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'New Girl' boss teases season full of sex

8 hours ago

New Girl will be hitting the reset button on its fourth season, bringing the show back to basics without the messiness of Nick and Jess’ relationship bogging down the Fox comedy.

Instead, all six of the show’s main characters are now single, providing a new wealth of comedy as they attempt to get back out there with various incoming guest-stars. “If you’re an actor and you want to have sex with one of the New Girl cast members, call Liz Meriwether to figure it out,” the show’s creator jokes of the new season.

But does that mean »


- Natalie Abrams

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'The Blacklist': Your one-minute refresher

9 hours ago

The Blacklist returns for its second season on Monday, Sept. 22 at 10 p.m. But before you dive into more secrets and lies, you should probably catch up on last year’s secrets and lies (pregnancy and all). Here’s a quick one-minute recap of everything you need to know:

If that’s not enough Blacklist for you, here’s our complete recap of last season’s deadly finale. »

- Samantha Highfill

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Original 'Flash' star will reprise her role on the new CW series

9 hours ago

It’s been almost a quarter century since the CBS aired The Flash, a shortlived but fondly-remembered(-by-a-couple-people)(-including-yours-truly) attempt to tell an ongoing superhero saga on the small screen. In recent years, superpowered dramas have become quite common on television–to the point that DC Entertainment has a new Flash show launching this season on the CW, alongside network sibling Arrow and Fox’s Batman-minus-Batman prequel Gotham.

Although the new Flash is constructed as a completely new story about superspeedster Barry Allen, the show will honor the character’s TV past. We already knew that CBS-Flash John Wesley Shipp »


- Darren Franich

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Elijah's on the hunt in the first photos from 'The Originals' season 2

9 hours ago

When we left New Orleans, things were not looking good for the Original family. Not only was Hope gone, but Mikael back was, along with Esther and a mystery son. Plus, Francesca seemed to think she was “running things.” But if season 1 taught us anything, it’s that Klaus isn’t one to lose a fight and not kill somebody because of it.

In the first photos from the season 2 premiere, we get a glimpse at Ester and Finn(?) roaming the town, as well as a look at new hybrid Hayley, who’s hopefully getting a little guidance from the Original Hybrid. »


- Samantha Highfill

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Scott Glenn joins 'Daredevil' cast as Matt Murdock's mentor

10 hours ago

Casting announcements for Marvel’s first foray into Netflix, next year’s Daredevil, continue to roll out one by one. While many of the major players in Hell’s Kitchen have been cast, Marvel today announced who will play an  piece of Matt Murdock’s story: his mentor.

Most recently seen as Kevin Garvey Sr. on HBO’s The Leftovers, Scott Glenn has been cast as Stick, a martial artist who helps guide Murdock as he assumes the Daredevil mantle. Glenn has also been in several dozen films, including The Bourne Ultimatum and Silence of the Lambs.

Stick is a character shrouded in mystery, »


- Jonathon Dornbush

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'Big Bang Theory' star Kaley Cuoco explains why she chopped off her long locks

10 hours ago

By now, fans of The Big Bang Theory have seen the season premiere photos that show Kaley Cuoco’s new ‘do will factor into the storyline on the CBS comedy—that’s right, Penny will be sporting a pixie cut when the show returns. But for those of you wondering why, EW has a new behind-the-scenes video where Cuoco reveals the catalyst for her extreme makeover. Plus: The rest of the cast shares what they’ve been up to all summer:

The Big Bang Theory returns with a one-hour premiere on Monday, Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. on CBS. »


- Natalie Abrams

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Tyler has serious anger issues in first photos from 'Vampire Diaries' season 6

10 hours ago

Here’s what we know about The Vampire Diaries’ sixth season: Elena really misses Damon, Jeremy really misses Bonnie, every supernatural being really misses Mystic Falls, and Stefan has a new bed buddy. Oh, and this might be Alaric’s new love interest.

