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The Voice Recap: School of Hard Knockouts

4 hours ago

Forgive me for stealing Carson Daly’s hyperactive terrier refrain — “We’Ve Got A Steal!” — and twisting it into a battle cry for The Voice‘s Season 11 Knockout Rounds.

RelatedThe Voice Renewed for Two Seasons, Gwen Stefani to Return as Coach

Just when this cycle of NBC’s reality singing competition was starting to look sleepier than Christina Aguilera during an Adam Levine monologue, tonight’s two-hour extravaganza delivered not one, not two, but five or six potential contenders to Alisan Porter’s iron(-throated) throne.

Oh, yes, ladies and gentlemen… “We’Ve Got A Season!”

Knockouts mentors/upsettingly »

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Dancing With the Stars Week 7 Recap: Did the Right Couple Go Home?

4 hours ago

We’ve reached Week 7 of Dancing With the Stars‘ 23rd season, and you know what that means: It’s become very clear which contestants stand a chance at the Mirrorball… and which ones, well, don’t.

As the remaining couples performed iconic styles from different eras in history, a handful of duos proved exactly why they should be part of the finale in four weeks’ time. The others, unfortunately, struggled to make a convincing pitch for viewers’ precious votes.

Let’s break down the best and worst performances from Eras Night:

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? »

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Jane the Virgin Boss Talks Rafael's Love Life, Jane and Michael's Sexy Moment

4 hours ago

Warning: The following contains spoilers from Monday’s Jane the Virgin

Prepare for sexy times, Jane the Virgin fans!

After getting the all-clear from Michael’s doc at the close of Monday night’s episode, Jane and her hubby ran off to have sex — and do the deed they will, in next week’s installment.

RelatedJane the Virgin Boss on Michael’s Future, Sin Rosetro Twist and More

“There’s so much pressure on Jane to make [it] the perfect moment,” executive producer Jennie Urman describes. “There’s so much pressure on us in the writers’ room to make [it] the perfect moment. »

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Carpool Karaoke Teaser: Lady Gaga Turns Road Rage Into a Rap

5 hours ago

When Lady Gaga yells at her fellow motorists to get out of the way, at least it sounds nice.

In this sneak peek at Tuesday’s episode of CBS’ Late Late Show, Gaga joins host James Corden for another installment of everybody’s favorite celeb singalong: Carpool Karaoke! But before they even get on the road, they have some annoying traffic to deal with. Gaga screams at a nearby car to “Move!” which she and Corden turn into a rendition of Ludacris’ “Move Bitch”: “Move, bitch/Get out the way/Get out the way, bitch/Get out the way. »

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Supergirl Recap: Refugee Crisis — Plus, Did Alex and Maggie Just 'Meet Cute'?

5 hours ago

A flame-throwing assassin targeted Potus Lynda Carter on Monday’s Supergirl — but her attacks were mere flickers compared to the heat between Alex and her new “partner.”

RelatedSupergirl Ep Breaks Down [Spoiler]’s Rude Awakening, Cat Grant’s Exit, Superman’s Future and More

Kara’s sister was initially reluctant to team up with newcomer Maggie Sawyer — a detective with a soft spot for extraterrestrials, particularly pretty ones who frequent alien-friendly dive bars — but by the end of the hour, she was ready and willing to throw down for her. In fact, I dare say Alex seemed disappointed when Maggie »

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Vampire Diaries Video: Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley Attempt to Explain Sybil, Season 8's 'Religious Undertones'

9 hours ago

We’re only one episode into The Vampire Diaries‘ final season, and it’s already a mind-screw — and not just for the viewers.

RelatedThe Vampire Diaries: Final Season Poster Sends [Spoiler] Six Feet Under

TVLine recently visited the show’s Atlanta set, where stars Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley did their best to explain the otherworldly control Sybil has over Damon and Enzo, and how that could shape the series’ remaining episodes. Needless to say, it was a struggle.

“This season is really about … the conclusion of what evil sins must these characters pay their dues for,” Wesley says, »

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Fuller House Season 2: First Look at the Tanners' (Many) Holiday Gatherings

11 hours ago

The Gilmores aren’t the only beloved TV family celebrating the seasons on Netflix this year.

