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    red oitnb season 6

    Warning: This post contains major spoilers for "Orange Is the New Black."

    The sixth season of "Orange Is the New Black" is now streaming on Netflix. 

    If you haven't done a re-watch of season five before returning to the ladies of Litchfield and skipped the recap, you may have one massive question lingering in your head regarding Piscatella.

    This is your last chance to head back before spoilers. 

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    After the riot on season five, the Litchfield prisoners get separated and sent to max. After they get to their destinations, they learn correctional officer Desi Piscatella was killed and that someone is going to be charged with his murder.

    There’s just one problem. None of the women did it.

    The mystery of who killed Piscatella hangs over the entirety of season six. Since the new 13 episodes don't offer a direct flashback of the murder in question, you may be puzzled over what happened. 

    A quick reminder — Who is Piscatella?

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    Piscatella was the C.O. who wanted to escalate the riots and then tied up and kidnapped several of the prisoners, including Piper, Alex, and Red. In one of the series’ most difficult-to-watch moments, Piscatella scalped Red on the 10th episode of season five.

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    The women retaliated against him and, near the season's end, Tasha Jefferson (aka Taystee) held a gun to his head, blaming him for the death of her best friend, Poussey Washington. Ultimately, Red let's him go. 

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    So when and how was he killed? 

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    As the women let Piscatella go, a SWAT team entered the prison in riot gear. As Piscatella exits a doorway with his arms up, he gets shot dead in the eye by an inexperienced officer named Natoli. 

    how piscatella died oitnb

    Piscatella's murder went unreported. On season six, the murder is trying to be pinned on Red or Taystee since the two have motives for wanting him dead. 

    All 13 episodes of "Orange is the New Black" are now streaming on Netflix.

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    As the year flies by, the list of canceled TV shows piles up.

    While there's been somewhat of a quiet period since May, some networks are still cutting shows throughout the summer, including USA, which recently canceled sci-fi series "Colony" after three seasons. In June, Freeform canceled the supernatural teen drama, "Shadowhunters."

    ABC also canceled the previously renewed "Roseanne" revival in late May, after Roseanne Barr posted a racist tweet about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. However, ABC announced a spin-off called "The Conners" without Barr coming this fall.

    Amazon kicked off the year with a slew of cancellations, announcing the end of three quirky comedies, including the Golden Globe nominee "I Love Dick" and the comedian Tig Notaro's semi-autobiographical show, "One Mississippi." It canceled Golden Globe nominee "Mozart in the Jungle" in April, after four seasons, and recently canceled "Transparent," which will end after the upcoming fifth season.

    The long-running "The Jerry Springer Show" is ending after 27 seasons and 4,000 episodes. NBC's "Timeless," was also canceled for the second year in a row. NBC reversed its first decision to cancel the show last year after fan outcry. However, fans may have a movie to look forward to that gives the series a proper finale, though no official decision has been made.

    We'll update this list as more are announced.

    Here are all the shows that have been canceled this year, including those from networks and Netflix:

    SEE ALSO: The worst TV show of every year since 2000, according to critics

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    "Jean-Claude Van Johnson"— Amazon, one season



    "I Love Dick"— Amazon, one season



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    Eleven powers Stranger Things 2 trailer

    • Netflix's "Stranger Things" will return on air for its third season sometime in 2019.
    • This means fans have to wait more than a year between seasons once again.
    • During the Netflix panel at a Television Critics Association (TCA) event, vice president of original programming Cindy Holland explained some of the reasons behind this gap.
    • Holland said the creators, Matt and Ross Duffer, "want to deliver something bigger and better than what they did last year."
    • "They want to take the time to get it right," Holland said. "I think it's going to be a fantastic season. It's going to be worth the wait."
    • There are also a lot of "special effects" elements that take more time to produce.

    During its executive panel at the Television Critics Association (TCA), Netflix confirmed the third season of "Stranger Things" won't air until around the summer of 2019.

    When vice president of original programming Cindy Holland was asked why "Stranger Things" has been delayed until next summer, we learned that co-creators Matt and Ross Duffer are trying to up the ante once again.

