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Fire-Breathing Tarantulas Attack L.A. in Syfy's Latest Monster Mashup

Fire-Breathing Tarantulas Attack L.A. in Syfy's Latest Monster Mashup

Move over, Sharknado. Syfy is launching another satirical apocalyptic film, and this time it involves giant lava-breathing tarantulas.

In Lavalantua — get it? — fire-spewing eight-legged creatures erupt out of ancient volcanoes in the Santa Monica mountains and attempt to destroy Los Angeles.

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USA's 'Sirens' Books 'Sopranos,' 'Young & Hungry' Stars (Exclusive)

USA's 'Sirens' Books 'Sopranos,' 'Young & Hungry' Stars (Exclusive)

USA Network's Sirens is bulking up its guest slate.

The Sopranos' Steve Schirripa and Young & Hungry star Jonathan Sadowski have joined the sophomore EMT comedy in guest-starring roles, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Sadowski is booked for the second episode as Josh, a grateful recent save who sheds light on the sometimes unique relationship between patient and EMT.

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Salim and Mara Brock Akil Ink New BET Overall Deal (Exclusive)

Salim and Mara Brock Akil Ink New BET Overall Deal (Exclusive)

BET is locking down The Game and Being Mary Jane creators Salim and Mara Brock Akil.

The Viacom-owned cable network has inked the duo and their Akil Productions banner to a new two-year overall deal, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The deal keeps the couple at the network through 2016 and extends their previous three-year pact with the cabler.

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'New Girl': Watch Jess and Schmidt Tackle Tinder

'New Girl': Watch Jess and Schmidt Tackle Tinder

While half of the New Girl cast spends Tuesday's episode on a cannabis-fueled escapade, Jess (Zooey Deschanel) makes her next big move back into the dating pool with some help from Schmidt (Max Greenfield).

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30 of Shonda Rhimes' Stars Respond to New York Times' "Angry Black Woman" Column

30 of Shonda Rhimes' Stars Respond to New York Times' "Angry Black Woman" Column

It's nearly impossible to describe Shonda Rhimes, the prolific producer behind Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, in only three words.

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Hulu Orders J.J. Abrams, Stephen King Event Series About Kennedy Assassination

Hulu Orders J.J. Abrams, Stephen King Event Series About Kennedy Assassination

Hulu is in the Bad Robot business.

The streaming service has handed out a straight-to-series order for 11/22/63, a nine-hour event series from J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions and based on Stephen King's 2011 novel, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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'Two and a Half Men' Producers Deny Charlie Sheen's Return

'Two and a Half Men' Producers Deny Charlie Sheen's Return

Charlie Sheen won't be returning to CBS' Two and a Half Men anytime soon.

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Sarah Jones Remembered: 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Originals' Teams Organize Walk-a-Thon

Sarah Jones Remembered: 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Originals' Teams Organize Walk-a-Thon

The teams behind The Vampire Diaries and spinoff The Originals have organized a walk-a-thon to honor Sarah Jones, the camera assistant who died earlier this year.

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Comic Book Critical Mass: Producers Dish on What Title Could Be Next

Comic Book Critical Mass: Producers Dish on What Title Could Be Next

Call the 2014-15 broadcast season the Year of the Comic Invasion.

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'Big Bang Theory' Boss Previews New Season of Growth

'Big Bang Theory' Boss Previews New Season of Growth

CBS' monster ratings hit The Big Bang Theory returns for its eighth season with back-to-back episodes on Monday, kicking off another year of slow but subtle changes and growth for its lovable geeks.

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TV Ratings: 'Madam Secretary' Brings a Crowd, 'The Good Wife' Returns

TV Ratings: 'Madam Secretary' Brings a Crowd, 'The Good Wife' Returns

Going up against NBC's winning Sunday Night Football, CBS' crop of originals will likely see some adjustment thanks to their own NFL lead-in.

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'Scorpion': What Happens When a Certified Genius Crashes the Writers Room?

'Scorpion': What Happens When a Certified Genius Crashes the Writers Room?

It's a blistering hot Tuesday morning in Burbank and one of the world's smartest men is driving his bulletproof White House-supplied vehicle into work. Only on this day, "work" is an otherwise ordinary bank building that serves as the hub for CBS' new genius drama Scorpion.

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'Gotham's' Ben McKenzie on Playing Gordon: True to DC Spirit But a New Chapter

'Gotham's' Ben McKenzie on Playing Gordon: True to DC Spirit But a New Chapter

Ben McKenzie is putting his badge back on but moving from the streets of L.A. on TNT's Southland to Fox's Gotham.

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'Sleepy Hollow' Stars Reveal Season 2 Secrets: Everything Is Turned Up a Gear

'Sleepy Hollow' Stars Reveal Season 2 Secrets: Everything Is Turned Up a Gear

Sleepy Hollow is getting crazier than ever.

Fox's breakout supernatural police procedural returns for its sophomore season embracing the zaniness that has become its hook. Just consider the events of the finale: Within the span of a few minutes, Ichabod Crane discovered that Henry Parrish was in fact his son, Jeremy, and that he was the second of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and as a result, Ichabod was locked up in a pine box. Whew.

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