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After taking your suggestions under advisement and extending the cutoff date to March 31, because so many of you wanted to (dis)honor the passing of The Walking Dead s Andrea here are this year's nominees.
First baseman Mitch Moreland, who has appeared in every game to date this season, is out of the Texas Rangers' lineup for Wednesday's game against Oakland. Manager Ron Washington said Moreland appeared a little fatigued and could use a break.
ET 'The Office' ratings surge for series finale by James Hibberd Thursday night had eight broadcast season finales. But the one most people are talking about is NBC's The Office , even if only because the episode brought the comedy series to a close.
What started out as lyrics that roommates living in Malibu came up with in 1981 has been given new life through Creed Bratton's recently-released album, "Tell Me About It." Author and songwriter James Riordan, of Limestone, co-wrote the song "Pablo,"
Smash" star Megan Hilty told The Huffington Post that the series goes out on a high note, thanks to a big musical number. "It's me and Katharine McPhee and a bunch of dancers. Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman wrote it -- it's amazing," Hilty said at
After you've watched, submit your choice sound bite in the comments section of this post. Did someone say something hilarious on the season finales of How I Met Your Mother or 2 Broke Girls ? What about something from Revolution or the season finale
EDT May 13, 2013 What's worth watching, and what might not be, in prime time. CW, 8 ET/PT 90210 ends its second-life CW run with a two-hour finale that begins with the stars and producers, we're told, looking back "at the show's many unforgettable
Sandra Gonzalez Arrow's season finale has been touted by producers as a mini-movie, and the exclusive extended trailer below will show you why. In addition to the action we saw in the promo that aired last night after the penultimate episode, this
Yes, the fact that a show about the coveted 90210 zip code is coming to an end (again) is depressing. The fact that the title of the series finale is We All Fall Down is even more depressing. However, to ease your depression, you can watch the
The Office's" Creed Bratton Performs and Talks Series Finale! Posted: 05/06/2013 9:54 am Follow share this story When I was in my very early teens, I played with G.I...Instead of typical battles of good guys taking on bad guys in shoot outs, I'd pit