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TV Roundup: Netflix Drops ‘Narcos: Mexico’ Trailer (Watch)

  • Variety
In today’s TV News Roundup, Netflix releases the trailer for “Narcos: Mexico,” streaming Nov. 16.

First Looks

Watch the trailer for “Narcos: Mexico,” veering away from the first three seasons in Colombia to explore the origins of the drug war in Mexico. The new season streams Nov. 16 on Netflix.

Emmy Winning actress and activist Rachel Brosnahan will narrate “Paris to Pittsburgh,” an upcoming climate change documentary from Bloomberg Philanthropies and Radical Media. The film will be broadcast worldwide from National Geographic Documentary Films on Wed., Dec. 12 at 9pm Est/Pst.

Bravo’s “Top Chef” returns Thursday, Dec. 6 at 9 p.m. Est/Pst, hosted by Padma Lakshmi, head judge Tom Colicchio, Graham Elliot, Nilou Motamed and Gail Simmons. This season features 15 new chefs from cities across the U.S., competing in the American cities of Louisville, Lexington and Lake Cumberland before going abroad for the finale in Macau, China.

The teaser
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‘The Price is Right’ celebrates Emmy victory by staging exclusive after-party for Monday’s Season 47 premiere [Watch]

  • Gold Derby
‘The Price is Right’ celebrates Emmy victory by staging exclusive after-party for Monday’s Season 47 premiere [Watch]
As a way to celebrate its 2018 Daytime Emmy victory for Best Game Show, “The Price is Right” will host an exclusive after-party for its Season 47 premiere, airing Monday, September 17 on CBS. Gold Derby was invited to a special taping of the episode that begins with host Drew Carey, announcer George Gray and models James O’Halloran, Rachel Reynolds, Manuela Arbelaez and Amber Lancaster walking the red carpet while holding their shiny new statuette. The studio audience also gets into the after-party mindset by dressing up in fancy suits and glamorous dresses. Watch a fun video clip below.

“Here’s our Emmy!” Carey proudly announces at the top of the show. “Everybody welcome to Season 47 of ‘The Price is Right.’ We’re all dressed up. The audience is all dressed up. You know why? Because we’re celebrating our Emmy today. If it wasn’t for amazing support of fans like
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Celebrate Halloween with CBS and The Price Is Fright!

We're zeroing in our favorite day of the year, which means all the mainstream folks are jumping on the Halloween bandwagon. Joining in on the fun is this Thursday's "The Price Is Right" - or rather "The Price Is Fright." Get more details and see a clip of Count Drew-cula’s grand entrance right here!


Things get spooky this Halloween on the Daytime Emmy Award-winning game show "The Price Is Fright," as daytime’s #1-rated series and the longest-running game show in television history is transformed into a haunted house.

Fans won’t believe their eyes as Count Drew-cula flies in for a grand entrance and the disembodied head of George Gray invites audience members to “Come on Down”… if they dare! Contestants will have a chance to play Halloween-themed games, such as “Yucky Seven” (Lucky Seven), “Witch” (Switch), “Bat Race” (Rat Race), and a scary game of "Cliff Hanger
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TV Rewind: ‘Globes’ Broadcast Dominates, ‘The Killing’ Resurges, ‘Idol’ Ratings Plummet

By Rachel Bennett

Television Editor & Columnist

Every Friday, Rachel recaps the week’s major TV-related news, announcements and gossip!

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Top Stories

• The 2013 Golden Globes dominated the ratings Sunday, drawing 20 million viewers. There was a 17 percent increase in audience members over last year’s ceremony, and the show was up 28 percent in the 18-49 demo, scoring a 6.4 adult rating.

• AMC’s The Killing, which got the ax this summer, is officially coming back for a third season. The drama will return to AMC along with stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman, but not everything will be the same: Detectives Linden and Holder (Enos and Kinnaman) will be working on a new case a year after solving the Rosie Larsen (Katie Findlay) murder.

• Despite adding judges Mariah Carey, Keith Urban and Nicki Minaj, the new season of Fox’s American Idol debuted to its smallest premiere audience ever. Although the reality show still drew 17.9 million viewers,
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GLAAD Media Awards honor 'Glee,' 'Modern Family,' Adam Lambert and more

  • Pop2it
GLAAD (the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) has announced its annual Media Awards nominations, which recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives.