RelatedFuller House Season 2 Gets December Premiere Date at Netflix

Ten new photos from Fuller House‘s upcoming second season find the Tanners, Gibblers and Fullers coming together for end-of-the-year festivities; Candace Cameron Bure wasn’t kidding when described Season 2 as being “holiday-themed.”

Among this new batch of photos, you’ll find: over-the-top Halloween costumes, including Kimmy and Fernando as Lucy and Ricky, naturally; a crowded Thanksgiving table, where Danny gives the first toast; and ridiculous matching Christmas pajamas that only this show could get away with. »

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The Walking Dead's Michael Cudlitz on That 'Rough' Season 7 Premiere

11 hours ago

Warning (for the two of you left who haven’t watched or gone online since Sunday night): The following contains spoilers for the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead.

Though the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead was hard as hell on us viewers, Michael Cudlitz took it — and Abraham’s fate — like a champ. So he was in good spirits Monday when, during a conference call with reporters, he revealed how long he’d known that his character would be dying along with Glenn, how he supported castmate Steven Yeun and how he went the extra mile to »

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Walking Dead's Greg Nicotero: 'It's Unfortunate' Some Will Stop Watching, 'The Show Still Has a Lot to Offer!'

11 hours ago

Warning: The following contains massive spoilers for the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead.

Having directed the polarizing Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, Greg Nicotero is keenly aware that many viewers wouldn’t mind if his head made a date with Lucille. But during a conference call with reporters Monday, he pointed out that “if we killed someone and [the audience was] just like, ‘Ok, well, no big deal, I’m gonna go have a bagel,’ then that means that we haven’t done something to connect our people to the characters.” In other words, as upset as you may be, he done good. »

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Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Two Other Summer Series Renewed at The CW

13 hours ago

The points don’t matter, but this surely does: Whose Line Is It Anyway? will be back for a fifth season.

The improv comedy series was renewed along with two other series, The CW announced Tuesday.

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

The magic-themed Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Masters of Illusion also scored fourth seasons.

All three series will return as part of the network’s summer slate; premiere dates and times will be announced at a later date.

Got thoughts on the CW renewals? Sound off in the comments! »

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The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun Weighs In on 'Gnarly' Premiere Twist

14 hours ago

Warning: On the off chance that there’s anyone left who hasn’t seen or read all about the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, this article is a veritable spoilerama.

In an interview posted by AMC Monday, Steven Yeun elaborates on his character’s death in Sunday’s The Walking Dead premiere, saying that he played Glenn’s good-bye to pregnant wife Maggie “as sincere as you possibly could in a moment where you are just glitching.”

Even if you didn’t watch, you’re likely aware that Glenn was one of two victims Negan killed during the episode »

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Ratings: ABC's Sunday Slate Goes Low

15 hours ago

ABC’s drama problem is no laughing matter.

This Sunday, Once Upon a Time (with 3.35 million total viewers and a 1.0 demo rating), Secrets and Lies (3.1 mil/0.7) and Quantico (2.8 mil/0.7) all ticked down to series lows. As such, six out of ABC’s seven non-Shonda Rhimes dramas this past week scored a 1.0 rating or lower. (Designated Survivor most recently netted a 1.6.)

RelatedOnce Upon a Time Recap: Shear Madness

RelatedSecrets and Lies Recap: ‘Everybody’s Lying!’

RelatedQuantico Recap: Stress Test

Elsewhere on Sunday….

CBS | Pending any adjustment due to football delays, NCIS: Los Angeles (11.4 mil/1.7) is currently up 21 percent in the demo week-to-week, »

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Real O'Neals Video: Kenny Goes Gaga for Halloween (aka 'Gay Super Bowl')

15 hours ago

Tuesday’s episode of The Real O’Neals (ABC, 9:30/8:30c) marks Kenny’s first Halloween since coming out to his family, and he’s going big — like, we’re talking a full-blown musical number here.

PhotosFirst Look: Fresh Off the Boat Kids Channel the O.J. Trial for Halloween

And why shouldn’t he? As explained by Espn sportscaster Neil Everett in TVLine’s exclusive clip, All Hallow’s Eve is the “biggest night of the year … the gay Super Bowl!”

“This is what it’s been all about,” Kenny tells himself as he takes the field, surrounded by exquisitely costumed backup dancers. »

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Face Off: All Stars Cast Revealed

16 hours ago

Syfy has set a Tuesday, Jan. 24 premiere date for an “All Stars” Season 11 of Face Off, in which past contestants engage in elaborate, never-before-seen challenges as they battle it out for a coveted second chance at victory.

