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  1. Brad Garrett to Star in CBS Journalism Drama 'The Get'

    4:00 pm 2/22/2017

    The actor returns to the network following 'Everybody Loves Raymond' and 'The Crazy Ones.'Read more

  2. Brit Awards: The Chainsmokers, Coldplay Deliver Live Debut of "Something Just Like This"

    2:24 pm 2/22/2017

    Chris Martin had previously taken the stage to give a heartfelt tribute to the late George Michael.Read more

  3. Freeform's 'Beyond' Promotes Eden Brolin to Series Regular (Exclusive)

    2:00 pm 2/22/2017

    The actress, the daughter of Josh Brolin, plays the mysterious Charlie Singer on the supernatural drama.Read more

  4. Jordan Peele Inks TV Deal With Sonar Entertainment

    2:00 pm 2/22/2017

    The comedian and his Monkeypaw Productions will develop projects for the independent studio.Read more

  5. Brit Awards: Ed Sheeran Performs "Castle on the Hill" and "Shape of You"

    1:55 pm 2/22/2017

    The ceremony took place Wednesday at the O2 Arena in London. Read more

  6. Fox Says Netflix Dispute May Disrupt Business Operations at Highest Level

    1:20 pm 2/22/2017

    The studio demands an appellate court move quickly in deciding the legality of its employment agreements with its most senior executives.Read more

  7. Brit Awards: Andrew Ridgeley, Chris Martin Deliver Extended Tribute to George Michael

    1:09 pm 2/22/2017

    Michael and Ridgeley's Wham! bandmates, Pepsi and Shirlie, also remembered their friend, their voices breaking as they spoke about him.Read more

  8. Lee Daniels' 'Star' Scores Season 2 Renewal at Fox

    12:45 pm 2/22/2017

    The girl-group drama has been picked up for 13 more episodes.Read more

  9. Paula Abdul to Star in NBC Comedy From 'Fresh Off the Boat' Team

    12:00 pm 2/22/2017

    She'll be a series regular should the pilot from Kourtney Kang and Nahnatchka Khan move forward.Read more

  10. IFC Renews Agreement to Telecast Independent Spirit Awards Through 2020

    11:43 am 2/22/2017

    “We’re thrilled to be renewing with them and look forward to making mischief together for three more years," said Film Independent president Josh Welsh.Read more

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