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Friends Reunion: Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow Reprise Their Roles on Kimmel

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It was the Friends reunion no one saw coming.

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During what appeared to be a routine visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday, Jennifer Aniston suddenly found herself stepping back into Rachel Green’s shoes — but not her iconic wig, no sir — with a few surprise guests along for the ride.

Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow, both reprising their respective Friends roles, also joined the sketch, a skeevy work of Ross/Rachel fanfiction which included a throwaway line about Monica sleeping with her brother.

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So You Think You Can Dance Recap: Who Should Win the Season 11 Title?

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You don’t have to go to The Louvre or The Guggenheim to see incredible art — at least not from May to August. And at least not as long as Fox doesn’t enter the 2015 Emmy race for Outstanding Boneheadedness in Scheduling by pulling the plug on the life-affirming, visually thrilling and utterly sublime So You Think You Can Dance.

Related The Mindy Project Casts Shonda Rhimes (Yes, Shonda Rhimes) to Play [Spoiler]

Among other things, tonight’s Season 11 performance finale allowed a pair of gorgeous contemporary dancers to sprout wings, take flight and possibly/maybe save some lives in the »


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Mindy Project Casts Shonda Rhimes (Yes, Shonda Rhimes) to Play [Spoiler]

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The Mindy Project is taking a trip to Shondaland.

TVLine has learned exclusively that the A-list creator of Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal is set to make her acting debut in a fall episode of the Fox comedy.

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I’m told Rhimes, a self-proclaimed super-fan of both The Mindy Project and its star Mindy Kaling, will play herself on the show. Specifics about her storyline are being kept under wraps.

Rhimes’ episode is slated to shoot in early September and air later this fall.

The Mindy Project kicks off its third season on Sept. »


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Arrow Recasts Oliver's Blade-Wielding Season 3 Mentor

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A substitute is stepping in as Arrow‘s new teacher.

Rila Fukushima, who co-starred in The Wolverine in 2013, has been tapped to play Tatsu Yamashiro — aka Katana — on Season 3 of The CW series. The Japanese actress replaces Devon Aoki, who reportedly pulled out due to a scheduling conflict.

Related  Arrow Ep Talks Timetable, ‘Cool Ideas’ for Revisiting Oliver’s Long-Lost Child

As previously reported, Tatsu is a deadly, sword-wielding martial arts expert — and wife of Oliver Queen’s teacher/handler Toshi — who will play a major role in Oliver’s journey to becoming the Arrow. She will be seen in »


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Mean Girls' Daniel Franzese Lands Looking Role — Who Will He Court?

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There will be at least one new face Looking for love when the HBO dramedy returns for its sophomore run.

Daniel Franzese, best known for playing Damian in the 2004 comedy Mean Girls, has boarded Season 2 of the series in a multi-episode arc.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, Franzese will play Eddie, a member of San Francisco’s nonprofit community. He’ll also be a new love interest — but for whom?

Related  Deadwood Revival: There’s ‘Hope’!

Franzese joins recently promoted series regulars Lauren Weedman, Raúl Castillo and Russell Tovey in the 10-episode second season. Looking is slated to return in early 2015.

Excited about Franzese’s casting? »


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Ratings: Tyrant Ends on Down Note, Final Chelsea Hits 2-Year High, Pll Up

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FX’s Tyrant closed its first season on Tuesday night with 1.52 million total viewers and a 0.5 demo rating — up a few eyeballs week-to-week yet down a precious tenth in the demo.

Versus its premiere, the yet-to-be-renewed drama was down 27 percent and a tenth.

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Over on ABC Family, Pretty Little Liars‘ Season 5A finale drew 2.3 mil and a 1.0, up a good 25 percent week-to-week to score its second-best numbers of the season. Yet versus its June premiere, the drama was down 15 percent and a tenth.

Related Pretty Little Liars Post Mortem »


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Deadwood Revival: There's 'Hope'!

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Well, for [bleep]‘s sake: Deadwood may have a pulse.

On the Emmy red carpet Monday, Kim Dickens — who played madam Joanie Stubbs on HBO’s late, beloved western — admitted to me that the entire cast remains “heartbroken” about the show’s premature demise.

