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Best Moments of the 72nd Golden Globes + Full List of Winners



Last night’s 72nd Annual Golden Globes were filled with surprising wins. Boyhood, Birdman and Transparent had an exceptionally good night– taking home the most awards.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the show for the last time, scoring some help from a North Korean Margaret Cho dressed in military attire. The North Korean was introduced as the newest member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and next years host. 

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Their 10-minute opening monologue consisted of some great and not-so-good jokes. Poehler and Fey joked that this years Golden Globes were a celebration of all the movies North Korea was okay with, going on to say that the scandal surrounding The Interview forced all of us to pretend we actually cared about the movie. Preach on. 

One of the jokes that got the loudest reaction surrounded the Bill Cosby sexual allegations scandal. Poehler joked that “Sleeping Beauty” thought she was going only going to get coffee with Bill Cosby, which prompted some claps and some boos. 

Chicago also won big at this years award (which as a Chicagoan I’m super proud of).

Transparent writer and producer Jill Soloway dedicated the shows “Best Television Series” award to Leelah Alcorn, the teenage girl who committed suicide earlier this month.

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Gina Rodriguez of Jane the Virgin took home The CW’s first-ever Golden Globe for “Actress in a Best TV Comedy.” The shock was felt throughout the room as Rodriguez ran to the stage completely baffled.  In an emotional speech–which brought us to tears right along with her–she thanked her cast members and her family. 

This reward is so much more than myself. it represents a culture that wants to see themselves as heroes. My father used to tell me to say every morning to myself it’s a great day. I can and I will. Well Dad, today’s a great day. I can and I did.”

This is your year Gina! Who knew Jane the Virgin–a telenovela about a pregnant virgin–would make such big moves beating out actresses Julia Louis Dreyfus and Taylor Schilling for Orange is the New Black. As a huge CW fan, I couldn’t be more proud! 

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Chicago-native Common and John Legend took home the award for “Best Original Score” for their song Glory in the MLK biopic Selma. Even though the movies events take place years ago, Common’s speech really spoke to what was happening in our world today, making it one of the most emotional and moving speeches of the night.

“As I got to know the people of the Civil Rights Movement, I realized I am the hopeful black woman who was denied her right to vote. I am the caring white supporter who was killed on the front lines of freedom. I am the unarmed black kid who maybe needed a hand but instead was given a bullet. I am the two fallen police officers, murdered in the line of duty. ‘Selma’ has awakened my humanity.”

The 50 Shades of Grey stars made their first appearance together and honestly, the chemistry just wasn’t there. You know how when you ship a couple and they just have that spark? Well, that’s what makes the movie or the show that much better. For this reason, my excitement for the Valentine’s day movie totally fell, even with the new trailer released during the show. 

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Best picture, drama



Actor, Drama

Eddie Redmayne, “The Theory of Everything”


Actress, drama

Julianne Moore, “Still Alice”


Best picture, musical or comedy

 “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

Actor, musical or comedy

Michael Keaton, “Birdman”


Actress, musical or comedy

Amy Adams, “Big Eyes”


Supporting actor

J.K. Simmons, “Whiplash”


Supporting actress

Patricia Arquette, “Boyhood”



Richard Linklater, “Boyhood”



Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo, “Birdman”


Animated film

“How to Train Your Dragon 2”


Foreign language film

“Leviathan” (Russia)


Original song

“Glory” (Selma)


Original score

Johann Johannsson, “The Theory of Everything”


Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award

George Clooney



Series, Drama

“The Affair” (Showtime)


Actor, drama series

Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards” (Netflix)


Actress, drama series

Ruth Wilson, “The Affair” (Showtime)


Series, musical or comedy

“Transparent” (Amazon)


Actor, musical or comedy series

Jeffrey Tambor, “Transparent” (Amazon)


Actress, musical or comedy series

Gina Rodriguez, “Jane the Virgin” (CW)


Miniseries or movie

“Fargo” (FX)


Actor, miniseries or movie

Billy Bob Thornton, “Fargo” (FX)


Actress, miniseries or movie

Maggie Gyllenhaal, “The Honourable Woman” (SundanceTV)


Supporting actor, series, miniseries or movie

Matt Bomer, “The Normal Heart” (HBO)


Supporting actress, series, miniseries or movie

Joanne Froggatt, “Downton Abbey” (PBS)


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‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ Fans, We’ve Got Some Bad News About Season 3



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Summer 2024 is going to be one without Belly, Conrad and Jeremiah. 

