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Cancer Survivor Christina Applegate Reveals She Had Ovaries and Fallopian Tubes Removed — and Worries For Her Daughter

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Cancer Survivor Christina Applegate Reveals She Had Ovaries and Fallopian Tubes Removed — and Worries For Her Daughter
Christina Applegate revealed that she underwent surgery to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to reduce her risk of further cancers.

The actress — who had a double mastectomy in 2008 after being diagnosed with breast cancer — says that she had the surgery two weeks ago.

“My cousin passed away from ovarian cancer in 2008. I could prevent that,” Applegate, 45, tells Today. “That’s how I’ve taken control of everything. It’s a relief. That’s one other thing off the table. Now, let’s hope I don’t get hit by a bus.”

Applegate has the BRCA1 gene mutation, which predisposes her to developing cancer.
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Great News' Briga Heelan and Husband Chose Their Daughter's Name on 'Tinder for Baby Names'

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Great News' Briga Heelan and Husband Chose Their Daughter's Name on 'Tinder for Baby Names'
Briga Heelan has no trouble bringing it when it comes to comedy. But the Great News actress and her husband, actor and writer Rene Gube, had some difficulty when it came to choosing the name for their now 6-month-old daughter Bennet Alejandra.

“It was the only name that my husband and I both had really big reactions to, and we were like, ‘Okay, that’s it,’ ” Heelan, 30, told People of the unisex name for their daughter at the People Ones To Watch party at NeueHouse in Hollywood, California, on Wednesday.

“There’s actually a name app for baby names. It
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Wow, so this is how they addressed the dead wife on Kevin Can Wait

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Sitcoms retool. It’s what they do. Sometimes that’s a good thing. Sometimes it’s, well, not. Remember when Jaimie Foxworth’s Judy went to bed and never returned on Family Matters? Or when Christina Applegate was curiously plucked from the ensemble of Up All Night? Also, remember Up All Night? It had potential.

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‘A.P. Bio’: Jean Villepique Cast As Regular In NBC Comedy

Jean Villepique (Up All Night) has been cast as a series regular in new NBC comedy A.P. Bio, from Saturday Night Live writer Mike O'Brien, SNL honcho Lorne Michaels and former SNL-er Seth Meyers. Written by O'Brien, A.P. Bio stars It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia co-lead Glenn Howerton as a philosophy scholar who loses out on his dream job and goes to work as a high school Advanced Placement biology teacher but he makes it clear he will not be teaching any biology…
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Briga Heelan and Rene Gube Welcome Daughter Bennet Alejandra

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Briga Heelan and Rene Gube Welcome Daughter Bennet Alejandra
Great NewsBriga Heelan is a mom!

The actress and her husband Rene Gube have welcomed their first child, daughter Bennet Alejandra Gube, her rep confirms to People exclusively.

The baby girl was born on Thursday, March 23, measuring 21 inches and weighing 7 lbs., 9 oz.

Heelan posted a funny snap to Instagram in early May: a selfie showing a mark her baby girl left near her collarbone. “My lil baby was suckling on my neck and it was so cute until it was weird,” she captioned the pouting pic.

The 30-year-old new mom’s followers got a glimpse of Bennet on Mother’s Day,
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Two and a Half Men Vet Jon Cryer to Star in ABC Comedy Pilot Losing It

Two and a Half Men Vet Jon Cryer to Star in ABC Comedy Pilot Losing It
Two and a Half Men‘s Jon Cryer is returning to the sitcom fold with a starring role in the ABC comedy pilot Losing It, TVLine has learned.

Written by Up All Night‘s DJ Nash, Losing It centers on three misfit adult siblings and their parents who — between divorce, new parenthood and early-onset dementia — are all losing it in different ways.

RelatedPilot Season ’17: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them

Emmy-winner Cryer will play eldest son Andy, a successful acupuncturist who turned to Eastern Philosophy as a way to cope with his crazy family.
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ABC Adds Two More Family-Comedy Pilots

ABC has added two more family-comedy pilots to its haul.

