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Grey's Anatomy Recap: Maybe Baby

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The promos for this week’s Grey’s Anatomy sure worked hard to make us think that Alex would be handing out cigars a few months down the line. But was Jo really feeling like she wanted to puke because she was expecting? Or was Shonda Rhimes pulling a fast one on us? Read on, and I’ll tell you!

RelatedGrey’s Anatomy: Will Katherine Heigl Return in Season 12?

Kid Stuff | Early on in “I Choose You” (obviously shortened from its full title, “I Choose You, Pikachu”), Jo seemed to confide in Stephanie that she’d just found out she was pregnant. »

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Bones Boss on [Spoiler]'s Split, New Loves, Reigniting Booth/Brennan's Fire

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Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s episode of Bones

Don’t you dare call Booth and Brennan a boring, old married couple.

On Thursday’s conclusion of Bones‘ two-part Season 11 premiere, Booth’s life-or-death ordeal ended with him and Brennan realizing that they belong at the FBI and Jeffersonian, respectively. And even though the pair is about to return to familiar territory, new co-showrunner Michael Peterson tells TVLine he’s determined to bring back Booth and Brennan’s spark.

RelatedBonesDavid Boreanaz on [Spoiler]’s Death (‘You Have to Continuously Change’), Booth’s ‘Intense’ Journey

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Vampire Diaries Premiere: Ep Explains Enzo's Choice, Caroline's Confession and the Salvatores' Future Threat

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The Vampire Diaries returned for its first post-Elena season on Thursday, introducing a whole mess of trouble — albeit very attractive trouble — for Mystic Falls’ finest.

RelatedVampire Diaries Season 7 Photos: ‘Bamon’ Teams Up, Caroline Suffers

TVLine spoke with executive producer Julie Plec about how the premiere’s twists will shape the rest of the season, but first, a quick recap: Damon, Bonnie and Alaric returned from their European bender — where Damon nearly let Bonnie die in order to get Elena back — to find that their home is now under the control of Lily and her “family” of Heretics. Damon chose a direct approach to the problem, »

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Pretty Little Liars' New Intro: See All 5 Girls in the Season 6B Title Sequence

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Aria is officially relinquishing her title as Pretty Little Liars‘ head shusher.

PhotosPretty Little Liars, Five Years Forward: Where Is Everyone in Season 6B?

In the ABC Family drama’s new opening credits for Season 6B, initially released by E! Online, the five liars — yes, Alison is included! — take turns putting their fingers to their lips. The shusher will rotate with each new episode, and it looks like Emily is calling first dibs.

Season 6B takes the liars five years into the future, and although she’s not included in the new intro, Charlotte (aka “A”) will still be »

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The Voice: Pre-Battle Rounds Rankings for Each Season 9 Team

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Now there are 48.

But when The Voice‘s Season 9 Battle Rounds are finished — the number of contestants will be slashed in half (with eight lucky hopefuls getting second chances via The Steal).

RelatedAhs Ratings: Huge Opening for Hotel

In advance of the Thunderdome-style duets about to be conducted on NBC’s reality-singing juggernaut, we took the liberty of ranking each team’s 12-person lineup based on the strength of Blind Auditions (and, yeah, pre-performance packages).

Who’s looking like a future Sawyer Fredericks or Tessanne Chin — and who’s looking like cannon fodder?

Check out the gallery below — or click »

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TVLine Items: The Librarians Trailer, Boehner Off Tonight Show and More

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When TNT’s official trailer for The Librarians‘ sophomore season begins, Jake Stone & Co. feel confident they can vanquish any bad guy in their path.

A minute and 45 seconds later, they’re decidedly less sure of themselves — and rightfully so, based on the action-packed teaser.

RelatedTNT Sets Premiere Dates for Legends, Sharon Stone’s Agent X and More

Ahead of The Librarians‘ two-hour Season 2 debut (Sunday, Nov. 1, 8/7c), press Play on the video below to catch a glimpse of what the titular book-lovers will encounter this fall.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets?

* House Speaker John Boehner — who »

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Ahs Ratings: Huge Opening for Hotel

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The folks at FX are going Gaga over Wednesday’s ratings, which shows American Horror Story: Hotel within striking distance of a new franchise record.

RelatedAmerican Horror Story: Hotel Premiere Poll: Did You Enjoy Your Stay?

