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Death Comes to Pemberley Sneak Peek: A Murderous Twist on Jane Austen

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If there wasn’t enough bloodshed in Pride and Prejudice for your taste, Death Comes to Pemberley (premiering this Sunday on Masterpiece on PBS) has murder, a hysterical Bennet (played by Doctor Who‘s Jenna Coleman) and Matthew Rhys (The Americans) as the dashing Mr. Darcy.

Adapted from P.D. James’ novel, the miniseries picks up after the events of the Jane Austen classic, when Pemberley is rocked by a whodunit. In TVLine’s exclusive first look, Lydia Bennet (Coleman) arrives at the estate, screaming bloody murder, and a slap is the only thing capable of calming her down. (Naturally, the excitable Mrs. »

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The Flash Stars Talk Caitlin-Ronnie Flashbacks, Tease Firestorm's Arrival

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He’s not dead yet!?

The Flash is breathing new life into Caitlin Snow’s presumed deceased fiancé, Ronnie Raymond (played by The Tomorrow People‘s Robbie Amell). But before he rises, Tuesday’s episode (The CW, 8/7c) features glimpses of the couple as the S.T.A.R. Labs crew prepared to launch the Particle Accelerator that took Ronnie’s life.

“I’m so excited for the flashbacks,” star Danielle Panabaker said during a recent set visit. “It’s a great thing to see Caitlin in her element. She’s a scientist, and she’s excited. This is sort of their Mona Lisa. »

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Castle Recap: Schoolhouse, Rocked

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This week on ABC’s Castle, Rick got schooled by a classroom full of second-graders as he endeavored to suss out the eyewitness to an ice cream man’s murder. What lessons did he learn along the way?

The Case | An ice cream truck owner’s son, Anton, is found shot dead in the vehicle — and Ryan quickly realizes that someone had been hidden in a storage cabinet within at the time of the murder. A left-behind permission slip suggests that the witness was a student in second-grade teacher Mrs. Ruiz’s class, but initial probing leads no student to come forward. »

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DWTS Week 6 Results: Did the Right Couple Go Home?

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It’s Week 6 of Dancing With the Stars, which historically means it’s high time for a shocking, teeth-gnashing, out-of-nowhere elimination. But with Mirrorball also-rans like Michael Waltrip, Tommy Chong and even Jonathan Bennett still kickin’ it on the ballroom floor, what’s a drama-hungry viewer to do?

How about giving venerable host Tom Bergeron a sassy, sexy — and potentially unstable – new sidekick? That’s right, Monday’s live show showcased another “switch up” of sorts – last week’s partner swapping debacle wasn’t enough? — as the ballroom welcomed a glittering new guest co-host, Leah Remini!

Would the King of »

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Gossip Girl Alum Penn Badgley Joins NBC Miniseries The Slap as Cougar Bait

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Gossip Girl would surely have a field day over this casting: Penn Badgley will recur on NBC’s miniseries The Slap as the 25-year-old boyfriend of Mary-Louise Parker’s character, our sister site Deadline reports.

The eight-episode mini  — based on an acclaimed Australian project and written by Jon Robin Baitz (The West Wing) — is about how one man’s punishment of another couple’s child explodes into a complex family drama.

The cast also includes Peter Sarsgaard (The Killing) and Zachary Quinto (American Horror Story).

The Slap marks Badgley’s first TV gig since Gossip Girl ended its run in »

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The Voice Recap: Pray They Won't Fade Away [Updated]

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Pop quiz time! What is the probability that tonight’s episode of The Voice ended in a Steal?

a. 100%

b. Absolute certainty

c. Is Adam’s torso covered in tattoos?

d. “Uh-huh, this their s–t. All the girls stomp your feet like this.“

No, you are not allowed to shake a fist at my spoiler-ization down in the comments section. The Voice‘s Battle Rounds always end in a Steal, sillies!

But as much as I try to keep NBC’s reality singing competition at an emotional arm’s length during its early rounds — at least three-quarters of the time, »

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Jane the Virgin Recap: Milkshake It Off

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“I’m going to get attached to it. How could I not? ” Jane the Virgin sobs to her mother at one quite poignant moment in this week’s episode, and for a second, I forget that a few scenes prior, we were all worried about a leopard on the loose.

