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Did CBS Off Two Wives With One Stone? Was DWTS Routine Too Racy? Did Superstore Stun? And More Qs

Did CBS Off Two Wives With One Stone? Was DWTS Routine Too Racy? Did Superstore Stun? And More Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Blue Bloods, The Big Bang Theory, Dancing With the Stars and You’re the Worst!

1 | Seeing as both shows are set in New York, is it safe to say that Kevin Can Wait‘s Donna was working alongside Blue BloodsLinda on that medevac helicopter? (#TooSoonX2?)

RelatedBlue Bloods Bombshell: Amy Carlson Opens Up About Premiere Twist

2 | Did everyone catch Hawaii Five-0‘s person of interest using the name “Mick St. John” — as
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Emmys 2016 – Game of Thrones bags 23 nominations - as it happened

Game of Thrones reigned again with 23 nods while it was a great morning for The People v Oj Simpson, which managed 22, the biggest haul for a debut series since ER

Game of Thrones dominates Emmy awards list with 23 nominationsEmmys 2016: the full list of nomineesEmmys 2016: the predicted nominees in all the major races

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Here’s a visual rundown of the big winners

Related: Emmy nominations 2016 – in pictures

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… I told you he got excited.

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Variety has created a league table for networks and shows respectively. Here’s a glance at the top six shows:

Game of Thrones – 23

The People v Oj Simpson – 22

Fargo – 18

Veep – 17

Saturday Night Live – 16

House of Cards – 13

HBO – 94

FX Networks – 56

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The Hollywood Reporter has been looking into who lost out. Here’s six of the best (worst?).

Julianna Margulies, who previously won twice for her lead role on The Good Wife,
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Every Season of 'Project Runway,' Ranked From Worst to Best

If it were up to us, "Project Runway" would never be "out," it would just play on a loop 24/7/365.

Sadly, Season 14 will say auf wiedersehen on Thursday, November 5th, so now seems like a good time to take stock and rank the previous 13 seasons, with the expectation that the 2015 season will probably fall somewhere in the middle of the pack once it's done. (Tim Gunn "hated" Season 14, but there have been worse.) Every season of PR is a precious, unique little rhinestone, but, like the judges, we have our favorites -- and now it's Our turn to be biased.

So here's our very subjective but still definitive worst-to-best ranking, which may only be challenged by a glare from Nina Garcia, an eye roll from Michael Kors, a "make it work" from Tim Gunn, or an "out" from Heidi Klum.

13. Season 11 (aka 'Teams')Maybe it seemed like a good, or at least dramatic,
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Waxing Episodic: The glorious 'Project Runway' season one finale

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Waxing Episodic: The glorious 'Project Runway' season one finale
In HitFix's new feature "Waxing Episodic," we reflect on an episode of television we'll never forget. I don't know a single person who believes "Project Runway" is at its best now, but the decade-old reality competition is still chugging along, and that's a remarkable feat for a show that peaked in terms of sheer entertainment value at the end of its first season.  Yes, season one.  Say what you will about the subsequent cycles, which have included some of the most hilarious contestants (Santino Rice, Laura Bennett, the loopy, lovable puppetrix Elisa Jimenez) and undeniable talents (Christian Siriano, Mondo Guerra, Leanne Marshall) in reality history, but "Project Runway" has almost always required trumped-up workroom drama to keep us coming back. Season three succeeded with the Jeffrey Sebelia cheating allegations and season eight offered up an irritating, intriguing teacher's pet in the form of winner Gretchen Jones, but the duller seasons
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‘Project Runway All Stars’ Recap: They Design for Marge Simpson

In this exciting episode, the designers are taken for a ride as they are assigned with a task to craft a dress for Marge Simpson to wear! Keep reading for our recap of ‘Project Runway All Stars’ season three episode six!

