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Cameron Diaz Hosts SNL: Watch Video of the Best and Worst Sketches
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When a long-time A-lister with proven comedic chops like Cameron Diaz hits Studio 8H to host Saturday Night Live, expectations tend to be high. But would the Annie star’s wacky charm spin her first official hosting stint since 2005 — she’s done numerous guest spots, it must be noted — into comedy gold?
Despite a promising but eventually flat “Schoolhouse Rock”-themed cold open (highlighted by Jay Pharoah’s President Obama repeatedly throwing Kenan Thompson’s “Bill” down the Capital Hill steps) and Diaz’s less-than-stellar audience Q&A as opening monologue (“Is Shrek just as grumpy in real life?”), the »
Report: X Factor May Return to Fox
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Is Fox looking to reunite with its X?
Cowell, who created the singing competition and is now a judge on its British version, would leave that post in order to return to the United States, the British publication Mirror reports.
Representatives from the network have not commented on the report. X Factor‘s Season 3 finale was watched by only 6.2 million people — and scored a 1.7 demo rating — marking year-to-year declines of 36 and 45 percent.
The series’ American »
Ratings: Constantine and Shark Tank Rise, H50 Hits Season Highs
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Hawaii Five-0‘s wedding was well-attended on Friday night, drawing 10 million total viewers — the CBS drama’s largest crowd since March — to go with a 1.3 rating, up a tenth week-to-week to match its season high.
Elsewhere on the Eye, Amazing Race (6.1 mil/1.2) and Blue Bloods (11.5 mil/1.3) were both flat.
Over on NBC, Grimm (5.4 mil/1.3) ticked up a tenth while Constantine (3.5 mil/1.1) surged 38 percent to a best-since-premiere demo rating.
ABC’s Last Man Standing (7.1 mil/1.3) dropped two tenths and Cristela (5.3 mil/1.0) ticked down a tenth, while Shark Tank (7.8 mil/2.0) rose two tenths.
The CW’s Whose Line (1.65 mil/0.5) and Top Model (1.2 mil/0.4) were flat. »
Htgawm Post Mortem: Ep Talks 'Murder Night' Aftermath — 'You Should Be Worried About Everyone'
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Necessity may be the mother of invention, but a desire to keep ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder fresh and exciting will lead to the show’s reinvention when it returns from its holiday break on Jan. 29 (10/9c), says creator and executive producer Peter Nowalk.
Indeed, with the “Who Killed Sam?” mystery — though not its inevitable fallout — wrapped up in last Thursday’s Winter Finale, the flipping coin/twirling cheerleader/flash-forward construct that defined the freshman smash’s first nine episodes will be put to rest. [If you need a refresher on what went down in the hour, read our full episode recap here.]
“We talked about [continuing the flash-forwards], but they just felt gimmicky. You never want to »
TVLine's Performer of the Week: Charlie Hunnam
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A weekly feature in which we spotlight shining stars
The Performer | Charlie Hunnam
The Show | Sons of Anarchy
The Episode | “Suits of Woe”
The Airdate | November 18, 2014
The Performance | Ever since Sons of Anarchy first revved its engines for the series’ final ride, we’ve anxiously awaited the crucial moment when Jax would learn the identity of Tara’s true killer. We knew that moment wouldn’t come until late in the season — Episode 10, to be exact — and we knew that Jax would likely come undone as soon as he discovered his own mother murdered the love of his life.
What we couldn’t anticipate, »
Hell on Wheels Sneak Peek: Cullen Plots His Escape in Season Finale
22 November 2014 7:00 AM, PST
It’s been a rough season for Hell on Wheels‘ Cullen, and it looks like he may have finally reached his breaking point.
Related Hell on Wheels Renewed for Fifth, Final Season
TVLine has an exclusive first look at the AMC drama’s Season 4 finale (Saturday, 9/8c) in which Doc tries to persuade Cullen not to take off, though it doesn’t look like Cullen’s in the mood for debate.
