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    Martha Play Ariadne Dark Episode 6

    • "Dark" is Netflix's first original German series, and it's a surefire hit.
    • But in the US, the show defaults to a dubbed English version.
    • Watching the original German version with English subtitles is a much better experience.
    • You can change the audio settings on Netflix to several captioned languages including English, German, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, and Traditional Chinese.


    If you haven't started Netflix's new cerebral mystery series "Dark" yet, you're missing out. But before you dive in, it's important to know all the audio options. "Dark" is the streaming service's first original German series, which means the entire show was filmed with German actors speaking (you guessed it) German. 

    For US viewers, Netflix automatically plays a version of the show dubbed in English. But the audio doesn't quite sync up with the actors on screen, and the voice acting isn't the best. 

    You should switch your settings to the original German audio and turn on English subtitles.

    Here's how to do it. When you start playing the show, go to the bottom menu on the screen:

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    The second box from the right is will open the audio and subtitles settings. For English speakers, we recommend selecting German audio and English subtitles.

    If English isn't your first language, the US version of Netflix also offers Chinese and Spanish subtitles. For those watching on an Apple TV, you can pull down the same audio menu from the top of your screen while in the Netflix app.

    Though reading subtitles throughout a show (especially one as complex as "Dark") can feel like a chore, trust us. It's a much better experience and will allow you to truly grasp the performances in the way they are meant to be conveyed on screen. 

    For more on "Dark,"read our spoiler-free review here.

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    • "Morning Joe" cohost Mika Brzezinski on Friday cast doubt on the veracity of the allegations made by one of Al Franken's sexual harassment accusers.
    • Brzezinksi's comments seemed to question the intentions of the #MeToo movement at large.
    • In the same broadcast, Brzezinski announced MSNBC's suspension of a "Morning Joe" contributor who was accused of sexual misconduct. 


    On Friday, "Morning Joe" cohost Mika Brzezinski cast doubt on a sexual harassment accuser of Al Franken while seeming to question the intentions of the #MeToo phenomenon, a movement which has seen myriad women come forward with experiences and accusations of sexual misconduct in recent months. 

    "In this #MeToo environment, you must always just believe the women and I think that there's a lot of reasons why we need to look at the women seriously and believe them," Brzezinski said on Friday's show. "I'm just wondering if all women need to be believed, and I'm concerned that we are being the judge, the jury, and the cops here, and so did Senate Democrats getting ahead of their skis."

    Brzezinski went on to question whether the first woman to accuse Al Franken of sexual harassment, Leeann Tweeden, had a political motive. (Franken resigned from his Senate seat on Thursday in response to the numerous allegations of misconduct made against him over weeks, and pressure from his Democratic colleagues.) 

    Brzezinski noted that Tweeden had appeared as a "Hannity" contributor.

    "We've never really talked about the woman who first came out against Al Franken," Brzezinski said. "A performer, a Playboy model who goes on 'Hannity,' who voted for Trump. I see some politics there."

    In the same broadcast on Friday, Brzezinski announced that "Morning Joe" contributor Harold Ford Jr. would be taken off the air after Ford was terminated by his employer, Morgan Stanley, for alleged misconduct. 

    Watch a segment of the broadcast below:

    SEE ALSO: 36 powerful men accused of sexual misconduct after Harvey Weinstein

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    Warning: Spoilers ahead for the first season of "Dark."

    The first season finale of Netflix's first original German series "Dark" likely left a majority of at-home viewers with their minds simultaneously blown and full of questions. We've already done a comprehensive breakdown of everything we know about the mysterious Noah and Claudia, but now let's turn to unanswered questions.

    Keep reading for a look at the 27 biggest open-ended mysteries left after season one of "Dark."

    SEE ALSO: Netflix's 'The Crown' season 2 delves compellingly into Prince Philip's cheating and dark past — but there's not enough of the Queen

    Why did Mikkel/Michael kill himself? What was Jonas supposed to understand based on his suicide note?

    Mikkel is still a very mysterious figure in "Dark." Jonas refers to him being "sick" in the years leading up to his life — is it possible that seeing himself be born and grow up drove him to a mental brink? 

    But how did he come to create that map of the caves? And how did he learn the exact moment of his disappearance?

    Why did Mikkel appear covered in ink or oil every time Jonas saw him in dreams or visions?

    Jonas saw his father, Michael (the adult-Mikkel) three times over the ten episodes. Each time it appeared to be a vision or dream, and his father was covered in streaks of black liquid. It might have been paint, since Mikkel seems to have become an artist, but what is the purpose of this symbolism?

    How did Mikkel get to 1986? We saw him emerge from the caves but never saw him enter them or the door portal.

    When Jonas and Mikkel were running through the forest, Jonas fell down and lost sight of Mikkel. Where did he go? Did he run back to the caves? Or did someone like Helge grab him and bring him back into the caves? If that's the case, why would Helge have let him go once inside the 1986 cave? Why not bring him to the bunker?

    If it wasn't Helge, is there a second wormhole portal in the woods?

    See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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    • Season two of "Big Little Lies" is officially happening.
    • Most of the cast is returning, including Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman.
    • The entire season will be directed by Andrea Arnold ("American Honey," Amazon's "Transparent").

