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Nightcrawler stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Lou Bloom, a driven young man who discovers the high-speed world of L.A. crime journalism. After finding a group of freelance camera crews to help him film crashes, fires, murder and other mayhem, Lou becomes immersed with the world of nightcrawling -- where each police siren can be converted into dollars and cents. Rene Russo, Bill Paxton and Ann Cusack also star. Rated R

In honor of the film's 10th anniversary, Saw returns to theaters for one-week only. Released in 2004, the horror flick tells the story of a young man named Adam who wakes to find himself chained to a rusty pipe inside a decrepit subterranean chamber and must piece together a disturbing puzzle to find out whose behind his imprisonment. The film also stars Danny Glover and Monica Potter. Rated R

Based on the worldwide best-selling novel by S.J. Watson, Before I Go to Sleep stars Nicole Kidman as a woman who wakes up every day with no memory as the result of a traumatic accident in her past -- until terrifying new truths begin to emerge that make her question everything and everyone she thinks she knows. Colin Firth stars as Kidman's husband Ben. Rated R



Shark Tank on ABC (Exercise clothing that provides hyper-gravity weight training; beard oils and mustache waxes; a karaoke machine that helps users sound like their favorite stars; simple belts for kids)

America's Next Top Model on The CW (A recap of the competition so far)

The Amazing Race on CBS (The contestants encounter a frightening road block when they are suspended above the Atlas mountains)

Grimm on NBC (Nick wonders if he should regain his abilities; Trubel is jeopardized after helping with an investigation; a mysterious visitor helps Renard)

Constantine on NBC (John tries to protect residents of a small mining community who are being threatened by a Welsh spirit; a mysterious young woman becomes John's new ally)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Actor Kal Penn; actress Eva Longoria; Gen. Wesley Clark; journalist Rula Jebreal; Sen. Angus King (Ind-Maine)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Halloween special: Divas Costume Battle Royal. Plus, Dean Ambrose in a Trick or Street Fight)


David Letterman: Brian Regan, Run the Jewels

Jimmy Fallon: Kevin Spacey, Olivia Munn, Kenny & Keith Lucas

Jimmy Kimmel: Andy Samberg, Rosie Perez, the Flaming Lips

Craig Ferguson: Ted Danson, Alingon Mitra

Seth Meyers: Rachel Maddow, Matt Ryan, Wyatt Cenac (R 10/16/14)

Carson Daly: J.K. Simmons, Best Coast, Willis Earl Beal (R 10/3/14)

Saturday November 1

Primetime College Football on CBS (College Football Navy vs. Notre Dame)

Primetime College Football on FOX (Stanford at Oregon)

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Chris Rock; Prince performs)

The Graham Norton Show on BBCA (Actor Benedict Cumberbatch; actor Timothy Spall; actress Miranda Hart; Maroon 5 performs)

HBO New Movie of the Week: Winter's Tale ... Starring Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, William Hurt. A thief battles the forces of time and darkness to save his one true love, a young woman dying of consumption in a mythic New York. Based on the novel by Mark Helprin.

Sunday November 2

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (While Morgan, Finlay and Sidle seek relaxation at a forensics conference, a mass shooting takes place on site)

Sunday Night Football on NBC (Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers)

The Simpsons on Fox (Lisa gets a surprise when the assemblywoman she brings in to stop Mr. Burns' fracking operation turns out to be attracted to him)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Holt and Jake need to root out a mole in the precinct before Deputy Chief Wuntch hears about it; Terry and Rosa go to a silent disco while searching for new leads for their drug task force)

The Walking Dead on AMC (Another group of survivors is introduced, and although things appear safe and nice, there is a bit of a dark side)

The Britannia Awards 2014 on BBCA (Honorees include Robert Downey, Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Emma Watson, Mike Leigh and Dame Judi Dench; from Los Angeles)

Kourtney & Khloé Take the Hamptons on E! (Kourtney, Khloé, and Scott have arrived in the Hamptons; Scott has anxiety about being in his late parents hometown; Khloé sets off on a romantic getaway to South Africa with her new boyfriend)

Skyscraper Live With Nik Wallenda on Discovery (Tightrope walker Nik Wallenda will attempt to tightrope walk across the Chicago skyline.)

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Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star "Mama June" Shannon has addressed reports that she is putting her children in danger by rekindling her relationship with her ex-boyfriend and convicted child molester Mark McDaniel. "The protection of my kids is my number one priority," she told E! News on Wednesday. When pressed for a better explanation about the situation, Shannon responded, "I don't want to say anything about anything." She then added, "The whole truth will come out on my side."

Jim Carrey tells Howard Stern that Tommy Lee Jones was mean to him during the filming of ''Batman Forever''. "I was really looking forward to working with Tommy because he was a fantastic actor, and he still is. I love him. I mean, he's amazing. But he was a little crusty…I think he was just a little freaked out because Dumb and Dumber had come out on the same weekend as Cobb, and Cobb was his big swing for the fences--pardon the pun. And that didn't work out, and it freaked him out. I think it made him--I walked into a restaurant the night before our big scene in the Riddler's lair and the maître d said, 'You're working with Tommy Lee Jones, aren't you?' I said, 'I am.' He said, 'He's in the back corner.' I said, 'Oh, great. I'll go say hello.' And I went up to say hi and the blood drained from his face in such a way that I realized that I had become the face of his pain or something. And he got kind of shaking and hugged me and said, 'I hate you. I really don't like you.' And I was like, 'Wow, okay, what's going on, man?' And he said, 'I cannot sanction your buffoonery.'"

Ellen DeGeneres is known for pulling pranks on celebrities who visit her talk show, and with Halloween approaching, she managed to scare the pants off Jake Gyllenhaal (not literally, unfortunately) on yesterday's show. After Ellen asked him why he often does dark movies, Jake replied, "I have this belief that if you kinda go into the dark sometimes, it can be illuminating. I like those characters 'cause they're kind of fun to play, but I also think there's an opportunity for..." At that moment, a man in a creepy doll costume jumped out of the end table positioned between Ellen and Jake, which caused him to yell, "Oh my God! What the f**k?!"

Taylor Swift is taking her new role as the Global Welcome Ambassador for New York City very seriously. The pop star announced during her appearance on The View Wednesday that she'll be donating all proceeds from her song "Welcome to New York" to public schools in the Big Apple. "The fans were wonderful enough to make it #1 on iTunes and it's selling really really well," she noted. "Which is good because I'm donating all of my proceeds to New York City public schools." The singer, who happened to appear on the show on National Cat Day, also opened up about her cats Meredith and Olivia. "The first one, Meredith, started out as a very friendly kitten," Swift revealed. "And then she became kind of an Internet celebrity and she changed a little."


It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown on ABC (Linus waits in the pumpkin patch for the elusive Halloween symbol to appear; a bonus cartoon, ``You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown,'' features Linus in a run for class president)

Scandal on ABC (An assassin who claims he was wrongly accused wants Olivia's help; Mellie is intrigued by a former first lady; Fitz makes a stunning move)

The Big Bang Theory on CBS (The guys try to help when Penny is faced with an awkward dilemma at work; Bernadette and Amy discuss sexuality and female scientists)

Two and a Half Men on CBS (After a health scare on Halloween, Walden decides he needs to change his life -- but needs Alan's help to do it)

The Biggest Loser on NBC (The challenge winners determine punishments for the other two teams, including a weekend in Las Vegas full of temptation, and being tasked with undesirable chores)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Elena invites Liam to a party at the corn maze; Stefan shows up asking Caroline for help with a mess created by Enzo; Tyler winds up in a dangerous position)

American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards 2014 on Hallmark (The awards honor canine finalists for their remarkable devotion, bravery and companionship and celebrates the powerful relationship between dogs and people)

Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime (Fourteen designers return for the season; the designers create collections inspired by New York's uptown or downtown scene)

Thursday Night Night Football on NFL Net (New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers)


David Letterman: Brian Williams, Perfume Genius

Jimmy Fallon: Gordon Ramsay, Little Big Town

Jimmy Kimmel: Scott Foley, Smokey Robinson featuring Aloe Blacc and JC Chasez

Craig Ferguson: Cedric the Entertainer, Jayma Mays

Seth Meyers: Zooey Deschanel, Ken Marino, Brad Meltzer

Daily Show: Spoon

Colbert Report: David Miliband

Conan O'Brien: Jake Gyllenhaal, Judy Greer, the War on Drugs

Watch What Happens Live: Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Emma Roberts, Sarah Paulson

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SumoCoupon has compiled an awesome map that reveals what the most Googled costume in every state is this year. Not surprisingly, movie characters and mythical creatures are popular across the nation. But for some inexplicable reason, bananas are a hit in not one, but three states. Here are 10 costumes that are currently trending (for the full list, check out the map):
  • Black Widow -- Texas, Missouri, Wisconsin, North Carolina
  • Katniss Everdeen -- Michigan, Ohio, Georgia, Massachusetts
  • Zombie -- Oregon, Kentucky, New Mexico
  • Banana -- Connecticut, Minnesota, Maryland
  • Pirate -- Maine, Alaska, South Dakota
  • Alice in Wonderland -- California
  • Anna from Frozen -- Virginia
  • Captain America -- Utah
  • Medusa -- Colorado
  • Slenderman -- Pennsylvania

Well, that was quick. E! News is reporting that Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin have split after just four months of dating. What went wrong? According to the Daily Mail, J-Law was tired of feeling like she was playing second fiddle. "Jen got tired of watching Chris play happy families with Gwyn and was annoyed that he was trying to keep her hidden away," a source dishes. Just last week, the Coldplay frontman and his estranged wife Gwyneth Paltrow were spotted looking cozy during dinner at a sushi restaurant in L.A. That same night, J-Law was seen wearing a somber expression and having dinner with a friend. Girl -- you can do so much better.

Prince will be making history when he appears as the musical guest on this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live. According to reports by Rolling Stone, the musician will be switching up the standard two-song format for musical guests by performing an eight-minute-long jam session instead. While it's unclear what Prince will perform, he is making the appearance in support of his two new albums Art Official Age and PlectrumElectrum. This weekend's SNL gig is Prince's third time performing on the long-running sketch series. He last played 3121's "Fury" and "Beautiful, Loved and Blessed" in 2006.

