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Colbert Report's Final Episode: Murder, Santa Claus and So. Many. Celebrities.

6 hours ago

Nation, “Stephen Colbert” has left the building.

The Colbert Report host on Thursday officially buried his “well-intentioned, poorly informed high-status idiot” character during the final episode of his Comedy Central show.

“If this is your first episode tuning into The Colbert Report, I have some terrible news,” he told viewers. “This is your last time watching the Colbert Report … until 10 years from now when they reboot it, directed by J.J. Abrams.”

After a quick recap of the latest Syrian shenanigans, Colbert turned to his viewers, his Nation, for a thanks-a-lot edition of The Word:

“While I’ve always reminded you to be afraid, »


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Post Mortem: Covert Affairs EPs on Annie's Big Choices, Auggie's News — Plus: Will There Be a Season 6?

7 hours ago

Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s season finale of Covert Affairs.

Covert Affairs‘ Season 5 finale on Thursday night found Annie contemplating not one, but two offers — one romantic, one professional.

First, Ryan McQuaid suggested that if they make it out of a dangerous battle alive, they should get married. Then Joan — having accepted a new job — invited Annie to join her CIA task force. But by episode’s end, the spy gal still hadn’t given her answers to either proposal. To top it off, she was thrown for a loop when Auggie revealed his plans to leave »


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Post Mortem: White Collar Boss on Neal's Last Con, Alternate Ending

8 hours ago

Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s series finale of White Collar.

White Collar said au revoir on Thursday night with a series finale that just as easily could have been titled “Keep On Chasing.”

After pulling the ultimate con and faking his death, Neal jetted off to Paris. Meanwhile, Peter mourned the loss of his pal for a year until he discovered Neal’s secret storage locker, full of medical research and an article about the Louvre’s upgraded security system. With a small smile, the G-man realized his partner was still alive.

But that wasn’t the »


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Parenthood Creator Jason Katims Confirms Series Finale Airdate, Title

11 hours ago

Just when you thought Parenthood‘s farewell season couldn’t get any more emotional, we now know the exact date we’ll say goodbye to the Bravermans.

Creator Jason Katims joined Twitter on Thursday and, in his first-ever tweet, confirmed the series finale will air Thursday, Jan. 29.

Katims also revealed the final episode’s sentimental title: “May God Bless and Keep You Always,” a reference to the first line of Parenthood‘s “Forever Young” theme song, performed by Bob Dylan.

See Katims’ full tweet below:

Thank you to all the fans for 6 great seasons. Tune in to say goodbye to »


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Vampire Diaries: Ian Somerhalder to Direct Season 6 Episode

12 hours ago

Ian Somerhalder is following in the footsteps of his Vampire Diaries costar Paul Wesley.

The man behind Damon Salvatore will make his directorial debut with Episode 16 of Season 6, “The Downward Spiral,” Somerhalder announced on his Instagram.

“Thank you to all involved in the decision-making process for giving me the opportunity to do this,” the actor wrote. “I am so grateful. I’ll do my very verry very best not to screw it up.”

His castmate Wesley has helmed two episodes, Season 5’s “Resident Evil” and the upcoming hour “Woke Up With a Monster.”

Related storiesVampire Diaries: 24's Annie Wersching Booked »


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American Horror Story Sneak Peek: Watch Neil Patrick Harris' Bloody Debut

12 hours ago

Warning: You might never look at Neil Patrick Harris the same way again.

FX’s bloody-good promo for American Horror Story‘s winter premiere (Jan. 7, 10/9c) offers our first look at Nph’s character, Chester, the new owner of Elsa’s Freak Show — though he appears to have a special interest in Bette and/or Dot. (“We may be just off the farm, but we can tell when a man is flirting with us.” Oh, boy.)

And because this is Ahs, it only takes about 30 seconds before we see Chester completely covered in blood.

The promo also previews what the »


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New Girl Casts Nasim Pedrad as Winston's Training Officer

13 hours ago

Things are about to get a little dicey — emphasis on “little” — in Winston’s ongoing journey toward becoming an Lapd officer on New Girl.

Fox’s Tuesday-night comedy has cast Saturday Night Live grad Nasim Pedrad as Aly, the new training officer/partner for Lamorne Morris’s goofball roommate, TVLine has learned exclusively. Aly’s diminutive stature will apparently be a cause of consternation for Nick and Coach, who are already freaking out about Winston’s recent graduation from the police academy and impending entry into the field.

