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'Comedy Bang! Bang!': Watch what happens when Andy Samberg is asked a terrible question -- Exclusive Video
51 minutes ago
When Comedy Bang! Bang! returns to IFC on July 12, Andy Samberg drops by for a delightful chat with host Scott Aukerman. Well, maybe not so much delightful as… Downright Dangerous! As you will see in the video below, something starts to smell funny when Aukerman asks the former Saturday Night Live star a rather pungent question.
Of course, Samberg, who headlines Fox’s fall comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine, isn’t the only celebrity who will pop up this season on the off-beat series that dares to laugh in the face of the typical late-night talk show. Jessica Alba, Aziz Ansari, Jim Gaffigan, »
- Dan Snierson
Blake Shelton: Danielle Bradbery is the most important artist to walk across the 'Voice' stage
7 hours ago
It was all smiles from Team Blake’s season 4 champion last night at The Voice.
Danielle Bradbery had several dreams come true, winning the competition — and sharing a duet with one of her favorite artists.
“I’ve always wanted to perform with Hunter Hayes and he was so sweet and down to earth, it was just a blast up there with him,” Bradbery told EW after the show.
She said she hopes to work with Shelton on her album, practice her songwriting and take whatever comes at her.
“I definitely would love to have Blake included in everything. The music, »
- Amanda Taylor
'Anger Management': Studio confirms Selma Blair out
15 hours ago
As rumors and gossip continued to swirl about the tension on the Anger Management set between star Charlie Sheen and guest star Selma Blair, Lionsgate released a statement late Tuesday confirming the actress had departed the FX show.
- Sandra Gonzalez
Liv Tyler joins Damon Lindelof's 'The Leftovers' pilot
17 hours ago
Liv Tyler has joined the cast of The Leftovers, Damon Lindelof’s HBO pilot based on Tom Perrotta’s book of the same name. The Lord of the Rings actress will star alongside Justin Theroux, EW has confirmed.
In the post-apocalyptic story, Tyler plays Meg, who is recruited to join a cult following the Rapture, while Theroux is Kevin, a chief of police.
- Katie Atkinson
Betty White wrote a cursive letter to the Internet
18 hours ago
“Who knew at 91 that I would be blessed to work on yet another wonderful and fun sitcom!” White writes. “And boy, do I have a blast. Where else could I get to be a bride, a jailbird, a college freshman, and a fugitive in Amish Country?”
Later she promises, “I can guarantee you there will be no mistakes… that we can’t cover (or have fun trying!) Really what could possibly go wrong! »
- Sarah Caldwell
'Teen Wolf' sneak peek: More will die -- Exclusive Video
22 hours ago
The body count is getting higher each week on MTV’s Teen Wolf, and as the latest promo warns, there’s more to come.
My big question: When are we going to find out who exactly is killing all the virgins in Beacon Hills? The clip below from Monday’s all-new episode, which you are seeing first exclusively on EW.com, hints that we’ll start finding out who’s responsible. Any theories?
Check out the video below:
Teen Wolf airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on MTV.
‘Awkward.’ trailer shows what comes next after — Video
‘Castle,’ ‘Dexter,’ ‘Pretty Little Liars, »
- Sandra Gonzalez
'Ray Donovan' pilot: Watch it online here
22 hours ago
If the boss isn’t looking, you can sit at your desk and watch the entire first episode of Showtime’s upcoming drama series Ray Donovan right here. Liev Schreiber stars as a guy who makes the problems of L.A.’s elite disappear, while Jon Voight plays his devious recently paroled father (Voight introduces the video below and says Showtime’s “Brace Yourself” slogan with just slightly more enthusiasm than if he was at gunpoint). Also: This online version is edited for content, so expect blurred boobies. Ray Donovan premieres after the final season debut of Dexter on June »
- James Hibberd
Espn's 'Nine for IX' starts with Whoopi Goldberg-produced doc -- Exclusive Video
18 June 2013 5:15 AM, PDT
Basketball coach Vivian Stringer is maybe most famous outside the sports world for her role as a spokeswoman during the Don Imus scandal, when the former radio host made racist and sexist remarks about Stringer’s players. But there’s much more to Stringer’s career and life — maybe too much even for Coach, the new Espn documentary about her.
The film kicks off a new series called Nine for IX: Nine documentaries airing over nine weeks for the 40th anniversary of Title IX. We spoke with the doc’s director, Bess Kargman, about working with Stringer — and Coach’s producer, »
- Adam Carlson
John Hurt joins Guillermo del Toro's 'The Strain' pilot
17 June 2013 4:52 PM, PDT
John Hurt has joined the cast of The Strain, the upcoming FX pilot based on the vampire novel trilogy by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. The 73-year-old British actor, who previously worked with del Toro on 2004′s Hellboy, will play holocaust survivor and professor Abraham Setrakian.