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But you’ll probably be more interested in what she said after that with regard to a closure-filled Deadwood revival. It involves a conversation she had with series creator David Milch, and includes the words “hope” and “possibility.”

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Fargo Boss Drops New Season 2 Intel: 'There Are a Lot of [Spoiler]'

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Timing is everything, and that certainly proved to be the case Monday when I chatted up Fargo Ep Noah Hawley on the Emmy red carpet.

Basking in the glow of the show’s 18 nods (including best miniseries, which it would go on to win), the typically spoiler-averse auteur was in such a good mood that I managed to coax a tantalizing new tidbit about Season 2 out of him.

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Even though much of the action will center on a younger version of Keith Carradine’s character, Lou Solverson, aka Molly’s dad, »


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FX Orders Zach Galifianakis Clown Comedy Baskets to Series

12 hours ago

But will the entire cast be able to fit in one tiny car?

That’s one question to ask now that FX has ordered a 10-episode first season of Zach Galifianakis‘ single-camera comedy Baskets, about a man with aspirations of becoming a professional clown.

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Galifianakis co-wrote the pilot and will serve as executive producer alongside Emmy winner Louis C.K. and Emmy-nominated writer/director Jonathan Krisel (Portlandia, Saturday Night Live), who will serve as Baskets‘ showrunner and also directed the pilot.

FX describes the series as follows: »


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Video: Oitnb's Laverne Cox on Emmy- Induced Spontaneous Combustion

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To say that 2014 has been an epic year for Laverne Cox would be something of an understatement.

Photos Emmys 2014: The 20 Best, Worst and Most Inappropriate Moments

But despite an Emmy nomination (as Guest Actress in a Comedy Series), a Time magazine cover and widespread acclaim for her work in Netflix’s buzzy Orange Is the New Black, there’s one extra accolade that would make her “spontaneously combust,” Cox told TVLine’s Michael Ausiello on the 2014 Emmy red carpet.

Press Play to get the full scoop — and to find out why Cox things Oitnb fans should sit down and re-watch Season 2 right this second. »


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TVLine Items: Friends Sets Up Shop in NYC, Hulu Will Party Down and More

13 hours ago

Calling all Friends fans in (or with access to) New York City: You’re about to get an exciting perk. Central Perk, that is.

Warner Bros. and Eight O’Clock Coffee are partnering to re-create the NBC sitcom’s iconic coffee shop in New York City this fall, Entertainment Weekly was first to report.

In addition to providing free coffee, the pop-up location in downtown Manhattan will allow visitors to take photos on the orange couch from the show, enjoy weekly musical performances — perhaps David Schwimmer will have another go on the keyboard? — and play trivia games. Bonus: James Michael Tyler »


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Glee Season 6 Plan Revealed: Rachel Revives New Directions and More

14 hours ago

Glee is saying “bye bye” to the Big Apple as it heads into its sixth and final season, with Rachel and the gang returning to the hallowed halls they once called home — after a six-month time jump, of course.

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Fox on Wednesday released an avalanche of Season 6 spoilers, and TVLine is breaking it all down into easy-to-digest (and difficult-to-believe) bites:

* Rachel, following her “humiliating failure as a TV actress” will return to Lima and “reinstate and lead” the glee club. (Rumor has it Kurt will follow Miz Berry back home, »


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Pretty Little Liars Post Mortem: Latest Victim Reveals Her Ghostly Return, Revenge Plans for Alison and More

15 hours ago

Dry your tears, Pretty Little Liars fans, because the victim of Tuesday’s fatal finale tells TVLine that she’s not going anywhere. In fact, she’s “excited for this new twist” on her character.

Related Pretty Little Liars Summer Finale Recap: Death Becomes Her

“Basically, as Alison was the flashback girl for the past three seasons, it will now be [Mona],” Janel Parrish tells us. “I think it’s great! Even though Alison was ‘dead’ for the first three seasons, you found out everything about her through flashbacks, and now that’ll be happening through Mona.”

Read on for more scoop from Parrish, »


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First Trailer: Will Jeffrey Tambor's Transparent Be Amazon's First Big Hit?

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Is Amazon about to score its first breakthrough hit?

The online streaming giant — whose foray into original programming has yet to yield any Netflix-sized hits — may have a game-changer on its hands with Transparent, a 10-episode dark comedy from Six Feet Under’s Jill Soloway and starring Arrested Development‘s Jeffrey Tambor as Maura né Mort Pfefferman, the transgender patriarch of a Los Angeles family.

