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  • ABC Family's 'Pretty Little Liars' finale explodes on Twitter

    ABC Family's 'Pretty Little Liars' finale explodes on Twitter
    Fans of the ABC Family series "Pretty Little Liars" took to Twitter in droves to discuss the summer finale, making the drama the most-tweeted-about TV show of the week, according to Nielsen's SocialGuide. Viewers sent nearly 1.9 million tweets, as...
  • 'Breaking Bad's' 'To'hajiilee' episode lights up Twitter

    'Breaking Bad's' 'To'hajiilee' episode lights up Twitter
    As the critically acclaimed AMC series "Breaking Bad" moves toward its conclusion, viewers took to Twitter in droves Sunday to discuss the explosive developments of "To'hajiilee." As the episode erupted in a breathless shootout, viewers reacted with...
  • NBCUniversal shakes up cable management; McCumber takes over USA

    NBCUniversal shakes up cable management; McCumber takes over USA
    NBCUniversal is shaking up the management of its entertainment cable channels and announced a change of strategy for a new network based on Esquire magazine. The biggest executive shift comes at USA Network, where Chris McCumber was named president....
  • Airing his struggles

    Airing his struggles
    Jay Haizlip has nothing to hide from his thousands of ministry members at The Sanctuary church in Westminster — or from television viewers, for that matter. The 49-year-old former professional skateboarder has shared with parishioners his story of...
  • From Cooper City, with love

    From Cooper City, with love
    Although she's a happily married woman, matchmaker Natalie Clarice understands how hard it is to find love in South Florida. "It's challenging to date [here], because Miami is a party city," she says. "People want to come and hang out, and they're not...
  • Guide to May 2013 TV premieres, finales, movies and specials

    Guide to May 2013 TV premieres, finales, movies and specials
    The May TV schedule is filled with finales, but don't think you won't have anything to watch. The Bluths are back! Yes, on May 26 Netflix with offer up all 15 episodes of the new "Arrested Development" with all the sitcom's original cast intact. Can't...
  • 'Best Ink' seeks Chicago tattoo artists

    'Best Ink' seeks Chicago tattoo artists
    Fall Out Boy bassist and "Best Ink" host Pete Wentz probably won't be there, but the Oxygen competition series is casting for an upcoming season in Chicago this weekend. If you're a tattoo artist age 21 or older, casting directors from Bunim/Murray...
  • Sanford and Hicks go to Congress, The CIA goes to Hollywood and CNN stays put

    Sanford and Hicks go to Congress, The CIA goes to Hollywood and CNN stays put
    Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford has been elected to the House (or at least that's where we hear he's going). Welcome to your trends report for Monday, May 8, 2013. Sanford will head to Capitol Hill after facing off against Elizabeth...
  • CW renews 'Carrie Diaries,' 'Nikita,' adds four new dramas

    CW renews 'Carrie Diaries,' 'Nikita,' adds four new dramas
    The '80s live on at The CW: modest-performing "The Carrie Diaries" will return next season, along with spy drama "Nikita." And the network is adding four dramas to its 2013-14 schedule, most rapt in the sci-fi world. That takes "Nikita," which...
  • Go away with Pete Wentz

    Go away with Pete Wentz
    Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz remembers traveling to the Bahamas as a child and getting ill on the small plane that took his family from Nassau to their destination. "I had terrible motion sickness when I was younger and I barfed into the bag," says the 33-...
  • A river -- again -- in Los Angeles

    A river -- again -- in Los Angeles
    In the late 1930s, in response to a pair of deadly floods, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors called in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to control the unruly Los Angeles River, which had, over millenniums, shifted its course innumerable times on...