The full list of nominees:

Outstanding Film - Wide Release

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Cloud Atlas (Warner Bros. Pictures)

ParaNorman (Focus Features)

The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Summit Entertainment)

Your Sister's Sister (IFC Films)

Outstanding Film - Limited Release

Any Day Now (Music Box Films)

Keep the Lights On (Music Box Films)

Mosquita y Mari (Wolfe Releasing)

Musical Chairs (Paladin)

North Sea Texas (Strand Releasing)

Outstanding Drama Series

Degrassi (TeenNick)

Grey's Anatomy (ABC)

The L.A. Complex (The CW)

Smash (NBC)

True Blood (HBO)

Outstanding Comedy Series

Glee (Fox)

Go On (NBC)

Happy Endings (ABC)

Modern Family (ABC)

The New Normal (NBC)

Outstanding Individual
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Morning Brew - Tues. Jan. 15: Ruta Gedmintas in "Do No Harm," lesbianish Sundance film "to.get.her" available today

Tags: Morning BrewRuta GedmintasRachel MaddowErin McKeownSuze Ormanto.get.herIMDb

Good morning!

If you're still sad about Lip Service and think a glimpse of Ruta Gedmintas will cheer you up, the entire pilot for her new show Do No Harm is available online. Fair warning: She doesn't come on until about half way through. And she's straight.

The Aclu gets shit done! A lesbian-themed book was taken off the library shelves in Utah and the organization was able to put it right back. Now everyone can share in the delight that is In Our Mothers' House.

Gospel singer Gloria Muliro is the homophobe of the day. She went on Facebook to say she wanted to "expose" lesbians because, "It is very embarrassing, where have you ever seen a woman marrying another woman?" Why yes, I have. A few different times. Myself included!

Is Suze Orman dangerous? Author Helaine Olen claims she is,
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TV on Tap: 2012 Was the Year of the Backlash, TV's 'Lost' Era is Over and Can "The X-Factor" Be Fixed?

If not for Soledad O'Brien, this would be the only time I can watch CNN without yelling at the TV.

We're at the closing of the year and I hope you all make sure to stay safe in celebrating the transition to 2013.


Here's more reason to feel optimistic about One Life to Live and All My Children coming back — Soap Opera Digest reports that Oltl has found a showrunner while Vincent Irizarry has signed up for the AMC revival.

Okay, for a channel that has seemed to decide its theme involves documenting the worst of our society (when aliens discover earth and try to figure out what happened to humanity, TLC will become The Learning Channel again, teaching the aliens how it all went wrong), a show about married women who compete in beauty pageants doesn't sound so bad. Deadline reports that Pageant Wives will follow the usual TLC
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TV Rewind: ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Renewed, ‘Mockingbird Lane’ Dead And Buried, Spears Facing ‘X-Factor’ Firing

By Carson Blackwelder

Television Contributor

Every Friday, Rachel recaps the week’s major TV-related news, announcements and gossip! This week, Carson fills in.


Top Stories

• CBS’s How I Met Your Mother will return for a ninth season, ensuring that the sitcom will definitely overstay its already wavering welcome.

• The question as to whether or not Dan Stevens will return for the fourth season of Masterpiece Theatre’s Downton Abbey has been answered.

• AMC continues its dismal relationships with showrunners as The Walking Dead’s Glen Mazzara got the boot. This means that the zombie drama will be getting its third showrunner within four seasons — that’s a lot of creative disconnect.

• ABC shelved the rest of Vanessa Williams and Terry O’Quinn’s canceled 666 Park Avenue until summer and is filling in the extra hour on Sunday with new episodes of Happy Endings and Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23.
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Is a Grey's Doc Blind? Why Are NBC Promos So Spoilery? Boardwalk Duo Bonkers? And More Qs!

Is a Grey's Doc Blind? Why Are NBC Promos So Spoilery? Boardwalk Duo Bonkers? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Good Wife, Revolution, Arrow and Grey’s Anatomy!

1 | As series finale twists go, iCarly‘s titular video star giving Freddie a final, warm goodbye kiss is kinda up there, no? And how fun were the flashbacks to Episode 1? Everyone was so young.

2 | Gillian and Gyp on Boardwalk Empire — the craziest TV pairing since…?

Video | New Spoiler Alert!: Parks and Rec‘s Retta Dishes On Revenge, Scandal, Walking Dead and More!

