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What to Watch: 5 Web Series Worth Checking Out

27 January 2013 1:29 PM, PST

NBC’s Grimm gives us something to grin about, renown restaurateur Bobby Flay makes being healthy look — dare we say — fun, and child phenoms make us all feel lazy. Plus, you heard it here first: Coin-flipping may determine who walks off with an Oscar next month.

Grimm Web Series | In the first episode of the four-part series, Bud (Danny Bruno), an Eisbiber, stops by Rosalee’s (Bree Turner) spice shop to obtain a hair loss cure for … “a friend.” Silas Weir Mitchell also stars in this humorous little ditty that will tide fans over until the show’s March 8 NBC return. »


- Sheryl Rothmuller

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Producers Guild Awards Honor Homeland, Modern Family, J.J. Abrams, Colbert and Others

27 January 2013 12:40 PM, PST

The usual small-screen suspects — Showtime’s Homeland, ABC’s Modern Family, CBS’ The Amazing Race — came away winners at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday night, in the Outstanding Drama, Comedy and Competition categories, respectively.

Also earning kudos this year were HBO’s Game Change (in the Long-Form Television race), PBS’ American Masters (Non-Fiction), Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report (Live Entertainment/Talk), HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (Sports) and PBS’ Sesame Street (Children’s Programming).

Related | Pilot Scoop: NBC Orders J.J. Abrams Drama Believe

Related | Pilot Scoop: Fox Orders Futuristic Cop Drama From J.J. AbramsFringe Team

Also on the TV front, »


- Matt Webb Mitovich

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Adam Levine Hosts Saturday Night Live: Watch Video of the Best and Worst Sketches

27 January 2013 8:36 AM, PST

Adam Levine got a little help from Jerry Seinfeld, Cameron Diaz and Andy Samberg to kick off his first Saturday Night Live hosting gig, but things might’ve worked out better had those bold-faced names mentored the show’s writers instead.

Indeed, the setups this week were so unimaginative, the Maroon 5 frontman wound up playing himself not once, but twice, and even worse, other sketches (the firehouse meltdown, The Sopranos Diaries, even that “Yolo” short) relegated him to nothing more than a bit player with little to no chance of scoring a laugh.

Below are my picks for the »


- Michael Slezak

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Ratings: Nikita Surges to Season Highs

26 January 2013 12:31 PM, PST

The CW’s Nikita made the most of this relatively quiet Friday night, surging 25 percent week-to-week to score season highs.

In fact, Nikita‘s total audience of 1.6 million viewers marks its largest haul in almost 14 months (since Dec. 2, 2011). And the spy drama’s 0.5 rating represents its best demo delivery since March 23. Impressive — let’s give Michael a hand!

Related | Pilot Scoop: The CW Orders Apocalyptic Saga The Hundred, Alien Drama Oxygen and More

Related | Pilot News: The CW Orders Revamped Selection, Military Drama From Ex-Supernatural Boss

For the night, repeats of CBS’ Undercover Boss and ABC’s Shark Tank shared »


- Matt Webb Mitovich

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New Spoiler Alert!: Horror Story Season 3 Scoop, Mad Men Spin-Off and Girls' Scary Sex Scene

26 January 2013 12:12 PM, PST

You know you’re in for a particularly wild episode Spoiler Alert! when the discussion starts with sideburns and nipples, and ends with a statement like “Someone’s gonna end up sleeping with their sister!”

But that isn’t the half of it!



This week, when Matt Mitovich and I welcome to the guest couch Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer from MTV’s Nikki & Sara Live, our topics range from how American Horror Story will top itself in season 3 (an unsexy Adam Levine?) to how Allison Williams managed to keep her tatas covered during Girls’ most awkward sex scene ever. »


- Michael Ausiello

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TVLine's Performers of the Week: Jenna Fischer, John Krasinski and Sarah Paulson

26 January 2013 11:45 AM, PST

A new feature in which we spotlight the past week’s shining stars

The Performers | Jenna Fischer and John Krasinski

The Show | The Office (NBC)

The Episode | “Customer Loyalty”

The Airdate | Jan. 24, 2013

Related: TVLine’s 2013 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Getting Axed? What’s Coming Back? What’s on the Bubble?

The Performance | Over the past eight-and-a-half seasons, we’ve witnessed just about every big-deal moment in the joint lives of Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly. On Thursday, we were privy to a major fight between the two – and thanks to the talents of Jenna Fischer and John Krasinski, it damn near did us in. »


- Kimberly Roots

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What to Watch This Weekend: Good Wife's Great Crisis, Mentalist Sees Red, SAG Awards and More

26 January 2013 5:00 AM, PST

On TV this weekend: Syfy’s Snowman ain’t no Frosty, Adam Levine is Live and kickin’, the Screen Actors Guild Awards celebrate TV and film’s best, a Good Wife‘s great dilemma and The Mentalist finds his nemesis’ handiwork in an old case. Here are 15 programs to keep on your radar.