    "Well it's a hand-crafted show," Holland said. "The Duffer Brothers and Shawn Levy work really hard and they understand the stakes are high. They want to deliver something bigger and better than what they did last year."

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    "They want to take the time to get it right," Holland said. "I think it's going to be a fantastic season. It's going to be worth the wait."

    The coming season will involve more CGI elements, too. That added production time is another reason why fans will have to wait even longer to see what Eleven, Hopper, and the rest of Hawkins get up to in the coming season.

    "There are more special effects and I think it's going to be a really exciting season, but it just takes a little more time," Holland said.

    Thanks to the first teaser for "Stranger Things" season three released earlier in the summer, we might have at least one clue of what to expect when it comes to a possible Russian spy subplot. For more, read INSIDER's list of the biggest questions we hope the third season answers.

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    Is peak TV stressing you out? We're here to make it a little less overwhelming.

    We know what it's like to spend too much time making important decisions like what to binge-watch on Netflix in your free tome, so every week we put together a list of three great shows you should watch.

    Here, you'll find shows you can finish in a day, and some you can at least get started on. We mix shows that have recently come onto the service with some old favorites you might have missed.

    From the brand new season of "Orange Is the New Black" to The CW's "Supergirl," here are three great TV shows you can binge-watch on Netflix this week:

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    "Orange Is the New Black"

    Seasons: 6

    Episodes: 78

    The latest season of the Netflix original arrived this past Friday. You can either revisit the entire series before you catch up on it or get straight into its sixth season, which is a vast improvement of the fifth season, which was a bit static. Season six tears most of the cast apart, which helps introduce some refreshing storylines for these characters we've followed for so long now. 



    "Dark Tourist"

    Seasons: 1

    Episodes: 8

    This show follows journalist David Farrier as he explores tourist spots all around the world that are dangerous, weird, or strange. It includes a nuclear lake and an interview with Pablo Escobar's favorite hitman.



    "Supergirl"

    Seasons: 3

    Episodes: 65

    "Supergirl" is a delightful binge because unlike the movies in the DCEU (excluding "Wonder Woman"), it embraces the absurdity of the caped hero thing, and has some fun with it. Supergirl (played by the wonderful Melissa Benoist) is a flawed but gripping protagonist and the show is tame enough for a younger audience, but deep enough that adults can get really invested in it, too. 



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    • On Sunday's episode of "Who Is America?" Sacha Baron Cohen made the former US Senate candidate Roy Moore participate in a "pedophile detector" test.
    • Cohen, disguised as his recurring character of an Israeli "anti-terror expert," interviewed Moore and concluded the segment by pulling out a metal-detector wand he said the Israeli military had been using to detect pedophiles.
    • Cohen tested the wand repeatedly on himself, Moore, and another man in the room, saying it must be "malfunctioning" for beeping only when it was waved over Moore.
    • Moore lost his Senate race in Alabama last year after eight women accused him of sexual misconduct, including several who were teenagers at the time they say the misconduct occurred. 

    On Sunday's episode of Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series "Who Is America?" Cohen duped the former US Senate candidate Roy Moore into participating in a "pedophile detector" test.

    Cohen, disguised as his recurring character of an Israeli "anti-terror expert" named Col. Erran Morad, interviewed Moore and concluded the segment by pulling out a metal-detector wand he said the Israeli military had been using to detect pedophiles.

    Moore lost to Doug Jones in a run-off election in Alabama in December after eight women accused him of sexual misconduct, including several who were teenagers at the time they say the misconduct occurred. One woman said Moore groped her when she was 14 and he was 32.

    "If they detect a pedophile, the wand alerts the law enforcement and the schools within a 100-mile radius," Cohen said, taking out the wand. "It's very, very simple to use. You just switch it on, and because neither of us is a sex offender, then it makes absolutely nothing."

    In the segment, Cohen tested the wand repeatedly on himself, Moore, and another man in the room, saying it must be "malfunctioning" for beeping only when it was waved over Moore.