It looks like the designers are making their way through the TV networks! First, with last week’s Bonnie & Clyde-inspired challenge, and now Fox’s 25th anniversary of The Simpsons! Marge herself asks the designers to come up with a dress for her to wear on a special date with her husband Homer- even joking that the restaurant will have real waiter service, and not a cafeteria! She tells them she wants to look sexy for her date and asks that the dress not be green, and easy to remove for a late night “dessert” with Homer. Alyssa Milano tells the designers that the winning look will be worn
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‘Project Runway All Stars’ Guest Client Marge Simpson Wants a Freakum Dress (Video)

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‘Project Runway All Stars’ Guest Client Marge Simpson Wants a Freakum Dress (Video)
Fox’s “Simpsons” star, Marge Simpson, is the guest client on Thursday’s episode of Lifetime’s “Project Runway All Stars” airing at 9/8c. Fans of the show know that the designers are always complaining when they have to design for real women, but they’re pretty jazzed about animated ones. Also read: Lifetime’s Pageant-Coach Reality Show ‘Kim of Queens’ to Premiere in January “Huge fan of ‘The Simpsons,” said Season 3 winner Jeffrey Sebelia. “I’m always in awe when people do amazing work that touches the masses. And ‘The Simpsons’ has done that.” In a teaser for the episode,
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‘Project Runway All Stars’ Recap: The ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ Challenge

This week the designers paired up and travelled back in time to the 1930s, using ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ for their inspiration. Keep reading for what host Alyssa Milano called “the best runway show yet,” and our recap of ‘Project Runway All Stars’ season three, episode five!

With Lifetime’s new mini-series Bonnie and Clyde hitting the network soon, the designers were greeted by two of the show’s cast-members, Holliday Grainger and Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland! The designers are asked to work with a “partner in crime” and design an updated 1930s look for a couple like Bonnie and Clyde. The looks must relate to one another, but each designer’s outfit will be judged separately — will the designers get along okay??

Project Runway All Stars’ Season 3 Episode 5 Recap:

The designs this week are extra ambitious: Christopher and Viktor plan to make a red carpet look for the woman
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‘Project Runway All Stars’ Recap: Another Shocking Twist Rocks The Show

The designers channel their inner kid as they use school supplies for the unconventional challenge! Keep reading for our recap of ‘Project Runway All Stars.’

This week the designers take a big yellow school bus to P.S. 212, a fine arts elementary school in New York. They are greeted by Alyssa who presents them with the famous unconventional challenge! She urges the designers to embrace their playfulness by using materials found in a typical classroom. They get a backpack and four minutes to stuff as many things as they can in to the bag to take with them. After a chaotic four minutes of grabbing rulers, jump ropes, and other supplies, they take their sketches back to the workroom to begin on their designs.

Project Runway All Stars’ Recap Season 3 Episode 4:

Elena is immediately concerned since she was on the bottom during her season’s unconventional challenge. The challenge
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‘Project Runway All Stars’ Recap: The Designers Share a Cocktail

This week the designers toast their way into the challenge — but don’t think a cocktail makes this week any easier! Read on for our recap of ‘Project Runway All Stars’ Season 3 Episode 3!

The designers are told they have the night off and are invited to spend their evening at Jay-z‘s hot club, 40/40. But their hopes of relaxing for one night are diminished when they are met by Alyssa Milano! Jeffrey jokes, “I know she’s not here to just chill with us.” Boy is he right. Alyssa tells them that the 40/40 club has a variety of signature cocktails, nine of which they will pick from and use as the inspiration for, (but of course!), the perfect cocktail dress. And this week the designers get a smaller budget of only $100. We can’t wait to see what the designers come up with!

Project Runway All Stars’ Season 3 Episode 3 Recap:
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Project Runway All Stars Blog: 10 Lessons Zanna Roberts Rassi Learned as the New Mentor in the Season 3 Premiere

Project Runway All Stars Blog: 10 Lessons Zanna Roberts Rassi Learned as the New Mentor in the Season 3 Premiere
Editor's Note: Senior fashion editor of Marie Claire magazine and E! News fashion contributor Zanna Roberts Rassi is blogging exclusively on E! Online about the current season of Project Runway All Stars, giving her reactions and spilling behind-the-scenes secrets. Once again, it's time to make it work! Project Runway All Stars returned for its third season tonight, bringing fan favorite designers back into the work room. The returning contestants? Ari South, Christopher Palu, Daniel Esquivel, Elena Slivnyak, Irina Shabayeva, Jeffrey Sebelia, Korto Momolu, Melissa Fleis, Mychael Knight, Seth Aaron Henderson and Viktor Luna. The judges? Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman and Isaac Mizrahi. The host? Mistresses...
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Alyssa Milano: I Had Sleepless Nights Over "Project Runway: All Stars!"

