Wednesday, July 3, 2013

NEWS: Ziering Reunites with Doherty & Garth at Chippendales Show; Twitter Sundays; Holographic TV; Lynn Herring; Rob Kazinsky

Jennie Garth, Shannen Doherty Reunite With Shirtless Ian Ziering at Chippendales Show
Ian Ziering got a blast from the past on Sunday, June 30, when his former BEVERLY HILLS, 90210 cast mates Jennie Garth and Shannen Doherty showed up at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas strip to catch the end of his run as a guest headliner for famed male dance revue Chippendales.

TRUE BLOOD's Rob Kazinsky: Nude Scenes Are 'Really Fun'
"The idea of being naked on screen was really intimidating," the British actor, 29, tells PEOPLE about filming love scenes for his new role as the "half-fairy," Ben Flynn, on the HBO vampire hit. "But after your first time it becomes really fun and incredibly freeing and empowering."

Why is Twitter so awful on Sundays?
“I try to avoid Twitter on Sunday nights because of precisely what you describe,” Jacob Silverman, a journalist working on a book about social media, told me. “It gets a little suffocating. What you see a lot is people forming their own tribes or communities, and as the same people start talking to each other, there’s a lot of mirroring of speech, with the same jokes and tics.”

Y&R's Greg Rikaart among actors featured in "Snapshots"
The show, running July 10-14, is a theatrical benefit to raise funds for the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure event.

Holographic TVs Are Getting Closer To Reality
New methods for producing color holographic video are here, and they could lead to cheaper, higher res and more energy efficient TVs.

Date Night With Y&R's Redaric Williams
Advice he gives to his sister: "I always tell [my twin sister], make sure that whatever your objective is, that you address that. Sometimes guys tend to get a little too caught up in the masculine, wanting things their way. Make sure you stand your ground as a woman and make sure that you’re assertive in that way. Your opinion does make a difference. Always be respected."

On July 8, SWITCHED AT BIRTH poses a very intriguing question: "What If?"

What if Regina had told the hospital about the switch when she discovered it years ago? What if both girls had been raised in the privileged Kennish household from age three? What if Daphne had a cochlear implant? What if Bay was a straight-A student? What if Kathryn and John didn't have a happy marriage?

Actress Jillian Clare & BFF Kendall Rae launch Fashion and Beauty blog today
You can also follow the blog @TWonderlandBlog.

Joey Lauren Adams joins SWITCHED AT BIRTH
The actress will guest-star on two episodes of the ABC Family series as Nikki’s mother.

First look at DOWNTON ABBEY's black character Jack Ross as actor Gary Carr films river scenes
He will play American jazz singer Jack Ross for the program's fourth season.

Patrick Heusinger joins REVOLUTION
Heusinger will have a recurring role this fall as Adam, simply described as a handsome rogue with a good sense of humor who lives life to the fullest.

Free BREAKING BAD Marathon, July 26-July 30, At Film Society Of Lincoln Center in NYC
For everyone eagerly awaiting the final episodes of Breaking Bad: You'll get the chance to binge-watch each season over five days at the Film Society of Lincoln Center later this month. The Film Society is teaming up with AMC to bring "Long Cook: A Breaking Bad Marathon," from Friday, July 26 through Tuesday, July 30. And then on August 1 and August 2, creator Vince Gilligan and the cast—including Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn—will be on hand to discuss their favorite episodes and do a Q&A with the audience.

Katie Couric isn't happy about gossipy new direction for KATIE, say insiders
Couric, who is also a co-executive producer on the show, is upset at being “dumbed down,” a source says, and was set on calling it quits after season one. Then Miskowiec arrived and promised a nice middle ground of hard-hitting news and softer fare — but count on it being more on the light side, says our source.

“If there is one thing Katie hates more than being called ‘perky,’ it's being called ‘tabloid,’ ” our source says. “She thinks of herself as a serious journalist, covering stories that make a difference. She’s fighting this.”

GENERAL HOSPITAL's Lynn Herring Shows Off The Raymond Museum

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