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Grimm Post Mortem: Claire Coffee on Vengeance, Vermin & 'Gossipy' Wesen

2 hours ago

Claire Coffee has a habit, every time she receives a new Grimm script, of taking note of Adalind’s trajectory over the course of the hour.

“I usually map it out a little bit, emotionally, to see where I’m starting and where I’m going,” she tells TVLine, adding with a chuckle, “The end of last season and the beginning of this season, it’s like, how low can it go?!”

That’s a hypothetical that Coffee may not want to ask, given that this week’s episode finds her Hexenbiest alter ego locked up in a dungeon, and »


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NBC Recast Scoop: Uma Thurman In, Mary-Louise Parker Out in The Slap

4 hours ago

In a last-minute switch, Uma Thurman has replaced Mary-Louise Parker in NBC’s upcoming all-star miniseries The Slap, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Parker was forced to step aside due to health reasons (the actress is recovering from a bout of pneumonia).

An eight-hour take on the 2011 Australian series, The Slap is about how one man’s punishment of another couple’s child explodes into a complex family drama.

The Oscar-nominated Thurman takes over the role of Anouk, a TV writer who is dating her show’s young leading man (Gossip Girl‘s Penn Badgley).

The cast also includes Peter Sarsgaard, »


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Sharon Stone to Play Female Veep in TNT's Newly Greenlit Agent X

4 hours ago

Selina Meyer, she isn’t.

TNT has greenlit the action-drama Agent X, headlined by Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct) — who’ll play America’s first female vice president — and Jeff Hephner (Chicago Fire).

Stone’s role is Natalie Maccabee, a second-in-command who initially worries that her job will be ceremonial in nature. She soon learns that it comes with a top-secret duty: protecting the Constitution in times of great crisis.

Helping the veep in this duty is her Chief Steward (Gerald McRaney, LongmireHouse of Cards) and a secret operative designated “Agent X” (Hephner).

William Blake Herron (The Bourne Identity) penned the pilot. »


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Bad Judge and A to Z Cancelled by NBC

5 hours ago

The verdict is in, and Bad Judge is out.

NBC has issued its first cancellations of the fall season, ending the Kate Walsh-led series and the freshman rom-com A to Z, our sister site Deadline reports.

Both Thursday-night series will be allowed to finish their 13-episode orders. Bad Judge has shot 10 episodes; A to Z has shot 11.

Both shows had seen relatively steady declines since their premieres. This Thursday’s Bad Judge grabbed 4 million viewers and a 0.9 demo rating (down a tenth), while A to Z (2.6 mil/0.7) fell 16 and 22 percent.

Thoughts on the cancellations? Sound off in the comments! »


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The Originals Photos: Esther Tortures Elijah — Plus: Her Master Plan Revealed

6 hours ago

Some moms express their love with hugs. Others with words. And then there’s The Originals‘ Esther Mikaelson, who chooses to shower her children with whips and blood.

Related Exclusive: The Originals Adds Everwood Alumna Debra Mooney as Werewolf Matriarch

A new batch of photos from the CW drama’s Nov. 10 episode — the one right after Nina Dobrev’s guest appearance — find Elijah at his mother’s mercy (and by the looks of things, he does not like it rough).

So… What exactly does Esther have planned for her son?

“She needs to make a case for why being a vampire is the worst thing, »


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TVLine Items: Bradley Cooper's Limitless Pilot, Vicious Season 2 & More

7 hours ago

One of the craziest movies in recent years is on its way to becoming one of the craziest shows of the Fall 2015 season.

Related Starz’s Magic City Returning as Movie; Bruce Willis, More to Join Original Cast

A drama series based on Bradley Cooper’s 2011 action film Limitless — in which his character, Brian Sinclair, harnessed “limitless” abilities via a mysterious drug known as Nzt — has been given a pilot production commitment by CBS, our sister site Deadline reports.

The pilot, which picks up after the events of the movie, is being executive-produced by Cooper, Todd Phillips, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. »


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Bob's Burgers Sneak Peek: Tina Tries to Scare Up a Halloween Date

8 hours ago

We’re with Bob’s Burgers‘ Louise: Why do anything besides trick-or-treat on Halloween, “a day when you can knock on people’s doors and they literally hand you free candy?”

But Tina’s got other plans for the holiday, as you’ll see in this exclusive sneak peek at Sunday’s episode (Fox, 7:30/6:30c).

