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Geena Davis to star in TNT bounty hunter pilot

17 January 2013 5:35 PM, PST

Geena Davis has landed another TV show: TNT announced today that it has ordered an untitled drama pilot starring the Oscar winner (The Accidental Tourist) as an unorthodox bail bondswoman. Inspired by the true story of Mackenzie Green, the show chronicles the tales of a bounty hunter who relies on unconventional methods to get the job done.

Davis headlined two short-lived ABC series, the 2005-2006 drama Commander In Chief as well as 2000-2001 comedy The Geena Davis Show. She also starred last year in the A&E miniseries Coma.

The bounty hunter pilot will be executive produced and directed by Dean Devlin, »


- Dan Snierson

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'American Horror Story': Six teases about next week's epic season finale

17 January 2013 5:30 PM, PST

[Spoiler Alert If You Don't Want Know Details About The Season Finale Of American Horror Story: Asylum]

EW was lucky enough to have screened next week’s season finale of American Horror Story: Asylum and can reveal that it will go down as one of the best episodes of the mini-series’ second run, if not The Best. An epic, cinematic climax that packs a real emotional wallop, “Madness Ends” gives viewers a glimpse at the fates of Ahs: Asylum’s three leads: Lana (Sarah Paulson), Kit (Evan Peters), and Jude (Jessica Lange). All three actors are phenomenal, with Paulson in particular delivering a stellar performance that spans nearly 40 years and truly establishes Lana Winters as the heart of Ahs: Asylum. »


- Tim Stack

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Toni Collette cast in CBS thriller from Jerry Bruckheimer

17 January 2013 5:16 PM, PST

Toni Collette is going from the United States of Tara to the President of the United States.

The Emmy-winning actress has been cast in a CBS drama project Hostages, which just received a pilot greenlight from the network. She’ll star as a successful surgeon living in Washington, D.C. who is selected to operate on the president. She’s then thrust into the middle of a political conspiracy when her family is taken hostage, and it is up to her to save the lives of her husband and children (hmm, The Potus Doctor?).

The Hostages pilot is written, produced »


- James Hibberd

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Rosemarie DeWitt leaving 'The Newsroom'

17 January 2013 4:00 PM, PST

Rosemarie DeWitt is exiting HBO’s The Newsroom.

The United States of Tara and Mad Men actress is leaving the program after shooting only a couple episodes from the Aaron Sorkin cable news drama’s upcoming second season. She will be replaced by another actress and the production plans to re-shoot her character’s scenes. DeWitt was cast in the recurring role of Rebecca Halliday, a litigator who defends Atlantis Cable News in a wrongful termination suit. One source says storyline changes shifted the role’s production timeline and created a conflict for DeWitt (as a recurring character she wasn »


- James Hibberd

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'NCIS' First Look: Young Abby is on the case -- Exclusive Photos

17 January 2013 3:30 PM, PST

Fans of NCIS might have to wait until Jan. 29 for a new episode, but EW won’t make you wait for your first peek at the Abby-centric hour, titled “Hit and Run.”

In the episode, a case comes in to NCIS that “strikes a chord” with Abby (Pauley Perrette), according to executive producer Gary Glasberg, and it “gets her thinking about a situation from her past and gets her questioning some things about who she is and why she’s there and what she does.”

“We’ve done origin stories before — as you know — and it’s always been fun to look back, »


- Sandra Gonzalez

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Heather Locklear joins 'Franklin & Bash' as series regular

17 January 2013 3:30 PM, PST

Franklin & Bash have a new partner.

Heather Locklear is joining the TNT drama as a series regular for the show’s upcoming third season. The sexy TV veteran will play Rachel King, “a stunning trial lawyer, with stiletto heels and clothes tailored within an inch of their life.” King comes on board as a new partner at Jared Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Peter Bash’s (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) law firm, making life more interesting.

Star of Fox’s original Melrose Place, Locklear most recently had an arc on The CW’s reboot of the classic soap and had a few guest »


- James Hibberd

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'Drop Dead Diva' creator Josh Berman on cancellation: 'Don't lose hope'

17 January 2013 3:28 PM, PST

For fans of Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva disappointed with the show’s unexpected cancellation after four seasons, creator Josh Berman has a message for you: “Don’t lose hope,” he tells EW. “Jane Bingum came back from the dead. I think Drop Dead Diva will, too.”

