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Meet ‘Mama Medium!’ The Star of TLC’s New Show ‘Plays Charades With Dead People’

TLC’s new series Mama Medium (premiering Monday, Nov. 5) might seem like familiar ground for the network ­— but wait until you meet her! Jennie Marie calls herself a “Comedium,” delivering a large dose of humor along with her astounding abilities. Not only is she a medium, but she’s also a psychic, an empath and a fourth-generation clairvoyant. “Being psychic means that I can see the future,” Jennie Marie explains. “Being a medium means that I talk to passed loved ones. Being clairvoyant is how I receive my messages. So when I’m speaking to someone that’s passed, I see images. I […]

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“Blindspot” Exclusive Key Art & Insights On Season 4!

Blindspot premieres Friday, Oct. 12, and we have an exclusive first look at the key art for Season 4. We also had a chance to interview star Jaimie Alexander, and she gave us a sneak peek at what’s to come now that she’s changed from Jane to Remi. “I’m really excited to explore Remi, the villainous side of Jane. So far, we’ve only seen her in flashbacks,” Alexander tells. “I feel it will be fun for the audience to know that Jane is now Remi, as the entire cast has no idea. … There have been a few times where […]

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Alexander Vlahos on the Final Season of ‘Versailles’: “I’m Incredibly Happy With How It Ended”

Versailles, the opulent show about the French court under King Louis XIV (George Blagden), returns for its third and final season in the United States on Oct. 6 on Ovation. With even more mysteries, power plays and court politics, the series explores new territory before coming to a fitting end. Alexander Vlahos plays Philippe d’Orléans, Louis’ darker, more emotional brother, who we last saw leave the palace at the end of Season 2 to go to war at his brother’s request. Speaking from York on his day off, where he’s currently performing in a theater production of Romeo & Juliet, […]

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Ben Bailey Takes Us Behind the Scenes of ‘Cash Cab’

If you’ve ever been in a New York City cab, you’d be shocked to know how difficult the actual test is to get your license. It’s no easy task. Just talk to comedian Ben Bailey, the Emmy-winning host of Discovery Channel’s popular Cash Cab, who not only shuttles unsuspecting riders to their destination but also hosts a game show inside his cab while doing it. Cash Cab returns with new episodes on Fridays at 7pmET, beginning with a special shark themed episode on Friday, July 27. “While I was taking [the exam], I was thinking of all the cab drivers […]

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‘Elvis Presley: The Searcher’ on HBO: We Sit Down With Priscilla Presley And Music Documentarian Thom Zimny!

Let’s start with what you do know about Elvis. Like “Hound Dog” and “Blue Suede Shoes.” “The Pelvis” nickname coupled with said pelvis’ Ed Sullivan Show debut. The stint in the Army, where he met a pretty girl named Priscilla. The feel-good films and the triumphant ’68 TV special. And the endless tabloid fodder that followed, even after his 1977 death at just 42. But do you know why Elvis moved the way he moved? Chose the songs he sang? Suffered so beneath the weight of the very fame he craved? Priscilla — Elvis’ only bride and lifelong confidante — […]

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‘Gold Rush’ Preview: Hoffman Crew Tries to Make History

This week’s episode of Gold Rush (Friday at 9/8c) may go down in the show’s history books. Todd Hoffman — in true Todd style — is legitimately trying to make history by pushing his team to run 800 yards an hour through his three washplants. Todd’s playing catch up — he’s four weeks behind — but still believes they can make the obscene season goal of 5,000 ounces. “We’re going to kick ass,” Todd says, as he rallies his team. It looks like it may be doable, too. Freddy Dodge finally has the water he needs to start sluicing. Rusty […]

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When are my Favorite Halloween Shows Coming on this October?

Park your broomsticks and lay down your hatchets — Fright Guide is back! This free special publication from Channel Guide Magazine highlights the best Halloween programming airing in October. It’s a month’s worth of thrillers, horror and scare-you-out-of-your-seat TV. Download the Fright Guide today. And if you’re really into Halloween, why not spend some time with some spooky-themed back issues of our sister publication, ReMIND Magazine? We’ve got issues devoted to Ghoulish Greats, Spooktaculars and our latest issue full of straight-up Halloween fun!

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‘The Wizard Of Lies’: HBO Reveals the Human Toll of the Madoff Scandal

In a pivotal scene in HBO’s The Wizard of Lies, disgraced financier Bernie Madoff (Robert De Niro) and his devoted wife Ruth (Michelle Pfeiffer) don their pajamas and climb into bed — just as the couple did most every night of their 49-year marriage. A Judy Garland film flickers on the television and a bowl rests on the nightstand. It doesn’t contain a late-night snack. It holds every pill the pair could scrounge up in their opulent Manhattan apartment. “Our last night on earth will be you, me and Judy Garland. How romantic,” Pfeiffer drones in Ruth’s distinctive Queens accent, […]

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Exclusive Preview: Tempers Elevate On ‘Gold Rush Parker’s Trail’

Here’s an exclusive preview to tonight’s episode of Gold Rush Parker’s Trail (airing Friday, April 7 at 9/8c on Discovery), it’s the second episode in the three-part limited series. Gold Rush’s Parker Schnabel and Rick Ness, along with wilderness guide Karl Ann Charlton and cameraman James Levelle need to navigate the lock system at the Lewes Dam, which marks the start of the Yukon River. They run into a problem when they can’t get the dam to open. Tempers elevate between Parker and James over finding a solution. Watch the video below: As the most successful miner in Gold Rush […]