct. 9
“Reign” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“Undateable” 8:00 p.m. ET (NBC)
“America’s Next Top Model” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)



Tuesday, Oct. 13
“Chicago Fire” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

Friday, Oct. 16
“People Are Talking” 8:30 p.m. ET (NBC)

Monday, Oct. 19
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” 8:00 p.m. ET (The CW)
“Jane the Virgin” 9:00 p.m. ET (The CW)



Monday, Oct. 26
“Supergirl” 8:30 p.m. ET (CBS)

Tuesday, Oct. 27
“Wicked City” 10:00 p.m. ET (ABC)

Friday, Oct. 30
“Grimm” 9:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

Thursday, Nov. 5
“Mom” 9:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Angel From Hell” 9:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
“Elementary” 10:00 p.m. ET (CBS)

Tuesday, Nov. 10
“Chicago Med” 10:00 p.m. ET (NBC)

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Kaitlyn Bristowe Chosen As ‘The Bachelorette’ On Second Night Of Season 11 Premiere

After a two-hour Monday night premiere packed with tears, self-doubt and some less-than-impressive bachelors, we finally know who will star in the 11th season of “The Bachelorette.’ Drumroll please … Kaitlyn Bristowe.

With the Britt Nilsson sent home after just one night, “The Bachelorette” now returns to its regularly scheduled programming. Kaitlyn now has 25 suitors (some of whom had their hearts set on Britt!) to choose between.

With the departure of Britt, it may be back to business as usual for “The Bachelorette,” but the show has already ginned up enough controversy for a whole season with its two-Bachelorette gambit. Host Chris Harrison sat down with HuffPost Live and defended the approach, saying, “I love that some people are upset about it, because we’ve hit a chord with the people who are upset. It’s probably an issue you have with yourself or with other women.” Not everyone agreed, especially after an agonizing premiere that featured Britt and Kaitlyn seemingly torn up with insecurity and lashing out at each other.

But with Kaitlyn now in the driver’s seat, here’s hoping the rest of the season is a little stronger on girl power.

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Your Complete Guide To 2015 Summer TV Premiere Dates

As summer approaches, so does a crop of TV shows, both new and returning. Beyond the highly anticipated new seasons of “True Detective” and “Orange Is the New Black,” new shows and miniseries like “Wayward Pines,” MTV’s “Scream” and the Wachowskis’ “Sense8” also premiere in the coming months.

Here’s your ultimate guide to the summer premiere dates, which The Huffington Post will continue to update as more are announced.

Monday, May 11
“Girl Meets World” Season 2 premiere (Disney)

Wednesday, May 13
“Moone Boy” Season 3 premiere (Hulu)

Thursday, May 14
“Wayward Pines” series premiere (Fox)
“Maron” Season 3 premiere (IFC)

Saturday, May 16
“Bessie” premiere (HBO)

Sunday, May 17
“Keeping up with the Kardashians: About Bruce,” Part 1 (E!)

Monday, May 18
“Keeping up with the Kardashians: About Bruce,” Part 2 (E!)
“The Bachelorette” Season 11 premiere (ABC)

Wednesday, May 20
“MasterChef” Season 6 premiere (Fox)

Thursday, May 21
“Between” series premiere (Netflix)
“Beauty and the Beast” Season 3 premiere (CW)



Friday, May 22
“Jen Kirkman: I’m Gonna Die Alone” premiere (Netflix)

Monday, May 25
“Texas Rising” series premiere (History)
“The Island” series premiere (NBC)

Tuesday, May 26
“America’s Got Talent” Season 10 premiere (NBC)
“Extreme Weight Loss” Season 5 premiere (ABC)
“I Can Do That” series premiere (NBC)

Wednesday, May 27
“The Briefcase” series premiere (CBS)

Thursday, May 28
“Aquarius” series premiere (NBC)
“Louis C.K.: Live From The Comedy Store” premiere (FX)