Such is the genius of this charming, wickedly funny show, no? And the CW drama only gets stronger in its second outing, which finds the reluctant mother-to-be vowing not to let the baby with which she was accidentally impregnated change her life. (Even for a dreamer like you, Jane, that’s a tall order. »

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Sleepy Hollow Recap: Witches Be Crazy

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If there’s one lesson to take away from this week’s Sleepy Hollow, it’s that everyone should know CPR — especially if you’re a charter member of Team Wtf.

If there’s a second lesson to take away from this week’s episode, it’s that you really don’t want to mess with Katrina, because redhead will mess you up, lie about it for centuries and then claim the moral high ground when confronted.

In between, there’s Jenny, Hawley, Jenny on Hawley (mrrow), a tasty bit of Ichabod’s back story and one truly unfortunate Revolutionary War re-enactor. »

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Gotham Recap: A Secret Spilled, an Agenda Revealed and a Bossy Bruce

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This week on Fox’s Gotham, Jim Gordon’s non-murderous secret got out, Fish Mooney’s plan for her comely chanteuse became evident and Master Bruce did some nifty detective work.

On the heels of what I felt was a stronger episode, “Arkham,” this week’s hour felt flat to me. And I’m starting to ask myself why this show isn’t quite clicking for me, several weeks in.

Sure, we had some plot movement. In a bid to cement a bigger role with Maroni, Penguin came clean about his real name and criminal roots in the Fish via Falcone organization. »

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Supernatural Ep, Stars Preview When Winchesters Attack! Plus: Cas' Quest

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Now that Sam has demon Dean in his grasp on Supernatural, prepare for a “pretty brutal” confrontation between the brothers as a war of words — and then some — are exchanged in Tuesday’s episode (The CW, 9/8c), showrunner Jeremy Carver warns.

The hour presents “a Dean that we haven’t seen before,” executive producer Robert Singer adds. “Over the first three episodes, he gets to the point where Sam has to try to really pull him back from an edge that he probably hasn’t been on before. How he does it or if he does it…”

Well, that’s »

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Once Upon a Time Photos: Emma and Regina Tag Team the Snow Queen

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This Sunday on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, frenemies Emma and Regina will have opportunity to explore their complex dynamic as they reluctantly team up to search for the Snow Queen, as seen in this bakery-fresh batch of new photos.

Surveying the ladies’ relationship, series cocreator Adam Horowitz said at New York Comic-Con, “The show really did start on the conflict between the two of them, and their growing and changing relationship… and there is an episode where we explore that. It takes off from the idea that we saw in the [season] premiere, that Emma [as Savior] has to bring everyone a ‘happy ending, »

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The Good Wife Photos: Is Diane's Big 'Move' Paying Off? Plus: First Look at David Hyde Pierce

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Alicia Florrick is in the hot seat — at her local CBS affiliate, to be exact.

In new, first-look photos from The Good Wife‘s Nov. 2 episode (9:30/8:30c on CBS), the newly christened candidate for State’s Attorney sits down opposite legal commentator Frank Prady (four-time Emmy winner David Hyde Pierce). As TVLine reported in August, the Frasier vet’s character will find himself “so disgusted by the corruption and murder rate in Chicago that he decides to run for office.”

CBS’ logline for the installment, titled “Message Discipline,” reads as follows: “While preparing his case against Cary, Finn »

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SNL Promotes Leslie Jones to Castmember (and the Universe Cheers)

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Saturday Night Live‘s 40th season is suddenly looking up.

SNL scribe Leslie Jones — who brought the house down riffing on relationships during a “Weekend Update” segment last month — has been promoted to a full-fledged castmember, TVLine has confirmed.

Her new status takes effect with this weekend’s Jim Carrey-hosted show, reports our sister site Deadline.

Jones joined SNL‘s writing team last season, and made her first on-camera appearance via a controversial May “Weekend Update” segment about slavery.

Press Play below to watch her aforementioned relationship takedown from the season premiere.

Related storiesThe Blacklist Photos: What Will Land Liz in the Hospital? »

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The Flash Recruits General Hospital's Roger Howarth for Recurring Role

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Roger Howarth is back in the newspaper business.

Having previously played One Life to Live’s tabloid titan Todd Manning (before segueing to General Hospital, where he currently plays Franco — don’t ask), Howarth has booked a recurring role on The CW’s freshman hit The Flash, as award-winning reporter Mason Bridge.