Pedrad’s episode, titled “Shark,” will air Tuesday, Jan. 6 (9/8c) — and we’ve got first-look photos below. »


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Once Upon a Time Scoop: Eion Bailey to Return as 'Pinocchio' in Season 4

13 hours ago

Once Upon a Time is knocking on wood — again.

Eion Bailey will reprise his role as August (aka Pinocchio) in multiple Season 4 episodes, starting with Episode 14, which is titled “Enter the Dragon,” TVLine has learned.

In Season 2’s “Selfless, Brave and True,” August died (from a magical Taser wound?) while trying to warn Emma about Peter Pan’s minion Tamara. Blue was able to save him, but only in the form of his seven-year-old self.

Since August is just a young lad now, it’s likely Bailey will appear only in flashbacks — perhaps some connected to the storybook’s sought-after author? »


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Vampire Diaries: 24's Annie Wersching Booked for 'Caustic' Recurring Role

15 hours ago

Another mysterious lady is making her way to Mystic Falls in 2015.

Annie Wersching (24) has been tapped to recur in The Vampire Diaries‘ sixth season as a “beautiful and strong” woman named Lily, TVLine has learned exclusively. Also described as “articulate and caustic,” Lily has a reputation for protecting the ones she loves at any cost, though it’s unclear as to who (or what) those loved ones are.

Lily will first appear in Episode 615.

In addition to playing Renee Walker on 24, Wersching’s small-screen resumé includes roles in Extant, Bosch, Dallas and General Hospital. She’ll also reprise her recurring Castle character — the mysterious Dr. »


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TVLine Items: Girls Parents Cast, Sarah Silverman's HBO Pilot and More

17 hours ago

Prepare to meet the people who gave life to Girls‘ Shoshanna.

Ana Gasteyer (Suburgatory) and Anthony Edwards (ER) will guest-star on the HBO series as the mother and father of Zosia Mamet’s character, Variety reports.

Girls returns for Season 4 on Jan. 11.

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

* Comedienne Sarah Silverman will star in a half-hour comedy pilot for HBO, our sister site Deadline reports. Written by Secret Diary of a Call Girl creator Lucy Prebble, the untitled project is a comic look at a pathologically honest woman having a mid-life crisis.

* Arrow alum Manu Bennett has »


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Kiefer Sutherland on Doing More 24: 'I Don't See Myself Going Back to It'

17 hours ago

Could it be that Jack Bauer has clocked out for the very last time?

In a feature interview with the UK’s Telegraph (to promote his and Stephen Fry’s Sky Playhouse Presents two-hander, Marked), Sutherland seems resigned to leave Jack in Russian custody, as he was at the close of last summer’s 24: Live Another Day limited series.

This despite rumblings, from as recent as September, that Imagine Entertainment chairman Brian Grazer was looking to revive the 24 feature film idea.

“Me, I don’t see going back to it,” Sutherland said of the prospect of more 24. “We had »


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Smash Musical Gets One-Night Broadway Bow — Who Will Star In It?

18 hours ago

Let me (briefly) be your star!

“Bombshell,” the musical at the heart of Smash Season 1, is heading to Broadway – for one night only.

Per BroadwayWorld.com, The Actors Fund has confirmed that Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will produce a benefit performance of the Marilyn Monroe-centric opus on June 15, 2015.

Playbill says that Megan Hilty, among other Smash cast members, is expected to participate in the one-night-only staging, which will include all 22 songs from Smash‘s show-within-a-show.

Tickets will go on sale in early 2015; check ActorsFund.org for updates.

Related storiesIt's Official: Smash Is Broadway-BoundRatings: Survivor Finale Tops Night, Sing-Off Slips, »


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Ratings: Survivor Finale Tops Night, Sing-Off Slips, The 100 Ties Low

18 hours ago

CBS’ Survivor Cycle 29 finale on Wednesday night drew 9.7 million total viewers and a 2.4 demo rating, steady week-to-week but ticking down from its previous two closers.

That said, it dominated the night in both measures (and likely will tick up once 15 minutes of overrun is factored in). The reunion special retained 7.9 mil/1.9.

Over on NBC, the Michael Buble Christmas special (7.4 mil/1.3) popped 48 percent in audience versus last year while steady in the demo. The Sing-Off (5.1 mil/1.3) was down from both last December’s opener (8.4 mil/2.4, on a Monday) and its year-ago telecast (5.5 mil/1.6, on a Wednesday).

The CW’s winter finale »


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Orphan Black Season 3 Gets Premiere Date, Teaser Warning 'This Is War'

20 hours ago

BBC America has set a Saturday, April 18, 2015 premiere date for Season 3 of Orphan Black, starring Critics Choice Television Award winner Tatiana Maslany.

