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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.
Best of 2014 (Behind the Scenes): Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer talk 'Broad City' music video, allergy attack
Broad City, a Comedy Central show created by Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, had a lot of memorable moments in its debut season. There was the time Ilana was a poop ninja, the time Abbi and Ilana almost had an accidental foursome, the time Abbi went on a too-long trip to retrieve a package. But two of the most memorable scenes didn’t include sex or poop, but instead focused on the two main characters.
One of these scenes is a music video where Abbi and Ilana celebrate cashing a big check, rap video style. Another is the time the two go out to a fancy dinner to celebrate Abbi’s birthday — only for Ilana to have an over-the-top allergic reaction to the shellfish. Both showcase just how ridiculous Jacobson and Glazer are willing to get — and just how funny they are.
Jacobson and Glazer talked to EW about the making of those scenes — what inspired them, where the costumes came from, and how Jacobson rejected a stunt person. READ FULL STORY
The end of The Colbert Report is upon us, and from the sounds of it, it’s going to have a bleak ending.
Comedy Central has announced the guest lineup for the show’s final week, leading up to the comedian’s final sign-off on Dec. 18.The Interview star Seth Rogen will stop by on Monday, followed by Kendrick Lamar on Tuesday and National Book Award recipient Phil Klay on Wednesday. His final guest? Colbert’s “colleague and lifelong friend” Grimmy, which we can only assume is a nickname for the Grim Reaper.
In a statement on Thursday, EW’s current cover star wrote, “Our last week of shows are going to be really special, just like every other week.”
Colbert is set to take over for David Letterman on The Late Show sometime next year. The newly renamed Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore will take the place of The Colbert Report beginning Monday, Jan. 19.
While Fox’s American remake of Broadchurch is wrapping up tonight, the British series is gearing up for the release of its second season. Now two trailers are out: one for its run in the U.K. on ITV, which begins Jan. 5, and one for when it hits BBC America Feb. 4. READ FULL STORY
Tonight, Bones can officially count itself among the select list of scripted dramas to reach its 200th episode. Being a milestone, “The 200th in the 10th” brings something out of the ordinary for the series: The episode stars its regular cast in their respective roles, but it’s set in 1950s Hollywood, employing an Alfred Hitchcock-esque style, and acting as a standalone for the series.
In August, we found out that MTV’s upcoming Scream series will star Willa Fitzgerald, Amy Forsyth, John Karna, Carlson Young, and Amadeus Serafini in major roles. And now, according to Bella Thorne, she too is going to join the show, if only temporarily. READ FULL STORY
It’s easy to be cynical about the Golden Globes. So easy that it feels cheap, dumb and soul-killing to snark about them. But here we go anyway! The awards, given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, have long been integrity-challenged; the tales are numerous, ridiculous, Google-able. This isn’t to say the honor is worthless. But I would say that if a past winner were in sudden need of a doorstop and could only choose from the many different trophies on their mantle to perform that function, they should pick the Golden Globe. Unless they also happen to have a People’s Choice Award.
The Golden Globes might be absolutely meaningless as measures of critical consensus and artistic achievement—but the award is, nonetheless, a cultural icon denoting quality, and so it has value as a marketing tool for Hollywood studios looking to get attention for films that deserve to be seen. If an ad touting Golden Globes nominations for Boyhood gets you off your butt and into a movie theater to see Boyhood (please, do this!), or to knock on my door to borrow my screener (don’t do this, please), well, then, good on you, Golden Globes! You are an ends-justify-the-means credit to society. The CIA envies your raisins. READ FULL STORY
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.
Jason Butler Harner has landed a recurring role on Scandal, EW has learned exclusively.
He got too comfortable. And when you get too comfortable on Survivor, you get voted out. That’s what happened to Jon Misch last night on San Juan del Sur, mostly because he never thought his close ally Missy would turn on him. He thought wrong. Jon called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) this morning to talk about how it all went amiss, and you can now hear the entire conversation on the InsideTV Podcast. Among the other topics up for discussion: What’s it like to have your lover’s quarrel play out on national television? What happened to the hidden immunity idol he didn’t play? And what surprised him most watching the season play back on TV. Jon answers all of that and more. Just click on the audio player below to listen in. (The ‘Survivor’ interview with Jon begins at 19:30.)
But first, we hang out with one of our faves: Aisha Tyler. The star of Archer, The Talk, and a million other things popped by to chat about whatever the hell she felt like chatting about. What did she feel like chatting about? Listen in and find out! READ FULL STORY
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