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Damon asks Elena on a date in exclusive 'Vampire Diaries' sneak peek

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With all the drama surrounding Kai, merges, and Bonnie's whereabouts on The Vampire Diaries, Damon and Elena have struggled to find time to rekindle their love. At this point, Elena has finally admitted that she'd like to reconnect with Damon, despite the fact that she previously erased their love from her memory. So now, the former lovers are just looking for the right opportunity, and it might come their way this week. In an exclusive clip from Thursday night's episode, Damon finally puts his foot down and makes official plans to take Elena out to a proper dinner-and-a-movie date. Only »


- Samantha Highfill

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'Empire' is on fire. Should we be sweating burn-out?

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This season, Fox has been trying to field new hits by making shows based on pop culture its adult audience can recognize—from the comic book pulp of Gotham to the Ya tragicomedy of Red Band Society, the next gen House of Backstrom to the next gen Seinfeld of Mulaney. In many of these efforts, we see the Fox-Backstrom Theory of Contemporary Generational Conflict at work: Optimistic, crusading Millennials suffer or revolt against the worldview of those miserable, narcissistic elders. In Gotham, idealistic, reform-minded Jim Gordon and older, cynical, that’s-just-the-way-it-is Harvey Bullock bicker and brood as they vainly try to bring justice to Dystopiatown. »


- Jeff Jensen

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Carson Kressley, Ross Mathews join 'RuPaul's Drag Race' judging table

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RuPaul's Drag Race has announced that the judges' table will be getting two new seats this season—and they'll be occupied by fashion expert Carson Kressley and TV personality Ross Mathews. “I have never been more qualified to do anything in my entire life,” Mathews said in a statement. “As quite possibly the biggest super fan of RuPaul’s Drag Race in the entire galaxy, I take my position as a judge very seriously and will proudly serve as a voice for my fellow super fans—albeit a very high-pitched voice.” »


- Megan Daley

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Daryl, Eugene, and Rosita look super-intense in new 'Walking Dead' photos -- exclusive

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The Walking Dead returns on Sunday, Feb. 8 with its midseason premiere, "What Happened and What’s Going On." Written by Scott M. Gimple and directed by Greg Nicotero, the episode will show us how and where the group picks up after the hospital tragedy that left Beth dead. And to get you ready, we have three new exclusive gallery photos of the cast, starting with Mr. Daryl Dixon himself, Norman Reedus. (Click the magnifying glass icon above to see the full image in all of its high-resolution glory.) »


- Dalton Ross

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'Arrow' star Katie Cassidy on suiting up as Black Canary: 'It's messy'

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The moment Arrow fans have been waiting for finally came to fruition during last week’s episode as Katie Cassidy suited up as the Black Canary. "I can’t tell you how happy it made me," Cassidy gushes to EW. "I remember at the end of season 2, they needed to fit Sara’s jacket on me and I started to cry when I put it on. I’ve been waiting for this for so long. I’m so happy and honored. From Day 1, I knew that eventually that’s where they were planning to go with the character, but I »


- Natalie Abrams

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'The Flash' boss answers burning questions

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The Pied Piper uncovered some new secrets—just not the ones we were hoping for. Though it seemed like the introduction of Hartley Rathaway (Andy Mientus) during Tuesday’s episode of The Flash would lead to Harrison Wells’ (Tom Cavanagh) big yellow secret coming out, the Pied Piper only outed Wells’ decision to launch the particle accelerator despite knowing there was a chance it could explode. Never fear, it sounds like we’ll get more information on the Reverse Flash soon, according to executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, who answered some burning Flash questions following a screening of "The Sound and the Fury »


- Natalie Abrams

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'Walking Dead' actor joins 'Criminal Minds' spinoff

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A familiar face from the current season of The Walking Dead has joined CBS’ new Criminal Minds project. Tyler James Williams, who plays the caring hospital-cult survivor Noah on the AMC hit, has landed a series regular role on the as-yet-untitled Minds implanted spinoff. Williams’ character is described as “sweet and incredibly smart. As the team’s tech analyst, Monty stays at home while the team works abroad. His attention to detail and kind manner are invaluable as he liaises with the families of those in trouble and uses his tech savvy to help the team fill in the holes »


- James Hibberd

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Do you need to watch 'Breaking Bad' before 'Better Call Saul'?

