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Actor Richard Kind and Martin O'Malley play in Stephen Colbert skit

The Democratic National Convention saw many supporters of former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders refusing to accept that Hillary Clinton was named the nominee. And there was one fan “still fighting the good fight” for Martin O’Malley.

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'Big Bang' cast films PSA about melanoma after death of young Md. fan

CBS’s hit comedy show “The Big Bang Theory” is known for its laughs and nerdy jokes, but in a recent public service announcement, the cast got serious for a worthy cause.

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Former Churchville gas station dressed up for 'House of Cards' shooting

A former gas station at the intersection of Route 136 and Route 22 in Churchville briefly got a makeover this week as a set for shooting scenes for the Netflix series "House of Cards."

The station, closed for over a decade at the busy intersection, was made up to look like a fictional Surf gas station and convenience store.

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'The Bachelorette' recap: Chad brings the drama on 'The Men Tell All'

Tonight is the crowd favorite episode — “The Men Tell All” — where many of the season’s rejects return to the small screen to face one another and JoJo. I’ve been watching this stupid show for 10 years, and this is definitely the most excited I’ve ever been for this episode because we were given quite the gift of a villain this season. And he’s back tonight.

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'The Bachelorette' recap: the Fantasy Suite dates

In tonight’s episode, we are taken back to the airplane hangar where JoJo is ready to send one man home. Luke, a man who believes unicorns are real, interrupts her to take her aside and tell her he is in love with her, which sends her into tears.

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'Divergent' finale to skip theaters, launch as a TV movie and spinoff series

Lionsgate is planning to wrap up the "Divergent Series" with a television movie and a spinoff series, Variety has learned.

Negotiations are in the early stages, but instead of having "The Divergent Series: Ascendant" open in theaters next year, the studio wants to wrap up the film series on the small screen, according to an individual with knowledge of the situation.

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