HBO is doling out the quickest of teases as viewers wait for Game of Thrones‘ fifth season, and a new clip offers a look at… well, it’s difficult to exactly say.
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TLC is about to talk about sex. The network has ordered six half-hour episodes of All About Sex, a late-night talk show hosted by a panel of four hosts—Margaret Cho, Heather McDonald, Marissa Jaret Winokur, and Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry. The show is produced by Relativity Television and Ellen Rakieten Entertainment for TLC.
The show will feature watercooler talk on the latest sex-related news, open conversations about sex, as well as a social media and viewer component, where the audience can chime in by asking questions via the #AllAboutSexTLC hashtag on Twitter.
The weekly series will air Saturdays starting on Jan. 10 at 11 p.m. ET, following the premiere of Sex Sent Me to the ER.
ABC Family has ordered a documentary show called My Transparent Life straight to series from Ryan Seacrest Productions, which will focus on a teenage boy as he deals with major changes to his home life.
Sons of Anarchy rode out on top: Tuesday’s seventh season and series finale was seen by 6.4 million viewers — an all-time record for the show, just barely edging out the seventh season premiere.
Among adults 18-49, the 113-minute episode had a big 3.3 rating. That nearly tied CBS’ top-rated annual presentation of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (somehow we suspect the SAMCRO guys would be amused by that).
EW’s coverage of the symbolism-soaked and divisive finale is legion: There’s Mandi Bierly’s recap, Dalton Ross’ take, an executive producer interview and a look at the season’s key moments. READ FULL STORY
Both Aaron Sorkin and a writer from The Newsroom have given their takes on the controversial campus rape plot from the show’s Dec. 7 episode, “Oh Shenandoah.” Now one of the stars of the show, Olivia Munn, has given her perspective while speaking with EW.
Appearing on EW Morning Live, Munn spoke about the reaction to the “Shenandoah” plot line, as well as her own take on the story.
While we all know Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings films are just movies, it seems Martin Freeman has brought a bit of Middle-earth’s magic to Studio 8H.
HBO looks to be prepping its standalone streaming service to launch just as viewers are ready to return to Westeros.
TruTV is shoring up its original programming slate, with a trio of renewals for its existing shows, as well as greenlighting two new shows that bring pool and Santa Claus to its lineup.
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