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Save the Dates! Your Guide to 125+ January Returns, Debuts and Finales
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As you clear out your DVR backlog during this holiday break, rest assured of one thing: A fresh batch of TV goodness is coming at you soon enough.
Thus, TVLine has hand-crafted this handy calendar of return dates (Murder! Arrow! NCIS!), season premieres (Glee! Justified! Looking!) and series debuts (Agent Carter! 12 Monkeys!), peppered with a sprinkling of finales (we’re Kleenex’d and ready, Parenthood).
Here is said round-up of January dates, plus a glimpse at what February has in store. (Remember: Once, S.H.I.E.L.D., The Following, Bones and a few others aren’t on until March. »
Amy Adams on Today Show Interview Cancellation: 'I Still Don't Understand'
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Earlier this week, NBC’s Today show axed a scheduled interview with Amy Adams due to her apparent unwillingness to discuss the recent Sony hack — but that’s not how Adams recalls it.
“I expressed that I was uncomfortable,” Adams told the press Tuesday at a screening for her new movie Big Eyes. “I said I would rather not add my voice to this conversation, but it was clear they were drawing a hard line, that this would be part of the conversation. … I walked away from the conversation and went up to the room to do the interview. I »
Ratings: Shrek and Toy Story Top Tuesday, Silence One Direction
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Shrek opened ABC’s slate with 5.3 million total viewers and a 1.2 demo rating, while Toy Story did 4.7 mil/1.2 — with the animated features tying for the nightly demo win. ABC’s Year in Review special drew 5.3 mil and a 1.1.
Over on NBC, One Direction’s first-ever Stateside TV special premiered to just 3.1 mil and a 0.7 (though it gave the Peacock a 7 percent boost among female teens). Holiday special encores from Michael Buble and Kelly Clarkson »
2014 in Review, Part 1: Best and Worst in Drama, Comedy and Reality, the Most Improved, Underrated and More!
24 December 2014 6:00 AM, PST
The end of another year means a time for reflection… about which TV shows rocked our world, kept us howling and inspired strongly worded tweets of rebuke. From fantastic Fargo and a not-so-plain Jane to a dippy Dome and woefully jilted Trophy Wife.
Yet while some small-screen encounters are best left forgotten — Mixology was just a terrible, food-poisoning hallucination, right? — it’s TVLine’s job to take one last look at the good, the bad and the “Why didn’t more people watch this?!” that dominated our conversations in 2014.
Extant Season 2: Who's In? Who's Out?
23 December 2014 6:43 PM, PST
CBS’ Extant is readying some of its cast for blastoff.
Due in part to a shift in storyline focus for Season 2 – in which Halle Berry’s Molly will search for her alien offspring — original players Goran Visnjic and Camryn Manheim will only return for a couple episodes, our sister site Deadline reports, while Hiroyuki Sanada and Michael O’Neill won’t return at all.
So, who’s definitely on board for Season 2 of the of the summertime drama? In addition to series lead Berry, Pierce Gagnon (who plays Molly’s android son Ethan) and Grace Gummer (Humanichs partner Julie Gelineau) will return as series regulars, »
Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Bones, Once, Arrow, Grey's, Parks, Nashville, Blacklist, Sleepy Hollow and More
23 December 2014 3:52 PM, PST
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to email@example.com
Question: Now that Bones has decided to incorporate Emily Deschanel’s pregnancy into the show, will we get to see Brennan in the early stages of her pregnancy this time? Or will there be another time jump? —Tiera
Ausiello: Sounds like you’ll get a ringside seat to that elusive first trimester, since exec producer Stephen Nathan tells me that Brennan and Booth will, a least initially, attempt to keep the pregnancy a secret from their co-workers.
Teletubbies' Sun Baby Is All Grown Up: Meet 19-Year-Old Jess Smith
23 December 2014 3:23 PM, PST
It’s the then-and-now you didn’t know you needed to see today.
Jess Smith, a 19-year-old student at Canterbury Christ Church University, has revealed that she played the iconic sun-baby in the children’s TV show Teletubbies. And just like Smith’s character, the news is setting the interwebs ablaze.
According to London’s Telegraph, Smith filmed her part — which was simply looped throughout the British series’ four-season run — in 1996, at which time the BBC paid her 250 pounds and a box of toys.
