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ABC/Bob D’Amico(LOS ANGELES) -- Yara Shahidi, the beautiful actress who plays Zoey, the eldest daughter of Anthony Anderson's and Tracey Ellis-Ross' characters on black-ish, could be getting her own spin-off.

According to Deadline, the ABC sitcom's creator, Kenya Barris, and its showrunner, Larry Wilmore, are working on a comedy that would focus on Zoey's life as she heads off to college.

The publication reports the concept will be introduced as a "backdoor pilot episode" -- meaning it would be a regular episode of the show -- to air in the spring.

If the show become a reality, it would be the first series to be spun off from the acclaimed ABC comedy, which has earned a Golden Globe for Ellis-Ross, and an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series.

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Universal Pictures - 2017(LOS ANGELES) -- Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment have canceled the Los Angeles premiere of A Dog's Purpose this weekend amid threats of a boycott by PETA, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The controversy stems from a video that surfaced Wednesday showing a frightened German Shepherd being forced to perform in a pool of water intended to simulate river rapids.

Universal and Amblin relesed a statement on Thursday that read, "Because Amblin's review into the edited video released [Wednesday] is still ongoing, distributor Universal Pictures has decided it is in the best interest of A Dog's Purpose to cancel this weekend's premiere and press junket. Amblin and Universal do not want anything to overshadow this film that celebrates the relationship between humans and animals."

"Since the emergence of the footage, Amblin has engaged with many associated with the production of the film, including safety personnel, trainers and stunt coordinators as part of their in-depth review," the statement continues. "While we are all disheartened by the appearance of an animal in distress, everyone has assured us that Hercules the German Shepherd was not harmed throughout the filmmaking."

In addition to the boycott, PETA is calling on the film's director, Lasse Hallstrom, and producer Gavin Polone to pledge never to use animals in films again and to rescue the dogs from Birds & Animals Unlimited, the training and handling facility which reportedly supplied the animals.

A Dog’s Purpose is scheduled for wide release on January 27.

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Getty Images via ABCStarring in the remake of a beloved movie is hard enough, but what if you also had to record your own version of that movie's #1 Grammy-winning hit?

No wonder Idina Menzel says she was "terrified" to star in Lifetime's reboot of the 1988 Bette Midler/Barbara Hershey film Beaches, debuting this weekend.

"I was terrified to do it at first...I think it's a beautiful, beautiful movie," said Idina. "And both those women...especially Bette Midler, for me, was an idol my whole life."

"It's a daunting task," she continued. "But as a performer, you look at a role, and you see where you can learn and...exercise your talents and your craft...and so, after saying no to myself 12 times, I finally gave into it!"

But what about remaking "Wind Beneath My Wings," the smash Bette Midler song from the original film? How many takes did Idina do of her version until she felt she'd done the original justice? "Well, I'm a perfectionist, so I did it a bunch of times...I tried all the different things," she told reporters.

"And then, like, five times in, I felt like I was hitting things I really wanted to hit." It helped, Idina says, that she'd sung the song countless times while working as a wedding and bar mitzvah singer.

"Every 13-year-old boy danced with his mother to 'Wind Beneath My Wings,' she laughs. "I'm well rehearsed. It was just was trying to find my own spin on it...my amazing producer found a different underpinning for it, so that it could sort of bring out new, modern sounds, and it was actually enjoyable."

Idina plays Midler's role of singer C.C. in the Beaches remake, while Nia Long takes on Hershey's role as Hillary, an heiress and lawyer. It debuts Saturday night at 8 p.m. ET.

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Robert De Niro addresses the crowd at the United We Stand Rally in New York City; Bobby Bank/FilmMagic(NEW YORK) -- Come noon today, President-elect Donald Trump will be President Donald Trump, when he’s sworn in as our nation’s 45th president.  And as you may have heard, not everyone’s happy about it.

Thursday night in New York, thousands of people gathered in New York City outside of Trump International Hotel for a "United We Stand NYC Rally" to protest Trump and his policies.  In addition to regular New Yorkers, including New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, organizer and filmmaker Michael Moore was there, along with co-organizer Mark Ruffalo, as well as celebs including Cher, Robert De Niro, Julianne Moore, and Alec Baldwin, the latter of whom obliged the crowd by performing his now-familiar Donald Trump impression -- with a clear reference to the unsubstantiated stories about a certain encounter Trump is said to have enjoyed in Russia.