    Get ready for more drama out of California's Central Coast.

    HBO's Emmy-winning limited series "Big Little Lies" is returning for a second season. In a release sent out by the network on Friday, it promises in season two “relationships will fray, loyalties will erode ... the potential for emotional and bodily injury shall loom.” 

    The hit first season walked away with eight primetime Emmy awards, including outstanding lead actress for Nicole Kidman, who will return for the second season. Reese Witherspoon will also be back, as well as the show's creator David E. Kelly. The release also states that most of cast from season one will return, so expect appearances by Laura Dern, who also won an Emmy for her performance, Shailene Woodley, Zoë Kravitz, and Adam Scott.

    The show is based on the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty and revolves around the lives of a group of families living in the affluent city of Monterey, California. Kidman and Witherspoon will also be executive producing.

    The entire second season will be directed by Andrea Arnold, who is know for directing episodes of Amazon series "Transparent" and "I Love Dick." She also directed the 2016 hit indie film "American Honey."

    The season will be seven episodes.

    SEE ALSO: Netflix's "The Crown" season 2 delves compellingly into Prince Philip's cheating and dark past — but there's not enough of the Queen

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    • President Donald Trump spends at least 4 hours a day in front of a TV, and sometimes as many as 8 hours. 
    • Trump's affinity for cable news is well known, but the extent to which it influences his daily schedule is perhaps greater than what most people thought. 
    • Among his favorite shows and networks to watch are Fox & Friends, MSNBC's "Morning Joe," and even CNN. 

    It's not news that President Donald Trump watches a lot of TV. 

    But in a report published Saturday, The New York Times revealed just how much cable news influences Trump's day-to-day schedule.   

    Before entering the White House, Trump reportedly told aides to think of each day as an episode in a TV show in which he "vanquishes rivals," according to the report. 

    Every morning, Trump reportedly tunes in to CNN for the news, then moves on to "Fox & Friends," and sometimes MSNBC's "Morning Joe." Trump spends at least 4 hours a day watching TV, and sometimes as many as 8 hours, while "marinating in the no-holds-barred wars of cable news and eager to fire back."

    Trump has repeatedly pushed back against the idea that he is a TV addict. 

    “I do not watch much television,” he told reporters aboard Air Force One in November. “I know they like to say — people that don’t know me — they like to say I watch television. People with fake sources — you know, fake reporters, fake sources. But I don’t get to watch much television, primarily because of documents. I’m reading documents a lot.”

    But those around the president contradict his claims that he doesn't watch much television. Trump reportedly has sole control over the remote. Even during meetings, TV shows, often muted, run in the background, according to The Times. Trump will periodically take a glimpse at the scrolling headlines and share his reactions with whoever is with him. 

    The New York Times noted that because of his large appetite for cable news consumption, Trump's associates "raised questions about his capacity and willingness to differentiate bad information from something that is true."

    Chief of Staff John Kelly reportedly tries to manage the flow of information to Trump and mitigate the president's fiery outbursts on Twitter. In August, Kelly sent two memos around the White House outlining his approach to streamlining Trump's schedule. Kelly felt that a big component of that, according to the memos, was to vet each and every piece of news that made it to the Resolute desk.

    The shake-up marked a significant departure from a previously freewheeling West Wing in which aides, advisers, and confidants enjoyed relatively frequent access to the Oval Office. But while Kelly has been able to enact changes to the way the West Wing functions since assuming his new role, multiple media reports, including The Times', indicated that Kelly has been unable to monitor every aspect of Trump's news consumption. 

    SEE ALSO: Primetime television helped elect Trump — but not in the way you think

    DON'T MISS: 'The problem is how often you watch TV': Top Democrat responds to Trump calling him 'sleazy'

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    • Netflix released the first teaser trailer for the second season of "Jessica Jones." 
    • It will return to the streaming site March 8, 2018 at 12:01 PST. That's International Women's Day.
    • The season will consist of 13 one-hour episodes.
    • After season one, Jessica will attempt to put her life back together after murdering her stalker and abuser Kilgrave (David Tennant). Unfortunately, she's now known in the city as a super-powered killer.
    • Jessica throws some shade at Spider-Man in the teaser.
    • New cast members Janet McTeer and J.R. Ramirez will join the show.
    • Watch the announcement trailer below.

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    • TV ratings for the National Football League have declined in each of the past two seasons.
    • RBC Capital Markets says that this is going to hurt ad sales as investors shy away in an increasingly competitive landscape.

    When it comes to TV ratings, the National Football League needs a Hail Mary.

    Average game viewership has fallen to 15 million this season, down from 16.5 million last year, and the lowest since 2008, according to data compiled by RBC Capital Markets.

    The firm also finds that the league's audience is down on a year-over-year basis, and notes that it hasn't seen meaningful growth since 2013, when the measure climbed 5%. RBC says this has had an adverse effect on how advertisers view the prospect of buying time slots during NFL games.

    "The sustained decline is what worries investors about media's willingness to offload the NFL's monetization risk," analyst Steven Cahall wrote in a client note.

