Woo! Congrats Kevin Costner!
The oh-so-handsome actor just took home the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or Movie for his role as Devil in Hatfields & McCoys!!!
The mini-series, which premiered just this past May, drew in millions of viewers week after week… and we can only assume Kevin’s one of the reasons why!
The multi-talented distinguished actor also produces the show, so this is a bit of a double-win for him!
This award makes Kevin’s very FIRST Emmy and we think he’s more than deserving of the honor!
Way to go, Kev!
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"Two words: Ancient Aliens. …weed. Ok, maybe 3 words."
–Evan Rachel Wood on late night/early morning activities
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NBC has officially sold off its 15.8% of A&E Networks — which also includes Lifetime and the History Channel — to Disney and Hearst Corporation.
The transaction cost the buyers $3.03 billion to gain 50-50 control of the television channels, while the sale allows NBC Universal's 51% holder, Comcast, to save up to buy the rest of entertainment company from General Electric.
What does this mean for U?
Not much. We're sure all your favorite programming will continue to air as usual until the ratings start to slide.
U can stop panicking now!
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No, not like survey says. That shiz don't need modernizing!
While her most recent flick Snow White And The Huntsman hit theaters today, it looks like actress Charlize Theron is now eyeing up a stint in TV!
Reportedly, Charlize is interested in producing a modern-day version of the History Channel hit miniseries, Hatfields & McCoys, about two famous feuding families!
Theron’s production banner, Denver and Delilah Productions, is currently looking to
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Move over Jersey Shore, Swamp People is the new king of reality television — all thanks to one $3.5 million gamble during this year's Super Bowl!
Since a pricey 30-second Super Bowl spot aired in February, the History Channel's series about Louisiana families who hunt alligators for a living has increased its viewership by over 1.2 million!
Episodes were already attracting 4 million people, but as of last week, the series had more viewers than NCAA basketball games AND the MTV hit with 5.2 million!
Have U watched Swamp People since the Giants beat the Patriots? If so, did the Super Bowl ad help get your attention?
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