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All the Places You Can Watch Fixer Upper Right Now

All the Places You Can Watch Fixer Upper Right Now

HGTV announced in September that everyone’s favorite home improvement show, Fixer Upper, is ending after the next season. Season five will be the last set of new episodes for Texas couple Chip and Joanna Gaines. Nooooo!

Of course, it’s understandable that the Gaines’s might want a break. They recently revealed that they film the series 11 months out of the year, and it hasn’t left a lot of time for family activities. Plus, their fame has led to several other expansive business opportunities, like their own home store, bakery, and real estate agency, so Chip and Joanna definitely have their hands full.

But if you want to keep reliving the gorgeous renovation projects (and also the Gaines’s adorable family life on their Texas farm), here are your options for watching previous seasons.

  • Old episodes are rebroadcast all the time on HGTV, including a marathon that is running all day Nov. 21, the day of the season five premiere. Check your local TV listings for all broadcast times.
  • A handful of episodes are available to stream on the HGTV website.
  • Sling TV streaming service offers HGTV live and on-demand with its most basic package, which runs $20/mo.
  • The first three seasons of Fixer Upper are available to stream on Hulu.
  • The first four seasons of the home renovation show are available for purchase on Amazon Prime.

But take heart, fans. Season five will run for 19 episodes, plus the spinoff series, Fixer Upper: Behind the Design, is debuting May 2018.

If It Were Up to Mandy Moore, This Is Us Would Only Take Place in This 1 Time Period

If It Were Up to Mandy Moore, This Is Us Would Only Take Place in This 1 Time Period

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Mandy Moore is incredible on This Is Us, and I don’t mean that in a hyperbolic way. Her heartfelt performance as Rebecca Pearson, mom of triplets and wife of a well-intentioned husband who battles with alcoholism, is a sight to behold. In fact, the 33-year-old singer and actress has received a Golden Globe nomination for her work on the show, and it’s one of the reasons This Is Us has become one of the most watched dramas on television. I recently caught up with Mandy to discuss her Friendsgiving traditions promoted by American Express or the Blue Cash Everyday Card, and also got the scoop on what fans can expect in upcoming episodes of This Is Us. Keep reading to find out what she revealed about her character and which time period she enjoys playing the most.

POPSUGAR: First off, congrats on your recent engagement to your fiancé, Taylor Goldsmith. This will be the first year celebrating the holidays as a newly engaged couple; how do you two plan to celebrate?
Mandy Moore: The one tradition we’re hoping to continue is the concept of Friendsgiving. Our tradition over the last couple of years has been gathering around 40 people [and] having appetizers and drinks. It’s just really fun and casual – not stressful like formal holiday traditions: having to vacuum the carpet before Grandma, Grandpa, and all of your aunts and uncles come over. And having to eat food that you don’t love, like cranberry sauce and dry turkey!

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PS: What’s your favorite holiday?
MM: I love Thanksgiving. I love that point in the evening where someone, who is maybe a glass of wine deep, starts going around the room talking about what they’re grateful for. They’re willing to be vulnerable and speak from the heart. That always gets me.

PS: Speaking of friends and family, This Is Us is centered around the Pearson family. Fans are obsessed with your character, Rebecca, and her husband, Jack. What’s the craziest theory you’ve heard about how Jack dies?
MM: I remember a while ago someone told me that there was some sort of 9/11 theory where he was perhaps one of the victims on the planes or something really insane and upsetting like that. Obviously that’s not the case, as we now know, but I just was confused because the timeline didn’t even match up properly. I was like, “Wait, no – he passes away in 1998 and [9/11] was in 2001.” So that was a very bizarre theory. I’m not sure what gave people that hair-brained idea.

PS: I cry every week watching the show. I even wrote a piece about how emotionally invested I am. Is there a script or scene that made you cry the most?
MM: Last season it was the episode where Justin [Hartley] is talking about a painting and explaining its analogy to life. How we’re all in a painting and we all have a color, and even if people aren’t in our life anymore, they still contributed to our painting. This season it’s Kevin’s solo episode. Again, Justin kills it. The whole episode is heartbreaking. I love that our show is able to focus on one character and devote an entire episode to their story.

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PS: What’s your favorite part about playing a someone like Rebecca?
MM: She’s a deeply compassionate person, but I love that she is flawed as well. She’s not June Cleaver. She is not a perfect mother or a perfect woman, but she just tries her best. I also think how devoted she is to her family. They come first before anything and anyone else in her life. She’s a tremendous role model for all woman to see that no one is perfect.

