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Cameron Monaghan And Peyton List To Star In The Next Big YA Movie

The Huffington Post | Minou Clark | Posted 02.14.2017 | Entertainment

Peyton List, from Disney Channel’s “Bunk’d,” and Cameron Monaghan, from “Shameless”, are set to costar in “Anthem of a Reluctant Prophet...

Skai Jackson & Peyton List Tease "Bunk'd" Season 2 Guest Stars & Hilarious Bloopers

Lisa Hiser | Posted 08.24.2016 | Entertainment
Lisa Hiser

Disney Channel's hit show "Bunk'd" kicks off season 2 this week starting August 23, with a brand new episode each night through August 26. That's right, season 2 is starting of with a bang!

Laura Prudom

'The Tomorrow People' Takes Us Into Cara's Troubled Past | Laura Prudom | Posted 10.23.2013 | TV

Tonight's episode of The CW's "Tomorrow People" (Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET) will finally start to shed some light on the enigmatic members of the titula...

The Hottest Fight You've Ever Seen?

The Huffington Post | Laura Prudom | Posted 10.16.2013 | TV

The CW's "Tomorrow People" premiere introduced us to a group of painfully attractive superhumans -- Stephen (Robbie Amell), Cara (Peyton List), John (...

Laura Prudom

Robbie Amell Talks 'Tomorrow People' Twists | Laura Prudom | Posted 10.09.2013 | TV

The concept of a super-powered team of misfits banding together to protect themselves is nothing new in pop culture -- just refer back to "Heroes," "X...

The 'B----' Has A New Show

Posted 02.17.2013 | TV

Krysten Ritter, the former "B---- in Apt. 23," has found a new home at NBC. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ritter will star in "Assistance," a c...

Fashion Roundup: Power Of Youth Awards

Posted 12.24.2011 | Home

Young celebs were out and looking stylish at the Variety Power of Youth Awards on Saturday, which honored young entertainers and their dedication to p...

Mad Men: "The Color Blue" -- HuffPost Review

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
William Bradley

Last night's "The Color Blue" was a cracking good episode that, after last week's rushed and rather arbitrary plot developments, returned Mad Men to its strongest ground.