“I'm going to a function at the Russian consulate tonight, I'm going to hold it in until I get there,” Baldwin said.  “And then when I get to the Russian Consulate I'm going to have a really, really long pee. The biggest pee I've ever had of my lifetime.”

Robert De Niro took a more serious tone, declaring, “We're all rooting for the new administration of course, to abandon the divisive, racist, misogynist, ignorant plans its trumpeting and lead us.. with intelligence and compassion.”

Cher, who’s never made a secret of her dislike of Trump, was more direct: “I'm seventy years old, I've lived through 12 presidents. And never once did I dream that there would be one through arrogance, and ignorance who could change our world, who could change the face of our world.”

Organizers urged protestors to offer 100 days of resistance to Trump’s first 100 days in office.  As for Trump himself, he was in Washington, D.C., having arrived there earlier Thursday.

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Vin Diesel as Xander Cage in “xXx: Return of Xander Cage/Paramount Pictures and Revolution Studios(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:

* Split -- The latest thriller from writer/director M. Night Shyamalan stars X Men's James McAvoy as man with multiple personalities who kidnaps three girls. Their only escape it to find some of the personalities, while avoiding the others. Rated PG-13.

* xXx: The Return of Xander Cage -- The third chapter in the xXx series finds Vin Diesel's Xander Cage secretly back in action, this time in search of a device that has the capability of controlling every military satellite. Toni Collette, Nina Dobrev and Samuel L. Jackson co-star. Rated PG-13.

The Founder -- Michael Keaton stars in this true story of Ray Kroc, a struggling salesman who turned McDonald's, a California burger store run by two brothers -- played by Nick Offerman and John Carroll Lynch -- into a multi-billion-dollar empire. Also starring Linda Cardellini, Laura Dern and Patrick Wilson. Rated PG-13.

* 20th Century Woman -- Annette Bening plays a middle-aged single mother who enlists the help of two younger women --  Elle Fanning and Greta Gerwig -- to help her raise her adolescent son during the late 1970s. Billy Crudup also stars. Rated R.

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Universal(NEW YORK) -- M. Night Shyamalan is back! At one time the most promising filmmaker in the world, Mr. Shyamalan seemed to peak with the film that got him noticed, 1999’s The Sixth Sense -- one of my favorites and a technical masterpiece, from top to bottom. Then came the admirable Unbreakable, the respectable Signs and, finally, what would be his last compelling and memorable film for 13 years, The Village.

As far as I’m concerned, The Sixth Sense alone gave Shyamalan a free pass to try anything he wanted for the rest of his days.  But a decade-plus of sanctimonious narratives (The Happening), well-meaning but overzealous fairytales (The Lady in the Water), uninspired adaptations (The Last Airbender) and stunt-casting sci-fi (After Earth) wore thin on the patience of even this Shyamalan fan and apologist.

Then two years ago, M. Night gave us the horror film The Visit. Shot on a small budget, it included no major stars, simple set pieces and the best special effect of all: a great story.

With Split, Shyamalan is once again keeping it relatively low-budget.  Except this time, he’s got James McAvoy and Betty Buckley, as well as three young actresses -- perhaps most notably Anya Taylor-Joy --  who are all going to have great careers.

Split is an abduction tale, but the abductor in this case, Kevin (McAvoy), has a severe case of multiple personality disorder, with 23 different personalities inhabiting his body. Buckley plays Dr. Fletcher, his psychiatrist, who’s out to prove to the psychiatric community that those personalities are so powerful and real, not only do Kevin’s voice, accent and handwriting change for each, but so does his metabolism and physiology.  Fletcher believes studying Kevin’s condition will lead to unlocking the true power and potential of the brain.

Kevin’s personalities also have their own agenda.  They work in concert to abduct high school students Claire (Haley Lu Richardson), Marcia (Jessica Sula) and Casey (Taylor-Joy) from a mall parking lot. Claire and Marcia are besties, part of the popular crowd, while Casey is an outcast who, we quickly learn, spends most of her time in detention and has a habit of running away from home.

The three girls wake up in a subterranean room with three cots and a surprisingly pleasant-looking bathroom.  They’re greeted by Dennis, Kevin’s anal-retentive and tough personality who is, sort of, the driving force behind the abduction. Not long after that, the girls are visited by Patricia -- Kevin in a dress and with a British accent -- and then by Hedwig, Kevin’s 9-year-old precocious personality.

