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NBC Renews Undateable for Season 2

6 hours ago

Exactly four weeks after NBC aired the final episodes of Undateable‘s first season, its star and executive producer took to Twitter with some very good news: Danny and the gang are coming back for a second season.

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Chris D’Elia was the first to share the comedy’s Season 2 renewal, which TVLine has confirmed:

Here to report – Undateable season 2 is a Go. Operation: Chris buys a spaceship is coming to fruition.—

Chris D'Elia (@chrisdelia) August 01, 2014

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Executive producer Bill Lawrence quickly followed that up with his own version of the »


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Big Brother Recap: All for One

7 hours ago

The Big Brother house should have a sign on its front door that reads “No Girls Allowed.”

Of the season’s first four evictions, three of the booted contestants have been ladies (and the only guy to be sent packing has been Devin, Dastardly Tyrant of the Land). And Thursday’s live eviction episode was no different; two women sat side by side once again, one of them much more at risk for leaving than the other.

Related  Scoop: Warren Kole Is ‘Following’ Kevin Williamson to CBS’ Stalker

The Week So Far | I know Zach and Frankie have taken to »


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Rookie Blue Recap: Deal With the Devil

7 hours ago

It’s just not Oliver’s day on Thursday’s Rookie Blue as Duncan continues to cause problems for the officers of 15 Division. Meanwhile, Chris is caught mid-high, and Gail reaches out to her ex.

Related Rookie Blue‘s Missy Peregrym Talks Andy and Sam’s Step Forward, ‘Big’ Issues Ahead

Duncan Fail Rating | I’m going to say nine, because at least he didn’t put any lives in physical jeopardy this time. Professional Standards pushes up the disciplinary meeting, forcing Oliver and Andy to scramble to put together her defense and explain why her reports on Duncan are kinder than reality. »


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ABC's Quest: Will You Continue On?

8 hours ago

Everealm is holding out for a hero; he or she has got to be fast, has got to be strong and has got to… complete all the challenges on The Quest, a new reality competition show which premiered Thursday on ABC.

Fortunately, 12 potential heroes-in-training, or “Paladins,” have already crossed over to this mystical realm, making their way over hill and dale and the Marwood Forest to the kingdom of Saenctum, where they are immediately tasked with saving everyone from the evil Verlox.

But that’s not all that happened in Thursday’s premiere. Before you tell us what you thought about The Quest, »


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Video: Comic-Con Highlights, Outtakes with the Stars of Castle, Bones, Once, True Blood, Community and More!

12 hours ago

If you thought TVLine’s Comic-Con interviews were fun — and, knock wood, you did — you’re really gonna get a kick out of this.

Video Watch Full Comic-Con Interviews With Stars of Once, Bates Motel, Bones, Gotham, Castle and More

It’s nearly five minutes of stars from Castle, Bones, True Blood, Once Upon a Time, The Walking Dead and more of your favorite series alternately cracking up and snarktastically sucking up to our own Michael Ausiello and Sdcc virgin Andy Swift.

By the time we’re done, we’ve sent Community creator Dan Harmon spiraling into a meltdown — that’s how ridic. »


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Once Upon a Time Season 4: New Shots of Frozen's Elsa and Kristoff Revealed

12 hours ago

Teased before and during the San Diego Comic-Con, ABC’s Once Upon a Time now has released several photos from the Season 4 premiere’s introduction of the Frozen characters Elsa and Kristoff.

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Played by Fringe‘s Georgina Haig, Elsa’s TV incarnation will pick up some time after the animated blockbuster left off, with kid sis Anna (newcomer Elizabeth Lail) heading for her wedding to ice merchant Kristoff (Greek’s Scott Michael Foster). In a short teaser shown at Comic-Con, the sibs meet at their parents’ gravestones, »


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John Stamos Guest-Starring on ABC's Galavant as a Knight in Singing Armor

13 hours ago

John Stamos has a long, colorful history of singing on ABC — Full House‘s Jesse and the Rippers, anyone? — but his next musical visit to the alphabet network will be a little more “dashing.”

Related ABC 2014 Fall Schedule Revealed

Stamos will guest-star on the upcoming musical comedy series Galavant, reports ABC News, as a rival for the show’s titular character, played by Joshua Sasse. Though he’s only scheduled to film one episode next month in England, there’s a chance Stamos’ character will recur.

