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'Petals on the Wind' trailer: Thought 'Flowers in the Attic' was nuts? You ain't seen nothing yet -- Exclusive

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A brief, uber-dramatic recap of Flowers in the Attic? Check. A shot of Heather Graham in a gorgeous ball gown, torching her ancestral home with an ornate candelabra? Brother-boning, ballet, and literal petals on literal wind? Check, check, and mate.

In short: Why are you not already watching the very first trailer for Petals on the Wind, Lifetime’s juicy followup to its smash hit Flowers in the Attic adaptation? The film features returning stars Graham, Ellen Burstyn, and Dylan Bruce, as well as Rose McIver and Wyatt Nash in parts originated by Kiernan Shipka and Mason Dye. (The sequel »


- Hillary Busis

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ABC Family orders drama pilot 'Stitchers'

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ABC Family has given a pilot order to the paranormal procedural drama pilot Stitchers. Written by Jeffrey A. Schecter (Overruled!), the drama “follows a young woman recruited into a covert government agency to be “stitched” into the minds of the recently deceased, using their memories to investigate murders and decipher mysteries that otherwise would have gone to the grave.”

The order comes a month after the family cable network axed the drama pilot Alice in Arabia when it received significant backlash from Muslim civil liberties organizations for its plotlines and portrayals of the community.

Stitchers joins previously announced drama pilots Recovery Road, »


- Stephanie Robbins

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Michelle Obama to guest star on 'Nashville'

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Michelle Obama’s about to be all over our TV screens: The First Lady is making a cameo on NBC’s Parks and Recreation for its April 24 finale and now will be guest starring in an upcoming episode of ABC’s Nashville.

In the Nashville episode, Rayna (Connie Britton) turns to her famous friends — including other guest star Kellie Pickler — to help throw a charity concert at Fort Campbell.

The episode airs May 7 at 10 p.m. Et on  ABC. »


- Ariana Bacle

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'Saturday Night Live': Three-hour 40th anniversary special set for next year

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Not Ready for Primetime Players, get ready to be in prime time — in a big way: NBC announced Friday it will air a three-hour special next year in celebration of Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary.

The live special honoring the late-night sketch series will air from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Feb. 15, 2015, and promises to feature past and present cast members, in addition to special and musical guests. The line-up of performers has not been solidified yet, though it’s likely to be impressive, given the mass of comedic talent that has passed through Studio H in Rockefeller Center. »


- Dan Snierson

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'Castle' sneak peek: Lanie heats it up in '70s-themed episode -- Exclusive Video

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EW had your first look at Castle’s ’70s themed episode last week, but wouldn’t you rather see a clip?

In this exclusive sneak peek, Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) have to play along when their sole witness in a case is seemingly trapped in a ’70s frame of mind — and even Lanie (Tamala Jones) gets into the action. 

Her extreme commitment to murder-solving can be seen below. It’s pretty amazing:

Castle‘s blast from the past, titled “That ’70s Show,” airs April 21 at 10 p.m. Et on ABC. »


- Sandra Gonzalez

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'The Office' creator Greg Daniels reflects on finale: How they hid Steve Carell from NBC

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NBC’s The Office was at first viewed with so much skepticism — the Yankee version of Ricky Gervais’ beloved UK cult favorite series. Yet by the second season, the Thursday comedy found its own voice and its quirky ensemble of struggling office drones was embraced by fans and critics. Its docu-style helped launch a TV trend away from studio-based sitcoms and gave NBC a much-needed anchor on TV’s most competitive night. Last year, after nine seasons, The Office closed its doors. Below creator Greg Daniels looks back on the final episode.

Entertainment Weekly: So how did the final season come about? »


- James Hibberd

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'The Normal Heart': HBO releases full trailer for Ryan Murphy adaptation -- Video

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After a series of teaser spots, HBO has finally released a full trailer for May’s highly anticipated adaptation of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart. Directed by Ryan Murphy (Glee, American Horror Story) and starring Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts, Taylor Kitsch, Matt Bomer, and Jim Parsons, the stirring film chronicles the rise of AIDS in the 1980s in New York City.  Watch it below:

The Normal Heart airs May 25 at 9 p.m. on HBO. »


- Tim Stack

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Lara Spencer promoted to 'Good Morning America' co-host

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Good Morning America’s Lara Spencer will now be joining Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos as co-host.

