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If fans of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills thought Kim Richards' behavior was out of hand throughout season 5, just wait until they get a load of her during the much anticipated and explosive three-part reunion.

According to an article in Us Weekly, viewers will witness Kim going at it with everyone, particularly her own sister, Kyle Richards. Prior to the filming of the reunion, Kim and Kyle had not spoken for roughly three months, so the estranged siblings had a lot of catching up to do, ""Kim and Kyle were screaming at each other from across the couches," a source says.
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Poor Major! He's about as perfect a guy as you can find and Liv dumped him without any explanation at all on iZombie. His integration into the zombie world won't be coming from Liv though, but through his job as a social worker. 

BuddyTV spoke with Robert Buckley about playing a character who doesn't know Liv's secret, her unique relationship with Major, and how Major finds out about the existence of zombies. 
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Following the success that the CW has had with The Flash (with the help of Arrow) over its first season, a Flash/Arrow spin-off has begun moving forward. Arrow co-creators Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg have all signed on for its development. With The Flash, Arrow and this new series all living in the same universe, more crossover episodes are undoubtedly planned.

The series has been set to star Brandon Routh (Arrow's Ray/The Atom, Superman Returns' Clark Kent/Superman), Caity Lotz (Arrow's Sara/Canary), and has now picked up Ciara Renee to play Kendra Saunders/Hawkgirl and Arthur Darvill to play Rip Hunter.

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At the rate she going, Jess may never get out of that apartment and that is just fine with fans of FOX's New Girl. Today, David Madden, President of Entertainment at Fox Broadcasting Company announced that the Zooey Deschanel comedy had been picked up for a fifth season.
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As the competition starts to dwindle down on Hell's Kitchen it becomes very clear where each team stands in regards to their chosen village villain. With the red team's continued winning streak, the men on the blue team began to put the pressure on one another to be at the top of each of their game, with Bret taking it upon himself to be the team's self-proclaimed leader. 
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During last week's episode of "Rico," it seemed the ultimate villain of Better Call Saul's first season would be a nursing home. "Pimento" saw the true antagonist unmasked. They weren't a nursing home but they were close to home. Very close to home, like in the another room wrapped in tin foil, close to home. Oh, and Mike Ehrmantraut is the master of the universe and can beat up the world. 
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