The girls have very different opinions on how they should handle the situation. Claire thinks her six months of martial arts training will help save the day, while Casey, who keeps having emotional flashbacks to her childhood, when her father taught her about hunting, thinks a more patient approach is the key to escape.

In the meantime, Kevin’s personality Barry, a budding fashion designer, keeps scheduling impromptu appointments with Dr. Fletcher, showing up at her office. Dr. Fletcher suspects something’s wrong with Kevin and his multiple personalities, but can’t get Barry to spill the beans.

This is simply M. Night’s most evocative work since The Sixth Sense. His use of close-ups is intimate and, at times, claustrophobic -- particularly when we’re face-to-face with McAvoy and his many personalities, an acting challenge McAvoy absolutely nails.  He’s so good, had this film been Shyamalan’s follow-up to The Sixth Sense, it would’ve been released in time for awards season consideration.  Equally up to task is 20-year-old Anya Taylor-Joy, who is simply the truth.

Welcome back M. Night Shyamalan. With Split, you’re on top of your game, and I cant wait to see what you do next.

Four out of five stars.

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Vin Diesel and Deepika Padukone/Paramount Pictures and Revolution Studios(NEW YORK) -- Vin Diesel continues his climb back to past glory, reprising another role that helped turn him into, at one time, the world’s biggest action star.  Fifteen years after first playing Xander Cage in xXx, he reprises his role as X-games-type super-agent Xander Cage.

Only this time, Cage is no longer a government agent. Instead, presumed dead, he’s stealing transmitters from tall towers, skiing down a mountain of shrubbery, then skateboarding the rest of of the way while being chased by soldiers, all in an effort to allow a small village to be able to watch a soccer game. He’s a man of and for the people!

But the government comes calling when a group of lethal assassins, with a skill set not seen since Xander and his crew last worked for the government, infiltrates a top-secret meeting in an impossible-kind-of way, stealing a device that can activate any one of the thousands of orbiting satellites and turn them, essentially, into guided missiles, pointed at Earth.

Xander’s mission is to find the crew that hit the meeting and retrieve the device. Lending some acting gravitas to the film is Toni Collette, who plays the CIA agent in charge of getting Xander back in the game and, essentially, running the mission. She also introduces Xander to his team, which consists of military operatives, including a solider played by former NFL great Tony Gonzalez. This doesn’t sit well with Xander , who naturally replaces the soldiers with his own team.

This could’ve been a predictable story about Xander’s crew taking on a crew of equal, if not superior, skill. Instead, writers Rich Wilkes and F. Scott Frazier and director D.J. Caruso do an admirable job of kicking the story up a notch to something that is, at the very least, less predictable and mildly interesting.  Caruso also does a nice job of using the action as a character in itself, displaying a deft hand with the thrilling and creative action sequences.

Make no mistake, though: like the first two films in this franchise, this one’s replete with fits of utter stupidity, as well as being exploitative and misogynist.  We see plenty of handsome, chiseled men, but the camera doesn’t linger on their physiques nearly as much as it does on those of Deepika Padukone, Hermione Corfield, Ruby Rose and Nina Dobrev. These women are also formidable and smart, but apparently not enough to avoid the gratuitous way they’re depicted.

But that’s exactly what the audience for xXx: The Return of Xander Cage wants, and that’s exactly what they get: a stylish, fun, sexy movie that simultaneously manages to be exploitative and kind of dumb.

Three out of five stars.

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Universal Pictures - 2017(LOS ANGELES) -- After TMZ obtained and posted a video allegedly taken on the set of A Dog's Purpose, animal advocate group People for the Ethical Treatment of Anmials has called for a boycott of the movie -- and now its star and director are speaking out, too. 

The movie, which hits theaters next week, details the relationship between dogs and their owners.

The video, which was released yesterday, appears to show a German shepherd named Hercules fighting his handler, who is trying to lower him into a pool of turbulent water for one of the film's planned scenes.

"[The] footage shows a terrified dog who is forced into churning water on set," PETA Senior Vice President Lisa Lange told ABC News in a statement. "PETA is calling on dog lovers to boycott the film in order to send the message that dogs and other animals should be treated humanely, not as movie props."