Ready to see what Smith looks like today? (Hint: She’s the one on the left. »
Team TVLine Shares Its 2015 Wish List for Castle, Idol, Outlander, Good Wife, Grey's, Homeland, Selfie and More
23 December 2014 3:00 PM, PST
Are you there, TV Powers That Be? It’s us, TVLine.
With the New Year approaching, we’re looking ahead to 2015 and crafting our TV-related wish lists.
Our small-screen desires run the gamut from more Clone Club time on Orphan Black to a permanent breakup on Grey’s Anatomy to a second chance for Constantine.
But that’s not all! We’ve also got our fingers crossed for a Community return, a graceful Good Wife exit and a Nashville course correction. Plus: Which cancellation has us wishing it were just an April Fools’ Day joke? Who should get the ax »
Legend of Korra Finale: Bosses Confirm 'Korra and Asami Fell in Love'
23 December 2014 1:04 PM, PST
Legend of Korra fans can stop debating the titular heroine’s feelings for former-rival Asami; the Nickelodeon series’ creators have set the record straight about the final scene of Friday’s series finale.
“Our intention with the last scene was to make it as clear as possible that yes, Korra and Asami have romantic feelings for each other,” co-creator Michael Dante Dimartino writes in a Tumblr post. “The moment where they enter the spirit portal symbolizes their evolution from being friends to being a couple.”
Co-creator Bryan Konietzko has a bit more to say on the subject. Read his Tumblr »
Entourage Movie Trailer: Vince & Co. Reunite on the Big Screen
23 December 2014 11:46 AM, PST
Oh, men of Entourage, never change.
It’s been three years since Vince, E, Turtle and Drama last graced the small screen, but you wouldn’t know if from the first official trailer from the HBO series’ upcoming feature film.
Vince (Adrian Grenier) is still making movies of questionable value. Drama (Kevin Dillon) is still obsessing about the female form. Agent-extraordinaire-turned-studio-head Ari (Jeremy Piven) is still freaking out about everything. The guys are still finding themselves adrift in a sea of bikini-clad females.
In fact, if it weren’t for Turtle’s (Jerry Ferrara) dramatic weight loss, you might think »
TVLine Items: New Better Call Saul Trailer, Fargo Marathon and More
23 December 2014 11:28 AM, PST
“Money is the point!”
The show’s two-night premiere airs Sun., Feb 8 and Mon., Feb 9 at 10/9c.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
* Barkhad Abdi (Captain Phillips) will guest-star in an episode of Hawaii Five-0 as a Congolese warlord who was the most wanted man in the world, but is now hiding in plain sight as a taxi driver, EW.com reports.
* Fxm will marathon »
Video: Cut SNL Bit Twists Love Actually, Cracks Up Host Amy Adams
23 December 2014 8:53 AM, PST
If you look for it, we’ve got a sneaky feeling that love actually is all around… and so are creeper pervs, if this unaired Saturday Night Live sketch is to be believed.
The bit, performed during the dress rehearsal for last Saturday’s Amy Adams-fronted episode but trimmed from the live broadcast, finds a man (cast member Pete Davidson) delivering a special holiday message to a woman (Adams) — a la Andrew Lincoln’s (The Walking Dead) declaration of devotion to Keira Knightley in the 2003 film Love Actually.
Of course, this is SNL, so the sweet gesture eventually devolves into a skeleton-dancing, »
Ratings: State of Affairs Hits Low With No Voice, Drops SNL Lead-In
23 December 2014 8:40 AM, PST
The winter finale of NBC’s State of Affairs on Monday drew 4.6 million total viewers and a 1.0 demo rating (per finals), dropping 26 and 33 percent to series lows.
This marked the freshman drama’s first foray sans The Voice for a lead-in. (Instead, NBC opened its night with a two-hour SNL Christmas special, which did 4.5 mil/1.4.)
That said: Interesting new wrinkle regarding the shooting of Charlie’s fiance!
Elsewhere on this Christmas Eve eve eve:
* ABC’s Great Christmas Light Fight (5.9 mil/1.3) added some eyeballs but ticked down in the demo.