But in the first photos from the season 6 premiere, titled “Fresh Starts and Second Chances,” the focus is on the boys of Mystic Falls, namely Alaric, who has found himself as both a vampire and a college professor. His first order of business? Stopping Tyler from reliving his mistakes of season 1. Only, instead of using his werewolf »


- Samantha Highfill

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'Helix' season 2 trailer shows a very different series

11 hours ago

Goodbye snow! The first trailer for the second season of Helix shows a radically different setting. Leaving behind the Arctic Biosystems base, this time the Cdc team investigates a deadly outbreak of a new disease on a Windjammer cruise ship. Their investigation leads them to a island inhabited by a cult with the hope of creating a Utopian society (hopefully it’s not the cast of Fox’s Utopia). In addition to star Billy Campbell, this season adds Steven Weber (Wings) as the cult’s charismatic leader and Matt Long (Mad Men) as the Cdc team’s new member. Helix returns in January. »


- James Hibberd

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'Breaking Bad,' 1 year later: Emmy-winning team tells 'Ozymandias' secrets

11 hours ago

With the final four episodes of Breaking Bad looming last fall, Vince Gilligan hinted, “A great many chickens will come home to roost for Walt.” And, sure enough, in “Ozymandias,” the third-to-last episode of AMC’s harrowing, Emmy-winning meth drama, many of said chickens knocked down the front door of his house and made themselves comfortable in his living room.

During that hour of punishing and mesmerizing television, Walt (Bryan Cranston) would lose much of his blood money and most of his family (except for his baby daughter, whom he kidnapped in a moment of desperation), the latter being the »


- Dan Snierson

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David Tennant, Anna Gunn interview on making 'Gracepoint'

11 hours ago

Imagine if a Time Lord and Skyler White teamed to solve a young boy’s murder in a small Northern California town? That’s what it’s like for fans of Doctor Who and Breaking Bad approaching Fox’s Gracepoint, which takes David Tennant and Anna Gunn, beloved for playing for iconic cable TV roles, and puts them into a big broadcast prime-time crime series. For Tennant, the role means embracing the unusual, perhaps unprecedented, step of reprising the same character he played in Broadchuch, the U.K. version of the show (though Fox has added a different ending for Gracepoint). For Gunn, »


- James Hibberd

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Ryan Murphy on 'Ahs: Freak Show': 'This season, once you die, you're dead'

13 hours ago

By now, avid TV watchers know that each season of American Horror Story is an entirely new plot but with much of the same group of actors. Each installment also most importantly stems from the brilliant and imaginative minds of co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. For EW’s Fall TV Preview, on stands now, Murphy offered up some details from the New Orleans set of Ahs’s latest installment, Freak Show—about the titular group of entertainers in 1952 in Jupiter, Florida—which premieres Oct. 8 at 10pm on FX.

EW: Where did this come from? I know it’s something »


- Tim Stack

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'Frozen' hit to be sung on 'Glee' (not 'Once Upon a Time')

13 hours ago

Disney is letting their big hit go—over to Fox. The network confirmed Monday that Lea Michele will sing the Frozen smash “Let It Go” on Glee’s final season.

That’s particularly interesting in the light of Disney-owned ABC rolling out a major Frozen arc for fairy tale hit Once Upon a Time this fall, with live-action versions of Elsa (Georgina Haig) and Anna (Elizabeth Lail) in Storybrooke for the first half of season four. Producers have already ruled out attempting any musical numbers in their Frozen arc.

Of course, since Glee isn’t expected back on the air »


- James Hibberd

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'Breaking Bad,' 1 year later: Emmy-winning team tells 'Ozymandias' secrets

13 hours ago

With the final four episodes of Breaking Bad looming last fall, Vince Gilligan hinted to EW, “A great many chickens will come home to roost for Walt.” And, sure enough, in “Ozymandias,” the third-to-last episode of AMC’s harrowing, Emmy-winning meth drama, many of said chickens knocked down the front door of his house and made themselves comfortable in his living room.

During that hour of punishing and mesmerizing television, Walt (Bryan Cranston) would lose much of his blood money and most of his family (except for his baby daughter, whom he kidnapped in a moment of desperation), the latter »


- Dan Snierson

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Spike TV to air memorial special for fallen 'Cops' crew member

13 hours ago

Cops crew member Bryce Dion died Aug. 26. He was killed by gunfire while filming the police responding to an armed robbery in Omaha, Nebraska. To remember Dion, Spike TV will air a one-hour special featuring the sound mixer’s work, Deadline reports.