The film's producer, Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment, and the studio distributing the movie, Universal Pictures, told ABC News in a statement that the recording and the incident's circumstances are being reviewed.

"Amblin is confident that great care and concern was shown for the German shepherd Hercules throughout the production of the film," it read in part.

Amblin added that the scene in question was scrapped because the dog was not comfortable.

"Hercules is happy and healthy today," the statement said in closing.

Actor Josh Gad, who is the voice of the dog in the film, issued a statement calling the video "disturbing." In a long Twitter post, the actor wrote that he signed on to the movie because he saw it as "one of the most beautiful love letters to animals I have ever seen."

"While I do not know all the details and cannot speak to the level of care and caution that went into this moment [in the video], I am shaken and sad to see any animal put in a situation against its will," he continued. "I have reached out to the production team and studio to ask for an explanation for these disturbing images."

The movie's director, Lasse Hallstrom, a "lifelong animal lover," also tweeted, stating in part, "I have been promised that a thorough investigation into this situation is underway and that any wrongdoing will be reported and punished."

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(NEW YORK) -- Miguel Ferrer, star of shows like NCIS: Los Angeles and Crossing Jordan, has died of cancer, according to a statement from CBS.  He was 61.

The actor was the son of Oscar-winning actor Jose Ferrer and legendary singer and actress Rosemary Clooney, and was George Clooney's first cousin.  His breakout role was as Bob Morton, the man who designed the experimental RoboCop cyborg, in 1987's RoboCop.

In addition to playing Dr. Garret Macy on Crossing Jordan and Assistant Director Owen Granger on NCIS: Los Angeles, he played Vice President Rodriguez in Iron Man 3 and FBI forensic pathologist Albert Rosenfield in Twin Peaks.  He will appear in that role in this year's reboot of the show.

Ferrer also lent his voice to characters in movies like Mulan, Rio 2 and The Lion King II, as well as Superman: The Animated Series.  Before his acting career, Ferrer worked as a studio musician, playing drums behind Bing Crosby, among others.

NCIS: Los Angeles showrunner R. Scott Gemmill issued a statement that said, "Today, [we] lost a beloved family member. Miguel was a man of tremendous talent who had a powerful dramatic presence on screen, a wicked sense of humor, and a huge heart.”

Ferrer is surrvived by his wife Lori, and sons Lukas and Rafi.

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ABC/Alex Scott(MASSACHUSETTS) -- Octavia Spencer will be honored -- and roasted -- by one of the top Ivy League schools in the nation.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Hidden Figures star has been named the Woman of the Year by Harvard University's Hasty Pudding student theatrical group. The honor, which is given to performers who have made a notable contribution to entertainment, will be given to the Academy Award-winning actress on January 26 as part of the organization's first-ever live-streamed ceremony.

Previous recipients of the award have included Meryl Streep, Katharine Hepburn, Julia Roberts, Jodie Foster, Elizabeth Taylor, Anne Hathaway, Claire Danes, Marion Cotillard, Helen Mirren, Amy Poehler and Kerry Washington.

On February 3 Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds will also be honored by Harvard as the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year.

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Marvel - 2016(MASSACHUSETTS) -- Once again, Avengers series star Chris Evans has become a hero in real life.

To benefit one of his favorite charities, Christopher's Haven, which provides housing for families whose children are undergoing cancer treatment at MassGeneral Hospital in his native Massachusetts, Evans has launched another Omaze charity experience

A donation of just $10 can earn you 100 chances to join Captain America's alter-ego in an escape room -- a team building experience that has participants hunting for clues to spring themselves from a locked room. As always, various higher donation levels can also secure you goodies like autographs, t-shirts, and the like.

A win also lands you a chance to grab burgers and beer with Evans afterwards.

To promote the campaign, Evans and the company Trapology rigged the Boston comic store Comikaze into an escape room, and pranked a group of unsuspecting customers into playing along.

Feeding them clues via a walkie talkie strapped to a Captain America doll, Evans walked groups of players through a series of puzzles to get them to find a "secret Hyrda base" -- then jump scare them in the pitch darkness. 

Omaze has hosted similar one-of-a-kind charity experiences for Evans' other Marvel movie pals, including Chris Pratt and Robert Downey Jr. Pratt even visited Christopher's Haven in his Star-Lord costume after losing a Super Bowl bet with Evans.