It's official: Demi Lovato is releasing a new album in 2015. "She's finishing up right now on the last leg of her touring for this year, and we finish it up with a couple of radio shows," Lovato's manager Phil McIntyre told Billboard last week. "Then the plan is for her to go back into the studio and start the next creative process. She's already done some songs, but certainly the majority of it will kick off next year." Lovato's last album, 2013's Demi, spawned the hit singles "Heart Attack," "Really Don't Care" featuring Cher Lloyd and "Neon Lights." The performer has spent the better part of the last year touring in support of the album.

Child of God, The Prince, Deliver Us From Evil, Life of Crime, Wish I Was Here, Begin Again, Plastic, Behaving Badly and Good People are all out on DVD today


The Great Halloween Fright Fight on ABC (Families compete for a $50,000 prize by transforming their homes with elaborate Halloween displays and over-the-top designs; Michael Moloney and Sabrina Soto judge the competition)

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (While impersonating S.H.I.E.L.D., Hydra orchestrates a devastating attack on the United Nations; an unexpected enemy leads the charge against the framed team members)

NCIS on CBS (The team examines multiple motives when a therapist married to a Navy commander is murdered; the team talks about Tony's dating habits, and Halloween costumes)

The Voice on NBC (The knockout rounds with special adviser Taylor Swift)

Chicago Fire on NBC (Casey helps his sister and faces down his corrupt brother-in-law; Brett goes out of her way to assist a mother in need; Mills learns about unlicensed private investigation; Dawson starts training with Herrmann)

2014 World Series on Fox (With a 3-2 series lead the Giants look to clinch their third championship within the last five years as the Royals return home to Kansas City to try to stave off elimination in Game 6 of the 2014 World Series)

The Flash on The CW (A villain named Leonard Snart (Wentworth Miller) gets his hands on a ``cold'' gun -- which could kill Barry; Joe gives Iris the silent treatment)

Sons of Anarchy on FX (The club focuses on flushing out an internal rat with the search for a missing member at a standstill)

Prison Wives Club on Lifetime (PREMIERE ... Feeling lonely and frustrated, young wives of inmates bond with the hopes of finding some fun in their lives)

19 Kids and Counting on TLC (Hundreds of volunteers help to ensure Jill and Derick's wedding goes off without a hitch, from decorating to finishing the cake)


David Letterman: Taylor Swift, Tom Mison

Jimmy Fallon: Daniel Radcliffe, Mike Tyson, Sturgill Simpson

Jimmy Kimmel: Nicole Kidman, Dylan McDermott, Blood Orange

Craig Ferguson: Quentin Tarantino, Ross Mathews

Seth Meyers: Amy Poehler, George R.R. Martin, Captain Sensible

Daily Show: Rep. Joaquin Castro

Colbert Report: Michael Lewis

Conan O'Brien: Ashton Kutcher, Krysten Ritter, Beck

Watch What Happens Live: Rene Russo, Joey McIntyre

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Following allegations that Mama June is dating an ex-con who molested her underage relative, the Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star's own daughter is speaking out. Anna Shannon Cardwell, 20, told RadarOnline that she was the victim of pedophile Mark McDaniel when she was only 8-years-old. She added that she feels betrayed and is likely to cut ties with her mother. "I believe she is seeing him and hanging around him. I'm hurt," she said. "I think me and Mama's relationship may well be over." Mama June has continued to deny that she is dating McDaniel, but TMZ posted photos over the weekend that show McDaniel spending time with her and her 8-year-old Honey Boo Boo.

J.K. Rowling announced on her Pottermore website Friday that she's penned a brand new Harry Potter story that will go live on the site on October 31. The story will feature witch and former Hogwarts professor Dolores Umbridge. "Umbridge is not only one of the most malicious Potter characters, she is the only person other than Lord Voldemort to leave a permanent or physical scar on Harry," Rowling wrote. Umbridge first appeared in the fifth Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, which came out in 2003. She was played in the Potter movies by Imelda Staunton. The 1,700-word story will be available to read for free.

The new releases get off to an early start this week with the debut of four major albums today. First off, Taylor Swift premieres her debut pop album 1989, which includes hits "Shake It Off," "Out of the Woods" and "Welcome to New York." Meanwhile, the now-defunct pop group Danity Kane releases DK3, their third and last album. And country crooner Darius Rucker drops Home for the Holidays, his first Christmas-themed album. Yusuf Islam, the artist formerly known as Cat Stevens, also premieres his 14th studio album Tell 'Em I'm Gone. On Tuesday, legendary rocker Jerry Lee Lewis releases Rock & Roll Time. His third album in a decade, the collection will feature appearances by artists including the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards and Ron Wood, Neil Young and E Street Band guitarist Nils Lofgren.


Dancing With the Stars on ABC (The couples perform Halloween-themed routines; Ella Henderson and Nikki Yanofsky perform; elimination)

2 Broke Girls on CBS (A TV producer asks Caroline and Max about shooting an episode of the Kardashians' reality show at the cupcake window)

The Voice on NBC (Key adviser Taylor Swift works with the coaches and their teams as they prepare for the knockouts rounds)

Gotham on Fox (Bullock is faced with traumatic memories of a similar case from the past when a killer targets the first-born of the city's elite)

Mike Tyson Mysteries on Cartoon Newtork (PREMIERE ... Cormac McCarthy seeks Tyson's help in finding an ending for his latest novel)

South Park on Comedy Central (The Goth Kids celebrate Halloween)

Monday Night Football on ESPN (Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys)

Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern on Travel (PREMIERE ... Stewed pig knuckles; worms and ant eggs; fish egg tamales)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Hell in a Cell PPV results. Plus, a special appearance by the legendary Hulk Hogan)


David Letterman: Amy Poehler, Sen. Jeff Flake, Sen. Martin Heinrich, Mastodon, Jerry Lee Lewis

Jimmy Fallon: Ewan McGregor, Charles Barkley, Wilco, Herbie Hancock

Jimmy Kimmel: Melissa McCarthy, Frank Grillo, Billy Idol

Craig Ferguson: Ray Romano, Tessa Thompson

Seth Meyers: Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Mark Consuelos, T.I.

Daily Show: Wendy Davis

Colbert Report: Meredith Vieira

Conan O'Brien: Blake Griffin, Max Greenfield, Bear Hands

Watch What Happens Live: Andrea Martin, Nathan Lane

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Directed by Stiles White, Ouija is a supernatural thriller that follows a group of friends as they confront their most terrifying fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board. Rated PG-13

Based on the amazingly true story of Travis Freeman, 23 Blast tells the story of a local hero on and off the football field who unexpectedly lost his sight after being stricken with an infection in 1997. Under the influence of parents who love him, a physical therapist who challenges him, a coach who inspires him, and a best friend who he cannot bear to leave behind, Travis shows what true bravery is by competing on the gridiron and helping his team advance to the State playoffs. Rated PG-13


Shark Tank on ABC (Sampling oils at an olive oil bar; unique wedding registry idea; a product turns a smartphone into a personal security device; boxed wine geared toward millennials; TV host Jimmy Kimmel makes a pitch; a follow-up on Breathometer)

The Amazing Race on CBS (As a double U-turn looms, contestants suspect each other of playing dirty -- causing emotions to run high)

Grimm on NBC (PREMIERE ... Nick must face a new reality following the events at Rosalee and Monroe's wedding; Wu makes discoveries that remind him of his traumatic encounter; a new threat comes to Portland)

2014 World Series on Fox (Kansas City Royals at San Francisco Giants)

America's Next Top Model on The CW (An eliminated model returns to the competition; the models must keep their composure during a challenge at a former slaughterhouse with a dark history; a fashion shoot with a focus on HIV and AIDS awareness)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Journalist James Risen; climate activist Chloe Maxmin; journalist John Avlon; political consultant Mary Matalin; educator Cornel West)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Countdown to Hell in a Cell. Plus, Dean Ambrose confronts Seth Rollins)

Kendra on Top on WE (Kendra learns Hank told Kyle the truth about his alleged affair; Kendra explodes, threatens divorce and kicks Hank out of the house; someone is sent to Urgent Care. Kendra is determined to learn why Hank won't confess the truth about his alleged affair; Kendra discovers her role in Hank's silence.)


David Letterman: Jerry Seinfeld, a performance from Cirque du Soleil's "Michael Jackson One" (R 9/25/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Claire Danes, Mo'ne Davis, Fences featuring Macklemore (R 9/5/14)

Craig Ferguson: Tenacious D

Seth Meyers: Sarah Silverman, John Mulaney (R 10/2/14)

Tavis Smiley: Annie Lennox, Part 2

Saturday October 25

Saturday Night College Football on ABC (Ohio State at Penn State)

2014 World Series on Fox (Kansas City Royals at San Francisco Giants)

The Graham Norton Show on BBCA (Actor Robert Duvall; actor Robert Downey, Jr.; actor Stephen Fry; U2 performs)

HBO New Movie of the Week: Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters .... To find the magic Golden Fleece and save Camp Half-Blood, demigod Percy and his friends undertake a dangerous odyssey into the area known to humans as the Bermuda Triangle. Based on a book by Rick Riordan.

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Jim Carrey; Iggy Azalea performs)

Sunday October 26

Madam Secretary on CBS (Elizabeth asks the president for help with a dire situation in Western Africa but ends up being faced with unexpected consequences)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (While Morgan, Finlay and Sidle seek relaxation at a forensics conference, a mass shooting takes place on site)

Sunday Night Football on NBC (Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints)

2014 World Series on Fox (Kansas City Royals at San Francisco Giants)

The Walking Dead on AMC (Rick and the others find themselves pitted against a group of nasty people, but may have a plan to gain the upper hand)

Total Divas on E! (Brie goes behind John's back and confronts Nikki leading to explosive consequences; the truth about Nattie's marriage is revealed to the Divas)

Boardwalk Empire on HBO (FINALE ... Nucky plans to relocate to Manhattan; Margaret impresses Nucky and a grain company stockholder; Luciano tends to unfinished business; William shares underworld details with his boss; Nucky visits Gillian; in 1897, Nucky copes with a family crisis.)

Homeland on Showtime (Carrie tries to earn a frightened asset's trust; Saul spots a familiar face on his way out of town; Quinn and Fara stake out a new suspect)

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Where's Lamar Odom? That's what his estranged wife Khloe Kardashian is wondering more than 10 months after she first filed divorce papers to legally split from the former NBA star. "Khloe can't even get in touch with him right now," a source tells Us Weekly. "He refuses to sign the divorce papers." A second source claims that's partially because Lamar is still hoping to reconcile with Khloe, even as he keeps a low profile. Over the summer, he was dropped from the New York Knicks roster for failing to "uphold the standards to return as an NBA player."

Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" has topped the Billboard Hot 100 for the seventh consecutive week, tying a record previously set Michael Jackson. Trainor's seven-week reign has only been reached twice before, when Jackson's 1983 hit "Billie Jean" held the spot for the same amount of time -- and when Jackson did it again with his 1991 song "Black or White." Trainor's hit also ties Iggy Azalea's "Fancy," featuring Charli XCX, for the longest Hot 100 rule by a woman this year, and is the second-longest running song to land at #1 spot behind Pharrell's "Happy," which held the top spot for a total of 10 weeks this year. This week also marked the seventh week in a row that the top five was ruled by all women.

JLo is negotiating a $26 million deal to do a concert residency at Planet Hollywood in Vegas. She would earn $350,000 a show. Britney Spears' new Vegas residency deal calls for her to receive $475,000 a show


Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Arizona and Callie examine the problems that continue to impact their marriage; Richard turns to Bailey for advice)

Scandal on ABC (Jake stops returning Olivia's calls, distracting her from the investigation into Catherine's case; Cyrus becomes more involved with Michael; Fitz wants answers about Jerry's death)

Thursday Night Football on CBS (San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos)

The Biggest Loser on NBC (Contestants must hold a weighted pulley to keep their trainers from falling in a pool -- then losing the trainer for a week)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Damon must re-experience one of the worst days of his life; Alaric tries to help Jeremy get his life in order; Stefan shows Elena what it is like to start over with a new identity)

Project Runway on Lifetime (The finalists prepare to present their collections at New York Fashion Week; the winner is chosen)


David Letterman: Denzel Washington, Lenny Kravitz (R 9/23/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Derek Jeter, James Marsden, 5 Seconds of Summer (R 10/2/14)

Jimmy Kimmel: Taylor Swift, Alfred Enoch

Craig Ferguson: Shailene Woodley, Jack McGee

Seth Meyers: Nathan Lane, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Garry Marshall (R 9/30/14)

Carson Daly: Jerrod Carmichael, the So So Glos, Direct Hit! (R 10/1/14)

Tavis Smiley: Annie Lennox, Part 1

Daily Show: Leon Panetta (R 10/8/14)

Colbert Report: Bill Cosby (R 9/24/14)

At Midnight: Kyle Kinane, Hari Kondabolu, Doug Benson (R 9/29/14)

Conan O'Brien: Neil Patrick Harris, Damian Lillard, Kiesza

Watch What Happens Live: Alan Cumming, Victor Garber

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Following her appearance at the 21st annual Elle Women in Hollywood Awards on Monday night where she looked unrecognizable, Renee Zellweger has spoken out about her new look. "I'm glad folks think I look different!" the actress told People. "I'm living a different, happy, more fulfilling life, and I'm thrilled that perhaps it shows." The 45-year-old went on to call the interest in her appearance "silly" and continued, "My friends say that I look peaceful. I am healthy. For a long time I wasn't doing such a good job with that." Apparently unaware that she looks as though she's had an entire head transplant, Zellweger reiterated, "Perhaps I look different. Who doesn't as they get older?!"

Despite announcing that last year's installment of Barbara Walters' 10 Most Fascinating People would be the final one, ABC has decided to bring it back for one more year. And Walters has teased the two-hour special by announcing four of the names that have made the cut for 2014: Oprah Winfrey, Neil Patrick Harris, Chelsea Handler, and Scarlett Johansson. (Yes, seriously.) The show, which has aired annually since 1993, focuses on the most talked-about personalities in pop culture. Barbara Walters' 10 Most Fascinating People will air this Sunday, December 14 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.


Modern Family on ABC (Phil and Claire panic when an obnoxious couple looks at the house for sale next door; Jay learns Manny's girlfriend is the granddaughter of a business rival -- after forbidding Manny to see her; Cam and Mitch are scared of Lily's teacher (Tyne Daly)

blackish on ABC (Rainbow and Dre agree they will no longer spank their children, but when Jack disobeys, the kids wonder if their parents will go back on their word)

Nashville on ABC (Juliette has concerns before filming a sex scene with Noah West (Derek Hough); Rayna realizes her heightened level of fame is making Maddie miserable and leaving Daphne feeling entitled; Will makes careless mistakes)

Survivor on CBS

Chicago PD on NBC (Voight is attacked and abducted while trying to help Olive; Roman and Burgess search for a girl who has taken off with a police badge)

2014 World Series on Fox

American Horror Story: Freak Show on FX (The freaks refuse to perform on Halloween due to an old carny superstition; Jimmy is smitten by a woman claiming to be a fortuneteller; Ethel receives life-changing news)

Extreme Cheapskates on TLC (A woman scours obituaries and visits surviving family members hoping to take the deceased person's clothing; a man introduces his wife to his family of cheapskates)


David Letterman: Jason Bateman, Billy Eichner, Ryan Adams (R 9/11/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Liam Neeson, Terry Gilliam, Tim McGraw (R 9/17/14)

Jimmy Kimmel: Keanu Reeves, Mike Epps, Milky Chance

Craig Ferguson: Jason Schwartzman, Jacqueline Toboni

Seth Meyers: Craig Ferguson, Octavia Spencer, James Ellroy (R 9/16/14)

Daily Show: Ben Steele (R 10/2/14)

Colbert Report: Jeffrey Tambor (R 9/30/14)

Conan O'Brien: Kat Dennings, Wyatt Cenac, Tenacious D

Watch What Happens Live: Tom Bergeron, Jenny McCarthy

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Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta has died. He was 82. The Dominican Republic-born designer first made a name for himself in the '60s when he dressed Jackie Kennedy. He went on to form his own New York fashion house and his gowns became a staple on the red carpet, favored by A-list celebrities including Sarah Jessica Parker, Nicole Kidman and Oprah Winfrey. He most recently designed Amal Clooney's wedding dress. The cause of de la Renta's death has not been revealed, but he has battled cancer in the past. The New York Times described his health as "precarious" earlier this month. Del la Renta is survived by his second wife, philanthropist Annette Reed.

Jimmy Fallon is getting ready to write his second children's book. People reports that the Tonight Show host is penning a story called Your Baby's First Word Will Be Dada. Inspired by Fallon's own failed attempts to get his daughter Winnie Rose to say "dada" as her first word, the book will tell the story of a dad who tries to convince his daughter to say "dada" while on an adventure that finds them encountering a variety of fun animals. This is the second board book for Fallon, who released a book called Snowball Fight in 2005. Your Baby's First Word Will Be Dada is scheduled to go on sale on June 9.

It looks like the 2014 Country Music Awards are about to get a little more pop-friendly. Rolling Stone Country reports that Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor have been added as performers at this year's show. Grande will sing with the reigning CMA Vocal Group of the Year Little Big Town. Meanwhile, "All About That Bass" singer Trainor will duet with this year's leading CMA nominee Miranda Lambert. Previously-announced performers on the November 5th show include Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, and Kenny Chesney. The 48th Annual CMA Awards will air live from Nashville on November 5th at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Fans of American Horror Story, rejoice: Ryan Murphy is creating another comedy-horror series. FOX has ordered an anthology called Scream Queens -- similar in style to Murphy's AHS on sister network FX -- to premiere in the fall of 2015. The first 15-episode season will revolve around a series of murders on a college campus. "We hope to create a whole new genre -- comedy-horror -- and the idea is for every season to revolve around two female leads," Murphy said in a statement. "We've already begun a nationwide search for those women, as well as 10 other supporting roles." No casting has yet to be announced.

Step Up: All In, The Fluffy Movie, Wrong Turn 6, The Scribbler, Life After Beth, Sex Tape, The Purge: Anarchy, Earth to Echo and Snowpiercer are all out on DVD today


Selfie on ABC (When Henry challenges Eliza to do something helpful, she offers to babysit Charmonique's young son, who ends up having a lot to teach her about fun)

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (Coulson and the team are confronted with Hydra's security chief -- the beautiful, deadly Bobbi Morse (Adrianne Palicki); Skye's father wants to see his daughter and forces Raina to arrange it)

NCIS on CBS (A deceased man is spotted overboard during a Coast Guard and NCIS training exercise at sea; Gibbs winds up on a vessel commandeered by pirates)

The Voice on NBC (Artists Stevie Nicks, Little Big Town, Alicia Keys and Gavin Rossdale assist as the battle rounds continue)

Chicago Fire on NBC (Casey deals with the fallout from his sister's divorce; Dawson and Mills settle into their new roles at the station; Brett can't decide what she wants to do; the Molly's crew struggles to get the food truck started)

2014 World Series on Fox (Game One ... Giants at Royals)

The Flash on The CW (Barry and the team track The Mist -- a dangerous new meta-human with toxic gas powers; Joe decides to visit Henry in jail; Eddie and Iris continue to conceal their relationship)

Sons of Anarchy on FX (Samcro makes an unlikely partnership in order to undermine a powerful club enemy)

True Tori on Lifetime (PREMIERE ... Tori attempts to move on from a devastating chapter in her life; Tori focuses on healing herself and dealing with the issues that have plagued her for years)

19 Kids and Counting on TLC (At Jill's bridal shower, she spends time with the mothers and children she has met through her work as a midwife)


David Letterman: Mark Harmon, Jack Hanna (R 9/22/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Barbra Streisand (R 9/15/14)

Jimmy Kimmel: Bill Murray, Jack Black, Kyle Gass

Craig Ferguson: Pierce Brosnan, Krysten Ritter

Seth Meyers: Bill Hader, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Walk the Moon (R 9/15/14)

Daily Show: Steven Johnson (R 9/25/14)

Colbert Report: Terry Gilliam (R 9/18/14)

Conan O'Brien: Dana Carvey, Cristin Milioti, Gary Gulman

Watch What Happens Live: Ty Burrell, John Leguizamo

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People magazine is reporting that Bruce Jenner has officially moved on. After filing for divorce from Kris Jenner, his wife of 22 years, the former Olympian is dating her BFF Ronda Kamihira. "Kris is devastated," an insider dishes. "This was her former assistant and best friend of 20 years." People's insider adds that adding to the awkwardness is that the couple's daughters, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, grew up around Kamihira's two children. Understandably, Kris "is just shocked" following the news.

Bradley Cooper appeared on Friday night's episode of the Tonight Show, where he went against host Jimmy Fallon in an intense game of "Egg Russian Roulette." The two took turns choosing eggs and cracking them on their own faces -- without knowing whether the eggs were hard-boiled or just raw. The two ended up giggling hysterically during the ordeal, with neither winning since both of their last eggs ended up being raw.

