The 2014 Tony Award winners are…

11:45 am EDT, June 9, 2014

The 2013-2014 Broadway season has come to a close with the 68th Tony Awards, hosted by a tireless Hugh Jackman. The winners are as follows…

Musical Categories
– Best musical — A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder
– Best revival of a musical — Hedwig and the Angry Inch
– Best lead actress in a musical — Jessie Mueller, Beautiful
– Best lead actor in a musical — Neil Patrick Harris, Hedwig and the Angry Inch
– Best featured actress in a musical — Lena Hall, Hedwig and the Angry Inch
– Best featured actor in a musical — James Monroe Iglehart, Aladdin
– Best direction of a musical — Darko Tresnjak, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder
– Best book of a musical — Robert L. Freedman, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder
– Best original score — Jason Robert Brown, The Bridges of Madison County
– Best choreography — Warren Carlyle, After Midnight
– Best scenic design of a musical — Christopher Barreca, Rocky
– Best lighting design of a musical — Kevin Adams, Hedwig and the Angry Inch
– Best costume design of a musical — Linda Cho, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder
– Best sound design of a musical — Brian Ronan, Beautiful
– Best orchestrations — Jason Robert Brown, The Bridges of Madison County

Play Categories
– Best play — All the Way
– Best revival of a play — A Raisin in the Sun
– Best lead actress in a play — Audra McDonald, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill
– Best lead actor in a play — Bryan Cranston, All the Way
– Best featured actress in a play — Sophie Okonedo, A Raisin in the Sun
– Best performance by an actor in a featured role in a play — Mark Rylance, Twelfth Night
– Best direction of a play — Kenny Leon, A Raisin in the Sun
– Best scenic design of a play — Beowulf Boritt, Act One
– Best lighting design of a play — Natasha Katz, The Glass Menagerie
– Best costume design of a play — Jenny Tiramani, Twelfth Night
– Best sound design of a play — Steve Canyon Kennedy, ,em>Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill

The big winners of the night were A Gentleman’s Guide and Hedwig, with four wins apiece, including Best Musical and Best Revival Respectively. On the play front, A Raisin in the Sun surprised everyone by nabbing three wins (including Best Revival), most of which were assumed to go to The Glass Menagerie (which only walked away with one award, for lighting). The Best Play was All the Way.

What was striking was how many new winners there were. Of all the musical categories, only three winners had previously won a Tony (Jason Robert Brown for Score, Kevin Adams for Lighting, and Brian Ronan for Sound Design). Same thing in the play categories: only three previous winners (Audra McDonald and Mark Rylance in acting categories, and Natasha Katz for Lighting). Both Lead Actor winners – Neil Patrick Harris and Bryan Cranston – can now put a Tony next to their Emmys, and are halfway to an EGOT.

On the musical side, the wealth was evenly distributed to all this season’s shows: After Midnight, Beautiful, Aladdin, Rocky, and even the dearly departed Bridges of Madison County each received a Tony or two. If/Then, Les Miserables, and Cabaret all walked away empty-handed, but between their box office numbers and fantastic performances at the Tonys, they should be fine. Violet and Bullets Over Broadway should be worried – their box office has not been as strong, and their performances late in the broadcast were far less effective.

The plays were not as evenly rewarded. Lady Day, Twelfth Night, Act One, and Glass Menagerie all shared in the Tony wealth. But crowd favorites like Cripple of Inishmaan and Casa Valentina, along with many others, did not get any Tony love – if you want to see these shows, I’d recommend doing so soon.

Audra McDonald made history tonight with her Best Actress win. She won a sixth competitive acting award, something no other actor or actress has ever done. She had previously been tied with Broadway legends Angela Lansbury and Julie Harris at five wins apiece. His victory also made Audra McDonald the first actor or actress to ever win in all four acting categories (Lead in a Musical, Lead in a Play, Featured in a Musical, Featured in a Play).

Less happy are Kelli O’Hara and Danny Burstein, who tonight join George C. Scott as the only actors to amass five nominations without any wins. There’s always next year…

Hugh Jackman did a decent job hosting, even if the opening number was rather underwhelming. Ironically, the best number of the night still belonged to NPH, who gave an absolutely insane performance from Hedwig and the Angry Inch. In fact, all the musicals put their best foot forward.

Idina Menzel sang a solo from If/Then and seemed much more comfortable than at the Oscars (because her name was pronounced correctly!). Jessie Mueller (Beautiful) sang a duet with Carole King herself. James Monroe Iglehart performed a justifiably abridged version of “Friend Like Me,” Aladdin’s biggest showstopper. We got to hear classics like “Willkommen” from Cabaret and “One Day More” from Les Mis. To celebrate Wicked’s tenth anniversary, the current Elphaba and Glinda performed “For Good” (and did it much better than at the actual tenth anniversary performance). There were even musical numbers previewing next season’s musicals “The Last Ship” and “Finding Neverland.”

What did you think of the Tonys? Are you happy with who won? And which of the shows do you most want to see after watching them perform?

‘Glee’ alum Mark Salling indicted on child pornography charges

The actor is facing a lot of jail time.

4:55 pm EDT, May 27, 2016

Following an arrest in December, Glee star Mark Salling (who played Puck on the Fox series) is now facing child pornography charges.

A federal grand jury has charged the 33-year-old actor with two counts of child pornography after a search of his home turned up “thousands” of images and videos involving children, TMZ reports. He will be arraigned in early June.

Salling’s charges potentially come with big sentences: 5 to 20 years in prison for receiving child porn, and another 20 years for possessing it.