“We are absolutely thrilled that John Stamos is joining us on the series as »


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Sharknado 2 Takes Much Bigger Chomp Out of Ratings, Up 180% Vs. Original

14 hours ago

It appears the sharks weren’t the only ones who came back for seconds.

Syfy’s Sharknado 2: The Second One on Wednesday night sucked 3.9 million total viewers into its vortex — making it the cabler’s most watched original movie ever — with 1.6 mil landing in the extra-tasty 18-49 demo, up 180 percent versus the original telepic.

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TVLine readers gave the over-the-top follow-up an average grade of “B+.”

The original Sharknado drew 1.4 million total viewers with its initial airing, with 570K landing in the demo. (Its first two encores »


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Emmys Poll 2014: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Drama?

14 hours ago

Not-so-good news for Breaking Bad‘s Anna Gunn and Downton Abbey‘s Maggie Smith. Not since Huff‘s Blythe Danner strode up to the podium in 2006 has there been a repeat winner in the Emmy race for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

If Emmy voters continue the trend of spreading the wealth in the category, Gunn and Smith — who respectively snagged Supporting Actress statuettes in 2013 and 2012 — will have to settle for the honor of simply being nominated.

Related  Emmys 2014: Who Should Win Lead Actor in a Drama? Take Our Poll!

The Good Wife‘s Christine Baranski, meanwhile, »


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TVLine Items: SNL Alum Visits B99, Scandal, CSI Castings and More

16 hours ago

Jenny Slate is reuniting with fellow Saturday Night Live vet Andy Samberg.

The actress will drop by Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Season 2 premiere, airing Sept. 28 on Fox, EW.com reports.

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Slate — who currently stars on FX’s Married — guests as a tough, street-smart mob mistress who Jake (Samberg) encounters while working undercover for the FBI.

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

* Kelen Coleman (CBS’ upcoming sitcom The McCarthys) will make an appearance in Scandal‘s Season 4 premiere, per The Hollywood Reporter. »


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Rectify Sneak Peek: See What Inspires Amantha to Scream 'Eff That!'

16 hours ago

Who’s up for a game of Good News/Bad News? Not Rectify‘s Amantha, apparently.

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In TVLine’s exclusive first look at tonight’s episode (Sundance TV, 9/8c), Jon sits Amantha down to discuss the latest development in her brother’s case, specifically that Daniel could be facing 10 more years in prison if he accepts a new plea deal.

You’ll have to watch the clip to find out exactly how Amantha responds to this news, but let’s just say the phrase “Eff that! »


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Girls Courts Spike Jonze for Guest-Starring Role in Season 4

17 hours ago

Girls‘ latest guest casting is sure to take the HBO comedy in an unexpected direction.

Related Girls Star Allison Williams Lands Lead in NBC’s Peter Pan Live!

Actor/writer/director/producer Spike Jonze will appear in a Season 4 episode, TVLine has learned exclusively, playing a character named Marcos.

In addition to his extensive film work, both on and off-camera, Jonze’s TV credits include a recurring role on IFC’s The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret.

Jonze joins a long list of previously announced Season 4 guest stars, including: Gillian Jacobs as Mimi-Rose, Jason Ritter as Scott, Zachary Quinto »


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Running Wild With Bear Grylls Preview: Will Ben Stiller Be Left Hanging...?!

17 hours ago

In the Running Wild With Bear Grylls series premiere, Zac Efron had an awkward, worm filled moment. Now it’s Ben Stiller’s turn to meet… his breaking point.

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When the show returns next Monday (NBC, 8/7c), Stiller and noted survivalist Bear Grylls will be making a two-day excursion to Northern Scotland, where they’ll be exploring the rocky mountains of the Isle of Skye. But as seen in the clip below, the Secret Life of Walter Mitty star might not be up for the challenge.

Will Grylls »


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Ratings: Taxi Brooklyn Hits Highs Vs. Sharknado 2, While Extant Stabilizes

18 hours ago

NBC’s Taxi Brooklyn ain’t afraid of no sharknado, this Wednesday taking along 5.6 million total passengers paired with a 1.1 rating, up 6 percent and a tenth to hit series highs.

Putting some gas in Taxi‘s tank, America’s Got Talent did 10.6 mil and a 2.2, adding a few eyeballs but down two tenths in the demo week-to-week.