BBC American in turn released both a teaser video — in which the Clone Club and others warn, “This is war,” as a new threat arrives on the scene — and a first photo (below), where we see Sarah in a tense face off with the lethal Rudy (new series regular Ari Millen) in a Dyad prison cell.

Per BBC America: More vulnerable than ever before, Sarah, Cosima, Alison, and Helena’s bond will be put to the test »


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American Horror Story: Freak Show Winter Finale Recap: Nun of a Kind

17 December 2014 8:47 PM, PST

At this rate, Elsa won’t have to share the spotlight for much longer.

In this week’s American Horror Story: Freak Show, not only did another performer take their final bow, but Pepper was delivered to Asylum’s Sister Mary Eunice at Briarcliff Manor.

Want all the gory details? Keep reading.

Another One Bites The Dust | By the time “Orphans” began, Salty had already died in his sleep (ironically, of natural causes). Elsa claimed to want a proper burial for Pepper’s soul mate, but Stanley insisted that, with the network eager to meet her, she needed to stress less and rest more. »


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Survivor: San Juan del Sur Finale: Did the Right Contestant Win Season 29?

17 December 2014 7:13 PM, PST

Ladies and gentlemen, after 13 weeks of blood, water sweat and tears, we have a new Survivor champion.

Five castaways remained at the top of Wednesday’s three-hour San Juan Del Sur finale/reunion combo — Natalie Anderson, Keith Nale, Missy Payne, Jaclyn Schultz and Baylor Wilson — ready to face whatever host Jeff Probst could throw their way.

Baylor’s mother Missy obviously faced the biggest challenge, heading into the final competitions with an injured foot, but the 47-year-old Texan wasn’t about to let it keep her from trying to win (even though she couldn’t compete in the season’s final immunity challenge, »


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The 100 Post Mortem: Star Eliza Taylor Defends 'Brilliant,' Heartbreaking Twist

17 December 2014 6:59 PM, PST

Heads up: Do not continue reading if you haven’t seen the midseason finale of The 100. Major spoilers coming in 3… 2… 1…

Well, that just happened.

Proving their threats are anything but idle, the Grounders called for Finn’s life on Wednesday’s midseason finale of The 100, forcing Clarke to make the most difficult decision thus far.

Knowing death was inevitable, Clarke mercifully snuffed her old flame to avoid further torture from the Grounders, though not everyone — here’s lookin’ at you, Raven — saw the beauty in her plan.

Below, star Eliza Taylor tells TVLine how she really feels about the heartbreaking twist, »


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Parenthood 100th Episode Photos Tease Big Reconciliation, Heartbreaking Tragedy

17 December 2014 5:58 PM, PST

Parenthood‘s milestone 100th episode is right around the corner — Jan. 8, to be exact — and we’re dreading it, to be honest.

Judging by a batch of new photos that NBC has released from the installment (the show’s first of 2015), Braverman patriarch Zeek will suffer a major health setback. Most of the episode, it seems, will take place at the hospital, where the entire family (including Hank and Joel) gathers to hear the latest news.

Speaking of Joel, the photos also confirm that he and Julia have taken their reconciliation into the bedroom. (In November’s fall finale, the »


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Revenge Welcomes Suits' Gina Torres as a Shady Socialite in Season 4

17 December 2014 1:18 PM, PST

A powerful Suit is on her way to the Hamptons.

Gina Torres has been tapped to recur in the second half of Revenge‘s fourth season, TVLine has learned exclusively, playing an aspiring socialite named Natalie Walsh.

In addition to her dreams of conquering high society — Natalie comes from “humble-but-ambitious roots” — she’s also arriving with a few enemies in her sights, though it’s not yet clear which Hamptons resident she’ll want to “drive a stake into.”

Your thoughts on Torres’ casting? Which Hamptonite do you suspect Natalie will target first? Drop a comment with your predictions below. »


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TVLine Items: Jag Vet to Scorpion, Amy Adams' SNL Promos and More

17 December 2014 11:57 AM, PST

Former Jag star David James Elliott is returning to the network he once called home.

Elliot will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Scorpion, according to The Hollywood Reporter, playing a former Secret Service agent named Bruce Jones. When terrorists threaten to break into a nuclear missile silo, Bruce turns to the Scorpion gang to recover an important, 15-year-old memory.

It’s possible Bruce could become a recurring character.

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

* Dax Shepard (Parenthood) will pay a second visit to NBC’s About a Boy in the Jan. 13 episode, according to THR. Shepard »


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