Spencer has been on the show as a lifestyle anchor, a position created just for her, since 2011, but before that, she was a national correspondent for Good Morning America from 1999 to 2003.

This isn’t the only Gma news this week: Live! With Kelly and Michael co-host and former football star Michael Strahan officially announced April 15 that he’ll be joining the hosts a few times a week while still keeping his Live! gig. »


- Ariana Bacle

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'Scandal' star Tony Goldwyn's latest project 'The Divide': Watch the first trailer -- Exclusive

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Scandal might be done for the season, but this summer, Tony Goldwyn will be back on TV in a different way.

In July, the Goldwyn-produced drama The Divide, which he worked on with Richard Lagravenese (Behind the Candelabra), will make its debut on the rebranded WEtv network, and Entertainment Weekly has your first look at the series.

“It’s absolutely insane, but intoxicating as well,” Goldwyn told EW back in late November of juggling writing and producing with his Scandal duties. “It’s incredibly busy doing both, but so incredibly creatively inspiring.”

The drama centers on an Innocence Initiative caseworker (Marin Ireland, »


- Sandra Gonzalez

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'Game of Thrones' Natalie Dormer teases what's next for Margaery

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What’s a riskier move in Westeros than going to a wedding? Marrying Margaery Tyrell, apparently. Her first husband, Renly Baratheon, was killed by a mysterious assassin. Now her second, Joffrey Baratheon, was poisoned in Sunday’s episode at their wedding feast. Last September, we chatted with actress Natalie Dormer on the set of HBO’s Game of Thrones in Croatia in between breaks shooting “The Purple Wedding” about playing the savvy Highgarden double-widow and what comes next.

Entertainment Weekly: So congratulations, this is your big day.

Natalie Dormer: Thank you! Five days in a row, six if you »


- James Hibberd

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Wgn America's 'Manhattan' teaser trailer: 'Secrets destroy everything you love' -- Exclusive

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Wgn America is taking viewers back to another part of history — this time without witches — in Manhattan, an original series about the race to the build the first atomic bomb in Los Alamos, New Mexico. Here’s the show in a nutshell, as summarized in this exclusive teaser: “In war, secrets save lives. At home, secrets destroy everything you love.”

John Benjamin Hickey (The Big C) stars a Frank Winter, a self-destructive professor who is commissioned to help lead the Manhattan Project. Olivia Williams (Dollhouse) plays his wife, Liza Winter, a botanist with a past. Daniel Stern (Home Alone), Ashley Zukerman »


- Stephanie Robbins

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'Scandal' ends biggest season ever with highest finale yet

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Scandal crushed Thursday rivals with its highest-rated season finale. The closer was up 15 percent from last year to draw its second-largest audience of all time — 10.5 million viewers and a 3.4 adults 18-49 rating. Overall this season, the soapy drama was up 43 percent in the demo to post its best season ever, at least in the ratings.

As for the rest of the broadcast lineup … well … not so great. The Community finale was down 23 percent from last season and the Parenthood finale was down 28 percent from last season. And CBS’ one-hour Crazy Ones finale was really soft for a CBS comedy, with »


- James Hibberd

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'Orphan Black': Creators reveal more secrets from the set (like that Delphine was originally a 'kooky Asian scientist')

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How much of that science on Orphan Black is actually real? How long does it take to film a scene with multiple clones? What clones did Tatiana Maslany play in her audition? And which other Ob cast member auditioned for the role of Sarah Manning? In part 2 of our joint conversation leading into the season 2 premiere on April 19, co-creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett chatted about all this and more from their on-set office in Toronto. (Check out part 1 right here.)

Entertainment Weekly: How much do you guys look at what is happening in the world of science and how much do you incorporate that? »


- Dalton Ross

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Jim Rash talks new season of 'The Writer's Room'

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If you’re a TV fan who’s always wanted to peek behind the curtain and see what really goes down when the writers of some of today’s hottest television shows sit down to pen all new episodes, then you definitely don’t want to miss season 2 of Sundance Channel’s The Writer’s Room. EW caught up with the show’s host, actor Jim Rash (Community, The Way Way Back), to talk what fans can expect from this season.