U2 frontman Bono has finally revealed that he wears dark sunglasses at all times because of a longtime battle with glaucoma. The singer shared the information during a recent interview on The Graham Norton Show, during which the host asked about his fashion statement. "This is a good place to explain to people that I've had glaucoma for the last 20 years," Bono said. "I have good treatments and I am going to be fine." A build-up of pressure in the eyeball, glaucoma can damage the optic nerve and lead to blindness if not treated.

Trump vs Brand: Donald Trump and Russell Brand are engaged in a Twitter feud.

Trump Tweeted: I watched Russell Brand @rustyrockets on the @jimmyfallon show the other night�what the hell do people see in Russell�a major loser! .@katyperry must have been drunk when she married Russell Brand @rustyrockets � but he did send me a really nice letter of apology!

Brand Tweeted: .@realDonaldTrump are you drunk when you write these tweets? Or does that foam you spray on your bald head make you high? .@realDonaldTrump I don't think your daddy left you any witty ripostes, and everything you have you inherited.

Trump Tweeted: .@katyperry Katy, what the hell were you thinking when you married loser Russell Brand. There is a guy who has got nothing going, a waste! .@katyperry I watched Russell Brand and I think his mind is fried - he looks really bad. Russell is a total joke, a dummy who is lost!


Dancing With the Stars on ABC

The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Raj and Sheldon try to simulate a dark-matter research expedition; after a fight about money, Penny and Leonard turn to Bernadette and Wolowitz for advice)

The Millers on CBS (PREMIERE ... Nathan and Debbie try to help Carol find a new apartment -- as far away from them as possible; Carol makes a new friend named Kip Finkle)

NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (A desperate search begins when the team learns that one of their own is being targeted; Nate Getz tries to help Nell recover from her traumatic experience)

The Voice on NBC (Artists Stevie Nicks, Little Big Town, Alicia Keys and Gavin Rossdale continue to assist as the battle rounds continue)

Gotham on Fox (Gordon and Bullock seek out the source of a new street drug that is killing users; Cobblepot gets deeper into Maroni's inner circle; Fish Mooney continues to plot against Falcone)

Monday Night Football on ESPN (Houston Texans at Pittsburgh Steelers)


David Letterman: Robert Downey Jr., Sarah Paulson, Lizzo (R 10/7/14)

Jimmy Fallon: Jason Segel, Steve Harvey, Alicia Keys (R 9/8/14)

Jimmy Kimmel: Ice Cube, "Science Bob" Pflugfelder, Bush

Craig Ferguson: Sarah Paulson, Jim Rash

Seth Meyers: Connie Britton, Ben McKenzie, Vance Joy (R 9/10/14)

Carson Daly: Corey Stoll, the Birds of Satan, "The Chair" (R 9/25/14)

Tavis Smiley: Kristen Stewart

Conan O'Brien: Alan Cumming, Pentatonix

Watch What Happens Live: T.I., Matthew Broderick

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After months of trying to twerking, Miley Cyrus has decided to trade in the now infamous dance style for something new. Billboard reports that Cyrus debuted her new favorite dance called the Nae Nae, while appearing on a talk show in Australia this week. "I try to do it at my shows," Cyrus explained to the hosts while demonstrating it to a cheering audience. "And no one's really doing it back to me." Invented by Atlanta quintet We Are Toonz, the Nae Nae involves raising your arms up and shimmying forward -- and looks a heck of a lot easier than twerking. Get practicing!

Jon Gosselin,Us Weekly reports that the former reality star and father of eight has been evicted from his home in rural Pennsylvania. "It's true," an insider reveals. "He was evicted last week and has been in the process of moving out." Gosselin, 37, reportedly lost his home as a result of struggling to find a stable job. Unfortunately, his eviction is affecting the life of his kids. "He can see his kids," the source says. "But they can't stay over because he has nowhere to put them."

Fury stars Brad Pitt as an army sergeant named Wardaddy who is in command of a Sherman tank and its five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines near the end of World War II. Outnumbered and outgunned, Wardaddy and his team of rookie men face overwhelming odds as they try and strike at the heart of Nazi Germany. Rated R

Based on the bestselling novel by acclaimed author Nicholas Sparks, The Best of Me tells the story of Dawson and Amanda, played by James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan, two former high school sweethearts who find themselves reunited after 20 years apart when they return to their small town for the funeral of a beloved friend. Spanning decades, their love story highlights the enduring power of first true love, and the choices we face when confronted with second chances. Rated PG-13


Shark Tank on ABC (All-female golf caddy company; a couple with a safer way for kids to bounce; a spin on a classic faceware accessory; haunted hayride update)

The Amazing Race on CBS (A painstaking detour prompts one duo to consider their options; a lack of communication results in a meltdown)

America's Next Top Model on The CW (After a private runway session with Miss J, the models must book fashion shows with designers including Betsey Johnson; models are paired up during a photo shoot for a hair product)

Z Nation on SyFy (A utopian enclave may not be all it seems near Branson, Mo.; the group encounters a religious cult)


David Letterman: Jessica Chastain, Lenny Marcus, Foo Fighters

Jimmy Fallon: Bradley Cooper, Neil Diamond

Craig Ferguson: Sean Hayes, "Weird Al" Yankovic

Seth Meyers: Jeffrey Tambor, Retta, Impractical Jokers (R 10/7/14)

Saturday October 18

College Football Primetime on ABC (Notre Dame at Florida State)

The Graham Norton Show on BBCA (Actor John Cleese; musician Taylor Swift; cricketer Kevin Pietersen; singer Neil Diamond)

HBO New Movie of the Week: Lone Survivor .... Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Eric Bana, Emile Hirsch, Ben Foster. In the mountains of Afghanistan, a squad of Taliban fighters ambushes four Navy SEALs, who are there on a mission to eliminate a high-ranking al-Qaeda operative. Based on the book by Marcus Luttrell and Patrick Robinson.

Sunday October 19

Madam Secretary on CBS (Elizabeth must negotiate with Iran regarding their escalating nuclear program; Jason interviews his father for a school report)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (When a chemistry teacher's science experiment goes terribly wrong, the CSI team has suspicions of foul play)

Sunday Night Football on NBC (San Francisco 49ers at Denver Broncos)

The Simpsons on Fox (When Bart reads a set of Aramaic symbols, he and Lisa find themselves transported to an alternate universe; a member of Moe's gang wants to leave the life for a girl; the family is visited by former versions of themselves)

Family Guy on Fox (Lois and Peter open a cookie store together, but things get messy when Peter comes up with a scheme to bring in more customers)

The Walking Dead on AMC (Rick leads a risky mission for a possible small reward when the supplies run low and the group's mistrust of people grows)

Total Divas on E! (Things spiral out of control when Rosa finds Summer with her man; Brie learns that Bryan is keeping tabs on her)

Boardwalk Empire on HBO (Nucky tries to hold onto his assets in Atlantic City; Willie and Eli become involved in Nucky's war; Maranzano meets his fate; Nucky reads a letter from Gillian; in 1897, Mabel and Nucky argue)

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After successful hosting gigs at both the Tony and Emmy Awards, Neil Patrick Harris is headed to the big show. The actor has officially been named the host of the 87th Academy Awards in 2015. "It is truly an honor and a thrill to be asked to host this year's Academy Awards," Harris said in a statement on Wednesday. "I grew up watching the Oscars and was always in such awe of some of the greats who hosted the show." Harris follows last year's host Ellen DeGeneres, whose March 2 ceremony attracted the biggest Oscar viewership in 14 years and resulted in the selfie seen around the world. The 87th Academy Awards will be held on February 22 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, and will air on ABC.

Carrie Underwood recently told CMT Radio's Cody Alan that she has no idea what she and husband Mike Fisher will name their first born. "We haven't really worried about too much," Underwood explained. "Until we find out if it's gonna be a boy or a girl. The "Something in the Water" singer went on to say that the couple hasn't done much with the nursery yet, and that she's only bought a few things in preparation for their new arrival. "I bought a few books online -- kids books and stuff -- that I grew up with," she continued. "Just little things."

Jimmy Fallon got a big surprise on Wednesday, when he found out that his "Ew!" collaboration with will.i.am landed at #26 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week. "We had no idea this could be accomplished," Fallon told Billboard. "This is what happens when you have the power of television. We had so much support from fans, radio, social media and Twitter." The song, which Fallon debuted on The Tonight Show last week, also collected 6 million first-week U.S. streams to land it at #8 on the Streaming Songs chart. It also entered the Digital Songs chart at #30 with 35,000 downloads sold and landed at #1 the Comedy Digital Track.

Jay Leno is headed back to the small screen. USA Today reports that the former Tonight Show host has signed a deal with CNBC to host a new prime time series based on his web series about cars. Tentatively titled Jay Leno's Garage, the show will find Leno sharing his "passion for all things automotive," from classics to supercars, restoration projects to road tests. "This show will be about anything that rolls, explodes and makes noise," Leno said in a release from CNBC. The program will premiere in 2015.

HBO is finally going full Netflix! The network announced today that, starting in 2015, it will offer an online-only streaming service that will allow customers to access its shows without a cable subscription. "That is a large and growing opportunity that should no longer be left untapped," CEO Richard Plepler said today at an investor meeting for parent company Time Warner. "It is time to remove all barriers to those who want HBO." The company is still deciding how to distribute streaming content. It could sell the service through existing cable providers; distribute it via new partners like Amazon, Google or Microsoft; or attempt a Netflix model, skipping the middlemen and selling directly to consumers.


Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Meredith watches old videos and reads her mother's journals, learning secrets from Ellis Grey's past; Maggie makes an unexpected announcement; Alex takes on new responsibilities; Callie focuses on the veterans' project)

Scandal on ABC (Fitz turns to Olivia for help with a situation that would destroy his family's reputation; Rowan asks a friend to do his dirty work)

NFL Football on CBS (New York Jets at New England Patriots)

The Biggest Loser on NBC (The contestants face their first temptation -- a tailgating challenge featuring stadium food favorites; a contestant opens up about childhood issues)

Bones on NBC (The team and Special Agent Aubrey investigate the murder of a video game designer; intern Jessica talks about the educational cooperative with which she has been involved; Brennan and Booth talk about Christine's future)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Elena plans to introduce Caroline to Liam; Liv makes a confession to Tyler; Bonnie and Damon find clues that make them think they might not be alone)

Project Runway on Lifetime (Tim Gunn and the designers travel to Rome for inspiration and fabric shopping before heading home to work on their collections)


David Letterman: Tom Selleck, Jenny Slate, Foo Fighters

Jimmy Fallon: Sting, Jason Schwartzman, a performance from "The Last Ship"

Jimmy Kimmel: Edward Norton, Portia de Rossi, You + Me

Craig Ferguson: Josh Jackson, Kara Cooney

Seth Meyers: Rachel Maddow, Matt Ryan, Wyatt Cenac

Daily Show: Bryan Stevenson

Colbert Report: Bill Deresiewicz

Conan O'Brien: The New Pornographers

Watch What Happens Live: Candy Crowley, Dane Cook

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Kesha is suing her former producer, Dr. Luke, on the grounds that he sexually, physically, verbally, and emotionally abused her for 10 years, to the point where she nearly died. Kesha claims the abuse started when she first signed on to work with him at the age of 18. He allegedly forced her to take drugs or alcohol, and made repeated sexual advances toward her, once forcing himself on her on a plane after he'd drugged her. She also claims he once gave her "sober pills" while she was drunk that caused her to black out. Kesha is asking a judge to let her out of her contract with Luke. For his part, Luke is countersuing Kesha for defamation, claiming she's trying to get out of her contract through nefarious means.

Emma Stone made an appearance on last night's episode of the Tonight Show, where she played Fallon in a game of Box of Lies. While staring directly at one another through a little window, each had to describe an object they pulled from a numbered box. After Fallon correctly guessed that Stone was lying and then fooled her into believing he was telling the truth, the host won the game after just one round.

Beyonce debuted some super-short bangs while catching a flight out of the Gare du Nord airport in Paris on Tuesday. The Huffington Post reports that Queen Bey wore what appeared to be a blonde wig that featured cropped, blunt bangs similar to the look she rocked in Lady Gaga's "Telephone" music video. And as expected, the Beyhive took to Twitter to chime in about how they felt about the new look. "WTF.....@Beyonce's bangs look like Blu cut them!!! Yall need to stop lying to that girl!!" one fan wrote. Another explained, "Beyonce's bangs happened to me in 7th grade when my mom swore she could trim my hair good." Ouch!

Christina Aguilera will return to The Voice next season, where she'll sit in her spinning red coach's chair alongside this season's three male judges: Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams. Aguilera is absent from the show for its current seventh season, with Gwen Stefani filling in. "We are excited to welcome Christina back to her red chair," NBC exec Paul Telegdy said in a statement, "and can't wait to see how she mixes things up with Adam, Blake and Pharrell." In preparation for her return to the show, Aguilera, who just had a baby, is losing weight "at a rapid pace," reports Radar Online.

It was announced yesterday that Saturday Night Live alum Chris Rock will return as host of the show on November 1, with Prince as musical guest. Revealed on the show's Twitter yesterday, the news came a day after Prince's band 3rd Eye Girl promised a big announcement on their own account and shared a picture of Rock dressed as Prince. Rock previously hosted Saturday Night Live in 1996. Meanwhile, Prince appeared as musical guest previously in 1981 and 2006.


Survivor on CBS (A contestant considers throwing an immunity challenge to eliminate weak players; a quest for power leads to a shocking results)

Modern Family on ABC (Cameron wants to maintain his team's winning streak but fears Mitchell is a jinx)

blackish on ABC (When Dre takes over "mom" duties, the praise he gets from everyone at the school goes to his head)

Nashville on ABC (Rayna invites Sadie Stone for a day on the town in an effort to sign her to Highway 65)

Chicago PD on NBC (The team races against the clock when two teenage girls disappear; Voight seeks honest answers from the father of one of the girls)

Red Band Society on Fox (When the truth about Charlie's accident comes out, Nurse Jackson crosses a line to keep a promise to him; Jordi gets the freedom he wants)

Top Chef on Bravo (PREMIERE ... In Boston, 16 aspiring chefs compete for a shot at culinary stardom; the contestants are thrust into hot water with a Sudden Death Quick Fire Challenge; the Elimination Challenge unfolds during the first ever Top Chef Food Festival)

South Park on Comedy Central (Timmy gains a lot of enemies after his new car service becomes successful)

American Horror Story: Freak Show on FX (A citywide curfew threatens to shut down the freak show; a strongman from Ethel's troubled past arrives at camp; Gloria arranges a terrifying play date for Dandy; the Tattler Twins reveal a talent that could knock Elsa from the spotlight)

Extreme Cheapskates on TLC (Finding spare change in vacuum canisters at the car wash; a woman who limits herself to one piece of gum ever three days)


David Letterman: Bill Murray, Foo Fighters

Jimmy Fallon: Shailene Woodley, Michael Shannon, Eric Church, Lenny Pickett

Jimmy Kimmel: Chris O'Dowd, Selena Gomez, Kasabian

Craig Ferguson: Zoe Saldana, T.J. Miller

Seth Meyers: Nicole Richie, Royal Blood

Daily Show: Bill O'Reilly

Colbert Report: Justin Simien

Conan O'Brien: Chelsea Handler, Nicholas Hoult, Gerard Way

Watch What Happens Live: Minnie Driver, James Marsden

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It appears that Kat Dennings has found a new man in Josh Groban. Us Weekly reports that the 28-year-old 2 Broke Girls actress and the Grammy-nominated singer, 33, are officially dating. "Kat and Josh recently started dating and are having a lot of fun," a source tells the outlet. The pair first sparked rumors on Saturday, when they attended the 2014 Carousel of Hope Ball in Beverly Hills together. Dennings previously dated actor Nick Zano. Meanwhile, Groban dated Mad Men star January Jones from 2003 to 2006.

Spanish actress Penelope Cruz has been dubbed the Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire. Cruz is the 11th woman to be given the title by the magazine; previous honorees include Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry, Rihanna, Charlize Theron and Scarlett Johansson. During an interview with the magazine--during which Cruz, who's married to the actor Javier Bardem, is described as "lifting her perfect eyebrows from her bottomless brown eyes"--she explains that she was "tempted to explore the darkness" in her teens and twenties. Nowadays, the 40-year-old mother of two says, "For me, the most attractive, charming, cool, fun, interesting thing—how could I call it? A plan."

Courtney Love is claiming that a huge portion of the Smashing Pumpkins success can be credited to her, and argues that frontman Billy Corgan stopped writing hits for the band when he stopped writing about her. "There are so many of [their songs] that are about me," Love recently told BBC 6 Music, when asked about her favorite Pumpkins' song. "'Siamese Dream,' 'Bodies,' [and] 'Today' [from the Siamese Dream album]." Love went on to say that the Pumpkins' "Where Boys Fear to Tread" was also about her -- and Corgan's frustration over her relationship with Trent Reznor. "[Billy] stopped writing about me and then he stopped making hits," Love continued.

X-Men: Days of Future Past, Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger and Persecuted are all out on DVD today


Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (While Coulson tries to learn more about the mysterious writing, Melinda May attacks him; Fitz must save the team from an explosive situation)

NCIS on CBS (The NCIS team pairs up with the FBI when a research scientist is murdered and the primary suspect is wanted by the Russian government)

NCIS: New Orleans on CBS (When a Navy SEAL is found dead in a sorority house, the team must determine if his death was related to collegiate foul play or a classified mission; Pride's daughter visits the office)

The Voice on NBC (Stevie Nicks, Little Big Town, Alicia Keys and Gavin Rossdale serve as advisers during the battle rounds)

Chicago Fire on NBC (Dawson tries to find balance with Lt. Casey; Mills deals with a future without the squad; Severide faces his demons; the Molly's crew meets with a city inspector)

New Girl on NBC (When Coach's relationship with the school nurse gets messy, Jess must enforce a new ``no fraternization'' policy among the staff; Nick enjoys his new role as Schmidt and Winston's secretary)

The Mindy Project on Fox (Mindy tries to fix the practice's image with the hospital's new head of obstetrics; Peter puts aside his grudge against Jeremy when he learns he may be able to help him beat Shonda Rhimes in beer pong)

The Flash on The CW (Barry experiences a setback while pursuing robbers; Joe is upset with Barry for taking the law into his own hands; Iris becomes more intrigued by the ``red streak.'')

BET Hip Hop Awards 2014 (A first ever LIVE cypher battle; performances by T.I., Young Thug, Migos, Bobby Shmurda, YG, Common, Queen Latifah and more)

Real Husbands of Hollywood on BET (PREMIERE ... Kevin is roasted by the guys; Nick enters politics; Trina and Brigette's new boyfriends are old Kevin frenemies)

Sons of Anarchy on FX (Jax takes advantage of shifting alliances to protect the MC and settle a score)

19 Kids and Counting on TLC (There is only one week until Jill's wedding and the family is busy with everything from securing a rehearsal getaway car to filling their new home with furniture purchased at a local auction)


David Letterman: Michael Keaton, Foo Fighters

Jimmy Fallon: Emma Stone, Logan Lerman, Sam Smith

Jimmy Kimmel: Adam Carolla, Cristela Alonzo, Bob Seger

Craig Ferguson: James Marsden, Kristen Schaal

Seth Meyers: Dane Cook, Troy Polamalu, Azar Nafisi

Daily Show: Zach Galifianakis

Colbert Report: Neil Young

Conan O'Brien: Jennifer Garner, T.J. Miller, Shakey Graves

Watch What Happens Live: Gretchen Rossi, Slade Smiley

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Despite trashing the NFL's scheme to charge this year's Super Bowl performer for airtime, Katy Perry is reportedly in the midst of finalizing an agreement to play the world's most-watched halftime show. "A deal is being hammered out for Katy to play the Super Bowl," a source tells The New York Post. (Billboard also confirmed the rumor.) The news comes as a surprise since, this past Saturday, while appearing on ESPN GameDay, Perry said, "I'm not the kind of girl who would pay to play the Super Bowl." As for her February 1 appearance, which she's presumably getting paid for, one thing's for certain: Baby, there'll be fireworks.

Adele will not drop a new album this year. While fans were hopeful that the singer would finally release a followup to 2011's 21 sometime in 2014, Adele's record label noted in a financial statement filed Thursday that no Adele record would be put out by year's end, the New York Times reports. Adele stoked speculation over a new record on her birthday back in May, when she tweeted farewell to age 25, adding, "See you again later in the year." Given that her first two albums' names referenced her age at the time, some fans surmised that she was talking about a followup. But if she was, it's been shelved. Check back in 2015.