Saturday, January 26

8 pm Victorious (Nickelodeon) | Tori thinks her biggest fear, while performing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at a televised game, is forgetting the lyrics. She soon learns she’s very wrong.

8:30 pm Maz Jobrani: I Come in Peace (Showtime) | The Knights of Prosperity alum performs his stand-up routine. »


- Kimberly Roots

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Fox Halts Production on Ben and Kate

25 January 2013 4:14 PM, PST

Fox has stopped production on Ben and Kate, TVLine has confirmed.

Though the network hasn’t officially cancelled the low-rated freshman sitcom, it was pulled from the schedule earlier this week and replaced — at least in the short term — with back-to-back episodes of Raising Hope.

The critically acclaimed Ben and Kate completed production on 15 of its 19 ordered episodes; 13 have aired, and there’s no word on a plan for the final two.

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- Kimberly Roots

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Pilot Scoop: The CW Orders Apocalyptic Saga The Hundred, Alien Drama Oxygen and More

25 January 2013 3:41 PM, PST

The CW placed three pilot orders late Friday, including the post-apocalyptic drama The Hundred and the alien-human romantic saga Oxygen.

The Hundred , written by Jason Rothenberg (Body Politic)  is set 97 years after a nuclear war has destroyed civilization. A spaceship housing the lone human survivors sends 100 juvenile delinquents back to Earth to investigate the possibility of re-colonizing the planet. The project is based on upcoming Alloy book series by Kass Morgan.

Related | Pilot Season 2013: Get the Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) Newcomers — and Who’s In Them!

Oxygen, from Good Wife scribe Meredith Averill, chronicles an epic romance »


- Michael Ausiello

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All My Children Exclusive: Alicia Minshew Weighs In on Relaunch — Will 'Zendall' Reunite?

25 January 2013 3:27 PM, PST

Of the seven All My Children actors to thus far sign on for the sudser’s online relaunch, you’ll see Thorsten Kaye‘s name, meaning Zach Slater is set to return. But what of his lady love Kendall?

“Zendall” fans can hold out hope, yet as of right now, a reunion is not yet a sure thing.

“I’m really excited for the fans to have their shows back!” Alicia Minshew, who in 2002 stepped into the role of Kendall (previously played by Sarah Michelle Gellar), tells TVLine. But will Erica’s eldest daughter be back?

Related | All My Children »


- Matt Webb Mitovich

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Pilot Scoop: ABC's Back In the Spy Biz, James Caan's Got Balls and House Ep Expresses Doubt

25 January 2013 2:50 PM, PST

ABC has placed a pilot order for Spy, a half-hour comedy adaptation of the Simeon Goulden’s UK satire.

The U.S. version, written and exec-produced by Goulden, centers on the well-intentioned father of a highly intelligent and verbal son who inadvertently takes a job at the Secret Service in order to prove himself a worthy dad.

Related | Pilot Season 2013: Get the Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) Newcomers — and Who’s In Them!

The British Spy wrapped its second season in December.

Other pilots ABC ordered today include…

• She’s Got Balls | The half-hour comedy from Mark and »


- Michael Ausiello

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Pilot Scoop: NBC Orders J.J. Abrams Drama Believe, Bill Lawrence Comedy Undateable

25 January 2013 1:49 PM, PST

J.J. Abrams‘ Best. Week. Ever. continues…

NBC has ordered a drama pilot from the Star Wars VII helmer about an unlikely relationship between a gifted young girl and a man sprung from prison who has been tasked with protecting her from the evil elements that hunt her power.

Alfonso Cuaron penned the script and will serve as an Ep alongside Abrams and Bryan Burk.

For those keeping track at home, this is the second Abrams-produced project ordered to pilot today. Do I hear a third?

Related | Pilot Season 2013: Get the Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) Newcomers — and Who’s In Them! »


- Michael Ausiello

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Secret Circle Star Joins CBS' Under the Dome

25 January 2013 1:29 PM, PST

The Secret Circle‘s Britt Robertson will soon find herself Under the Dome. CBS’ 13-episode drama, based on Stephen King’s 2009 novel, takes place in a New England community that inexplicably finds itself trapped beneath a massive, transparent barrier. The situation soon turns to chaos.

Robertson will play Angie, an attractive young waitress and aspiring nurse who has dreams of escaping her town, Chester’s Mill.

Before playing Circle‘s Cassie, Robertson was Life Unexpected‘s foster kid Lux. Her other TV credits include Law & Order: Svu, »


- Kimberly Roots

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Smash Exclusive: Ellis Poised to Return!

25 January 2013 12:59 PM, PST

Smash‘s serial lurker is back!