RelatedKilljoys, Dark Matter Renewed at Syfy

McKenzie Westmore will host the All Stars season, while Ve Neill, Glenn Hetrick and Neville Page will serve as judges and Michael Westmore continues as contestant mentor. Special guests this season include director John Landis, writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson, producer Suzanne Todd, director Marcus Nispel and stunt coordinator Jeff Wolfe.

RelatedKrypton: Cameron Cuffe to Star as »

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Conviction's Daniel Franzese Previews the Fallout From Hayes' Latest Scandal — Plus: Watch an Exclusive Clip

16 hours ago

Now that Hayes and Conner’s little “arrangement” has been exposed, Monday’s Conviction (ABC, 10/9c) will thrust Hayley Atwell’s character back into the spotlight  — and guess who’s going to be stuck shielding her from public scrutiny.

PhotosFall TV Report Card: 24 Ways to Improve 14 New Shows

“I think Jackson learned a long time ago that he can’t control Hayes; she’s always going to do what she wants,” Daniel Franzese, who plays Hayes’ brother — and the manager of their mother’s Senate campaign — tells TVLine. “But I also think it’ll be fun to finally see her start to crack under pressure. »

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Lucifer's Lesley-Ann Brandt Surveys Badass Maze's New Bonds, Teases 'Ultimate Good-vs.-Evil Battle'

17 hours ago

Lesley-Ann Brandt is having one helluva time on Fox’s Lucifer.

As the titular Devil’s righthand demon, Brandt’s Maze is among TV’s most fierce females. Yet as Season 2 continues to unfold, we’re seeing the character struggle to reconcile her lonnnnnngtime livelihood of torturing wayward souls with her new fate “stuck” on Earth, as a human.

That highly entertaining dichotomy was well-illustrated in the most recent episode, where stone-cold Maze joined in a jaunty Girls Night Out with Chloe, Dr. Linda and Ella. Here, Brandt takes stock of the new bonds Maze is forming, as well as »

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The Walking Dead Season 7 Photos Go Behind the Scenes of the Premiere

17 hours ago

If you watched the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, odds are, you’re still reeling. But if you’re not busy insisting that you’ll never tune in again,

you’re dying for the week to pass so that you can get to Episode 2. 

To tide you over, TVLine has compiled a gallery of photos from “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be” — don’t worry, nothing too grody — including some shots that take you behind the scenes with the cast and director Greg Nicotero.

Click below to take a look, then hit the comments with your »

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Quantico Recap: Stress Test

23 October 2016 8:07 PM, PDT

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

Got an egg timer you like to use to track Alex and Ryan’s periods of happiness on Quantico? Yeah, it’s time to flip it.

While the CIA’s Least Under the Radar Couple doesn’t break up or anything as dramatic as that in this week’s episode, Ryan does mention that his love for Alex is his weakness, which is Stoic TV Guyspeak for “Whether or not I want to be, I’m out foot out the love door already — for your own goooooood.”


Meanwhile, »

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The Walking Dead Poll: Did the Violent Season 7 Premiere Cross the Line?

23 October 2016 8:03 PM, PDT

Warning: The following contains spoilers for the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead.

We knew going into the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead that it wasn’t going to be pretty. But did any of us really expect the AMC drama to push the envelope as far as it did in terms of sheer brutality?

PhotosThe Walking Dead: Glenn’s 15 Most Memorable Moments

At this point, most viewers of the show are probably pretty blasé about seeing walkers bashed, beheaded and splattered across their screens. We’re even semi-used to the violence perpetrated against (and, at times, »

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The Walking Dead: Negan's Victim Speaks Out on 'Messed-Up' Exit

23 October 2016 7:54 PM, PDT

Warning: The following doesn’t just contain spoilers for the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, it contains big ol’ bashed-in skull-shaped spoilers. So if you’ve yet to watch the episode — and think you’ll be able to bear to — proceed no further.

Glenn’s death in Sunday’s Walking Dead premiere was meant to be — and portrayer Steven Yeun would not have wanted it to go down any other way.

RelatedThe Walking Dead Poll: Did the Violent Season 7 Premiere Cross the Line?

On the Talking Dead after show, Yeun said his character’s “messed-up” exit — as preordained in Issue No. »

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