    "I've been married for 33 years and never had an accusation of such things," Moore said. "If this is an instrument — and certainly I'm not a pedophile, OK? I don't know, maybe Israeli technology hasn't developed properly."

    Earlier this month, before the show's premiere, Moore released a statement in which he threatened to sue Showtime and Cohen, accusing them of tricking him and other Republican politicians into segments that would "embarrass, humiliate, and mock not only Israel," but conservatives like himself.

    Watch the segment below:

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    A slew of TV shows were canceled in 2017, and the list of shows canceled in 2018 has grown quickly since May as networks decide their schedules of new and returning shows.

    Despite a down period after the brutal series of cancellations in May, Freeform canceled "Shadowhunters" in June (it will complete its run in 2019), and USA canceled "Colony" in July. 

    So far in 2018, networks have canceled fan favorites like "The Last Man on Earth" and "Quantico." Fox also canceled its quirky cop comedy "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," but NBC picked it up for another season less than two days later.

    ABC also canceled the previously renewed "Roseanne" revival, after Roseanne Barr posted a racist tweet about former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. However, ABC announced a spin-off called "The Conners" without Barr coming this fall.

    In 2018, the streaming giants are canceling more shows than ever as well, with many getting cut on Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix

    So if you're wondering why a show you love hasn't returned in 2018, it might have been canceled. (You can also use this list to see what shows are not returning in the fall or in 2019.)

    In this roundup, we've included the long-running "The Jerry Springer Show" which is ending after 27 seasons and 4,000 episodes, as well as NBC's "Timeless," which was canceled for the second year in a row. NBC reversed its first decision to cancel the show last year after fan outcry. However, fans may have a movie to look forward to that gives the series a proper finale, though no official decision has been made.

    Here are all the shows that were canceled in 2017 and 2018, including those from networks and streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon:

    SEE ALSO: All 26 notable new Netflix original shows that debuted in 2017, ranked from worst to best

    Canceled in 2018:



    "The Mayor"— ABC, one season



    "Chance"— Hulu, two seasons



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    Sacha Baron Cohen's new Showtime series, "Who Is America?," caused a stir before its premiere earlier this month, as several Republican politicians felt the need to get ahead of the show in explaining how Cohen "duped" them to appear on it.

    The former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, the former congressman Joe Walsh, and the former US Senate candidate Roy Moore were among those who preceded the show's premiere with statements explaining their appearances on the series and criticizing Cohen.

    In the show's pilot episode, Cohen, disguised as an Israeli "anti-terror expert," roped several Republican congressmen and former elected officials into voicing their support for a program that would arm toddlers with guns to prevent school shootings.

    This week, in episode three, Cohen tricked Moore into participating in a "pedophile detector" test and conducted a comically uncomfortable joint interview with the Atlanta rapper Bone Crusher and the former South Carolina state representative Chip Limehouse.

    Before the show's premiere, Matt Drudge of The Drudge Report tweeted a list of political and media figures he said Cohen had "finked" for the series, including Palin, Howard Dean, and David Patreus, all of whom we can expect to see in the show's subsequent four episodes.

    Here are the notable people and politicians who have appeared on "Who Is America?" so far:

    SEE ALSO: Watch Sacha Baron Cohen trick Roy Moore into participating in a 'pedophile detector' test

    Sen. Bernie Sanders

    The show's first episode began with Cohen interviewing Sanders, the Vermont senator who was a Democratic presidential candidate in 2016, as a right-wing conspiracy theorist character named Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr.

    Sanders, with a perplexed expression, politely dodged and shut down various absurd questions on income inequality and other topics from Cohen's Ruddick.



    Larry Pratt, executive director emeritus of Gun Owners of America

    In the strongest segment on Sunday's episode, Cohen's Israeli "anti-terror expert" character, Col. Erran Morad, introduced Pratt and several other conservative political figures to a fake program called "Kinderguardians" that would arm children as young as 3.