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    RBC says possible reasons for the ratings skid include player protests, the NFL's ongoing concussion controversy, competition from politics, increased offerings from cable and entertainment providers, and an oversaturation of games. And there's also what Cahall considers to be the most obvious explanation:

    "When a Sunday or Monday Night game is 42-7 late in the 3rd quarter, the viewer may now opt to catch up on Stranger Things or Billions instead of watching through to the end," he said. " Five or ten years ago, an unexciting 4th quarter might still have been the best thing on TV."

    SEE ALSO: A mystery trader keeps betting that the stock market will go crazy

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    Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead."

    Sunday's mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead" promised a big, shocking moment fans would be talking about until the show returns and it made good on its word.

    The show made a huge departure from the comic series when Carl revealed in the episode's final moments he was bitten by a walker at some point earlier on the show. Showrunner Scott Gimple said Carl's bite will play out as other bites have on the series. AKA Carl's toast. In an interview with, Andrew Lincoln, who plays Carl's father Rick Gimple told him Carl would be dying.

    Though many were surprised, eagle-eyed fans may have had an inkling if they were watching the show carefully or have been paying attention to actor Chandler Riggs on social media. Keep reading to see the clues that hinted that Riggs time was short on "The Walking Dead."

    1. Chandler Riggs worried fans when he debuted a new haircut for a movie role.

    November 30, Riggs showed off a new mullet. Fans instantly thought it might be bad news for Carl. People started tweeting things like "rip Carl Grimes" to the actor.

    2. Riggs tweeted a few somber messages about his time on the show over the past few months.

    "Coolest part about being in la is seeing myself on billboards," Riggs tweeted in October. "Makes me really appreciate twd & the fans for giving me such an awesome opportunity and a career. Idk if I'll ever be as successful as I am right now, but I'm so glad I got this chance to help tell a story that actually impacts people."

    More recently, Riggs went down memory lane to recall his favorite moment to film on the show.

    "Saw a question somewhere about my favorite scene to film in the first 3 seasons on twd was, had me thinking," he tweeted December 1. "Tbh all of the last episode of season 2 was so much fun to film. coolest part was dropping the lighter to just obliterate a horde of zombies."

    He even trolled other outlets in November tweeting "y'all think i'm getting killed off every year."

    3. Riggs announced he was accepted into college last year.

    Last November, Riggs told fans he was accepted to go to college at Auburn University in Alabama.

    Riggs said he hoped he would be able to juggle the responsibilities of both school and filming "The Walking Dead."

    "Theoretically, I could take one or two classes on campus and maybe an online class," Riggs told The Hollywood Reporter about being a full-time student while working on the show last December. "My professors would have to be willing to cooperate. It wouldn't be easy but I think that could be possible."

    See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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    Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead" mid-season finale.

    "The Walking Dead" surprised fans during its big 90-minute mid-season finale Sunday night when Carl revealed he was nursing a big old zombie bite. 

    Actor Chandler Riggs, who plays Carl on the show, confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter his character will be killed off the show.

    While a lot of fans were caught off guard, many more started asking the most logical question: When did this happen?

    If you're thinking that Carl wasn't really in danger from any walkers while limping around Alexandria playing dodge the grenade, you're right. He wasn't. Carl has had that bite for a few episodes now. 

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    "The Walking Dead" showrunner Scott M. Gimple confirmed as much on the series' aftershow, "Talking Dead."

    "It's been on screen," Gimple said on the end of Sunday's "Talking Dead.""The aftermath is very much on screen. If you watch a certain episode and see Carl's face, Chandler did it. I will say, a few of us were pretty sure that everybody knew, that everybody knew right afterwards. We were really surprised that folks didn't."

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    Gimple neglected to say which episode the bite occurs in, but, if you're a pretty avid fan of the show, it's not too tough to find the moment.

    We're pretty confident the bite occurs in the season's sixth episode when Carl is fighting off zombies with his new pal, Siddiq. Riggs told THR he found out he would be leaving the show back in June when he was rehearsing for the season's sixth episode.

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    This should have been a simple task, but the episode spent time lingering on Carl getting overtaken by a few walkers.

    It's because he was getting bit.

    If you're able to go back and watch the episode, the bite happens about half an hour into the episode. Carl is wrestling on the ground with two zombies.

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    There are two brief moments where you see Carl react in shock. Presumably, the bit happens when Carl gives a shocked face for a second on screen.

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    There's also another moment when there's a walker near his side and Carl grimaces before shooting both zombies dead.

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    Watching the scene over again with that knowledge makes it play out a lot differently. Carl gets up off the ground a bit slower and the entire right side of his shirt, where he was bit, is soaked in blood. 

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    If you're not convinced, even Riggs himself tried to tell fans weeks before the mid-season finale's reveal.

    The day after the season's sixth episode aired, he tweeted out two stills of Carl's shocked face, presumably while he was being bitten.

    Though a few people tweeted at the actor asking if he was bit, no one really questioned it. Riggs is big on being a jokester on social media. Plus, he tweeted out the images with an unsuspicious joke about Chick-fil-A. At the time, it didn't seem unusual for Riggs.

    The first time I watched the episode, I paused at Carl's reaction. But when he got up and said he was unharmed I didn't think twice about it. "The Walking Dead" is good at getting you nervous in the moment from time to time, but usually it doesn't amount to anything. 

