Television

Whether it’s finding they’re on a losing show or that the part they’re playing on an otherwise decent show just doesn’t suit them, sometimes actors get a bum deal. Yep, this slideshow comes after the fiasco that was True Detective. Those actors got a bum rap if ever we saw one. Related: 13 TV Shows That Need to Crossover Maybe the role looked great on paper, and it’s not living up to the expectations set
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Exclusive TMZ.com Zack Morris superfans can breathe a small sigh of relief … NBC’s “Saved by the Bell” reboot producers aren’t giving up on getting Mark-Paul Gosselaar on board — in fact, he’s in HIGH demand. Which is kinda the problem. Sources connected to the production — which is still in its infancy — tell TMZ … they ARE trying to get Mark-Paul, and they very much WANT him to be part of the show,
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One of the most pure domestic traditions is gathering the kids around the television for family movie night… until things on screen get very unpure. We all have stories of awkward situations from our childhoods where we were trapped in a room with our parents while watching a show or movie where people were doin’ it, and they still give us the shivers. As part of TV Guide’s Sex Ed Week, we asked our staff
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Mark-Paul Gosselaar didn’t get the memo about that Saved By the Bell revival. The actor, who is set to lead Mixed-ish this fall, says he wasn’t invited to appear on the recently announced sequel series starring Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley, Variety reports. “I read it in the trades just like everybody else this morning,” Gosselaar told Variety. “Honestly, I was never approached. I woke up to the news this morning with a kind of
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The investigation into allegations made by The Rookie actress Afton Williamson has ended, and it has found no unlawful or inappropriate behavior.  EXTTI, a third-party firm “recognized for their extensive expertise in investigating allegations of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation in the workplace.” “[W]e have concluded that those identified in Ms. Williamson’s allegations did not conduct themselves in an unlawful manner or demonstrate behavior inappropriate for the workplace,” reads the statement from eOne. “It was also
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