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"Project Runway All Stars" returns for its third season tonight with a brand new host, Alyssa Milano, and the most talented crop of former contestants to date.For the first time ever, former winners are invited back, including Season 4's Jeffrey Sebelia, Season 6's Irina Shabayeva and Season 7's Seth Aaron Henderson.Other notable alums include Season 3 finalist Mychael Knight, Season 10's tempermental Elena Slivnyak, and Season 8's Ari South, now living as a woman named Andi South.toofab's Lawrence Yee chatted with Alyssa Milano about joining the popular reality TV competition.Some fans of the show have questioned Alyssa's participation given her acting background. But Alyssa actually has her own clothing line, Touch By Alyssa Milano, and is a longtime lover of fashion ... and "Project Runway.""My mom was a fashion designer when I was a little girl. And she was sold in Bloomingdales and then she had
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Alyssa Milano talks 'Project Runway All Stars' Season 3: 'The emotion is really raw'

"Project Runway All Stars" kicks off its third season Thursday (Oct. 24) with new host Alyssa Milano, guest judge Debbie Harry, and a whole lot of scores needing to be settled.

"I have always been a huge 'Project Runway' fan," Milano tells Zap2it. "I watched since the very first season."

Milano, who has a licensed sports apparel line for women -- and is the daughter of a designer and granddaughter of a milliner -- says she loves being around the fashions from creation to execution.

The new "All Stars" season features designers Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman returning as judges, joined by newcomer Zanna Roberts Rassi of Marie Claire magazine. Guest judges include Kristin Chenoweth, Michael Urie and Nate Berkus

"The emotion is really raw on competition television and because there is always a clock ticking down. It [lends] itself to the drama," Milano says. "The fun of it
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Lisa Kudrow’s “Scandal” Debut and “Doctor Who” Anniversary to Screen in Movie Theatres


Eliza Coupe may have found her next series following Happy Endings (admittedly, I was hoping she might return to Community). She is set to star in Benched, a USA comedy pilot about a woman who goes from working in corporate law to being a public defender.

The Doctor Who 50th anniversary special will be shown in theaters in 3D, including screens in the USA. Unfortunately, it looks like the specifics haven’t been settled, so we’ll all have to wait to find out if its going to be shown on the big screen in our city.

I wouldn’t mind switching out one of those companions, tho…

Vulture lists its 25 Most Amazing Amazing Race teams. I don’t have many complaints, except that it’s too bad they forgot the epic moment of Tara haranguing the insufferable Will in the final race to the finish line.

Bravo is
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'Project Runway All Stars': Debbie Harry debuting new Blondie music during premiere

The new season of "Project Runway All Stars" is getting a visit from rock royalty: Legendary Blondie singer Debbie Harry will appear on the Lifetime competition as the first guest judge of Season 3. The returning designers will compete to create a look that honors Harry's musical legacy, taking inspiration from her music and punk-rock aesthetic.

Harry's visit coincides with the 40th anniversary of Blondie in 2014, but celebrations are kicking off early as Harry introduces the new track "Sugar on the Side," which will be released on the "Pras" Twitter account during the episode. Blondie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006.

The new season of "PR: As" will include three winners who are returning to defend their titles -- Jeffrey Sebelia, Season 3, Irina Shabayeva, Season 6, and Seth Aaron Henderson, Season 7. Their competitors come from Seasons 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11. The new "Pras" host is Alyssa Milano, who will be joined by Zanna Roberts Rassi,
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"Project Runway All Stars" Prediction Rankings: Is Wendy Pepper #1?

We can quibble about the name Project Runway: All-Stars, since I don't see prized contestants like Nick Verreos or Jillian Lewis in this lineup, but the second installment of Lifetime's alumni competition is probably going to be entertaining all the same. Truly. There are enough wild cards at play here -- each equipped with a wildly different skill type and level -- to make the season worth a run. The only problem? We need to rank which of these all-stars is destined for success. So here, just two days shy of Thursday's premiere, my predictions for the rankings of Project Runway All-Stars' new season. Spoiler: Pretty sure I made it work, guys.