The network has handed out pilot orders to an untitled single-dad comedy from the creators of Trophy Wife and a sibling comedy from Up All Night's DJ Nash.

The untitled single-dad project is a multicamera comedy about an intellectual but emotionally challenged single dad who moves to Queens, N.Y., with his two young daughters and forms an unlikely family with the other residents in their apartment building.

Telenovela writing duo Dannah Phirman and Danielle Schneider will pen the script for the ABC Studios entry. They executive produce alongside Trophy...
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Masterminds Blu-ray Preview Exposes the Truth Behind the Heist | Exclusive

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Masterminds Blu-ray Preview Exposes the Truth Behind the Heist | Exclusive
Last fall, the story behind one of the most outrageous heists in American history hit the big screen with Relativity Media's Masterminds, starring Zach Galifianakis as David Ghantt. In case you missed it in theaters, this action comedy will be available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD January 31. Today we have an exclusive Blu-ray preview with the real-life David Ghantt, taking fans through the actual robbery, along with footage from the movie. The unlikely criminal explains how difficult it was to actually load up $17 million into the back of a van.

In this action comedy inspired by true events, directed by Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite, Nacho Libre), David Ghantt (Zach Galifianakis) discovers the true meaning of adventure far beyond his wildest dreams. He is an uncomplicated man stuck in a monotonous life. Day in and day out he drives an armored vehicle, transporting millions of other people's money with no escape in sight.
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SNL's Anti-tv Host Bias: Insiders Try to Explain the Inexplicable

SNL's Anti-tv Host Bias: Insiders Try to Explain the Inexplicable
Casey Affleck is many things. A great actor is one of them; a household name is not. He’s certainly no Norman Reedus. Or Kristen Bell.

Saturday Night Live‘s decision to tap the Manchester By the Sea star to serve as the show’s final host of 2016 underscores a perplexing trend at the long-running late-night sketch show, one in which even marginally known movie stars are considered more viable hosting material than A-list TV talent.

VideosSaturday Night Live: Bryan Cranston Revives Breaking Bad’s Walter White

Consider for a second that the following TV stars have never
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‘Mr. Robot’ Episode Goes ’90s: Watch The Amazing Fake & Real Vintage Ads (That Only Aired Once)

‘Mr. Robot’ Episode Goes ’90s: Watch The Amazing Fake & Real Vintage Ads (That Only Aired Once)
[Editor’s Note: Spoilers follow for “Mr. Robot” Season 2, Episode 6, “eps2.4_m4ster-s1ave.aes.” (Full review here.)]

TV keeps making ostentatious plays for regaining live viewership (and, as a result, getting live eyeballs on ads). We’re never seen anything like this week, though, when USA’s “Mr. Robot” exploded the idea of what you can do with in-show advertising, and truly rewarded those who tuned in live.

Earlier in the day, creator Sam Esmail had tweeted out a warning that of all the episodes of “Mr. Robot” that have aired recently:

To our streaming viewers, you should watch tonight’s episode of #MrRobot live with the commercials. Trust me on this.

Sam Esmail (@samesmail) August 10, 2016

In this age of DVRing, it was a pretty big request (especially when you consider that “Mr. Robot” starts at 10pm and episodes often run over an hour). But once the episode began, Esmail’s reasons were clear.

Last week’s episode ended with Elliot (Rami Malek) experiencing a brutal beating
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‘Mr. Robot’ Episode Goes ’90s: Watch The Amazing Fake & Real Vintage Ads (That Only Aired Once)

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‘Mr. Robot’ Episode Goes ’90s: Watch The Amazing Fake & Real Vintage Ads (That Only Aired Once)
[Editor’s Note: Spoilers follow for “Mr. Robot” Season 2, Episode 6, “eps2.4_m4ster-s1ave.aes.” (Full review here.)]

TV keeps making ostentatious plays for regaining live viewership (and, as a result, getting live eyeballs on ads). We’re never seen anything like this week, though, when USA’s “Mr. Robot” exploded the idea of what you can do with in-show advertising, and truly rewarded those who tuned in live.

