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Bates Motel Boss Dissects Premiere Twists, Confirms [Spoiler] Theory

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Norman Bates’ final descent into Psychosis has begun.

The fifth and final season of A&E’s Bates Motel got underway Monday night, and it was completely, utterly, gloriously nuts. It was also heartbreaking. And on at least one occasion, slightly mystifying.

Below, showrunner Kerry Ehrin tackles some of my burning questions about the premiere, while also teasing what craziness awaits in the remaining nine episodes.

VideosBates Motel Trailer: Rihanna Checks In as Marion Crane During Final Season

Tvline | The biggest shocker of the episode for me — Norman is a total slob!

Kerry Ehrin | [Laughs] Hilarious. He’s a boy »

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Quantico Recap: Two Become One

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Need to catch up? Check out the previous Quantico recap.

By the end of this week’s Quantico, the final one featuring two timelines, we know this much is true:

The mastermind behind the terrorist attack at the G20 summit was Lydia.

Alex and Ryan are very much in an “off” phase of their on-again, off-again romance.

Harry likely is never going to get the justice he’s chased all season.

Owen definitely is one of the good guys. (At least, for now.)

The damage Lydia did is going to take a new team of FBI and CIA agents to handle… »

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Timeless EPs Talk Rittenhouse Twist, [Spoiler]'s Condition, Season 2 Plans

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Warning: The following contains spoilers for Monday’s Timeless finale

Timeless dropped a mother of a twist during Monday night’s finale when Lucy’s mom, Carol (played by Susanna Thompson), revealed to her daughter that she’s a member of Rittenhouse. That makes Lucy something akin to Rittenhouse royalty, coming from two of the mysterious organization’s strongest bloodlines.

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

“Rittenhouse has an operative on the mothership” — that would be Emma, who’s a mole! — “and soon they will control everything: the past and the present, »

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Supergirl Recap: Valentine's Day Brings Out Kara's Inner 'Nasty Woman'

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Supergirl‘s belated salute to Valentine’s Day could have doubled as the weirdest Bachelorette finale I’ve ever seen.

RelatedSupergirl‘s Mr. Mxyzptlk Explains His ‘Updated’ Look

Two suitors remained at the top of Monday’s episode: Mon-El, the reformed bad boy from Daxam, and Mxyzptlk, the smarmy charmer from the Fifth Dimension. And following an hour of made-for-tv drama — honestly, I half expected Chris Harrison to emerge from behind an icicle in the Fortress of Solitude to take over hosting duties — Kara did, in fact, agree to marry one of her suitors.

“I’m not in love with him, »

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24: Legacy Recap: Daddy Issues

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This week on Fox’s 24: Legacy, Senator Donovan questioned the latest evidence against his chief of staff, Nicole swung into action and Carter did what the hero here typically does — went against CTU’s orders!

RelatedRatings: 24: Legacy and Apb Drop in Week 2

Pop Quizzed | As Nilaa got hauled to CTU for further interrogation, Senator Donovan continued to question his longtime colleague’s guilt — as well as raised an eyebrow when his father didn’t scratch his own head the slightest. After an assistant ran background on the allegedly damning mosque incident and corroborated Nilaa’s story — she went »

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Vampire Diaries Series Finale: Elena, Stefan Reunite in Latest Teaser

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Dear CW, you’re killing us.

Sincerely, fans of The Vampire Diaries.

Following this week’s Kai-centric episode, the network on Monday made public its latest teaser for the March 10 series finale, this time tossing Stefan into the mix.

PhotosVampire Diaries Series Finale Wraps: ‘Tears,’ Cake and More From Everyone’s Last Day on Set

No, we don’t hear any new dialogue — still the same “What happened? Why am I here right now?” from Elena — but we do see that she’s speaking these words to Stefan, who appears dressed for a fancy occasion. (Like, say, his wedding to Caroline? »

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TVLine Items: Arrangement Premiere Online, Veep Season 6 Tease and More

8 hours ago

Looks like you’ll have access to E!’s Arrangement earlier than everyone thought.

The cable network has made the premiere of its new drama, The Arrangement, available online ahead of its March 5 airdate (10/9c).

RelatedThe Arrangement Creator: E! Series Is Not About ‘TomKat’ or Scientology

The upcoming series — which stars Josh Henderson (Dallas), Christine Evangelista (Chicago Fire) and Michael Vartan (Alias) — centers on an A-list Hollywood superstar who has ties to a controversial organization and who offers a young actress a marital contract.