Sunday, May 31
“Halt and Catch Fire” Season 2 premiere (AMC)


Monday, June 1
“Devious Maids” Season 3 premiere (Lifetime)
“Unreal” series premiere (Lifetime)
“The Whispers” series premiere (ABC)

Tuesday, June 2
“Pretty Little Liars” Season 6 premiere (ABC Family)
“Stitchers” series premiere (ABC Family)

Wednesday, June 3
“Melissa & Joey” Season 4 returns (ABC Family)

Thursday, June 4
“Hannibal” Season 3 premiere (NBC)

Friday, June 5
“Sense8” series premiere (Netflix)



Saturday, June 6
“Powers” Season 2 premiere (Starz)

Monday, June 8
“The Fosters” Season 3 premiere (ABC Family)
“Major Crimes” Season 4 premiere (TNT)
“Becoming Us” series premiere (ABC Family)
“Murder in the First” Season 2 premiere (TNT)

Friday, June 12
“Orange Is The New Black” Season 3 premiere (Netflix)
“Defiance” Season 3 premiere (Syfy)
“Dark Matter” series premiere (Syfy)

Tuesday, June 16
“Rizzoli & Isles” Season 6 premiere (TNT)
“Proof” series premiere (TNT)
“Tyrant” Season 2 premiere (FX)

Thursday, June 18
“The Astronaut’s Wives Club” series premiere (ABC)
“Mistresses” Season 3 premiere (ABC)
“Complications” series premiere (USA)

Friday, June 19
“Killjoys” series premiere (Syfy)

Sunday, June 21
“The Last Ship” Season 2 premiere (TNT)
“True Detective” Season 2 premiere (HBO)
“Ballers” series premiere (HBO)
“The Brink” series premiere (HBO)

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Wednesday, June 24
“Big Brother” Season 17 premiere, Part 1 (CBS)

Thursday, June 25
“Big Brother” Season 17 premiere, Part 2 (CBS)
“Boom!” series premiere (Fox)
“Under The Dome” Season 3 premiere (CBS)
“Rookie Blue” Season 6 premiere (ABC)
“Graceland” Season 3 premiere (USA)

Friday, June 26
“What Happened, Miss Simone?” premiere (Netflix)

Sunday, June 28
“Falling Skies” Season 5 premiere (TNT)

Monday, June 29
“Teen Wolf” Season 5 premiere (MTV)

Tuesday, June 30
“Zoo” series premiere (CBS)
“Scream” series premiere (MTV)




Wednesday, July 1
“Extant” Season 2 premiere (CBS)

Thursday, July 2
“Food Fighters” Season 2 premiere (NBC)

Monday, July 6
“Penn & Teller: Fool Us” Season 2 premiere (The CW)

Tuesday, July 7
“Hollywood Game Night” Season 3 premiere (NBC)

Thursday, July 9
“Dates” series premiere (The CW)
“Dominion” Season 2 premiere (Syfy)

Friday, July 10
“Masters of Illusion” Season 4 premiere (The CW)

Sunday, July 12
“Ray Donovan” Season 3 premiere (Showtime)
“Masters of Sex” Season 3 premiere (Showtime)

Monday, July 13
“Running Wild with Bear Grylls” Season 2 premiere (NBC)

Thursday, July 16
“Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll” series premiere (FX)
“Married” Season 2 premiere (FX)
“Geeks Who Drink” series premiere (Syfy)



Friday, July 17
“Wet Hot American Summer” series premiere (Netflix)

Sunday, July 19
“Welcome To Sweden” Season 2 premiere (NBC)

Wednesday, July 22
“Last Comic Standing” Season 9 premiere (NBC)
“Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” premiere (Syfy)

Sunday, July 26
“Untitled Bruce Jenner Reality Series” series premiere (E!)