The Judge stars Robert Downey Jr. as big city lawyer named Hank Palmer, who returns to his childhood home to defend his estranged father and the town's judge--played by Robert Duvall--who is suspected of murder. Rated R

Dracula Untold explores the origin of Dracula by weaving vampire mythology with the true history of Prince Vlad the Impaler, played by Luke Evans. In this version of the story, Dracula is a flawed hero in a tragic love story set in a dark age of magic and war. Rated PG-13

Disney's Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, with a cast featuring Steve Carell and Jennifer Garner, follows the exploits of 11-year-old Alexander as he experiences the worst day of his young life. But Alexander soon realizes he's not alone, when his brother, sister, mom, and dad all find themselves living through their own terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days.Rated PG


Shark Tank on ABC (A mother and son team pitch affordable wedding cakes; solution to a common dining issue; an update on screen repair kit, Screenmend)

The Amazing Race on CBS (The contestants must corral an unruly flock of sheep through an obstacle course in Scotland's Shetland Islands)

Dateline NBC (The residents of a glamorous resort town are shocked when a well-known woman from a prominent family is found dead in her home)

America's Next Top Model on The CW (A photo shoot challenge leads two models to realize they need to put their personal relationship aside; the models discover common ancestry links during a futuristic sci-fi photo shoot)

The 2014 NCLR ALMA Awards on MSNBC (Honoring artistic achievements of Latinos in television, film and music; Eva Longoria and Mario López host)

Say Yes to the Dress on TLC (PREMIERE ... Personal trainer, Jillian Michaels, waits to surprise a bride who lost 175 pounds; a surprise proposal and a trip to Kleinfeld)


David Letterman: Chelsea Handler, Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan Peele, Angaleena Presley

Jimmy Fallon: Jada Pinkett Smith, Nick Kroll, Bobby Shmurda

Jimmy Kimmel: Martin Short, Dave Salmoni, Steve Aoki featuring Waka Flocka Flame & Travis Barker (R 9/30/14)

Craig Ferguson: Morgan Freeman, Genesis Rodriguez (R 9/19/14)

Seth Meyers: Andy Samberg, Emily VanCamp, Roy Wood Jr. (R 9/25/14)

Saturday October 11

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Bank of America 500 on ABC (Joey Logano earned a ticket last week to the Eliminator Round of the Chase with a hard-fought victory. Now, the Series heads to North Carolina for the second race in the Contender Round. From Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C.)

National League Championship Series on Fox (San Francisco Giants at St. Louis Cardinals ... Game 1)

My Cat From Hell on Animal Planet (PREMIERE ... Jay is in danger of becoming a lonely cat guy due to his ferocious cat Marley's bad habits raging out of control and chasing off all of his friends; Alison's cat Pancake is terrorizing Dylan's cat Lobster, threatening the newlywed's marriage)

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Bill Hader; Hozier performs)

Sunday October 12

Madam Secretary on CBS (A Chinese student seeking political asylum threatens a potential peace treaty between Japan and China; tension grows between Stevie and Alison)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (When a crime scene turns out to be contaminated with a deadly pathogen, Greg and Sara must be quarantined)

Sunday Night Football on NBC (New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles)

The Simpsons on Fox (When Marge opens a franchise sandwich shop, the running of the business proves challenging, especially when a competitor opens another location across the street)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Jake launches a series of competitions to keep the precinct busy while they wait for the Serbian president's motorcade to arrive; Terry and Holt take on a new drug task force)

The Walking Dead on AMC (PREMIERE ... The true motives of the Terminans come to light when Rick and the others end up in a vulnerable situation)

Total Divas on E! (TJ ruins Nattie's hopes of rekindling their marriage, Nikki thinks she's lost her twin sister, and Ariane kicks Vinnie's desires to the curb)

Boardwalk Empire on HBO (Chalky encounters Narcisse in Harlem; federal agents enlist the help of Eli and Van Alden to take down the Capone organization; Nucky is pained by a recent loss; in 1897, Nucky vents his frustration and roots out a young thief)

Homeland on Showtime (Fara fails to recruit a key asset, causing Carrie to intervene; although still muddled over what happened in Islamabad, Quinn focuses on a potential lead)

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Miley Cyrus has allegedly been dragged into a lawsuit involving an attack by her sister's dog. TMZ reports that model Yolande Ngom is suing both Miley and Brandi Cyrus over a dog attack she says ruined her career. According to the to the court docs, Ngom was bitten by Brandi's dog "Feather" in the apartment building where they both live. Furthermore, Ngom claims that the dog was being handled by one of Miley's employees and that they let the attack happen when they lost control of the animal. Ngom claims that the bite ripped open her right thigh and left scars so bad that she'll never be able to work as a model again. She's suing Brandi and Miley's company Smiley Miley, Inc. for medical bills, lost wages and more.

Amidst widespread concern about the actress's mental state, Amanda Bynes was accused of shoplifting from Barneys on Madison Avenue in New York Wednesday. TMZ reports that Bynes put on a $200 hat at the high-end retailer and then tried to leave without paying. Security guards nabbed her and brought her back into the store, where witnesses say she was "acting crazy." One source tells the gossip site that under questioning she told the guards that she was being chased by fans and grabbed the hat to cover her face. The store made her sign an agreement to not return and let her go before police arrived.

Houston's last remaining news radio station has ceased airing news, traffic and weather reports in favor of...Beyonce. On Tuesday, 92.1 began airing nothing but Queen Bey around-the-clock, a change up in format that came as a surprise to both listeners and the station's employees. Houston is Beyonce's hometown, so the decision isn't completely random. But as Jezebel points out, the diva's entire catalog only runs about 13 hours, meaning that material could stretch a little thin after a while. It wasn't clear whether the Beyonce-only format was simply a stop-gap as the the station transitions or if it's the new normal for 92.1. In the meantime, "Heyyyyy Mrs. Carter."


Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Owen tries to get Callie to help Veterans Hospital patients with the robotic limb lab; Alex and Meredith's friendship makes Jo jealous; Alex and Bailey prepare to go in front of the board)

Scandal on ABC (An old friend seeks help after the disappearance of her daughter; Cyrus has an uncomfortable run in; Jake tries to get answers through his connections; a national news story obsesses Mellie; David endeavors to prove himself)

Thursday Night Football on NBC (Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans)

The Biggest Loser on NBC (The challenge winners get to sideline a member of the opposing team; the players must air race across a canyon and put together a puzzle)

Bones on Fox (With intern Rodolfo's help, the team investigates the murder of a conservative radio host whose remains were found in a storm drain; Special Agent Aubrey endeavors to gain Booth's trust; Brennan worries about Booth's mental health)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Elena turns to Alaric for help getting past her loss; Enzo talks Caroline into helping him track down a lead; Jeremy spends time with a mysterious newcomer; Tripp makes a confession to Matt; Damon and Bonnie try to find a way home)

Project Runway on Lifetime (The final challenge decides who will go to fashion week; eliminated designers return to the workroom)


David Letterman: Robert Duvall, Elle Fanning, Rival Sons

Jimmy Fallon: Steve Carell, Julianne Hough, Philip Selway featuring the Dap-Kings

Jimmy Kimmel: Michael Pena, Tinashe featuring School Boy Q

Craig Ferguson: Simon Pegg, Jamie Chung (R 7/29/14)

Seth Meyers: Robert Downey Jr., Emmy Rossum, Chris Gethard

Daily Show: Jeremy Renner

Colbert Report: Robert Plant

Conan O'Brien: Megan Fox, Todd Glass (R 8/7/14)

Watch What Happens Live: Teresa & Joe Giudice, Part 2

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After lots of speculation, Robert Downey Jr. has confirmed that a fourth installment of the Iron Man movie franchise is in the works. With Iron Man 3 raking in $1.2 billion worldwide, it was widely assumed an Iron Man 4 would be on its way. But people around the movie have been coy, and Downey Jr. tried to skirt the question when Ellen DeGeneres asked him about it on her show Tuesday, The Wrap reports. But after some prodding Downey Jr. broke down and said, "OK, yes," to the question. That's all we wanted to hear, Robby.

Jennifer Lawrence makes her first public comments about the recent nude-photo hacking scandal, which resulted in some of her private pictures being posted online, in the latest issue of Vanity Fair. "It is not a scandal. It is a sex crime," says Lawrence, who appears on the magazine's cover. "Just the fact that somebody can be sexually exploited and violated, and the first thought that crosses somebody's mind is to make a profit from it. It's so beyond me." She claims the problem is so pervasive, even personal friends admitted to looking at her pics. "I don't want to get mad," she says, "but I didn't tell you that you could look at my naked body."

The Walking Dead has yet to begin its new season, and it's already thriving. Variety reports that the hit zombie drama has been renewed for a sixth season, an impressive endorsement for the show considering that its fifth season hasn't yet begun. The show is one of the highest rated on TV for adults 18-49, and is the highest rated show in cable history. Season five premieres on October 12 on AMC.