    Still, Carl was covered in an awful mess of blood and it looked like there may have been some fresh blood on his hands.

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    Now we know why.

    You can watch the moment Carl reveals his bite to Michonne and Rick below. "The Walking Dead" returns to AMC February 25 at 9 p.m. You can follow along with our show coverage here.

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    Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead" mid-season finale, "How It's Gotta Be."

    Sunday's 90-minute "Walking Dead" mid-season finale delivered several minor deaths and a big reveal you may have seen coming if you watch the show carefully.

    While we're still processing Sunday's big twist on the show, keep reading to see all of the little callbacks to previous seasons and the comics you may have missed.

    SEE ALSO: 'The Walking Dead' gave away its huge mid-season finale reveal episodes ago and no one noticed — here's how to find it

    DON'T MISS: 9 clues that gave away the big twist on Sunday’s 'The Walking Dead' mid-season finale

    Early in the episode, Aaron asks Enid if she knows how to drive.

    The two are heading to Oceanside to get them to fight in the war against Negan. Enid responds in the affirmative and then cracks a small joke.

    "Better than Carl anyways," she tells Aaron.

    It was a throwback to the time Carl saved Enid from a group of walkers.

    When Enid left to go to the Hilltop in season seven, Carl decided to go after her and give her a lift. He wound up crashing a car while saving Enid from a zombie. 

    Carl looks at a piece of paper that says “Just Survive Somehow."

    After watching Sunday's episode we now know Carl was prepping a letter for his father in the event of his impending death.

    See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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    Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead."

    "The Walking Dead" surprised fans with a huge departure from the comics during its 90-minute mid-season finale.

    In the episode's final moments, Carl revealed to his father and Michonne that he was recently bit. Chandler Riggs, who plays Carl on the show, confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter Carl will indeed be killed off the show.

    While some may have applauded the show taking a big risk, a lot of comic-book fans aren't happy with the decision to kill off Carl at all. Many are pointing out how Carl becomes integral to the comics after the end of Rick's war against Negan. There are so many more big storylines in the comics for Carl as he becomes a teenager.

    A lot of people are upset with showrunner Scott Gimple and are airing their grievances. 

    The decision to take Carl out of the picture at this point in the show is a bit eyebrow-raising if you're familiar with Robert Kirkman's comic series of the same name.

    Carl starts to take on more of a leadership role as his father gets older. Over the past few years, the comic has started to shift more from Rick to his son Carl. Since Carl is one of the few characters who has truly grown up and lived his life through the apocalypse, it starts to make more sense that the comic would center around the younger Grimes.

    In some ways, it feels like it always has been his story. 

    Some fans are wondering why the show didn’t take the opportunity to kill off or seriously injure Daryl. As of late, he's become little more than a man bent on revenge. Carl has a rich set of material to continue on the show for years.

    One of the biggest story lines "The Walking Dead" would be tossing out is the unique bond and friendship that eventually comes to pass between Negan and Carl. Eventually, Carl gets enough confidence to start walking around without his eye patch and bandage and embraces his injury as part of his identity. A lot of that is because of Negan. It's a sour spot for Rick that he and his son never really discuss much in the show or the comic. Now, it feels like a huge missed opportunity for character growth. 

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    Perhaps some of Carl's story arcs will be passed along to another character like his sister Judith or his girlfriend Enid. 

    But killing off Carl when he's at his peak makes it seem like it was a waste for the show to even bother removing his eye in the first place.

    It seems like Riggs himself was caught off guard by the decision to kill his character. In his interview with THR, he says that he had just bought a home close to where they film before he was told Carl would be leaving the show.

    Carl's death is expected to be seen when the series returns February 25. You can follow along with our "Walking Dead" coverage here.

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    Nominations for the 75th Golden Globe Awards were announced Monday morning at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.

    Kristen Bell, Sharon Stone, Alfre Woodard, and Garrett Hedlund announced the nominations in a live stream.

    Guillermo del Toro's unique love story "The Shape of Water" led everyone with seven nominations. Steven Spielberg's "The Post" and "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" each nabbed six. On the TV side, HBO's hit "Big Little Lies" picked up six nominations.

    The Golden Globes ceremony is set to air on January 7 at 8 p.m. EST on NBC, with Seth Meyers hosting.

    Here are the nominees:

    Best motion picture, drama

    "Call Me by Your Name"
    "The Post"
    "The Shape of Water"
    "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri"

    Best motion picture, comedy or musical

    “The Disaster Artist"
    "Get Out"
    "The Greatest Showman"
    "I, Tonya"
    "Lady Bird"

    Best director

    Guillermo del Toro, "The Shape of Water"
    Martin McDonagh, "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri"
    Christopher Nolan, "Dunkirk"
    Ridley Scott, "All The Money in the World"
    Steven Spielberg, "The Post"

    Best TV series, drama

    "The Crown"
    "Game of Thrones"
    "The Handmaid's Tale"
    "Stranger Things"
    "This is Us"

    Best TV series, comedy

    "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"
    "Master of None"
    "Will & Grace"

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    Best actor in a motion picture, drama

    Timothée Chalamet, “Call Me by Your Name”
    Daniel Day-Lewis, “Phantom Thread”
    Tom Hanks, “The Post”
    Gary Oldman, “Darkest Hour”
    Denzel Washington, “Roman J. Israel, Esq.”