You can watch the entire hour-length episode (minus commercials) by pressing Play on the video above. »

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The Detour's Natalie Zea on Season 2: Robin's Shady NYC Past, an 'Incredible' Home Birth and Sam Bee's Return

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Remember, at the end of The Detour‘s first season, when the cops showed Nate all the photos of a woman who looked a lot like Robin? All those hairdos? Those ’80s and ’90s styles?

If you liked that, series star Natalie Zea says, you’ll be quite satisfied with the TBS comedy’s Season 2, which kicks off Tuesday at 10/9c.

VideosThe Detour Season 2 Promo: The Parkers Prove ‘It’s Fun Being Weird’

“Oh, you just wait,” she tells TVLine, laughing. “I’m hanging on to these incredible photographs that I haven’t been able to post on social media, »

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Major Crimes Boss Sounds Off: I Hope New Wednesday Slot Isn't a Problem

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TNT’s Major Crimes at long last resumes Season 5 this week — though for the first time in its history, not airing on Mondays.

Instead, the offshoot of The Closer — which also called Monday home — will be airing Wednesdays at 9/8c, starting Feb. 22. As such, you can understand if the series’ creator is a bit anxious.

RelatedTNT’s Major Crimes Renewed for Season 6

“This is not the night I would have picked, and this is not the time of year that I would have picked to come back on,” James Duff shared with TVLine, as part of our Season 5B preview »

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Ratings: NCIS: La Slips But Tops Night, Leading Out of Good Fight Preview

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Leading out of The Good Fight‘s Sunday preview on CBS, the conclusion of NCIS: Los Angeles‘ mole hunt storyline drew 8.5 million total viewers and a 1.1 rating, down 25 and 21 percent from its previous, weeks-ago outing yet tying Fox’s The Simpsons for the nightly demo win.

RelatedNCIS: La Mole Hunt Ends With Another Betrayal, Hint at Granger’s Exit

The Good Fight‘s broadcast sneak peek drew 7.2 mil and a 0.7 (and an average TVLine reader grade of “A-“), matching  The Good Wife‘s smallest audience while landing a tenth below its predecessor’s lowest rating.

RelatedThe Good Fight: »

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Shadowhunters Sneak Peek: Jace and Clary Relay the Angel's Twisted Vision

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Luke gets some good news and some bad news on Monday’s Shadowhunters (Freeform, 8/7c), though it’s kind of hard to differentiate between the two.

RelatedMarvel’s Cloak & Dagger: Olivia Holt, Aubrey Joseph Cast in Freeform Series

In TVLine’s exclusive sneak peek from the revealing episode, Jace and Clary arrive at the Jade Wolf with a bucket of knowledge to dump on their (understandably) angry were-pal. And right when you think things get any worse…

“Just now on the rooftop, he showed us both a vision of a demon that could destroy the sword,” Jace says.

RelatedYoung & Hungry: »

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Writers Guild Awards: FX Wins Big With Atlanta, O.J. and The Americans

19 February 2017 8:20 PM, PST

The 69th Annual Writers Guild Awards were handed out Sunday night in Los Angeles and New York City, and FX walked away with four of the most coveted trophies.

Donald Glover’s Atlanta was recognized as both TV’s Best Comedy and Best New Series, while The Americans took home the gold for Best Drama and The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story won for Best Long-Form Adapted Series.

RelatedNAACP Image Awards: This Is Us, black-ish, Queen Sugar Among Winners

NBC’s This Is Us and Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt earned individual episode accolades. Fellow Netflix laugher »

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The Royals Star Breaks Down 'Hardcore' Finale: Did Cyrus Blow His Brains Out?

19 February 2017 8:00 PM, PST

A new villain revealed himself in the final moments of The Royals‘ third season finale — only he’s not new. In fact, the little bugger has been hiding in plain sight all season.

RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?

Over the course of Sunday’s eye-opening hour, it became increasingly clear that Prince King Robert is to blame for everyone’s misery: He burned Jasper’s love letter, which basically catapulted Eleanor into Sebastian’s arms; he made Willow his top pick for queen after calling Kathryn a “whore”; and »

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The Walking Dead's Pollyanna McIntosh Talks Jadis' Origins and the 'Loveliest' Compliment Andrew Lincoln Paid Her

19 February 2017 7:07 PM, PST

When The Walking Dead’s showrunner Scott Gimple told TVLine that viewers would dig the group being introduced in “New Best Friends,” I’ll admit I was skeptical. To me, the AMC drama already seemed overpopulated. But, after getting a load of Pollyanna McIntosh’s Jadis and her fantastically freaky junkyard collective, I’m eating my words. They. Are. Awesome. Even series lead Andrew Lincoln agrees. “One of my loveliest moments on set,” the Scottish actress says, “was when he turned around and went, ‘You guys are weird. I like you.'”

