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Teen Wolf Recap: Total Recall

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Forget chimeras, Dread Doctors and feather-puking wallflowers. On Monday’s Teen Wolf, Scott and his pack faced their greatest threat thus far: attempting to read an entire book… with no pictures!

It was all in the name of jogging their memories, discovering whatever it was the Dread Doctors wanted them to suppress, but boy did it make them sleepy.

VideosTeen Wolf Interview: Dylan O’Brien Pitches the Series’ First Threesome in Season 5

The award for Most Heartbreaking Memory goes to Stiles, who recalled the night his mother attacked him because she believed he was trying to kill her. (Gee, »


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UnREAL Recap: 'Nobody Here Does Anything to Be Nice'

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While much of the TV-viewing public was throwing its support behind #TeamShawn or #TeamNick Monday night, those UnREAL fans among us knew there was a far more compelling bachelorette with an even bigger choice before her:

#TeamJeremy or #TeamAdam?

Or was it #TeamQuitThisCrazyBiz vs. #TeamBecomeQuinn2.0?

Or perhaps #FoldingHisLaundryandResentingHim up against #BellinisontheBeach?

Either way, there was plenty to hold your attention — even without the blackmail, sex on tape and double-dealing — in the second-to-last episode of the season. Read on as we review the major action of “Princess.”

Related UnREAL‘s Freddie Stroma on Adam’s Season 2 Fate, His Feelings for Rachel »


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So You Think You Can Dance Recap: Pairing Is Caring

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One may be the loneliest number, but three is quickly becoming the most irksome — at least when it comes to Season 12 of So You Think You Can Dance.

PhotosSytycd Turns 10: Check Out Our Photo Album of All Its Past Champs!

Which is my roundabout way of saying I really, really, really miss the one-on-one routines that were the backbone of the show’s first 11 seasons, and — perhaps even more importantly — can’t figure out why Nigel Lythgoe couldn’t figure out a way this week to cram nine of ’em into a two-hour telecast.

Look, it’s not that »


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The Bachelorette Season Finale Recap: Which Suitor Did Kaitlyn Choose?

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If you watched the two-hour season finale of The Bachelorette — three hours, if you’re still glued to the TV for the requisite After the Final Rose trainwreck — you spent 120 minutes watching Kaitlyn Bristowe weep her way through a decision between Shawn Booth and Nick Viall.

If you’re reading this recap, however, you don’t want to wait any longer to find out which suitor received Kaitlyn’s final rose. (Not intended as a euphemism, but hey, it works!)

So let’s get the big news out of the way: Kaitlyn ultimately chose Shawn as the man with whom »


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Mindy Project Taps Raising Hope's Garret Dillahunt to Replace Dr. Lahiri

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Paging Dr. Garret Dillahunt.

The Raising Hope vet will recur on Season 4 of The Mindy Project as a new Ob-gyn at Shulman & Associates, our sister Deadline reports.

RelatedMindy Project Season 4 Premiere Title Revealed — But What Does It Mean?

Dillahunt’s Jody replaces Mindy when she goes on maternity leave. He is described as a charming southern gentleman with extremely traditional values who thinks the titular heroine is a tacky idiot.

The Mindy Project returns later this year on its new home, Hulu.

Related storiesTVLine Items: Dillahunt to Brooklyn, Cromwell Catches Fire and MoreTVLine Items: Justified Final-Season Scoop, Doctor Xmas Casting »


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Sherri Shepherd Books View Return

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The View‘s game of musical chairs continues, with a familiar face rejoining the chatfest.

Former co-host Sherri Shepherd will return to the struggling daytime talker — but as a contributor, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedThe View: Nicolle Wallace to Exit

Shepherd — who was part of the show for seven seasons — will appear in about 50 episodes.

Season 19 of The View will feature series staple Whoopi Goldberg, newly promoted permanent co-hosts actress Raven-Symoné and comedienne Michelle Collins, as well as new recruits Candace Cameron Bure (aka Full House’s DJ Tanner) and Gma Weekend co-anchor Paula Faris.

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Chicago Fire Recruits Scandal Alum Brian White as New Captain

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Another shakeup is in store for Firehouse 51.

Chicago Fire has tapped Brian White — who recently was set free on Scandal and currently appears on Mistresses — for a recurring role on Season 4, our sister site Deadline reports.

White will play Dallas Patterson, the new captain of the squad.

RelatedChicago Med Scoop: Grimm Alum Joins NBC Spinoff as Series Regular

Chicago Fire — which returns Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 10/9c — cast The Vampire DiariesSteven R. McQueen as a fresh candidate last week.

