Miley Cyrus is Going to College

Controversial performer heads to University of Chicago in the fall

We've come to expect a lot of things from Miley Cyrus, most of it tawdry and testing the boundaries of taste and intelligence - but get ready for another shocker. She's going to college. The whirling dervish of tongue and twerk was recently accepted for fall admission at The University of Chicago.

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Colin Mochrie is Bringing Funny Back

From Whose Line Is It Anyway returning to his show with Brad Sherwood.

If you were watching TV in the early 2000s (when networks still reigned supreme, before the birth of online streaming services), then you probably remember the hysterical cast of Whose Line Is It Anyway. Fans remember Colin Mochrie as the quirky, playful, good-natured star that you couldn't help but adore. The comedic genius has been making audiences laugh on the British and American version of the show since the '90s, and, he's back for more.

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Titus Welliver Brings Michael Connelly's Famed Bosch to Life

The actor talks about his starring role in the new Amazon pilot.

Novelist Michael Connelly's best-selling Harry Bosch crime series has made its long-awaited television debut, starring the talented Titus Welliver as the title character. Bosch-Amazon Studio's first-ever police drama, chronicles the exploits of the relentless LAPD homicide detective. Welliver took time out of his busy schedule to talk with Web2Carz about his new lead role, working with Michael Connelly, and his lesser known work as a landscape painter.

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HBO Announces True Detective Season 2 Stars

The existentialist cop drama brings in heavy hitters for next season.

HBO's True Detective is easily the best new crime drama on television - or rather, just best drama, as it will be competing for that title at this year's Emmys. But as fans bid adieu to McConaughey and Harrelson, they'll get to welcome a whole new cast of characters, storyline, and setting. In a press release issued early this morning, HBO announced the leads for True Detective's second season, bringing in more big name stars.

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The Late Harold Ramis on How to Know if You're Dead

Vintage SCTV clip shows the late director at his funniest.

The world lost one of its funniest people today. Harold Ramis, beloved director of such comedy classics as Stripes, Caddyshack, Vactaion, Ghostbusters, Analyze This, and Groundhog Day, passed away today at the tender age of 69. Ramis was one of the original castmembers of SCTV, the Canadian sketch comedy program that introduced the world to Andrea Martin, John Candy, Eugene Levy, Rick Moranis, Martin Short, and -- for the show's first two seasons, Harold Ramis.

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Kill Your Idols: 5 People You Maybe Shouldn't Admire

Judge them for their talent, not the content of their characters.

They say you should never meet your heroes, presumably because the reality of them can never live up to the idealized them you've created in your head. But there's another reason this bit of folk wisdom holds true that is much less deep, yet no less true: sometimes your heroes are assholes.

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