Modern Family on ABC (Phil must make creative edits in Cam and Mitch's wedding video when footage reveals that Phil is responsible for a terrible cold that has plagued the family; Gloria and Jay try to help Manny cope with stress in different ways)

blackish on ABC (Dre tries to help Andre Jr. expand his social circle; Rainbow takes Diane to the hospital in hope of inspiring her, but things don't go as planned)

Nashville on ABC (Rayna sets a wedding date; Juliette works to hide the secret that could prevent her from getting a movie role; Luke's new back-up singer asserts her presence; Gunnar gets a visit from a past love; Layla uses her power over Will)

Chicago PD on NBC (When a bartender takes a bullet intended for Halstead, the bounty on him becomes more real; following a tense interaction, Platt and Nadia reach an understanding)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The teams must herd farm animals into their proper pens and decide which proteins and starches they will use next; the winning team goes on a wine tour, while the losers prepare stock bones; tempers flare during the dinner service)

Red Band Society on Fox (Jordi begins treatment; Kara goes back to school; Emma goes to her first dance; Leo finds himself in the middle of things)

Wahlburgers on A&E (FINALE ... Donnie learns to appreciate Paul's talents when he steps into his brother's shoes to run the restaurant for a day; Arthur offers Johnny ``Drama'' a role in a new film)

South Park on Comedy Central (Randy is keeping a huge secret and the pressure is getting to him; Cartman calls Stan a cissy)

2014 CrossFit Games on ESPN

American Horror Story: Freak Show on FX (PREMIERE ... One of the only surviving sideshows in the country struggles to stay in business during the dawning era of television; police make a terrifying discovery at a local farmhouse)

Extreme Cheapskates on TLC (Flight attendant Steffanie takes her boyfriend to the Unclaimed Baggage Center; professional doorman RJ Andrews lives rent-free by house sitting 365 days a year)


David Letterman: Anderson Cooper, Gina Rodriguez, Hatsune Miku

Jimmy Fallon: Robert Downey Jr., Ira Glass, Big & Rich

Jimmy Kimmel: Kyra Sedgwick, Jon Bernthal, Dirty Heads

Craig Ferguson: Kevin Bacon, the Bacon Brothers (R 9/15/14)

Seth Meyers: Matthew Broderick, Zachary Quinto, Glass Animals

Daily Show: Leon Panetta

Colbert Report: Carol Burnett

Conan O'Brien: Ethan Hawke, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Jamie Scott (R 8/5/14)

Watch What Happens Live: Hilary Duff, Giada De Laurentiis

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Mariah Carey recently dropped some major hints that Nick Cannon's infidelity may be the reason their marriage fell apart. According to Us Weekly, Carey changed the lyrics to Billie Holiday's classic "Don't Explain" while performing in Tokyo over the weekend, causing fans to wonder if Cannon was unfaithful. An audio clip obtained by TMZ confirms the change, with Mimi singing, "I know you cheated, motherf**ker" instead of "And I know you cheat / Right or wrong, don't matter." Despite the lyric change, a source close to Cannon previously stated that "he's always [been] faithful."

On last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon debuted his special project with will.i.am -- a music video to a song called "Ew!" Based on Fallon's popular segment of the same name, the video shows both the host and the singer dressed as their teenage alter-egos Sara and mir.i.am and rapping about what they think are "Ew!," while attending a high school dance. Things that made the "Ew!" list include silicon butts, bad selfies and Face-timing. Ew!

Blake Lively is pregnant! Lively announced the news rather cryptically on her Preserve website yesterday morning as part of a feature called "Preserve Celebration of Family." The photo-heavy post featured several pregnant women gathered for an outdoor baby shower. The final photo, shot by Lively's brother Eric, features Blake standing in silhouette and cradling her baby bump. Lively hinted in the August issue of Vogue that parenthood was on the horizon for her and husband Ryan Reynolds. "He's going to be a great father," she said. "The fact that he lived so much before we got together, he's the exact realized person that he should be."

The Foo Fighters will spend all of next week as the musical guests on Late Show With David Letterman. According to Rolling Stone, the band will play a cover of a song somehow connected to their forthcoming album Sonic Highways each night of the week-long "residency." Dave Grohl will also sit for an interview with Letterman on the first night of the shows on October 13. The band is pulling out all the stops for the new album, also debuting a documentary series on HBO next week that chronicles the making the album, which was recorded in several U.S. cities. The record itself comes out November 11.

The Class of '92, The Grand Seduction, To Be Takei, Werewolf Rising, Edge of Tomorrow, A Million Ways to Die in the West, Million Dollar Arm, Obvious Child and School Dance are all out on DVD today


Selfie on ABC (Eliza's fling with a co-worker becomes complicated; Henry's first experience with Facebook turns disastrous)

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC (Coulson and his team race against Hydra to find a man with the ability to freeze objects; Simmons finds herself caught in the crossfire)

NCIS on CBS (Ducky and Special Agent Bishop go to London to investigate when a case has a connection to one of Ducky's former friends)

The Voice on NBC (A recap of the blind auditions features previously unseen moments and a look at the upcoming battles)

Chicago Fire on NBC (The members of Firehouse 51 and the Austin firehouse clash when trucks collide on the way to a call; Boden comes up with a plan to get Dawson her badge; Mills faces his past and future; the Molly's group hits a speed bump starting the food truck)

New Girl on Fox (Jess goes out with a less-than-impressive guy to prove that girls aren't shallow; Winston and Cece convince Schmidt and Coach they could be male models and pit them against each other)

The Mindy Project on Fox (As Mindy and Danny move into uncharted relationship waters, Mindy goes out of her way to impress; Morgan tries to trick Jeremy and Peter into reconciling)

The Flash on The CW (PREMIERE ... Orphaned by tragedy and raised by his best friend's father, brilliant CSI Barry Allen gains powers when lightning strikes him during a freak storm; when another meta-human attacks the city, Barry puts his powers to the test)

Sons of Anarchy on FX (Looking for the source of a betrayal leads to violence at the Stockton Ports)


David Letterman: Robert Downey Jr., Sarah Paulson, Lizzo

Jimmy Fallon: Kristen Stewart, Artie Lange, Jason Aldean, Nas

Jimmy Kimmel: Billy Crudup, Massimo Bottura, Weezer

Craig Ferguson: David Arquette, Inbar Lavi (R 9/3/14)

Seth Meyers: Jeffrey Tambor, Retta, Impractical Jokers

Daily Show: Bill O'Reilly

Colbert Report: Leon Wieseltier

Conan O'Brien: The cast of "Orange Is The New Black", Nikki Lane (R 8/4/14)

Watch What Happens Live: Amy Johnson, Kelley Johnson, Kate Chastain

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Amanda Bynes appears to be struggling with drugs again. TMZ reports that the former child star was spotted at the Los Angeles airport acting strangely and putting on excessive amounts of makeup while dining at a restaurant. Sources close to Bynes also told the outlet that the former actress had been visibly high all day and talking to herself. Bynes was apparently flying to New York City, where E! reports that she was spotted walking around with a large Band-Aid on her face.

It was a rough night in Tokyo for Mariah Carey on Saturday, where the diva struggled to hit the right notes at the opening performance of her Elusive Chanteuse Show tour. Billboard reports that a number of videos have circulated from Carey's show at Tokyo's Makuhari Messe Arena that find the singer failing to reach her typically soaring high notes and forgetting the words to her chart-topping single "We Belong Together." While some of the problems could be blamed on her mike stand breaking, that definitely wasn't the only problem. Yikes!

The 10 Best Celeb-Themed Halloween Costume Ideas
Deciding what to be for Halloween can be a stressful process -- but it can also be fun. Here are some easy do-it-yourself costumes inspired by the celebrities and pop culture references you've likely been hearing about in the last year:
  1. Pharrell Williams' Hat: To get the look for less just buy a cheap version of the eye-catching Vivienne Westwood hat that Pharrell wore to the Grammys -- or just use a brown paper bag.
  2. Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey: Inspired by the upcoming film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, this costume is perfect for couples and easy to put together. All Steele needs is a cute skirt and soft cardigan. Meanwhile, Grey can wear a business suit and carry suggestive props.
  3. Angelina Jolie's Wedding Veil: Get out the crayons and sewing machine and make a costume as unique -- or strange -- as you want it to be.
  4. ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Carrying a bucket around on Halloween night is both an easy and functional option. But be sure to skip the ice water!
  5. Nicki Minaj's Anaconda" looks: Too scared to rock the g-string? Try finding something similar to the shimmering green getup Minaj wore at this year's MTV Video Music Awards.
  6. Divergent Duo: Wear black and anything leather and look online for temporary Divergent tattoos to channel Tris and Four for your perfect couple costume.
  7. Ariana Grande: Get Grande's signature look by wearing your hair half-up, rocking a short dress and some knee-length platform boots.
  8. Internet Celebrities: Options for costumes include the "Hot Mugshot Guy," the woman from Florida with three breasts and Noah Ritter, the adorable ginger that says "apparently" a lot.
  9. Taylor Swift (plus cat): All you need is a plaid skirt, a cute pair of heels, a bold lipstick color and a white stuffed animal cat.
  10. Ellen Degeneres' Oscars Selfie: Enlarge a print of the epic selfie and make a cutout to stick your face in.
This week, Jason Aldean releases his sixth studio album Old Boots, New Dirt, led by single "Burnin' It Down." Meanwhile, alternative rockers Weezer drop their ninth studio album Everything Will Be Alright In The End. And Stevie Nicks premieres her eighth solo album 24 Karat Gold: Songs From The Vault, a collection of songs Nicks originally penned between 1969 and 1987. Former Smiths member Johnny Marr also premieres his second solo album Playland, the follow-up to last year's The Messenger. And X Factor season three winners Alex & Sierra release their debut full-length album It's About Us.


Dancing With the Stars on ABC

The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Raj's honesty comes back to haunt him when his new girlfriend is unfriendly to Penny; the guys think about becoming part owners in Stuart's store)

NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS (As CSI members investigate the murder of a Navy contractor involved with selling confidential data, they find that one of their own is compromised)

The Voice on NBC (The blind auditions continue as vocalists from across the country try to impress the celebrity coaches)

Gotham on Fox (Gordon and Bullock track down a vigilante who uses weather balloons to kill corrupt citizens; Cobblepot gets a job close to a major figure in the underworld)

Watch What Happens: Live on Bravo (One-on-One With Teresa and Joe)

Monday Night Football on ESPN (Seattle Seahawks at Washington Redskins)

WWE Monday Night RAW on USA (Rumors are circulating that The Authority will reveal the WWE Hell in a Cell matches)


David Letterman: Aziz Ansari, Tom Dreesen, Jackson Browne

Jimmy Fallon: Jeremy Renner, Carol Burnett, Mario Batali, Joe Perry

Craig Ferguson: Daniel Radcliffe, Cathy Ladman (R 8/8/14)

Seth Meyers: James Spader, Rachel Dratch, La Roux

Daily Show: Atul Gawande

Colbert Report: James McPherson

Conan O'Brien: Dwayne Johnson, Taye Diggs, Tori Amos (R 7/24/14)

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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have shared new photos of their brand new daughter and revealed that her name is Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher. Us Weekly reports that Kutcher shared Wyatt's name, along with several pictures of human and animal babies on his website on Thursday. "Mila and I would like to welcome Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher to the world," Kutcher wrote in the post. "May your life be filled with wonder, love, laughter, health, happiness, curiosity, and privacy. Can you guess which one is ours, or does it really matter? All babies are cute." Cheekiness aside, a sources says that the couple "are so happy" with their "healthy baby girl."

Based upon the global bestseller by Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl stars Ben Affleck as Nick Dunne, a man who reports on his fifth wedding anniversary that his wife Amy Dunne has gone missing. Under pressure from the police and a growing media frenzy, Nick's portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble and his strange behavior finds everyone asking the same question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?