PhotosWalking Dead‘s 22 Most Painful Deaths

Endearingly, »

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Walking Dead Recap: Little 'Right' Lie

19 February 2017 7:05 PM, PST

Last week’s midseason premiere of The Walking Dead left us with questions — big ones.

Why did being held at gunpoint by a group of strangers make Rick smile? Who’s been spying on Alexandria? Why did Gabriel clean out the pantry? With whom did he drive off? Helpfully, Sunday’s excellent hour answered them all (and so will this recap). Shall we?

RelatedThe Walking Dead Showrunner on the Midseason Premiere’s Final Moment, [Spoiler]’s Betrayal, ‘All-Out War’

‘No Guns For Bad Boys’ | As “New Best Friends” began, the Kingdom’s delivery to the Saviors went south when, in »

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Big Little Lies Premiere: Are You Sold on HBO's Rich-Moms Miniseries?

19 February 2017 6:59 PM, PST

Welcome to beautiful Monterey, California, where everything is a high-class, top-dollar affair… even the homicides.

Sunday’s premiere of Big Little Lies — HBO’s seven-part adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s bestselling novel — opens on a grim crime scene at a lavish school fundraiser. Somebody’s dead, and the town’s nosy residents are all too happy to gossip to the cops about who might be responsible. The victim suffered severe fractures to the pelvis and skull, and the detectives rule the death a homicide, but we don’t learn who actually died, much less who killed them. We do learn a lot, »

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NCIS: La Recap: Mole Hunt Ends With Another Betrayal, Hint at Big Exit

19 February 2017 6:56 PM, PST

CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles concluded its long-running mole storyline on Sunday night, but not before raising the curtain on another snitch, letting one shady sort slip away and seemingly setting the stage for a cast member’s sad swan song.

RelatedInside Line: Scoop on NCIS‘s McGee and More

When last we tuned in, “Sullivan” aka CIA Officer Ferris had taken Kensi hostage, drugging her and wheeling her off to the basement of a church in Koreatown. Determined to exact “payback” for his lost leg, he revved up an electric saw, but Kensi bought herself a bit of time by »

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Homeland Recap: Rock Beats Scissors, But Gun Beats Rock

19 February 2017 6:55 PM, PST

Need to catch up? Check out the previous Homeland recap here.

You’d think last week’s shocking van explosion would be Carrie’s main priority this week on Homeland. But instead, another ticking time bomb took precedence in an intense nail-biter of an episode.

During a news alert about Sekou’s van exploding — two people were killed, including Sekou, with six more injured — Quinn notices that a fragment of Sekou’s blasted van says “Medina Medley.” (Remember, he saw Black-Hatted Guy from across the street enter a parking lot full of Medina Medley vans.) Reda calls Carrie and tells »

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The Good Fight: 15 Moments We Must Discuss Right This Second

19 February 2017 5:59 PM, PST

I have a few more things to say about Sunday’s premiere of The Good Fight — 15 things, to be exact.

As my rave review last week made abundantly clear, I’m totally on board with Robert and Michelle King’s Good Wife sequel, which debuted Sunday on both CBS network and CBS All Access. And based on the early poll results emerging from the nether regions of my recap, it appears many of you share my enthusiasm. 

In fact, I was so enamored with the spinoff’s opening hour that I watched it not once, not twice, not three times, »

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The Good Fight: Did the Good Wife Spinoff Make a Strong Case?

19 February 2017 5:57 PM, PST

The Good Fight was indeed good — but was it $5.99 good?

In the months leading up to The Good Wife spinoff, TVLine readers far and wide groused about having to pay CBS All Access’ monthly subscription rate for the privilege of watching the continuing adventures of Diane Lockhart & Co. But all the sound and fury signified nothing in my mind since the protests erupted before anyone had actually seen the offshoot.

PhotosThe Good Fight: 15 Moments We Must Discuss Right This Second

Well, on Sunday, CBS offered a free preview of The Good Fight‘s sublime opening hour (with the »

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