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By Alexis Tereszcuk – Radar Entertainment Editor

It’s war! The Church of Scientology has hit back against the Vanity Fair expose that claimed to reveal deep secrets of the church and Tom Cruise with a scathing letter to the magazine’s publisher in which they call the journalist a bigot and dismiss the allegations in the article as defamatory.

The eight-page letter was sent to Graydon Carter on August 16, 2012… Continue reading It's War! Church Of Scientology Calls Vanity Fair Writer 'Bigot' Over Tom Cruise Controversy

A pair of romantic comedies highlight the home entertainment releases this week. At one end of the spectrum is the low-key but thoroughly entertaining indie ‘Beginners,’ a funny and sad tale of a commitment-phobic young man whose father comes out of the closet in his 70s just before being diagnosed with terminal cancer. At the other end is the lackluster ‘Larry Crowne,’ a star-studded studio production about a middle-aged man… Continue reading New on DVD and Blu-ray, Week of Nov. 15: 'Beginners,' 'Larry Crowne,' 'My Fair Lady' and 'West Side Story'

David Tutera is at it again this season on My Fair Wedding. A new batch of blushing brides will have their dreams come true after the wedding wizard works his magic, and I’m R.S.V.Ping now.

In this exclusive first look at the new season, we get glimpses at some of the season’s weddings, one of which includes a living 100-foot… Continue reading ‘My Fair Wedding’: David Tutera makes more dreams come true in season 5! — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

I was hard on The Big C over the course of its first season, because I saw so much unrealized potential. The series I wanted to see didn’t show up until Season 2, which—despite some late-in-the-game fumbles—was a massive improvement over the first. Cathy became a compelling, realistic, not wacky-for-the-sake-of-being-wacky character. Not to mention the fact that all of the supporting characters, who were unsympathetic drags for most of the… Continue reading The Big C's Season 2 Finale: Life, Sadly, Isn't Fair

Rescue Me went out on a relative high note in the ratings: The show’s final episode delivered 2.3 million viewers — the show’s most-watched episode since 2007. On A&E, Storage Wars hit an all-time series high, verging into crazy-ratings Pawn Stars territory. A total of 5.3 million viewers tuned in for the 10:30 p.m. episode.

Meanwhile over on Syfy, new docu-horror reality series Paranormal Witness was no Ghost Hunters