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The cast also includes Judith Light (Dallas) as Maura’s ex-wife Shelly, while Gaby Hoffmann (Girls), Amy Landecker (Louie) and Jay Duplass (Togetherness »


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New Survivor Cast Includes Race Twins, Baseball Bad Boy, Clay Aiken's Ex

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CBS on Wednesday unveiled the nine teams competing on the upcoming 29th season of Survivor — and it’s already clear this island is going to be no paradise.

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Among the lot is former baseball star John Rocker — who famously badmouthed New York City and its gay, culturally diverse residents — and Broadway star Reed Kelly, who was romantically linked to former American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken. (Those two should get along swimmingly.)

Keep reading to see all 18 contestants, then drop a comment with your initial thoughts on the bunch.

Brothers:

Drew Christy, »


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Young & Hungry's Emily Osment Teases 'Huge' Wedding Finale Cliffhanger

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Josh’s wedding day finally arrives (early!) on Wednesday’s Young & Hungry finale (ABC Family, 8/7c), and star Emily Osment admits to TVLine that her character is “not exactly as ready as everybody else is for him to get married.”

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After all, a ring on Josh’s finger would mean the end of his will-they-won’t-they (again) relationship with Gabi, which Osment hopes to explore in future seasons.

“Because Josh is a little older, and a little out of her league, being with him might mature her,” she says of Gabi. »


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The Next Bachelor: Farmer Chris Soules

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Will the farmer take a wife? (Did anyone beat me to that lede…?)

Recent Bachelorette finalist Chris Soules has been anointed ABC’s next Bachelor, for the dating series’ 19th edition (premiering in January 2015).

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Having made it to the final three of Bachelorette Andi’s picks this summer, the 32-year-old, 6-foot-1, blue-eyed Soules is described as a “humble but enormously successful farmer from tiny Arlington, Iowa (pop. 427).”

That’s the sum total of what I could possibly say on the matter. Your thoughts, if any?

Related storiesHas Once Upon a Time's Season 4B Villain Been Revealed. »


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Chelsea Lately's Final Hour: Handler Says (and Sings) Goodbye to E!

26 August 2014 9:07 PM, PDT

Truly a vision in white, Chelsea Handler was met with a standing ovation at the top of Tuesday’s awkward, emotional — and, most dangerously, live — final episode of E!’s Chelsea Lately.

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“Tonight, we’re wrapping up seven years of stupidity, and I am very impressed with myself,” the hostess began. “The only other time I spent seven years in one place was high school.”

And now, for a rundown of the final hour’s biggest — and surprisingly star-studded — moments:

* Ellen DeGeneres stopped by for the show’s final shower bit, »


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Has Once Upon a Time's Season 4B Villain Been Revealed...?

26 August 2014 8:18 PM, PDT

A month before Once Upon a Time Season 4 even begins, we may have an idea of who the Big Bad for Season 4B, which starts after the winter hiatus, will be.

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As reported by Entertainment Weekly, True Blood alum Kristin Bauer van Straten is set to reprise her role as evil Maleficent and recur during the back half of Season 4.

During the Once creators’ Fall Preview Q&A with TVLine, Eddy Kitsis said of the Season 4B storyline, which will follow this fall’s 11-episode riff on Frozen, “The seeds are »


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Post Mortem: Covert Affairs Bosses Talk [Spoiler]'s Fate, Annie and Auggie's 'Challenge' and More

26 August 2014 8:02 PM, PDT

Warning: The following contains spoilers from Tuesday’s midseason finale of Covert Affairs. If you have yet to watch, head to a different TVLine story. Everyone else, read on…

Annie Walker has a new enemy.

On Tuesday’s Season 5 summer finale of Covert Affairs, the spy discovered that McQuaid Security’s Caitlin and diplomat Belenko framed her new love interest Ryan — not to mention shot him. While Caitlin bit the bullet, Belenko is still in play, and possibly targeting Arthur.

Below, executive producers Matt Corman and Chris Ord discuss Ryan’s fate, Auggie and Annie’s (romantic?!) future, Season 5’s “intense” arc and more. »


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