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So You Think You Can Dance Recap: The Top 20 Revealed — and Ranked! Plus: Exclusive First-Look Photos

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You can flash your abs and your bad attitude. You can punch a hotel ballroom wall. You can even make Nigel Lythgoe feel like he just got steamrolled by the Hot Tamale Train by surviving to the Green Mile, then giving an “eh, I’m gonna drop out now” shrug of the shoulders.

RelatedEmpire Taps R&B Diva Kelly Rowland to Play Lucious’… Mother?!

But there’s not a single contestant, judge or choreographer who can steal the unique joy of So You Think You Can Dance‘s Top 20 announcement episode. Season 12’s incarnation — which solidified fearsome front-runners on both the Stage and Street sides, »

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Chasing Life Ep on Natalie's Discovery, April's Setback & More Season 2 Scoop

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Chasing Life kicked off its long-awaited second season Monday, and because it’s not enough for April to merely juggle a wedding and a new career — you know, on top of her ongoing cancer battle — the writers also decided to throw the mother father of all curveballs at Ms. Carver.

RelatedPretty Little Liars Exclusive: New Clues About the Girls’ Lives After the Big Time Jump

I’m referring to the final moments of the premiere, in which Natalie stumbled upon a manuscript (“Chasing Life”?!) written by her father. This, of course, came after April learned she isn’t in remission, »

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Blood & Oil Recast: The Following's Adan Canto In — Find Out Who's Out!

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After changing its title more than once, ABC’s Blood & Oil is now tweaking its cast.

Adan Canto, best known for playing Paul Torres on The Following, has joined the network’s upcoming drama (fka Oil fka Boom) in a series-regular role.

RelatedABC Sets Fall Premiere Dates for Grey’s, Scandal, Once and 21 Others, Names Forever‘s Replacement

The series centers on a married couple (played by Gossip Girl‘s Chace Crawford and Red Band Society‘s Rebecca Rittenhouse) who move to North Dakota after the biggest oil discovery in American history. There, they meet a ruthless tycoon (Miami Vice »

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Empire Taps R&B Diva Kelly Rowland to Play Lucious'... Mother?!

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We’re not sure if Empire‘s Lucious Lyon is a child of destiny — but his mother most certainly is.

TVLine has confirmed that sometimes Destiny’s Child diva and erstwhile X Factor judge Kelly Rowland will guest-star as the mother of Terrence Howard’s hard-charging label exec — in flashback, of course. E! Online first reported the news.

RelatedEmpire Season 2: Female Teen Rapper Could Be CEO Jamal’s Next Big Thing

Rowland is the latest in a string of bold-faced names joining the ratings phenomenon’s second season. Last week, Oscar winner Marisa Tomei signed on for a recurring role as Mimi Whiteman, »

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Hannibal Season 4: Amazon, Netflix Don't Bite, But 'Possibilities' Remain

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Neither Amazon — which has exclusive streaming dibs on Hannibal and was thought to be a likely savior — nor Netflix will ride to the dark drama’s rescue and foot the bill for a Season 4.

RelatedHannibal Ep Bryan Fuller Touts ‘Cool’ Season 4 Plan: ‘I Would Love To Do It’

Showrunner Bryan Fuller shared the disheartening news on Monday via Twitter, yet allowed that the studio is “still investigating possibilities” for Hannibal to find a new home:

@MikeBarbre I'M Sorry To Report @amazon And @netflix Have Passed On #Hannibal S4 But We'Re Still Investigating Possibilities

Bryan Fuller (@BryanFuller) July 6, 2015

Hannibal was »

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Amanda Peterson Dead at 43, Starred on 1980s TV Drama Year in the Life

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Amanda Peterson, a TV and film actress best remembered for playing the love interest of Grey’s Anatomy‘s Patrick Dempsey in 1987’s Can’t Buy Me Love, has died at age 43.

Though a cause of death has not been confirmed, Peterson’s family tells TMZ that she recently suffered from several medical issues, including pneumonia, sleep apnea and sinusitis. Her body was discovered on July 5.

Peterson’s most notable television work was as on NBC’s A Year in the Life, which started as a 1986 miniseries before being turned into a drama series the following year; it lasted one season. »

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Masters of Sex Adds Walking Dead's Emily Kinney in Spicy Season 3 Role

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Emily Kinney‘s newest co-stars couldn’t be any less zombified.