Hit Play on the preview clip above, then drop a comment below: How do you hope Season 4 ends tonight?
Related storiesBetter Call Saul Gets Two-Night February Premiere on AMC »
Homeland Enlists Broadway Vet Victoria Clark to Play Key Character
21 November 2014 7:02 PM, PST
Homeland‘s newest addition has a surprising connection to one of the drama’s leading players.
Related Exclusive Homeland Sneak Peek: Saul’s Nightmare Worsens — Can Carrie Save the Day?
Broadway veteran Victoria Clark — who most recently starred as Cinderella‘s Fairy Godmother — will play Carrie’s mom in an upcoming episode of the Showtime series, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Your thoughts on Clark’s casting? Any idea why Carrie’s mom might be re-entering her life? Drop a comment with your theories below.
Marry Me Promotes Dan Bucatinsky
21 November 2014 3:29 PM, PST
Marry Me is making a serious commitment to one of its stars.
The freshman series recently received an order for five more episodes, bringing its Season 1 episode count to 18.
Are you excited to see more of Kevin 2 in the near future? Tell us in the comments!
Tina Fey's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Series Moves From NBC to Netflix
21 November 2014 3:27 PM, PST
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is breaking free of NBC.
The series — which Netflix picked up for two seasons — centers on a woman (played by The Office‘s Kemper) who escapes from a doomsday cult and starts life over in New York. She quickly finds a new job (working for 30 Rock‘s Jane Krakowski) and a new roommate (30 Rock‘s Tituss Burgess).
Netflix will debut the show exclusively in March »
MTV's Eye Candy: Victoria Justice's Stalker Speaks in First Official Teaser
21 November 2014 2:45 PM, PST
Related Happyland Post Mortem: Ep Explains Lucy’s Season Finale Betrayal
Creeped out yet? No? Maybe you will be after this quote:
“I know sharing makes you feel alive, which is funny, because you don’t know it yet, but you’re already dead.”
There we go.
Premiering Monday, Jan. 12, at 10/9c, the 10-episode series follows a New York City computer genius named Lindy (Justice) who discovers that one »
Sleepy Hollow Fall Finale Photos: Abbie, Ichabod & the Gang Prep for War
21 November 2014 1:42 PM, PST
War is hell, but these photos of the reunited Sleepy Hollow crew might just be heaven.
Not much intel is available re: the Fox series’ fall finale, but TVLine has been privy to some key, super-secret plot details — and trust us, they’re good.
So until the episode, titled “The Akeda,” airs — Monday, Dec. 1 at 9/8c — keep yourself busy by studying these shots from the hour for clues. While you’re at it, you might want to celebrate: Irving back and in full effect! Katrina sporting a weapon! Big, bad Moloch and his big, bad head! Ichabbie on a motorcycle! »
Glee Wedding Scoop: Which Two Couples Are Saying 'I Do' in Season 6?
21 November 2014 1:23 PM, PST
Naya Rivera on Friday posted a picture of a wedding veil on Instagram, teasing an “exciting day on the set of Glee,” but TVLine has learned exclusively that Santana and (presumably) Brittany won’t be the only gleeks tying the knot in the Fox comedy’s final season.
TVLine Items: Happyish Ellen Barkin, Revenge and Mentalist News & More
21 November 2014 1:21 PM, PST
The project — which went from series order back to the pilot stage after its original leading man, Philip Seymour Hoffman, passed away — is a described as “a comedic, soul-searching examination of our pursuit of happiness, a pursuit that might just be the very thing causing our unhappiness in the first place.”
Barkin will guest-star in the pilot as a headhunter who works closely with Coogan’s character.
Ready for »
Adam Pally Poised to Exit Mindy Project
21 November 2014 12:58 PM, PST
Shulman & Associates is undergoing another staffing change.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Adam Pally‘s run as a Mindy Project series regular will come to an end in early 2015.
I’m told Pally’s pact with the Fox comedy was always set to expire with this season’s 13th episode. He joined the show as Dr. Peter Prentice at the start of Season 2 and was quickly upgraded to a regular. Pally is expected to make occasional guest appearances as his schedule permits.
