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Posted 8/8/14 at 9:30 am ET

MTV’s Faking It star Michael J. Willett on being a “modern Ferris Bueller” and what’s in store for season two

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An MTV series about two girls in high school pretending to be lesbians is all well and good—but add a loud and proud sass master like Shane (played by out actor Michael J. Willett) to the mix and you’ve got teen drama gold!

As everyone’s new favorite comedy gears up for a 10-episode second season (I would have preferred 22 eps, but I’ll try not to be greedy)— it was a bit touch and go there waiting for news of a renewal… fans flocked to social media and demanded that their voice be heard and that their beloved show return for more fun, puns, and hookups.

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Posted 8/6/14 at 3:27 pm ET

The masterminds behind The Gay Women Channel dish on new web series, Faking It, and more!

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Have you ever lived with someone you dated and then broke up… What do you do? Who gets to stay? Or better yet who gets the Disney DVD collection including the one with your favorite new heroine Queen Elsa? Well, have we got something special for you. Til Lease Do Us Part, a new lesbian web series about ex-girlfriends Mikka and Shannon which follows their cohabitation after their untimely demise, is on our radar, and it should be on yours too!  

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Posted 6/30/14 at 8:32 pm ET

No, Orange Is the New Black doesn’t have a man problem

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The Atlantic posted an article today criticizing Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black for its irresponsibility at how it portrays male characters. If you’re somehow unfamiliar with OITNB, here’s a brief synopsis: The show is the story of a woman named Piper who goes to prison for a drug-related crime she committed years back.

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Posted 6/26/14 at 8:17 pm ET

INTERVIEW with Brooke Butler: ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE star dishes role in cult classic and teases new film!

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There is certainly no shortage of horror flicks out there today, but I bet you’ve never seen one quite like All Cheerleaders Die. This new breed of horror comedy not only has a twisted sense of humor but a stellar cast.  And let’s just say that if Girls Gone Wild and your favorite gory film had a baby—its offspring would look a little bit like this movie!

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Posted 6/26/14 at 3:39 pm ET

Emmys 2014 dream nominees: Supporting actor in a comedy series

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Being really funny in a sitcom no longer awards you the Emmy for supporting actor in a comedy. The supporting characters are usually the sidekicks. The Robins to the Batmans. And because of that, they’re usually the comedic relief. They’re what Chandler Bing was supposed to be: the funny guy you bring it when you need a joke to land.

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Posted 6/19/14 at 6:21 pm ET

Child actors were amazing this season

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Dana Brody on Homeland is home after a rehab stint. She’s just met a new boy she likes in rehab, but her doctors tell her she’s free to go. You can’t technically communicate with someone who’s still in rehab, but obviously this new boy has a cellphone. They begin texting each other.

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Posted 6/3/14 at 8:08 pm ET

Chasing Life star Italia Ricci talks ‘April Carver’ and her unfathomable fate

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Tuesday’s are about to get a little more interesting with the series premiere of ABC Family’s most anticipated show of the summer. Chasing Life, a new drama following the life of April Carver, an aspiring journalist with the world at her fingertips… until she receives some shocking news that rattles her world.

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Posted 5/30/14 at 10:27 am ET

Candid Q&A with Reign star Caitlin Stasey, who describes herself as ‘brazenly sexual and unapologetic’

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Society continues to put us on pedestals, pedestals that no one can possibly be expected to stay on for long, especially those directly in the public eye. For those people— the celebrities, the politicians, the mildly famous— having an opinion is almost unheard of out of fear of unmanageable backlash… but not for Caitlin Stasey.

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Posted 5/29/14 at 8:00 am ET

Italian Bred’s L.A. Premiere: Candice Guardino, creator and star dishes embarrassing moments, family reactions & more!

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Candice Guardino, entertainer extraordinaire has been impersonating family members ever since she was a child. Luckily for us, that smart-alecky kid turned into the lively, brilliant woman we all have come to know today. Guardino, the creator of Italian Bred, the one-woman show which opens TONIGHT at The Hudson Theatre in California to a sold-out crowd, was raised in an Italian family that can only be described as “crazy.”

The actress/singer/writer (I told you she was extraordinary) not only wrote the show, but stars in it portraying a multitude of familial personalities.

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Posted 5/27/14 at 9:03 am ET

Interview: August Roads, up-and-coming star, talks MTV’s Faking It, music & more!

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August Roads, a name you’ll surely want to remember (can you say major heartthrob musician potential?) has taken the Faking It world by storm. Despite his seemingly short stint on the show, his portrayal of Oliver, a character in which Roads describes as sort of a MacGuffin to the overall storyline on MTV’s rookie series has without a doubt sparked the interest of thousands of fans across the U.S.

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