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TVLine Items: Tomorrow Vet Boards ABC Drama, Getting On Guests & More

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Good news for fans of the dearly departed Tomorrow People: Luke Mitchell will be back on your TV — just not on The CW.

The actor has been cast in ABC’s midseason drama Members Only, per The Hollywood Reporter.

Related Fall TV Preview: Photos and Video of 50+ New Shows

The 12-episode series, starring Betsy Brandt (Breaking Bad) and Boris Kodjoe (Undercovers), is an upstairs/downstairs soap centered on a private country club.

Mitchell will play Jesse, a new club employee from the wrong side of town whose scattered demeanor may be deceiving.

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Reign Scoop: Spartacus Star Nabs Dangerous Season 2 Role

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A sexy ne’er-do-well is coming to Reign in Season 2 — and he’s got his evil eye on French Court.

Related Reign Promotes Jonathan Keltz to Series Regular for Season 2

Craig Parker (Spartacus: War of the Damned) has landed the recurring role of Narcisse, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Described as “brilliant, sexual [and] fierce,” Narcisse is a devout Catholic with a “death grip” on French Court. But every man has his Achilles heel, and in this case, Narcisse will meet his match in Catherine de Medici.

(A new sparring partner for Catherine? Yes please.)

In addition to Spartacus, Parker’s TV credits include roles on NCIS, »


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Should Suits Pair Split? Did 24 Tumble for Ya? Faux Fosters Drama? Too Many Wolf Baddies? And More TV Qs

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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 The Leftovers, Teen Wolf, The Fosters and Suits!

1 | What was the more impressive feat on The Leftovers: Kevin fixing up his ransacked house in a matter of weeks, or Laurie taming her frizzy hair?

2 | Won’t Mary rescuing John in Salem make it seem like he was a witch after all?

3 | PBS’ crude Ian McKellen-Derek Jacobi gay satire Vicious is so wrong it’s absolutely, gloriously right, yes?

Related Devious Maids »


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Guillermo del Toro Touts The Strain's Great Scares: 'You Need to Show the Audience You're Not Kidding'

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FX’s outdoor campaign for The Strain recently came under fire (and got toned down, some) for its eye-popping image of a parasitic something-or-another shimmying into someone’s peeper.

If only that were the most frightful of the horror drama’s on-screen visuals.

Related The Bridge‘s Diane Kruger Previews a ‘Darker’ Season 2 and a Tarantino-esque Villain

Adapted from the same-named series of novels by filmmaker Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) and Chuck Hogan, The Strain (premiering Sunday at 10/9c) follows Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (House of CardsCorey Stoll) as his New York City-based Cdc team investigates a mysterious outbreak that, »


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Josh Charles Returning to Good Wife (as a Director)

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The Good Wife is bringing Josh Charles — but not his dearly-departed alter ego Will Gardner — back into the fold in Season 6.

The actor, fresh off his supporting actor Emmy nomination, tells TVLine that he’s slated to direct another episode of the CBS drama later this season.

Related Julianna Margulies ‘Confirms’ Good Wife End Date

This will mark Charles’ fourth time calling the shots on The Good Wife, following Season 4′s “The Art of War” and last season’s “The Next Month” and “Tying the Knot.”

The Good Wife kicks off its sixth season on Sunday, Sept. 21 at 9/8c.

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Ratings: Big Brother Tops Night, NBC's Sweden Bows Better Than Engels

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CBS’ Big Brother enjoyed the biggest bump among last Thursday’s holiday weekend-impaired fare, surging 29 and 25 percent to deliver 6.2 million total viewers and a night-leading 2.0 demo rating.

A Big Bang repeat opened CBS’ night by drawing the largest audience, 7.9 million.

Related Big Brother Recap: All My Bags Are Packed, I’m Ready to Go

Elsewhere….

Fox | Hell’s Kitchen (4.7 mil/1.5) heated up by 9 percent and two tenths, while Gang Related (2.5 mil/0.8) ticked up a tenth.

ABC | Black Box (3.6 mil/0.7) and Rookie Blue (4.9 mil/0.9) each rose a tenth, while NY Med (5.2 mil/0.9) added two tenths.