PS: You play many different ages of Rebecca on the show, including her in present day at 66 years old. Which era do you enjoy filming the most?
MM: Milo [Ventimiglia] and I have both decided that we love 1988 through 1990. Maybe because it requires the least amount of hair and makeup. [Laughs] Also, Jack and Rebecca are the happiest in their marriage at that point in time. That’s the era when the kids are 8, 9, and 10. There’s a lot of levity in their life. They really enjoy each others’ company, going on vacations, and doing things together.

PS: You recently mentioned that you are afraid to shoot upcoming episodes because some really heavy stuff is about to go down. What can we expect from Rebecca as the rest of the season unfolds?

“She has no choice but to step up to the plate and be there for her family in a way that she never expected to.”

MM: I love that her role, in a maternal sense, gets more fleshed out. You see different sides to her. She has no choice but to step up to the plate and be there for her family in a way that she never expected to, especially in Kate’s upcoming solo episode. I really love that I finally get to be a mother to her in a way that I don’t think we’ve seen on screen between the two of them yet. They have a complicated dynamic, as a lot of mother-daughters do, and I love that we will finally explore a different side to their relationship.

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PS: The show often features flashbacks of the characters in their younger years, and you too have become the queen of sharing throwback photos on your Instagram.
MM: Am I? [Laughs]

PS: Yes, you are! [Laughs] I figured it would be fun to go down memory lane with you in a round of rapid-fire questions.
MM: OK, sure!

PS: What’s your favorite ’90s drama?
MM: Oh gosh, I don’t think I watched anything cool growing up. [Pauses] You know what . . . my man just reminded me about The West Wing. It premiered in the ’90s.

PS: Favorite ’90s sitcom?
MM: I was a TGIF on ABC girl. I was excited to stay home and watch Step by Step, Family Matters, and that entire block of television. That was my jam growing up.

PS: Favorite song off your debut album?
MM: Oh God, I don’t even remember. Maybe “Walk Me Home.”

PS: Favorite teenage celebrity crush?
MM: It was definitely AJ from the Backstreet Boys. That was my crush because he was the bad boy. He had tattoos!

PS: Favorite go-to karaoke song?
MM: I haven’t done karaoke in a long time, but it would probably be something by Beyoncé. I don’t know if I can narrow it down, but definitely all Beyoncé.

PS: Backstreet Boys or *NSYNC?
MM: Even though AJ was my crush, I’m gonna go with *NSYNC. I thought they had a bigger repertoire now that I look back.

PS: TLC or Destiny’s Child?
MM: Destiny’s Child. [Laughs]

PS: The Princess Diaries or A Walk to Remember?
MM: Come on, A Walk to Remember!

You Need to Watch Pink’s Stunning Music Video With Channing Tatum Until the Very End

You Need to Watch Pink’s Stunning Music Video With Channing Tatum Until the Very End

Pink’s music video for “Beautiful Trauma” has everything: dance sequences worthy of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, technicolor sets, and Channing Tatum in drag. What more could you want? The singer, who recently stunned the crowd at the AMAs, gives off major La La Land vibes in the new video . . . if La La Land also heavily featured pill habits and dominatrixes. Check it out above, and make sure you watch until the very end, which makes a subtly powerful statement about gender roles.

Kate’s Crushing Episode of This Is Us Just Proved the Show Should Be Sponsored by Kleenex

Kate’s Crushing Episode of This Is Us Just Proved the Show Should Be Sponsored by Kleenex

Warning: spoilers for This Is Us ahead.

By now we all know that any and every episode of This Is Us will bring the tears – so much so that even the damn #ThisIsUs hashtag on Twitter autoposts with a tissue box emoji at the end of it – but during season two’s ninth episode, “Number Two,” I sobbed so hard that I’m pretty sure my entire upper body is going to ache tomorrow. After Randall shared with Kevin at the end of the previous episode, “Number One,” that Kate had lost her baby, we knew we were going to be in for an emotional roller coaster, but as it turns out, to say that is a serious understatement.

This week, the cast of This Is Us brought us to our knees once more as they chipped away at the stigma surrounding miscarriage after Kate suffers the loss of hers and Toby’s baby and showcased the complexity of a mother-daughter relationship between Kate and Rebecca through the years. And the people of Twitter – as they can always be counted on to do – shared their real-time feelings about the episode as it played out, so as we wait patiently for next week’s “Number Three” episode all about Randall, read some of the reactions people had to Kate’s tearjerker of an episode.