    Pratt endorsed the program and, reading off a teleprompter, said: "Toddlers are pure, uncorrupted by fake news or homosexuality. They don't care if it's politically correct to shoot a mentally deranged gunman. They'll just do it."



    Florida congressman Matt Gaetz

    Cohen's Morad character interviewed Gaetz for the segment on arming toddlers, but Gaetz wisely sidestepped the topic, saying, "Typically members of Congress don't just hear a story about a program and then indicate whether they support it or not."



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    It's been 15 years since "The OC" first premiered and drew viewers to the Californian coast. 

    Premiering on August 5, 2003, the series ran for four seasons and featured a cast helmed by Ben McKenzie (Ryan Atwood), Adam Brody (Seth Cohen), Rachel Bilson (Summer Roberts), and Mischa Barton (Marissa Cooper). But joining the four friends on various episodes are a collection of celebrity guest stars that include Paris Hilton and Chris Pratt. 

    Here are 21 celebrities you might have forgotten appeared on the show. 

    Chris Pratt played Winchester "Che" Cook, one of Summer's friends that she met at Brown.

    He gets Summer into activism, but then gets her suspended from Brown during the fourth season. 



    Olivia Wilde was Alex Kelly, a bartender who ended up dating both Seth and Marissa on season two.

    After she and Marissa break up, she decides to move back home and return to school. 



    Bella Thorne played a young Taylor Townsend in flashbacks.

    She gives Summer her original poem to read in class for an invite to Summer's birthday party.



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    • Stephen Colbert discussed the allegations of sexual misconduct against Les Moonves, the CEO and chairman of CBS, in his monologue on Monday.
    • Six women accused Moonves, Colbert's boss, of sexual misconduct in a New Yorker report published Friday.
    • The "Late Show" host did a comic spit-take upon learning that Ronan Farrow, who previously wrote a bombshell report on allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein, also wrote the Moonves report.
    • "That's not good," Colbert said. "Ronan isn't exactly known for his puff pieces about glamping."

    Stephen Colbert addressed the recent allegations of sexual misconduct against his boss, Les Moonves, the CEO and chairman of CBS, in his "Late Show" monologue on Monday.

    Six women accused Moonves of sexual misconduct in a New Yorker report by Ronan Farrow published Friday.

    Colbert opened his monologue by joking that he had been in South Carolina without internet ("They don't have it there yet," he said) when he "heard that there was an article about CBS Chairman — and man I hope isn't watching tonight's monologue — Les Moonves."

    The "Late Show" host then did a spit-take upon learning that Farrow, who previously wrote a bombshell New Yorker report on allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein, also wrote the Moonves report.

    "That's not good," Colbert said. "Ronan isn't exactly known for his puff pieces about glamping."

    Colbert threw to a news clip detailing the allegations against Moonves. The New Yorker reported that four women described "a practiced routine" of forcible kissing and touching.

    "Well, you know the old saying: 'How do you get in a Ronan Farrow article? Practice, practice, practice,'" Colbert said.

    The host then addressed CBS's announcement on Monday that the company would not suspend Moonves amid an outside investigation into the allegations against him.

    "I don't know why they're outsourcing this," Colbert said of the investigation. "They could just use the cast of the new CBS procedural 'CSI: CEO.'"

    Watch the clip below:

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    liz lemon 30 rock desk"30 Rock" ran on NBC for seven seasons, giving fans hours of hilarity and unforgettable catchphrases like "What the what?"

    Because the show centered around a "Saturday Night Live"-inspired late night comedy show (and counted plenty of "SNL" bigwigs among its core team, like creator Tina Fey, costar Tracy Morgan, and executive producer Lorne Michaels), it’s not surprising that tons of celebrities dropped in for guest appearances throughout the show’s life.

    Here’s a list of 50 celebrities who made guest appearances on "30 Rock."

    Peter Hermann went on a date with Liz Lemon.

    Peter Hermann’s been lighting up our TV screens lately as the swoon-worthy Charles Brooks on "Younger" (#TeamCharles all the way), but back in 2006, he guest-starred in the season one episode "The Head and the Hair" as Gray, a handsome CNBC guy Liz (Tina Fey) meets in the elevator and agrees to join for a date. Things go pretty well at first … until Liz makes a squirm-worthy discovery in Gray’s apartment.



