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Welcome to the quarterfinals of Dancing with the Stars season 20. That's right, we're two short weeks away from seeing who wins the Golden Mirror Ball and tonight, the competition shifts into high gear.
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So here we are and the countdown continues for season 8 of The Voice.  After the Top 8 performed during the first installment last week, America cast their votes to be announced during the second installment. Those five that America saved are Joshua Davis, Sawyer Fredericks, Meghan Linsey, Kimberly Nichole and Koryn Hawthorne. In the final moments of the second installment featured a frenzied Twitter vote between India Carney, Corey Kent White and Hannah Kirby. It was a sweaty, intense moment in which The Voice had the closest Twitter vote tally in history, India Carney was named as America's Twitter Save. And we all expelled a huge sigh of relief. Or, at least, I did.

While Corey Kent White is a joy to listen to, his Top 8 performance delivered only one solid moment of excitement. The competition was stiff and required something several levels higher than what Corey had been able to provide so far. Hannah Kirby -- while this gal has the energy and the power, her somewhat metallic vocal aesthetic lacks the universal appeal that both Corey and India Carney delivers with regularity. Between Corey and India, India possesses the more finely-tuned and versatile instrument. All that being said, it comes down to listener preference, my friends. America has more faith in India Carney's ability to go head-to-head with the remaining five. In a moment we will find out if that holds true when the remaining artists take the stage for another round of The Voice.
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If you want resolution to the numerous hanging story threads from season 1 of Gotham, you actually get a lot of answers and closed loops by the end of the season finale, "All Happy Families are Alike." But if you're angling for hope and hints that the show knew what didn't work and would aim to do better, at least narratively speaking, in the second season, well, then you will probably feel as unhappy as I do.

The mob war is resolved, Barbara seems to be unredeemable and Bruce takes his first step to becoming Batman. A lot happens, but almost none of it is likely to make you excited for the fall and the start of new episodes.
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In a press release today from FOX, animated character Homer Simpson was "quoted" saying "I've outlasted Letterman, Jon Stewart and 'McDreamy,' because I have something they don't: a costly 200-donut-a-day addiction." This was in response to the network's announcement that Homer, and his family that never ages, will continue bringing their family antics to the small screen for two more years.
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The character of the Author on Once Upon a Time is a very powerful role. He was discussed throughout most of season four, but wasn't introduced until after the mid-season premiere. In the short time he's been on, we've learned that his magical pen is much mightier than any hero or villain. As many may have seen from the finale, titled "Operation Mongoose," previews, the author turns Storybrooke upside down with the new book, "Heroes and Villains." I chatted with Patrick Fischler, who plays the Author on ABC's Once Upon a Time, to discuss his character, as well as what fans can expect in the two-hour season finale.
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Piggybacking on the huge success of the Diane Sawyer interview with Bruce Jenner (viewed by over 17-million people) about his gender identification as a woman, the hit reality series Keeping Up With the Kardashians will run a two-part special episode focusing on Bruce's gender story.

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