Related Rookie Blue Recap: High on »


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Devious Maids' Rebecca Wisocky: 'Old Demons' Return in Season Finale

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“Haunting” and “earth-shifting” are just a few of the words star Rebecca Wisocky uses to describe Sunday’s Devious Maids finale (Lifetime, 10/9c), which is sure to make last season’s Flora reveal look like child’s play.

Related Quotes of the Week from Devious Maids and More!

Below, Wisocky gives TVLine the scoop on the game-changing finale — which just might include wedding bells for one of Beverly Hills’ fan-favorite couples.

Tvline | This season has been, for the most part, pretty fun for Evelyn. Have you enjoyed that levity?

Oh, I like it all. I like all 50 shades of Evelyn. »


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Big Brother Recap: All My Bags Are Packed, I'm Ready to Go

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For fans of Big Brother, perhaps the most upsetting realization during Thursday’s live eviction was that the one person everyone wants gone — Devin, without a doubt — couldn’t be sent packing.

Instead, the house gathered to decide the fates of Paola and Zach, two contestants who just couldn’t resist getting feisty throughout a volatile week in the Bb house.

Before we revisit Thursday’s live eviction, let’s first recap how we got here.

Related  CBS Swapping Reckless and Unforgettable on Sunday Nights

The Week So Far | After Devin was reminded that he had a young daughter at home, »


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Whoopi Goldberg Flips Out Over View Drama: 'We Are Grown-Ass Women!'

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While you were busy raging over the Emmy snubs on Thursday morning, Whoopi Goldberg was focusing her anger on the current state of The View — more specifically, the rumors of behind-the-scenes cat-fighting, following Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy’s exits.

“There’s a lot of speculation about a lot of stuff going on here,” Goldberg began at the top of the hour. “Yes, I’m here, [but] we don’t know who’s coming in.” (This was before ABC officially announced that Rosie O’Donnell will be returning as a co-host in Season 18.)

Related The View: Pick Your Dream Cast! »


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Welcome to Sweden: Did Greg Poehler's NBC Comedy Make You Say 'Ja'?

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A wise man once said, “I would do anything for love… but I won’t do that.” (And don’t you tell me Meat Loaf isn’t wise.)

On NBC’s freshman comedy Welcome to Sweden, which debuted Thursday at 9/8c, it seems our protagonist Bruce should have taken those words to heart.

Based on the life of executive producer and star Greg Poehler, Sweden finds Bruce uprooting his life and relocating to Sweden to spend more time with his wife, rather than capitalizing on his lucrative career as a celebrity accountant in the United States. (Clients include Greg’s real-life big sis, »


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The Comeback Season 2: Scoop on the New DNA, Guest Stars and... a Season 3

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Some things never change, and that’s good news for fans of cult-favorite comedy The Comeback, which returns for Season 2 on HBO this fall.

“The show is the same as it was nine years ago,” co-creator/star Lisa Kudrow said Thursday at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour in Beverly Hills.

Related Watch Lisa Kudrow’s First Comeback Video

“The DNA that we liked about Valerie is her in front of a camera unedited,” added co-creater Michael Patrick King. However, “this time we found a different way to get her in front of the camera because we wanted to evolve the character. »


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Constantine Shake-Up: Lucy Griffiths Exits Supernatural NBC Drama

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Constantine has already claimed its first victim.

Related Fall TV First Look: NBC Releases Trailers For Constantine and More

Lucy Griffiths (True Blood), the female lead in NBC’s adaptation of the DC comic Hellblazer, has exited the drama, TVLine confirms.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show’s creators decided to move in a new direction — one that doesn’t involve Griffiths’ character, Liv — but rather than recast her, NBC will simply introduce new characters to take her place, beginning with Zed, another female character from the original comic.

Griffiths’ character possesses the ability to witness supernatural events, making »


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Cinemax Sets Strike Back's Delayed Final Run for 2015, Renews The Knick

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Cinemax is officially slotting Strike Back‘s delayed fourth and final season for sometime in 2015, the cabler disclosed on Thursday at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour.

Typically the high-octane action-drama fires off its new episodes in August, but production on Season 4 was paused for six months when series star Sullivan Stapleton, who plays Sgt. Damien Scott, sustained a serious, injury off-set in February.

Stapleton needed the time to recuperate and return to the peak physical condition needed for the action- and stunt-heavy drama.