3 | What
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Ratings: Two and a Half Men Repeat Improves on Partners, Mob Doctor Ticks Up, Voice Hits a Low

  • TVLine.com
Ratings: Two and a Half Men Repeat Improves on Partners, Mob Doctor Ticks Up, Voice Hits a Low
CBS’ decision to pull Partners and swap in sitcom repeats on Monday at 8:30 promptly paid dividends: A warmed-over Two and a Half Men last night drew 6.4 million total viewers while scoring a 2.1 demo rating, improving on Partners‘ final performance by 17 percent.

That in turn teed up 2 Broke Girls (9.74 mil/3.4) for a gain of 6 percent, while Mike & Molly held steady-ish at 9.24 mil/2.9.

Opening CBS’ night, How I Met Your Mother was flat with 7.9 mil/3.0, while Hawaii Five-0 closed things with 8.8 mil/2.2, up 11 and 5 percent week-to-week.

Related | Michael Slezak’s The Voice Recap: Best Episode Ever?

Elsewhere on Monday….

* Dancing With the Stars
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10 Hilarious HD Seasons of "Friends" Help Us Remember Who the Stars of the Show Really Were

Every now and then a film or television series comes along that has a long-lasting impact on its respective genre and sets a benchmark studios attempt to duplicate and improve upon. In the case of TV, there’s no doubt Friends carries on in how networks choose sitcoms and the style of humor they shoot for. If you doubt Friends’ influence, just look at the proliferation of the ‘20 and 30-somethings hanging out’ ensemble comedy that we have today: How I Met Your Mother, The Big Bang Theory, The New Girl, Community, and Happy Endings. And while each of these new iterations on that concept has its unique twist, none have quite achieved the massive following that David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, and Matt LeBlanc did as Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe, and Joey. However, Friends wasn’t without fault, and its highs and lows are
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TV Rewind: ‘Jersey Shore’ Does Good, ‘Downton’ Marks Return, ‘Boy Meets World’ Sequel In Development

By Carson Blackwelder

Television Contributor

Every Friday, Rachel recaps the week’s major TV-related news, announcements and gossip! This week, Carson fills in.


Top Stories

• The cast of MTV’s Jersey Shore announced it will host a live telethon, entitled Restore the Shore, Nov. 15 to aid the real Jersey Shore, which suffered massive damage from Hurricane Sandy. The contributions will go to Architecture for Humanity, a nonprofit that funds reconstruction and design projects.

• PBS’s Downton Abbey returns Jan. 6. That is all.

• A sequel to ABC’s ever-popular Boy Meets World that will focus on Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel‘s daughter is in early development at Disney Channel.

• CBS gave freshman series Elementary the coveted post-Superbowl spot this year.

• NBC’s Coming Together telethon benefitting Sandy relief didn’t stand a chance against Malibu Country, the Reba McEntire-led ABC comedy.

Show Biz

• The two-hour series finale of Fox’s Fringe will air Friday,
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'How I Met Your Mother': 'The Autumn of Breakups' and Victoria's underwhelming return

On the one hand, "How I Met Your Mother" gave Victoria a pretty good sendoff in Monday's (Nov. 5) episode: Her parting with Ted in "The Autumn of Breakups" was one of the more evenhanded, grown-up splits Ted has made with a non-Mother, non-Robin girlfriend in the show's history.

On the other hand, strong final scene aside, it's hard not to wonder why the show would make such a big deal out of Victoria's return only to under-use her so much.

As a whole, "The Autumn of Breakups" was not a very good episode of "Himym." The side stories -- Barney and his wing-dog, Marshall finding his inner Gayle King and Nick's tortured culinary catchphrases -- were scattershot at best, and the main story about Ted and Victoria realizing they weren't the ones for each other didn't feel like it had nearly enough foundation.

It's not that Victoria's request that Ted
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'One Tree Hill's' Danneel Ackles reunites with Sarah Chalke on 'How To Live With Your Parents'

One of our "One Tree Hill" faves has landed another comedy guest spot. Danneel Ackles, who played mean-girl-with-a-heart-of-gold (as in gold digger) Rachel on the long-running CW series is set to appear on ABC's upcoming midseason comedy "How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life)."

The series follows Sarah Chalke's character, single working mom Polly, as she's forced to move back home with her parents after her divorce. It's further complicated by the fact that her parents (played by Elizabeth Perkins and Brad Garrett) are extremely eccentric, free-love, sexually liberated types... and Polly is determined to raise her daughter in a more structured way.