    Isabella Rossellini played Donaghy’s ex-wife.

    The radiant screen and style icon (and daughter of Ingrid Bergman) Isabella Rossellini graced "30 Rock" with her presence a couple of times during season one as Bianca, Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin)’s ex-wife who appears very elegant and put-together.

     



    Chris Matthews and Tucker Carlson played themselves.

    "30 Rock" loved to bring well-known figures on the show to play themselves, and in season one’s "Hard Ball," they welcomed MSNBC host Chris Matthews and Fox News personality Tucker Carlson on board to interrogate Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski) over some misleading quotes from a Maxim magazine interview.



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    • Comedian Leslie Jones appeared on ABC's "The View" on Monday and shared her opinion on celebrities like James Gunn coming under fire for resurfaced, controversial tweets.
    • The Emmy-nominated star said that she's been doing comedy since the '80s and shouldn't be held "accountable" for some things she said at the time because she "wasn't smart."
    • "Stop walking around so offended," she said. "You're not going to be able to survive life if you walk around offended."

     

    Leslie Jones wants you to just just let her do her job. As a comedian, she says that just means being able to make people laugh, and do so without the worry of people dredging up the past.

    On Monday, the "Saturday Night Live" star appeared on "The View" and was asked for her thoughts on the recent proliferation of celebrities including, James Gunn, Sarah Silverman and Dan Harmon, who had to face consequences after their old tweets that were deemed offensive resurfaced online.

    Jones didn't mince words, telling the show's co-hosts, "I think that's so stupid. It's just so dumb."

    She went on to say she's been working in comedy since 1986. And if you looked back through her career, it would definitely include inappropriate material, but she doesn't believe anyone should hold her accountable for what she said in 1987.

    "I mean, I wasn't smart! Do you know what I'm saying? I'm so happy social media wasn't going on in my twenties," Jones said. "I would be the comeback kid. Y'all would be sitting there going, 'Oh, she is so respectable now.'"

    Jones continued to press her point by telling the co-hosts that people need to "stop holding comedians to this standard."

    "Our job is to make the ugliest stuff funny; that's our job," she said. "We are court jesters, we are clowns. That's what we do. We come out and we make this terrible situation laughable, unless you wanna cry for the rest of your life."

    She added, "You're not letting comedians do their job, and you're miserable ... because laughter is a release that you are now cutting off. Stop walking around so offended. You're not going to be able to survive life if you walk around offended."

    In recent weeks, it hasn't just been comedians that have been feeling the heat over old tweets. "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn — who is a vocal critic of President Trump and was set to helm the franchise's third installment — was fired by Disney after far-right media personalities resurfaced his years-old tweets. The tweets, which have now been deleted, made light of sensitive subjects including pedophilia, rape, the 9/11 terror attacks, and the holocaust.  

    Walt Disney chairman Alan Horn said the "offensive attitudes and statements" represented in Gunn's tweets were "indefensible and inconsistent" with the studio's values when he announced that the studio had fired the director.

    In the weeks since Gun was fired, the film's cast including Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana have rallied around the director and asked the studio to rehire him for the film. Fan support for the director has also been strong, and a petition with more than 250,000 signatures asking Disney to rehire him is currently circulating online.

    Gunn's tweets and subsequent firing have had a snowball effect in Hollywood. "Rick and Morty" co-creator Dan Harmon left Twitter after a nearly decade-old sketch resurfaced online, which according to the AV Club, featured Harmon assaulting a baby doll. Harmon quickly released a statement apologizing for the sketch, admitting that he "quickly realized the content was way too distasteful and took the video down immediately."

    Similarly, comedian Sarah Silverman is also being forced to defend herself over a joke she made on Twitter in 2009 that made light of pedophilia.

    And "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" director Rian Johnson preemptively deleted 20,000 tweets in an effort to avoid getting tangled in controversy at the hands of conservative trolls.