18 hours ago

Those who have watched and loved Breaking Bad are likely plagued with a question going into its origin series, Better Call Saul: Can Saul live up to Vince Gilligan’s magnum opus? In contrast, those who haven't watched Breaking Bad (shame on you) are likely plagued with a question of a very different kind: Do I need to watch Breaking Bad before watching Better Call Saul? The origin series will track debauched criminal lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) in the time prior to establishing his strip-mall law office in Albuquerque. There, he eventually gives legal aid to Breaking Bad »


- C. Molly Smith

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'Americans' producers on Russian spy ring bust: 'They must've been watching the show'

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Life imitates art, which imitates life. On Monday, authorities arrested Evgeny Buryakov, a New York-based employee of a Russian bank who is accused of working for the Svr, Russia’s version of the CIA. Two other accomplices that were part of a Russian spy ring reportedly got away. The news comes just days before FX’s Russian spy drama The Americans returns for its third season. "Truthfully, our first question [after Buryakov’s arrest] was, we wonder if they were watching the show," Americans executive producer Joel Fields tells EW. Adds the show’s creator Joe Weisberg: "They must’ve been watching the show. »


- Natalie Abrams

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Neil Patrick Harris to visit 'Actors Studio' before Academy Awards -- exclusive

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Neil Patrick Harris will be James Lipton's guest on Feb. 12 when Inside the Actors Studio premieres its 21st season. It's fortuitous timing for Bravo, as Harris will be hosting the Academy Awards on Feb. 22. It will be the actor's first solo sit-down on the show, though he did join the cast of How I Met Your Mother on the program last spring. »


- Jeff Labrecque

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Katie Holmes returning to TV with big Showtime role

22 hours ago

Katie Holmes is returning to TV to join the third season of Showtime's Ray Donovan. Marking her first major series commitment since her breakthrough role on teen drama Dawson's Creek, Holmes is set to appear in a season-long arc as a "shrewd and chic businesswoman and the daughter of a billionaire producer (played by another recent major hire for the drama series -- acclaimed actor Ian McShane) who enlists fixer Ray’s (Liev Schreiber) services. Holmes had a small-screen role in the 2011 cable miniseries The Kennedys and is known for film roles like The Ice Storm and Batman Begins. Ray Donovan »


- James Hibberd

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Viewers would rather watch old Super Bowl ads than new dramas

22 hours ago

Okay, this is a tad embarrassing for all involved: CBS' annual special Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials delivered more viewers by far (10.8 million) than any other broadcast show Monday night, and was within a tenth of a point of matching the highest-rated series among the coveted adults 18-49 demographic (with a 2.1 rating). Yup, re-watching old Budweiser and Doritos ads struck more viewers as a fine way to spend the evening than checking out ABC's The Bachelor, Fox's Sleepy Hollow or NBC's State of Affairs. In fact, this was the special's highest ratings since 2010, up 11 percent from last year. It's unclear if »


- James Hibberd

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'Game of Thrones' IMAX ticket sales surprisingly strong -- exclusive

27 January 2015 8:05 AM, PST

The power of Game of Thrones' fandom is impressing the entertainment industry yet again. Sources say advance IMAX ticket sales have been strong for the premium theater chain's highly unusual screening event showcasing two Thrones episodes along with the trailer for the show's upcoming fifth season. Though box office numbers are not yet available, we're told some of the 200 theaters that have booked Thrones have sold out screenings, particularly theaters in larger cities. After an initial burst of fan interest, IMAX insiders expected sales to "hit the wall" and decline—instead, interest has been accelerating. Sources say an average weekend »

