"The Voice" has a habit of picking up talent from the Bay State (i.e. former finalist and Wellesley High alum, Michelle Chamuel), and this year is no exception.
The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) released its official first look at "Lindsay," a reality series documenting Lindsay Lohan post-rehab -- and girl, it looks like a hot mess.FULL ENTRY
Since we've all had a day to digest John Travolta's tragic pronunciation of Idina Menzel's name, it's time to get back to the reason that the Tony Award-winning actress was performing at the Oscars in the first place: the girl can sing.FULL ENTRY
Season 18 of "Dancing with the Stars" is going to feature a ton of new faces, from co-host Erin Andrews replacing Brooke Burke-Charvet to a new band, and now we know who the faces of the competitors will be.FULL ENTRY
A&E's hit reality show "Flipping Boston" is returning for a third season, featuring professional flippers Dave Seymour and Peter Souhleris, on March 1. The Peabody-based duo, who chatted with Boston.com viewers in 2013, will take your questions about all things show and home-related on Thursday, March 6 at 10 a.m.FULL ENTRY
Daredevil, Luke Cage, and the rest of Marvel's upcoming live-action Netlfix series are set to shoot in New York, Disney chief Bob Iger and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday.
The Bay State has another local reason to watch "The Voice."FULL ENTRY
Twitter users are being relatively positive about Seth Meyers's first episode of "Late Night," where he paid homage to his predecessor, Jimmy Fallon, with a thank you note (above).
From what we're seeing of the Amy Poehler-and-Joe Biden featured show, the general social population liked it, or think there's enough room for improvement that they'll give it another chance -- if they can get over seeing his feet under his desk.FULL ENTRY
Fox Sports reporter and "Dancing with the Stars" veteran Erin Andrews will take her turn at hosting the ABC competition series, ABC confirmed on "Good Morning America" Monday.FULL ENTRY
Justin Timberlake was so sick that he had to cancel a concert at Madison Square Garden originally scheduled for Wednesday night, but he managed to pull it together enough to stop by "The Tonight Show" Friday.
Timberlake and host Jimmy Fallon threw it back to the "Late Night" days with the fifth installment in the "History of Rap" series. The performance preceded the interview portion of the night, helping to wrap Fallon's first week at "Tonight" on a super high note.
Here's the compilation rundown:
LL Cool J, "I'm Bad"
Run DMC, "Beats to the Rhyme"
Crazy Calls, "Wait for the Beep"
Beastie Boys, "Fight For Your Right"
Tone Loc, "Wild Thing"
DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, "Fresh Prince Theme"
Salt N' Pepa, "Whatta Man"
Positive K, "I Got A Man"
The Notorious B.I.G., "Big Poppa"
Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg, "Dre Day"
Warren G feat. Nate Dogg, "Regulate"
N.W.A., "Straight Outta Compton"
Ini Kamoze, "Hot Stepper"
Outkast, "So Fresh, So Clean"
Busta Rhymes feat. P. Diddy & Pharrell, "Pass the Courvoisier, Part II"
Kris Kross, "Jump"
Skee-Lo, "I Wish"
Jay Z, "99 Problems"
Ludacris, "Move Bitch (Get Out the Way)"
Drake, "Started From the Bottom"
Kendrick Lamar, "Swimming Pools (Drank)"
Kanye West feat. T-Pain, "Good Life"
Run DMC, "Walk This Way"
Before Timberlake left Rockefeller Center to head to the rescheduled MSG show, The pair talked all about "Saturday Night Live," his current worldwide "20/20 Experience" tour, and their love for each other (but they assured the audience that they're happily married).
Timberlake also gave viewers a sneak peak into his concert experience, which arrives in Boston for the first of two 2014 shows on Feb. 27.
We are pumped that Jimmy Fallon carried over one of our favorite "Late Night" sketches to "The Tonight Show." This, friends, is not ew.FULL ENTRY
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If you didn't stay awake until midnight on Monday to catch Jimmy Fallon's premiere on "The Tonight Show," that's OK -- we've got you covered. But you should have watched.FULL ENTRY
NBC News has reported that Tom Brokaw, a special correspondent for the news station, has been diagnosed with cancer. NBC News also reports that Brokaw said he and his doctors are encouraged by his progress and optimistic about the outcome of his treatment. Brokaw has worked at NBC News since 1966.
The former "Nightly News" anchor was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in August at the Mayo Clinic. This form of cancer affects blood cells in the bone marrow.FULL ENTRY
OMG it started. I can't. #collegejeopardy— Julia Clark (@JuliaBClark) February 11, 2014
Could Julia Clark win the "Jeopardy" college championship?
Check out the Harvard University senior on CBS Thursday, Feb. 13 during the first round of play to find out. She'll be competing against Tucker Pope of Texas A&M University and Eric Turner of Vanderbilt University.FULL ENTRY
The Boston local news scene will be losing another notable name when veteran sports reporter Mike Dowling signs off from SportsCenter 5 for the last time on Feb. 21.
WCVB-TV Channel 5 President and General Manager Bill Fine made the announcement in a press release Tuesday morning.
Dowling joined Channel 5 in 1985 and has covered all of Boston's major sports teams, including 20 local championship quests.FULL ENTRY
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There's more "Wahlburgers" coming you're way.
Mark, Donnie, and Paul Wahlberg, and their mother, Alma, will continue having their lives taped while expanding their Hingham-based restaurant chain, A&E announced today.
The network ordered 18 more episodes of "Wahlburgers" to be dished out for your viewing pleasure.
When Jimmy Fallon said goodbye to "Late Night" on Feb. 8 (the show started at 12:05 a.m. because of The Olympics, instead of 12:35), he did it with a couple of great friends, his in-house band, The Roots, and some of his best Muppet friends (above).
It was a no-frills finale, and it worked.FULL ENTRY
We don't have to stay up until 12:35 to catch the hilarity of Jimmy Fallon anymore? Score.
Jay Leno signed off from "The Tonight Show" on Feb. 6, and on the eve of Feb. 7 (technically Feb. 8 at 12:05 a.m.), Jimmy Fallon will do the same at "Late Night" before taking over Leno's late-night reigns Feb. 17.
Fallon has hosted "Late Night" on NBC at 12:35 a.m. since March, 2009. The former "SNL" cast member and star of the 2005 Boston-based film "Fever Pitch" has a slew of hilarious moments in his talk show repertoire, we took on the harrowing task of nailing down the best 10 moments from Fallon's "Late Night" career.FULL ENTRY
Jay Leno ended his 22-year reign at "The Tonight Show" on Feb. 6 with in-studio appearances from "The Big Bang Theory" star Jim Parsons, Oprah Winfrey, Sheryl Crow, and Kim Kardashian. Check out what others had to say about his last show.FULL ENTRY
Season five of "High School Quiz Show" premieres Saturday, Feb. 8, at 6 p.m. on WGBH 2. During the season, teams from 16 Massachusetts public high schools will vie to become the state champion. The academic tournament show, hosted by Billy Costa, aligns with the state's high school curriculum standards across various subjects, plus current events and general knowledge.
The Emmy and Parentsí Choice Award-winning show will feature notable guests, such as famed "Jeopardy!" winner Ken Jennings, who will kick off the season this Saturday, Medford native and TV personality Maria Menounos, Mayor Marty Walsh, Governor Deval Patrick, and Olympian Hannah Kearney. Each guest asks the students a question in different episodes, and we have a few clips to share, courtesy of WGBH.FULL ENTRY
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Michael Brodeur is the assistant arts editor for the Boston Globe, covering pop music, TV, and nightlife.