The Queen Latifah Show Cancelled; Host Thanks Fans on Facebook
21 November 2014 12:33 PM, PST
Queen Latifah‘s reign over daytime television has come to an abrupt end.
Related 2015 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
The host of The Queen Latifah Show posted a message to her Facebook page Friday, confirming that her syndicated talk show — currently in its second season — will not be continuing. The note, addressed both to fans and to herself, reads as follows:
Production on Season 2 is coming to an immediate halt, according to TMZ.
Are you sad to see The Queen Latifah Show go, or was it never really on your radar? »
Bob's Burgers' Thanksgiving Video: Terrorist Turkeys Best the Belchers
21 November 2014 11:32 AM, PST
What a clustercluck.
Bob’s Burgers celebrates Thanksgiving a little early this year, with an episode that finds Linda and the Belcher kids at the mercy of crazed turkeys — and we’ve got your exclusive sneak peek.
As you’ll see in the video below, the Wonder Wharf Thanksgiving fun run devolves into a nightmare when a rafter of turkeys feather their terror all over town. The belligerent birds somehow knock out Linda and trap Tina, Louise and Gene on a carnival ride.
Where’s Bob, you ask? At home, protesting the whole thing and feeling pretty good about it. »
Did Htgawm Not Unmask Lila's Killer? Is Jane Moving Too Fast? Did S.H.I.E.L.D. Dupe Us? Where's Ruby? And More Qs
21 November 2014 11:25 AM, PST
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Walking Dead, Jane the Virgin, Chicago Fire and How to Get Away With Murder!
1 | Has the absence of Once Upon a Time’s Ruby ever been more glaring than when Mary Margaret, David et al were tracking Emma? Is the mighty Sorcerer’s Hat’s “sucking” action not powerful enough to reach past a pair of doors? And what happened to Regina having exactly zero regrets, seeing as this life did bring her Henry? »
Penny Dreadful Season 2: Ethan and Vanessa Cozy Up in First Photo
21 November 2014 10:22 AM, PST
Are Penny Dreadful‘s Ethan and Vanessa out of the woods yet?
Showtime on Friday released the first image from Dreadful‘s upcoming second season — premiering sometime in 2015 — which finds Josh Hartnett‘s character comforting Eva Green‘s against a forest-y backdrop.
The drama’s first season ended with Vanessa facing the possibility of a future as a normal human, and Ethan transforming into a bloodthirsty werewolf — so, really, there’s a lot of comforting needed all around.
NBC's How Murray Saved Christmas Sneak Peek: Has TV's Next Holiday Classic Been Born?
21 November 2014 10:00 AM, PST
What happens when a Simpsons scribe (Mike Reiss) grabs hold of the reins from Santa’s sleigh? Thanks to NBC, we’re about to find out.
How Murray Saved Christmas, premiering Dec. 5 at 8/7c, tells the story of a disgruntled restauranteur (voiced by Jerry Stiller) who reluctantly embraces the Christmas spirit when he’s forced to take over for Santa Claus — and TVLine has an exclusive clip of Murray’s first bumpy ride through the skies.
Related Jim Parsons Starring in NBC’s Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas
Perhaps the journey would go a little more smoothly if Murray bothered »
Constantine Stars Talk Det. Corrigan's Timely Arrival, Manny's Big Boss and Zed's Mysterious Past
21 November 2014 9:36 AM, PST
Det. Jim Corrigan first shows his face in this Friday’s Constantine, but the spectre of his involvement with John’s gang will loom large for episodes to come. (Fans of the DC Comics will see what we did there. Everyone else, well, you’ll get it eventually.)
During the hour, Constantine & Co. travel to New Orleans to investigate a string of crimes. Corrigan (played by Irish actor Emmett Scanlan) is a local cop who witnesses something he can’t believe and eventually, reluctantly accepts help from John, Chas and Zed.
TVLine recently took part in a media tour of »
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