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‘SNL’ fires new hire Shane Gillis

‘SNL’ fires new hire Shane Gillis

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Duane Chapman under doctor’s care after medical incident

Duane Chapman under doctor’s care after medical incident

Duane “Dog” Chapman, star of WGN America’s “Dog’s Most Wanted,” is being monitored after a medical incident over the weekend, a representative for the TV star tells CNN. “I can confirm Dog is under doctor’s care and is resting comfortably,” a representative for Chapman said in a statement, following reports he’d experienced a heart-related emergency.…

Dr Who star Christopher Eccleston says he was anorexic while in the role

Dr Who star Christopher Eccleston says he was anorexic while in the role

Christopher Eccleston, the British actor who starred as the ninth Doctor in the long-running sci-fi series “Doctor Who,” has spoken out about his struggle with anorexia and suicidal depression. In his upcoming autobiography, “I Love the Bones of You,” Eccleston talks about his mental health, describing himself as a “lifelong body-hater.” Eccleston, who brought the…

‘Unbelievable’ strikes a nerve with timing of Netflix debut

‘Unbelievable’ strikes a nerve with timing of Netflix debut

“Unbelievable” was going to be provocative under any circumstances, focusing on a Pulitzer Prize-winning article about how a serial rapist evaded detection for some time, in large part because police were unwilling to believe his victims. Yet the timing of the Netflix series, which premiered on Sept. 13, turned out to be unexpectedly fortuitous in…

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