Earlier in the day, creator Sam Esmail had tweeted out a warning that of all the episodes of “Mr. Robot” that have aired recently:

To our streaming viewers, you should watch tonight’s episode of #MrRobot live with the commercials. Trust me on this.

Sam Esmail (@samesmail) August 10, 2016

In this age of DVRing, it was a pretty big request (especially when you consider that “Mr. Robot” starts at 10pm and episodes often run over an hour). But once the episode began, Esmail’s reasons were clear.

Last week’s episode ended with Elliot (Rami Malek) experiencing a brutal beating
See full article at Indiewire »

Why Will Arnett is the anti-Donald Trump that America needs

We need to subvert and undermine the man who might be our next president – and as a master of playing insecure egomaniacs, Arnett is uniquely suited to do it

Much like Bojack Horseman himself, Will Arnett is finally back on top. After Arrested Development made him a star, Arnett spent years trying to establish a follow-up. He wallowed in failed network sitcoms with names you probably won’t recognize such as Running Wilde, Up All Night and The Millers. He had a few moments in the spotlight, like his Emmy-nominated guest-starring role in 30 Rock as Jack Donaghy’s arch-nemesis. But Arnett struggled to find another role that traded on his unique combination of macho confidence and wounded sensitivity that made him the standout of Arrested Development, a show that was composed almost entirely of standouts.

Related: Is BoJack Horseman the saddest comedy show ever?

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TV Review: ‘Maya and Marty’

TV Review: ‘Maya and Marty’
Understandably, entertainment executives keep trying to make the charismatic “Saturday Night Live” veteran Maya Rudolph a bigger star. Less understandable are an array of efforts to revive the variety show, a genre of entertainment perhaps left best to prior eras in TV history.

Let’s face it, variety shows thrived when viewers didn’t have a lot of other options, but now anyone with a TV, smartphone or laptop has hundreds of different kinds of programs at his or her disposal every minute of the day. It’s easy to create one’s own grab bag of entertainment — the networks don’t have to do it for us.

And yet they keep trying, especially NBC, which aired “The Maya Rudolph Show” in 2014 and cast the actress as a talk-show diva in the ever-morphing sitcom “Up All Night” a few years earlier. Last year’s variety offering, “Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris,
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Bluray Review: The Mutilator

Ah, The Mutilator, the memories of my teenage years you bring back. I remember the exact moment I gazed upon your VHS box in the summer of 1987 at El Chaparral Supermarket and held you in my arms for the very first time. Your artwork sent chills down my spine and I knew right then and there at thirteen years old that I would never have the cojones to insert you into my Vcr and enjoy you the way I wanted to. I wouldn’t muster the courage to view you until four years later in 1991 when my best friend’s brother brought it home from the video rental department of the supermarket he managed. I felt guilty for doing so since my parents forbade slasher films in our house but there was that wonderful curiosity that I would carry in me since the first time I saw that box (and
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TVLine Items: Jason Lee Lands CBS Pilot, Disney Renews Two and More

TVLine Items: Jason Lee Lands CBS Pilot, Disney Renews Two and More
Jason Lee is looking to get back in the saddle.

The former My Name Is Earl star has nabbed the lead role in What Goes Around Comes Around, a single-camera comedy pilot at CBS.

RelatedPilot Season ’16: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them

The potential series follows two fortysomething parents — Kenny (Lee) and Robin — who were wild and reckless teenagers and now face their worst nightmare: raising three adolescents of their own. In addition to being a husband and father, Lee’s Kenny is the owner of a hip music management company.

