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'Ahs: Freak Show' Exclusive: Watch Evan Peters perform Nirvana's 'Come As You Are'

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Last night was a wild American Horror Story: Freak Show, to say the least. Not only did we witness the death of—Spoiler Alert—tiny Ma Petite, but we were also treated to Freak Show's latest musical number: Evan Peters' Jimmy Darling tried his hand at singing Nirvana's "Come As You Are." Elsa (Jessica Lange) wasn't too impressed...but we were. EW has the exclusive performance from last night's Freak Show below. »


- Tim Stack

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'Sons of Anarchy' star Jimmy Smits talks Nero's heartbreaking scenes

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Sons of Anarchy's Nov. 18 episode, "Suits of Woe," will go down as one of the series' finest thanks in part to the performance delivered by Jimmy Smits (Nero): First, audiences watched Nero's face as Jax (Charlie Hunnam) told him over the phone that he's learned Gemma (Katey Sagal) killed Tara. (As episode director Peter Weller told EW, "Kurt said as a tone note that he would rarely give an actor a beat where we don’t hear what he’s hearing, so it’s all played on his face, but he would definitely give that to Jimmy Smits because Jimmy Smits is unbelievable. »


- Mandi Bierly

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Jeremy from 'Survivor' thought Natalie was the one that flipped on him

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Jeremy was shocked when he found out he was blindsided on Survivor: San Juan del Sur. But he was even more shocked when he found out much later who had voted him out. Jeremy called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) this morning and revealed that he actually thought his closest alliance partner, Natalie, was the one who flipped and wrote his name down. You can now get the whole scoop from the latest castaway to be eliminated right here on the InsideTV Podcast. Jeremy also reveals whom he was planning to bring to the final 3, has some harsh »


- Dalton Ross

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James Franco, Martin Freeman, and Amy Adams to close out 'SNL' year

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James Franco, Martin Freeman, and Amy Adams will be the final three Saturday Night Live hosts of the year, NBC announced Thursday. Franco will host the Dec. 6 show with Nicki Minaj as musical guest. The following week, Hobbit and Sherlock star Freeman will be accompanied by Charli Xcx. Adams will host the final show before Christmas Dec. 20 with musical guest One Direction, so look out for screaming teens around 30 Rock that week. »


- Esther Zuckerman

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'Gotham' showrunner: Killing iconic characters not entirely off the table

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Could Gotham break from the Batman canon and kill off one of its iconic characters? It's not impossible. Showrunner Bruno Heller reveals that while he's very reluctant to lose any cast member, his plan is to establish the Fox prequel series as firmly part of the Batman canon, and then start "messing with people's minds" in unexpected ways. Heller (Rome, The Mentalist) spoke to EW about how his break-out series has evolved from its earliest episodes, his reasoning behind the show's villain strategy, and whether canonical characters are truly safe. (A few quotes from this interview appeared in previous stories this week, »


- James Hibberd

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VH1's 'Hindsight' brings it back to the '90s

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The '90s might be over, but they live on in VH1's upcoming Hindsight. The series, which premieres on Jan. 7, 2015, follows Becca (Laura Ramsey), a thirtysomething who's about to get married for the second time—until she wakes up on her first wedding day, in 1995. Below, watch an exclusive first-look video full of '90s references; think Say Anything, Walkman music players, and Ace of Base's "I Saw the Sign." »


- Ariana Bacle

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Nina Garcia guest judges on 'Project Runway All Stars'

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Guest judges come and go on Project Runway, but's no one who feels more comfortable in the seat than this week's All Star guest judge: Nina Garcia. She brings her fashion industry knowledge as well as her years of Project Runway judgeship experience to critique the all stars' looks. This week's challenge requires the designers to create a look that embodies their past, present, and future loves. And love is not what the judges had for Kate Pankoke's dress. As expected, Nina did not go easy on the critique, but Kate—this being her third time on the show—proves hard to knock down. »


- Dalene Rovenstine

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Larry Wilmore's Comedy Central show has a new name: 'The Nightly Show'

