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‘The Last Man on Earth’ Sneak Peeks: Will Forte Goes Crazy for Lord and Miller

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 6 days ago
FOX
Premiering this Sunday, Lord and Miller FOX comedy The Last Man on Earth still presents as something of a mystery, even with fan-favorite SNL alum Will Forte at the helm. We’ve seen a number of the basic gags in previews of the new series, but do the first full clips an a new promo clue us in to The Last Man on Earth?

‘Star Wars Rebels’ Finale Trailer: Darth Vader’s Return Starts a “Fire Across the Galaxy”

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 7 days ago
Lucasfilm / Disney XD
Disney XD’s Star Wars Rebels has built sturdier and sturdier bridges to the Original Trilogy with its multiple guest roles, but with the grand Season 1 finale hitting galaxies far, far away this Monday, The Force’s biggest bad will make a sinister return. The first trailer for Star Wars Rebels’ “Fire Across the Galaxy” has spread, promising Darth Vader’s return!

Jimmy Kimmel Brings Kenny G and Warren G Together for G-Tastic Performance of ‘Regulate’

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by Kate Erbland 7 days ago
ABC
For years, people have wondered if Kenny G, king of contemporary smooth jazz, has a sense of humor. He seems very serious and very dedicated – and let’s be real here, very talented – and that hasn’t saved him from being the butt of many jokes. But was the real joke that Kenny G was in on the joke? Based on his appearance on last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, we’re now convinced that the man knows exactly what he’s doing, and he’s relishing it.

The Kimmel School of Perfect Acting Blooper Reel Is Just as Funny as the Actual Sketch

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by Kate Erbland 7 days ago
ABC
The secret is, Jimmy Kimmel’s School of Perfect Acting is perhaps the worst acting school on the planet. Let these outtakes and bloopers make that perfectly (tee hee) clear. In his annual post-Oscars show, the Jimmy Kimmel Live! host unveiled a look at his eponymous acting school, where’s he trained such stars as Gary Oldman, Jeff Bridges, and Jennifer Aniston, thanks to his decidedly off-beat tactics. Has it profitable? Sure. Is it safe? No.

Christina Aguilera’s Britney Spears Impression Is Amazing

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by Kate Erbland 7 days ago
NBC
This could have gone so badly. On last night’s Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon busted out his “Musical Impression Generator” – which, we’re just going to say it, we think is rigged and not at all random – to have a little fun with his guest Christina Aguilera. The songstress was tasked with imitating a bunch of other female singers – see? rigged! – but the highlight of the entire segment (the entire show?) came when she was asked to pretend to be Britney Spears.

‘Better Call Saul’ Review: “Hero”

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by Britt Hayes 7 days ago
AMC
It’s almost impossible to watch Better Call Saul without viewing the series through the lens of Breaking Bad. The former would not exist without the latter, but it’s interesting to consider a world in which Breaking Bad never existed and Bob Odenkirk might have been given a weekly hour-long series on AMC about the slippery slope a struggling lawyer charismatically slides down on his way to success. Although both shows share a particular cinematic style and feature the varying, gray shades of morality, the comparisons just about end there, as they should.

CBS ‘Supergirl’ Adds Calista Flockhart and Laura Benanti

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 7 days ago
DC Comics / Jason Merritt - Laura Cavanaugh, Getty Images
CBS’ forthcoming Supergirl series boasts a number of DC figures among its primary cast, and while Kara Zor-El and Jimmy Olsen have already been found, two new figures from DC lore have joined the party. Calista Flockhart will return to television to portray Superman media mogul Cat Grant, while Nashville star Laura Benanti will play Kara’s Kryptonian mother.

New ‘Mad Men’ Final Season Poster and Nostalgia Teasers

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 7 days ago
AMC
We're still over a month away from Mad Men premiering its final seven episodes, but as Don Draper himself once said, nostalgia is a powerful tool that a carousel can spin us around, again and again. Ol' Don looks headed for his own personal sunset in the latest Mad Men poster for the end, while a nostalgic new teaser looks back over the last seven years.

Monday Morning Critic: What Is a Comedy, What Is a Drama and What Does It Matter?

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by Ryan McGee 7 days ago
Netflix
In terms of its approach to the comedy/drama cut-off point, The Emmys have gone the way of pizza delivery: Television is apparently now thirty minutes or less, or it’s not funny. That’s the takeaway from its announcement last week of certain changes to its awards structure in future years. Comedy series are now defined as being a half hour or less, while drama series are anything over that thirty-minute demarcation.