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Watch Channing Tatum Be Reunited on Live Television With His Childhood Best Friend

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by Kate Erbland 4 days ago
Channing Tatum was very lonely as a child. So lonely, in fact, that the guy -- now America's sweetheart, one of the world's most popular actors, and an international sex symbol -- had to go searching for friends in offbeat places. That's how he found Boyd, his imaginary friend, and don't you dare say he invented him, okay, Boyd was real. 

CBS ‘Rush Hour’ TV Series Gets Pilot Order Under ‘Scrubs’ Creator Bill Lawrence

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 4 days ago
Warner Bros. / New Line
Far be it for us to ever question our TV overlords and the small-screen movie reboot trend, but at least some franchises feel fair game for a fresh take. Cue loudmouth Chris Tucker wailing, as ‘Rush Hour’ will move forward with an official pilot order at CBS, written under ‘Scrubs’ and ‘Cougar Town’ creator Bill Lawrence.

‘The Walking Dead’ 2015 Premiere Gets Official Title and Episode Synopsis

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 4 days ago
AMC
'The Walking Dead' will return to its fifth season in just under two weeks' time, but despite a number of shouty trailers and mysterious castings, we don't yet know what Rick and his group will get up to on February 8. Now, AMC has confirmed a unique title for 'The Walking Dead''s 2015 return, while the episode synopsis suggests a bit of light on the horizon for once.

‘X-Men’ TV Series Confirmed in Development at FOX From ‘Star Trek 3' Writers

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 4 days ago
20th Century Fox
The ‘X-Men’ franchise is headed for an ‘Apocalypse’ in the near future, making headlines left and right with its latest castings, but a small-screen outing of Marvel’s mightiest mutants might evolve into place as early as 2016. FOX has confirmed development on a potential ‘X-Men’ TV series, though Disney may well block the efforts.

Marvel’s ‘AKA Jessica Jones’ Casts David Tennant as the Villainous “Purple Man”

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 4 days ago
Marvel Comics / Anthony Harvey, Getty Images
Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ has yet to release a frame of footage from its forthcoming Netflix TV series, but that hasn’t stopped followup series ‘AKA Jessica Jones’ from pushing forward. Not only do we know ‘Who’ the major villain of the Krysten Ritter super-detective drama will be, but David Tennant himself will portray the mysterious purple baddie.

‘Gotham’ Casts ‘Spider-Man’ Baddie Colm Feore as DC’s Dollmaker

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 5 days ago
DC Comics / Darryl James, Getty Images
FOX’s ‘Gotham’ spends most of its time setting up major DC villains, rather than feature them outright, but at least one of Batman’s future baddies will come out of the box to play. ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ and ‘Thor’ star Colm Feore will stop by Batman’s beginnings as the villainous Dollmaker, but could the character have any connection to the ‘Arrow’ villain of the same name?

‘Heroes’ Star Zachary Quinto Confirms Sylar Won’t Be ‘Reborn’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 5 days ago
NBC
We haven’t yet a clear picture of NBC’s forthcoming ‘Heroes Reborn’ reboot (and in truth had hoped they’d forgotten about it), but more and more it seems ‘Chuck’ star Zachary Levi will be leading a brand-new cast. Following earlier uncertainty over the idea, original series star Zachary Quinto has confirmed that his breakout villainous role of Gabriel “Sylar” Gray won’t be ‘Reborn’ among the new ‘Heroes.’

Monday Morning Critic: The Return of ‘The Americans’

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by Ryan McGee 5 days ago
FX
Welcome back to another installment of the Monday Morning Critic. In this space each week, I’ll be looking at the week that was in addition to the week ahead in television. The format will shift each week, as the world of TV will dictate the form and content of each piece. In this week’s installment: a review of the third season of ‘The Americans’ and a look at a recent example the true power of long-form narrative on TV.

‘Girls’ Review: “Female Author”

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by Britt Hayes 5 days ago
HBO
There’s something vaguely gnawing and anxiety-inducing about this week’s episode of ‘Girls,’ which splits its time between Hannah in Iowa and her friends back in New York, and finally gives us a clue about what Adam’s been up to while Hannah’s away. By now we’ve become very familiar with the willfully regressive nature of these characters, who function in juvenile, narcissistic cycles, with each revolution back around only bringing them the tiniest baby step further in their maturation. Two steps forward, one step back.