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Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- American Crime Story is trying to catch lighting in a bottle again, after its series The People v. O.J. Simpson became a smash with critics, awards voters, and viewers alike.

The affair between former President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky will be the subject of a future season, according to Variety.

Author Jeffrey Toobin, whose book, The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson, provided the storyline for the last season, has teamed up again with FX for the Clinton-Lewinsky season, which will be based on Toobin's book, A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President.

The title refers to then-first lady Hillary Clinton's assurance that linking her husband to the 19-year-old intern was merely part of a "vast, right-wing conspiracy."

The book centers on Lewinsky's affair with Bill Clinton while she was a White House intern from 1995-96. Clinton was ultimately impeached on charges of lying under oath to a federal grand jury and obstruction of justice.

Two seasons of "American Crime Story" are currently in production. The first, Katrina, which will reportedly air in 2018, explores the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, while Versace delves into the 1997 murder of designer Gianni Versace. There's no air date for Versace yet.

ABC News reached out to FX to confirm that the Clinton-Lewinsky-themed series is in development, but has not received a response.

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Hugh Jackman as Logan/Wolverine and Dafne Keen as Laura in LOGAN. Photo Credit: Ben Rothstein.© 2017 Marvel. TM and © 2017 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation(LOS ANGELES) -- 20th Century Fox has released the final trailer for Logan, Hugh Jackman's superhero swan song as the X-Man also known as Wolverine, and it seems to reflect Deadpool's R-rated influence.

The movie takes place after the other installments in the X-Men franchise, with both Logan and Patrick Stewart's character Professor Xavier mere shells of their formerly-powerful mutant selves, in hiding near the Mexican border. 

According to a synopsis tweeted by Jackman himself, "Logan's attempt to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces."

The young mutant is a girl named Laura, whose youth is a stark contrast to the fact she shares many of Logan's powers, like an unbreakable adamantium skeleton and razor sharp claws. The "dark forces" are apparently The Reavers, a group of mutant hunters led by a cyborg played by Narcos' Boyd Holbrook.

In the snippet, set to Kaleo's "Way Down We Go," we see Laura shoplifting at a gas station convenience store, until a clerk makes the mistake of scolding her for it. We then learn the little girl -- also known as X-23 -- also inherited Logan's temper, flipping the poor guy and almost running him through until Logan stops her.

The heroes on the run exist in a world where the exploits of the mutants have been immortalized in comics, but as Logan explains -- and the trailer demonstrates with R-rated levels of violence -- that "in the real world, people die."

Two versions of the trailer exist, one of which also makes use of the more adult rating's freedom from language restrictions. Even Professor X drops an F-bomb in the uncensored version tweeted by Fox Thursday morning.

The movie, from Oscar winner James Mangold, who directed The Wolverine, opens February 3. 

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ABC/Kelsey McNeal(LOS ANGELES) -- Last week's headline-grabbing episode of ABC’s black-ish focused on the presidential election and the Johnson family’s reaction to it. But despite the characters' occasionally negative take on the results, the stars of black-ish, Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross, are very clear: they’re rooting for Donald Trump.

“We want  President Trump to succeed,” Ross tells ABC Radio.  Anderson agrees, adding, “I want him to prove all the naysayers wrong.”

That doesn't mean they don't have concerns, however, which is why Ross is joining the Women's March on Washington, taking place Saturday.

“The experience of actually being in a sea of women and feeling the magnitude of our power, as a collective group, in and of itself is important,” says Ross.  “And I think as women we have an ability and we have for, since the beginning of time, been representing more than just ourselves. And I think that we will continue to do that and that's part of what the march will be about.”  

There are marches planned in D.C. and across the country Saturday.  black-ish airs on ABC Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET.

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Sonja Flemming/CBS(LOS ANGELES) -- Ellen DeGeneres made People’s Choice Awards history Wednesday night, winning three trophies to bring her lifetime total wins to 20, the most of any person in People's Choice history.

Ellen won Favorite Animated Film Voice for Finding Dory, Favorite Daytime Talk Show Host for The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Favorite Comedic Collaboration, for the “Mall Mischief” bit she did on the show last month with Britney Spears.

DeGeneres joked when she accepted her record-breaking award: "Seventeen, I get it; eighteen, sure; nineteen, I can see that.  But twenty is outrageous."