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Larry Wilmore's upcoming Comedy Central show has a new name, and it rings a bell for fans of the network's late-night offerings. The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore will premiere on the network Jan. 19, taking the spot vacated by The Colbert Report, which ends its run on Dec. 18. In an interview with The New York Times, Wilmore, a former Daily Show correspondent, said they decided to toss The Minority Report moniker because "the last thing you want is brand confusion." "It was never intended to be a show only about minorities," he told The Times. "It’s a show about underdogs, »


- Emily Blake

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Hugh Laurie heading to 'Veep'

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Hugh Laurie is White House bound. The British actor, best known for his two-time, Golden Globe-winning turn as the title character on House, is joining Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Veep, EW has confirmed. The HBO political comedy left off with vice president Selina Meyer (Louis-Dreyfus) ascending to the oval office when Potus resigned to take care of his wife. The show is now heading into its fourth season. Details are unknown about Laurie's role at this time, but with Meyer in charge, at least for the time being, someone might fill the role of vice president. Something to consider »


- C. Molly Smith

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Netflix orders fourth season of 'Longmire'

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Another fallen show has found new life on Netflix: Longmire, which was canceled by A&E in August after three seasons, will premiere 10 new episodes on Netflix in 2015 (in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand only). Per Netflix, season 4 will pick up moments after the season 3 finale ended, revealing the fate of Branch Connally (Bailey Chase) after a gun was fired—and following Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) on his mission to kill his wife's murderer. Katee Sackhoff and Lou Diamond Phillips also star. »


- Mandi Bierly

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'Cosby Show' repeats pulled

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Bill Cosby is continuing to move off TV's entertainment schedule and into its news programs. Basic cable network TV Land has now yanked all syndicated repeats of his iconic NBC series The Cosby Show, a spokesperson for the channel confirmed. The move follows NBC canceling the development of a new prime-time sitcom starring the actor-comedian, and Netflix postponing the debut of its Bill Cosby 77 stand-up special. Cosby faces mounting rape allegations from several women, including from when he worked on The Cosby Show, which ran from 1984 to 1992 on NBC. On Tuesday, former supermodel Janice Dickinson became the latest to accuse Cosby of sex abuse. »


- James Hibberd

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First look image at BBC America's 'Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell'

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BBC America released a first look image for Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, a seven-part original drama series based on the bestselling novel by British author Susanna Clarke, premiering in 2015. The series, set in a reimagined 19th century England, was adapted to the screen by Peter Harness (Wallander, Is Anybody There?) and directed by Toby Haynes (Dr. Who). It stars Eddie Marsan (Ray DonovanThe World's End) as Jonathan Strange and Bertie Carvel (Les Misérables, Matilda) as Mr Norrell. The Hugo Award-winning novel, named Time's Novel of the Year when it was published in 2004, offers a fantastical alternate history of England »


- Carolyn Todd

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Bill Cosby sitcom dumped by NBC

19 November 2014 10:31 AM, PST

NBC has halted development on its Bill Cosby sitcom. In the wake of mounting rape allegations against the legendary comedian, the broadcaster has shelved its plan to return The Cosby Show star to primetime. The move follows Netflix "postponing" its plan to stream a Cosby stand-up special next week. NBC first announced an untitled family sitcom starring Cosby last January, with a pilot to be written by former Glee star Mike O’Malley and sitcom veteran Mike Sikowitz. The show was still in early development, but NBC intended to potentially debut a series next fall. Despite the traditional media and social media tempest, »


- James Hibberd

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'Ahs: Freak Show' First Look: See Evan Peters singing Nirvana's 'Come As You Are'

19 November 2014 10:12 AM, PST

Some of American Horror Story: Freak Show's most talked-about moments this season have been the Baz Luhrmann-esque musical numbers, like Jessica Lange's cover of David Bowie's "Life on Mars" or Sarah Paulson's version of Fiona Apple's "Criminal." Another major modern artist is covered in tonight's installment of AhsEvan Peters, who plays Jimmy Darling, croons Nirvana's classic "Come As You Are." It's part of a crucial episode for Jimmy (and for Peters, who's excellent) as well as Michael Chiklis' Dell Toledo. And there's more music to come: Kathy Bates—yes Kathy Bates »


