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Adam Lanza was on a serious downward spiral in the months before he massacred 26 students and staff at Sandy Hook School, plus his mother and himself on Friday.
“Nancy told me he was burning himself with a lighter. In the ankles or arms or something,” a friend of Adam’s mother, Nancy Lanza, told the New York Daily News. “It was like he was trying… Continue reading Adam Lanza 'Getting Worse, Burning Himself' In Months Before Sandy Hook, Mom Told Pal
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Fans of NBC’s Awake have now had time to process the series finale (watch it below) and form their own theories about where the show would have gone had there been a second season. We asked creator Kyle Killen to weigh in. Here are 10 things you need to know:
1. There really was an accident, this wasn’t all
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The 2o0th episode of NCIS easily dominated the competition in ratings last night with an episode that honored nine years of triumphs and tragedies with Gibbs and his team. But it was no small task for executive producer Gary Glasberg.
“It was really an homage to fans. I hope it works in that respect. It’s very hard to… Continue reading ‘NCIS’ 200th episode: EP talks Sasha Alexander’s ‘return.’ Plus, more behind-the-scenes burning questions answered
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In the summer of 1977, New York was a city in crisis. Paralyzed by a citywide blackout, political strife and the Son of Sam killing spree, the Big Apple was burning. Rising out of this troubled urban landscape to bring hope and inspiration came one of baseball s… Continue reading The Bronx Is Burning
HBO brass got on the phone with EW to talk about their decision to renew Game of Thrones after one episode. Below, HBO co-president Richard Plepler and programming president Michael Lombardo answer some of your burning questions from our comment boards: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What made you decide to renew Thrones? MICHAEL LOMBARDO: It’s a great
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