The cool kids at school are planning on hanging out in the graveyard, and the eldest Belcher child is determined to be there, too… even if her classmates, including the object of her affection, don’t seem to want her around.

But don »


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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Video: Terry (and Terry) Learn All About 'Silent Disco'

9 hours ago

This Sunday on Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox, 8:30/7:30c), the key to kicking Captain Holt’s anti-drug task force into high gear may lie in Rosa and Terry hustling some leads at a “silent disco” — if there is such a thing.

Oh, but there is, both Sgt. Terry Jeffords and his portrayer Terry Crews learned, as shared in the video below.

Press play to hear Crews explain the seemingly contradictory concept, as well as get a glimpse as young Terry Jeffords’ mad disco moves.

Related storiesGracepoint Sneak Peek: Jack's Secret Past Washes AshoreNew Girl Pics: Jess Juggles Two Guys, Gets »


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Arrow First Look: Charlotte Ross Debuts as Felicity's Smoakin' Mom

9 hours ago

Felicity’s mom has got it going on, as evidenced by these exclusive photos from NYPD Blue alum Charlotte Ross‘ debut on The CW’s Arrow.

In “The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak,” airing Wednesday at 8/7c, a cyber attack brings Starling City to its knees, pushing Oliver (played by Stephen Amell) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) to their limits to contain the destruction. Felicity’s world is further upended when her mother, Donna, pays a surprise visit. Nolan Funk (Glee) also guest-stars, as Felicity’s ex-boyfriend.

As hinted in Season 2’s “City of Blood,” Felicity — abandoned by her father »


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Starz's Magic City Returning as Movie; Bruce Willis, More to Join Original Cast

10 hours ago

Starz’s Magic City is getting a second chance at life — this time on the big screen.

Related Starz Renews Black Sails for Season 3, Releases First Season 2 Trailer

The ’60s-set Miami mobster drama, which was cancelled in 2013 after two seasons, will return in movie form with much of its original cast in tact, our sister site Deadline reports. Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Ike Evans), Danny Huston (Ben Diamond) and Kelly Lynch (Meg Bannock) will all reprise their original roles, joined by big names like Bruce Willis and Bill Murray.

Series creator Mitch Glazer has written the script and will also serve as director. »


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Is S.H.I.E.L.D. Security Lax? Could Flash Use Paperweights? Good Wife Gal Mia? Ziva Remembered? And More TV Qs!

10 hours ago

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 Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Criminal Minds, Nashville and The Vampire Diaries!

1 | Did Top Model‘s decision to show a disembodied shot of Adam’s naked torso strike you as exploitative, or was he pretty much courting that kind of treatment when he declared, “Every time that I get to shoot with my shirt off, it really does play to my strengths”?

2 | On Hawaii Five-0, did McGarrett’s new lady friend give you »


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Ratings: Bones Bopped by Big Bang, Elementary Premiere Down, A to Z Falls

11 hours ago

Fox’s Bones on Thursday night returned to 5.6 million total viewers and a 1.3 demo rating (per finals) opposite The Big Bang Theory and Mom, dropping 17 and 23 percent from its last fresh outing.

Leading out of that, Gracepoint (3.3 mil/0.8) was steady.

Elsewhere….

CBS | Pending adjustment due to NFL preemptions, The Big Big Theory marked its homecoming with 16.3 mil and a 4.1, down sharply from last fall’s Thursday premiere (19 mil/5.5) and slipping from its most recent Monday telecast (16 mil/4.6). Mom (11.1 mil/2.5) matched its previous premiere (8 mil/2.5), which aired on Monday, as well as The Millers‘ most recent numbers in the time slot »


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CBS' Supergirl Casting Jimmy Olsen, Cat Grant and Others

12 hours ago

On the heels of sharing details about the casting for Supergirl‘s titular heroine and her foster sister, TVLine now has the scoop on four other series-regular roles to be filled on the drama, which already has a series commitment from CBS.

Cat Grant | The project is eyeing females in their 40s, open ethnicity, to play the founder of CatCo, a media conglomerate that Cat built from the ground up. Kara (Supergirl’s mild-mannered alter ego) will work as a personal assistant to Cat, who is described as “J.Lo by way of Anna Wintour.”