RelatedMasters of Sex Season 3 Trailer, Poster Tout Twisty Threesome

The former Walking Dead star will recur in the upcoming third season of Showtime’s Masters of Sex, the network announced Monday. In addition to being Bill and Libby Masters’ former neighbor, Kinney’s Nora will also volunteer to serve as a “sex surrogate” in Masters and Johnson’s ongoing research.

Masters of Sex‘s third season — which features more sexual tension than ever between Michael Sheen, Lizzy Caplan and Caitlin Fitzgerald — premieres Sunday, July 12 at 10/9c.

In addition to The Walking Dead, »

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TVLine Items: Days' Ava Returns, Jeremy Sisto Gets Wicked and More

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One of Salem’s most unpredictable residents is popping back in for a visit.

Tamara Braun, who portrayed Mafia princess Ava Vitali on Days of Our Lives in 2008, will return for the soap’s upcoming 50th anniversary.

RelatedDays of Our LivesJason Cook Returning for 50th Anniversary

According to TVInsider, Braun will make her entrance in the Dec. 9 episode.

The actress, who won a Daytime Emmy Award in 2009 for her portrayal of Ava, has also appeared on the series as Taylor Walker, estranged sister of Nicole Walker.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Suburgatory alum Jeremy Sisto »

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UnReal Renewed for Season 2

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Everlasting will need to find some more bachelors and bachelorettes.

Lifetime has renewed its original drama UnReal for Season 2, the network announced on Monday.

RelatedCable Renewal Scorecard 2015: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

“We couldn’t be more proud to bring back UnReal,” Liz Gateley, Executive Vice President and Head of Programming for Lifetime, said in a statement. “With authentically flawed characters, sharp storytelling and impeccable performances, this show is propelling our brand in a truly exciting direction – an unexpected and bolder Lifetime.  We are thrilled to continue our work with [executive producers] Marti [Noxon] and »

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Supernatural Season 11: The Darkness Invades! — What Happens Next?

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TVLine hits rewind on the TV season’s biggest “What Happens Next” finales, then invites you to predict the cliffhanger outcomes

It’s the end of the world as we know it — again — on Supernatural.

RelatedNCIS Season 13: Gibbs Was Left Bleeding — What Happens Next?

Last season’s finale found the CW series shrouded by Darkness — literally — as the Mark of Cain was removed from Dean’s arm. But without a new host to act as its lock and key, the old evil was unleashed on Earth, the dark and stormy-looking cloud eventually overtaking an immobile Sam and Dean. Now the Winchesters have a new, »

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TNT's Public Morals Trailer: Ed Burns Is a Morally Casual Cop in '60s Drama

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Ed Burns, Michael Rapaport, Neal McDonough, Brian Dennehy, Katrina Bowden and Timothy Hutton are among the familiar faces on display in the extended trailer for Public Morals, TNT’s new period drama premiering Tuesday, Aug. 25.

RelatedTNT Orders Period Cop Drama Penned By and Starring Ed Burns

Set in the 1960s, Public Morals centers on New York City’s Public Morals Division, where cops walk the line between morality and criminality as the temptations that come from dealing with all kinds of vice threaten to get the better of them. The show centers on Terry Muldoon (played by series writer/director »

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The Good Wife Season 7: Makenzie Vega No Longer a Series Regular

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The Good Wife may be lacking a little Grace when it returns this fall.

TVLine has confirmed that Makenzie Vega — who plays the onscreen daughter of Julianna Margulies’ Alicia — is no longer a series regular.

RelatedThe Good Wife: Archie Panjabi Doesn’t Deny Kalinda/Alicia Scene Was Faked

The CBS drama is now down three series regulars as it heads into Season 7. In addition to Vega, Archie Panjabi and Matthew Goode also lost their full-time status at the end of Season 6. However, unlike Panjabi and Goode, Vega will maintain a presence on the show (much the same way »

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Good Wife Retains Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Season 7 Regular — Is He (Finally) the One for Alicia?

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The verdict is in: Alicia will soon be guilty of having her sexual needs met.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan is joining The Good Wife in the series-regular role of Alex, a calm and experienced hourly investigator whom Julianna Margulies’ Alicia hires (presumably) to work at her new firm, CBS confirms.

RelatedJulianna Margulies and Archie Panjabi Did Not Shoot that Good Wife Finale Scene Together – and It’s Not Ok

Although there’s no official confirmation that Alex and Alicia will mix pleasure with business, it’s a logical leap to take — especially in light of Matthew Goode’s departure as »

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Guardians of the Galaxy Series Gets Premiere Date, Explosive New Poster

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Groot news, everybody! Disney Xd on Monday announced that its animated adaptation of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy will officially debut Saturday, Sept. 26 at 9:30/8:30c — but you don’t have to wait that long for your first look.

