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Carsey-Werner Productions

Cosby reruns pulled from Bounce TV, Centric

Bounce TV, an Atlanta-based African-American network, announced on Tuesday that it would immediately pull reruns of "Cosby," the Bill Cosby sitcom that ran from 1996 to 2000.

Paula Deen, Food Network photo

Food Network

Paula Deen posts photo of son in 'brownface'

An image posted on Paula Deen's social media accounts Tuesday showed Deen and her son Bobby dressed as Lucille Ball and Ricky Ricardo -- which might not have been so bad if Bobby Deen's face was not clearly painted a darker shade of brown than his hands.

Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana in 'Infinitely Polar Bear'

Sony Pictures Classics

Zoe Saldana excited to find polar opposite of 'Guardians' with 'Polar Bear'

Acclaimed actress Zoe Saldana talks about the personal nature of her latest film, the new family-themed drama "Infinitely Polar Bear."

Burns and Shearer

Mr Burns via Wikipedia / Harry Shearer via CNN

Harry Shearer back on 'The Simpsons'

Exxxxx-cellent. Looks like Harry Shearer isn't leaving "The Simpsons" after all.

Netflix logo, headquarters

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Netflix releases schedule for upcoming original films

Netflix users will be spending the holidays with Adam Sandler, but will have to wait until next year for the return of Pee-wee Herman.

Amanda Peterson

Touchstone Pictures

Star of '80s classic 'Can't Buy Me Love' dead at 43

Actress Amanda Peterson, best known for her role opposite Patrick Dempsey in the 1987 movie "Can't Buy Me Love," has died, her mother, Sylvia Peterson, said.

Kit Harington

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Is Harington's hair a 'Game of Thrones' clue?

Only his hairdresser knows for sure.

"Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington set off a stir after photos of him with his longer locks fully intact at Wimbledon surfaced this weekend. Fans devastated that his long-haired character, Jon Snow, appeared to b...

Cosby Bill

CNN

Bill Cosby in 2005: I got sedative to give women for sex

Bill Cosby admitted under oath that he got a sort of sedative for the purpose of giving the drug to young women with whom he wanted to have sex, newly released documents show.

The documents date back to 2005, and they stem from a lawsuit filed by one ...

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