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revenge ashley madekwe leaving season 3 abc Revenge Season 3: Ashley Madekwe will not return

Things are going to be very different in the Hamptons when “Revenge” returns for Season 3 in the fall of 2013. And now it seems that there is a new change in store: Ashley Madekwe will leave the show.

As first reported by Deadline, the “Revenge” producers chose not to renew Madekwe’s option for another season. Apparently, the reasoning behind this is based on

DAN HARMON ‘Community’: Dan Harmon negotiating return for season 5

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Just a few weeks after learning that Community had been renewed for a fifth season, fans may be getting more news to brighten their timeline: The return of creator Dan Harmon.

The mad-scientist showrunner is in negotiations with the show’s studio, Sony TV, to rejoin the community college-set NBC comedy, after being fired last May following a… Continue reading ‘Community’: Dan Harmon negotiating return for season 5

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… well, OK, 30 years ago (on May 25, 1983) in our own galaxy, came the theatrical release of “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi.” The installment triumphantly wrapped up the “Star Wars” saga for all time. Or so we thought.

Little did we know that the movie’s cuddly-but-ferocious Ewoks would soon spawn a cottage industry of spinoffs, or… Continue reading 'Return of the Jedi': 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Original 'Star Wars' Trilogy Finale

last man standing season 2 finale jonathan taylor thomas tim allen abc Last Man Standing Season 2 finale: Was the return of Jonathan Taylor Thomas everything you wanted?

“Last Man Standing” has come to the end of Season 2, and there were hints of changes in the air — daughters moving out, college plans, new jobs… But all of that paled in comparison to the big draw of the season finale: the return of Jonathan Taylor Thomas to television.

In all honesty, getting JTT was a big win for “Last Man Standing.”

Boston and Ben Affleck go together like the Red Sox and Fenway Park, so it makes sense that Warner Bros. would court the director for its latest Boston-based project. But Affleck, who set his first two films (“Gone, Baby, Gone” and “The Town”) in present-day Boston, might need to brush up on his Beantown history before he takes the helm of the movie — it’s based on a book about… Continue reading Ben Affleck for 'Bunker Hill'? Director May Return to Boston for Revolutionary War Film