Dion is the first crew member to die while filming Cops, a show that’s been on the air since 1989. “We are deeply saddened and shocked by this tragedy and our main concern is helping the family in any way we can,” Langley Productions, the company behind Cops, said in a statement after Dion’s death. “Bryce Dion »


- Ariana Bacle

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Bryan Fuller makes science fiction fun again with 'High Moon'

13 hours ago

Tonight, Americans have the choice between watching Dancing with the StarsMonday Night Football, and … a SyFy movie with gay Russian spies on the moon. Curious? You’re not alone: SyFy executives thought the same thing of Bryan Fuller’s newest creation, High Moon. For four years, Fuller and the channel entered into an on-again, off-again relationship. At first it was a pilot, then a miniseries, then back to a pilot, then back to… you get the idea.

“ecause of how strange the development process was at the network, I don’t think anybody was surprised [that it wasn't made into a series],” Fuller said. “Right before we were ordered, »


- Kathryn Luttner

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'Z Nation' ratings tie 'Walking Dead' (if you move the decimal point)

14 hours ago

Z Nation ratings came in much, much lower than that other zombie drama’s average — as of course you would expect. But how can we compare Syfy’s new walker zombie drama Z Nation to its most obvious inspiration?

Z Nation debuted to 1.6 million for its Friday night premiere, which is fairly low wattage for a Syfy drama series. But Syfy points out this is a record premiere number for an acquired show produced by an outside part (Sharkado production company The Asylum made Z Nation). The network further noted more viewers watched Z Nation than the most recent telecasts of The Leftovers on HBO, »


- James Hibberd

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'A Different World' cast reunites for 'Oprah: Where Are They Now?'

15 hours ago

In 1987, A Different World debuted as simply a Cosby Show spinoff. But by 1991, the show starring Jasmine Guy and Kadeem Hardison had surpassed Cosby in the ratings and earned an EW cover story touting it as “an ensemble comedy about black college life that’s brightly acted, politically and socially attuned, idiosyncratic, and yes, even funny.”

The cast members are reuniting for the Oct. 26 episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now?, which returns with new installments on Oct. 5. Watch a sneak peek below, in which they talk about inspiring a generation to attend college and fondly recall how creator Bill Cosby ends conversations. »


- Mandi Bierly

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'CSI: Cyber' casts Luke Perry

15 hours ago

CSI: Cyber is gathering the best of the ’90s and early 2000s, all in one place.

Fresh off the casting news of Shad Moss (a.k.a. Bow Wow) and James Van Der Beek, EW has confirmed that Luke Perry will be joining the CSI spin-off as former FBI agent Nick Dalton. According to TV Line, Dalton was supposed to be the head of the cyber crime division, a job that subsequently went to the show’s central character, Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette).

The show began as a backdoor pilot in April on the original CSI that focused on Arquette’s Ryan, »


- Teresa Jue

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'Survivor' host Jeff Probst on importing other reality stars

15 hours ago

Something weird happened last year on Survivor. A contestant from another CBS reality show appeared on the program. Previously, CBS had imported stars from Survivor and Big Brother onto The Amazing Race. And it also cast Willie Hantz — brother of Survivor’s Russell and uncle of Survivor’s Brandon — on Big Brother. But Survivor — which is still considered the granddaddy and gold star of reality television, even if it doesn’t have the Emmy awards (or nominations, for that matter) to prove it — had never accepted sloppy seconds from another CBS show.

That all changed when Big Brother 12 champion Hayden Moss »


- Dalton Ross

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'Sons of Anarchy' star Theo Rossi says it's 'total chaos and full survival mode' coming up for Juice

15 hours ago

Ever since he turned on the club back in season 4, Juice Ortiz has been the Sons of Anarchy character you love to hate. Or is it hate to love? Or is it both? Because while Juice is a man that has made some downright terrible decisions as a member of Samcro, he also seems like a good guy deep down. As a result, viewers have been left to alternate between wanting to see Juice pay for his sins (like killing a fellow Son) and hoping he can get a fresh start. Theo Rossi, the man who plays Juice, loves hearing »


- Dalton Ross

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