* CBS’ Mike & Molly (8.5 mil/1.7) rose 8 percent in audience but dipped »
TVLine Readers' 2015 Wish List for Arrow, Htgawm, Once, Glee, Hannibal, The 100, Vampire Diaries, Idol and More
23 December 2014 7:00 AM, PST
While others are brainstorming New Year’s resolutions, you’ve been making big wishes for the upcoming year in TV.
We asked you to send us your dream scenarios for 2015, and you passionately responded with your hopes for Arrowcave romance, more of a certain Murder fella, a brighter future for Glee‘s Rachel, a Newsroom spinoff, a couple of resurrections and lots more.
We’ve compiled your wishes into the photo gallery below, making sure to include the shows (and ‘ships) that received an overwhelming number of submissions. (Yes, The 100 fans, we hear you loud and clear.)
Flip through our »
Walking Dead Spinoff Casts Deadwood Vet Kim Dickens as Female Lead
23 December 2014 6:05 AM, PST
Kim Dickens is headed to a different kind of Wild West.
The Deadwood alum has landed the female lead in AMC’s Walking Dead spinoff, TVLine has confirmed.
Our sister site Deadline was first to report the news.
As scooped by TVLine, the untitled Walking Dead offshoot, which is operating under the code name Cobalt, will be set in Los Angeles and be a prequel of sorts, one that would chronicle the early days of the epidemic and the effort to contain it. »
Once Upon a Time Casts Originals Baddie as Aurora's Father
22 December 2014 4:26 PM, PST
TV’s go-to baddie, Sebastian Roché, next will fill a role fit for a king — on ABC’s Once Upon a Time.
Having most recently made mayhem as The Originals’ Mikael, Roché will guest-star as Aurora’s father, King Stefan, in the upcoming second half of Once‘s fourth season, EW.com reports.
Roché’s TV resumé also includes stints on Scandal, »
TVLine Mixtape, Joe Cocker Edition: Songs From Wonder Years, ER and More
22 December 2014 3:50 PM, PST
Whaaaaat would you dooooo… if I suddenly started singing the theme song to The Wonder Years? You’d probably start hearing Joe Cocker’s cover of “With a Little Help From My Friends” in your head — and with good reason. That song is good.
Cocker, the British singer known for making the Beatles’ hit his own, died after a battle with lung cancer, his agent announced Monday. Cocker was 70.
To celebrate the musical legend’s 40-year career, we’ve put together a special edition of TVLine Mixtape featuring episodes that have used his tunes. House, ER, Miami Vice — they’re all in here. »
TVLine Items: George Clooney's Full Downton Spoof, Gabba Guests & More
22 December 2014 2:36 PM, PST
The UK’s ITV over the weekend posted both halves of its “Text Santa” charity spoof, in which Lord Grantham discovers what life at the abbey would be like had he never been born — courtesy of a Fabulous angelic tour guide — and it turns out, it would be a lot boozier.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
* ABC Family is re-airing several classic »
Mike Colter to Play Marvel's Luke Cage in Netflix's Jessica Jones Series
22 December 2014 12:28 PM, PST
Mike Colter is going from Good Wife bad guy to superhero for hire.
Confirming weeks of speculation, Marvel announced on Monday that Colter will play Luke Cage, a street thug turned strength-enhanced hero, in the upcoming Netflix series Aka Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter.
Ostensibly (though not confirmed), Colter will later headline the Luke Cage standalone series that was originally announced to be a part of the Marvel/Netflix team-up, which kicks off with a Daredevil series starring Boardwalk Empire’s Charlie Cox, also breaks out Iron Fist for his own show and culminates in a miniseries event that reimagines The Defenders, »
Sleepy Hollow Photos: Ichabod's Date, Michelle Trachtenberg's Arrival & More
22 December 2014 11:09 AM, PST
Moloch may be a thing of the past, but the residents of Sleepy Hollow will be faced with plenty of new danger — and drama! — when fresh episodes resume in 2015.
Fox has released photos from the first two episodes of the new year — airing Jan. 5 and 12, respectively — which find Ichabod and Abbie teaming up against new demons, including one called “Farmer’s Market.” (No, wait, that’s just a delightful photo of Ichabod looking characteristically overwhelmed at an actual farmer’s market. False alarm!)
There’s even a shot of Ichabod and Katrina on a date, showing a conscious effort on »
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