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(Update: Sharknado 2 numbers are now in, for Simon Jester and the rest of you.)

Related Extant Recap: The Unkindest Cut

Over on CBS, Big Brother (6.5 mil/2.2) dipped a tenth »


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Kingdom Trailer: Matt Lauria, Nick Jonas Strip Down, Get Ripped In DirecTV's Testosterone-Fueled Drama

18 hours ago

DirecTV is opening the gates of its buzzy new Kingdom to reveal a jacked Matt Lauria and Nick Jonas in near-constant states of undress.

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The series, billed as a gritty family drama set against the backdrop of the renegade subculture of Mixed Martial Arts, stars Prison Break alum Frank Grillo as Alvey Kulina, an Mma legend and owner of a Venice, CA-based gym. Jonas plays Nate, Alvey’s prize-fighter son and younger brother to Jay (an unrecognizable Jonathan Tucker). Lauria, meanwhile, portrays a world-class athlete who had (and lost) it all. »


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Rush Sneak Peek: Harry Hamlin Debuts as William's Estranged Father

19 hours ago

Here are six words you probably weren’t expecting to read today: It’s Harry Hamlin to the rescue!

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The TV vet, most recently seen on AMC’s Mad Men, makes his debut on Rush tonight (USA Network, 9/8c) as the titular doctor’s father Warren, and TVLine has an exclusive first look at his grand entrance.

In the video below, Dr. William Rush reaches out to his estranged father — a retired doctor, himself — during a moment of crisis, and Warren makes him an offer he can »


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Killer ABC Promo: Ellen Pompeo and Kerry Washington Welcome Viola Davis to 'Shondaland Thursday'

22 hours ago

What do you get the woman who has everything — including her own night of television? Her very own fall-tv promo, natch.

To hype its newly christened “Shondaland Thursday,” ABC has released an extended promo that features Shonda Rhimes chatting up Grey’s Anatomy‘s Ellen Pompeo, Scandal‘s Kerry Washington and How to Get Away with Murder’s Viola Davis about their “historic” one-two-three punch — which launches Thursday, Sept. 25.

Related Shonda Rhimes Teases Grey’s Anatomy Time Jump and a [Spoiler]-Centric Season

Press Play above and then hit the comments with an answer to this question: Will you be watching »


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Extant Recap: The Unkindest Cut

30 July 2014 8:28 PM, PDT

Molly, John and Ethan have an island getaway in this week’s Extant, but sadly, it is not the all-inclusive respite they so sorely need. Instead of quaffing daiquiris and listening to Jimmy Buffett tunes, Molly loses one kid and undergoes involuntary surgery that (probably?) removes the other.

Sandals, it ain’t.

Read on as we review the major developments in “Shelter.”

Related Scoop: Warren Kole Is ‘Following’ Kevin Williamson to Stalker

Family Vacation | Molly, John and Ethan ditch their car in a parking lot and charter a boat over to the island where Molly’s estranged father, Quinn, lives. »


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Sharknado 2: The 13 Best Worst Lines and 13 Fishiest Leaps of Logic

30 July 2014 8:00 PM, PDT

As Syfy’s Sharknado 2: The Second One touched down on Wednesday, the forecast called for world-class groaners and epic leaps of logic. And yet… the sequel was a whale of a good time, easily doubling the entertainment quotient of the original shlockfest.

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In fact, rather than wait for TVLine’s 20-ish Questions or Quotes of the Week columns, Sharknado 2 deserves a standalone showcase for its very “best” worst dialogue and the Wtf? moments that dropped like flaming hammerheads. Review our picks, then share your own!

The 13 Best Bad Lines….

“Two of my friends were killed, »


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So You Think You Can Dance Recap: It's Just Emotions, Taking Me Over

30 July 2014 7:30 PM, PDT

How can I adequately express my feelings about So You Think You Can Dance‘s Top 14 performance show? Allow me to take a cue from Paramore’s Hayley Williams: “After all this time, I’m still into you.”

Okay, okay, I realize that’s cheesy. But let’s face it: During the 120 minutes allotted for Wednesday’s episode, it was hard not to be legitimately frustrated that this gem of a reality competition series so often flies under the radar, when even in its 11th season, performers are still earning three-judge standing O’s (and millions from viewers’ living rooms, »


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