If you've found yourself wondering if you know any swingers, Discovery Fit & Health is here to tell you that you probably do -- at least if you live in Atlanta. In the new four-part series "Secret Sex Lives: Swingers" (premieres Sat. Sept. 7 at 10:00 p.m.), the show follows five nice Southern couples with jobs and friends and homes that do not appear to be mangy strip clubs who just happen to enjoy screwing around with other people.
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“Atlas,” Coldplay’s new song for “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” finally surfaced today after a two-week delay.
While instantly recognizably Coldplay, with Chris Martin’s delicate piano playing at the forefront, it’s also much less bombastic than some typical Coldplay fare. Instead, it’s quietly dramatic, as Martin vows “I’ll carry your world” with a growing intensity. There’s something lovely and haunting about it, though it doesn’t immediately grab hold like “Safe & Sound” from Taylor Swift & The Civil Wars from the first “Hunger Games” installment did.
Coldplay wrote the track, the band’s first new song in nearly two years, specifically for the movie. Coldplay recorded the song, produced by the band, Daniel Green and Rik Sampson, in its London studio, Beehive between April and July.
“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” opens Nov. 22 and stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and Woody Harrelson.
Neil Patrick Harris won't open the Emmys with a big opening number
Harris wants this year's ceremony to be "classy and smart," but there won't be an opening number. "The last thing I want is to compete with the Tony Awards, which I had such a blast doing — so no, I'll be doing something different for sure," he says. "But I think that’s what’s fun, trying to come up with new ideas."
Eminem teams with ABC's "Saturday Night Football"
Eminem's "Berzerk" will be the featured song of the season, plus the two are collaborating on a college football-themed music video for the weekly broadcast.
"Burn Notice" creator wants to do a spinoff
"I would love to do it," says Matt Nix, who's working on a medical drama pilot for USA. "The door has been left open intentionally, but nobody's asked me to write a script. If the opportunity ever arose to do something like that I’d be thrilled."
History channel's H2 channel to show 9/11's "Relics From The Wreckage"
The special will highlight five relics that will be featured in the 9/11 museum.
"The Following" books "True Blood's" Carrie Preston
She'll guest as James Purefoy's groupie.
Piper Perabo gets engaged
The "Covert Affairs" star is set to wed director-producer Stephen Kay.
TORONTO - Ron Howard must be one of the most successful directors to have ever made as many giant films as he has without developing his own signature directorial style, and while one could level that against him as a criticism, I think in some ways, it's the key to his success. He is rarely the star of his movies the way someone like Scorsese is. Instead, Howard seems to reinvent the way he tells a story based entirely on which story he's telling, and in the case of "Rush," that strategy pays off to remarkable effect.
Peter Morgan's script is inelegantly structured, particularly in the first half hour, and at first it feels like they're not sure what story they're telling. Gradually, though, the film settles into a rhythm, and things snap into focus. Once they do, Howard's filmmaking seems to get more and more confident, and by the end of the film, I was shocked to realize just how invested I was in the story of James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) and Niki Lauda (Daniel Bruhl), especially considering how little I care about the world of Formula 1 racing.
After a long run of Emmy nominees on the show, Melinda and I decided to, you know, talk to one another. It was a little awkward at first, since we'd kind of forgotten what to do (I'm kidding!), but in the end we managed to plow through some hot topics we're sure you'll appreciate. Also, listen for "The Fox." We planned on talking about it (partly because I can't get the damn thing out of my head), but didn't have time. If you want to to catch the latest really weird, awesomely bad earworm, the video is below. Consider yourselves warned. Here's the rundown!
Paul Greengrass' "Captain Phillips" is plainly one of the best films of the year. It's the best work the director has offered to date and it features a detailed, ultimately emotional performance from Tom Hanks that is sure to draw kudos. But the big surprise is that Hanks might not even give the best performance of the film.
VENICE - For several years now, the Venice Film Festival has overlapped with not one but two rival North American fests. The "Toronto effect" has been felt since the two festivals started sharing a few days of September calendar space: the exodus of journalists from the Lido in the last couple of days is all too noticeable, though Venice organizers have to accept it, obligingly front-loading their schedule with their highest-profile premieres to as to allow sufficient room for the first wave of buzz and publicity (not to mention reasonable travel time for talent) before the next one at Toronto.