- Tim Stack

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'Gotham' scoop: No Harley Quinn this season, but expect 'prenatal Robin'

19 November 2014 7:53 AM, PST

Gotham iconic character update: Showrunner Bruno Heller reveals that fans can expect a "prenatal Robin" on the Fox drama series, while rumors of Harley Quinn making an appearance this season are unfounded. "We’re going to do a prenatal origin story for Robin down the line," Heller tells EW. Since Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) is still a young teenager on the series, his youthful eventual partner Robin hasn't even been born yet. But that doesn't mean there isn't a way to tell a story that touches on his character. "There are no MRIs involved," Heller assures. "There’s an episode »


- James Hibberd

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Cecily Strong to host 2015 White House Correspondents' Dinner

19 November 2014 7:05 AM, PST

The White House Correspondents' Association announced today that Cecily Strong will be the entertainer at next year's White House Correspondent's dinner. Strong will probably have a leg up on cracking wise on journalists: According to the White House Correspondents' Association press release, Strong's father, Bill Strong, served as Associated Press Bureau chief in the Illinois Statehouse. "Her political humor is sly and edgy, and it comes with a Chicago accent. Cecily grew up in suburban Oak Park, Ill. and got her start in Chicago's comedy scene with stints at iO and Second City," said Whca President Christi Parsons, in a statement. »


- Teresa Jue

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'Sons of Anarchy': Inside those emotional Jax, Juice, Nero scenes

19 November 2014 5:16 AM, PST

Spoiler alert: All was revealed in the Nov. 18 episode of Sons of Anarchy, "Suits of Woe," which included three of the series' finest scenes: Juice (Theo Rossi) told Jax (Charlie Hunnam) the truth about Tara's death; Jax broke the news to Nero (Jimmy Smits) over the phone as Gemma (Katey Sagal) stood by; and Jax later leaned on Nero as he struggled to understand both how his mother could kill Tara and how he could still love her. Peter Weller, who directed the episode—and whose character, Barosky, was also revealed as the rat—spoke to EW about shooting those »


- Mandi Bierly

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'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' bosses answer burning questions

18 November 2014 10:00 PM, PST

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Tuesday’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Blame Hydra if you get spoiled. For those having a tough time keeping up: The mysterious alien symbols that plagued Coulson were actually the blueprints to a city. And in this week’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., we found out that if you bring the Obelisk to the city, bad things will happen at a temple. »


- Natalie Abrams

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'The Following' casts 'Almost Human' star as new big bad

18 November 2014 3:30 PM, PST

Meet The Following's "new face of evil." Michael Ealy (Almost Human, The Good Wife) has been cast as as the new big bad in season three of the horror thriller. He'll play "a brilliant, chameleon-like killer who will push Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) to the brink." Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) was the show's main antagonist for the first two seasons, but the character was arrested in the season two finale. The Following will re-join Fox's lineup next year, likely in January. »


- James Hibberd

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Watch Jess and her new man 'embrace the intimacy' on 'New Girl'

18 November 2014 2:14 PM, PST

Imagine your perfect romantic match. Imagine that personal enfolding you in a warm, comforting embrace. Now imagine that you're expressly forbidden to enjoy that embrace—because you're their boss. That's exactly what Jess (Zooey Deschanel) faces on the next episode of New Girl. After she's shipped off to a teachers' retreat with new hire Ryan Geauxinue (Julian Morris)—and yes, that name is pronounced Goes-in-you—Jess encounters a number of temptations as the retreat's instructor (guest star Lisa Bonet) thrusts the coworkers into a number of situations where they must "embrace the intimacy." But how exactly does Jess end up in Ryan's arms? »


- Lanford Beard

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