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Meet The Frasers Psychic Medium Matt Fraser Promises We’re Going To Laugh, Cry And Maybe Even Wet Our Pants

Brutally honest, impeccably dressed and with an ego like no other, 28-year-old psychic medium Matt Fraser is one entertaining whirlwind. The Rhode Island superstar has been wowing fans for years with his self-claimed ability to communicate with the dead, and he is now the subject of E!’s new Meet the Frasers. He’s also got a book coming out in March titled When Heaven Calls: Life Lessons From America’s Top Psychic Medium. Helping Matt handle his growing fame are his psychic mother (who thinks she’s his manager), his skeptic father and sister (they don’t buy into talking to the dead), and […]

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5 Questions With “Supernanny” Jo Frost

U.K.’s Supernanny Jo Frost is back in action — Wednesdays on Lifetime — helping parents with their ongoing challenges of raising children in this busy digital age. Jo continues to focus on positive reinforcement and connectivity, but has structured the show to be more documentary in style, where her teachings are outlined and her help extends to the entire family, including couples who need help in their relationships. Here she answers our “5 Questions.” 1. Is parenting getting harder or easier in this busy digital/social media world we live in?  Raising a family has always had its challenges. In an […]

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Russell Hornsby Brings Some Cerebral Swagger To His Role As Lincoln Rhyme

It “felt like home” in some ways for Russell Hornsby when he stepped into the role of Lincoln Rhyme, a revered New York City forensics expert, in the new serial-killer thriller Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector. Hornsby, who is no stranger to NBC or to playing a seasoned TV sleuth, having starred as Detective Hank Griffin for six seasons on Grimm, was up for a new challenge. “He is a man that has a dogged sense of duty and purpose, of trying to find killers or save lives,” Hornsby tells. “The challenges for him are to make peace […]

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A New Era For Miss America: Nia Franklin Reflects At The End Of Her Reign

Gone is the pomp and pageantry of the 98-year-old Miss America competition you probably grew up watching, with those infamous swimsuit struts and judging primarily centered around a woman’s physical appearance. In this new era, coined Miss America 2.0, the competition puts intelligence and talent at the forefront, showering winners with a multitude of scholarship and philanthropic opportunities. New York’s Nia Franklin was crowned Miss America in September 2018 and was the first candidate to win under the organization’s new direction. “My year has meant so much to me,” tells Franklin. “I was the first Miss America 2.0, so I’ll […]

Family

A Very Brady Renovation: Holiday Edition TV’s Favorite Family Reunites For Some Holiday Magic & Memories

Nothing is more special than coming home for the holidays and celebrating with family and friends. And for TV fans, being transported back to the Brady family home and reuniting with the beloved cast once again, it’s simply the ultimate treat. Food Network’s Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond and HGTV’s Hidden Potential host Jasmine Roth team up with the Brady Bunch kids to whip up ’70s-inspired food and decor, along with meaningful recollections, in the holiday special A Very Brady Renovation: Holiday Edition. Thrilled over the success of September’s four-part series A Very Brady Renovation, Roth walked us through some of […]

Family

Ellen’s Greatest Night Of Giveaways – The Most Feel-Good Event Of The Year

Hopefully you all know by now that Ellen DeGeneres is one of the most generous, kindhearted, amazing people in show business. She deliberately leads by example, believing that in a world where there is so much negativity, it’s important to lift people up. “People are more alike than they are different and if we show each other compassion, the world can be a better place,” she says. “Plus, I think the kindness you put out into the world comes back to you like a boomerang, and there’s no fear of it hitting you in the face.” When Ellen came to […]

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5 Questions With Meredith MacNeill Of IFC’s “Baroness Von Sketch Show”

If you haven’t caught IFC’s award-winning, late-night satire Baroness von Sketch Show (Wednesdays), you’re missing a good time. Just starting its fourth season, the all-female comedy series features Meredith MacNeill, Carolyn Taylor, Aurora Browne and Jennifer Whalen. MacNeill is the only star who doesn’t hail from a comedy background (her costars are Second City alums), so when she commits to a sketch — oh boy, does she commit. “For me it’s such a fun, fantastic, freeing place to play really close to where it shouldn’t work when you’re pushing it that it does,” she shares on her often over-the-top absurdities. […]

Undercover Billionaire Glenn Stearns
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What You Can Learn From the Undercover Billionaire?

There’s a lot to be learned from billionaire Glenn Stearns. Including that it doesn’t matter where you came from or what your grades were — you could still make a billion. Stearns is relaxed, humble and honest when we speak at the Beverly Hilton prior to a press panel for the docuseries Undercover Billionaire, on which he is a featured panelist at the Television Critics Association’s semiannual press tour. The eight-episode series airs on Discovery Channel Tuesdays at 10pmET/PT. Unlike most in the billionaire boys circuit, Stearns was not born into wealth — he grew up in a working-class family, […]

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Interview: David Hasselhoff on Taking on Former ’80s Superstars and Cars

There’s a lot to love about the former Knight Rider and Baywatch star David Hasselhoff, but one of our favorite things is his humble candor — he’s never been afraid to just tell it as it is. After 40-plus years in the business, the international superstar radiates positivity as he talks to us about what’s on the horizon, which includes a tour in the fall, a possible Knight Rider movie and a two-hour special on History titled Battle of the ’80s Supercars With David Hasselhoff. The special, airing Wednesday, July 10 at 8/7c, is part of History’s now annual Car […]