After Glee went off air last year, Salling has worked on only one project: The action movie Adi Shankar’s Gods and Secrets which is slated to hit theaters later this year.

The actor has been in trouble with the law before — he was sued for sexual battery in 2013.

After filing for divorce from Johnny Depp earlier this week, Amber Heard has now filed a restraining order against the actor after alleged domestic abuse.

TMZ reports Heard went into a Los Angeles courtroom this morning to file the restraining order and shared photos of physical abuse by Johnny Depp, including bruises from this past weekend. “Heard claims after he allegedly hit her he offered her money to stay quiet, but instead she filed for divorce first thing Monday morning,” TMZ says. Heard reportedly “has video of one of the beatings.” TMZ’s report includes a graphic photo of the bruises the actress received from Depp.

Update: The restraining order has been granted.

Heard says she’s been physically assaulted “various times during their marriage,” according to TMZ, and believes there’s “an immediate threat of harm.” Hence the restraining order.

The report adds, “We’re told cops told Amber they would find Johnny and arrest him if she gave a statement about the alleged violence, but she refused. Officers told her if she changed her mind she could call them. As far as we know, she has not gone back to the cops.”

Johnny Depp is currently in the middle of promoting Alice Through the Looking Glass, which opens in theaters Friday.

Depp and Heard married last year after three years of dating. A photo of the couple at this year’s Grammy Awards is below.

DCOM marathon schedule: See full list of movies and when they air

The mega marathon begins Friday, May 27 and runs into June!

10:00 am EDT, May 27, 2016

The highly-anticipated Disney Channel Original Movie marathon began Friday, May 27 at 10 a.m. eastern and runs through the holiday weekend. See the complete DCOM marathon schedule here!

When Disney Channel says they’re running a DCOM marathon, they mean it. The network will be airing 51 DCOMs from Friday to Monday ahead of this summer’s release of their 100th DCOM, Adventures in Babysitting (debuting June 24). Who needs Memorial Day festivities when you can sit inside and enjoy Disney Channel classics all weekend?!

After Monday they’ll continue to air a couple more movies every night until they eventually air all 100 DCOMs. That’s right! Every single one of ’em is returning to television between now and late June.

Below is the complete list of DCOMs airing from Friday, May 27 into the middle of June. Since many are airing in the overnight hours, you’ll probably want to set up your DVR. Or in case you want to watch them again. And again.

DCOM Marathon Schedule

Friday, May 27

10:00AM Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama
11:20AM Read It and Weep
12:55PM Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior
2:40PM Jump In!
4:15PM Lemonade Mouth
6:15PM Zapped
8:00PM High School Musical 2
9:55PM The Cheetah Girls 2
11:45PM Zenon the Zequel
1:25AM Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge
2:55AM Twitches Too
4:25AM Alley Cats Strike!

Saturday, May 28

6:25AM You Wish!
8:05AM The Proud Family Movie
9:50AM Quints
11:25AM Horse Sense
1:10PM Cow Belles
2:50PM Twitches
4:30PM The Even Stevens Movie
6:15PM Wizards of Waverly Place The Movie
8:00PM Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
9:50PM Princess Protection Program
11:30PM The Cheetah Girls: One World
1:05AM Zenon: Z3
2:40AM Halloweentown High
4:20AM The Thirteenth Year

Netflix DCOMs High School Musical

Sunday, May 29

6:00AM Right On Track
7:45AM Full-Court Miracle
9:35AM Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-Off
11:20AM Brink!
1:10PM Double Teamed
2:55PM Rip Girls
4:35PM Motocrossed
6:20PM Cloud 9
8:00PM Teen Beach 2
9:55PM Bad Hair Day
11:40PM How to Build a Better Boy
1:20AM Pixel Perfect
2:55AM The Other Me
4:30AM Genius

Monday, May 30

10:00AM Stuck in the Suburbs
11:30AM Halloweentown
1:05PM Zenon, Girl of the 21st Century
2:55PM Smart House
4:25PM High School Musical
6:15PM Camp Rock
8:00PM Descendants
10:05PM Teen Beach Movie
11:55PM Cadet Kelly
1:50AM The Cheetah Girls
3:35AM Johnny Tsunami

Camp Rock DCOM

After Memorial Day Weekend, Disney Channel will air two more DCOMs each night. Here’s the schedule so far (again, set your DVRs because these air late!)

Wednesday, June 1
12:00AM Return to Halloweentown
1:40AM Can of Worms

Thursday, June 2
12:00AM Going to the Mat
1:40AM Miracle in Lane 2

Friday, June 3
12:00AM The Suite Life Movie
1:40AM Ring of Endless Light

Saturday, June 4
12:00AM Invisible Sister
1:40AM Now You See It…

Sunday, June 5
12:00AM Girl vs. Monster
1:40AM Phantom of Megaplex

Monday, June 6
12:00AM Tru Confessions
1:40AM Tiger Cruise

Tuesday, June 7
12:00AM Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire
1:40AM Under Wraps

Wednesday, June 8
12:00AM Den Brother
1:40AM Go Figure

Thursday, June 9
12:00AM Avalon High
1:40AM Jett Jackson: The Movie

Friday, June 10 and beyond
As of right now Disney Channel hasn’t released the schedule beyond June 10.

Which DCOMs do you plan to watch during the Disney Channel Marathon?

Related: The best DCOMs on Netflix

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Next week we’ll be launching a fun new game here on Hypable where we’ll seek your help in ranking every single DCOM in the history of DCOMs. It’s probably a good idea to watch as many of these as possible so you can brush up on your knowledge base and rank them accurately!