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    • In a new preview from the Season 15 premiere episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians,"Kim Kardashian West and Khloe Kardashian wonder what's up with Kourtney's mean attitude.
    • On the episode, the sisters have been butting heads over the family's annual Christmas card. As Kim discusses the planning of that photo shoot and a baby shower, Kourtney just criticizes Khloe's taste in decor and shoots mean stares at her sisters.
    • At one point, an annoyed Khloe tells the camera, "Trust me, if I wasn't pregnant I would probably just f--kin' drown in her the pool."
    • "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" returns Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on E!.
    • Watch the preview below.

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    • In a new preview from the Season 15 premiere episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians,"Kim Kardashian West and Khloe Kardashian wonder what's up with Kourtney Kardashian's mean attitude.
    • On the episode, the sisters have been butting heads over the family's annual Christmas card. As Kim discusses the planning of that photo shoot and a baby shower, Kourtney just criticizes Khloe's taste in decor and shoots mean stares at her sisters.
    • At one point, an annoyed Khloe tells the camera, "Trust me, if I wasn't pregnant I would probably just f-----' drown her in the pool."
    • "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" returns Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on E!.
    • Watch the preview below.

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    • CNN is releasing a final season of Anthony Bourdain's docuseries "Parts Unknown" this fall, The Los Angeles Times reports.
    • Bourdain committed suicide in June while filming an episode of the series in France.
    • The five-episode final season, the 12th in the series, will only feature one episode with Bourdain's voiceover narration, while the other four episodes will piece together footage of Bourdain with follow-up guest interviews that are yet to be filmed. 

    CNN will release a final season of Anthony Bourdain's travel docuseries "Parts Unknown" this fall, The Los Angeles Times reports.

    Bourdain committed suicide in June while filming an episode of the hit series in France.

    Amy Entelis, the executive vice president of talent and content at CNN, told the Times that only one episode of the show's final season was completed before Bourdain's death.

    That episode, filmed in Kenya with W. Kamau Bell, host of CNN's "United Shades of America," will be the only episode of the five-episode season to feature Bourdain's written voiceover narration, Entelis said. The other four episodes will piece together footage of Bourdain with follow-up interviews that are yet to be filmed, featuring guests of the show remembering its late host.

    "Each one will feel slightly different depending on what’s gathered in the field," Entelis told the Times. "They will have the full presence of Tony because you’ll see him, you’ll hear him, you’ll watch him. That layer of his narration will be missing, but it will be replaced by other voices of people who are in the episodes."

    Entelis said that the last episode of the series will be devoted to "how Tony affected the world." It will feature fan reactions to his program and interviews with guests who appeared on the series.

    The Times notes that in the first half of 2018, commercials on new episodes of "Parts Unknown" earned an average of $8,601, the most of any CNN program, according to Standard Media Index. CNN ran the show in re-runs 166 times from October 1, 2017, to June 14 of this year, according to the Times.

    The series has also had a second life on Netflix. In June, following Bourdain's death, Netflix extended a deal to keep "Parts Unknown" on its service for the foreseeable future, after fans petitioned the company to renew its license for the series, which was set to expire in June.

    Read the Times feature here.

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    • Jennifer Aniston would love a "Friends" reboot, she told InStyle.
    • "I fantasize about it," the actor, who is the magazine's September cover star, said.
    • Aniston said she could see the show looking a lot of different ways, and would love an all-girls reboot with Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox.
    • "We just give it some time and then Lisa, Courteney, and I could reboot 'The Golden Girls' and spend our last years together on wicker furniture," she joked.


    If you spend your days rewatching "Friends" on Netflix, dreaming of a modern-day rendition, you're not alone. In fact, Jennifer Aniston is right there with you.

    Speaking with InStyle for the cover of its September issue, the actor said she wants the series to make a comeback.

    "I fantasize about it," Aniston said of a "Friends" reboot. "It really was the greatest job I ever had. I don’t know what it would look like today, but you never know. So many shows are being successfully rebooted."