During Amazon’s Upfront event on Tuesday, which was attended by writer Jenny Han, Lola Tung, Gavin Casaelgno and Christopher Briney, it was revealed that the highly-anticipated third installment of the series is being delayed, with an expected release next year in 2025. 

While that isn’t ideal for everyone waiting to see how this love triangle pans out (you should probably just read the book, if you haven’t, at this point), there is some good news on the horizon. 

Minimal details about what to expect have been revealed, however, to make up for the long hiatus—season 2 aired its last episode in August 2023 making this a two-year gap—the third installment will come with an expanded episode count: 11 episodes instead of the previous 7 and 8 in season’s 1 and 2, respectively. 

And as an extra little something-something for fans, the official TSITP X account shared a video of the cast playing beach volleyball with the caption, “see you in Cousins in 2025.”

And even better—the series has already begun filming, which means that while there’s a wait, there’s also momentum and excitement. 

As for those who have read the book series—avert your eyes if you haven’t—it’s unclear if the 11 episodes will span the entire third book, We’ll Always Have Summer, which finds Belly making a choice between the brothers—or if it will divert from what’s already been established to something more fitting for television (and maybe even appeases the fandoms a bit more?).

I guess we’ll just have to wait and see! 

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When Is the Season 1 Finale of ‘Tracker’?



When Is the Season Finale of 'Tracker' on CBS?

Tracker, CBS’ new hit series starring This Is Us actor Justin Hartley, was an instant hit amongst audiences after it premiered in February.

And now, 13 episodes later, the first season is coming to an end. 

Fans will have to say goodbye… for now… to Hartley’s Colter Shaw, a lone-wolf survivalist/reward seeker on May 19, 2024, when the series airs its season 1 finale. 

Titled “The Storm,” the 13th episode’s synopsis notes: “Colter investigates the disappearance of two amateur storm chasers that the local police have written off as an accidental drowning; Colter’s expert tracking skills lead him to uncover the seedy underbelly of a small town resort.”

Of course, fans are already looking forward to the episode’s guest star and Hartley’s former co-star Jennifer Morrison, who is just one of several recent A-list appearances on the thriller drama. Earlier episodes of this season saw Supernatural’s Jensen Ackles and Manifest’s Melissa Roxburgh guest star as Colter’s siblings, Russ and Dory Shaw, respectively. 

You can check out the season finale promo below, which finds Colter working against the clock to find his friend’s daughter alongside Morrison’s character. “She could still be alive,” he dramatically concludes as the teaser ends, reminding fans that he never gives up on those he’s helping. 

Many fans hoped for a romantic pairing between Hartley and Morrison, which never happened, but maybe this is their second shot at love. Even though he’s a nomad driven by wanderlust and the need to help citizens and police solve crimes, he still needs a romantic interest. For now, the chemistry has mostly been with Reenie (Fiona Rene), a firecracker lawyer who helps him get out of plenty of close calls, but there’s always a chance he’ll meet the “right one” during one of his many stops across the U.S. that will encourage him to settle down or join him. 

Check out the promo below and tune in next Sunday to see how the first season concludes:

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2024 Fall TV Lineup Has Officially Landed—What to Watch on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and The CW



Summer might be on everyone’s minds, but the fall TV lineup is already taking shape at many of our favorite networks. 

Plenty of fan-favorites will be making their returns when the temps cool down again, including all One Chicago shows, FBI shows, Law & Order and SVU, Ghosts, 9-1-1, and competition shows like The Voice, American Idol, and The Masked Singer. 

There will also be plenty of new shows on tap to check out like comedies Poppa’s House and St. Denis Medical, along with captivating dramas like NCIS: Origins and Murder in a Small Town. 

