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'Bachelor in Paradise' recap: Addressing the controversy ... kind of

Well, here we are, Night 2 of the Most Dramatic Season Ever of “Bachelor in Paradise,” which might actually be the Most Dramatic Season Ever. But before we get to the bottom of the DeMario and Corinne situation and the production shutdown, we get to relive Carly and Evan’s love story and see their wedding.


Opening scenes are a veritable who’s who of Bachelor Nation. I spot Ashley I.

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'Bachelor in Paradise' premiere recap: What happened before the shutdown

Before we get to the “Bachelor in Paradise” premiere recap, a note from TV Lust’s longtime “Bachelor” franchise recapper, Abby Draper:

Season 4 of “Bachelor in Paradise” has begun, and for the first time in years, I will not be providing a snarky recap to TV Lust for you to read the morning after … when the haze of Paradise has (kind of) worn off.

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Model Liris Crosse makes great strides as 'Project Runway' cast member

Less than a year ago, Liris Crosse was ready to walk away from her career as a plus-sized model.

She had paid her dues working in New York City for more than a decade and was tired of being rejected for her size and color —especially in recent years. She was considering a change.

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Baltimore TV personality Mike Rowe to host new show on Facebook

Baltimore TV personality Mike Rowe — known for sharing funny texts from his mother on social media and “letters” from his dog — will host a new show on Facebook, according to a recent Facebook release.

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Game of Thrones episode 5 recap: 'The threat is real'

What an episode for touching (longing?) gazes between potential family members, completely awful plans, ignoring the single most important development of this series thus far (ahem, Sam) and of course, impending doom.

Let’s get into it.

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Shonda Rhimes moves to Netflix from ABC in a deal she says has 'limitless possibilities'

Shonda Rhimes, the creator of popular television series such as “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” has signed a deal to make new shows for Netflix.

The streaming service announced late Sunday that Rhimes’ Shondaland production company is moving to Netflix. Rhimes’ shows “Grey’s Anatomy,” ″Scandal” and “How to Get Away With Murder” will continue to air on ABC, Netflix said in a new release about the deal.

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