    The actor said that fans have been asking for the series to come back for over a decade.

    "Before that show ended, people were asking if we were coming back. Courteney [Cox] and Lisa [Kudrow] and I talk about it," she said.

    But not all of their co-stars are as enthusiastic about the prospect of "Friends" returning, Aniston said.

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    "So many shows are being successfully rebooted," she said. "I know Matt LeBlanc doesn’t want to be asked that question anymore. But maybe we could talk him into it."

    But if things don't work out for "Friends," Aniston has other plans.

    "Or we just give it some time and then Lisa, Courteney, and I could reboot 'The Golden Girls' and spend our last years together on wicker furniture," she joked.

    Well, as they say, we'll always have the memories — or endless Netflix marathons.

    You can read the cover full story online or in print when it hits newsstands on August 10. 

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    • Amy Adams appeared on NBC's "Late Night With Seth Meyers" on Tuesday and spoke about the times she got fired from TV shows early in her career. 
    • The "Sharp Objects" actress said that for one show — "Dr. Vegas"— she "wasn't really fired," but a tall, blonde actress was added to the cast.
    • "And they dyed my hair red, and then I was fired for not being sexy enough," Adams said. 
    • Adams added that her co-star at the time, Rob Lowe, also talked about the TV show in his 2014 book.

     

    Amy Adams is known for her award-winning roles in films, but the actress had a few stints on television before making it big.

    The "Sharp Objects" star appeared on NBC's "Late Night With Seth Meyers" on Tuesday and discussed the time she was let go from a TV show project because she wasn't "sexy enough."  

    "I had done television, not a lot of it had made it to air," Adams said. "Some of it got canceled, but I also got fired from three shows."

    The 43-year-old star went on to say that there were "three very different" reasons behind each one. She joked about each experience and said that for one series, she "wasn't really fired, but they brought in a really tall blonde and I knew."

    "And they dyed my hair red, and then I was fired for not being sexy enough."

    Adams added that Rob Lowe, who she briefly worked with, already shared the story in his 2014 book, "Love Life."

    "Rob Lowe writes about it in his book, they were right," she said. "I was not sexy enough. They were right."

    When Lowe's memoir was released four years ago, he mentioned his short-lived TV show "Dr. Vegas."

    "For the part of my nurse and will-they-or-won't-they love interest, we all agreed on Amy Adams after seeing her in 'Catch Me If You Can,'" Lowe shared in his book. "Clearly she was a substantive actress, beautiful (but not in a TV way) and very, very smart. And together she and I had the one thing you can't fake: chemistry."

    According to Lowe, he was informed that Adams was "not sexy enough to be the love interest." The lead actress of the show then became Sarah Lancaster.

    As for the other two TV parts, Adams said that she was fired because she "looked way too young,""was trying too hard," and another actress "became available."

    She went on to say that she "thought my relationship with TV was over," but then HBO's "Sharp Objects" came around and Adams was "excited by the prospect of coming back in this way."

    Watch the video below (Adams talks about her acting experiences at 1:33)

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    • Mila Kunis appeared on NBC's "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Monday and talked about her honeymoon with Ashton Kutcher — which didn't go as planned.
    • The actress listed all the things that went wrong on the couple's trip, which included her in-laws and daughter Wyatt.
    • The "Spy Who Dumped Me" star said that the air conditioning broke and their maps app took them on a dangerous road, among other issues.
    • Kunis and Kutcher have been married since 2015. 

     

    Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's relationship seems like the stuff of fairy-tales, but their honeymoon was a complete nightmare.

    Kunis stopped by NBC's "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Monday where she compared the couple's honeymoon to a "real-life National Lampoon movie." The actress explained how disaster struck when the couple traversed along the California countryside in an RV with their then-10-month-old daughter, Wyatt, and Kutcher's parents in tow.

    Driving in what she described as a "tin can on wheels," Kunis recalled how problems arose just eight hours into their trip.

    "Our air conditioner breaks in Bakersfield in 110-degree weather," she said, adding that things got worse from there when the entire RV broke down and they tried to find somewhere to get it fixed.

