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Ring of Honor’s Adam Cole was one of many within the pro wrestling industry inspired by Daniel Bryan. So when the 26-year-old watched the beloved superstar’s retirement announcement, it got him thinking about his own success and the impact the “American Dragon” had in making it possible. “I became a bigger wrestling fan because of guys like Daniel Bryan and CM Punk,” Cole said. “When I first started wrestling, all I really watched was WWE. I caught on late to WCW and ECW. Then, when I got the internet, I found out about guys like CM Punk and Daniel Bryan. Two … Continue reading
Check out our breaking news below!!!!! In the two weeks since Little Women: Atlanta broke on the scene, Ashley “Minnie” Ross has emerged as the show’s drama diva. The sassy stylist is outspoken about everything and has been at the center of the series’ drama. She’s already broken off a suspicious relationship, had a major fight with a former friend, and has tried to ease the tension between The Cheeks and the Tiny Twins. So how is Ashley adapting to being known as “Minnie from Little Women“? we asked, and she answered! I had a chat with the group’s Mama … Continue reading
Manson’s Lost Girls premieres Saturday, Feb. 6, at 8/7CT on Lifetime. Most of us have seen their pictures. Three pretty young girls walking shoulder to shoulder in a courthouse hallway, looking serene as angels. Look closer and you notice crude swastikas etched by their own hands into their foreheads. They’re Manson’s girls — Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel and Leslie Van Houten — a trio of troubled young women seduced into the legendary cult leader’s “Family” by the promise of free love and free rein at the height of the hippie movement. And all three loved their leader enough to kill. Lifetime’s new original … Continue reading
A trio of Denver-based, whip-smart standup comedians banded together about five years ago to form the comedy troupe The Grawlix. Finding success with their combined mojo, Adam Cayton-Holland, Ben Roy and Andrew Orvedahl took their talents offstage in the form of web shorts, which eventually led to the creation of their first TV pilot, Those Who Can’t. The series premieres on truTV Thursday, Feb. 11 at 10:30pmET/PT and is the first scripted comedy to be added to the network’s lineup. truTV has made the first two episodes of the series available to stream now. Those Who Can’t is ridiculously LOL … Continue reading
We like it, like it, yes we do! Vinyl airs Sundays at 9/8CT on HBO beginning Feb. 14. When Olivia Wilde was a kid, she crashed her journalist parents’ dinner party to demand that one guest vacate her spot at the family table. The interloper? Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. He told the upstart to go to bed. Several decades later, Jagger would witness Wilde’s mettle once again — on the set of their seductive new HBO series, Vinyl. Since 1995, Jagger had mulled a feature film that would delve deep into what he knew best: the gritty reality of the music … Continue reading
The signing of Rey Mysterio has injected even more legitimacy and star power to Lucha Underground. Among the most popular professional wrestlers in history, the masked legend is appearing in Season 2 of the buzzworthy series that airs Wednesdays at 8/7CT on El Rey Network. When Mysterio left WWE it almost became a matter of when, not if, he would show up in the Temple. “Once I had complete release from WWE, then we really started to think of a game plan,” he said. “We didn’t know whether it was going to be the end of season one or the beginning … Continue reading
The Walking Dead Season 6 returns Sunday, February 14 at 9/8CT on AMC You picked a fine time to show up, Lucille! OK, so we’ve yet to see The Walking Dead comic’s infamous barbed-wire baseball bat and its equally insidious owner, Negan (welcome, Jeffrey Dean Morgan!). But we know the pair is out there, courtesy of a sneak peek of Daryl, Sasha and Abraham encountering a contingent of Negan’s acolytes — a.k.a. the Saviors — which aired just after the midseason finale. Atop it, Deanna’s dead, the wall’s kaput and Morgan just had to let that Wolf get away with poor Dr. … Continue reading
If you’re of a certain age, you’ll likely remember where you were the evening of June 17, 1994. Perhaps you’d settled in for a Friday night of watching TV when regularly scheduled programming was interrupted by aerial footage of a white Ford Bronco pursued at low speed by several police squads through an empty Interstate 405 in Los Angeles. In the back of the vehicle was football legend O.J. Simpson, charged with the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. You probably also remember where you were on Oct. 3, 1995, when the not-guilty verdict … Continue reading
Parenting expert Jo Frost returns to TV on Jan. 28 in UPtv’s Jo Frost: Nanny on Tour. Each week, Frost takes her mobile office — a decked-out RV — into a community where she can meet with and offer advice to more people than ever before. She also does an in-home consultation with a family who desperately needs intensive help. The British former nanny has been a staple of American television for over a decade, so she and I chatted about the new direction of her show, the challenges facing today’s families, and Frost offers a bit of advice to you (Which … Continue reading
The two night miniseries Madoff premieres Wednesday, Feb. 3 and Thursday, Feb. 4 on ABC. • Missed Madoff Part 1? Find out how to watch it online here. In the early 2000s, Richard Dreyfuss had an epiphany. Disheartened by the scarcity of the meaningful, character-driven films he preferred to make, and appalled by the civil and political landscape in which his teenage sons were growing up, Dreyfuss decided to scrap acting and head for England’s University of Oxford to learn how to resurrect the vanishing civics curriculum in U.S. schools. “To me this was such an easy call,” says the Oscar, … Continue reading