According to preliminary data, the 90-minute opener drew 5.8 million viewers and a 3.0 18-49 demo rating — down a tick from last season’s Freak Show-themed debut (6.1 million; 3.1 rating). But Hotel still has a chance to surpass Freak Show when three days of DVR playback are factored in. (Freak Show‘s Live+3 haul jumped to 10 million, a number Hotel may very well beat).

In the 18-49 demo, »

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NCIS: New Orleans First Look: Bakula and the Team Get Red Dress'd Up

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The NCIS: New Orleans team is seeing a lotta red — and Agent Pride and the other fellas are showing a lotta leg! — in these first photos from the CBS sophomore’s Tuesday, Oct. 27 episode, which incorporates the city’s annual Red Dress Run.

RelatedNCIS Brings Back Scottie Thompson as Tony’s Ex, Jeanne Benoit

In the episode “Insane in the Membrane,” the NCIS team’s participation in New Orleans’ annual Red Dress Run — a 27-year-old tradition/charity fundraiser sponsored by the Hash House Harriers, in which thousands don the mandatory garb and get to hoofing it — is cut short »

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Fox Orders More Rosewood Scripts

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Rosewood‘s future is looking rosier.The procedural  — starring Morris Chestnut as a private pathologist — got a boost Thursday when, as our sister site Deadline reports, Fox ordered three additional scripts.

RelatedNBC Orders More Blindspot Scripts

This Wednesday’s episode attracted an audience of 5.7 million total viewers and a 1.7, rating slipping 8 and 15 percent from the previous week, which in turn was down from its Sept. 23 premiere.

Though the order falls short of a full-season pickup, it does signal the network’s vote of confidence in the freshman drama.

Related storiesBones Boss on [Spoiler]'s Split, New Loves, Reigniting Booth/Brennan's »

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Shadowhunters Trailer: First Look at ABC Family's Mortal Instruments Series

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In advance of Shadowhunters‘ Jan. 2016 premiere, ABC Family (soon to be known as Freeform) has given fans a first look at the supernatural series, based on Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments books.

PhotosABC Family’s Shadowhunters: Your Guide to Who’s Who (and Who’s What)

The network on Thursday shared a sequence of action-packed clips via the show’s Snapchat account (TVShadowhunters), which come together to form the first full promo. Now, the completed promo has made its way online.

In addition to giving us a glimpse of leading lovers Clary (Katherine McNamara) and Jace (Dominic Sherwood »

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Hawaii Five-0 Sneak Peek: Catherine Has a Post-Coital Surprise for Steve

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Hawaii Five-0‘s McGarrett receives a rude awakening — and on the heels of an apparently very pleasant, sweaty awakening! — as seen in this sneak peek from Friday’s episode (CBS, 9/8c).

RelatedRatings: Hawaii Five-0 Rises in Week 2

In the episode “Ua ‘o’oloku ke anu i na mauna” (The Chilling Storm Is On The Mountains), Steve (played by Alex O’Loughlin) covertly follows a morning romp with his lady love Catherine (Michelle Borth) by checking on the status of the ring with which he plans to propose to her.

Catherine, though, has a surprise of her own. Will it give »

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FX Renews Tyrant for Season 3

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FX’s Tyrant has been renewed for Season 3. Or as they say in Abuddin: “FX’s Tyrant has been renewed for Season 3.”

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

“Tyrant’s second season took the show to a new level thanks to the skill and direction of Howard, Chris and Glenn and their creative team, the exceptional cast and a story steeped in family, loyalty and intrigue,” Eric Schrier, president of original programming for FX Networks and FX Productions said in a statement. “We look forward to the next chapter and »

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Halt and Catch Fire Scores Season 3 Renewal Amid Showrunner Switch

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Never underestimate the power of widespread critical acclaim.

Despite barely detectable ratings, Halt and Catch Fire has been renewed for a 10-episode third season at AMC. The pickup comes after the ’80s-set computer drama’s second season drew rapturous reviews —a stark contrast from the lukewarm notices that greeted the show’s buzz-deprived first season.

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

In confirming the renewal, AMC also announced that Ep Jonathan Lisco — who presided over Seasons 1 and 2 — will be stepping down as showrunner to focus on shepherding his TNT pilot Animal Kingdom. »

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Twin Peaks Recasts Major Role for Revival (and It's a Total Bummer)

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This is a damn fine disappointment.

When Twin Peaks resurfaces on Showtime in Summer 2017, there will be a new sheriff in town.