    "We almost died on the side of the road when Apple Maps took us on a road — it wasn't a road — it was a fire road on the side of a mountain," she said. "We all had to jump out of the vehicle and walk for, like, three miles while my father-in-law drove the van and Ashton navigated him over massive boulders because there had just been a massive flood. Guys, this was like, day two."

    Kunis said more bumps in the trip followed thanks to the actress' mother-in-law, who was in charge of booking RV parks to stay in. The actress explained that rather than consult the internet, her mother-in-law used out-of-date travel books that led the group to places that "barely" existed.

    "She's like, 'We'll end in Napa, it'll be beautiful.' I was like, 'You know what, what could go wrong?' Lemme tell you. An RV park not in Napa, but an hour outside of Napa with two prisons, OK? Yes guys, that is where our RV trip ended. And my husband looked at me and goes, 'I quit,' and I’m like, 'Me too.'"

    The tale of the disastrous honeymoon is just one of the stories Kunis has recently shared on her busy promotional tour for her new movie "The Spy Who Dumped Me." The 34-year-old also appeared on Marc Maron’s "WTF" podcast on Monday, where she got candid about the early days of her relationship with Kutcher.

    Kunis revealed that when the couple — who played each other's love interests for years on "That '70s Show"— first got together they never really dated and were just hooking up. That changed when Kunis realized she had feelings for Kutcher.

    "I felt like I got punched in the gut, literally overnight," she told Maron. "I was like, you know what, I actually care about you. I don't want to mess anything up so I'm just going to walk away before it becomes too much."

    Kunis said the next morning, Kutcher showed up at her house and asked him to move in with her. The actress said she told him she wasn't ready, but he insisted and told her, "I'm not going to lose you."

    Watch the video below (Kunis talks about the honeymoon at 1:34). 

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    Warning: There are spoilers ahead for season six of "Orange Is the New Black."

    Season six of "OITNB" is now streaming on Netflix. If you've been bingeing you may have noticed some of your favorite characters are missing from the new episodes. 

    Most noticeable among the missing inmates is fan-favorite Maritza Ramos (Diane Guerrero), the feisty, make-up loving, wise-cracking sweetheart around Litchfield prison. 

    Instead, we see her best friend, Flaca (Jackie Cruz), wandering the halls of Litchfield's max prison without her partner-in-crime, trying to get by without her, and hosting a radio show with the most unlikely of new friends, Cindy. It's not the same as the YouTube channel she was running with her gal pal, but it's something.

    What happened to Maritza?

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    It's a pretty simple answer.

    Early on the season, Flaca says Maritza was sent to another prison in Ohio after the riot came to an end at Litchfield prison.

    If you go back to the season five finale, many of the women were separated and placed on buses going to all different parts of the country.

    While Maritza and Flaca tried to stick together, a guard wedged them apart and sent them on different paths. They try and say they're together, like on a field trip. But, alas, this is prison. There are no bus buddies. 

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    Maritza isn't the only woman sent to a different prison than Flaca, Piper, and Red. 

    Boo and Skinhead Helen can be seen briefly on season six's third episode. But other than that, we're not sure where the rest of the women are currently being held.

    Why didn't some of the cast come back? 

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    Episode writer Brian Chamberlayne told the Hollywood Reporter the smaller cast allowed for a better focus on a core group of characters on the new season.

    "The change of location provided the opportunity, in that the first season is Piper being a fish-out-of-water in the prison," said Chamberlayne. "We get to know all these characters around her, so it’s only fitting that when we’re coming to the end of her story in prison that we see those same characters that we met in season one in this new location where they’re all fish-out-of-water. They’re having to make new friendships and bonds and also learn how to survive in a different way." 

    Does that mean we could see any of the other women again in a larger capacity? Maybe. But it needs to serve the story moving forward.

    "If the story takes us there, it has to be organic for us," executive producer Tara Herrmann told THR. "We never want to suddenly be in a world that we haven’t set up. But we love those characters and miss them as storytellers for sure, so we hope to always see them."

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