Dancing With the Stars’s Season 25 Winner Shouldn’t Come as a Surprise to Fans

Dancing With the Stars’s Season 25 Winner Shouldn’t Come as a Surprise to Fans

Dancing With the Stars has officially crowned its winner! On Tuesday night, Jordan Fisher and his partner, Lindsay Arnold, took home the mirror ball trophy for season 25. After wowing us with his impressive moves all season long, the charming 23-year-old beat out Lindsey Stirling and her partner, Mark Ballas, for the top spot in the competition. Of course, his win shouldn’t come as a surprise to fans – he has been a fan favorite all season long.

JAY-Z Pauses His Concert to Tell a 9-Year-Old Girl She Can “Be the Next President”

JAY-Z Pauses His Concert to Tell a 9-Year-Old Girl She Can “Be the Next President”

JAY-Z’s lyrics often reflect his influential rise to fame and his family life, but during a recent concert, it was more than his lyrics that were inspiring fans to follow their dreams: it was his advice for a young girl in the crowd. The rapper was performing in Cleveland when he started engaging with the audience. The conversation moved from humorous to uplifting when he started speaking to a young girl, seen in the video below. “Now, remember what I was saying, you can be anything you want to be in the world,” JAY-Z addressed her. “At this very moment, America is way more sexist than they are racist. But you, young lady, you got the potential to be the next President of the United States. You believe that!”

If one of the best rappers in the world told me that I could be president at nine years old, well, I’d start studying up. Considering this is the advice he has for an adorable fan who he’s never met before, we have a feeling he blesses his 5-year-old daugter Blue Ivy and 5-month-old twins Rumi and Sir with encouraging words of wisdom constantly. Fans on Twitter did not hold back after hearing JAY-Z’s impassioned message, with one person writing, “This is why we call you the GOAT,” and another saying she was brought to tears.

Beloved Partridge Family Actor David Cassidy Has Died

Beloved Partridge Family Actor David Cassidy Has Died

David Cassidy has passed away at the age of 67. According to People, the beloved Partridge Family actor passed away from organ failure on Nov. 21. He was surrounded by his family in Fort Lauderdale, FL, after being hospitalized last week for liver and kidney failure. The ’70s heartthrob had been open about his struggle with alcohol and substance abuse in the past.

“On behalf of the entire Cassidy family, it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father, our uncle, and our dear brother, David Cassidy,” his family said in a statement. “David died surrounded by those he loved, with joy in his heart and free from the pain that had gripped him for so long. Thank you for the abundance and support you have shown him these many years.”

David is survived by his son Beau, daughter Katie, brothers Shaun, Patrick, and Ryan, as well as his step-mother Shirley Jones.

Chrissy Teigen Shares a Snap of Her Growing Baby Bump After Revealing Second Pregnancy

Chrissy Teigen Shares a Snap of Her Growing Baby Bump After Revealing Second Pregnancy

it’s john’s!

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Chrissy Teigen is pregnant! The model and cookbook author shared the exciting news on Tuesday with an adorable Instagram video in which she points to her stomach and asks her 1-year-old daughter Luna, “What’s in here?” To which the little one replies, “Baby!” Chrissy hilariously captioned the snap, “It’s John’s,” to which John playfully commented, “Maury will have the final word on this.”

Later that day, Chrissy gave fans a glimpse of her growing belly on Snapchat, sharing her excitement over not having to hide her bump anymore.

Chrissy and John tied the knot in 2013 and welcomed Luna three years later. Chrissy has been open about her struggles with infertility and postpartum depression in the past and recently told Marie Claire that she and John wanted to add to their family. “I would definitely adopt or have foster children,” she revealed. “But I loved being pregnant.” Congrats to the couple on their growing family!

Justin Timberlake Attempts the Sexy Dance Routine From Rihanna and N.E.R.D.’s “Lemon” Video

Justin Timberlake Attempts the Sexy Dance Routine From Rihanna and N.E.R.D.’s “Lemon” Video

🍋 @pharrell @nerd @mettenarrative @badgalriri #LemonDanceChallenge

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Justin Timberlake is a fan of Rihanna and N.E.R.D.’s “Lemon” song. On Saturday, the upcoming Super Bowl halftime performer attempted to learn the sexy choreography straight from the music video’s breakout dancer, Mette Towley. In the clip, the “Can’t Stop the Feeling” singer appears to keep up with the moves before things get too complicated. “Aw, see, I don’t know that one!” he says. Watch the fun video, which features a surprise cameo from Pharrell Williams, above.

17 Drake Gifts For You and All Your Woes

17 Drake Gifts For You and All Your Woes

There’s no one better who understands love and heartbreak than Drake, especially when it comes to putting special ones on to the finer things. Whether it’s for the holidays or just because they’re the best you ever had, the Champagne papi or mami in your life deserves to get treated. Here are 17 Drake gifts for yourself and all your woes – so they know it’s real.

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