White’s other TV credits include Hostages, Beauty and the Beast, Men of a Certain Age and The Shield.

Chicago Fire fans, »


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Fuller House: CSI: Miami's Eva Larue Joins as [Spoiler]'s Wife

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Eva Larue, we hope you’re good with Swiffers and handy with lemon Pledge.

The CSI: Miami alum has been cast as Teri, the new wife of Bob Saget’s clean freak Danny, in Netflix’s Fuller House.

Photos Fuller House: Uncle Jesse Is Back in John Stamos’ On-Set Photo

Larue tweeted the news Monday:

Playing Danny Tanner's new wife Teri :-) #fullerhouse #fullhouse https://t.co/v1jVzrlo9U

Eva Larue (@ImEvaLaRue) July 27, 2015

In an early character description, Teri was described as “attractive, vivacious… and youthful” and as having “quite an appetite for Danny and isn’t afraid to shower him with affection. »


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Castle's Stana Katic Teases 'Event' that Shifts Season 8 Into 'Higher Velocity'

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Something big is about to go down on Castle, this much is now certain.

In a new interview with our sister site Deadline, Stana Katic reveals that an “event” takes place early this fall that will catapult Season 8 “into a higher velocity” and “is part of what will set everything up for the next 20 episodes.”

PhotosFall TV Preview: Who’s In? Who’s Out? Your Guide to 75+ Casting Moves

The inciting incident in question takes place within the first two episodes — installments that Katic dubs “brother and sister” — and, yep, it involves Rick and Kate.

“Part of the exciting thing »


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Originals' Nathaniel Buzolic Talks Kol's Return in 'Flashback-Heavy' Season 3

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We hope you’re thirsty, CW junkies, because your long, Nathaniel Buzolic-less drought is almost over.

PhotosSignificant Mother Exclusive: Nathaniel Buzolic Bares All for CW Comedy’s Poster

In addition to starring in the new comedy Significant Mother — a clothing-optional environment, to say the least — Buzolic will soon make his long-awaited return to The Originals, a fact executive producer Julie Plec revealed during the show’s panel at Comic-Con earlier this month.

Though Buzolic has yet to make the trek back to “New Orleans,” he tells TVLine he’s excited to continue exploring the fan-favorite character.

“From what I understand, »


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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Once, NCIS, Empire, Supernatural, NCIS: La, B99, The Middle, H50 and More

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Will there be blood when NCIS returns? How best to sum up the Once Upon a Time Season 5 premiere? Will Supernatural‘s Dean pay a price for snuffing Death? What’s the state of the Hawaii bromance? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

Have The Powers That Be at NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans clued you in on what their respective season premiere episodes are entitled? –Caitlin

No, but thanks for the reminder to ask! Airing Tuesday, Sept. 22, NCIS‘ season opener is titled (gulp) “Stop the Bleeding,” while NCIS: New Orleans will follow with “Sic Semper Tyrannis” – which, »


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The Grinder's Rob Lowe Is Seeing Double in Posters for Fox Comedy

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The Grinder‘s Dean Sanderson is many things, but modest is not one of them. At least, that’s what we’ve gleaned from the Fox comedy’s key art, which TVLine can exclusively reveal.

The fall series stars Rob Lowe as Dean, a beloved actor who played TV lawyer “The Grinder” for eight seasons. Upon returning home, Dean attempts to pursue a real law career, much to the chagrin of his attorney brother Stew (The Wonder YearsFred Savage).

RelatedFall TV First Impression: The Grinder

In the two images below, Dean proves he can’t get enough of the spotlight, »


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General Hospital: Did You Approve of Luke's (& Anthony Geary's) Farewell?

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Even if you’ve never watched a single episode of ABC’s General Hospital, there’s a good chance you’ve heard the names Luke Spencer and/or Anthony Geary.

The former is one half of Luke-and-Laura, the supercouple whose wedding was an historic TV event and whose exploits dominated daytime television in the 1970s and ’80s.

The latter is Luke’s portrayer, an eight-time Daytime Emmy winner who in Monday’s episode bid farewell to the soap he called home, off and on, since 1978.

Related General Hospital: Ron Carlivati Out as Headwriter, Two Soap Vets to Replace Him »


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TVLine Items: One Tree Hill Vet Goes Underground, Hot New Affair and More

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James Lafferty, you’re a long way from Tree Hill, N.C.

