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  • ‘Flip or Flop' exes dish on ‘awkward' new season By New York Post   -   May 26, 2018

    ‘FLIP OR FLOP' EXES DISH ON ‘AWKWARD' NEW SEASON

    Well, this is awkward. “Flip or Flop” is back for its seventh season Thursday on HGTV - filmed just after stars Christina and Tarek...

    Star
  • Memorial Day TV honors patriotism By New York Post   -   May 25, 2018

    MEMORIAL DAY TV HONORS PATRIOTISM

    With patriotism very much on the minds of New Yorkers this Memorial Day, we noticed that some networks had devoted portions of its...

    Star
  • The coolest music festivals in NYC for summer 2018 By New York Post   -   May 25, 2018

    THE COOLEST MUSIC FESTIVALS IN NYC FOR SUMMER 2018

    With Memorial Day weekend getting us into the summer groove, music-festival season has officially arrived. But which outdoor extravaganza...

    Star, Festival
  • Traumatic childhood prepared actress for ‘Reverie' role By New York Post   -   May 25, 2018

    TRAUMATIC CHILDHOOD PREPARED ACTRESS FOR ‘REVERIE' ROLE

    NBC's new series “Reverie” is a high-concept sci-fi procedural produced by Steven Spielberg - but that's not what attracted star Sarah...

    Star
  • McCain documentary is full of emotion and surprises By New York Post   -   May 25, 2018

    MCCAIN DOCUMENTARY IS FULL OF EMOTION AND SURPRISES

    John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls Monday, 8 p.m., HBO The documentary opens with a quote from the Ernest Hemingway novel referenced...

  • Put deadbeat Michael Rotondo on ‘The Bachelor' ASAP By New York Post   -   May 25, 2018

    PUT DEADBEAT MICHAEL ROTONDO ON ‘THE BACHELOR' ASAP

    The judge has ruled: Michael Rotondo has a week to leave his parent's upstate Onondaga County home. Come noon, on June 1, Rotondo is...

  • Retta was a chemist before she went Hollywood By New York Post   -   May 25, 2018

    RETTA WAS A CHEMIST BEFORE SHE WENT HOLLYWOOD

    In another life, she'd have been Dr. Marietta Sangai Sirleaf. Lucky for TV viewers, she chose a much funnier path. The actress and...

    Star
  • David Mamet is making a play about Harvey Weinstein By New York Post   -   May 25, 2018

    DAVID MAMET IS MAKING A PLAY ABOUT HARVEY WEINSTEIN

    David Mamet hasn't written a hit play in years, but the one he's just finished has the potential to be a blockbuster. It's about Harvey...

  • Your guide to summer 2018's must-see movies, TV and more By New York Post   -   May 25, 2018

    YOUR GUIDE TO SUMMER 2018'S MUST-SEE MOVIES, TV AND MORE

    In the movies There's no shortage of big, fun sequels this summer, from Pixar's “The Incredibles 2” to “Ant-Man and the Wasp” to “Jurassic...

    Star
  • ‘Pose' is a fabulous sashay down New York's memory lane By New York Post   -   May 25, 2018

    ‘POSE' IS A FABULOUS SASHAY DOWN NEW YORK'S MEMORY LANE

    “Pose” is the most provocative show of the summer. The latest series from the inexhaustible and endlessly inventive Ryan Murphy takes...

  • ‘Pinky and the Brain' are taking over New York City By New York Post   -   May 24, 2018

    ‘PINKY AND THE BRAIN' ARE TAKING OVER NEW YORK CITY

    It's a tale as old as time: An “average-looking kid” from Michigan dreams of being a rock 'n' roll god, maybe a movie star. He tries...

    Star, Look
  • ‘Hair' live musical heading to NBC By New York Post   -   May 24, 2018

    ‘HAIR' LIVE MUSICAL HEADING TO NBC

    "Hair" spawned such memorable songs as “Aquarius,” “Good Morning Starshine” and “Easy to Be Hard.”

  • Why the latest Star Wars droid is one of the best By New York Post   -   May 24, 2018

    WHY THE LATEST STAR WARS DROID IS ONE OF THE BEST

    Many movies have robot characters, but they haven't all built them with as much personality and charm as those of the “Star Wars” universe....

    Star
  • Only John Cameron Mitchell could turn Nicole Kidman punk By New York Post   -   May 24, 2018

    ONLY JOHN CAMERON MITCHELL COULD TURN NICOLE KIDMAN PUNK

    When John Cameron Mitchell wrote and starred in the drag musical “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” in 1998, his theater pals were stumped....

    Star
  • Kendrick Lamar wants to turn these rappers into stars By New York Post   -   May 24, 2018

    KENDRICK LAMAR WANTS TO TURN THESE RAPPERS INTO STARS

    Kendrick Lamar takes his Top Dawg Entertainment labelmates on a victory lap on the Championship Tour, which rolls through Madison Square...

    Star
  • Fashion icon André Leon Talley reflects on life as black, gay man By New York Post   -   May 24, 2018

    FASHION ICON ANDRÉ LEON TALLEY REFLECTS ON LIFE AS BLACK, GAY MAN

    “The Gospel According to André” follows the gregarious, larger-than-life editor, stylist and fashion icon André Leon Talley. Yet unlike...

    Fashion, Dress
  • ‘Show Dogs' to edit out ‘disturbing' touching scene after audience concern By New York Post   -   May 24, 2018

    ‘SHOW DOGS' TO EDIT OUT ‘DISTURBING' TOUCHING SCENE AFTER AUDIENCE CONCERN

    Global Road Entertainment is cutting two scenes from the family comedy “Show Dogs” over concerns about a scene where a dog is comfortable...

  • Boxing announcer's biggest fight: battling bipolar disorder By New York Post   -   May 24, 2018

    BOXING ANNOUNCER'S BIGGEST FIGHT: BATTLING BIPOLAR DISORDER

    After the 2015 Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, boxing broadcaster Mauro Ranallo crashed. He had given a triumphant performance calling the...

  • Estranged Teutuls bury the hatchet for ‘American Chopper' reboot By New York Post   -   May 23, 2018

    ESTRANGED TEUTULS BURY THE HATCHET FOR ‘AMERICAN CHOPPER' REBOOT

    The famously feuding Teutuls have called a truce. Paul Teutul Sr. and his son, Paul “Pauly” Jr., will appear together on TV for the...

  • ‘West Wing' and ‘ER' producer won't reboot, thank God By New York Post   -   May 23, 2018

    ‘WEST WING' AND ‘ER' PRODUCER WON'T REBOOT, THANK GOD

    Here is one producer who has no desire to do any revivals, reboots or retreads. How refreshing! John Wells, whose credits include the...