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Did Evil Dead Finale Kick Ash? Was Hotel Showdown a Miss? Do Feminists Like The Bachelor? And More TV Qs

Did Evil Dead Finale Kick Ash? Was Hotel Showdown a Miss? Do Feminists Like The Bachelor? And More TV Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Supergirl, NCIS, American Horror Story and The Daily Show!

1 | Did your old-school Evil Dead freak flag fly high and proud (and bloody) on Saturday, as the Ash vs. Evil Dead season finale closely evoked the early films?

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2 | Did any Galavant fans not familiar with Simon Callow spend an amount of time trying to figure out who
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Cooking Channel Renews Tiffani Thiessen Series For Second Season

Cooking Channel Renews Tiffani Thiessen Series For Second Season
Tiffani Thiessen’s “Dinner at Tiffani’s” will get a second season on Scripps NetworksCooking Channel.

In the series, the actress associated with series including “Beverly Hills 90210,” “White Collar” and “Saved By The Bell” invites friends and former castmates to her house for intimate dinners. The new season will include 16 half-hour long episodes, according to a statement from the network.

Thiessen will try her hand at everything from birthday bashes to farmer’s market inspired meals, to surf and turf dinners throughout the new season, The series is meant to showcase ways viewers can combine culinary skills and ideas for entertaining in order to throw small get-togethers.

Guests who appeared in the previous season included Seth Green, Emily Procter, Jason Priestly and Nathan Fillion.

The second season will appear in 2016.

“Dinner at Tiffani’s” is produced by H2R Productions.
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Review: White Collar the Complete Fourth Season

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USA’s shows make up for small budgets with winning high concepts and appealing casts. Many of their series work entirely because of their superb eye for casting, using familiar faces and strong ensembles. These shows have also worked thanks to adding season-long meta-stories while solving case-of-the-week stories. As a result, the leads are generally put through the wringer, each taking a turn.

In the case of White Collar, the third season ended with Neal Caffrey (Matthew Bomer) on the run with an international manhunt launched to find the felon turned FBI advisor. The fourth season opened over the late summer of 2011, finishing up in the winter of 2012 and is now collected in White Collar the Complete Fourth Season, released this week by 20th Century Home Entertainment. Bookending the sixteen episodes, it’s his FBI handler and now best friend Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) in hot water.

In between, the
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'You're Next' (2013) Movie Review

You're Next is not really all that scary, but where it finds its charm is in the fact it expects and wants you to laugh at and with it. It's a gory little riff on a home invasion story a la The Strangers with a dose of Home Alone and When a Stranger Calls with the familiar, badass female survivor trope at its core. And all of this works in its favor, ultimately delivering a fun, if disposable horror entry worth a matinee ticket. The hard part is getting into the story because this film isn't boasting a wealth of acting talent as director Adam Wingard (V/H/S) does what he can with what he's given, but only his lead actress, Sharni Vinson, comes through unscathed of those that live longer than 20 minutes. The story revolves around the Davison family reunion at a secluded vacation house in the woods
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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Castle, Grey's, Suits, Orphan Black, Pretty Little Liars, NCIS and More

Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Castle, Grey's, Suits, Orphan Black, Pretty Little Liars, NCIS and More
Is Castle prepared for (gulp) complications? Has Orphan Black‘s bad girl truly lost the clone war? Has a Grey’s Anatomy doc’s incendiary affair flamed out? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

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I take any scoop you have for Castle. — M.F.

I give scoop for Castle! In speaking with TVLine about the season-ending proposal, Nathan Fillion said that while he has no idea what’s ahead (and truly, conspiracy theorists, it seems he doesn’t), he “absolutely” is
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'White Collar' Season 4 finale: Somebody goes 'In the Wind'

What a thrilling finale to "White Collar's" fourth season, huh fans?

We have to say -- as much as it was awful that James went on the run again, it did afford Matt Bomer some meaty material to work with. He absolutely killed that last scene in his apartment, which nicely mirrored the scene in the premiere where he got choked up as he welcomed his dad into his life. What a blow for Neal.

And what a blow for Peter. Obviously, we don't think the show is going to send one of its two main characters off to federal prison, but it'll be interesting to see how the show resolves Peter's innocence in Senator Pratt's death. It certainly doesn't look good.

How do you viewers feel about Agent Calloway? We think she's a fun foil for Neal and Peter. Do you think she really was in Pratt's pocket,
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David Caruso's Crimes Against Acting Come to an End in the Final Season of "CSI: Miami"

“I been all over, that could have come from anywhere.” “Yeah, but it’s not a sardine. It’s a garra fish.”

Let’s montage! Yeah!