13. Peach Carr

Now, I am a human being, so I love Peach Carr, her constant catchphrasing (Loved when she said that her skirt wasn't short enough to "show the good china?), and her ritzy suburban Chicago flair.
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Happy Birthday, Michael Kors! Here are His 9 Best "Project Runway" Putdowns

Project Runway has become something of a caricature of itself in the past few years, but let's never forget how amazing this show was and -- sometimes -- still is. The reason it remains my favorite reality competition show of allllll time (excepting perhaps The Mole) is its judges are such callous buzzards. So offensively dismissive. So haughty in their derision. So unnecessarily mean. So everything I want my children to be. Ten seasons in, Michael Kors is still the most damning character on that panel, and because he turns 53 today, I say we revisit his most hilarious and cutting barbs. So happy birthday, Mr. Kors! The crotch on your birthday is Insane.

(I've listed his quotes according to the garments he insulted. Scroll below each picture to read his legendary retort.)

1. Raymundo Balthazar's Barbie dress (season two)

Kors: "She looks like barefoot Appalachian Li'l Abner Barbie."

2. Marla Duran
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The Daily Beast: "Bravo’s Addictive Work of Art"

The art-world reality competition, Work of Art, with its oddball artists, overly harsh judges, and a terrifically animated mentor has become must-see television. Let’s be honest: Many of us watch reality television to fulfill a voyeuristic need to peer into other people’s lives, and to perhaps feel better about our own. The staggering success of Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise would seem to prove this, just as, similarly, the cable channel’s reality shows tap this universal human need within the context of competition. We’ve seen pastry chefs break down about Red Hots, fashion designers make competitors’ mothers cry (Project Runway’s Jeffrey Sebelia, we’re looking at you), but the drama has perhaps never seemed quite so real or the participants quite so tortured as the artists on Bravo’s highly addictive Work of Art, currently airing its second season Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. Over at The Daily Beast,
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Project Runway’s Jeffrey Sebelia Debuts La Miniatura Kids Collection

Project Runway’s Jeffrey Sebelia Debuts La Miniatura Kids Collection
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Project Runway‘s Season 3 winner (and bad boy!) — Jeffrey Sebelia — is back!

But now the designer is dabbling in kids fashions, debuting a hip, edgy boys collection called La Miniatura.

Sebelia, who famously got a neck tattoo during the taping of the show featuring his then infant son’s name, created the line so his kid could “dress with some dignity!”

Well, it looks like he’s accomplished his goal.

A fun mix of British posh and punk, it features artsy graphic tees and sweatshirts, sophisticated trench coats, skinny tartan trousers, rocker-ready velvet suits and slim-cut colored jeans.
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Lifetime launches eight-episode 'Project Runway All Stars.' Who should join the cast?

Lifetime launches eight-episode 'Project Runway All Stars.' Who should join the cast?
First, The CW announces an all-star version of America’s Next Top Model. And now, Lifetime tells us that we’ll see some of our favorite reality stars back on an all-star edition of Project Runway?! Is 2011 just a year-long Christmas?! Because this is quite a gift to us pop-culture junkies: In addition to a ninth season of the Emmy-nominated fashion competition, the network will air Project Runway All Stars, eight one-hour episodes featuring previous contestants. This makes it slightly different than the two-hour Project Runway: All-Stars Challenge, which saw the return of players Jeffrey Sebelia, Santino Rice, Daniel Vosovic,
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Project Runway Winner Jeffrey Sebelia Named Head Designer Of Fluxus!

Now you can get your hands on Jeffrey’s designs!

Jeffrey Sebelia, the Project Runway winner with great rock ‘n’ roll style from season three, may have kept a low profile since his win, but now he’s back in the spotlight with his latest role – as the head designer at Fluxus! The brand, which is often seen on celebs like Jessica Alba, (above, she’s wearing the Zanny sweater), is super-affordable, (with prices ranging rom $60-$200, the clothing), and available on the Fluxus site. The collection is a great way to add some tough-girl chic into your wardrobe for spring!

-Katrina Mitzeliotis
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