Calie Schepp
Calie Schepp

Calie Schepp

Calie Schepp is an editorial assistant at Entertainment Weekly, where she writes the script for EW's daily What to Watch podcast and covers a plethora of pop culture. She graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor's degree in journalism.
Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Lizzo, and more are set to perform on music's biggest night.
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What to Watch this week (Jan. 30-Feb. 5): EW heats up Hell's Kitchen, see who wins big at the Grammys, and more.
See what Colin Farrell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Angela Bassett, and more have to say about their Oscar nods.
What to Watch this week (Jan. 23-Jan. 29): Natasha Lyonne stars in Rian Johnson's new whodunnit series Poker Face, How I Met Your Father is back, and more.
Allison Williams and Riz Ahmed will announce the nominees on Jan. 24.
What to Watch this week (Jan. 16-Jan. 22): The Daily Show returns with Leslie Jones kicking off a rotation of guest hosts.
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What to Watch this week (Jan. 9-Jan. 15): Brush up on your Lingo, The Golden Globes are back after last year's scandal, and more.
The award show will be televised for the first time since the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's racial exclusion scandal in 2021.
What to Watch this week (Jan. 9-Jan. 15): Brush up on your Lingo, The Golden Globes are back after last year's scandal, and more.
The award show will be televised for the first time since the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's racial exclusion scandal in 2021.
What to watch this week (Jan. 2-Jan. 8): Abbott Elementary winter premiere, Ginny & Georgia are back for season 2, and more.
The host says "it's probably a good idea" that CNN decided to restrict libations for anchors on their upcoming New Year's Eve broadcast. "I don't advocate drinking when one is on the air," he tells EW.
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What to watch this week (Dec. 26-Jan. 1): Turn up the music for the premiere of Lizzo: Live in Concert, a new singles-only season of The Circle, and more.
Plus, Babylon and I Wanna Dance With Somebody hit theaters, The Witcher: Blood Origin premieres on Netflix, and more weekend picks.
Plus, I Hate Suzie Too season 2 premieres, and Top Gun: Maverick flies onto Paramount+.
Plus, beaucoup decisions await on Emily in Paris season 3, and John Krasinski is back for the new season of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan.
Plus, Professionals season 1 finale ends with a bang, and Dear Santa, The Series premieres on Hulu.
Plus, see the late Leslie Jordan compete on Lego Masters Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular, and Holiday Baking Championship crowns a winner.
What to watch this week (Dec. 12-Dec. 18): National Treasure: Edge of History, Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration debut, The Voice and Survivor season finales, and more.
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What to watch this week (Dec. 5 - Dec. 11): The new season of Doom Patrol, Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio, the final season of His Dark Materials, and more.
What to watch this week (Nov. 28 - Dec. 4): Will Smith stars in Emancipation, Riches, and Irreverent premiere.
Mariah Carey, Lea Michele, and more will perform as new floats and balloons make their way down to 34th Street in Manhattan.
See which celebs missed their chance for the mirrorball trophy and who came out victorious.
Triumphant comebacks, emotional goodbyes, and a few dancing chicken legs, the finale had it all.
The mirrorball trophy is anyones to win.
What to watch this week (Nov. 21 - Nov. 27): Get intimate with Love, Lizzo, the season finale of Andor, Welcome to Chippendales series debut, and more.