This is a little disappointing.
However, The Intercept revealed that this isn't an honest statement after all!
The online publication requested all Navy documents about
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May is always a rough time of year for television lovers…
Since most TV shows usually finish up their seasons in the Spring, it's always interesting to see which series get to live on to the Fall, and which will never be heard of again.
Unfortunately for fans, 13 shows failed to make the cut on Thursday as ABC, FOX, CBS, and The CW each cancelled at least one of their programs!
As you probably already saw, hit series Nashville and Castle were both discarded by the House of Mouse amidst behind-the-scenes drama, while Supergirl barely survived thanks to a move to a new channel.
So… which shows won't be making it to the 2016-2017 season??
In an unexpected move by ABC, Nashville will not be renewed for a fifth season.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry said in a statement:
In the final moments before renewals are announced, a lot of shows are looking for ways to help boost their ratings.
While Hough has popped up on the hit music drama before as Noah West, and it's always nice to see him return, the pop singer will be making her first appearance on the show!
Not a whole lot is known about the Tik Tok singer's guest appearance on Hayden Panettiere and Connie Britton's show, but we're definitely excited to see her bounce back from her Dr. Luke drama and continue her television acting career!
Ch-ch-check out the teaser trailer for next week's star studded episode (below)!
You're preaching to the choir!
Luckily, most of Hollywood is standing up for the LGBT community in its time of need — and you can add one more A-Lister to that list!
Nashville star Connie Britton is the latest celeb to speak her mind about the bigotry taking place down South, this time about Tennessee's new set of anti-gay legislation.
In fact, Connie sat down with The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday to discuss the state's "un-American" new laws, saying:
What's glove got to do with it?
That was the question on everyone's mind during Tuesday night's The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story when a pair of gloves changed everything in the calculated trial.
As the trial continued, viewers were able to see how professors at Harvard Law were using it to teach their classes — one professor even faxed a suggestion to lead defense attorney Johnnie Cochran (Courtney B. Vance) to bring up drug cartels and their typically brutal murders to the court.
Jonnie took this cue and acted out having his throat sliced, giving the audience entertainment and a new conspiracy theory to eat up — that Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman could have been murdered because Faye Resnick (Connie Britton) owed a cartel money!
With murder, mystery, mayhem, and just a dash of Kardashians — The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story started off with the perfect premiere episode!
While most of us know the conclusion to this story twenty years after the verdict was read, the FX drama carefully pieced together the case from the beginning while giving us a look inside the lives of all the major players involved.
Over on Bundy Drive, a man walking his dog comes across Nicole Brown Simpson's white Akita, who leads them to the bodies. The police soon
This actually makes a lot of sense.
It's pretty much impossible to have avoided hearing about the #OscarsSoWhite controversy, so we're not surprised that an issue about race in movies was a hot topic even at a TV show premiere.
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story had its El Lay premiere Wednesday night, and Oscar-winner/O.J. Simpson himself Cuba Gooding, Jr. was not shy about his opinions on the Academy's nominations process.
While speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the Jerry Maguire star defended the Oscars due to the fact that awards shows actually have the least amount of power when it comes to equality, saying: