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Younger Season 2 Trailer: Is Liza and Josh's 'New Relationship' Doomed?

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TV Land’s Younger returns for its second season on Jan. 13 (10/9c), and as Liza’s life becomes more complicated, having to keep her little secret becomes the least of her worries.

RelatedTVLine Items: Glee‘s Matthew Morrison to Guest-Star on Younger, Riddick TV Series Talk and More

“As we head into Season 2 … her relationships with all the different characters grow and become more and more real,” star Sutton Foster says in the above trailer, which originally aired Friday as part of TV Land’s Season 1 marathon. “It makes it even harder for her to sort of keep going.”

Speaking of relationships, »

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The Flash Stars Preview Wally West's Arrival, Mistletoe Action, New Power

17 hours ago

A Santa Claus metahuman won’t be coming down the chimney during The Flash‘s Christmas-themed fall finale on Dec. 8 (The CW, 8/7c) — but there will most definitely be an intriguing new visitor on the scene.

RelatedArrow/The Flash Stars Preview ‘Bigger, Crazier’ Crossover Event — Plus: Who’s Mia? Which Reunion Didn’t Happen?

At the moment, Joe doesn’t know that he has a son, but that will change when he and Iris meet Wally West (played by Dance Academy‘s Keiynan Lonsdale) during the pivotal installment.

The hour is “a lot about family, which is a big »

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Ratings: Amazing Race Steady While Santa Claus Tops Quiet Friday

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ABC’s broadcast of Santa Claus Is Comin’ Town drew 4.5 million total viewers and a 1.1 rating, tying 20/20 (4.7 mil/1.1) for the nightly demo win on this quiet, post-Thanksgiving Friday.

CBS’ Blue Bloods rerun easily drew the night’s largest audience, with 7.5 million viewers.

RelatedWhen Will Your Favorite Shows Return From the Holidays? Save These Dates!

Opening CBS’ night, a fresh Amazing Race did 5.5 mil and a 1.0, dipping 8 percent in audience while steady in the demo.

PhotosTV’s 27 Most Polarizing Characters: Do You Love ‘Em… or Loathe ‘Em?

Fox’s MasterChef Junior (3.2 mil/0.9) slipped 16 percent and two tenths, while World’s Funniest »

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TVLine's Performer of the Week: Justin Theroux

21 hours ago

The Performers | Justin Theroux

The Show | The Leftovers

The Episode | “International Assassin” (Nov. 22, 2015)

The Performance | After The Leftovers had Kevin’s one-night stand “depart” mid-tryst and gave him Patti as the world’s worst imaginary friend, we would have wagered that we had seen Theroux do it all. And, if you’ll recall, do it well. But we would have lost that bet in a big way.

As the drama out-Twin Peaks’d Twin Peaks at its weirdest with this week’s “International Assassin,” the actor — criminally overlooked thus far by the Emmys — miraculously grounded the episode in reality »

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The Voice: Advice — and Dream Set Lists — for the Season 9 Top 10

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We’re a mere 10 days away from The Great and Unforgiving Bloodletting of The Voice Season 9 — and that means whether you’re a fan of front-runner Jordan Smith or underdog Korin Bukowski, you’ve got a reason to be on edge.

RelatedCancellation Jitters: 8 Shows in Danger

Indeed, on Dec.8, a whopping five artists will get the boot — leaving four singers to duke it out in the following week’s finale. Which, in essence, means there’s absolutely no room for error — in terms of song choice or execution – from now until the season-ending confetti shower.

RelatedTV’s 27 Most Polarizing Characters: Do You Love ‘Em… »

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TV's 27 Most Polarizing Characters: Do You Love 'Em... or Loathe 'Em?

27 November 2015 11:32 AM, PST

A funny thing happened to the TV characters who made our original “Most Polarizing” list: many are no longer with us! (Was it something we said?)

Actually, chalk it up to cancellations and such. Regardless, that mass exodus of those you love, love, love or haaaaate has created a void, which we are here to fill.

RelatedCalendar: When Will Your Favorite Shows Return From the Holidays?

TVLine pays attention, taking notice of the characters that, like clockwork, spark debate — be it either Arrow blonde, a traitorous S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, the ruler of an Empire, Once Upon »

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Ratings: As NBC Football Dominates Thanksgiving, Two CBS Shows Rise

27 November 2015 10:31 AM, PST

NBC Sunday Night Football‘s Thanksgiving night broadcast of the Bears/Packers drew 25.2 million total viewers and an 8.0 demo rating (per fast nationals), up 10 and 8 percent year over year and topping CBS’ four fresh offerings combined.

Related: When Will Your Favorite Shows Return From the Holidays? Save These Dates!

That said, leading out of an old Bang (12.8 mil/3.4), CBS’ Life in Pieces (8 mil/2.2) is currently up 22 percent in the demo from last week. Mom (6.7 mil/1.6) and 2 Broke Girls (5.9 mil/1.6) each dipped one tenth, while Elementary (5.3 mil/1.0) ticked up a tenth.

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Is Jessica Jones a Super-Easy Costume? Is Glenn Still a Dead Man? How Will Who Bring Clara Back? And More TV Qs

27 November 2015 10:04 AM, PST

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Doctor Who, The Good Wife and Chicago Fire!

1 | Has Jessica Jones given young women the easiest (and a modest!) superhero costume to pull off? (That said, doesn’t it kind of look like Shiri Appleby’s UnREAL wardrobe?) And after so many start-and-stops, has Rachael Taylor (Charlie’s Angels, 666 Park, Crisis…) finally found herself a winner?

PhotosCancellation Jitters: 8 Shows in Danger

2 | Shouldn’t Grimm‘s Rosalee be getting some »

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Movember Check-In: Judging Beards From Arrow, Walking Dead and More

27 November 2015 9:24 AM, PST

TV beards can go one of two ways: They’re either so epic that they deserve their own on-screen credit, or so dreadful that they deserve to be written off — like, yesterday.

RelatedQuantico: 5 Things to Know About Marcia Cross’ Big TV Return

As we approach the end of November — and the end of Movember, an annual campaign in which participants stop shaving to raise awareness for various cancers — TVLine is taking a look at some of the small screen’s most famous, and often polarizing, beards for your judging viewing pleasure.

We’ve compiled more than 10 examples from shows like The Walking Dead, »

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Quantico: 5 Things to Know About Marcia Cross' Big TV Return

27 November 2015 7:01 AM, PST

Quantico‘s Caleb and Clayton Haas better get themselves in line, because in a few weeks’ time, mama’s coming home.

As previously reported, Desperate HousewivesMarcia Cross soon will debut in the recurring role of Claire, the wife of the FBI Deputy Director and mother of the conflicted recruit.

Casting the primetime vet “was like kismet,” executive producer Joshua Safran tells TVLine. “I’m very grateful that happened.”

Related Quantico Sneak Peek: Is an FBI Interrogator Going to Torture Alex?!

Aside from a few one-off roles, Cross hasn’t done much TV work since Desperate Housewives ended in 2012.

“The role was written for her. »

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Once Upon a Time Video: Regina and Snow Throw Shade at Emma's Plan

27 November 2015 6:15 AM, PST

This Sunday on Once Upon a Time (ABC, 8/7c), Regina and Snow White get wind of the Dark Hook situation Emma created, and their reaction is… well, understandable (and full of eye rolls), as seen in this exclusive sneak peek.

PhotosOnce Upon a Time: Dark Hook Targets Rumple, Zelena Wants Her Baby

As revealed two weeks ago, Emma tethered Hook to Excalibur in order to save his life back in Camelot, after he had been mortally wounded by the enchanted blade. But in doing so, she sealed both their fates as Dark Ones, creating a “bigger problem,” Regina notes, than »

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Bones Stars Send 'Happy Thanksgiving' Wishes — From the Old West

26 November 2015 10:18 AM, PST

Filed under “Too Cute Not to Share,” Bones stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz recorded a “Happy (Cruelty-Free) Thanksgiving” message to fans, whilst “undercover” as cowboys for an upcoming episode.

RelatedFox Midseason Plan: New Girl Returns, Sleepy Moves, Bones Mia

Happy #Thanksgiving from all of us. #Bones https://t.co/ooxGCoUavU

Bones (@BONESonFOX) November 26, 2015

In the ninth episode of Season 11, titled “The Cowboy in the Contest” and airing Dec. 10, Booth and Brennan undergo one of their well-loved undercover operations, to look into shenanigans at an Old West-theme shooting competition.

Who among you were already planning to abide by Deschanel and serve “tofurky” this evening? »

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2015: Al Roker's Tummy Poke, the Scariest Balloons and More Weirdness

26 November 2015 9:23 AM, PST

You’ve got to love the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, that one magical event every year where the Kool-Aid Guy and Hello Kitty can put their politics aside — they have opposing views about Palestine — and just be thankful they’re both still relevant.

PhotosMacy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 2015: 16 Must-Discuss Moments

This year’s spectacle might have appeared to be business-as-usual, but if you really paid attention — specifically to every delightfully bizarre question asked by America’s foremost sharter Al Roker — there was plenty to get excited about.

PhotosFriends: The One Where We Rank All the Thanksgiving Episodes

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Ratings: Empire and Survivor Slip to Series Lows on Thanksgiving Eve

26 November 2015 9:06 AM, PST

Fox’s Empire saw its numbers get gobbled up by Thanksgiving eve traveling and planning, slipping 19 and 30 percent to 9.1 million total viewers and a 3.1 demo rating — series lows on both counts.

RelatedEmpire Recap: He Kissed a Girl (¡!¡!) — Did He Like It?

