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OCT
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8 HRS

'Jeopardy' Criticized as Sexist for "What Women Want" Category

'Jeopardy' Criticized as Sexist for "What Women Want" Category

What is an ill-advised Jeopardy category? To some critics, the answer was on display during Monday's episode.

The venerable quiz show is under fire after a category called "What Women Want" has been slammed as sexist by critics and Twitter users. The category featured questions about tight jeans, Pilates and crossword puzzles, all of which were given as examples of things that women consider priorities. 

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OCT
1
8 HRS

Parvati Shallow Breaks Down 'Survivor': "Two Idols" Aren't Better Than None

Parvati Shallow Breaks Down 'Survivor': "Two Idols" Aren't Better Than None

Parvati Shallow is a Survivor champ and three-time competitor on the show. The OG Miss Survivor and Survivor Hall of Famer now covers health and wellness for CBS News in New York City. Find her on Twitter @parvatishallow.

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OCT
1
11 HRS

Sarah Silverman Pretends She's Tina Fey in 'SNL' Promos

Sarah Silverman Pretends She's Tina Fey in 'SNL' Promos

If you're having trouble remembering Sarah Silverman's Saturday Night Live characters from her '90s stint on the show, there might be a reason for that.

The actress and comic — who was fired from the show in 1994 after one season — is returning to the NBC sketch show this Saturday as a first-time host. In the new promos for her episode, she lampoons her lack of iconic sketches. 

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OCT
1
13 HRS

Comedies 'Impastor,' 'Teachers' Picked Up to Series at TV Land

Comedies 'Impastor,' 'Teachers' Picked Up to Series at TV Land

TV Land is expanding its single-camera originals, picking up both of its comedy pilots to series.

The Viacom-owned cable network has ordered to series single-camera comedies Impastor and Teachers, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Both 10-episode comedies will debut in 2015.

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OCT
1
14 HRS

Fox Pulls Tuesday 'Utopia,' Moves 'MasterChef Junior'

Fox Pulls Tuesday 'Utopia,' Moves 'MasterChef Junior'

Fox is done experimenting with its social experiment. After almost a month of airing twice weekly, the low-rated Utopia has lost its Tuesday time slot and will now air exclusively on Fridays.

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OCT
1
17 HRS

'Franklin & Bash' Co-Creator Kevin Falls Inks 20th TV Deal, Sells Workplace Drama

'Franklin & Bash' Co-Creator Kevin Falls Inks 20th TV Deal, Sells Workplace Drama

The Journeyman creator is returning to his former home.

Kevin Falls has inked a multiyear overall deal at 20th Century Fox Television, where he produced his time-jumping Kevin McKidd drama seven years ago. More recently, Falls co-created and ran TNT's Franklin & Bash via a long-term deal at Sony Pictures Television.

Read more THR's Fall TV Preview

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OCT
1
18 HRS

NBC's 'The Sing-Off' Renewed for Fifth Round (Exclusive)

NBC's 'The Sing-Off' Renewed for Fifth Round (Exclusive)

NBC is bringing back The Sing-Off.

The singing competition series will return for a fifth cycle, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The a cappella competition show from Sony Pictures Television and Mark Burnett's One Three Media will return as a holiday event. It's unclear how many episodes will be produced or what the airdate pattern will be. Casting for season five is currently underway.

See more Faces of Fall 2014

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OCT
1
18 HRS

IFC Developing Hockey Comedy With Denis Leary's Apostle

IFC Developing Hockey Comedy With Denis Leary's Apostle

With success in sketch comedy (Portlandia) and the semi-autobiographical (Maron), IFC is looking to expand its original comedy brand to serials in its latest development. The network announced Wednesday that it has commissioned a half-hour pilot that will be scripted by Jim Serpico and Tom Sellitti.

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OCT
1
18 HRS

'Stalker' Creator on CBS' New Drama: "Vast World of Storytelling"

'Stalker' Creator on CBS' New Drama: "Vast World of Storytelling"

Kevin Williamson returns with CBS thriller Stalker, a drama dedicated to the investigation of stalking cases, that has become the subject of criticism over its violent nature. The opening scene of the premiere shows a young woman engulfed in a burning car after trying to escape her stalker.

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OCT
1
18 HRS

'American Horror Story': Watch the Twisted 'Freak Show' Opening Credits

'American Horror Story': Watch the Twisted 'Freak Show' Opening Credits

Showrunner Ryan Murphy officially kicked off "Halloween Season" on Wednesday by releasing the new opening credits for American Horror Story's fourth installment, Freak Show.

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OCT
1
18 HRS

Bill Burr to Star in FX Pilot 'Pariah' From 'It's Always Sunny' Gang

Bill Burr to Star in FX Pilot 'Pariah' From 'It's Always Sunny' Gang

Nearly five months after signing Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton's RCG Productions to an overall deal that included a pilot order, FX has ordered Bill Burr starrer Pariah from the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia gang.

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OCT
1
19 HRS

Donald Trump: ABC's 'Black-ish' Title Is Racist

Donald Trump: ABC's 'Black-ish' Title Is Racist

Donald Trump is at it again.

After taking aim at Rosie O'Donnell and Danny Zuker, among others, the outspoken Apprentice mastermind and entrepreneur has a new target: ABC's freshman comedy Black-ish.

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OCT
1
19 HRS

Alyssa Milano Exits ABC's 'Mistresses'

Alyssa Milano Exits ABC's 'Mistresses'

A day after ABC renewed Mistresses for a third season, the summer soap is losing one of its stars.

Alyssa Milano has announced her departure from the series, with ABC confirming that the actress will no longer be with the show when it returns next year.

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OCT
1
20 HRS

'The 100': Watch First 3 Minutes From Season 2 Premiere

'The 100': Watch First 3 Minutes From Season 2 Premiere

With The 100 return approaching, the opening scene from the season-two premiere has hit the web.

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