VideosA Series of Unfortunate Events: Watch (Fake) Teaser for Netflix Adaptation

In addition to a sneak peek of the series premiere airing Saturday, Sept. 5 at 9 pm, the network is also rolling out 10 two-minute shorts which will explore each of the Guardians backstories. Here’s a full schedule of origin short premieres:

* Aug. 1: Star Lord, Part 1 (8: »

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A Series of Unfortunate Events: Watch (Fake) Teaser for Netflix Adaptation

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The interwebs are ablaze with excitement over this beyond-creepy teaser for Netflix’s adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events — if only it were legit.

RelatedWet Hot American Summer: See the Star-Packed (Nsfw) Trailer & Poster

The 35-second video, uploaded to YouTube by user Eleanora Poe — aka the editor-in-chief of The Daily Punctilio, a newspaper in the world of Snicket’s book series — is even more chilling than the 2004 film adaptation of the children’s novels, which starred Jim Carrey as the nefarious Count Olaf.

TVLine has confirmed that the video, though incredibly well-made, is not »

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Nashville's Jonathan Jackson Previews Lucky's 'Whirlwind' Gh Return

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Despite that long up-and-down look Avery gave Juliette in Nashville‘s very first episode — you remember, in the hallway backstage at the Grand Ole Opry? — series star Jonathan Jackson swears he signed onto the country-music drama not knowing he’d wind up in one of its two main couples.

“But another thing is, when you’re in an ensemble cast and it’s a relationship-driven show, if the show’s around a few years, then chances are that the characters are gonna cross paths,” he says. “That’s just kind of how things work.”

Related General Hospital‘s Genie Francis »

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Ratings: USA's Women's World Cup Win Sets Record, Draws 25 Million

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Fox’s coverage of Sunday’s FIFA Women’s World Cup championship soccer match between USA and Japan averaged 25.4 million total viewers (per finals), making it the most-watched soccer match in U.S. history, trouncing the previous high of 18.2 mil (set by USA-Portugal during last year’s World Cup group stage match).

The match-up hit its peak between 8:30 and 8:45 pm, when it had 30.1 million viewers.

The USA’s big win bested the prior high for a women’s soccer match — the 1999 Women’s World Cup Final, which drew 18 mil — by 41 percent, and beat the audience for the 2011 Women »

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Wayward Pines Video: Has the First Generation Suffered a Tragic Loss?

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This Thursday on Wayward Pines (Fox, 9/8c) — in the thriller’s antepenultimate episode, titled “The Friendliest Place on Earth” — Ethan fears for the worst in the wake on an explosive twist.

RelatedWayward Pines Episode 7 Recap: Unsafe Sex

As revisited in the behind-the-scenes featurette above, Ben Burke (played by Charlie Tahan) was the unwitting victim of a bomb crafted by resistance member Harold (Reed Diamond) but intended to detonate at the fence line.

Instead, Ben was felled and found bloody and unconscious after being blasted out of the delivery truck where he and girlfriend Amy (Sarah Jeffery) were… growing closer. »

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Penny Dreadful Season Finale Recap: Blood, Threat and Tears

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As thrilling as the second season finale of Penny Dreadful was — and, between the demon/Vanessa showdown, the Were-Ethan rampage and the Creature’s unique “contract negotiations” with his captors, it was pretty damn thrilling! — we still finished “And They Were Enemies” less excited about this episode than about the seeds planted for Season 3.

What can we expect? Read on. We’ve got a lot of ground to cover.

Soul Survivor | While Evelyn’s visions of Malcolm’s family and Victor’s “children” encouraged their patriarch and father figure, respectively, to kill themselves, the demon — speaking through the witch’s »

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Food Network Star Recap: A Thin Line Between Love and Hate

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“My divorce was way prettier than what’s happening right now.”

The Food Network Star judges are always looking for colorful, spot-on descriptions of what’s on the plate, and dare I say no one nailed that task more accurately this week than Emilia — whose deep discomfort over the vitriol cooked up by reluctant partners Dom and Michelle very much mirrored how I felt watching from the safety of my living-room couch.

PhotosQuotes of the Week From Teen Wolf, Complications, Rookie Blue and More!

And yet while the Staten Island food-truck operator’s domineering sneer and the food-blogging mom’s »

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