Believe it or not, Euphegenia Doubtfire is preparing herself for a big-screen comeback! Yes, two decades later, Robin Williams will return for a Mrs. Doubtfire sequel.
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Faking It actors Gregg Sulkin, Rita Volk, and Katie Stevens give us the lowdown on MTV's newest scripted series about two high school girls who pretend to be lovers for the sake popularity.
The second half of Switched at Birth season 3 is right around the corner, and Vanessa Marano had plenty to say about Bay and Emmett's up-and-down relationship.
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PREMIERING THIS WEEK
Make 'Em Laugh
Spring is the perfect time for a good-natured chuckle. Luckily, there's a pretty diverse selection of comedy on TV these days. With programming running the gamut from satire to improv, you'll find something perfect for you. We suggest starting (or catching up) with these.
Life's a Stage
Reality TV can bring out the worst in people—but it can also bring out the best. We have both ends of that spectrum featured here. Pick your poison. We never judge. We're right there with you.
SCIFI & FANTASY SUGGESTIONS
Reality Stops Here
Real world problems are so ordinary, you know? Why not spend some time in Westeros, or the future, or (gasp!) even the past? Or what about pretending you're just from the future and right now is the past? There are so many options when you're in SciFi/Fantasy land. Experience them all.
Spoiler alert: these dramas are so twisty and turny we have trouble keeping up. Every week we watch these and wonder how they can top themselves, and yet, they always do. Insane-yet-carefully-plotted story arcs are par for the course these days, and these shows never disappoint.