A spinoff from the popular horror flick The Conjuring, Annabelle tells the story of a couple who begin to experience terrifying supernatural occurrences involving a vintage doll shortly after their home is invaded by satanic cultists.

Shark Tank on ABC (Stuffed animals that also serve as washcloths; a handmade wearable sling to carry dogs; a darts-like card game)

Dateline NBC (A determined detective tries to crack a cold case involving a murdered nurse and scant evidence: an unusual weapon and a broken necklace)

The Amazing Race on CBS (The race continues in London, England, where several teams face setbacks in the form of boating mishap)

America's Next Top Model on The CW (The contestants audition for a walk-on role on a TV show; hurtful comments lead to an icy photo shoot)

Real Time With Bill Maher on HBO (Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.); neuroscientist Sam Harris; actor Ben Affleck; journalist Nicholas Kristof; former Lt. Gov. Michael Steele (R-Md.)

WWE Friday Night SmackDown! on SyFy (Starring 15-time champion John Cena and the ``Lunatic Fringe'' Dean Ambrose)

Kendra on Top on WE (PREMIERE ... Kendra's husband's alleged sexual encounter with a transsexual model; the birth of Kendra and Hank's girl)

David Letterman: Mariska Hargitay, Simon Amstell, Kandace Springs

Jimmy Fallon: Emma Thompson, Dane Cook

Jimmy Kimmel: Denzel Washington, Darby Stanchfield, the Script (R 9/25/14)

Craig Ferguson: Nick Lachey, Chloe Bennet

Seth Meyers: Martha Stewart, Ana Gasteyer (R 9/22/14)


College Football Primetime on ABC (Nebraska at Michigan State)

College Football Primetime on FOX (Arizona State at USC)

HBO New Movie of the Week: Ride Along ... Starring: Ice Cube, Kevin Hart, John Leguizamo, Bruce McGill, Tika Sumpter. A veteran cop and his future brother-in-law, a fast-talking trainee, tangle with Atlanta's most-dangerous criminal.

Saturday Night Live on NBC (Host Sarah Silverman; Maroon 5 performs)

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Madam Secretary on CBS (A hostile reporter threatens to publish confidential documents leaked from the State Department; Henry becomes involved in an international negotiation)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS (The CSI team members investigate when a robbery and fatal shooting take place at a medical marijuana shop)

Sunday Night Football on NBC (Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots)

The Simpsons on Fox (When Homer's efforts at parenting go poorly, Marge schedules him and Bart for a conflict resolution program; Marge manages Homer's fantasy football league)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine on Fox (Holt's longtime nemesis comes to inspect the precinct; Jake and Terry test the boundaries of their friendship)

Family Guy on Fox (Peter's efforts to help Joe publish a book go awry when he takes over as author; Brian starts exercising excessively after experiencing a runner's high)

Beyond Candid with Giuliana on E! (Giuliana Rancic sits with Kris Jenner to talk about the parts of her life that aren't normally in the spotlight)

Boardwalk Empire on HBO (Chalky returns to Atlantic City; Nucky arranges a meeting with Maranzano; Eli's reunion with June takes an unexpected turn; Capone considers relocating his operation; Margaret completes a deal with Carolyn Rothstein; Nucky gets bad news from Cuba)

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It's a girl! TMZ reports that Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcomed their first child on Tuesday. The 31-year-old actress gave birth at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. The couple, who have been engaged since February, have not yet revealed their daughter's name. However, it's probably fair to assume that the kid has been genetically blessed with good looks.

Jason Derulo admitted during an interview on Power 105.1 FM on Wednesday that he broke up with Jordin Sparks over the phone. His excuse? "I wasn't in town." The 25-year-old singer also revealed that he and Sparks, who dated for three years, are no longer speaking and that he has moved his things out of her home. However, admits that he does keep tabs on her... online. "You know, like, I catch myself like, looking at her Instagram and seeing what she's doing and stuff...'cause I love her," he said. "You know what I'm saying? Like, I love her. You just don't fall out of love with somebody like that."

Justin Bieber just can't stay out of trouble. Tuesday night in Paris, the Biebs reportedly threw a punch at a paparazzi photographer. Pics of the incident show Bieber, dressed in head-to-toe camo prints, grabbing one photographer's neck while attempting to punch a second photog. The melee went down mere hours after Bieber first garnered headlines for taking Kendall Jenner out to a champagne dinner, even though he'd traveled to Paris with on-again girlfriend Selena Gomez. TMZ reports that Bieber and his crew were trying to clear a path through the throng of paparazzi as they entered their hotel after dinner.


Grey's Anatomy on ABC (Maggie tries to make a good impression but finds herself in unfortunate situations; Richard keeps hiding his secret)

Scandal on ABC (Cyrus hopes to recruit an influential power couple (Mary McCormack and Josh Randall) during preparations for the State of the Union; Mellie's struggle gets the nation's attention)

Thursday Night Football on CBS (Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers)

The Biggest Loser on NBC (A lottery determines which contestant goes home with their trainer; two eliminated contestants vie for a chance to compete for one more week)

Bad Judge on NBC (PREMIERE ... Rebecca Wright, one of the most respected and toughest criminal court judges in Los Angeles, leads an anything-but-innocent private life)

Bones on Fox (The team works with Special Agent Aubrey to investigate a far-reaching conspiracy in the government; DNA found on a previous victim linked to the scandal helps the narrow down the suspect pool)

The Vampire Diaries on Fox (Elena returns to college after months of coping with loss in a potentially dangerous way; Caroline searches for a way to reverse the anti-magic spell; Alaric tries to adjust to life as a vampire)

Project Runway on Lifetime (The remaining designers must drive to search for their vintage and unique materials in flea markets, garage sales and storage facilities)


David Letterman: Johnny Galecki, Andre Benjamin, Delta Spirit

Jimmy Fallon: Derek Jeter, James Marsden, 5 Seconds of Summer

Jimmy Kimmel: Ellen Pompeo, Norman Reedus, Disclosure featuring Mary J. Blige

Craig Ferguson: Joe Theismann, Lauren Cohan

Seth Meyers: Sarah Silverman, John Mulaney

Daily Show: Ben Steele

Colbert Report: Lynn Sherr

Conan O'Brien: Martin Short, Camilla Luddington, Ryan Adams

Watch What Happens Live: Kat Held, Ben Robinson

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Amanda Bynes' whereabouts are unknown following her Sunday arrest for a DUI in Los Angeles. In fact, her parents have admitted that they haven't spoken to her in three months and that they found out about her arrest through the media just like everybody else. Even more disconcerting, her father Rick Bynes told celebrity gossip website X17 that he doesn't know who posted her $15,000 bail. Speculating about her whereabouts, he suggested that she hightailed it to New York after her most recent legal troubles. "I know she likes New York, so that's what I'm thinking," he said. Rick also revealed that wife Lynn's conservatorship of the 28-year-old actress has expired and that the former Nickelodeon star now "does what she wants."

Diddy declared his love for ex-girlfriend Jennifer Lopez's booty during a recent interview on Access Hollywood Live. After being asked about her sexy new video for "Booty," Diddy gushed, "Oh my God. I'm so lucky to have that great woman in my history, she is one of the greatest I've ever seen. Show them J, go girl! Go girl!" He then proceeded to rave about J-Lo's signature asset: "It's a work of art. It's something that will go down in history, for real it will... I mean that thing is just incredible, man." He also made it clear that Kim Kardashian's butt is not in the same league as J-Lo's. "No way. No disrespect to Kanye [West] and Kim but that thing right there, that thing right there is something special," he declared.

Michael Phelps was arrested in Baltimore, Maryland, early yesterday morning for driving under the influence. TMZ sources say he was pulled over around 1:40 a.m. in his white Land Rover; he failed a field sobriety test and was found to have a blood alcohol content that was almost twice Maryland's legal limit. Phelps was initially pulled over for going 84 mph in a 45-mph zone and has been charged with DUI, excessive speeding and crossing double lane lines. Phelps was previously arrested for DUI in Maryland in 2004, but struck a plea deal and received 18 months of probation. "He just makes dumb decisions," said Ryan Lochte, an in-pool rival of Phelps, to TMZ. "He has so much money to get a driver. I even have a driver. Just stinks for the sport of swimming. But he will become smarter from this. Luckily he did not hurt himself or someone else." For his part, Phelps released a statement saying he was "deeply sorry" for his actions.


Modern Family on ABC (Jay and Gloria can't agree on what kind of anniversary gifts they want to exchange; the Dunphys go with Alex to Caltech for her college tour; Mitch, Cam and Lily take a new family portrait)

blackish on ABC (When Dre decides to give Andre Jr. the sex talk, he instantly regrets it when his son won't stop asking questions)

Nashville on ABC (Rayna pursues new publicity opportunities to promote her album and record label; Layla pressures Will to help her rebuild her fleeting career; Juliette gets ready for a big audition while dealing with life-changing news)

Survivor on CBS (A tribe tries to barter with Jeff; former professional baseball player John Rocker's future in the game is threatened by his controversial past)

Chicago PD on NBC (Several murder victims are found with a dollar bill pinned to their chests; Voight makes a discovery about a friend; a series of home invasions)

Hell's Kitchen on Fox (The teams must identify proteins and match them to their dishes, with the winners getting a day at the beach with water polo players Genai Kerr, Shea Buckner and Tumua Anae; family night dinner service)

Red Band Society on Fox (A visitor from Jordi's past throws the hospital into chaos; Dr. McAndrews unintentionally betrays a patient; Kara tests Nurse Jackson)

Wahlburgers on A&E (Paul and Bob take their sons on a fishing trip that soon evolves into a paintball battle; Alma intervenes when she learns her grandson Brandon is dating two girls at once)

Extreme Cheapskates on TLC (Karen and Barry fry breakfast on the car engine and pull their own teeth at home to avoid spending money)


David Letterman: Bill O'Reilly, Cristin Milioti

Jimmy Fallon: Jennifer Garner, John Mulaney, Lady Antebellum

Jimmy Kimmel: Tim Allen, Anna Gunn, the Madden Brothers

Craig Ferguson: Patton Oswalt, Chandra Wilson

Seth Meyers: Neil Patrick Harris, Rita Wilson, the Both

Daily Show: Lena Dunham

Colbert Report: Adm. Mike Mullen

Conan O'Brien: Nick Offerman, Jerrod Carmichael, Pete Correale

Watch What Happens Live: Melissa Etheridge, Nasim Pedrad

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