Fans will have to say goodbye to some of their current faves that didn’t score renewals with their respective networks like ABC’s Not Dead Yet, NCIS: Hawai’i, Quantum Leap, Blue Bloods, and Extended Family.

Many shows will also be held for the midseason lineup—such as The Cleaning Lady, NCIS: Sydney, The Price Is Right at Night and newcomer Watson. 

See the full 2024 Fall TV Lineup from CBS, NBC, Fox, ABC and The CW below:

** New shows will be indicated in CAPS**


8 pm The Neighborhood
8:30 pm POPPA’S HOUSE (new comedy)
9 pm NCIS
10 pm NCIS: ORIGINS (new drama)

8 pm FBI
9 pm FBI: International
10 pm FBI: Most Wanted

8 pm Survivor
9:30 pm THE SUMMIT (new reality show)

8 pm The Price Is Right at Night
9 pm Raid the Cage
10 pm HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (game show reboot)

8 pm Survivor
9:30 pm The Amazing Race

8:30 pm Ghosts
9 pm MATLOCK (new drama)
10 pm Elsbeth

8 pm S.W.A.T.
9 pm Fire Country
10 pm Blue Bloods (final eight episodes)

8 pm NCIS: Sydney (new time slot)
9 pm Fire Country
10 pm S.W.A.T. (new time slot)

8 pm Drama encores
9 pm Drama encores
10 pm 48 Hours

7 pm 60 Minutes
8 pm Tracker (new time slot)
9 pm The Equalizer (new time slot)
10 pm Drama encores

7 pm 60 Minutes
8 pm Tracker (new time slot)
9 pm The Equalizer (new time slot)
10 pm WATSON (new drama)


8 pm The Voice
10 pm BRILLIANT MINDS (new drama)

8 pm ST. DENIS MEDICAL (new comedy)
8:30 pm Night Court
9 pm The Voice
10 pm The Irrational

8 pm Chicago Med
9 pm Chicago Fire
10 pm Chicago P.D.

8 pm Law & Order
9 pm Law & Order: SVU
10 pm Found
8 pm HAPPY’S PLACE (new comedy)
8:30 pm Lopez vs. Lopez
9 pm Dateline NBC

7:30 pm Big Ten Saturday Night

7 pm Football Night in America
8:20 pm NBC Sunday Night Football


8 pm 9-1-1: Lone Star
9 pm RESCUE: HI-SURF (new drama)

8 pm Accused
9 pm MURDER IN A SMALL TOWN (new drama)

8 pm The Masked Singer
9 pm The Floor

8 pm Hell’s Kitchen
9 pm Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test

8 pm Fox College Football Friday/Fox College Hoops/Fox UFL
Reminder: WWE SmackDown moves to USA Network on Sept. 13

7 pm Fox Sports Saturday

7 pm NFL on Fox
7:30 pm The OT / Fox Animation Encores
8 pm The Simpsons
8:30 pm UNIVERSAL BASIC GUYS (new animated comedy)
9 pm Bob’s Burgers
9:30 pm Krapopolis


8 pm Monday Night Football (on select Mondays)

8 pm Dancing With the Stars
10 pm HIGH POTENTIAL (new drama)

9:30 pm Abbott Elementary
10 pm SCAMANDA (new docuseries)

8 pm 9-1-1
9 pm DOCTOR ODYSSEY (new drama)
10 pm Grey’s Anatomy

8 pm Shark Tank
9 pm 20/20

7:30 pm College Football

7 pm America’s Funniest Home Videos
8 pm The Wonderful World of Disney

The CW


8 pm WWE NXT (new network)

8 pm Sullivan’s Crossing Season 2
9 pm JOAN

8 pm Superman & Lois (final season)

8 pm Whose Line Is It Anyway? (Season 13, two new episodes)
9 pm Inside the NFL

8 pm CW Sports Saturday (including ACC and Pac-12 college football, NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff races)

8 pm The CW Sunday Movie Night (including the I Am documentary series)

‘The Cleaning Lady’ Renewal News That Left Fans Seriously Shocked

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