Berman has met with the show’s studio, Sony, which he describes as extremely passionate about the series.”We’ve all been getting calls, both on the creative side and on the business side, from other possible homes,” he says. He wouldn’t say who, but adds, “Everything is in play. There are »


- Mandi Bierly

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'Himym': Barney finds the lost episode of Robin Sparkles -- Photo

17 January 2013 3:20 PM, PST

At long last, we are getting another installment of everyone’s favorite denim jacket-clad teen songstress, Robin Sparkles! The countdown is on to the celeb-filled episode of How I Met Your Mother on Feb. 4. Famous Canadians, including Alan Thicke, Jason Priestley, and Alex Trebek will appear in the episode, as well as Robin Sparkles’ “Sandcastles in the Sand” love interest James Van Der Beek. No word yet on how the cameos will manifest, but below, check out the first image of Robin in her Robin Sparkles finest .

It looks like we’re in for a slightly more mature Robin Sparkles — check out those red heels! »


- Laura Hertzfeld

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Check out Netflix's new 'Arrested Development' easter egg

17 January 2013 2:47 PM, PST

Netflix is getting creative with its advertising for the galactically-anticipated re-debut of Arrested Development. Right now, if you search for something “blue” on the Netflix website — either just typing “blue,” or perhaps specifically looking for something with the word in the title, like Blue Velvet or Return to the Blue Lagoon or Mickey Blue Eyes — you’ll note errant bits of blue paint along the side, along with a telltale blue handprint. Clip on the image below for a look:

If you click on the handprint, the infamous “I just blue myself” scene from Arrested Development will play. No word »


- Darren Franich

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'American Idol' judges feud to intensify

17 January 2013 12:03 PM, PST

If you thought Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj bickered last night, just wait.

The diva combativeness on Fox’s American Idol will intensify during tonight’s second episode. “People said the passion between the two girls was invented,” Fox’s reality chief Mike Darnell tells EW. “It’s obviously real. That’s an interesting dynamic that we haven’t seen on one of these shows before.” In fact, the panel drama “ramps up” for all the judges, he says, not just Carey vs. Minaj. “All I can say is that tonight things get even more interesting.”

Idol viewers will also »


- James Hibberd

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Ousted 'Top Chef' contestant on her shocking elimination

17 January 2013 11:15 AM, PST

Spoiler Alert: Don’t keep reading unless you want to know who was eliminated from Top Chef last night.

Restaurant Wars is one of Top Chef’s signature challenges. It’s been known to topple great chef-testants, but this year’s casualty was especially shocking. No one expected Kristen Kish, the young sous chef from Michigan, to pack her knives and go so early. As the leader of the losing restaurant theme Atelier Kwan, she was the most vulnerable, but you’d think her past wins and status as front-runner to win the whole thing would put her through over Josie Smith-Malave, »


- Stephan Lee

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'Deception' clip: John Larroquette may be up to no good -- Exclusive Video

17 January 2013 10:53 AM, PST

Next Monday, we’ll meet a new character on Deception, played by John Larroquette. In the third episode of the nighttime soap, Joanna (Meagan Good) is still investigating the mysterious death of her childhood best friend, Vivian Bowers. But the Bowers family’s respective stories keep getting more and more tangled. Last week, suspicion turned to Vivian’s creepy older brother, Edward (Tate Donovan).

In the clip below, Joanna and Vivian’s other brother Julian (Wes Brown) are at a convention in the Bahamas where Julian is introducing Bowers Pharmaceuticals new cancer drug, Lyritrol…and then runs into a shady-seeming Sen. »


- Erin Strecker

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'Private Pratice' series finale set diary: Ep and Kate Walsh pay tribute to CharCoop -- Video

17 January 2013 10:30 AM, PST

Late last year, Entertainment Weekly armed Private Practice star KaDee Strickland with a video camera and asked her to film the cast’s final days on set. What she captured will provide the show’s dedicated fans with glimpses at some of the final scenes of the show and candid interviews with cast and crew. Leading up to the show’s series finale on Jan. 22, EW will roll out this footage as part of a special behind-the-scenes series.

