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There will be spoilers, be warned. This was another great episode. At the heart of this show, beside the obvious buddy cop aspect is Riggs's psyche. His evolution as a character is going to be a central focus point of the show. As viewers, it is almost clear as day for us, what motivates him, but within the story, it is i...

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10 hours ago In Saturday Night Live
'Saturday Night Live' Casts Alec Baldwin as Its New Donald Trump; Says Tina Fey Came Up With The Idea.
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/alec-baldwin-snl-new-donald-trump-933435

12:45 PM PDT 9/28/2016 by Seth Abramovitch
  • Trump himself hosted the show in November 2015, amid much controversy and calls for SNL to "#DumpTrump" over the candidate's perceived racial bias.

  • Executive producer Lorne Michaels made the decision to cast the 58-year-old Baldwin in the part of Trump over the summer. A close personal friend of Michaels' who also starred on the Michaels-produced NBC sitcom 30 Rock, Baldwin officially signed on earlier this week and taped a promo that debuted on social media on Wednesday.

    The arrangement is similar to the casting last season of Larry David to play Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders over multiple episodes — an idea that paid off in huge comic dividends with winning sketches like "Bern Your Enthusiasm," a send-up of David's long-running HBO hit.

  • Baldwin has deep ties to SNL, having guest-hosted a record-setting ...
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10 hours ago In Saturday Night Live
EMILY BLUNT TO MAKE SNL HOSTING DEBUT OCTOBER 15.
Emily Blunt will make her Saturday Night Live hosting debut next month, TVLine has learned exclusively. An NBC spokesperson declined to comment, but I’m hearing the actress will headline the Oct. 15 edition (which falls one week after the release of her new thriller, The Girl on the Train).

Margot Robbie will kick off Season 42 this Saturday, with The Weeknd serving as musical guest. And as reported earlier today, the Oct. 8 show will be fronted by Hamilton phenom Lin-Manuel Miranda.

SNL enters its new season down three cast members, including veterans Taran Killam and Jay Pharoah and one-and-done featured player Jon Rudnitsky.

To fill the void, EP Lorne Michaels has hired a trio of newbies: SNL writer Mikey Day, male improv performer Alex Moffat and Latina impressionist/actor Melissa ...Read more
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Get ready for Domination
20 hours ago In Arrow
Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and DC's Legends of Tomorrow Four-Way Crossover Has Its Big Bad
Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and DC's Legends of Tomorrow Four-Show Crossover Villain Is The Dominators
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Aftermath
This show premiered on Syfy, (Tuesday nights) and is worth a watch if you like apocalypse dramas with a touch of supernatural.
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Can Roman be trusted?
Yesterday In Blindspot
Blindspot: Jane Goes on a Family Bonding Trip

It's 2016 and the concept of "the procedural" still scares away many TV viewers. Even the word itself is a modern deplorable among those who consider themselves above the supposed simple pleasures of a show that examines a standalone, open-and-shut case each week. Yet, while most people would rightfully refer to Blindspot as a procedural, the show continues to be a great example of how you can do compelling, mostly character-based storytelling within the confines of that familiar framework.

This episode -- the spectacularly titled "Hero Fears Imminent Rot" -- definitely provided a case of the week, and an amusing one at that. Guys were detonating bombs in New York City and announcing them via pre-scheduled tweets! I know it was supposed to be very serious given that the bombings were done in the name of revenge over some deadly weapons tests, but c'mon: scheduled tweets! Patterson basically hacked Hootsuite ...

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Break out the Trash Juice!
Yesterday In Youre The Worst
FXX Renews You're the Worst for Season 4
You're the Worst Renewed for Season 4 at FXX
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The Best Of Our Childhoods
Great Big Reel 111: New to our channel, or don't have time to look through our back catalog? This video is part of a series of Great Big Reels we've put toge...
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He died suddenly on Wednesday
Yesterday In Ncis
NCIS Showrunner Gary Glasberg Dead at 50
Gary Glasberg, NCIS Showrunner, Dead at 50
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Yesterday In Fear The Walking Dead
Fear the Walking Dead - Date of Death - UK Review/Analysis
AMC’s ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ has aired it’s thirteenth episode of season two and we get the answers to that intriguing, unasked question of why it appears Travis is alone when he is looking at the neon lights of the hotel. We also see what happens when you broadcast your hotel across twenty or so square miles of desperate people trying to get away from a zombie apocalypse!

Anyway. We get a break from the Colonia this week, although with a double feature finale next week we’ll see plenty of action from both sites and maybe a catch up on Ofelia’s mission. But, I’m getting ahead of myself so, first – the spoiler warning:

If you haven’t seen the episode yet, or don’t want to know what happens, don’t read on as this analysis contains spoilers. So, without further ado let’s try ...Read more