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'Orphan Black' star Tatiana Maslany shares her most memorable day of 2013

27 November 2013 7:00 AM, PST

Seven was a lucky number for Tatiana Maslany this year: She broke out with her mesmerizing performance — well, seven of them, if you count all the clones she has played to date — in BBC America’s conspiracy drama Orphan Black. As a result, EW has named her one of our Entertainers of the Year. We asked the 28-year-old Canadian actress to select her most memorable day from her banner year, and she chose her journey this summer to San Diego for Comic-Con. Maslany being Maslany, she couldn’t just play one role that day, so she took on two: celebrity and fan. »

- Dan Snierson

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'Dancing With the Stars' winners, cast: Best moment of the season? -- Video

27 November 2013 2:06 AM, PST

The coveted mirrorball trophy belongs to just one sparkle-bot now — click here to read our full finale recap and see which one! –  but the entire Dancing With the Stars cast had a chance to relive memories and in some cases redeem themselves in Tuesday’s mini-routines.

After the finale, the cast picked their favorite season 17 moments for EW. Which star loved to cry? Who thrived on the “high” of surviving another week? Who fancies herself a prime candidate for the next All-Stars season? Watch below:

For more Dancing With the Stars, read EW.com’s full finale recap and Tom Bergeron interview! »

- Annie Barrett

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'Doctor Who' screening stuns at Monday box office, No. 2 after 'Catching Fire'

26 November 2013 3:31 PM, PST

The Time Lord has conquered the box office.

A special nationwide 3D screening of the Doctor Who 50th anniversary TV special “Day of the Doctor” grossed a stunning $4.8 million at the U.S. box office.

What makes this particularly impressive: That’s from one night. The 75-minute “Day of the Doctor” screened in 660 theaters as a one-night-only special event Monday and averaged $7,155 per location, with 320,000 tickets sold. Granted, the tix were $15 a pop, so that certainly helped.

In fact, the BBC’s cult favorite show was the No. 2 movie in America on Monday, behind only The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. »

- James Hibberd

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'Breaking Bad' creator: Jesse probably got caught because he forgot this

26 November 2013 2:47 PM, PST

We’d like to think Jesse Pinkman is hanging out in some dive bar in Anchorage enjoying his new life, but if you look at Breaking Bad’s finale honestly and realistically … creator Vince Gilligan notes that probably didn’t actually happen.”My personal feeling is that he got away,” Gilligan said to GQ magazine, echoing what he told us previously. But then Gilligan had to add: “But the most likely thing, as negative as this sounds, is that they’re going to find this kid’s fingerprints all over this lab and they’re going to find him within »

- James Hibberd

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'The Sing-Off' elder statesmen slay One Direction cover -- Exclusive Video

26 November 2013 1:01 PM, PST

Your favorite mom-and-pop a cappella competition show is back in less than two weeks, and it’s time to get ready for the doo-wop.

The Sing-Off’s unique sound is a mix of old and young, classic and new; and this exclusive clip of the premiere episode, airing Dec. 9, is the show at its most endearing. Street Corner Rennaissance, the oldest group in the competition, manages to even out-charm those 1D moppets, putting a soulful spin on One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful” in their debut performance.

Judge Shawn Stockman is so impressed, he’s compelled to get up »

- Jodi Walker

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'Cake Boss' battles bad bakeries in new show

26 November 2013 12:11 PM, PST

Buddy Valastro (Cake Boss) hopes to share his secret of success with the less fortunate bakers of the nation.

In his new unscripted show Bakery Boss that debuts Dec. 2 on TLC, Valastro goes into neighborhood pastry shops to fix what’s broken. The premiere episode will have Valastro going toe-to-toe with a New York cook named Violet who thinks her red velvet is way better than what’s being peddled at the local grocery store. (Hint: homegirl’s got her head in the clouds).

In all, Valastro will wave his magic pixie dust (or should we say confectioners sugar?) over 12 bakeries in Texas, »

- Lynette Rice

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CBS orders Lara Logan, producer to take leave after '60 Minutes' error

26 November 2013 12:04 PM, PST

CBS ordered 60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan and her producer to take a leave of absence Tuesday following a critical internal review of their handling of the show’s October story on the Benghazi raid, based on a report on a supposed witness whose story can’t be verified.