    Best actor in a motion picture, comedy or musical

    Steve Carell, “Battle of the Sexes”
    Ansel Elgort, “Baby Driver”
    James Franco, “The Disaster Artist”
    Hugh Jackman, “The Greatest Showman”
    Daniel Kaluuya, “Get Out”

    Best actress in a motion picture, drama

    Jessica Chastain, “Molly’s Game”
    Sally Hawkins, “The Shape of Water”
    Frances McDormand, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
    Meryl Streep, “The Post”
    Michelle Williams, “All the Money in the World”

    Best actress in a motion picture, comedy or musical

    Judi Dench, “Victoria & Abdul”
    Margot Robbie, “I, Tonya”
    Saoirse Ronan, “Lady Bird”
    Emma Stone, “Battle of the Sexes”
    Helen Mirren, “The Leisure Seeker”

    Best actor in a TV series, drama

    Sterling K. Brown, “This is Us”
    Freddie Highmore, “The Good Doctor”
    Bob Odenkirk, “Better Call Saul”
    Liev Schreiber, “Ray Donovan”
    Jason Bateman, “Ozark”

    Best actor in a TV series, comedy

    Anthony Anderson, “Black-ish”
    Aziz Ansari, “Master of None”
    Kevin Bacon, “I Love Dick”
    William H. Macy, “Shameless”
    Eric McCormack, “Will and Grace”

    Best actress in a TV series, drama

    Caitriona Balfe, “Outlander”
    Claire Foy, “The Crown”
    Maggie Gyllenhaal, “The Deuce”
    Katherine Langford, “13 Reasons Why”
    Elisabeth Moss, “The Handmaid’s Tale”

    Best actress in a TV series, comedy

    Pamela Adlon, “Better Things”
    Alison Brie, “Glow”
    Issa Rae, “Insecure”
    Rachel Brosnahan, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”
    Frankie Shaw, “SMILF”

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    Best supporting actor in a motion picture

    Willem Dafoe, “The Florida Project”
    Armie Hammer, “Call Me by Your Name”
    Richard Jenkins, “The Shape of Water”
    Christopher Plummer, “All the Money in the World”
    Sam Rockwell, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

    Best supporting actress in a motion picture

    Mary J. Blige, “Mudbound”
    Hong Chau, “Downsizing”
    Allison Janney, “I, Tonya”
    Laurie Metcalf, “Lady Bird”
    Octavia Spencer, “The Shape of Water”

    Best TV movie or mini-series

    “Big Little Lies”
    “Feud: Bette and Joan”
    “The Sinner”
    “Top of the Lake: China Girl”

    Best actor in a TV miniseries or movie

    Robert De Niro, “The Wizard of Lies”
    Jude Law, “The Young Pope”
    Kyle MacLachlan, “Twin Peaks”
    Ewan McGregor, “Fargo”
    Geoffrey Rush, “Genius”

    Best actress in a TV miniseries or movie

    Jessica Biel, “The Sinner”
    Nicole Kidman, “Big Little Lies”
    Jessica Lange, “Feud: Bette and Joan”
    Susan Sarandon, “Feud: Bette and Joan”
    Reese Witherspoon, “Big Little Lies”

    Best supporting actor in TV miniseries or TV movie

    Alfred Molina, “Feud”
    Alexander Skarsgard, “Big Little Lies”
    David Thewlis, “Fargo”
    David Harbour, “Stranger Things”
    Christian Slater, “Mr. Robot”

    Best supporting actress in TV miniseries or movie

    Laura Dern, “Big Little Lies”
    Ann Dowd, “The Handmaid’s Tale”
    Chrissy Metz, “This is Us”
    Michelle Pfeiffer, “The Wizard of Lies”
    Shailene Woodley, “Big Little Lies”

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    Best animated film

    “The Boss Baby”
    “The Breadwinner”
    “Loving Vincent”

    Best original score

    “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
    “The Shape of Water”
    “Phantom Thread”
    “The Post”

    Best screenplay, motion picture

    “The Shape of Water”
    “Lady Bird”
    “The Post”
    “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
    “Molly’s Game”

    Best foreign language film

    “A Fantastic Woman”
    “First They Killed My Father”
    “In the Fade”
    “The Square”

    Best original song

    “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
    “The Shape of Water”
    “Phantom Thread”
    “The Post”

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    Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead" mid-season finale, "How It's Gotta Be."

    "The Walking Dead" mid-season finale promised a big moment that everyone would be talking about and it delivered.

    Although we saw some character deaths at the Hilltop and Oceanside, a major one wasn't immediately killed off Sunday's episode. Instead, the show ended on a somber note when it was revealed that Rick's son Carl (Chandler Riggs) suffered a walker bite at some point.

    "That is a bite on his side," showrunner Scott M. Gimple confirmed on the series aftershow "Talking Dead.""It will play out as bites play out on the show."

    As we know, unless bites are on arms or legs and can be amputated, there's not much to do to save anyone.

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    "The bite is going to play out as we have seen bites play out, and it's very important to Carl's story and the entire story what happens in the next episode," Gimple added. "I'm just focused on the fact that Carl, right now, is alive and he has some business to attend to. That is a one way ticket. I'd like to think that the things that we see in the next episode are so important to his life and the other characters' lives."