TVLine has learned exclusively that Michael Ontkean has opted not to reprise his beloved role of Sheriff Harry S. Truman in the upcoming limited-run revival. Rumor has it that veteran actor Robert Forster (Heroes, Karen Sisco) has stepped in to replace Ontkean as the town’s top lawman, although it’s unclear if he will be playing Truman or a new sheriff.

RelatedTwin Peaks Revival Back On for ‘More Than’ 9 Episodes as David Lynch, Showtime Resolve Stalemate »

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Game of Thrones Casts New Red Priestess, But What Does It Mean?

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Has Game of Thrones conjured another Melisandre from the flames?

In advance of the new season, the answer may be even harder to pin down than a shadowy assassin birthed in a cave.

Here’s what we know, per our sister site Deadline: The HBO drama has cast British actress Melanie Liburd (The Grinder) as a Red Priestess in Season 6.

VideosGame of ThronesMaisie Williams Dashes Jon Snow Hopes, Teases Arya’s Sightless Season 6 Plight

This likely means that Liburd merely will play another female clergy member in the faith of R’llor — much like the woman that Tyrion »

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Ratings: Arrow Hits Best Premiere Number Since Series Launch

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The CW’s "Arrow" returned on Wednesday night to 2.6 million total viewers and a 1.1 rating, up in the demo from last season’s opener and finale (which both did 2.8 mil/1.0) and marking its highest-rated premiere since its 2012 series launch (which scored a 1.3).

Among "Arrow"’s premiere audience, 2.58 million have serious agita about that final scene.

Leading out of that, Supernatural drew 2 mil and a 0.9, down from last year’s premiere (which did 2.5 mil/1.1 on a Tuesday, leading out of The Flash’s boffo debut) but up »

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Vampire Diaries Season 7: Meet the Heretics, Mystic Falls' Greatest Threat

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Did somebody say “turf war”? Thursday’s Vampire Diaries season premiere (The CW, 8/7c) formally introduces viewers to the Heretics, Lily’s wicked “family” of witch-vampire hybrids, who quickly learn just how un-welcoming Mystic Falls can be to evil outsiders.

PhotosVampire Diaries Season 7 Photos: ‘Bamon’ Teams Up, Caroline Suffers

“They’re different from anything the show has seen before, which is really exciting,” Elizabeth Blackmore, who plays Heretic Valerie, tells TVLine. “They’re going to have some issues adjusting into this new world, especially once they start interacting with the other characters who have already been here.”

In addition to »

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The Player Sneak Peek: Alex and Cassandra Are Runnin' and Gunnin'

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Tonight on The Player (NBC, 10/9c), Alex and Cassandra barely look before they leap — off a tall building — upon being targeted by a helicopter gunman.

RelatedFall TV Premiere Poll: Is NBC’s The Player a Winner?

In the freshman drama’s third episode, The Player and The Dealer (played by Philip Winchester and Charity Wakefield) have traveled to Los Angeles to stop a sniper from enacting revenge for a drug cartel. As seen in the exclusive sneak peek above, Alex barely gets a bead on their target when a helicopter appears, hailing bullets on their rooftop.

Can the pair possibly »

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Nashville Recap: Sob Story

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Ladies and gentlemen, Nashville‘s Beverly O’Connor — bless her heart — has left the building.

Yes, the aneurysm that closed out the last episode left Scarlett’s abusive mama/Deacon’s spiteful sister/Rayna’s jealous hater hitching a ride on the gleaming Greyhound to the great beyond. Only problem is, in the same way Bev never knew how to exit an argument gracefully, her brain-dead body hasn’t gotten the memo — creating drama, strife and freefloating sadness for her daughter and brother (and those who love them).

Which leads me directly to some real talk for Rayna’s man: Deacon Edward* Claybourne, »

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American Horror Story: Hotel Premiere Recap: Did You Enjoy Your Stay?

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In its premiere, American Horror Story: Hotel went for the jugular, serving up everything from a blood-soaked foursome to an eyeless monster with a drill-bit dildo. But did it deliver shock and awe or shock and “eh”? Read on, then we’ll discuss.

RelatedAhs: Hotel Scoop: Lady Gaga Will Romance Angela Bassett

Tourist Trap | As “Checking In” began, two comely Swedish girls — unimpressed by the retro-fabulousness of the Hotel Cortez — were trying to get their money back from bespectacled front desk clerk Iris (Kathy Bates) so that they could stay somewhere else. But, informed that a refund was »

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