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Updated: 2014-10-27T20:00:00Z

 



'The Walking Dead' Season 5, episode 4 preview reveals Beth's location

2014-10-27T20:00:00Z

The cannibals might be killed on "The Walking Dead," but could something worse be on the way? After Season 5, episode 3's cliffhanger ending, the preview for episode 4, "Slabtown," finally reveals where Beth is.RELATED: "The Walking Dead" gains Tyler James Williams as mysterious NoahShe is clearly in a city, and seems to be in a medical facility. With the bandages on her arms, it could be that blood was being drawn for her. But to what end? Who are these people who have taken Beth hostage, and is for good or evil purposes?The synopsis for episode 4 reads: "Things appear safe and nice, but there is a bit of a dark side for another group of survivors."Why do you think Beth was taken?... The cannibals might be killed on "The Walking Dead," but could something worse be on the way? After Season 5, episode 3's cliffhanger ending, the preview for episode 4, "Slabtown," finally reveals where Beth is. (image)



'Gotham': 10 Batman villains you won't see in Season 1

2014-10-27T19:00:00Z

Since its premiere, "Gotham" has introduced quite a few iconic villains from the Batman universe. Thus far, Riddler, Penguin, Poison Ivy and Catwoman have all made their initial debuts in Gotham City. What's more, Joker, Two-Face and Mr. Freeze have all been promised in the future.That's pretty much covering the entire spectrum of well-known, popular Batman villains. Instead of asking which Batman villains will be introduced in Season 1, the better question -- with a shorter list of answers -- is which villains won't be introduced. Below you'll find 10 likely suspects, with reasons ranging from "they just wouldn't work" to legalities getting in the way.RELATED:'Gotham' EP Danny Cannon says Mr. Freeze is coming, but should he?1. The VentriloquistThe ventriloquist is a quiet old man who is slave to a maniacal gangster puppet named Scarface. While he works in the "Batman" comics and "Batman: The Animated Series," he is just a bit too outlandish for... "Gotham" is introducing many of Batman's most-feared adversaries. Which villains definitely won't appear on the show, though? (image)



John Oliver gives viewers a Halloween treat by going after added sugar

2014-10-27T18:45:14Z

It's the most sugary week of the year -- Halloween. To celebrate the occasion, John Oliver devoted a segment of "Last Week Tonight" on Oct. 26 to the sugar industry, which stands to make $2.2 billion in candy sales this year on Halloween candy alone.RELATED: John Oliver challenges news outlets to use 'real animals, fake paws' for Supreme Court reenactmentsFood companies are currently being asked by the FDA to declare how much added sugar they put into their foods. Needless to say, the lobbyist groups for these foods are not happy about it and the FDA has been flooded with letters of complaint. Oliver cites letters from various companies including the National Yogurt Association and Ocean Spray. The latter of which claims they need added sugar to make their cranberry juice taste more "palatable." John Oliver makes it clear that he's as into sugar as everyone else, but if food companies are going to shove it... John Oliver takes on the sugar industry in the Oct. 26 episode of "Last Week Tonight" and demands that if food companies are going to add sugar to their foods they should be up front with the amount they are feeding to the world. He's titling the movement #ShowUsYourPeanuts. (image)



OK Go's 15 most impressive 'I Won't Let You Down' choreography achievements

2014-10-27T18:30:00Z

OK Go put out a new music video on "Today" on Oct. 27, and it did not disappoint.The band already conquered treadmills in "Here It Goes Again"and mind tricks in "The Writing's On the Wall," but the choreography in the new video "I Won't Let You Down" seriously boggles the mind. Here are the 15 most impressive moments, presented in GIF form.1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. ... OK Go put out a new music video on Oct. 27, and it did not disappoint. The choreography in the new video "I Won't Let You Down" seriously boggles the mind. Here are the 15 most impressive moments, presented in GIF form. (image)



Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell do us all a favor and split

2014-10-27T18:15:23Z

It appears not even "Couples Therapy"could save former "Bachelor" Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell's relationship.Us Weekly reports the pair have officially split, and there is a ton of evidence to support it. First signs the couple was officially done-zo came Sunday, Oct. 26 when the final rose winner unfollowed Galavis on Twitter and Facebook. This was followed by a super snarky comment posted on Instagram seemingly aimed at her beau saying, "Isn't it pathetic how we waste so much time on certain people and in the end they prove that they weren't even worth a second of it. Nope, not one single second." Nope not one single second.✋A photo posted by Nikki Ferrell (@nikki_ferrell) on Oct 10, 2014 at 6:03pm PDTA source tells Us the split was not mutual and that it was Ferrell who finally pulled the trigger on the relationship. Galavis reportedly unfollowed and re-followed his former girlfriend several times Sunday, in addition to... It appears not even "Couples Therapy" could save former "Bachelor" Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell's relationship. (image)



Taylor Swift assumes people know she's bringing the crazy to 'The Voice'