Ackles plays Olivia, who Polly befriends and decides to set up with Julian (Jon Dore)... Polly's ex-husband. Awkward! In the first episode, Julian is described as an "unemployed gambler with a pasty-white beer belly" -- so he's not exactly a catch.
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TVLine Items: Is Bette Midler Glee-Bound? Plus: Raising Hope Goes Back to the Future and More!

TVLine Items: Is Bette Midler Glee-Bound? Plus: Raising Hope Goes Back to the Future and More!
The Divine Miss M may soon grace Glee with her presence.

Ryan Murphy took to Twitter Monday night to announce that while at the God’s Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards ceremony that same evening, he “asked the incredible Bette Midler to be on Glee in front of 1,000 people.” Her response? “Bette said yes!”

The prolific producer went on to say that he was already “plotting” her cameo and asked his followers for suggestions on who she should play. (Midler also took to Twitter with the news, pitching to her potential boss the role of Rachel’s grandmother… Thoughts?
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What to Buy This Week: DVD and Blu-ray releases for October 15th

  • Nerdly
It’s Monday, so we all know what that means! Yes, it’s time for another rundown of DVDs and Blu-ray’s hitting stores online and offline this week. It’s a jam-packed week, with plenty of movies waiting to take you money, so let us breakdown the new releases and highlight what you should – and shouldn’t – be buying from today, October 15th 2012.

Pick(S) Of The Week

We Are The Night (DVD)

20-year-old Lena gets by as a petty thief on the streets of Berlin until she meets a gang of female vampires who live by their own rules and leave a merciless trail of blood in their wake. ?Before long Lena is bitten and immediately begins to revel in the glamour, parties and infinite freedom granted her by eternal life. However, this blessing comes with the curse of an endless blood thirst and murderous appetite that soon
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‘Should They Or Shouldn’t They?’ An Imperative Question In TV Relationships

By Rachel Bennett

Television Editor & Columnist


This year is the fifth season of ABC’s dramedy Castle, and one thing makes it stand out from the rest: Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic), after four seasons of romantic tension, are finally together.

“Will they or won’t they?” is the TV equivalent of “What came first: The chicken or the egg?” — everyone asks it, and no answer is for sure. But the question that should be asked more frequently in TV is, “Should they or shouldn’t they?”

Most series approach this crossroads. And many consequently fear the Moonlighting curse, which references the ABC’s 1980s crime drama and its decline in popularity once leads Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis got together.

NBC’s The Office seems to have recently faced the curse. Though the comedy still did well in the ratings following Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam’s
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TVLine Mixtape: Your Favorite Songs from New Girl, Grey's Anatomy, Himym and More!

TVLine Mixtape: Your Favorite Songs from New Girl, Grey's Anatomy, Himym and More!
It might’ve started with Family Ties and “At This Moment.” Or maybe it was Friends‘ Ross and Rachel going on a break to the strains of “With or Without You.” Somewhere along the way, we started associating great songs with the big TV moments they’d accompanied, and we’re betting you do the same.

Since the fall season has already offered up some great iPod fodder, we’re helping you get your groove on by compiling a list of recent TV tunes that struck us as awesome, complete with song and artist information in case you want to
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This week in television breakups

This week in television breakups
Ouch. This past week certainly hasn’t been easy for those of us who are a little too unhealthily involved in the lives of television characters. Glee, How I Met Your Mother and Grey’s Anatomy all had major relationship shake-ups, just a few weeks into the fall season. (Spoiler Alert! for this past week’s episodes ahead). On Monday, after an episode-long tease over who exactly would break up, Barney and Quinn called it quits over on How I Met Your Mother. It was hard to feel too sad about that one, though, not with an ending that had
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First Interview: Price Is Right's Male Model Search Winner Deems Gig Better Than 'A Brand New Car!'

  • TVLine.com
First Interview: Price Is Right's Male Model Search Winner Deems Gig Better Than 'A Brand New Car!'
Rob Wilson, come on down! You’re joining The Price Is Right!

CBS’ long-running game show announced at the close of Friday’s telecast that the 24-year-old Boston native was the winner of its search for a male model. As such, he will join Amber Lancaster, Gwendolyn Osborne, Manuela Arbelaez and Rachel Reynolds in brandishing shiny new washer-dryers, Jet-Skis and, of course, brand new cars.

Just minutes after Rob received word of his big W, TVLine asked him about putting in his bid on the gig, how he came out of his shell to wow the judges and which game
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