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NOV
23
38 MINS

AMAs: 5 Seconds of Summer Wins New Artist of the Year

AMAs: 5 Seconds of Summer Wins New Artist of the Year

5 Seconds of Summer won the Kohl's-presented New Artist of the Year award at the 2014 American Music Awards.

The excited boy band seemed a bit at a loss for words at first with Michael Clifford saying, "This is the first time we've ever done this so this is awesome."

"This just shows that a little band from Sydney can do great things," Ashton Irwin added.

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NOV
23
40 MINS

'Walking Dead's' Norman Reedus: Daryl Will Do Anything to Save Beth and Carol

'Walking Dead's' Norman Reedus: Daryl Will Do Anything to Save Beth and Carol

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from episode 507, "Crossed," of AMC's The Walking Dead.]

AMC's The Walking Dead set the stage for the midseason finale during Sunday's episode when, for the first time this season, multiple storylines started to converge as Rick's group planned its attack on the hospital, while the church camp faced issues of their own and Maggie took over Abraham's leadership role. 

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NOV
23
1 hour

AMAs: Lorde Delivers Out-of-the-Box Performance of "Yellow Flicker Beat"

AMAs: Lorde Delivers Out-of-the-Box Performance of "Yellow Flicker Beat"

Lorde brought the Hunger Games to the American Music Awards with the first-ever American TV performance of "Yellow Flicker Beat," her single from the Mockingjay — Part 1 soundtrack.

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NOV
23
2 HRS

AMAs: Iggy Azalea Wins First-Ever Award With Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album Trophy

AMAs: Iggy Azalea Wins First-Ever Award With Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album Trophy

Iggy Azalea won the first of the six American Music Awards she's nominated for on Sunday night, taking home the trophy for best rap/hip-hop album.

But the award wasn't just her first AMA or her first award of the night, it was her first award ever, she announced when she accepted the prize.

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NOV
23
2 HRS

AMAs: Taylor Swift Plays With Fire in "Blank Space" World Premiere Performance

AMAs: Taylor Swift Plays With Fire in "Blank Space" World Premiere Performance

Taylor Swift delivered the world premiere performance of her new single "Blank Space" at the 2014 American Music Awards on Sunday night.

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NOV
23
8 HRS

ABC Scraps John Stamos Dramedy 'Members Only' (Exclusive)

ABC Scraps John Stamos Dramedy 'Members Only' (Exclusive)

Another straight-to-series pickup is getting the ax.

ABC will not move forward with its Susannah Grant drama series Members Only, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The cast was informed Saturday that the network did not want to move ahead with the series starring John Stamos and Breaking Bad's Betsy Brandt.

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NOV
23
19 HRS

'Arrow,' 'Flash' Cast, Creators Preview Epic Crossover

'Arrow,' 'Flash' Cast, Creators Preview Epic Crossover

[Warning: Spoilers ahead for the Arrow/The Flash crossover.]

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NOV
22
20 HRS

'SNL' Recap: Cameron Diaz Episode Weighs in on Bill Cosby Scandal

'SNL' Recap: Cameron Diaz Episode Weighs in on Bill Cosby Scandal

Cameron Diaz hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend for the fourth time, and the episode allowed her to rap, wear lingerie and channel her Annie character. But was this a hard-knocked episode? Keep reading to find out.

After the Schoolhouse Rock! cold open took aim at the immigration bill, the subpar monologue focused on Diaz fielding questions from the audience about Shrek and the fact that she's hot. By the time Tony Danza got name-checked, it was clear this monologue was not the boss. 

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NOV
22
22 HRS

Watch Cameron Diaz Mock 'Annie' on 'SNL'

Watch Cameron Diaz Mock 'Annie' on 'SNL'

Cameron Diaz appeared in a very different version of Annie while hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend.

In the sketch, the actress portrayed Miss Hannigan, her character in the upcoming film version, as she awaited the arrival of Daddy Warbucks. 

Read more 'SNL' Recap: Cameron Diaz Episode Weighs in on Bill Cosby Scandal

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NOV
22
1 day

Watch Picard, Riker Lose It in 'Star Trek' Gag Reel

Watch Picard, Riker Lose It in 'Star Trek' Gag Reel

If you've always wanted to see the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation goof off, this video makes it possible.

In a gag reel from the show's upcoming season-seven Blu-ray release, Commander Riker (Jonathan Frakes) spontaneously decides to run after an innocent ensign. The chase is on.

Read more John Cho on 'Star Trek 3': It Will "Blow People Away"

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NOV
22
1 day

'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Star Teases 'House of Cards' Season 3

'Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Star Teases 'House of Cards' Season 3

Mahershala Ali is best known to audiences for going toe-to-toe with Kevin Spacey as Remy Danton on House of Cards.

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NOV
21
2 DAYS

CW Reality Chief Kristen Connolly Vadas Exits (Exclusive)

CW Reality Chief Kristen Connolly Vadas Exits (Exclusive)

The CW is making some changes in its reality department.

Senior vp alternative programming Kristen Connolly Vadas has exited the network as part of restructuring, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Justin Rosenblatt, who shared the position with Vadas, will now take on oversight of the department.

Vadas, a former Oxygen network executive, held the position since November 2008 and oversaw reality entries including America's Next Top Model and all new alternative fare.

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NOV
21
2 DAYS

Tina Fey's New Show Moves From NBC to Netflix

Tina Fey's New Show Moves From NBC to Netflix

NBC's Tina Fey-produced comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is making a major move.

The comedy will now move from NBC to Netflix, where the Ellie Kemper series has preemptively been renewed for a second season, the streaming service announced Friday. The comedy will debut in March 2015.

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NOV
21
2 DAYS

'Marry Me' Promotes Dan Bucatinsky to Series Regular (Exclusive)

'Marry Me' Promotes Dan Bucatinsky to Series Regular (Exclusive)

Dan Bucatinsky is keeping busy.

The actor-writer-producer has been promoted from recurring player to series regular on NBC's freshman comedy Marry Me, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The Emmy-winning Scandal alum signed on to the comedy from Happy Endings creator David Caspe as a recurring player the morning after his character on the ABC Shonda Rhimes thriller was killed off.

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