In CSI: Miami the CSIs are still I-ing CSs as usual. Lt. Horatio Caine (David Caruso) leads the team of incredibly skilled and relevantly-informed investigators. Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter), Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez), Walter Simmons (Omar Miller), Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo), and Natalia Boa Vista (Eva La Rue). They all drive H3s. They all wield guns and microscopes in their quest to figure things out and point guns at people. We’ve got ourselves a body. Make that two. Or even three. Don’t worry, the various perpetrators will be handcuffed and shakily photographed by the end. That is, unless somebody needs saving. I think it’s time for a…

Mon-tage!

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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Once Upon a Time, Grey's, Revolution's Big Switch, Castle and More

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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Once Upon a Time, Grey's, Revolution's Big Switch, Castle and More
Will Once Upon a Time fans see August in September? Who’s the (new) boss on White Collar? Will Grey’s Anatomy‘s April again play doctor with Avery? Read on for answers to those questions plus other teases from hot shows.

Once Upon a Time | I can’t seem to write anything about Once Season 2 without several of you showing up in Comments to ask about August, who in the finale completed his transformation back into wooden Pinocchio. Did he remain petrified? Or did Emma’s lifting of the curse restore him to his warm-blooded glory? I can tell
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Post Mortem: White Collar Boss Talks Neal and Peter's Daddy Issues

Post Mortem: White Collar Boss Talks Neal and Peter's Daddy Issues
Warning: If you have yet to watch Tuesday’s summer finale of White Collar, avert your eyes now. Everyone else, you may proceed…

Tuesday night’s mid-season finale of White Collar finally unmasked Neal’s father, and the mystery man was much closer than the con artist realized. Peter’s discovery that the real Sam had actually passed away a while ago blew Treat Williams’ character’s cover. And when a DNA matched confirmed it, Neal realized he’d been working alongside his pops for a while.

The big twist wasn’t a complete shocker, admits executive producer Jeff Eastin.
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Covert Affairs Post Mortem: Show Bosses on [Spoiler]'s Betrayal and Annie/Auggie's Future

Covert Affairs Post Mortem: Show Bosses on [Spoiler]'s Betrayal and Annie/Auggie's Future
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s episode of Covert Affairs — and beyond. If you have yet to watch, avert your eyes now. Everyone else, you may proceed….

USA Network’s Covert Affairs made an unexpected move in this Tuesday night’s episode, packing a season finale-sized twist into a regular installment. After briefly flirting with the idea of running off to a remote island with fellow spy Simon, Annie and her beau were shot by none other than her mentor, Lena! Annie’s near-fatal wound will send her into a coma in next week’s episode, during which
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White Collar Hot Shots: Alex Returns for a Heist — Will She Steal Neal's Heart Too?

White Collar Hot Shots: Alex Returns for a Heist — Will She Steal Neal's Heart Too?
Neal’s fence pal Alex (guest star Gloria Votsis) returns to USA Network’s White Collar on Sept. 4, and we’ve got a sneak peek of the reunion, which finds the law breakers pinching some priceless artifacts.

Related | White Collar Taps CSI: Miami’s Emily Procter as Peter and Neal’s New Boss

While Peter may not be happy with their scheme — or perhaps they’re helping him with a case? — Neal is pleasantly nostalgic when he sees his old friend.

“There’s a great line where Alex says, ‘Could we have ever just been two people who like each other?
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Exclusive White Collar Video: Neal Cuts a Deal With Treat Williams Behind [Spoiler]'s Back!

Exclusive White Collar Video: Neal Cuts a Deal With Treat Williams Behind [Spoiler]'s Back!
Neal is getting closer to the truth about his dad (and the identity of Ellen’s killer) on White Collar. But as you can see from this exclusive sneak at Tuesday’s episode (USA Network, 9/8c), first he has to convince Treat Williams’ Sam, a former undercover officer, to let him in on his plan to obtain some key evidence. And that will require one very big compromise: The FBI — Peter included — can’t be involved.

Related | White Collar Taps CSI: Miami’s Emily Procter as Peter and Neal’s New Boss

The concession might be worth it in the end because,
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Suits Finale Preview: Can Harvey Save Mike? Will Louis Switch Teams? Is a New Romance Ahead?

Suits Finale Preview: Can Harvey Save Mike? Will Louis Switch Teams? Is a New Romance Ahead?
Tonight’s mid-season finale of Suits (USA Network, 10/9c) could be a piggy bank, it’s so stuffed full of change. The top position at Pearson Hardman is in flux, while Mike’s life is on a new and possibly self-destructive trajectory. Can his mentor Harvey put him back on track?

Below, executive producer Aaron Korsh previews the big vote that will decide the firm’s fate, romances in the office and a Harvey-and-Mike scene unlike any other.

