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Once Upon a Time Casts Originals Baddie as Aurora's Father

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TV’s go-to baddie, Sebastian Roché, next will fill a role fit for a king — on ABC’s Once Upon a Time.

Having most recently made mayhem as The Originals’ Mikael, Roché will guest-star as Aurora’s father, King Stefan, in the upcoming second half of Once‘s fourth season, EW.com reports.

As per Sleeping Beauty lore, Roché’s royal has a past that’s entangled with the sorceress who years ago cursed his daughter — Maleficent, played by Kristin Bauer.

Sharlto Copley played King Stefan in Disney’s big-screen Maleficent, released earlier this year.

Roché’s TV resumé also includes stints on Scandal, »


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TVLine Mixtape, Joe Cocker Edition: Songs From Wonder Years, ER and More

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Whaaaaat would you dooooo… if I suddenly started singing the theme song to The Wonder Years? You’d probably start hearing Joe Cocker’s cover of “With a Little Help From My Friends” in your head — and with good reason. That song is good.

Cocker, the British singer known for making the Beatles’ hit his own, died after a battle with lung cancer, his agent announced Monday. Cocker was 70.

To celebrate the musical legend’s 40-year career, we’ve put together a special edition of TVLine Mixtape featuring episodes that have used his tunes. House, ER, Miami Vice — they’re all in here. »


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TVLine Items: George Clooney's Full Downton Spoof, Gabba Guests & More

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Only Downton Abbey could spin a visit from George Clooney into a nightmare.

The UK’s ITV over the weekend posted both halves of its “Text Santa” charity spoof, in which Lord Grantham discovers what life at the abbey would be like had he never been born — courtesy of a Fabulous angelic tour guide — and it turns out, it would be a lot boozier.

In addition to Clooney, the dual videos — watch Part 1 above, Part 2 below — also include a cameo from Entourage‘s Jeremy Piven.

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

* ABC Family is re-airing several classic »


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Mike Colter to Play Marvel's Luke Cage in Netflix's Jessica Jones Series

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Mike Colter is going from Good Wife bad guy to superhero for hire.

Confirming weeks of speculation, Marvel announced on Monday that Colter will play Luke Cage, a street thug turned strength-enhanced hero, in the upcoming Netflix series Aka Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter.

Ostensibly (though not confirmed), Colter will later headline the Luke Cage standalone series that was originally announced to be a part of the Marvel/Netflix team-up, which kicks off with a Daredevil series starring Boardwalk Empire’s Charlie Cox, also breaks out Iron Fist for his own show and culminates in a miniseries event that reimagines The Defenders, »


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Sleepy Hollow Photos: Ichabod's Date, Michelle Trachtenberg's Arrival & More

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Moloch may be a thing of the past, but the residents of Sleepy Hollow will be faced with plenty of new danger — and drama! — when fresh episodes resume in 2015.

Fox has released photos from the first two episodes of the new year — airing Jan. 5 and 12, respectively — which find Ichabod and Abbie teaming up against new demons, including one called “Farmer’s Market.” (No, wait, that’s just a delightful photo of Ichabod looking characteristically overwhelmed at an actual farmer’s market. False alarm!)

There’s even a shot of Ichabod and Katrina on a date, showing a conscious effort on »


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Ratings: The Sound of Music Dips, Sunday Night Football Drops

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The hills were a bit less alive this Sunday, as ABC’s “sing-along” presentation of The Sound of Music drew 5.6 million total viewers and a 1.2 rating, down 14 percent and a tenth from last year.

Over on NBC, Sunday Night Football‘s Seahawks/Cardinals match-up did 15.9 mil and a 5.2 (per fast nationals), down 27 and 32 percent from the prelims for last week’s Cowboys/Eagles clash.

Elsewhere….

CBS | Pending NFL overrun-related adjustments, Undercover Boss (8.7 mil/1.4) is down 14 percent in the demo, while The Mentalist (8.2 mil/1.3) and CSI (6.6 mil/1.2) are currently flat.

Fox | An NFL-boosted Mulaney drew 3.7 mil/1.2, doubling its most recent tallies. »


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Pretty Little Liars Sneak Peek: Is This Emily and Paige's Last Goodbye?

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Pretty Little Liars‘ winter premiere has an icy chill in store for Emily and Paige’s relationship.

ABC Family on Sunday night released this first look at the Jan. 6 episode (8/7c), which finds the couple preparing to say goodbye, following the drama’s three-month time jump. Despite all the major milestones they’ll miss as a couple — prom and graduation, to name a few — Paige is certain her parents won’t budge on her big move.

“They want me someplace safe,” she tells Emily, proving that not all parents in Rosewood are oblivious to the danger these girls are facing. »


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The Affair Season Finale Recap: They Can't Handle the Truth

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You know how they say the truth will set you free? Yeah, that has not proven to be true for The Affair‘s biggest sinners.

In fact, on Sunday’s season finale of the Showtime drama, the truth only caused problems — lots of them.

Before we get your thoughts on the episode, let’s review what went down in the season’s arresting final hour:

Noah | For most of The Affair‘s freshman season, it’s been hard to know whether Noah deserves our sympathy. He’s cheating on his wife, so, no… but he’s also berated by his father-in-law, »


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Homeland Finale Recap: Mother Lode

21 December 2014 7:23 PM, PST

After a string of intense, breakneck episodes, Homeland closed out its fourth season Sunday on a comparatively muted note.

Of course, that’s not to say stuff didn’t happen.

By the end of the hour, Carrie buried her dad, came face-to-face with her estranged mother, went to first base with Quinn and, most notably, found out why Dar Adal was suddenly carpooling with terrorists.

Coming (Back) To America | The action begins with Carrie, back in the States, preparing to lay to rest her father Frank (played by the late, great James Rebhorn, for whom the episode was dedicated). While »


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