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Donald Trump will host 'Saturday Night Live' on Nov. 7

NBC has something to get braggadocious about: Donald Trump is coming back to host "Saturday Night Live." 

The former "Celebrity Apprentice" star and current Republican presidential candidate will host the comedy/variety program on Nov. 7, with musical guest Sia, the network announced Tuesday.

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This could be, to borrow a favorite Trump word, huuuge.

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'The Voice' recap: The singers bring it as the battle rounds begin

With the blinds behind us, it was on to the battles Monday on “The Voice.”

“The battle rounds are so intense,” Blake Shelton said at the top of the show. “It may be the toughest part of the competition because [the singers] are so good -- and they always bring it.”

Bring it the contestants did.

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Stephen Colbert to CNN: Enough with the Joe Biden debate fantasies

The Democratic candidates for president will face off Tuesday night on CNN and, for now at least, vice president and possible contender Joe Biden is not scheduled to be on stage. 

But that hasn't stopped the network from fantasizing about a last-minute Biden entry with the passion of a One Direction fan planning her dream wedding to Harry Styles. 

As Stephen Colbert observed Monday on "The Late Show,"

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'Gotham': Michael Chiklis is the new good cop/bad cop on the beat

This season of "Gotham," Fox's drama about the origins of Batman and some of his criminal rivals such as the Penguin and Catwoman, has been subtitled "Rise of the Villains."

But Monday's episode saw the arrival of a new character obsessed with law and order that might cause those bad guys more than a pit of problems.

The new cop on the beat is Capt.

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'Fargo' recap: Where the women are strong, and the men are quailing

If the varying degree of quality in “True Detective” and “American Horror Story” seasons are any indication, anthology shows are a tricky beast. They are the television equivalent of a short story collection, bound by theme and style, and destined to only have a tenuous connection to the seasons that surround it.

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'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Alexa PenaVega has perfect 'switch-up' night; no one's eliminated