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Tvline | How will the dynamics in the firm shift with the vote?
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"White Collar" mini-cap: “Honor Among Thieves” (4.05)

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So let’s all take a moment of silence while we mourn the loss of the lesbian wedding we were all hoping we would get on White Collar. Ok, moment over. Let’s talk about this week’s episode “Honor Among Thieves.” We got the beautiful Rebecca Mader (Lost) blackmailing Neal into committing a crime, taking Diana out on a date, and kissing Diana. We got layers of betrayal, even for a show based on questions of trust and betrayal, this one was a doozy. We got answers about Diana’s life outside of work and an end for the shegulls nest we might not like.

This week we start with Neal attending the funeral for Ellen Parker, witness protection member and Neal’s last connection to his dirty cop father. Ellen promised to help Neal get more answers about Daddy Dearest. As she lay dying
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CSI: Miami’s Emily Procter is the New White Collar Boss

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After CSI: Miami was canceled, I couldn’t help but wonder what the cast would be doing with all their free time and how long it would take some of them to bounce back and land new acting jobs. It doesn’t surprise me at all Emily Procter would be able to so quickly turn things around for herself – just look at her. She’s a got one hell of a look to her. I believe the proper phrase to describe her would be “hot as all hell.” With looks like that I’m more surprised she wasn’t given her own show to star in. Perhaps in due time. For now she’ll have to settle for doing a couple episodes on USA’s White Collar.

As reported by TV Guide, Procter is joining White Collar as the new head of the New York White Collar Division, Assistant Special Agent in Charge Amanda Callaway.
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'CSI: Miami' star Emily Procter joins 'White Collar'

'CSI: Miami' star Emily Procter joins 'White Collar'
Emily Procter has landed a role on White Collar. The CSI: Miami star will appear in two episodes of the USA drama, TV Guide reports. Procter will play the new head of the White Collar Crime Unit, who will take a hard line with Neal (Matt Bomer) and Peter (Tim DeKay). The 43-year-old actress previously starred as Calleigh Duquesne on CSI: Miami until the show's cancellation earlier this year and appeared on The West (more)
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White Collar Taps CSI: Miami's Emily Procter as Peter and Neal's New Boss

White Collar Taps CSI: Miami's Emily Procter as Peter and Neal's New Boss
White Collar‘s Peter and Neal, meet your new taskmistress.

CSI: Miami alumna Emily Procter is joining the USA Network hit as the New York White Collar Division’s new head, TVGuide.com reports.

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The actress will appear in two Season 4 episodes as Assistant Special Agent in Charge Amanda Callaway, who is described as ambitious and pragmatic. Far from a pushover, she’s brought in to keep partners-in-crime-solving Peter and Neal in line.

Procter starred on CSI: Miami for 10 years before CBS pulled the plug on the procedural this past May. She is also
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Emily Procter to Take Charge on White Collar

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Emily Procter is set to take charge on White Collar.

The actress - who starred for 10 seasons on CSI: Miami as Calleigh Duquesne - will appear on at least two episodes of the USA Network hit in the role of Assistant Special Agent in Charge Amanda Callaway.

The new head of the New York White Collar Division, TV Guide reports she will be brought in to keep an eye on Peter and Neal.

Following a Tuesday off, White Collar returns with a new episode tonight.

Check out four clips from "Honor Among Thieves" and then visit TV Fanatic soon after it concludes for a detailed review.
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CSI: Miami

Network: CBS

Episodes: 232 (hour)

Seasons: 10

TV show dates: September 23, 2002 -- April 8, 2012

Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: David Caruso, Emily Procter, Adam Rodriguez, Khandi Alexander, Rex Linn, Jonathan Togo, Eva La Rue, Boti Bliss, Sofia Milos, Rory Cochrane, Brendan Fehr, Brian Poth, and David Lee Smith.

TV show description:

A team of Miami-Dade Police Department forensic scientists investigate the circumstances behind unusual deaths and crimes.

Lieutenant Horatio Caine (David Caruso) leads the CSI team and is a forensic analyst and former bomb squad officer.

Past and present members of his team include ballistics specialist Calleigh Duquesne (Emily Procter), fingerprint and drug identification expert Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez), medical examiner Dr. Alexx Woods (Khandi Alexander), young officer Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo), Homicide Detective Frank Tripp
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CSI – One Stays One is Cancelled by CBS, No Finale

This is a big day in history for me, so pardon me if I sound a little insensitive and harsh, but CSI: Miami has been canceled after 10 years of being on CBS! I really wish I could say both Miami and CSI: NY were canceled, but at the last minute NY received a renewal, which I guess is okay. In my eyes, NY is definitely the lesser of two evils. Both have been on the bubble when it comes to renewal time for the past couple years; so I’m not surprised Miami had to go. It’s just not that great of CSI show, let alone a regular show. I mean, come on, it receives tons of ridicule online. That’s not a good sign.

related: CSI: Miami Canceled. Called It!

TVLine, like everyone major news outlet, reported the story, but it was EW.com that pointed out Miami
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