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  1. This Week in TV Trailers: 'Game of Thrones,' 'Friends From College,' 'Nashville' and More

    9:00 am 5/27/2017

    Plus: 'Queen Sugar' season two and the Jason Bateman-Laura Linney drama 'Ozark.'Read more

  2. 'Bloodline' Star on Season 3: Kevin Is "Gasping for Air for Survival"

    5:49 pm 5/26/2017

    Actor Norbert Leo Butz explains what motivates the early-final-season "bad decisions" of the youngest Rayburn brother.Read more

  3. TV Ratings: With a Modest Start, 'Twin Peaks' Return Sees Massive Streaming Lift

    12:31 pm 5/26/2017

    Showtime cites a record number of sign-ups as most viewers (1.7 million thus far) opt for other platforms.Read more

  4. Hulu Developing Animated Comedy from Adam Pally Based on @LosFelizDaycare Twitter Feed (Exclusive)

    9:50 am 5/26/2017

    Jason Shapiro, who manages the popular social media account, will pen the script with 'American Dad!' co-EP Erik Richter.Read more

  5. Shondaland Shakespeare Drama 'Still Star-Crossed' Goes Far Beyond 'Romeo and Juliet'

    9:00 am 5/26/2017

    "We're not gonna be talking in iambic pentameter here," showrunner Heather Mitchell tells THR.Read more

  6. TV Ratings: Fox Premieres Win Big Four Summer Kickoff

    8:19 am 5/26/2017

    'Beat Shazam' is the No. 1 show on Thursday, topping NBC reality, with 'Love Connection' tying for No. 2. Read more

  7. DC TV Watch: 'Arrow' Season 5 Finale Kills Off Major Character

    8:00 am 5/26/2017

    THR rounds up all the major twists, new mysteries and more from this week in DC Comics TV shows.Read more

  8. Carrie Fisher Slapped Oscar Isaac 27 Times While Filming 'Last Jedi'

    6:57 am 5/26/2017

    The actor confesses to Stephen Colbert he tried to keep his script for 'The Force Awakens,' which didn't go over well with Disney. Read more

  9. Late-Night Hosts Address Montana Politician Who Allegedly Body-Slammed Reporter

    6:22 am 5/26/2017

    "The GOP health care plan is so bad, Republicans would rather body-slam reporters than answer a question about it," said Seth Meyers.Read more

  10. 4 Ratings Lessons from the 2016-17 Broadcast TV Season

    6:00 am 5/26/2017

    NBC logs another win with adults 18-49, while sports remain invaluable to all and a few series — 'This Is Us,' 'The Bachelor' — make a big impression.Read more

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