Opening Fox’s night, Rosewood (4.6 mil/1.2) shed a few eyeballs plus three tenths in the demo, also hitting series lows.

RelatedWhen Will Your Favorite Shows Return From the Holidays? Save These Dates!

Over on CBS, Survivor‘s double-pump averaged 8.2 mil/1.8, down 10 and 14 percent to series lows for a non-reunion episode. With a beefier lead-in, Code Black (7.6 mil/1.4) rose 15 percent and two tenths, »

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Friends: The One Where We Rank All the Thanksgiving Episodes

26 November 2015 6:21 AM, PST

Holidays can be a joyous time with family — or a wonderful time to catch up with Friends.

The classic sitcom made Thanksgiving an annual tradition — except for that one year it was too busy with Ross, Rachel and the world’s most unnecessary pros-and-cons list (I mean, Julie, really?!) — leaving millions of viewers to anticipate how the Central Perk Six would celebrate the glutenous occasion.

Related2016 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled?

Whether the holiday was marked by the disappearance of Underdog, or the arrival of A-list guest stars like Brad Pitt and Christina Applegate, viewers »

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TVLine Readers Give Thanks for Arrow, Parks and Rec, The Good Wife, Once, Kimmy Schmidt, Grey's and More!

25 November 2015 9:03 PM, PST

As TVLine readers gather ’round the dinner table this Thanksgiving, based on what you’ve told us, many of you will be raising a glass to another superb year of television.

Now that Team TVLine has shared its small-screen gratitude, it’s time to highlight the characters, shows and scenes that left you feeling thankful in 2015.

PhotosWhat TVLine Is Thankful For: Vampire Rebirth, Juicier Scandal, More Gilmore, Peggy Olson, Sleepy Joe and More

From How to Get Away With Murder‘s groundbreaking HIV storyline to Parks and Rec‘s farewell season to Pretty Little Liars‘ big ‘A’ reveal, you gave »

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Empire Recap: He Kissed a Girl (¡!¡!) — Did He Like It?

25 November 2015 9:01 PM, PST

Poor Laz Delgado!

Adam Rodriguez’s duplicitous Empire character ends this week’s episode — and possibly his run on the series — on the brink of being turned into just another Malbec stain on Cookie’s office carpet, but winds up getting upstaged by a vomiting junkie, a completely crazy kiss and (not so surprisingly) the Lyon matriarch’s eye-popping new jacket (a Tom Ford for Sesame Street original, naturally).

RelatedWhat TVLine Is Thankful For: Vampire Rebirth, Empire‘s Closet, Juicier Scandal, More Gilmore, Sleepy Joe and More

Worst part is, even if he survives Lucious’ “oh, baby boy, you are soooo dead” death-stare, »

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Dr. Phil Check-in: Give Thanks for Your Family — at Least Your Father's Not 'The Breast-Pump Bandit'

25 November 2015 3:13 PM, PST

On Wednesday’s Thanksgiving-eve installment of Dr. Phil, our titular truth-bomb-dropper was determined to find what might qualify as rock bottom for his latest guest, hapless enabler Laura. “Maybe it’s a house covered in blood, a urine-filled vase and a woman running around high!” he said enthusiastically, before cutting to commercial.

RelatedCancellation Jitters: 8 Shows in Danger

“Wait just a second, though,” I thought to myself. “Wasn’t Laura’s personal nadir the moment the local press nicknamed her (now ex-) husband John “The Breast-Pump Bandit”? (John got the name because of his penchant for shoplifting the maternity products, then selling them online for cash. »

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TVLine Items: Olsen-less Fuller House, HBO Sets Animals Debut and More

25 November 2015 12:22 PM, PST

It’s official: Netflix’s upcoming Tanner family reunion won’t include an appearance from Michelle.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who portrayed the youngest Tanner sibling on Full House, will definitely not appear on the streaming service’s Fuller House revival, co-star Lori Loughlin tells The Huffington Post.

RelatedFuller House: New Photos Reveal the Tanner Home’s Updated Look

Loughlin revealed that Season 1 of the continuation has “wrapped and they didn’t come in,” adding, “I don’t think they’re going to make a cameo [in future seasons]. They didn’t this season.”

Executive producer Robert L. Boyett initially said »

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Quantico Sneak Peek: Is an FBI Interrogator Going to Torture Alex?!

25 November 2015 11:59 AM, PST

When an interrogator known for his… thorough work apologizes in advance for your questioning — that’s when it’s time to panic.

So it’s perfectly understandable that Alex looks less assured than normal in this exclusive clip from Sunday’s episode of Quantico (ABC, 10/9c) — there’s a good chance a waterboarding (or worse) lies in her immediate future.

RelatedQuantico Scoop: Htgawm, Damages Actors Among Season 1 Additions

The episode finds present-day Alex at the mercy of an FBI team that prides itself on getting intel others can’t. And given that Agent Parrish turned herself into the Bureau at »

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