For season 2, The Writer’s Room will get up close and personal with scribes from shows like Scandal, House of Cards, »


- Pamela Gocobachi

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'Idol' Exit Interview: Dexter Roberts is happy to get some sleep

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With the competition getting down to the wire, every American Idol performance counts. Unfortunately for the three finalists from Alabama who joined together for a trio performance, their “Compass” pointed Dexter Roberts and Jessica Meuse to the bottom — with Dexter not getting America’s vote. EW talked to the “lucky man” after his elimination.

Entertainment Weekly: How are you?

Dexter Roberts: I’m great, I’m great — how are you? It’s okay. I get to go home, see my family, friends…and my dogs!

What were you thinking before you final song?

I played the guitar on the song originally, »


- Jake Perlman

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'Parks and Recreation' finale: 'Workaholics' star Blake Anderson to guest -- Exclusive

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Parks and Recreation will unveil its season finale next Thursday, and it will be filled with all sorts of guest stars, from musical (Yo La Tengo, The Decemberists, Letters to Cleo, the returning Jeff Tweedy) to political (First Lady Michelle Obama) to mystery (???). One name you can add to the list from the comedy world: Workaholics star Blake Anderson.

In the hourlong episode, father-to-be Ben (Adam Scott) and Andy (Chris Pratt) visit Grizzle, a Bay Area tech start-up (whose music service, Grizzle Dump, was referenced in April 3′s “Prom”), and Anderson plays one of its founders, Mike Bean. “The only »


- Dan Snierson

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'Southland' one year later: Ep and stars weigh in on the odds of a movie

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One year ago today, viewers watched their final hour of TNT’s Southland. After five seasons of barely surviving (and once getting canceled by NBC), arguably one of the greatest cop shows of all time went out with a literal bang when fan favorite John Cooper was shot. It was the perfect cliffhanger to end the season, but not one that fans wanted to end the series. And the feeling was mutual among Southland’s cast and crew.

Nearly a month later, when news spread that TNT canceled Southland, rumors began about a Southland movie, or at the very least, »


- Samantha Highfill

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Fox dumping Animation Domination from Saturday nights

17 April 2014 2:14 PM, PDT

Animation is ending its domination of Fox’s Saturday nights.

The broadcaster is dumping its experimental animated block. Fox first told its affiliates a couple weeks ago that Animation Domination HD will have its last airing on June 28, according to Broadcasting & Cable and confirmed to EW by Fox.

B&C also reported that affiliates are not sorry to hear the block is going away. In addition to under-performing in the ratings, some stations have apparently received complaints about the risque content of the programming, which targeted young male viewers with Adult Swim-like content. Fox’s popular Sunday version of »


- James Hibberd

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'Parenthood' finale preview: Creator on Haddie's return, renewal chances

17 April 2014 1:39 PM, PDT

Parenthood closes out season 5 Thursday night with an episode that’s sure to be equal parts gut-punch and heartwarming — because, basically, both things are what you get with every episode of the show. In the preview for the finale that aired after last week’s penultimate episode, however, viewers learned there’s going to be at least one big surprise — an appearance from Haddie (Sarah Ramos), who has largely been absent from the main action while off at college and returns home with a female companion.

We called up creator Jason Katims for info on Haddie’s return and what »


- Sandra Gonzalez

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Kobe Bryant documentary a slam dunk for Showtime

17 April 2014 1:28 PM, PDT

As Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant prepares for his much-anticipated return to the NBA next season, Showtime is set to air its original documentary Kobe Bryant’s Muse, an in-depth look into the life, inspirations, and challenges facing the athlete.  The feature-length documentary will air in the fall and is directed by Gotham Chopra (Decoding Deepak, Espn’s upcoming 30 For 30 film, The Little Master). Bryant himself is the executive producer.

Kobe Bryant’s Muse will offer viewers a deep character portrait of a professional athlete who has transcended his sport to become a culture-moving personality,” said Stephen Espinoza, Executive Vice President of Showtime Sports. »


- JoJo Marshall

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