Per our sister site Deadline, Mason will oversee aspiring journo Iris West as he digs into the truth about disgraced S.T.A.R. Labs honcho Dr. Harrison Wells aka Barry Allen’s mentor. He first airs in Episode 11.

Howarth’s previous primetime TV credits include Californication, Dawson »

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American Dad on TBS: What to Expect From the Big Move (Besides F-Bombs)

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Good [afternoon], USA! Former Fox Sunday night staple American Dad relocates to TBS on Monday (9/8c), a move executive producer Matt Weitzman considers to be nothing short of a fairy tale.

Related Cougar Town Final Season Twist: [Spoiler] to Exit Early

“It’s like you had this family you were born into, and they raise you, but they don’t really understand you,” Weitzman explains to TVLine. “Finally, you get older and they kick you out of the house, then you find this other person who actually likes you for who you are and wants to spend the rest of their life with you. »

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The Blacklist Photos: What Will Land Liz in the Hospital?

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On tonight’s episode of The Blacklist (NBC, 10/9c), Red and the FBI try to stop the spread of a highly contagious virus — but might it be too late for Liz?

Judging by new photos from the upcoming hour, the task force’s latest case drives Liz to a hospital bed — and Mossad agent Samar Navabi isn’t looking so hot, either. (Something tells me the shady fella in the middle of the street has something to do with it.)

And when Red isn’t sitting by Liz’s bedside, it seems he’s bonding with a young boy (will »

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TVLine Items: Housewives Star Joins Good Witch, Chrisley Renewed & More

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Former Desperate Housewives star James Denton is reclaiming his hunky neighbor status with a co-starring role on Hallmark Channel’s upcoming series The Good Witch.

Related Scoop: Desperate Housewives Alumna Eva Longoria Joins Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Denton will play a doctor and single dad who moves in next to Cassie (star Catherine Bell), our sister site Deadline reports, and it sounds like she won’t be able to keep her secret from him for long.

Based on Hallmark’s Good Witch films — the seventh installment airs Oct. 25 — the 10-episode series will follow the exploits of Cassie Nightingale, a beautiful sorceress living in the town of Middleton. »

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Arrow Casts Vinnie Jones as 'Brick'

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Professional soccer (or “football”) player-turned-actor Vinnie Jones next will get his kicks with a plum role on Arrow.

As first reported by our sister site Variety, the Brit will recur on the CW series as Danny “Brick” Brickwell, a ruthless gang leader.

But whereas in DC Comics lore, Brick’s nickname was born of his near-impervious hide, on Arrow is stems from his reputation for having sustained multiple gunshot wounds.

Jones’ previous TV credits include Elementary, The Musketeers and The Cape. His three-episode Arrow arc begins with Episode 10.

Related storiesThe Originals' Charles Michael Davis on Marcel's New Crew, »

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Bones' 200th Episode Premise Revealed (and It's Pretty Freakin' Cool)

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Bones is commemorating its upcoming 200th episode the old fashioned way — with an Alfred Hitchcock homage!

TVLine has learned exclusively that the milestone outing — directed by series star David Boreanaz — will find Booth and Brennan starring in their very own ’50s thriller inspired by the Master of Suspense.

“It’s not an alternate reality, it’s as if Booth and Brennan existed in this world — would they still get together?” explains exec producer Stephen Nathan, who penned the episode. “Everyone is sort of playing their own characters.”

And “everyone” includes the show’s primary cast as well a number of »

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S.H.I.E.L.D. @ PaleyFest: Mockingbird's Rousing Arrival, Ward vs. [Spoiler?], Groot Dreams and More Highlights

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The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. held court on Sunday evening at the New York City Paley Center’s Paleyfest, in a panel discussion moderated by yours truly and embedded below.

Following an advanced screening of this Tuesday’s episode — in which Coulson makes an unspeakable decision that elicited gasps from the audience, and Adrianne Palicki erupted the crowd as Marvel’s batons-wielding badass Bobbi “Mockingbird” Morse — Clark Gregg sang the praises of the ABC series’ casting and its crafting of strong female characters. (As Marvel TV boss/exec producer Jeph Loeb explained, “We cast up” to »

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