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NCIS Has Found Pauley Perrette's Replacement For Season 16

Diona Reasonover is a relative newcomer to the world of television. After making her debut in a video short in 2011, though, she’s managed to amass 25 credits for a variety of TV shows, made-for-tv movies and additional shorts. Reasonover has appeared in Superstore, Clipped, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Girl Meets World, 2 Broke Girls, Future Man and Grace and Frankie ...

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The Stranger Things Season Three Teaser Hints at Something Big Coming to Hawkins—and a Release Date

The next big thing invading Hawkins, Indiana isn’t a monster from the Upside Down, it’s Starcourt Mall! That’s right, the not-so-sleepy town is getting a new state of the art shopping center complete with a Gap, a Claire’s, a Sam Goody, and a Scoops Ahoy, where Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) appears to be working. The first teaser for Stranger Things ...

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'Stranger Things' Season 3 Promo Introduces a New Mall and a New Character

The first look at Stranger Things season three is here! On Monday, the show’s Twitter account released a nearly 90-second long look at what’s in store for the Netflix series. However, fans shouldn’t expect many plot clues from the clip as the entire promo is a commercial for a mall in Hawkins, Indiana, where the show is set. “A growing patriotic community ...

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'The Flash' Star Danielle Panabaker to Make Her Directorial Debut in Season 5! (Exclusive)

Listen up, The Flash fans – we’ve got some killer news! In addition to returning as S.T.A.R. Labs scientist Caitlin Snow in The CW series’ fifth season, actress Danielle Panabaker will be stepping behind the camera to direct an upcoming episode, ET can exclusively reveal. The 30-year-old star will make her directorial debut in an upcoming episode, but at this point, ...

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The Handmaid's Tale Season Two Got Lost in the Darkness

Season two of The Handmaid’s Tale has been exhausting. There was a moment after the premiere that I admitted, aloud, “I don’t think I can do this again.” The first season of Hulu’s most successful original series followed pretty closely to Margaret Atwood’s novel of the same name, but once June was carted off to an unknown place in the ...

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