2014-10-27T17:00:00Z

Taylor Swift certainly has a voice and knows how to use it ... and appropriately, she's now using it on "The Voice."In the week of the debut of her fifth album, "1989," the hugely popular and successful singer-songwriter joins the NBC talent competition. She'll appear in the Knockout Round episodes airing Monday, Oct. 27 and Tuesday, Oct. 28 (and also on Monday, Nov. 3), as the sole adviser to the aspiring artists chosen by this season's mentor/judges: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams."Things are insanely cool right now," the friendly Swift tells Zap2it with what passes for a giggle. "I can't complain." That encompasses her "Voice" stint, of which she reports, "I didn't know anything about what I would have to be doing before I showed up. I felt a little scared about telling people what to do, because I've never felt comfortable critiquing other people."However, Swift notes she found the Carson... "Things are insanely cool right now," the friendly Taylor Swift says with what passes for a giggle. "I can't complain." That encompasses her "Voice" stint, of which she reports, "I didn't know anything about what I would have to be doing before I showed up." (image)



5 things to know about 'Fake Off' before the series premiere

2014-10-27T14:00:00Z

There's a new dance competition coming to town, but it's not like the other dance battle shows -- well, not exactly. There's still a panel of judges and the audience votes for their favorite teams, but the crews that compete on "Fake Off" have to impress their audiences with a talent for "faking it." How does that work? Here's what you need to know.'Faking it' is a new term, but the dancing is not"[Faking is] like illusions that people have been doing, you know, I think around the world for a while now. It's the idea of taking some - a new theme and interpreting themselves. But I think we wanted to use the word faking because it's kind of like a new thing as far as the performance on this stage," performance judge and "Glee" alum Harry Shum Jr. explains via conference call. "Shadow puppetry, black light, or video mapping, you know, that's... "Fake Off" is a new dance competition show premiering on Oct. 27 on TruTV. What is faking it though and who are the judges? Zap2it tells you everything you need to know before the show premieres. (image)



'A Different World' will be the next reboot on the block, if Debbie Allen has her way

2014-10-27T13:30:09Z

In a world where television and movie cast reunions are all the rage and nostalgia is what's for dinner, Oprah Winfrey's "Where Are They Now?" is an entryway to all of the memories that come rushing through when the aforementioned reunions take place and the nostalgia takes hold. That is of course the case in this latest installment of the anthology series, this time taking on the task of reuniting the cast of "A Different World."RELATED:'Oprah: Where Are They Now?' Season 5 premiere: Raven-Symone refuses to be labeledThe subject of a "Different World" reboot is broached in the reunion when Debbie Allen makes a surprise appearance and mentions that even Bill Cosby wants her to bring the show back.We do want to bring back the show.. Just trying to get over a few legal snags #ADifferentWorld #WhereAreTheyNow-- Debbie Allen (@msdebbieallen) October 27, 2014 The "Cosby Show" spin-off ended in 1993 after six seasons, but nothing really... In a world where television and movie cast reunions are all the rage and nostalgia is what's for dinner, Oprah Winfrey's "Where Are They Now?" is an entryway to all of the memories that come rushing through when the aforementioned reunions take place and the nostalgia takes hold. That is of course the case in this latest installment of the anthology series, this time taking on the task of reuniting the cast of "A Different World." (image)



'The Walking Dead' Season 5: Who is Daryl about to reveal?

2014-10-27T13:00:00Z

"The Walking Dead" Season 5 is falling into a bit of a pattern: Dramatic episode ends in dramatic cliffhanger. In episode 1, it was the reveal of Morgan following Rick's group weeks after the Terminus incident. In episode 2, it was Gareth and the Hunters taking and eating Bob. In episode 3, it's Daryl about to bring someone out of the woods.But who could that person be? It's a question that's going to taunt fans of "The Walking Dead" for the week until episode 4 airs. Since "Slabtown" is going to reintroduce Beth into the Season 5 story, it's fair to assume Daryl's reveal could tie back to her. Here's Zap2it's guesses of the person Daryl is about to introduce.1. BethWhat better way to make episodes 3 and 4 go full circle than to have "Slabtown" tell Beth's story only to end with her being reintroduced to the group in a scene matching the end... "The Walking Dead" Season 5 is falling into a bit of a pattern: Dramatic episode ends in dramatic cliffhanger. In episode 3, it's Daryl about to bring someone out of the woods. But who could that person be? (image)



'Death Comes to Pemberley': There's a killer on the loose, and Jane Austen can't help you now

2014-10-27T12:30:53Z

No, zombies haven't set out to attack Jane Austen's work yet again. It's simply"Death Come to Pemberley," a two-part mini-series and murder mystery that takes place six years after the famous courtship of Elizabeth and Darcy from "Pride and Prejudice." PBS' "Masterpiece Mystery!" has just aired the first part of this mini-series, and the biggest question isn't "whodunit?" but instead: Do they get it?By "it," that is of course the characters of "Pride and Prejudice." While "Death Comes to Pemberley" is in theory a different story (the novel is more of a pastiche, written by P.D. James, not Jane Austen), it's still contingent on the pre-existing characters. So the assumption would be that the spirit of the characters would remain in such a story.Matthew Rhys fits the Mr. Darcy archetype just right, with enough of the quiet intensity that the character is known for mixed in with the general affable nature of Rhys to show... No, zombies haven't set out to attack Jane Austen's work yet again. It's simply "Death Come to Pemberley," a two-part mini-series and murder mystery that takes place six years after the famous courtship of Elizabeth and Darcy from "Pride and Prejudice." (image)



