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Jordan Peele Has a Twilight Zone Reboot in the Works

The Get Out writer and director is bringing back a thriller/sci-fi classic! Jordan Peele is in talks with CBS to reboot the classic series, The Twilight Zone.

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If Star Trek: Discovery Gets a Second Season, We Won’t Be Seeing It Until 2019

Well, there's definitely a big ol' bag of mixed opinions going on over last night's Star Trek: Discovery premiere, but one thing's for sure: According to TVLine, Discovery pulled in 9.6 million viewers, which is an amazing debut! Not only that, but CBS All Access had a record number of sign-ups because of the new show. As I said in my piece earlier today, Trek is back!

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Ooohhh, Come Watch the Lovely, DaVinci-Style Opening Title Sequence for Star Trek: Discovery

Ahead of the series premiere tonight, CBS has shared the delicate, atmospheric opening credits for Star Trek: Discovery.

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Star Trek: Discovery Won’t Let Critics Weigh in Before the Premiere, and There May Be Problems With CBS’ All Access App

Damage report.

Generally, when a property is restricted from advance critical review, that's a sure sign that there's no confidence in its quality and every attempt is being made to dodge bad press.

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Stephen Colbert Performs a Very Serious Investigation of Trump’s Russian Hotel Room—Yeah, THAT One

Stephen Colbert is wrapping up his "Russia week" as the investigation into the Trump campaign's possible collusion with the Russian government continues, and there's one allegation in particular that Colbert is interested in: the pee tape. So, he went to the room where it all supposedly went down.

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President Obama’s “Anger Translator” Returns to Cathartically Mock GOP Trumpcare Failure With Stephen Colbert

The republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act fell apart yesterday when it was too cruel for some Republican members of the Senate and not cruel enough for others. Naturally, as the ACA was President Obama's signature piece of legislation—one Republicans gleefully attached his name to and made it their mission to erase—he has some thoughts that can only be expressed through Keegan-Michael Key's brilliant anger translator character.

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Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park Leave Hawaii Five-0, Citing Unequal Pay With White Co-Stars

The struggle for equality, inclusion, diversity—it's all already begun a long time ago, and it's high time for Hollywood to change at all levels of the industry.

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Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park Will Leave Hawaii Five-0 After CBS Refused to Pay Them As Much As Their White Co-Stars

Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park will both depart Hawaii Five-0 after CBS refused to pay them as much as their white co-stars.

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Bless CBS Sitcom Mom For Donating Their Emmys Campaign Money to Planned Parenthood

This couldn't come at a better time as congress voted to overturn President Obama's protections.

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We. Are. So. Here. For. This. Star. Trek. Discovery. Trailer. Let’s Talk About All the Cool New Stuff!

Yesterday was a big day for Trek fans. Not only did we get a first image from the production, but at the CBS Upfront presentation, the network championed their upcoming offering, Star Trek: Discovery, with some pretty big reveals—not the least of which is the first trailer after the jump!

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CBS Tries to Defend Its Lack of Women and POC Because Listening to Criticism Is Just Too Hard, Apparently

Putting the BS in CBS

CBS' new line of pilots features all male leads, all but one of whom are white, and all male showrunners. But they insist they're 'moving in the right direction.'

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Things We Saw Today: Star vs. the Forces of Evil Delivers Disney’s First Animated Same-Sex Kisses

In the Star vs. the Forces of Evil episode "Just Friends," we see the first animated same-sex kisses in a Disney property, thanks to Disney XD.

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Cats Take Over for the Star Trek Crew in a Bold New Illustrated Book

For those who love both Star Trek and cats, I think I've found the book of your dreams.

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Uh Oh. Star Trek: Discovery Just Got Delayed, With No New Premiere Date in Sight

Star Trek: Discovery, the upcoming CBS TV show starring Sonequa Martin-Green of The Walking Dead, was on track to premiere in May of this year. Unfortunately, though, that premiere date has just gotten pushed back... indefinitely. Or, at least, there's no new announced premiere date on the horizon.

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“Charlie X”: 1966 Star Trek Episode Perfectly Demonstrates How to Deal With Donald Trump

With pundits acting like Donald Trump's rise is a brand new phenomenon, let's look back to a Star Trek episode that demystifies it and reveals him for exactly what he is: a childish bully.

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Sherlock Honest Trailer Unveils the Mystery of Watson’s “Adorable Little Run”

Sometimes you just have to laugh at the things and people you love.

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Chris Pratt To Guest on Mom as Anna Faris’ Love Interest

It'll be Pratt's first appearance on the show Mom since its premiere in 2013, though it's not the first time the real-life couple have starred together.

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Apparently, the Star Trek Fan Film Lawsuit Isn’t Over Yet

Looks like J.J. Abrams might have spoken too soon when he addressed the ongoing copyright lawsuit between CBS/Paramount and Axanar Productions.

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CBS Plans to ‘Do Better’ At Diversifying Their White Male Lineup

Because everything is better with color.

During this year’s Upfronts, I and many others noticed something strange yet so very typical about CBS’s fall lineup—all five of their new shows featured white male leads. This isn’t a particularly groundbreaking revelation but it’s exhausting after having such an open conversation about diversity. It seems CBS is finally listening to the exasperated voices saying, “Really? This again?” and has pledged to “do better” at diversifying their lineup.

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New Show, New Ship: Star Trek: Discovery is Coming To CBS

Now let's just all agree on the abbreviation for this thing. DSC? ST...D?

While the full panel hasn't been made available yet, a first look at Star Trek: Discovery (the official name of the new show) was provided to panel attendees and then quickly released online under the show's new Twitter account.

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