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A New Kind of Buddy Movie
BRYAN CRANSTON HAS morphed into various characters on screen—the manipulative teacher–turned–drug kingpin on Breaking Bad, a hapless dad on Malcolm in the Middle, the politically stressed former U.S. president Lyndon B. Johnson in All the Way—but he’
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Life’s a Beach
On Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club (debuting Jan. 8 at 8 p.m. on MTV), the Mean Girls star, 32, takes another stab at reality TV—and this time she’s running a day club.
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Inside Job
EW exclusively reveals the authors behind the anticipated (and Hollywood-ready) debut novel The Woman Inside—a marital saga so pitch-black it makes Gone Girl look like the romance of the decade.
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Brooklyn Nine-nine
NETWORK NBC DATE 1.10 TIME 9PM GENRE RETURNING COMEDY THEY HAD NINE-NINE PROBLEMS, BUT A FERVENT fan base wasn’t one. When Fox canceled Andy Samberg’s police comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine in May, upset viewers (including Lin-Manuel Miranda and Mark H
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Getting Tipsy
Drunk History’s season 6 premiere (Jan. 15 at 10 p.m. on Comedy Central) scares up famous faces and reveals the unlikely origin story of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
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State Like Sleep
STARRING Katherine Waterston, Michael Shannon DIRECTED BY Meredith Danluck RATING NR | LENGTH 1 hr., 44 mins. STATE LIKE SLEEP FEELS LIKE AN appropriate title for a movie that unfolds with the woozy, artfully composed disorientation of a dream—sli
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Sex Education
DATE Launches Jan. 11 TIME Streaming NETWORK Netflix POOR OTIS CAN’T MASTURBATE. IT SHOULD BE SIMPLE—he’s a high school boy, after all—but he’s repulsed by the mere idea of it. What he can do is talk to teens about their sexual hang-ups, using
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Stan & Ollie
STARRING John C. Reilly, Steve Coogan DIRECTED BY Jon S. Baird RATING PG | LENGTH 1 hr., 37 mins. AT THE OPENING OF STAN & OLLIE, a charming, bittersweet snapshot of the final days of the Hollywood slapstick duo Laurel and Hardy, the two comedy le
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Star Trek: Discovery
NETWORK CBS ALL ACCESS DATE 1.17 TIME STREAMING GENRE RETURNING DRAMA THERE’S A SPOCK. THERE’S a Captain Pike. And there’s even a USS Enterprise. Season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery has more in common with the franchise’s fan-favorite original serie
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NETWORK POP DATE 2. 21 TIME 10PM GENRE NEW DRAMA True Blood alum Anna Paquin, 36, executive-produces and stars as a celebrity publicist and crisis manager on this new drama How would you describe Flack? It’s about an American publicist living i
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Going Out With A Bang
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NETWORK BET DATE 2.12 TIME 10PM GENRE NEW COMEDY Co-creator Lena Waithe knows the pressure is high for Boomerang. The Chi mastermind’s new series is a spin-off of the 1992 movie starring Eddie Murphy, Halle Berry, and Robin Givens, and is part of
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Lip Reading
Lip Sync Battle hosts Chrissy Teigen, 33, and LL Cool J, 50, tease a star-studded fifth season (premiering Jan. 17 at 9 p.m. on Paramount Network).
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Deadly Class
NETWORK SYFY DATE 1.16 TIME 10PM GENRE DRAMA AFTER MAKING US BELIEVE IN ROMANCE again in Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Lana Condor is stepping to the bad side for her latest role. Based on a graphic novel from Rick Remender and Wes
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12 Can’t-miss Tours Of 2019
From Mariah Carey’s Caution World Tour to Meek Mill’s Championships victory lap, here are a dozen acts you should check out on stage over the next 12 months.