Over six seasons, Charlotte and Cooper have been through thick and thin, good times and bad, and everything in between. And this season, »


- Sandra Gonzalez

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'Suits' star Patrick J. Adams talks tension and 'tear up' moments as show returns

17 January 2013 9:26 AM, PST

Tonight, Suits returns to USA (10 p.m. Et) with the first of six new episodes. The last we saw of brilliant-but-fake associate Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), he was grieving the loss of his beloved Grammy, and he’d rallied to help top closer Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) and managing partner Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) oust Daniel Hardman (David Costabile) from the law firm Pearson Hardman. But he was making a string of bad choices in his personal life including smoking pot again, and sleeping with his married ex Tess (Elisabeth Hower). His will-they-or-won’t-they love interest Rachel (Meghan Markle), the firm’s top paralegal, »


- Mandi Bierly

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'Survivor: Caramoan': Returning Favorite Corinne says 'I think I'm amazing'

17 January 2013 9:01 AM, PST

She’s been called one of the show’s biggest villains ever by host Jeff Probst, but Corinne Kaplan did not do anything devious in the game to earn that distinction when she appeared on Survivor: Gabon. She did not backstab or betray anyone in her alliance. What she did do, however, was talk nasty to and about people she did not like, especially her arch nemesis, Sugar. So as Corinne returns to play Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs Favorites, it will be interesting to see if her tribemates respond to her loyalty or recoil from her negativity. (John »


- Dalton Ross

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'Breaking Bad' actress to play Michael J. Fox's wife on NBC

17 January 2013 9:00 AM, PST

Breaking Bad actress Betsy Brandt is coming to NBC.

Brandt will play Michael J. Fox’s wife on his upcoming sitcom. On the as-yet-untitled show, Fox plays Mike Burnaby, a New York City newscaster who goes back to work and has to juggle his family, career and Parkinson’s disease. It marks the five-time Emmy winner’s first TV series starring role since ABC’s Spin City. “Michael came in and pitched us the show, and it’s completely inspired by his life as a father and a husband and a family man who is grappling with [Parkinson's] disease,” NBC entertainment »


- James Hibberd

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'Nashville': Rayna to cross paths with Chris Young and Brantley Gilbert -- Exclusive

17 January 2013 8:49 AM, PST

On next week’s episode of Nashville, Rayna (Connie Britton) and Juliette (Hayden Panettierre) will celebrate the surprise success of their no-good-man anthem “Wrong Song” at a party thrown by their label, Edgehill Records.

While there, Rayna bumps into two real-life country stars, Chris Young and Brantley Gilbert, the latest artists to make cameos on the twangy drama. (See a bigger photo of the stars on set Here) “It was pretty true to life since I’d had a number one and Neon CD release party at the very same location where our scene was shot,” Young tells EW. “And really, »


- Grady Smith

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'American Idol' premiere ratings down: 'NCIS' scored more viewers

17 January 2013 8:12 AM, PST

The only real question was: By how much?

Fox’s American Idol returned Wednesday night to its lowest-rated and least-watched regular-season premiere telecast ever (the first season aired during the summer and generally isn’t counted). Idol delivered 17.9 million viewers and a 6.0 adults 18-49 demo rating. That’s down 19 percent from last year’s opener, which was the previous lowest-ever record-holder.

The numbers also mean last night’s Idol premiere will not be the most-watched entertainment show this week — Tuesday’s NCIS had 22.9 million viewers. This is the first time another series was seen by more viewers than Idol during its regular season premiere week. »


- James Hibberd

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MTV2's 'Guy Code' tackles the gays: 'Everybody's a little bit gay' -- Exclusive Video

17 January 2013 8:00 AM, PST

The third season of MTV2′s Guy Code premiered on Tuesday night to big numbers for the series and network — the episode was the highest rated and most watched original season premiere in the cable network’s history. In case you’re out of the loop: The reality-documentary mash-up show delves into everything surrounding the mythical special code that exists between bros, with input, quips, and jokes from pop culture entertainers, comics, sports folks, and other experts. (Like Best Week Ever but really dude-ed out.)

So what’s coming up on next week’s new installment? Gay stuff — and you know how EW likes that. »


- Tanner Stransky

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'The Bachelor' deleted scene: Sean and Desiree critique terrible art -- Exclusive Video

17 January 2013 6:54 AM, PST

This week, in perhaps the most bizarre dates in Bachelor history, Sean took Desiree the bridal stylist to a fake art gallery as part of an elaborate, but not particularly successful, practical joke. While many of you commenting on my recap wondered if Desiree was in on the joke the whole time, this deleted scene from Monday’s episode indicates — to me at least — that Desiree believed she was in a real art gallery… filled with really terrible art. Click through to watch Sean and Desiree peruse and appraise the awful portraits and sculptures.

To me, the key is in »


- Kristen Baldwin

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