TVLine has learned exclusively that Jaime Cepero will reprise his polarizing role of Ellis, the ruthless and scheming former assistant to Tom and (later) Eileen, during the show’s upcoming second season.

But wait – the plot thickens.

New Smash showrunner Josh Safran cryptically tells TVLine that, “Ellis may return, but not necessarily in the present.”

Related | We’ve Seen Smash‘s Season 2 Premiere — and We’re Dishing and Telling!

Hmm… so the meddling pipsqueak will appear in a flashback? Flash forward? Flash sideways world? Our money is on one of those three.

Cepero’s »


- Michael Ausiello

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How I Met Your Mother First Look: Robin Sparkles Is Back, and She Brought Famous Friends!

25 January 2013 12:32 PM, PST

How I Met Your Mother fans, put on your jelly bracelets: Robin Sparkles returns to the hit CBS comedy on Feb. 4 (at 8/7c), and we’ve got your first look at some very special guests who are along for the ride.

Related | CBS Boss Talks Angus T. Jones Kerfuffle, Himym‘s Renewal, Jennifer Esposito’s Blue Exit!

In the episode, titled “P.S. I Love You,” Barney uncovers the lost episode of “Underneath the Tunes,” featuring the pop star and a slew of famous faces, including Canucks Jason Priestley, Alex Trebek and hockey player Luc Robitaille appearing as themselves.

We’ve »


- Vlada Gelman

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Pilot Scoop: Fox Orders Futuristic Cop Drama From J.J. Abrams' Fringe Team

25 January 2013 12:30 PM, PST

Fox and the team behind Fringe are going back to the future.

The network has made a pilot order for an untitled drama from J.J. “Star Wars” Abrams and his former Fringe colleague J.H. Wyman that’s being billed as an action-packed buddy cop show set in the near future when all Lapd officers are partnered with highly evolved human-like androids.

Related | Pilot Season 2013: Get the Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) Newcomers — and Who’s In Them!

Wyman penned the script and will serve as an Ep alongside Abrams and Bryan Burk.

Thoughts?! Early casting suggestions? Hit the comments! »


- Michael Ausiello

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Pilot Scoop: NBC Orders Lorne Michaels-Produced Comedy Starring John Mulaney

25 January 2013 12:23 PM, PST

NBC is getting into some funny business with up-and-coming comedian John Mulaney.

The Peacock Net has given a pilot order to an untitled ensemble comedy written by and starring the former Saturday Night Live scribe.

Related | Pilot Season 2013: Get Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) Newcomers and Who’s In Them

The multi-camera project is based loosely on Mulaney’s life and will follow a group of young people and their hijinks.

Saturday Night Live boss Lorne Michaels will executive produce with Dave Becky (Louie) and 30 Rock‘s David Miner and Andrew Singer.

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- Kimberly Roots

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Exclusive Lying Game Sneak Peek: Emma Catches Sutton in a Major Lie – But Which One?

25 January 2013 11:42 AM, PST

Uh-oh. The Lying Game‘s Emma is going to catch her scheming sis Sutton in a big fat lie this Tuesday (ABC Family, 9/8c), and we’ve got your exclusive first look at the revelation.

Remember last season when a masked intruder forced Sutton to crash her car, nearly killing her? Well, it turns out that a lot more happened after that than she’d led everyone to believe — and Emma is about to start piecing the events of that night together.

Related | Lying Game Boss on the Emma/Sutton Sister Act, More Mama Drama and Twisty Love ‘Quadrangles’

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- Megan Masters

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AMC and Oltl to Relaunch on Hulu, iTunes

25 January 2013 11:40 AM, PST

Prospect Park has reached an agreement with Hulu and the iTunes Store to distribute the all-new episodes of All My Children and One Life to Live that are commencing production early this year with an eye on a springtime premiere.

Related | One Life to Live/All My Children Scoop: 22 Cast Members Confirmed for Reboot

“Hulu’s reach, platform and advertising prowess are best in class, and iTunes provides an incredible way to buy TV shows that is second to none,” Prospect Park CEO Jeff Kwatinetz said in a statement. “Through both of these partners, we hope daytime drama fans are »


- Matt Webb Mitovich

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Game of Thrones First Look: Starks, Lannisters, a Greenseer, a Red Priestess and Many More

25 January 2013 11:26 AM, PST

As Game of Thrones likes to remind us, winter is coming – and now a new batch of Season 3 photos gives us a glimpse of what the approaching storm is going to look like.

Related | TVLine Items: Game of Thrones‘ First Real New Promo, ABC’s Celebrity Divers Revealed and More!

The next installment of the HBO drama begins on March 31, but all you direwolves out there can pounce on these advance photos in the meantime. You’ll see several familiar faces — including Peter Dinklage‘s Tyrion, Lena Headley‘s Cersei,  Emilia Clarke’s Daenerys, Carice van Houten’s Red Priestess »


- Kimberly Roots

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