Tuesday, July 28
“Face Off” Season 9 premiere (Syfy)


Monday, August 3
“Significant Mother” series premiere (The CW)

Tuesday, August 4
“Playing House” Season 2 premiere (USA)

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“Playing House”

Wednesday, August 5
“America’s Next Top Model” Season 22 premiere (The CW)
“A Wicked Offer” series premiere (The CW)
“Mr. Robinson” series premiere (NBC)
“The Carmichael Show” series premiere (NBC)

Monday, August 31
“Awkward” Season 5 premiere (MTV)
“Faking It” Season 2 returns (MTV)
“Todrick” series premiere (MTV)

“The Leftovers”
“Fear The Walking Dead”
“The Strain”

See which of your favorite shows have been renewed or canceled here.

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George And Amal Clooney Take Their Love To The ‘Tomorrowland’ Premiere

George and Amal Clooney looked like the epitome of a Hollywood power couple at Disney’s “Tomorrowland” premiere in Anaheim, California, on Saturday.

The 54-year-old actor, who stars in the upcoming sci-fi adventure film, appeared absolutely smitten with his accomplished wife as he joined her and her niece Mia Alamuddin for photos on the carpet. The human rights lawyer was a vision in a chic black-and-pink minidress, while George Clooney kept it simple in an all-black suit:

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At the event, Clooney gushed to People about how his marriage to the 37-year-old made him more optimistic about his future.

“I wasn’t always completely optimistic about how it was going to work out personally for me. But now I am,” he said.

The pair tied the knot in Venice, Italy, on September 2014.

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Cindy Crawford And Her Lookalike Daughter Kaia Gerber Attend ‘Tomorrowland’ Premiere

Cindy Crawford and her daughter, Kaia Gerber, spent some quality time together ahead of Mother’s Day at the “Tomorrowland” premiere in Anaheim, California, on Saturday. The veteran model and her 13-year-old daughter made for quite the stunning duo as they posed for photos together on the carpet. Crawford was also joined by her son Presley, 15, and her longtime husband, nightlife entrepreneur Rande Gerber.

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It looks like Crawford’s daughter will follow in her mom’s modeling footsteps. The teen landed one of her first major photo shoots in Teen Vogue’s December 2014/January 2015 issue.

Yep, that’s one gorgeous family.

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Orphan Black’s Season 3 Premiere and More Picks to Watch, Read, Stream, and Listen to This Weekend

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A Glee Star Wrote an Original Song for the Show: Listen to the Exclusive Song Premiere Here!

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Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 & Premiere Elements 12 for Mac and Windows

Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 & Premiere Elements 12 for Mac and Windows

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E!’s Fashion Police Season Premiere Pays Tribute to the Incredible Joan Rivers

The new season premiere of E!’s Fashion Police kicked off last night, but not before Kathy Griffin paid tribute to the show’s late host Joan Rivers.
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The Bachelor Premiere Recap: If It’s a Pomegranate, Then God Bless It

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7 Lessons From ‘The Bachelor’ Season 19 Premiere: Chris Soules Is Prince Farming

Welcome back to the wonderful world of white wine tears, roses, grammatical incorrectness and two-month journeys toward engagement. That’s right, “The Bachelor” has returned — this time with Chris Soules, the all-American, corn-loving #PrinceFarming at its helm. This season, we’ll be recapping the highlights of each episode.

7 Things We Learned From Farmer Chris’ Premiere

1. “Love is a lot like farming.” Plow her field? Plant a seed (of love)? We can look forward to many farming-related puns in the weeks to come. Farmer Chris will never live down his choice of career in the “Bachelor” world, but we’re OK with that.

2. Arlington, Iowa is filled with old white men, Chris Soules, and one hairstyle for women. We got to catch a few glimpses of Chris’ hometown, where his future lady love will presumably move. (Our fair Bachelor is a commercial farmer, so there’s no way he’s leaving his quaint 400-person town — and his livelihood — for the big city … or medium city … or large village.) Last night we saw Chris hangin’ with his bros, who happen to be white dudes exclusively over the age of 65, and we were introduced to a few women Chris grew up with. Spoiler alert: They all had Kate Gosselin hairdos.