    Don't hold out hope for any last minute cure.

    According to The Hollywood Reporter, Riggs is leaving the show and his death will occur when the show returns in February.

    "Yes, Carl is going to die," Riggs told THR. "There's no way he can get back from that. His story is definitely coming to an end."

    As "Talking Dead" host Chris Hardwick noted Sunday night, this is a radical departure from the comics. Carl is still alive and well in the comics and has become a leader in his own right.

    Fans were not ready for the big reveal.

    A lot of fans had one big question — how and when did this Carl get this bite?

    For the answer, you may want to revisit an older episode from this season. Throughout the mid-season finale, Carl is seen prepping notes for his father and for Enid, insinuating he had this bite ahead of time. 

    It's most likely that he received the bite in season eight's sixth episode, in which he and Siddiq encounter — and fight — a few walkers.

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    Gimple confirmed Carl acquired his bite in a different episode on "Talking Dead," but neglected to tell fans exactly where they can see it on screen.

    "It's been on screen," Gimple said on the end of Sunday's "Talking Dead.""The aftermath is very much on screen. If you watch a certain episode and see Carl's face, Chandler did it. I will say, a few of us were pretty sure that everybody knew, that everybody knew right afterwards. We were really surprised that folks didn't."

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    Riggs expressed his thoughts on the mid-season finale.

    Riggs took to Twitter after the episode's end to thank fans for all their kind words and for tuning in to the show.

    "Throughout the series, Carl has been in Rick's shadow and learning from him and observing him," Riggs said in a pre-taped interview that appeared on "Talking Dead.""He sees when Rick does something wrong and he takes action on it. I think every moment throughout the series has led up to that moment commanding everyone in Alexandria to make this escape plan."

    "When Carl pulls up his shirt and pulls down his bandage to reveal the bite, it's a huge moment for him, for Rick and Michonne, for everyone in the group," he added. "He's definitely happy with the way things ended up with him saving everyone in Alexandria and making sure everyone's alive. It's going to be really interesting to see what happens next."

    Though Carl hasn't been bit yet in the comics, some fans compared the mid-season's big reveal to a similarly heartbreaking storyline from the comic.

    In a recent issue, it was revealed that Andrea — who made it much further in the comics than her TV counterpart — was bit on the neck while out on a mission. She had to reveal her bite to Rick, and all anyone could do was keep her comfortable until she turned into a zombie.

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    So why do we hear Carl in the future?

    There's still one big question though. Why did we hear Carl's voice in the flash-forward with an older Rick? 

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    "It's possible it's a vision or another version of the future," Riggs told THR. "That whole scene was taken almost directly out of inspiration from the time jump in the comics, so it could be the future, it could be a vision or it could be something else." 

    We'll have to wait to learn more when the show returns February 25.

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    • David Harbour plays beloved police chief Jim Hopper on Netflix's "Stranger Things."
    • He received a Golden Globe nomination for best supporting actor on a TV series.
    • "Stranger Things" fans were thrilled to see Harbour nominated for the first time.
    • A lot of "Hopper dancing" GIFs were shared in celebration.


    "Stranger Things" star David Harbour (Jim Hopper) just earned his first Golden Globe nomination for best supporting actor on a TV series. After the second season of Netflix's hit drama series premiered this October, Harbour and his dancing skills dominated the internet. 

    Fans of "Stranger Things" were thrilled for Harbour, who has been acting since 1999 but truly broke out after portraying the gruff police chief of Hawkins, Indiana. 

    Nearly everyone shared the now-famous "Hopper Dancing" GIF, a product of one scene on the second season where Hopper plays a record for Eleven and gets his groove on.

    Even Millie Bobby Brown (who plays Eleven) shared a picture from the "Hopper Dancing" scene and congratulated her "Stranger Things" co-star.

    INSIDER spoke with Harbour earlier this year about his role on "Stranger Things" and the way fans responded to his character's second season storyline — especially the dancing.

    "I just had no idea or expectations that the 'dad-dancing' or 'white man Hopper dancing' was going to take off," Harbour told INSIDER. "I feel like I need to have some redemption in season three, I want to really show people that I can actually dance."

    For more on Harbour's role in "Stranger Things,"read our full interview with him here. And see the complete list of 2018 Golden Globe nominations here. The Golden Globe Awards ceremony airs on January 7 at 5 p.m. PST on NBC. 

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    • Several women have come forward with sexual misconduct allegations against celebrity chef Mario Batali.
    • Three of the four women who've come forward have worked for or with Batali in the restaurant industry.
    • The allegations span nearly two decades, and include stories of inappropriate touching and behavior.
    • Batali released a statement apologizing for his behavior and saying that the behavior described "was wrong and there are no excuses."
    • Batali has stepped away from his restaurant empire and his co-hosting duties at ABC's "The Chew."

    Mario Batali is stepping away from his vast food empire and his co-hosting position on ABC's "The Chew" after at least three former female employees and one female chef have come forward with sexual misconduct allegations against him.

    The chef released a statement to press on Monday morning acknowledging the behavior and apologizing for it.