The Oth actor has joined Wgn America’s period drama Underground in a recurring role, per The Hollywood Reporter.

Premiering in 2016, the series follows a group of slaves who plan their 600-mile escape from a Georgia plantation, helped along the way by a secret abolitionist couple running a station on the Underground Railroad. Lafferty will play Kyle Risdin, a U.S. marshal who is intent on enforcing the Fugitive Slave Act.

RelatedSalem Renewed for Season 3

Lafferty joins a cast that includes Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: Svu), Adina Porter »


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Ed Sheeran Joins Bastard Executioner

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The Bastard Executioner is adding a surprising member to its A-team: singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran.

The successful pop star will recur as Sir Cormac, the highly (and dangerously) ambitious protégé of a church elder, per The Hollywood Reporter.

Video The Bastard Executioner: New Teases of Kurt Sutter’s Bloody Return to FX

Kurt Sutter’s 10-episode, 14th-century drama — which FX greenlit in May — “tells the story of a warrior knight in King Edward I’s charge who is broken by the ravages of war and vows to lay down his sword. But when that violence finds him again he is »


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Pretty Little Liars Finale: Black Widow, Red Coat and More Will Be Revealed

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When ABC Family dubbed this Pretty Little Liars‘ #SummerOfAnswers, it wasn’t messing around.

VideosPretty Little Liars Sneak Peek: Aria Recovers from Charles’ Latest Attack

According to the just-released synopsis for the summer finale (Aug. 11, 8/7c) — appropriately titled “Game Over, Charles” — we’re going to get answers to nearly every question posed during the show’s five-season run:

Who killed Toby’s mother? Who hit Alison in the head with the rock the night she went missing? Who is Red Coat? Who killed Bethany? Who is the Black Widow? Why has ‘A’ been targeting the PLLs all this time? »


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Melissa McCarthy to Produce TV Land Pilot About Her Groundlings Friends

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Emmy winner and big-screen comedian Melissa McCarthy (Mike & Molly, Spy) and her actor/director husband Ben Falcone (New Girl, Bridesmaids) will executive-produce a TV Land comedy pilot about — and written by — their friends from the Groundlings comedy troupe.

RelatedDukes of Hazzard Dropped by TV Land: Bad Rap for the Good Ol’ Boys?

Tentatively titled Friends With Melissa, the single-camera comedy will be penned and inspired by the lives of Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf and Rachel Ramras, who watched as peers from The Groundlings (McCarthy and Falcone included) went on to star in film comedies and win Oscars, while they »


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Fall TV Preview: Who's In? Who's Out? Your Guide to 75+ Casting Moves

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This fall, more than four dozen TV shows will be returning with new seasons — many of them populated by new faces. There will also be some notable absences.

RelatedFall TV Grid 2015: What’s on When? And Versus What?

To cite but a few examples, Oscar winner Marisa Tomei will spice up Empire, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is going to work on (and for?) The Good Wife, Michael Chiklis now wields a shield on Gotham and Arrow will find a new foe in Neal McDonough, while Castle, Sleepy Hollow and Criminal Minds are among the shows bidding cast adieu.

In this Fall TV Ins & Outs gallery, »


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Bugs Bunny Turns 75: Watch His Animated Debut in 'The Wild Hare'

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You’ve got to hand it to Bugs Bunny — he looks pretty good for 75. (Then again, he has been gray from the very beginning.)

Monday marks the iconic Looney Tunes wisecracker’s animated debut — opposite Elmer Fudd, no less — in the 1940 Warner Bros. short “The Wild Hare.”

The 7-minute cartoon features so many monumental firsts: the first time Bugs locked lips with an adversary, the first time he faked his own death and, of course, the first time he uttered those immortal words: “What’s up, »


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Ratings: Family Feud Finale Tops Night

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ABC’s Celebrity Family Feud wrapped its revival run on Sunday with 8.5 million total viewers and a 2.0 demo rating, steady week-to-week and topping the night in both measures.

Leading out of that, the BattleBots finale (4.6 mil/1.4) and Save My Life: Boston Trauma (3.4 mil/0.9) each dipped a tenth.

RelatedI Am Cait Series Premiere Recap: ‘I Just Hope I Get It Right’

Elsewhere:

* CBS’ Big Brother (5.9 mil/1.8) drew its largest Sunday audience of the summer while steady week-to-week in the demo.

RelatedThe Strain Recap: Lights Out

* NBC’s double pump of Welcome to Sweden (1.2 mil/0.3, 1.1 mil/0.2) dipped a tenth with its second half-hour. »


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