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ABC Has Canceled Manhattan Love Story

ABC’s Manhattan Love Story is no more: The network has canceled the little-seen romantic comedy, the first freshman casualty of the new fall season. Production on the 8:30 p.m. Tuesday show has halted, and no more episodes will air. A previously scheduled Halloween special will air in place of MLS … More »

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World Clown Association President Speaks Out Against Scary Clowns

The clown community has a bit of a PR problem right now. First there was a freaky-deaky clown harassing people in a small California town. Then American Horror Story: Freak Show returned and brought with it a nightmarish clown. Halloween season is always a metaphorical tiny car surprisingly full of literal scary clowns, and … More »

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3 Reasons Why TLC Ditched Here Comes Honey Boo Boo So Quickly

Well, that was quick: Barely 24 hours after TMZ published a photo of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo matriarch Mama June Shannon with a convicted child molester, TLC has decided it’s better to no longer redneckognize its spinoff of Toddlers and Tiaras. The network has shelved the upcoming third season … More »

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Neil Marshall on Directing Constantine and Figuring Out New Ways to Kill People on Game of Thrones

Violence dominates director Neil Marshall’s work, from his 2002 werewolf action film Dog Soldiers to his battle-centric Game of Thrones episode “Watchers on the Wall” from earlier this year, the latter of which earned Marshall an Emmy nomination. Marshall grew up in Northern England, reveling in hyper-violent horror films that were … More »

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The Vampire Diaries Recap: Bring Back the ’90s

I left you all last week with lots of questions, and after this week’s episode — well, as par for the course, I only have more of them — but at least we did get some answers. We know a bit more about Kai, that Alaric functions better on bourbon … More »

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Report: TLC Cancels Here Comes Honey Boo Boo

According to a report by TMZ, TLC has cancelled Here Comes Honey Boo Boo after learning that Boo Boo matriarch Mama June is dating a convicted child molester. TLC told TMZ: “Supporting the health and welfare of these remarkable children is our only priority. TLC is faithfully committed to the children’s … More »

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Parenthood Recap: Bravermans Drunk, Bravermans in Love

Take the Braverman wives — please! But seriously, folks: Aren’t wives just the worst? They’re always doing and saying the naggiest things.“Take your heart medication.” “Don’t drive because the doctor told you not to.” “Stop encouraging our son to aspire to have a healthy romantic relationship since no girl will ever … More »

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Gracepoint Recap: Sound and Fury, Signifying … Something?

Ahem-hem: I wish to tentatively announce that now is the time for Broadchurch fans to tune back in to Gracepoint. We’ve begun to venture off the beaten path in ways that forcefully — maybe even too forcefully — distinguish this series from its predecessor (more on that in a minute). … More »

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Scandal Season 4, Episode 5 Recap: Let’s Get Drunk

Everyone forced into an underground bunker is contractually obligated to talk about what it’s like to have sex with Olivia. Last night, it was Jake’s turn, and he decided that the best moment to bring up “being inside” (fuckin’ BARF) Olivia was when Fitz was roundhouse-punching him in his face.Did … More »

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How to Get Away With Murder Recap: Penis Pics and Prejudice

“Why is your penis on a dead girl’s phone?” That, of course, was the burning question at the end of last week’s How to Get Away With Murder. And this week — after a run-in with Nate in which he reveals that Annalise is, in fact, sleeping next to a … More »

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Why CBS and HBO May Have Ushered in TV’s Cord-Free Future

CBS, the storied network that’s been around since before the invention of television, may be moored in history and tradition — but it also has a strong history of blowing up tradition in order to move itself, and the TV industry, forward. That revolutionary ethos was on display once more … More »

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Inside Amazon’s Political Fun ‘House’

Free shipping and a TV show? It seemed crazy, but thanks to the success of the political comedy ‘Alpha House,’ Amazon is officially a player in the original series business.

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There Might Be an Archie Comics TV Show Called Riverdale

Archie Andrews is dead (sort of) in his long-running comic, but he may yet get one more chance to live, thanks to Fox. The network is developing a TV show called Riverdale that will follow the red-headed teen and his gang of squeaky-clean friends. Actually, take out the “squeaky-clean” part … More »

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Yes, Constantine Is a Show About a Man Who Fights Demons, But I Didn’t Believe a Second of It

I didn’t believe a second of NBC’s Constantine, adapted from DC Comics’ Hellblazer series. That might seem a strange complaint given that the story concerns an exorcist/demonologist (Matt Ryan) who travels the world, battling demons who’ve possessed innocent mortals while trying to right a tragic mistake. It’s must be a … More »

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James Corden’s Late Late Show to Debut in March

The new James Corden–hosted version of CBS’s The Late Late Show has a premiere date: The U.K. actor will make his debut as Craig Ferguson’s replacement on March 9, the Eye network just announced. With Ferguson stepping down December 19, Vulture hears CBS will fill most of the three-month gap between … More »

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Nashville Recap: Baby Boom

Last night’s Nashville will forever be called the “of course that happened” episode. Of course applesauce kid is Gunnar’s. Of course that homeless dude can sing like an angel. Of course the first time Will goes cruising for sex in the park, he gets jumped. Of course Zoey seizes the … More »

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Here’s Jessica Lange Singing Lana Del Rey on American Horror Story

Just as Ryan Murphy promised, last night’s episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show featured Jessica Lange singing a Lana Del Rey song. Does it matter which song? It’s “Gods & Monsters,” a bonus track from the deluxe edition of Born to Die, and they kept in the line about … More »

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What TV Shows Can Help Mend a Broken Heart? Your Pressing TV Questions, Answered

Welcome back to Stay Tuned, Vulture’s TV advice column. Each Wednesday, Margaret Lyons answers your questions about your various TV triumphs and woes. Need help? Have a theory? Want a recommendation? Submit a question! You can email staytuned@nymag.com, leave a comment, or tweet @margeincharge with the hashtag #staytuned. What’s a … More »

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Lena Dunham: Stop Asking Whether My Characters Are Likable

Why are bad guys on TV okay while “bad” girls are not? Last night at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, as part of Unbound: A Literary Series With BAM and Greenlight Bookstore, Lena Dunham briefly talked about how annoying it is to keep having to address the double standard. “We … More »

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Recap: Desperate Times

Picking up after last week’s enjoyable but frothy Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode, “A Hen in the Wolf House” wastes no time getting back to business. By the end of the episode, S.H.I.E.L.D. has brought two undercover agents back into the fold, and Hydra has formed an alliance with Skye’s father … More »

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