3. Not every event needs a red carpet. For some confusing reason, ABC decided that two hours of “The Bachelor” wasn’t enough. Apparently, what the premiere really needed was an hour-long live red carpet where old “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette” contestants loitered, chatted it up with Chris Harrison and took selfies with screaming women. To the powers that be: Please never do this again.

4. Sport Fishing Enthusiast is a viable career path. Who knew? Add this to the list of creative faux careers featured on “The Bachelor” franchise. Prince Farming’s cast of “amazing women” also includes a freelance journalist, an executive assistant, a chiropractic assistant, a dental assistant (who has a son named Kale), a news producer, a cruise ship singer, a flight attendant, a fertility nurse, a widowed guidance counselor and a crazy-eyed ballet instructor. True diversity … of jobs. There’s still only one woman of color in the 30.

5. It’s acceptable to discuss baby-making and/or human tissue on a first date. Other topics of conversation on last night’s premiere included the complexity of onions, Chris’ karaoke selections (Tim McGraw and Faith Hill songs), the six-step and the parallels between the holidays and “The Bachelor.” “It’s like Christmas morning, except your presents are women,” exclaims one of Chris’ suitors. No. NoNoNoNoNo.

6. Great first impressions are rewarded … with kisses. Hollywood waitress Britt, who according to her ABC profile loves Dave Eggers and David Foster Wallace, which will really earn her some brownie points with the snarky Twitter crowd, snagged both the first impression rose and the first kiss from our farmer. “I actually really like you!” she says. (No worries, Britt. We’re surprised too.)

7. If you get rejected, it’s probably best to accept defeat and move on. After Chris made the “gut-wrenching” decision to send home eight of the women he’d gotten to spend three minutes chit-chatting with — the emotional horror! — one of the contestants refused to slink off into the 6am sunrise limo. Kimberly (we think that’s her name?) returned to pull Chris aside, though we won’t see the inevitable uncomfortable outcome until next week.

And The Final Rose Goes To…
SAFE: Kaitlyn, Jade, Samantha, Ashley I., Tandra, Nikki, Kelsey, Megan, Alissa, Amber, Juelia, Becca, Trina, Mackenzie, Tracy, Tara (woo hoo!), Jordan, Jillian, Whitney, Carly, Ashley S. (a.k.a. Onion Girl)
ELIMINATED: Amanda, Bo, Brittany, Kara, Kimberly, Michelle, Nicole, Reegan

This Season, On “The Bachelor”
Air balloons! Popping champagne! Iowa! Throwing leaves! Bikinis! Widow feels so lucky! No one is more genuine! Guns! Private concerts! This is amazing! Making out! Virgin! Stripping! Ashley is freaking out! Girl would rather chew glass than lose! Private tent hookups! Chris makes a mistake! Tears! More tears! Mascara tears! EMTs! More tears! Even more tears! Chris takes responsibility! Chris says women can go home! Widow gives Chris a second chance! Doubts wiped away! Kisses! More kisses! A future in Iowa! Chris tears!

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Listen to Lea Michele Sing Frozen’s “Let It Go” in the Season Premiere of Glee

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Annie Movie Premiere Sizzle (ft. Will Smith, Jay-Z & Sia)

Relive the world premiere of Annie on the red carpet with the entire cast and special appearances by Will Smith, Jay-Z, Beyonce & Sia.

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Release Date: 19 December 2014 (United States)

Genre: Musical / Comedy / Family
Jamie Foxx
Quvenzhané Wallis
Rose Byrne
Bobby Cannavale
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
David Zayas
and Cameron Diaz

Directed by: Will Gluck
Screenplay by: Will Gluck and Aline Brosh McKenna

Based on the musical stage play “Annie”
Book by Thomas Meehan
Music by Charles Strouse
Lyrics by Martin Charnin

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Adobe Premiere 6.5 Bible

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