‘Criminal Minds’ Loses One of its Stars

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Criminal Minds loses one of its stars

The longtime cast member who surprisingly exited on Wednesday describes the departure as a “weird experience. I just spent 11 years with a group of people and it’s a weird thing to walk away from — but I did it on my terms and in the right way.”

Nashville is getting new showrunners who are vets of My So-Called Life and thirtysomething

Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick will take over if ABC orders a fifth season of the country music drama.

TMZ’s Harvey Levin criticizes The People v. O.J. Simpson for creating too much reasonable doubt

“That pisses me off,” says Levin, who covered the Simpson case for L.A.’s KCBS. Levin says that for those who watched the entire trial, like him, “there was no doubt” that O.J. did it.

Netflix lands the Jonah Hill-Emma Stone dark comedy from Cary Fukunaga

The half-hour Maniac, based on the Norwegian series, has been picked up for 10 episodes.

Enrique Murciano to co-star with Anna Paquin on ABC’s Broken

He’ll play her childhood friend-turned-nemesis on the drama pilot that has Paquin playing a ruthless divorce attorney. PLUS: Gail O’Grady boards NBC’s Miranda’s Rights, and Mr. Robot adds three more actors for Season 2.

@midnight stages a Donald Trump vs. Bernie Sanders debate

Chris Hardwick billed the battle as “socialist vs. sociopath.”

Erin Andrews wants Marriott hotel to pay her full $55 million judgment

The hotel is on the hook for only $27 million of the verdict, while her stalker was ordered to pay $28 million, even though he doesn’t have that kind of money.

Minka Kelly is developing a cooking show

The Friday Night Lights alum graduated from cooking school last June. Now she’s planning to star in a traveling cooking show.

IFC’s Documentary Now! hits Netflix

The documentary spoof from SNL alums Fred Armisen, Seth Meyers and Bill Hader is now available for binging.