Week in Review & This Week in Entertainment: May 23

‘Glee’ Star Mark Salling Indicted for Child Pornography
Mark Salling, who played Puck on “Glee,” was indicted on Friday for possessing child pornography, Variety has learned.

‘The Voice’ Crowns Season 10 Winner
NBC’s “The Voice” unveiled its Season 10 winner on Tuesday night, crowning Alisan Porter the latest champion of the popular singing competition.

‘Game of Thrones’ Bosses Offer an ‘Apology’ for Hodor
On “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Tuesday night, the showrunners of “Game of Thrones” made an appearance to issue “a heartfelt apology” to the HBO series’ loyal fans for the events of Sunday’s episode.

Amber Heard Granted Domestic Violence Restraining Order Against Johnny Depp
A judge has granted Johnny Depp’s estranged wife Amber Heard a temporary restraining order until another hearing is held, after she accused him of domestic violence, a Los Angeles Superior Court spokesperson told Variety.

‘Nashville’ Revival in Talks at 4 to 5 Platforms, Original Cast Still Under Long-Term Deals
“Nashville” signed off last night with its Season 4 finale, and a major cliffhanger — but will that cliffhanger ever be resolved? According to Lionsgate, hopefully so.

This Week in Entertainment 2003

Pixar’s fifth animated feature “Finding Nemo” reeled in audiences when it opened on Memorial Day weekend, May 30, 2003. The film follows Marlin, a single-father clownfish as he searches for his missing son, Nemo. He gets help along the way from a forgetful regal tang named Dory. It was the first Pixar film to win an Oscar for animated feature after the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences introduced that category in 2001. It starred Albert Brooks as Marlin and Ellen DeGeneres as Dory. DeGeneres has been bugging writer-director Andrew Stanton and Pixar to do a sequel to the film, and now, 13 years later, that sequel, “Finding Dory,” is about to open, with Dory looking for her long-lost family.

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