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  • A&E

    Analyzing the Return of Twin Peaks

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    Twenty seven years later, the cult classic is back on TV May 21. To prepare, here's some things you should know.

  • A&E

    Vegas Drag Queen Kimora Blac Dishes on Season 9 of RuPaul’s Drag Race

    By Daphne Jayne Corrales

    The 28-year-old untucked her drag past, offered some Season 9 sneak peeks and served some fierce Sin City realness.

  • Television

    Transmissions of Terror!

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    Even shut-ins can enjoy Halloween as everything from Bela Lugosi's "Dracula" and Christopher Lee "Dracula" to "The Munsters" and "The Adams Family" come through your TV screen.

  • TV

    La Más Guapa

    By Michelle Alejandra Booth

    Step aside, Chumlee, there’s a new reality star in town—though you’re more likely to have heard of her if you speak Spanish. Marisela Demontecristo, a 20-year-old Salvadoran immigrant raised in Las Vegas, is currently competing for the title of Most Beautiful Latina on the number-one-rated show on Univision, Nuestra Belleza Latina.

  • TV

    The Unreal Housewives of Clark County

    By Una LaMarche

    It was only a matter of time until Vegas got its own Housewives show—and just like the Eiffel Tower at the Paris, it’s a knockoff. TLC’s shameless new reality series Sin City Rules does nothing but perpetuate Las Vegas’ image as grotesque playground for tactless wannabes whose motives are faker than their breasts. But damn if it isn’t fun to watch. (Full disclosure: I say this as a native New Yorker who only knows Vegas by the aforementioned stereotype.)

  • TV

    A Taste for Time Travel

    By Aleza Freeman

    It all started with a simple question between writing partners Jason Harris and Matt Kaplan: “What if we do an entire cooking show in the era of Mad Men?” Or, for that matter, on a Viking ship or at the first Thanksgiving? One thing led to another, and Time Machine Chefs was born.

  • TelevisionTV

    Lights, Camera, Attitude

    By Jason Scavone

    Celebrity Apprentice has always had its share of Vegas. Tito Ortiz, Lil Jon, Andrew Dice Clay, Khloe Kardashian and Annie Duke have all made runs on the show. This season (No. 12, premiering Feb. 19 on NBC), though, looks like producers pulled together its cast from a month of local entertainment programming.

  • TV

    It Ain’t ‘Luck’

    By Una LaMarche

    If there’s one thing reviewers for Luck can agree on, it’s that, like one of the sleek thoroughbred horses showcased on the new HBO drama’s Santa Anita, Calif., racetrack set, it comes from an impressive lineage. After all, it’s the brainchild of David Milch (NYPD Blue, Deadwood) and Michael Mann (Miami Vice, Heat) and stars Dustin Hoffman—no acting slouch.

  • TelevisionTV

    So ‘Bad’ It’s Good

    By Jason Scavone

    The Oxygen network can’t stay out of Las Vegas. Already on board with Bachelorette Party: Las Vegas, which debuted this fall, the network brings the eighth season of its Bad Girls Club to the place where bad girl-dom is just the opening bid.