It was also a big night for country star Blake Shelton, who became the first country artist to take home the all-genre Favorite Album Award.  The Voice coach also won his second consecutive People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Country Artist, and gave a shout-out in his acceptance speech to girlfriend and fellow The Voice coach Gwen Stefani, whom he called "the hottest date here tonight."

Favorite Humanitarian recipient Tyler Perry used his acceptance speech to note that, "As I look at the state of the world and the state of our country and everything that is going on, it is so important that we know that no matter how dark it gets, we all know that we have to be light for each other."

Johnny Depp, winner for Favorite Movie Icon, referenced his highly publicized divorce from actress Amber Heard, noting, "I was very deeply affected by the kindness of your recognition and by your well-wishes to my family and myself, which is why it's especially meaningful for me to be here in front of you to say thank you,"

Thursday night also marked the debut of all-girl singing group Fifth Harmony as a quartet, following the recent departure of original member Camila Cabello. They also won for Favorite Group.

The Great Indoors star Joel McHale hosted the awards, which were broadcast live from the the Microsoft Theater on CBS.

Here's the complete list of winners:

Favorite Movie
Finding Dory

Favorite Movie Actor
Ryan Reynolds

Favorite Movie Actress
Jennifer Lawrence

Favorite Action Movie

Favorite Action Movie Actor
Robert Downey Jr.

Favorite Action Movie Actress
Margot Robbie

Favorite Animated Movie Voice
Ellen DeGeneres, Finding Dory

Favorite Comedic Movie
Bad Moms

Favorite Comedic Movie Actor
Kevin Hart

Favorite Comedic Movie Actress
Melissa McCarthy

Favorite Dramatic Movie
Me Before You

Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor
Tom Hanks

Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress
Blake Lively

Favorite Family Movie
Finding Dory

Favorite Thriller Movie
The Girl on the Train

Favorite Movie Icon
Johnny Depp

Favorite TV Show

Favorite Network TV Comedy
The Big Bang Theory

Favorite Comedic TV Actor
Jim Parsons

Favorite Comedic TV Actress
Sofia Vergara

Favorite Network TV Drama
Grey’s Anatomy

Favorite Dramatic TV Actor
Justin Chambers

Favorite Dramatic TV Actress
Priyanka Chopra

Favorite Cable TV Comedy
Baby Daddy

Favorite Cable TV Drama
Bates Motel

Favorite Cable TV Actor
Freddie Highmore

Favorite Cable TV Actress
Vera Farmiga

Favorite TV Crime Drama
Criminal Minds

Favorite TV Crime Drama Actor
Mark Harmon

Favorite TV Crime Drama Actress
Jennifer Lopez

Favorite Premium Drama Series
Orange Is the New Black

Favorite Premium Comedy Series
Fuller House

Favorite Premium Series Actor
Dwayne Johnson

Favorite Premium Series Actress
Sarah Jessica Parker

Favorite Network Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show

Favorite Cable Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show
The Walking Dead

Favorite Premium Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Series

Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor
Sam Heughan

Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress
Caitriona Balfe

Favorite Competition TV Show
The Voice

Favorite Daytime TV Host
Ellen DeGeneres

Favorite Daytime TV Hosting Team
Good Morning America

Favorite Late Night Talk Show Host
Jimmy Fallon

Favorite Actor in a New TV Series
Matt LeBlanc

Favorite Actress in a New TV Series
Kristen Bell

Favorite Animated TV Show
The Simpsons

Favorite New TV Comedy
Man with a Plan

Favorite New TV Drama
This Is Us

Favorite Male Artist
Justin Timberlake

Favorite Female Artist
Britney Spears

Favorite Group
Fifth Harmony

Favorite Breakout Artist
Niall Horan

Favorite Male Country Artist
Blake Shelton

Favorite Female Country Artist
Carrie Underwood

Favorite Country Group
Little Big Town

Favorite Pop Artist
Britney Spears

Favorite Hip-Hop Artist

Favorite R&B Artist

Favorite Album
Blake Shelton, If I’m Honest

Favorite Song
Justin Timberlake,  “Can’t Stop the Feeling”

Favorite Social Media Celebrity
Britney Spears

Favorite Social Media Star
Cameron Dallas

Favorite YouTube Star
Lilly Singh

Favorite Comedic Collaboration
Ellen DeGeneres and Britney Spears’ Mall Mischief

Favorite Humanitarian
Tyler Perry

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