    "I apologize to the people I have mistreated and hurt," Batali's statement read. "Although the identities of most of the individuals mentioned in these stories have not been revealed to me, much of the behavior described does, in fact, match up with ways I have acted. That behavior was wrong and there are no excuses. I take full responsibility and am deeply sorry for any pain, humiliation or discomfort I have caused to my peers, employees, customers, friends and family."

    According to Eater, which first reported the allegations, the four women have detailed incidents of alleged inappropriate touching and behavior by the celebrity chef spanning at least two decades.

    Among the allegations, one chef who did not work with Batali said he offered her a job during a wine event. When she spilled wine on herself, she said Batali began to rub her chest with his bare hands, saying, "Let me help you with that."

    Other allegations from the three women who either worked for Batali or in close association with him in the restaurant industry include groping, close body contact, and in one case, "compell[ing]" a woman to straddle him. You can read the full report and the women's stories at Eater.

    A spokesperson for the Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group told Eater that the allegations are being reviewed. They also said that as recently as two months ago, they investigated Batali for inappropriate behavior in the workplace after a restaurant employee complained. The spokesperson said it was the first formal complaint made against Batali and that he was reprimanded and required to undergo training.

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    In his statement, Batali said he's stepping away from his vast food empire, which includes more than 20 restaurants co-owned by him.

    "I have work to do to try to regain the trust of those I have hurt and disappointed," he said. "For this reason, I am going to step away from day-to-day operations of my businesses. We built these restaurants so that our guests could have fun and indulge, but I took that too far in my own behavior. I won’t make that mistake again. I want any place I am associated with to feel comfortable and safe for the people who work or dine there. I know my actions have disappointed many people. The successes I have enjoyed are owned by everyone on my team. The failures are mine alone."

    ABC also asked Batali to "step away" from the daytime food talk show, "The Chew," though they say they haven't received any complaints against the chef. A show representative sent this statement to INSIDER:

    "We have asked Mario Batali to step away from 'The Chew' while we review the allegations that have just recently come to our attention. ABC takes matters like this very seriously as we are committed to a safe work environment. While we are unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving him and anyone affiliated with the show, we will swiftly address any alleged violations of our standards of conduct."

    These allegations against Batali are just the latest in a string of allegations surfacing in the entertainment business and other industries. Many notable Hollywood figures, including the actors Kevin Spacey and Ed Westwick, have been accused of sexual misconduct ranging from harassment to rape since an October 5 New York Times exposé detailed allegations going back decades against the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

    If you are a victim of sexual assault, you can visit RAINN or call its hotline at 1-800-656-4673 to receive confidential support from a trained staff member.

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    Warning: Spoilers ahead for the first season of "Dark."

    Netflix's new sci-fi mystery series "Dark" is the streaming service's first foray into original German programming, and the stunningly complex storyline has captivated viewers. 

    One of the show's best aspects is its hauntingly beautiful score, composed by Ben Frost. In addition to the original music Frost produced, "Dark" expertly uses existing songs from both the '80s and contemporary indie artists. 

    We've collected the best of the music here for your listening pleasure. Scroll all the way down for a Spotify playlist of all the songs, too.

    The opening credits are set to "Goodbye" by Apparat (featuring Soap & Skin).

    The song from the scene where Mikkel disappears on episode one is "Nightfall" by Mimi Page.

    The German song playing while Erik is strapped into the time machine is "Irgendwie Irgendwo Irgendwann" by Nena.

    On the second episode, "Industry" by Mire Kay plays while Magnus has a breakdown in his room.

    The episode three scene where 1986 and 2019 is shown side by side is set to "Familiar" by Agnes Obel.

    The emotional montage at the end of the fourth episode is set to "Keep the Streets Empty for Me" by Fever Ray. 

    "When I Was Done Dying" by Dan Deacon plays over the final montage of episode nine.

    And the final song used, during the giant wormhole explosion scene on episode 10, is "A Quiet Life" by Teho Teardo and Blixa Bargeld.

    Listen to the full collection of music played on "Dark" in the Spotify playlist below.

    Read more of our "Dark" coverage here, including a breakdown of everything revealed on the season one finale.

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    Netflix has shared a list of the TV shows that viewers binge-watched the most on its platform in 2017.

    Led by the true-crime satire "American Vandal," Netflix listed the ten series that were most popular for binge-watching (defined as watching more than two hours per day).  

    The streaming service looked at the average daily viewing hours per user between November 2016 and November 2017. The resulting list of shows includes several sci-fi series and a few unexpected titles. 

    Here are the top 10 most binge-watched shows on Netflix in 2017:

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    10. "The Confession Tapes"

    Netflix description: "This true crime documentary series investigates cases where people convicted of murder claim their confessions were coerced, involuntary or false."

    9. "The OA"

    Netflix description: "Seven years after vanishing from her home, a young woman returns with mysterious new abilities and recruits five strangers for a secret mission."

    8. "The Keepers"

    Netflix description: "This docuseries examines the decades-old murder of Sister Catherine Cesnik and its suspected link to a priest accused of abuse."

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    Co-stars from "Big Little Lies" and "Feud" are going toe-to-toe at the 75th Golden Globe Awards.

