Lynette Rice

Lynette Rice

Editor at Large for Entertainment Weekly, host of Outlander Live! on EW Radio, and Mark Harmon enthusiast. Yes, I know the guacamole is extra.

Alan Tudyk, Nyambi Nyambi, Clayton Cardenas, and Jamie Hector join our annual Comic-Con panel to reveal some awkward moments.
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The show's afterlife on Netflix finally got people thinking: Maybe it shouldn't go away!
Jump on in, Carly and Jason — the water's great!
The tiny venue made famous in ABC's Nashville had been closed since March 12 due to the pandemic.
The season's first HOH got a little ahead of himself, didn't he?
Hey, no tears! There are still two L&Os on the schedule.
The charismatic neurosurgeon was actually a successful researcher before he starting killing people in the operating room.
How could you not love his iceberg impersonation?
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The actor, who already scored one Emmy for playing Pray Tell, says he wanted the groundbreaking series to 'go out with a bang.'
We celebrate the love for PEN15 and Bridgerton while mourning the absence of Girls5eva.
On the eve of launching Magnolia Network, the Fixer Upper stars reflect on their lives before TV — when he was building and she worked the shop.
Get a load of "Mad Mensch."
What do you have against The Bachelor, Kyle Richards, and the Kardashians, voters?
The supernatural drama hasn't found a new home, but Jeff Rake remains hopeful that a true ending can be told.
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Plus, Bianca Del Rio tells EW she might "start being nice" after playing Carol Brady.
He played fan favorite Dr. Alan Quartermaine on the ABC daytime drama.
The CBS reality show's new cast features a Covid relief worker and a budtender from Colombia. Ah, young love!
The actor played the beloved Dr. Joe Martin on the old ABC soap.
The 3-year-old drama couldn't find another home after NBC pulled the plug.
The stand-up comedienne, who currently stars in Netflix's Good on Paper, said Leno's apology was "meaningful."
A photo of Veronica Redd, who took over Ray's role on the CBS series, was used instead.
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Alex Trebek and Larry King were posthumously honored while Kelly Clarkson won two trophies!
The 48th annual ceremony is back June 25 on CBS.
The producer walked away from his $100 million deal with the streamer, claiming it wants 'down-the-middle' shows.