To celebrate the Oct. 22 Season 8 premiere of The Walking Dead — the series’ 100th episode — Yahoo Entertainment will be posting a new TWD-related story every day through the season opener. The Los Angeles Times’ new Dirty John podcast (which can also be read as a six-part, text story) unfolds the haunting, true story of a woman named Debra Newell, who fell in love with and married a charming sociopath who would eventually menace Debra and her adult children and other family members. The titular “Dirty John” is John Meehan, a man with a laundry list of crimes and a history of threatening violence against women he’d once wooed (until his true personality and personal and work histories were inevitably revealed).
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Are you one of those breakfast cereal consumers who eats all the marshmallows from the Lucky Charms, Frankenberry and Count Chocula, leaving everyone else to deal with the less sugary remains of the box? If so, you may want to snag a package of the Rick and Morty-inspired Strawberry Smiggles, the fake cereal featured in a commercial parody during the Adult Swim show’s “Rixty Minutes” episode. The faux treat has become a real collectible, and a very tasty edible one at that: there’s none of that pesky grain cereal inside, leaving Smiggles eaters with a box full of pastel marshmallow goodness!
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With the premiere of Season 8 just around the corner, here are the most important things to remember about Season 7 of "The Walking Dead."
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“Letty is the sort of character that feels like she can do anything,” Michelle Dockery says. “She’s fearless like that.” Look at the roles the British actress has on the horizon, and it’s clear she and her Good Behavior alter ego have that in common. After six seasons as Lady Mary on Downton Abbey, Dockery signed on to play Letty — a recovering addict and unrepentant thief who hooks up with a hitman (Juan Diego Botto’s Javier) while hoping to someday give her son, Jacob (Nyles Julian Steele), a “normal life.” She remembers the TNT drama’s creator, Chad Hodge, and director of its 2016 pilot, Charlotte Sieling, wrote a manifesto.
Pink dropped by "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen," where she talked about the tumultuous past she shared with fellow pop star Christina Aguilera.
With the FBI, Bratva, and all the other bad guys bearing down on him, Oliver has to decide between being a good dad or being a good Green Arrow.
After contestant Michael Brambila was sent home, fans confused him with the recently deceased Mychael Knight after a poorly placed memorial placard.
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To celebrate the Oct. 22 Season 8 premiere of The Walking Dead — the series’ 100th episode — Yahoo Entertainment will be posting a new TWD-related story every day through the season opener. With a deep bench of talent like the cast of The Walking Dead, it’s no small feat to make an impression with just one appearance.
Homecoming season is upon us, a time for football games and reunions and school dances. With Saturday Night Live off this week, we dug up this clip from 2015 of a very different kind of homecoming dance.
On Tuesday's "Jeopardy!," contestant Manny Abell found himself in third place heading into "Final Jeopardy!" But he shocked everyone with a very unlikely victory.
"CMT Artists of the Year" normally celebrates the biggest names in country music, but in light of recent tragedies, the musicians wanted to make sure the victims and survivors were also recognized.