    HBO's hit drama "Big Little Lies" has two sets of actresses competing against each other in two categories, while FX's drama "Feud" has its lead actresses battling it out with each other. 

    Fans can tune in to see who takes the awards home on January 7 on NBC at 8 p.m. ET. 

    In the meantime, here's who should win. 

    Best actress in a TV miniseries or movie: Nicole Kidman vs. Reese Witherspoon from “Big Little Lies”

    Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon were both stunning on HBO's "Big Little Lies." Their roles as mothers, wives, and friends were full of riveting moments and both deserve their nominations.

    But Kidman's powerful portrayal as a victim of domestic abuse was emotionally vulnerable. Her gut-wrenching performance already earned her the Emmy for outstanding lead. She should get the Golden Globe as well.

    Winner: Nicole Kidman 

    Best supporting actress in a TV miniseries or movie: Laura Dern vs. Shailene Woodley from “Big Little Lies”

    Both Laura Dern and Shailene Woodley also stunned in their roles on the female-centric "Big Little Lies." The two play protective moms — Renata and Jane, respectively — who battle it out when Jane's son is accused of bullying Renata's daughter.

    Woodley's performance was great, but it's hard to forget Dern's thrilling meltdown in front of her pool as she's trying to figure out who is hurting her daughter. 

    Winner: Laura Dern 

    Best actress in a TV miniseries or movie: Jessica Lange vs. Susan Sarandon from “Feud: Bette and Joan”

    Jessica Lange and Joan Crawford channeled Hollywood icons Joan Crawford and Bette Davis to portray their infamous feud both on and off set on this FX limited series. But while both women nailed their parts, Sarandon's performance was a tad more dynamic and memorable. 

    Winner: Susan Sarandon 

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    Warning: There are major spoilers ahead if you have not seen Sunday's "The Walking Dead" mid-season finale.

    AMC's "The Walking Dead" caught fans off guard Sunday night when it revealed that Carl — one of the show's original characters — was bitten by a zombie.

    Chandler Riggs, who played Chandler, confirmed there's no coming back from this and that he will be departing the show after its return in February. 

    It's not just comic fans who are unhappy one of the characters with the most potential to continue carrying the show is getting killed off. The actor's father, William Riggs, had some choice words about the series' showrunner, Scott Gimple, and network to share with fans.

    "Watching Gimple fire my son 2 weeks before his 18th birthday after telling him they wanted him for the next 3 years was disappointing," wrote Riggs in a deleted Facebook message. "I never trusted Gimple or AMC, but Chandler did. I know how much it hurt him. But we do absolutely know how lucky we have been to be a part of it all and appreciate all the love from fans all these years!"

    We first spotted the comment getting circulated on "The Walking Dead" subreddit channel. INSIDER was able to review and capture the message in its entirety before it was taken down.

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    It's worth noting that William Riggs posted the comment on a Facebook page for "Walking Dead"-related tours he hosts called "Riggs Tours."

    According to the tour's Facebook page, for $19.99 Chandler's father will take fans to some of the show's filming locations and share "exclusive details of what goes on behind the scenes." It's not clear whether or not this is with the approval of AMC.

    Chandler told THR he had purchased a home near the show's filming location thinking he would be there for a while.

    "For a few days, we didn't know what to do; I just bought a house in Senoia [near where the show films in Georgia]," Chandler Riggs told THR. "That was a big deal that I wouldn't be on anymore. I decided that I wanted to not go to college for at least a year and move to L.A. and focus on acting and music." 

    AMC and William Riggs didn't immediately respond to INSIDER's request for comment.

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    The Golden Globes acknowledges the greatest in television shows and movies (with some exceptions), but they don't always reflect what Americans are watching.

    And with hundreds of scripted options, who can blame you. It's tough to add on new programming to an already overly-ambitious schedule of viewing.

    The winners will be announced when The Golden Globes airs at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, January 7, on NBC, so there's still some time to catch up on the nominees.

    Here are the 13 Globes-nominated shows you probably aren't watching, but you should be.

    Anjelica Oswald contributed to this article.

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    "Better Things" (FX)

    "Better Things" recently found itself in the spotlight when co-creator Louis C.K. admitted to sexual misconduct against several women over his career. That aside, co-creator Pamela Adlon perfectly plays a woman trying to balance motherhood and an acting career.

    Nomination: Best actress in a TV series comedy (Pamela Adlon)

    Where to stream: Hulu, FX Now

    Where to rent/buy: VUDU, iTunes, Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, Microsoft

    "The Crown" (Netflix)

    Is it possible to keep your marriage and family together as the weight of an entire kingdom on your shoulders? Not really, but Queen Elizabeth sure tries on "The Crown."

    Nominations: Best TV series (drama), best actress in a TV series drama (Claire Foy)

    Where to stream: Netflix

    Where to rent/buy: N/A

    "The Deuce" (HBO)

    It's the early-1970s and the porn industry is beginning to find a new resurgence in New York City. Twins Vincent and Frankie Martino, who are both played by James Franco, see an opportunity and hook up with a well-connected mobster to turn porn into profit.

    Nomination: Best actress in a TV series drama (Maggie Gyllenhaal)

    Where to stream: HBO

    Where to rent/buy: VUDU, iTunes, YouTube, Amazon Video, Google Play

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