- James Hibberd

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'The Flash' boss on Pied Piper intro: He's the 'evil Harry Potter'

26 January 2015 5:28 PM, PST

The Flash is bringing the Pied Piper to life. During Tuesday’s episode, Broadway star Andy Mientus makes his debut as Hartley Rathaway, a former protégée of Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh), who seeks vengeance after being affected by the particle accelerator explosion—he’s created a way to manipulate sound waves. But Rathaway isn’t quite like the metahumans who have sought revenge on Wells after the explosion heard 'round Central City. »


- Natalie Abrams

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Fall TV pilots 2015: The full list

26 January 2015 2:40 PM, PST

You'll never see most of them. But that doesn't mean they don't exist—dozens of first episodes of prospective TV shows, all written, cast, shot and full of hope (and, largely, pretty lousy). Some will end up on the 2015-16 schedule as the shiny new broadcast lineup. Others will vanish into tax write-off infamy. We're still rooting for the big, traditional networks to put their pilots online, like Amazon, so we can properly judge them—rather than trusting network executives and mall focus groups to decide what gets on the air. (That's how we end up with Bad Judge). Until then, »

- James Hibberd and Natalie Abrams

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'X-Men' TV series may come to Fox

26 January 2015 10:52 AM, PST

Could Fox have a Gotham / X-Men block next fall? Perhaps. The network is in early talks to develop an X-Men TV series, but the deal is far from done. EW confirmed that discussions are underway for a small-screen version of the mutant franchise, with THR adding (unconfirmed) that Star Trek 3 writers Patrick McKay and Jd Payne would pen the script and 24 veterans Evan Katzand Manny Coto have been lined up as producers. »


- James Hibberd

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How Amazon plans to conquer Hollywood

26 January 2015 10:30 AM, PST

It's been a game-changing month for Amazon Studios. The online superstore announced plans last week to start producing original movies—not just a few, either, but 12 titles a year, each with a respectable indie budget ranging from $5 million to $25 million. The move came on the heels of Amazon solidifying its reputation as a major force in the TV industry by convincing Woody Allen to make a TV series and picking up two Golden Globes for its transgender dramedy Transparent—including the first-ever win by a streaming company in the best series category. And at least one of Amazon’s new »


- James Hibberd

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'House of Cards' cast talks (and jokes) about what's ahead for season 3

26 January 2015 10:00 AM, PST

House of Cards is a series about secrets. It should come as no surprise, then, that its cast is extremely tight-lipped about the show’s upcoming third season. This SAG Awards weekend, however, a few of the show's actors revealed the slightest hints of what’s to come. “I think that, if it’s possible, the end of  season is even more surprising than the last,” said Mozhan Marnò, who plays hotshot journalist Ayla Sayyad, at Entertainment Weekly’s SAG party Saturday. »


- C. Molly Smith

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David Tennant cast as Marvel villain in Netflix series

26 January 2015 10:00 AM, PST

Another Time Lord is coming to the Marvel universe. The studio has cast David Tennant as the major villain in its upcoming Netflix series A.K.A. Jessica Jones. The Doctor Who and Gracepoint star will play Zebediah Killgrave (also known as The Purple Man). The official series description: "After a tragic ending to her short-lived super hero stint, Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter, ABC's Don't Trust the B--- in Apt. 23) is rebuilding her personal life and career as a detective who gets pulled into cases involving people with extraordinary abilities in New York City. An enigmatic figure from Jessica’s past, Kilgrave »


- James Hibberd

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Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart to lip sync on post-Super Bowl 'Tonight Show'

26 January 2015 9:42 AM, PST

Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart had betterstart watching Emma Stone clips. The comedians, who co-star in the upcoming movie Get Hard, will appear on the post-Super Bowl Tonight Show, and will compete against host Jimmy Fallon in "Lip Sync Battle," NBC announced. The show, housed for Super Bowl purposes at the Orpheum Theater in Phoenix, will also feature Ariana Grande performing with The Roots. »


- Esther Zuckerman

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