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Kristen Baldwin

Kristen Baldwin is a TV critic for Entertainment Weekly, and a writer and editor with 25 years of experience in entertainment journalism. Prior to EW, she served as editor-in-chief of Yahoo Entertainment, and is currently a member of the Television Critics Association and the Critics Choice Association.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: Shotgun Wedding, Infinity Pool, You People, Shrinking, and Poker Face.
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And she definitely didn't come here to make friends.
The so-called "boring Bachelor" began his "journey" to find love with 30 women.
Jason Segel and Harrison Ford star in the Apple TV+ series about a widowed therapist, from the producers of Ted Lasso.
Netflix announced that Cobra Kai's final season is coming "soon" — though creators hint that spin-offs are on the way in an open letter to fans.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: Missing, American Auto, Accused, and When You Finish Saving the World.
If Yellowstone and The Bachelor had a baby, the result might be something like this new Fox dating show.
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"Lisa loved her family, all her children. My heart goes out to them," said the Guns N' Roses frontman.
The actor, who became a fan favorite as The Wire's brash and savvy Baltimore Police Department commissioner, passed away in Las Vegas at the age of 83.
If Yellowstone and The Bachelor had a baby, the result might be something like this new Fox dating show.
"Lisa loved her family, all her children. My heart goes out to them," said the Guns N' Roses frontman.
The actor, who became a fan favorite as The Wire's brash and savvy Baltimore Police Department commissioner, passed away in Las Vegas at the age of 83.
On Saturday's episode of the Reelz docuseries, horrified viewers watched as surveillance video showed a diaper-clad toddler waving a loaded gun.
The three-part series from Investigation Discovery is a tawdry exercise in misery porn.
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Melissa Rauch stars as Judge Harry Stone's optimistic daughter in NBC's sequel to the long-running Harry Anderson comedy.
That monologue! "Bill Niii-eee"! People yelling at the poor piano player! A catalogue of the Globes' highs and lows.
See who we think will take home trophies at the 80th Golden Globe Awards.
Watch the first trailer for Lifetime's Gwen Shamblin: Starving for Salvation, starring Jennifer Grey as the controversial church leader and diet guru.
"It was just one gut-punch after the other, and mentally and physically I deteriorated pretty bad," says Harrison in the debut episode of The Most Dramatic Podcast... Ever with Chris Harrison.
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What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: M3GAN, Alert, The Pale Blue Eye, and Velma.
Plus watch an exclusive clip from Thursday's episode, "Call Me Philiam," featuring guest star Vicki Lawrence.
Peacock's "metafictional true crime docuseries" is short on both truth and crime.
In the season 2 premiere of the Teen Mom spin-off, Amber and Maci encourage Catelynn to try bungee jumping.
What's worth your time in movies and TV this weekend? EW's critics review the latest releases: Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio, Corsage, Living, Women Talking, and I Hate Suzie Too.
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