“Production … will be on hiatus to allow him time to recover,” the cabler said at the time in a statement. »


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Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Andre Braugher on Latest Emmy Nod (and One He Forgot)

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You can never have too much of a good thing, or so the old saying goes. But in Andre Braugher‘s case, you can have so many Primetime Emmy acting nominations (eight to be exact), that you’ll need a few moments — and perhaps a little help — to remember ‘em all.

Related Emmys 2014: Thrones, Fargo, Coven Lead Nominations; Lizzy Caplan, Matt Bomer Among First-Timers

Asked during a phone conversation how it feels to have scored nods for four separate series-regular roles (in addition to two nominations in the miniseries/movie genre), Braugher quickly lists Homicide: Life on the Street »


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HBO Execs Talk Thrones' Future: No Book? No Problem! — Plus: True Detective, Boardwalk, Curb Updates

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HBO execs are not losing any sleep over the next Game of Thrones book – or the lack thereof, to be precise.

“We’re not concerned about it,” HBO Programming chief Michael Lombardo admitted at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour in Beverly Hills on Thursday, in response to worries that the TV series may outpace author George R.R. Martin’s ability to finish the next novel.

“We’re not off on our own,” he noted. “George is an integral part of the creative team [and] every move is being choreographed very closely with him. We’ll have to figure it out with George. »


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Elementary: Meet Sherlock's New [Spoiler]!

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It’s your new competition, my dear Watson!

TVLine has learned exclusively that English actress Ophelia Lovibond is joining Elementary‘s upcoming third season in the recurring role of Kitty Winter, Sherlock’s (Jonny Lee Miller) new protégé and a rival to her predecessor, Joan (Lucy Liu).

Kitty’s reasons for partnering with Sherlock are nebulous and her new arrangement with him will have ongoing repercussions for his relationship with Joan.

Related | Fall TV Grid: What’s on When? And Versus What?

Elementary‘s second season concluded with Sherlock taking a job across the pond with MI6 in the wake »


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True Blood's Anna Camp on Sarah's 'Unexpected' Reunion With [Spoiler]

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If you were surprised to see Sarah Newlin pop up at a guru retreat on Sunday’s True Blood — as a brunette, no less! — you’re not alone. Even Sarah’s portrayer, Anna Camp, says she was taken aback by the twist.

Related True Blood‘s Joe Manganiello Speaks: Why Alcide’s Shocking Death ‘Had to Happen’

“It’s not what I expected at all,” Anna tells TVLine of her character’s Season 7 whereabouts. “She’s definitely on the run; she’s got Pam and Eric after her now, and the Yakuza. … This season is about Sarah trying to survive. »


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Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Once, Supernatural, 24, White Collar, Arrow, The Flash, Outlander and More

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Is Once Upon a Time conjuring an extreme makeover? Just how bad a boy is Supernatural‘s Dean? Will Outlander tilt your kilt? What adversaries await Arrow and his fast friend The Flash? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.

I’m loving the Hook/Swan thing on Once Upon a Time, but something is bothering me: How long will Emma put up with his choice of clothing? Come on, they’re not in Ftl anymore and no one else is dressed as such.  A shower and some nice clothes just might move Emma in the right direction. »


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Fox's Fall Premiere Plan Includes Family Guy/Simpsons Crossover, 3-Part Utopia Launch, Late Mulaney Start

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Fox is the fourth of the five major networks to reveal their fall premiere schedule, and it kicks off in early September with a three-part launch plan for Utopia, a new reality series that moves 15 everyday Americans to an undeveloped location and challenges them to create their own civilization. (Utopia will then air two nights a week, on Tuesday and Friday.)

Other highlights of Fox’s roll-out plan include the long-awaited, hour-long Family Guy/The Simpsons crossover episode and October premieres for three series, including the new sitcom Mulaney.

On tap for midseason are the Glee‘s 13-episode farewell run, »


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How I Met Your Dad Update: Pilot Dead, Project Alive (We'll Explain)

22 hours ago

How I Met Your Dad still has a pulse.

A source close to the How I Met Your Mother spin-off confirms that the pilot — which was rejected at CBS and subsequently shopped around to other networks — is officially dead.

Related Himym Alternate Finale Ending Will Be Included in Complete Series DVD Set

However, according to the insider, the project remains in development at 20th TV (possibly for as early as the 2015-2016 TV season). I’m told Himyd cocreators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas are very much invested in keeping the Mother franchise going, and the pair have a lot »


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