The review, by CBS News executive Al Ortiz and obtained by The Associated Press, said the 60 Minutes team should have done a better job vetting the story that featured a security contractor who said he was at the U.S. mission in Libya the night it was attacked last year. Questions were »

- Associated Press

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Alec Baldwin MSNBC talk show permanently axed

26 November 2013 11:25 AM, PST

Alec Baldwin’s late-night talk show Up Late won’t return to MSNBC in the wake of his recent outbursts.

“We are jointly confirming that Up Late will not continue on MSNBC,” wrote the network and Baldwin’s rep Matthew Hiltzik.

Then MSNBC added, in a rather tough-to-believe statement given the circumstances: “This is a mutual parting and we wish Alec all the best.”

A couple weeks ago, the cable network rather non-mutually pulled Baldwin’s show from its schedule after the actor’s apparent anti-gay slur used against a photographer on a Manhattan street. Afterward, Baldwin went on the offensive, »

- James Hibberd

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'Once Upon a Time' sneak peek: Rumple's prediction -- Exclusive Video

26 November 2013 9:55 AM, PST

As the gang on Once Upon a Time races to stop Pan from gaining full magical powers after coming into possession of the heart of the truest believer, via flashback, this week’s episode will delve into the story of Henry’s adoption. But exactly what led to Regina’s desire for a tiny bundle of her own?

A clue may be in the exclusive sneak peek below from Sunday’s episode, in which the Evil Queen pays Rumple a visit in jail, where he reveals to her a startling fact and prediction.

Check it out:

Once Upon a Time airs Sunday at 8 p. »

- Sandra Gonzalez

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'Doctor Who' ratings break BBC America record

25 November 2013 3:26 PM, PST

How many U.S. viewers tuned in for “Day of the Doctor”?

Enough to break BBC America’s all-time ratings record. A total of 2.4 million viewers watched the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special’s first telecast at 2:50 p.m. Et on Saturday. That total rose to 3.6 million once including the show’s encore. Plus BBC America hosted simulcast screenings in 11 cities. On Twitter, Doctor Who overall generated a total of 1.8 million tweets, beating every show on cable for the week.

The company claims Doctor Who earned a Guinness World Record for the “largest ever simulcast of a TV drama »

- James Hibberd

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Amy Brenneman joins The CW's 'Reign' as Mary's mother

25 November 2013 3:04 PM, PST

It looks like France needs to prepare for a Scottish invasion. Mary’s mother is on her way!

Amy Brenneman took to Twitter to announce that she will be playing Marie de Guise in Reign, the hit CW series. At this point, we don’t know much about Mary Queen of Scot’s mommy dearest, other than the fact that Mary writes to her and/or is “pretending” to write to her in order to fool the Queen of France, a.k.a. the woman desperate to keep Mary from marrying her son.

But there is one thing that’s »

- Samantha Highfill

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First Look: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' celebrates Thanksgiving -- Exclusive Video

25 November 2013 1:18 PM, PST

It’s Thanksgiving time for the dysfunctional good guys at Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and EW has an exclusive clip from Tuesday night’s Turkey Day episode.

In the clip, Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) leaves the refrigerator open, causing all of Terry’s (Terry Crews) lunch that his wife made him to go bad. With a lot of muscle mass to fill, Terry searches for some alternative methods to finding food as Amy’s (Melissa Fumero) plan for a perfect Thanksgiving meal at the precinct doesn’t go quite as planned.

Check out the clip below:

Brooklyn Nine-Nine airs Tuesdays at 8:30 p. »

- Jake Perlman

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'Dancing With the Stars' host Tom Bergeron talks season 17

25 November 2013 1:00 PM, PST

Ahead of Dancing With the Stars’ two-night finale (Monday at 8 p.m. Et, Tuesday at 9 on ABC), host and eternal gem of the ballroom Tom Bergeron spoke to EW about the different feel of season 17, missing Len, welcoming back Maks, and the merits of the Glitter Pit vs. the Celebriquarium (may it rest in peace). You know, important stuff. Keep reading!

Entertainment Weekly: How have you been coping with the new once-a-week format?

Tom Bergeron: It’s been an adjustment. I’ve really enjoyed elements of it and am still a bit uncomfortable with others. The two hours definitely go faster to me. »

- Annie Barrett

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'Dancing With the Stars': Tom Bergeron talks season 17

25 November 2013 1:00 PM, PST

Ahead of Dancing With the Stars’ two-night finale (Monday at 8 p.m. Et, Tuesday at 9 on ABC) host and eternal gem of the ballroom Tom Bergeron spoke to EW about the different feel of season 17, missing Len, welcoming back Maks, and the merits of the Glitter Pit vs. the Celebriquarium (may it rest in peace). You know, important stuff. Keep reading!