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BEST-SELLING AUTHORS RECEPTOR BY ALAN GLYNN THRILLER E A Glynn’s sequel to The Dark Fields (the inspiration for the film Limitless starring Bradley Cooper) grippingly imagines the origins of MDT-48—the series’ infamous “smart drug,” which realizes
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Best Picture Predictions
With blockbusters like A Star Is Born and Black Panther leading the Best Picture race, this may be the most-watched Oscars in years.
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A Little Help From His Friends
Country Music Hall of Famer Ronnie Milsap recruited a bevy of stars (Kacey Musgraves, George Strait, Dolly Parton, and more) for his new album, The Duets (out Jan. 18). EW chats with the icon—and a couple of his duet partners—about the staying power
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DATE Premieres Jan. 15 | TIME 10:30 p.m. NETWORK Comedy Central THE NEWS NETWORK RUNS A report about the 10 Hottest Atrocities. An executive demands some marketable new addictions. Human Resources has a binder full of Acceptable Female Tones for th
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Year-End Splash
Holiday returns aren’t just for ugly socks and sweaters: A multitude of surprising numbers—like for the underwater adventure Aquaman—slid in at the box office during the final weeks of 2018.
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The 2018 Box Office Awards
HUGEST HEROES Avengers: Infinity War ($2 billion worldwide), Black Panther ($1.3 billion): Marvel had the two biggest movies of the year, with two of its most successful titles of all time. (Bonus: The latter is nominated for Best Picture [Drama] at
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I Am The Night
NETWORK TNT DATE 1.28 TIME 9PM GENRE NEW DRAMA WHEN PRODUCTION WRAPPED ON WONDER WOMAN, director Patty Jenkins and actor Chris Pine weren’t ready to say goodbye, so the two decided to find another project to work on while waiting for their movie’
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Roswell, New Mexico
NETWORK THE CW DATE 1.15 TIME 9PM GENRE NEW DRAMA ALIENS HAVE LANDED IN NEW MEXICO...again. Almost 17 years after Roswell—the WB/UPN sci-fi series about a couple of star-crossed teen lovers (one alien, one human)—ended, a new adaptation of the po
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The Other Two
NETWORK COMEDY CENTRAL DATE 1. 24 TIME 10:30PM GENRE NEW COMEDY SIBLING RIVALRY IS INEVITABLE. But imagine how complicated it gets when your younger brother becomes a Justin Bieber-esque YouTube celebrity overnight. That’s the gist of this new ha
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BY Leila Slimani PAGES 209 | GENRE Fiction REVIEW BY Leah Greenblatt @Leahbats THE FRENCH ARE DIFFERENT from you and me. When Leila Slimani’s Chanson Douce—an exquisitely crafted portrait of creeping madness and child murder set in contemporary Pa
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True Detective
NETWORK HBO DATE 1.13 TIME 9PM GENRE RETURNING DRAMA FOR THE THIRD SEASON OF HIS ANTHOLOGY crime drama, True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto pitched Mahershala Ali a supporting role—but Ali had something else in mind. “I didn’t respond strongly
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What to Watch
WATCH IT LIVE! Everyone will be talking about it tomorrow MONDAY JANUARY 7 Season Premiere The Bachelor 8–11PM | ABC Former NFL player Colton Underwood thought he found love in season 14 of The Bachelorette. He looked again for the right woman
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The Must List
1 TV GROWN-ISH Vacation is over for Yara Shahidi’s Zoey as she faces the challenges of being a college sophomore (the roommates! the relationships!). In the colorful black-ish spin-off’s new season, there isn’t a slump in sight. (Freeform, Wednesda
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Black Monday
NETWORK SHOWTIME DATE 1.20 TIME 10PM GENRE NEW COMEDY THIRTY-ONE YEARS AFTER the worst stock market crash in Wall Street history, we’re finally getting answers thanks to this new Showtime series, which flashes back to 1980s New York to follow the
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Meghan TraiNoR
With her third studio effort, the 24-year-old singer turned making an album into a family affair. The result is a disco-party-anthem-infused pop delight.
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