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    Here's what's been revealed so far about season 4 of American Horror Story: it's set in Florida, circa 1952, and centers on a "troupe of curiosities" that arrives at the same time that a dark entity emerges, threatening both townsfolk and circus freaks. The real-life world's smallest woman has been cast, along with returning cast members Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, and Sarah Paulson. The official description reads: "This is the story of the performers and their desperate journey of survival amid the dying world of the American carny experience."

    We're getting closer to the American Horror Story: Freak Show premiere on October 8, so naturally FX has been rolling out their signature skin-crawling teasers for the show. I can't decide which is my favorite: the guy with the sliced tongue, the three-legged lady, the person trapped in a tiny birdcage, or the SPOOKY CLAWED HAND.

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    Whether you're a Walking Dead comics fan or you only watch the TV adaptation, we can really only know one thing for certain about season 5: people are gonna die. Probably people we care about. Terminus citizens may be cannibals or they may be carrying out creepy medical experiments or maybe both, but based on how season 4 ended and the title of the premiere episode -- "No Sanctuary" -- things are going to stop being polite and start getting seriously real for our survivors when the show comes back on the air in October.

    Since pretty much every Walking Dead actor knows he or she has a limited shelf life, Entertainment Weekly asked the main cast how they'd like to be killed off when their time comes. Their answers range from fun to ... I don't know, possibly a little portentous? Mayyyyybe? And be forewarned, I'm going to refer back to the comics in this post, so stop reading now if you want to avoid all comics spoilers.

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    Besides the fact that it airs at noon on Sundays, when no one is watching television, that is ... Seriously, folks, why aren't more of us watching The Real Housewives of Melbourne? It's head and shoulders better than Ladies of London, which got a prime time slot. In today's exclusive video below, I cover episodes 4 and 5, and if you haven't heard, the franchise has been renewed for a second season, so you should get into it now.

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    You had to see it to believe it. Finally, for Married at First Sight viewers, a little insight to what makes Vaughn Copeland and Monet Bell tick. Is it too late to save their marriage? In today's exclusive episode below, I discuss whom I think will stay together and whether any couples will divorce ... as well as how the television aspect comes into play and how that alone may affect the outcome. Also today, part 1 of the season 9 Real Housewives of Orange County reunion. Hoo boy!

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    You may have been super tired last night/woken up bleary-eyed this morning, but most likely your spirits were risen to the high heavens when you read the latest breaking entertainment news. It seems that a Full House revival is in the works! Yep, your favorite, cheesy, violin-background music-loving, all-white cast could actually grace your television screens yet again in the very near future. Oh, Mylanta!

    The sitcom aired on ABC from 1987 to 1995 and can still be seen at nighttime on Nick at Nite. Don't lie, you know you've watched a couple episodes. With the show's success on Nick at Nite, Warner Bros. TV is thinking about bringing back some of the original cast and giving the show a reboot. With the newly revived Girl Meets World getting a second season, this could equal ratings gold. Or, at the very least, a super-curious audience who wants to see exactly which direction the reboot could possibly take.

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    I don't know if you've been obsessively keeping track of AMC's teaser clips for season 5 of The Walking Dead, but there are a couple of interesting ones that have come out lately. One gives us the briefest of glimpses at what appears to be Terminus citizens entering Rick's boxcar in an extremely disturbing manner, and the other shows Rick delivering a threat to Gareth.

    Did I say threat? I'd say given the fact that this is the new and improved Rick who's here to kick ass and chew bubblegum, and he's all out of bubblegum (on account of supplies being a problem in the apocalypse and all), it's more of a promise. "These people are my family," he says. "And if you hurt them in any way ... I will kill you." Rick's got balls, but the background sounds and visuals in these clips make it look like this Walking Dead season is going to be a straight-up horrorshow. Plus, a brand new theory is emerging about what Terminus is really all about.

    (Season 4 spoilers ahead!)

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    It wasn't me who said it -- I'm just repeating it! LOL. Seriously, I had dropped Bravo's Extreme Guide to Parenting after episode 1 because it horrified me so much, but it's back on The Real Deal by request. Also today, Don't Be TardyLeAnn & Eddie and some juicy naked gossip. Dating Naked, that is.

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    All right, class, who can tell me which Walking Dead character has been the most disliked by the vast majority of the viewing audience? You there, in the back -- what's that? Andrea? Close, but the answer I'm looking for is Lori. Yes, Lori Grimes was definitely the worst, because at least Andrea didn't start to completely suck until season 3. Lori was pretty much a giant waste of food since episode one.  I never blamed actress Sarah Wayne Callies for the fact that I wanted to punch Lori in the face every time she appeared onscreen, but Callies recently spoke out about the way her character was perceived on The Walking Dead and I'm not sure how I feel about her point of view. On the one hand, I can see why she chooses to stay positive about all the Lori hate … but on the other hand, if Lori wasn't intended to be a hateful character (ie, she wasn't a villain), is the fan backlash really a success?

    (Walking Dead season 3 spoilers ahead!)

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    Time to kiss your lives goodbye! At least for the next 12 days and nights! This is your chance to watch all 552 Simpsons episodes in the longest single-series marathon EVER in television history. Back to back, in order, all on FXX. It kicks off with the pilot from December 1989 (I know!!!) at 10 a.m. on August 21. It will go through the 25th season and end on September 1 at 11:30 p.m. The Simpsons movie will also be shown on August 29 at 6 p.m. 

    You can check here if you actually get FXX. Let's hope you do!

    Can anyone get through this ENTIRE marathon? No doubt the DVRs are up and running all through the weekend to record some of the classic episodes. And in order to properly celebrate this momentous occasion, here are 25 things The Simpsons have taught us during their epic, amazing, historic run.

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    If you're a betting person, I think it's time to start an office pool about which couples on the radical experiment Married at First Sight will make it. Will it be Jamie Otis and Doug HehnerCortney Hendrix and Jason Carrion? Will Monet Bell and Vaughn Copeland surprise us and turn their relationship around? In today's exclusive show below, I break down episode 7: "Social Life."

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