I wish I could say I was surprised to hear that the coming season of "True Blood" will be the show's last, but I can't. I don't think too many fans of the show can, either. After a disappointing sixth season, one that plowed through storylines willy-nilly and made little effort to wrap them up in a way that was either satisfying or logical (do I need to say more than Warlow, people?), it seems that it may really be time to hang it up. But, just in case we find ourselves struggling with Sookie's exit from our lives (or mourning the loss of out weekly dose of Alexander Skarsgård), it may help to remind ourselves why it's time for "True Blood" to get staked.
"Grey's Anatomy" unveils Season 10 promo
"The storm isn't over yet."
Hank's "Breaking Bad" partner "Gomie" jokes: "It's hard to be a Mexican on 'Breaking Bad'"
Steven Michael Quezada -- an actor/standup comedian/talk show host/Albuquerque school board member -- says of his character: "Gomez is the verbally abused wife. He takes everything with a grain of salt, though. When Hank has something racially colorful to say, I don't think he says it to anybody else but Gomez, you know what I mean?" PLUS: New Mexico clinic to offer "Breaking Bad" rehab scholarships.
"Big Brother" Aaryn's black prom date comes forward
Mike Miller, who took the racist "Big Brother" star to the prom in 2009, says she's not "prejudiced or hateful."
X-Men won't ever be part of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Rights issues will prevent the show from even using the word "mutant."
Dr. Oz goes undercover -- as a woman
The TV doctor dressed in drag at a shoe store to convince women to choose comfort over fashion.
Jack Osbourne's wife suffers a miscarriage
Osbourne got the news as he's preparing to go on "Dancing with the Stars."
Moscow mayoral candidate's campaign is inspired by "The Wire"
Alexei Navalny, the leading opposition candidate, admits copying many of his ideas from the HBO series. PLUS: Isiah Whitlock Jr. hasn't stopped saying "sheeeeeeeeeit."
"White Collar" recruits Zeljko Ivanek
He'll guest star in one episode.
"The X Factor" gets new sponsors
Pepsi and Chevrolet are out, Honda and Procter are in.
One Direction’s new album, “Midnight Memories,” will be released Nov. 25. The British boy band spilled the news this morning with a 6-second video that shows band member Harry Styles rearranging pieces of paper with letters on them to spell out “Midnight,” and then you can kind of guess the rest... or another forthcoming video will do that for you, undoubtedly.
“Midnight Memories” follows “Up All Night” and “Take Me Home." Fans can pre-order the album starting Monday, Sept. 9. First single from the album was “Best Song Ever,” which set a Vevo record for the most views in a 24-hour period: 12.3 million.
The news comes while One Direction’s Morgan Spurlock-directed concert film, “One Direction: This Is Us,” continues to do well in theaters. The 3D movie opened in second place in the U.S., grossing $18.4 million in its opening weekend last week.
Next year already looks to be a big year for One Direction, as the five lads will kick off their Where We Are stadium tour in South America. The worldwide tour already includes eight sold out nights in the U.K. and Ireland.
Kanye West will kick off his first solo tour in five years Oct. 19 at Seattle’s Key Arena.
The Yeezus Tour, presented by AEG Live, will hit 23 cities before closing Dec. 7 in Houston at the Toyota Center. Kendrick Lamar will be the opening act.
The Yeezus Tour, in support of West’s current album, “Yeezus,” marks West’s first return to the road since the Watch The Throne tour with Jay Z in 2011. His last solo tour was 2008’s “Glow In the Dark” tour.
West released "Yeezus" on June 18, 2013. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, with sales of 327,000.
Date City Venue
19 Seattle, WA KeyArena
20 Vancouver, B.C. Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
22 San Jose, CA SAP Center
23 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
25 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
26 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
1 Salt Lake City, UT EnergySolutions Arena
3 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
5 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
7 Chicago, IL United Center
10 Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
12 Toronto, Ont. Air Canada Centre
14 Montreal, Que. Bell Centre
16 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
17 Boston, MA TD Garden
19 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
21 Washington, DC Verizon Center
23 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
29 Miami, FL AmericanAirlines Arena
30 Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Times Forum
1 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
6 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
7 Houston, TX Toyota Center
It's Heidi's sweatshop! Well, not really, but this week we were treated to the challenge we see every season, in which one "lucky" designer gets to hand over their work for Heidi's New Balance active wear collection. What a great prize! It's not money or anything, and the designer's name isn't on the label, but he or she will sleep warm and happy knowing that the design is being worn by lots of people who don't have a clue who made it. Huzzah!