“I am incredibly happy to be reunited with John, who is one of the greatest actors in the world and one of my favorite people ever,” del Toro, who is set to direct and co-write the pilot, said in a statement. “Chuck and I always visualized him while writing The Strain novels and »
- Katie Atkinson
'MasterChef' mash-up: 'Glee' invades cooking competition -- Exclusive Photo
17 June 2013 3:59 PM, PDT
To get into the spirit of Wednesday’s mash-up episode — which no doubt came from Mr. Schue writing a single word on the white board and then circling it for effect — the judges of MasterChef (Gordon Ramsay, Graham Elliot and Joe Bastianich) got decked out in their finest McKinley High getups and sidled up to Jane Lynch’s Sue Sylvester in this exclusive photo.
The essential letterman jacket, tracksuit and, of course, a Cheerios uniform look great on these judges, »
- Amanda Taylor
'True Blood' returns with less bite
17 June 2013 12:34 PM, PDT
HBO’s True Blood returned with less bite in the ratings this summer, though competition from the NBA Finals might have been to blame.
The sixth season of the vampire drama debuted to 4.5 million viewers Sunday evening, down 13 percent from last year. But last summer the show wasn’t against ABC’s coverage of the basketball championships.
The premiere number is on par with the third season premiere of HBO’s Game of Thrones, a show that’s frequently stacked against True Blood in ratings comparisons (Blood’s first telecast Sunday was slightly higher than the first airing of Thrones in April, »
- James Hibberd
CBS releases fall premiere dates
17 June 2013 11:07 AM, PDT
While rivals say they plan to spread around their premiere dates next season, CBS is continuing on the traditional path of launching nearly all their shows during the big late September premiere week. As usual, Survivor will debut one week early. The network also announced the February premiere of cyber-cop drama Intelligence starring Josh Holloway.
Here are the dates and be sure to check out our nifty fall schedule chart.
CBS’s 2013-14 Premiere Dates
Wednesday, Sept. 18
8:00-9:30 Pm Survivor (27th edition premiere)
Sunday, Sept. 22
8:00-11:00 Pm, Et/ The 65Th Primetime Emmy® Awards
5:00-8:00 Pm, »
- James Hibberd
Netflix to run original animation series from Dreamworks
17 June 2013 6:58 AM, PDT
Netflix is going to start running original television series from Dreamworks Animation.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
Netflix Inc. says the multi-year agreement is its biggest deal ever for original first-run content and includes more than 300 hours of new programming. It expands on an existing relationship between the companies.
For Dreamworks, the transaction announced Monday is part of a major initiative to expand its television production and distribution worldwide.
Netflix has been adding original programming to its roster of movies, and debuted the original series House of Cards on Feb. 1. It has also increased its focus on children’s programming »
- Associated Press
'Copper': Watch the first three minutes of the season 2 premiere here! -- Exclusive Video
17 June 2013 6:00 AM, PDT
When BBC America’s Copper wrapped up its first season last October, we left Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones) in a pretty dark place. The Civil War-era New York police detective had just suffered betrayals from his wife and his best friend, and the last scene of the finale had Corcoran turning to drugs to deal with his despair.
Copper’s sophomore season picks up four months later, a jump that new showrunner Thomas Kelly decided to take “to get a fresh start but not move ahead too far out so we wouldn’t have any drastic changes to explain. »
- Emily Rome
'Girl Meets World' gets the greenlight from Disney
17 June 2013 5:00 AM, PDT
Girl Meets World is officially a go!
The highly anticipated Boy Meets World spin-off has been picked up to series by the Disney Channel.
Described as “a comedy series for kids,” the show will reunite original cast-members Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel, as on-screen sweethearts Cory and Topanga, and follow their tween daughter Riley, played by Rowan Blanchard.
Fans have been buzzing about the ’90s sitcom reboot since news of the pilot broke late last year, with plenty of speculation about which BMW castmembers would be reprising their roles. So far, that includes William Daniels, who will be returning — at »
- Nuzhat Naoreen
'Falling Skies': Wil Wheaton talks with cast about tonight's episode on '2nd Watch' -- Video
16 June 2013 8:00 PM, PDT
Sci-fi show Falling Skies continued its tale of alien invasion survivors on TNT tonight with an episode that had the show’s heroes suffering some losses and making some discoveries about rebels outside Charleston.
Spoiler Alert: Don’t read on if you do not want to find out what happened in tonight’s episode of Falling Skies, “Badlands.”
There was another casualty in the latest installment of the show: Crazy Lee died after suffering a wound to the head, and she said her emotional goodbyes to Pope and young Matt Mason.
In the newest 2nd Watch, the post-episode talk show for Falling Skies, »
- Emily Rome
Daytime Emmys: Complete Winners List
16 June 2013 7:46 PM, PDT
The Daytime Emmys recognize network and syndicated programming. Game show icons Monty Hall and producer Bob Stewart were also given Lifetime Achievement Awards during the telecast that included a few surprises (Days won the top prize for the first time since 1975, Ricki Lake won for her canceled talker) and some embarrassing flubs (the ladies of The Talk were given the wrong envelope). But presenter Carrie Fisher did talk about dropping acid »
- Lynette Rice