How have you been coping with the new once-a-week format?

It’s been an adjustment. I’ve really enjoyed elements of it and am still a bit uncomfortable with others. The two hours definitely go faster to me. Bruno »

- Annie Barrett

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AMC orders post-apocalyptic drama pilot (that sounds like NBC's 'Revolution')

25 November 2013 11:45 AM, PST

First AMC introduced The Walking Dead.

Then NBC launched the somewhat similar Revolution.

Now AMC is doing a new drama pilot that sounds … kinda like Revolution.

The cable network has ordered two new drama pilots, one of which is a post-apocalyptic tale after about society that eschews all forms of technology following a global disaster. The other is the tale of an 18th century surgeon. Check out the official descriptions of Knifeman and Galyntine below, both of which are in contentions for series orders for a 2015 debut:


Galyntine is a wholly-original vision rooted in a both fantasy/action adventure and science-fiction. »

- James Hibberd

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'Justified' star Walton Goggins talks 'Community' guest role -- Exclusive Photos

25 November 2013 11:23 AM, PST

Oh, Boyd! Justified’s Walton Goggins is headed to Greendale! Goggins will guest-star on the Jan. 16 episode of Community as Mr. Stone, an investigator with a connection to Pierce (ex-cast member Chevy Chase) who administers a lie-detector test to the study group. “I come with scathing criticism and an offer that even Boyd Crowder couldn’t refuse,” he says. “It’s really an opportunity for this group of characters that we’ve all grown to love to really look at themselves and to take a moment to reflect on who they are in this world. I don’t think people »

- Dan Snierson

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'Family Guy': Outraged fans plea to revive killed-off character

25 November 2013 11:22 AM, PST

After years of shocking fans with risque humor, Fox’s Family Guy seemingly violated one of the most cardinal rules of screenwriting Sunday night: Never kill a dog.

Fan-favorite talking pooch Brian was run over by a car and “died” last night, sparking fan outrage. One apparent viewer from Alabama has launched a Change.org petition demanding the writers revive the character: “Brian Griffin was an important part of our viewing experience. He added a witty and sophisticated element to the show. Family Guy and Fox Broadcasting will lose viewers if Brian Griffin is not brought back to the show. »

- James Hibberd

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'Boardwalk Empire' post-mortem: Jeffrey Wright says Narcisse suffers 'spiritual assassination'

25 November 2013 10:27 AM, PST

Spoilers for the Boardwalk Empire season finale ahead! With Nucky winding down his operations, Van Alden reclaiming his identity, and Harrow going from living to not living (sad!), the major players of Boardwalk Empire each found themselves undergoing a transformation during the fourth season finale.

Harlem intellectual and “business” man Dr. Valentin Narcisse (Jeffrey Wright) started off the season as the new king in town, chipping away at Chalky White’s control of the predominantly black North Side community in Atlantic City. By season’s end, he may have survived a botched assassination attempt, but according to Wright, he suffers »

- Maricela Gonzalez

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Watch HBO's 'Getting On' pilot online

25 November 2013 10:26 AM, PST

Last night, HBO premiered its latest half-hour comedy Getting On. Starring Niecy Nash, Alex Borstein, and Laurie Metcalf, the show follows the three women through their daily lives working in an extended care unit and caring for the elderly women residing there.

The pilot introduces viewers to Dawn (Borstein), the veteran nurse who’s eager to please Dr. James (Metcalf), and the newbie in the department, Nurse Didi (Nash), who quickly realizes that she’s taken a job where she can expect the unexpected, even when it comes to the chairs in the lobby. It will all make sense when you watch the pilot, »

- Samantha Highfill

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'The Blacklist': Diego Klattenhoff teases new villains, Agent Ressler's next moves

25 November 2013 10:15 AM, PST

[Spoilers ahead!]

The FBI has comfortably depended on Raymond Reddington (James Spader) and his insider intel to hunt down members of the Blacklist so far, but in tonight’s episode, Red becomes the target.

Still, Red won’t be facing his enemies alone, says Diego Klattenhoff, who stars on the show as FBI Agent Donald Ressler. Instead, of all people, Ressler — a.k.a. Red’s favorite punching bag — will be forced to protect the criminal mastermind from a possible assassination attempt.

“We have a great turn of events that end up sticking Ressler and Reddington together for a while,” Klattenhoff tells EW, »

- Shirley Li

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