James Olsen | In his late 20s/early 30s, »


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Constantine's Matt Ryan Talks Meeting Zed, Losing His Clothes and Reuniting the Newcastle Crew

14 hours ago

At 4:30 on Thursday morning, a short time before the sun begins to peek over the horizon, Constantine lead Matt Ryan wraps his last scene of the day and goes home to rest.

Just a few hours later, he’s on the phone with TVLine. Doing press on minimal shut-eye isn’t fighting fiery hellbeasts, but it can’t be the most fun he’s ever had, either.

“I’ve just woken up,” the actor says good-naturedly, his Welsh accented voice sounding a little rougher than usual during a chat about his new NBC drama. “I’ve put my eggs on the stove, »


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Once Upon a Time Sneak Peek: Will Belle Betray Rumplestiltskin?

14 hours ago

The honeymoon period is over, folks.

As seen in our exclusive sneak peek from this Sunday’s Once Upon a Time (ABC, 8/7c), Belle has need to confront the Snow Queen, but she’s not about to storm the icy lair alone.

Rather, she wants her powerful husband to come with — but will she go so far as to compel (or “compel,” seeing as she’s unwittingly brandishing a bogus dagger) the Dark One to do her bidding?

Elsewhere in the episode, in flashbacks Belle travels to Arendelle and, with Anna’s help, seeks out Grand Pabbie to help her »


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The Colbert Report's End Date Revealed

23 hours ago

Mark your calendars, America: The final installment of Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report will air on Dec. 18, 2014.

Related Stephen Colbert to Succeed David Letterman at The Late Show — 5 Burning Questions Answered

Host Stephen Colbert made the big announcement himself during Thursday’s episode. He’ll begin his duties as new host of CBS’ The Late Show sometime in 2015.

“Twenty-four hours before the show ends, I’ll probably be a wreck,” Colbert told TVLine in August. “But right now, I’m just really enjoying doing the show as much as I ever have.”

So, Colbert Nation, will you follow your fearless leader over to CBS? »


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How to Get Away With Murder Recap: A Hot, Hot Piece of Asher

23 hours ago

One minute, somebody’s leaving your high-five hanging; five weeks later, that same somebody’s got all 10 fingers (and then some) collating your legal briefs (so to speak).

Welcome to the crazy, killer world of How to Get Away With Murder, where not only do husbands’ penises wind up on dead girls’ phones, but where every paid member of Annalise Keating’s legal team seemingly gets his or her bonus checks in carnal currency. (Ok, so Annalise herself hasn’t bedded any of the “Keating 5″ just yet — but she sure looked open to the possibility while plunking herself down on »


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Parenthood Recap: Growing Pains

23 hours ago

If Thursday’s episode of Parenthood was the first time you’d ever seen the NBC drama — well, as a side note, what have you been doing all this time? — your opinion of Amber Holt would likely be that she’s one of the most mature members of a family that’s single-handedly keeping Kleenex in business.

But for those of us who’ve been watching since the beginning — hell, even if you only tuned in last season and saw Amber foolishly rush into an engagement — you were likely blown away by the leaps and bounds by which she has grown in recent months. »


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Elementary Season 3 Premiere Recap: All By Herself

30 October 2014 8:00 PM, PDT

You don’t have to be Sherlock to figure out that Season 3 of Elementary is going to be a bit different.

Thursday’s season premiere made that pretty clear when it took nearly 13 minutes (sans ads) for Holmes to even appear — and in a creepy helmet, no less. Instead, the opener took its time establishing Joan’s new way of life, picking up six months after the events of Season 2. She’s got an amazing apartment, there’s a meet-cute with her neighbor’s brother (played by Smash’s Raza Jaffrey) involving a lizard and she’s successfully working as a P. »


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Scandal Recap: Lethal Weapons

30 October 2014 8:00 PM, PDT

This Thursday on ABC’s Scandal, Olivia unleashed her fixing skills on two fronts — both on behalf of accused murderers — while Mellie learned an invaluable history lesson from an unlikely teacher.

Ronald Reagan never sat in the Scandal-verse’s White House, we learned this week. Rather, the 40th Potus was named Cooper, and he has died of a stroke as the episode opens. We (and Fitz, nursing his bruised knuckles) get this news from Mellie, who’s back to looking like her usual self as she readies to plan the funeral and meet Coop’s Mrs., named Bitsy. Olivia »


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