Since headlining Earl,
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Watch: Will Arnett Untangles His Past In Trailer For Netflix Series 'Flaked'

Watch: Will Arnett Untangles His Past In Trailer For Netflix Series 'Flaked'
Post the original run of "Arrested Development," Will Arnett hasn't quite found his footing with live action fare. He was great in the short-lived NBC sitcom "Up All Night," and his voicework has landed him plum gigs in "Bojack Horseman" and "The Lego Movie," with his own "The Lego Batman Movie" in the works. But now he'll get to show a bit of range in the upcoming Netflix series "Flaked," which looks like it could be nice, minor key effort. Read More: The 25 Most Anticipated New TV Shows Of 2016 Written by Will Arnett and Mark Chappell ("The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret"), with Mitch Hurwitz ("Arrested Development") among the executive producers, the series follows Chip, who tries to rebuild in his life in Venice, California. Here's the official synopsis:  Set in the insular world of Venice, California, Flaked centers on Chip, a celebrated self-appointed "guru" who falls...

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Watch: Will Arnett Untangles His Past In Trailer For Netflix Series 'Flaked'

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Post the original run of "Arrested Development," Will Arnett hasn't quite found his footing with live action fare. He was great in the short-lived NBC sitcom "Up All Night," and his voicework has landed him plum gigs in "Bojack Horseman" and "The Lego Movie," with his own "The Lego Batman Movie" in the works. But now he'll get to show a bit of range in the upcoming Netflix series "Flaked," which looks like it could be nice, minor key effort. Read More: The 25 Most Anticipated New TV Shows Of 2016 Written by Will Arnett and Mark Chappell ("The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret"), with Mitch Hurwitz ("Arrested Development") among the executive producers, the series follows Chip, who tries to rebuild in his life in Venice, California. Here's the official synopsis:  Set in the insular world of Venice, California, Flaked centers on Chip, a celebrated self-appointed "guru" who falls...
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Indie Spotlight: ‘Does This Baby Make Me Look Fat?’ Chronicles One Woman’s Pregnancy Adventures

Stephanie Jackson isn’t your typical indie web series creator. The Los Angeles-based actress tends to book roles as a mom in shows like Chuck and Up All Night. So when Jackson and her husband Zach tried to become pregnant in real life, the actress decided to turn the difficult and crazy process into a web series called Does This Baby Make Me Look Fat?

Jackson chronicled her and Zach’s year-and-a-half-long fertility issues and “trying” stories in the first two candid but comical seasons of Does This Baby Make Me Look Fat? This content garnered Jackson two Silver Telly Awards and three IndieFest Awards. Now, in season three of the over-the-top autobiographical series, Jackson is pregnant, and over the next few months she’ll introduce viewers to all the joys and frustrations of pregnancy, like that initial panic when she realizes she's going to have a baby but still
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Rescue Me Vet Steven Pasquale Joins CBS Pilot Doubt in Latest Recast

Rescue Me Vet Steven Pasquale Joins CBS Pilot Doubt in Latest Recast
CBS no longer has any Doubt about who will be the male lead in its upcoming drama pilot.

The network has tapped Rescue Me alum Steven Pasquale to co-star in the potential series, replacing Teddy Sears (Masters of Sex, now on The Flash).

RelatedKatherine Heigl Cast in CBS Pilot Doubt, Replacing KaDee Strickland

From Grey’s Anatomy EPs Joan Rater and Tony Phelan, Doubt centers on Sadie Ellis (played by Katherine Heigl), a lawyer who becomes romantically involved with a client (Pasquale) who may or may not be guilty of a brutal crime.

The project did not get a
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The Grinder Enlists Christina Applegate to Play Rob Lowe's 'Old-Fashioned' Ex

The Grinder Enlists Christina Applegate to Play Rob Lowe's 'Old-Fashioned' Ex
Rob Lowe’s Grinder character is about to get a blast from the past, courtesy of Christina Applegate.

TVLine has learned that Applegate has signed on to guest star in Fox’s freshman comedy as an old high-school flame of Lowe’s alter ego Dean.

RelatedFall TV 2015: Your Handy Calendar of 120+ Season and Series Premiere Dates

Applegate’s Boise-bred Kelly Summers possesses an appealing, old-fashioned vibe which Dean finds very refreshing. She doesn’t even own a TV, calling herself “more of a book girl.”

The gig reunites Applegate with Lowe, her co-star in the 2003 flight attendant comedy View From the Top.
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