What to Watch Tonight (via Entertainment Weekly) - 911 Lone Star
It may be the winter finale of both 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star, but things are far from cooling off. Among the chaos, across the two Fox first responder shows, are anniversaries, lost pregnant women, and even a bank robbery! ... Down in Texas, things are similarly hectic, with the 126 being called on to respond to a heist, TK (Ronen Rubinstein) celebrating the one-year anniversary of his sobriety, and Carlos (Rafael Silva) working on a case with his Texas Ranger father. Don't worry, we're sure there'll be no horsing around on the job. —Ruth Kinane
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New Pic in Entertainment Weekly of Lee as Brother Day in Foundation..
Remember… when you see how your own people and these communities were just destroyed by this ridiculous sectarianism and ideology, and people who use that to drive wedges between people who'd lived completely peacefully for years, it's heartbreaking… that conflict is still going on. — Caitríona Balfe
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When discussing the intention of the 2015-2016 sitcom The Muppets, executive producer Bob Kushell explained that he wanted to bring the Muppets back to their adult roots, as opposed to keeping them as a group of characters for children. He also said he wished to individualize the Muppets, separate them from eachother, and delve into their personal lives.
"A day on set with Piggy, Kermit, and the brand-new Muppets" Marc Snetiker. Entertainment Weekly. September 11, 2015.
"On 'The Muppets', Miss Piggy Has a Talk Show and a Chatty Staff" Brooks Barnes. The New York Times. September 7, 2015.