Christina El MoussaLike many celebrity moms, Flip or Flop star Christina El Moussa cannot escape the mommy-shamers.
Some people voiced disapproval over a photo she posted on Instagram Friday, which showed a…

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Showtime’s “American Jihad” looks at the roots of homegrown terrorism through the stories of the young American citizens behind such deadly attacks as the Boston Marathon bombing and the Orlando, Fla., nightclub shooting.

The 90-minute documentary, narrated by Liev Schreiber (“Ray Donovan”), goes…

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Smart and measured Showtime documentary ‘American Jihad’ examines roots of home-grown terrorism

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Ransom Five teenagers playing a smartphone game are lured into a deadly trap in an abandoned building in France. Luke Roberts, Sarah Green and Brandon Jay McLaren star in this new episode, and Camille Langer, Boyd Ferguson, Britta Meier, Simon Holman and Logan Smythe guest star. 8 p.m….

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Saturday’s TV highlights and weekend talk: ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ on HBO

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One of the many powers held by a historic music venue like the Forum in Inglewood — which has seen celebrated concerts by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen and Prince — is that of a time machine.

Capable of transporting an audience back to a summer when it first heard a favorite song…

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‘Game of Thrones’ live experience transforms Forum into Westeros for the night

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Sure, rom-com enthusiasts might be having all the feels now that the “sequel” to 2003’s “Love Actually” has been unveiled (for some of us, at least), but Andrew Lincoln has a bone to pick.

“I don’t say anything!” Lincoln playfully cracked during a recent sit-down to discuss “The Walking Dead.”…

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‘Love Actually’ mini-sequel keeps it written in the cards

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Bethenny Frankel, Andy Cohen, The Bethenny ShowIt’s hard to make it in television–it’s even harder to last.
Such was the case for a dozen stars who tried their hand at hosting their own talk shows, but ultimately did not…

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Over in a TV Minute: Talk Shows You Forgot Ever Happened

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‘Hotel Beau Séjour’ on Netflix: This worthy new addition to a crowded streaming field of moody European crime thrillers adds a twist by placing the victim at the center of the investigation. Set in a dreary (though surprisingly motocross-obsessed) corner of Belgium, it hinges on a young…

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Overrated/Underrated: The Shins’ ‘Heartworms’ buries its strengths while ‘Hotel Beau Séjour’ is worth checking out

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SUNDAY

Where’d everybody go? The strange disappearance of settlers in Colonial-era Virginia is revisited in “Roanoke: A Mystery Carved in Stone” and the follow-up special “Return to Roanoke: Search for the Seven.” 8 and 9 p.m. History Channel

Gothic girls: The fact-based 2016 drama “To Walk Invisible:…

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TV This Week, March 26-April 1: ‘Bones,’ Harlots’ and more

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Tangled: The Series Rapunzel and Cassandra go to a wizard’s cottage to learn what has happened to Rapunzel’s hair in the premiere of this animated series. 7:30 p.m. Disney

Grimm The dark prophecy appears to be nearing fulfillment when a sinister force arrives in Portland with its eyes…

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Friday’s TV highlights: ‘Crossroads’ on CMT

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ESC: Selena GomezSay hello to spring’s newest It shoe!
Selena Gomez stepped out the other day in Robert Clergerie mules of a different nature: flats! And of all the trends coming down the fashion…

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Grey's Anatomy, Kelly McCrearyPoor Maggie Pierce has no idea what she’s about to be hit with.
With Grey’s Anatomy returning to Grey Sloan Memorial after last week’s sojourn to Montana for a little Japril…

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Tyra BanksTyra’s back, and she’s smizing on a much larger stage this time.
Even before she announced her return to the on-camera helm of America’s Next Top Model, it was revealed that…

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Get Your First Look at Tyra Banks as the New Host of America’s Got Talent

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Kate MiddletonKate Middleton expressed her sympathy Thursday for those affected by the recent terror attack in London, before speaking candidly about another issue close to her heart: Motherhood.
A…

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Nicole Kidman, Lena Dunham, Penelope CruzLena Dunham may have sparked a new series of conversations about onscreen nudity when it became apparent that, as Hannah on Girls, she was going to be unabashedly naked when it suited the…

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Nicole Kidman, Lena Dunham, Penelope CruzLena Dunham may have sparked a new series of conversations about onscreen nudity when it became apparent that, as Hannah on Girls, she was going to be unabashedly naked when it suited the…

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“It’s 1763. London is booming, and one in five women makes a living selling sex.”

The opening words of Hulu’s new series, “Harlots,” are there to make it clear that this is one British television drama that won’t be sipping tea in the drawing room. Nor will it be passing judgment on the many working…

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Hulu’s ‘Harlots’ challenges the typical TV depiction of prostitutes as nameless sidekicks or props

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Nicole Kidman, Lena Dunham, Penelope CruzLena Dunham may have sparked a new series of conversations about onscreen nudity when it became apparent that, as Hannah on Girls, she was going to be unabashedly naked when it suited the…

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Nicole Kidman, Lena Dunham, Penelope CruzLena Dunham may have sparked a new series of conversations about onscreen nudity when it became apparent that, as Hannah on Girls, she was going to be unabashedly naked when it suited the…

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MulanMulan without music?
As Mushu said in the 1998 animated feature, “That’s it! Dishonor! Dishonor on your whole family! Dishonor on you. Dishonor on your cow…” (You get the…

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Disney’s Live-Action Mulan May Include Music After All

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Queen Elizabeth IIQueen Elizabeth will no longer visit the New Scotland Yard tomorrow.
The royal’s engagement to open the Metropolitan Police’s new headquarters in Scotland Yard on Thursday has…

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Chuck Barris, who died Tuesday at the age of 87, was an American wildflower genius, a creator and producer of game shows, including “The Dating Game” and “The Newlywed Game,” and eventually the host of one, “The Gong Show.”

He was also a one-hit songwriter — Freddy Cannon took his “Palisades Park”…

A man of many guises, Chuck Barris was often ahead of his time

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Emma WatsonAre you stuck in the pit of despair after someone broke your heart? These celebs may help lift you up.
Emma Watson, Paula Patton and Jenny Slate are several stars who have spoken candidly…

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7 Ways Celebs Have Coped After Breakups (That May Inspire You)

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In a small North Carolina town, a white mother grieves. Her teenage son, a college student, has been shot and killed in a confrontation with a black sheriff’s deputy. Her tears fall on the suit she is ironing for him to wear in his coffin.

Across town, an African American mother grieves. She has…

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‘Shots Fired’ creators want to ‘put a human face’ on the volatile issue of police shootings

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Styled an “event series,” Fox’s “Shots Fired” seems to want to get to something big about Who We Are As a People — to engage, like ABC’s “American Crime” or FX’s “American Crime Story,” with big ideas about race and class and justice. (The credits feature an American flag whose stripes are made…

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Fox’s ‘Shots Fired’ lumbers through its big issues but is diverting as a cop show

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Chuck Barris, creator of shows like “The Newlywed Game” and popular host of “The Gong Show,” has died. He was 87. As the 2002 biographical film “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” was set to debut, The Times’ Roy Rivenburg sat down with Barris to talk.

After two decades of self-imposed exile in southern…

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Chuck Barris: The man with the dangerous mind returns

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