'Once Upon a Time': Emma and the Snow Queen share a past connection

2014-10-27T05:45:00Z

It turns out that August wasn't the only person from the magical world that Emma interacted with before she found her way to Storybrooke.Half of the Oct. 26 episode of "Once Upon a Time" gave a glimpse into Emma's life as a foster child -- one of the rare times the show has chosen to explore the past of the real world. As Emma bonded with another alleged foster child on the run fans were able to see part of what lead to Emma's intense trust issues and why the need for her to have family and friends she can rely on are so important. The most important information came in the final moments though when a recovered video recording reveals that the Snow Queen and Emma knew each other years before Emma found out she was the The Savior. The footage showed Emma goofing around with her friend before switching to her being taunted by... It turns out that Emma and the Ice Queen knew each other long before Emma discovered the magic world in Storybrooke. The Ice Queen was present at one of Emma's former foster homes -- but can the connection be good? (image)



'Botched' Show & Tell: Kimber James is in a 'much happier place'

2014-10-27T04:01:30Z

After a season of reconstructions, additions, subtractions, and rejected patients, Mario Menounos sits down with Doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif for the "Botched" reunion special. Prospective patients that were rejected by the plastic surgery duo and successful patients alike join the show to talk about why they feel the need to alter their appearance and how far they are all willing to go before health concerns stop them (or not).A Justin Bieber lookalike, a women with breasts so large her children won't go out in public with her, and a self-proclaimed "house husband" with over one hundred cosmetic surgeries are all accused of body dysmorphia and not knowing when the right time to end things might be. They deflect accusations of "too much" and "listen to your doctors" as if that is what they do all day long (it is definitely what they do all day long) and generally fail to entertain the thought... 'Botched' Show & Tell: Kimber James is in a 'much happier place' (image)



'Boardwalk Empire' ends with a bang

2014-10-27T03:30:17Z

'Boardwalk Empire' ended after five seasons with Sunday's (Oct. 26th) series finale, ably wrapping up most of, if not all, lingering storylines from the final run of the series. In the end, it comes down to choices. Why the choices are made at all, whose benefit they are made for, and where you end up because of your decisions in the long run.For some, it turns out adequately. Margaret learns a new way to make money - not a particularly legal way, but who's to judge - and is comfortable with the morality of it all. She gets to push the limit of legal parameters without outright doing anything wrong and still getting to experience the thrill of making money the dirty way. Eli is left alone in his shack by the sea, but in possession of a bag of money and the knowledge that he got to see his brother one last time before... 'Boardwalk Empire' ends its five season run with a bang (image)



Would you watch an Elsbeth Tascioni-centric 'Good Wife' spinoff? Vote now!

2014-10-27T02:30:41Z

"The Good Wife" is known for the cavalcade of recurring guest stars that populate its fictional Chicago legal world. One of the most fun is Carrie Preston as Elsbeth Tascioni, a quirky-but-brilliant attorney who recently joined with Rayna Hecht (Jill Hennessy) to form their own law firm. With Preston's popularity among "Good Wife" fans and Hennessy's fanbases from her time on "Law & Order" and "Crossing Jordan," the pairing seems ripe for a spinoff, which Preston tells Zap2it she would be all for. "That would be fun, lots of people have expressed their interest in some kind of a spinoff," says Preston. "I'm very flattered by that. No one who has the authority to actually do that has spoken to me about it, but I like to think that the fans imagine scenes between Elsbeth and all of her various relationships. It would be fun to see her off on her own."RELATED: Elsbeth finds AUSA... Carrie Preston thinks an Elsbeth Tascioni-centric "Good Wife" spinoff would be a lot of fun. What do you think? (image)



'Homeland': 'Is there no line, Carrie?'

2014-10-27T02:05:00Z

All it took was two sex sessions and a sob story about Brody and Francis before Carrie managed to crack Aayan in "Homeland." But by episode 5 of Season 4, "About a Boy," it's clear Carrie Mathison has lost her soul for the sake of "the cause." Is this really what the writers have turned "Homeland's" complex heroine into?It wasn't the irresponsibly sent drone strike that made it clear Carrie lost her humanity, or the fact that she dragged Quinn back into the field with no care for his own safety. It was her total play of Aayan that solidified her as the most hateful person on "Homeland."Everyone else on her team, from Fara to Saul, is trying to play the game by Carrie's rules. But she is playing by rules no one else can truly stick to, as she expects her lackeys to follow her on a course she isn't even leading. In this... All it took was two sex sessions and a sob story about Brody and Francis before Carrie managed to crack Aayan in "Homeland." But by episode 5 of Season 4, "About a Boy," it's clear Carrie Mathison has lost her soul for the sake of "the cause." Is this really what the writers have turned "Homeland's" complex heroine into? (image)