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Ratings: Zoo Opens With a Decent Roar

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CBS’ Zoo debuted on Tuesday night to 8.1 million total viewers and a 1.2 demo rating, making it the summer’s most watched and No. 2-rated new scripted series.

For comparison’s sake, Extant last summer premiered to 9.6 mil and a 1.6, while Under the Dome opened Season 3 last Thursday with 6.3 mil/1.3.

RelatedZoo Premiere Recap: Purr-fect Summer Treat or Total Cat-tastrophe?

TVLine readers gave the James Patterson adaptation an average grade of “C+.”


Fox | Coverage of the FIFA Woman’s World Cup drew 9 mil and a 3.3 during primetime’s 8 o’clock hour.

NBC | America’s Got Talent (10.6/2.4) slipped two tenths opposite »

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Fall TV: Lady Gaga vs. Nashville, and Wednesday's Other DVR Dilemmas

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The Fall TV season will be here before you know it, and with it comes exciting — sometimes excruciating — viewing choices. And the time to get dwelling on those DVR dilemmas is now.

Related Fall TV: Your Handy Calendar of 90+ Premiere Dates

All this week, TVLine is presenting you with the grids for each night’s fall line-up, including Big 5 fare and the likely cable competition. (Click for Monday and Tuesday polls.) You then vote for what you plan to watch “live” during each time slot.

(If you are forever hung up on my use of the word “live,” I invite »

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Dukes of Hazzard Dropped by TV Land: Bad Rap for the Good Ol' Boys?

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How much to get the The General Lee a new paint job?

That question might be on the mind of Dukes of Hazzard fans after TV Land yanked twice-daily reruns of the show earlier this week due to controversy over the Confederate flag emblazoned on the roof of the 1969 Dodge Charger driven by its central characters, Bo and Luke Duke.

RelatedMatt’s Inside Line: Scoop on The Flash, Teen Wolf, Bones, Once, Castle, Faking It, Wayward Pines, The Strain and More

The move follows a decision by Warner Bros. to cease any Dukes merchandising deals involving the Confederate flag — a »

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MythBusters Summer Return Date Set; Watch Explosive Premiere Teaser

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The sun is shining, temperatures are climbing and Discovery Channel’s MythBusters is headed outdoors.

The cabler’s long-running science series will return for its summer season on Saturday, July 18, at 9/8c, TVLine has learned exclusively.

RelatedSummer TV Calendar: The Strain, Married, Hell on Wheels and 105+ Other Dates to Save

In the midseason premiere, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman attempt to blow a boat out of the water using 1,000 pounds of high explosives (press Play on the video above to see how that goes).

Throughout the summer, Adam and Jamie will also bust major pop-culture myths, including the feasibility of »

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Scream Series Premiere: Will You Give MTV's Whodunit Another Stab?

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Terror was reborn — albeit with a slightly remodeled face — on Tuesday when MTV premiered Scream, a small-screen slasher inspired by Kevin Williamson’s classic horror movie franchise.

VideosScream Clip: Bella Thorne Takes a Deadly Dip in First Scene from Premiere

The big debut kicked off with “it” girl Nina Patterson — played by Bella Thorne, who’s already having a rough week after that whole heroin thing — being selected as the masked killer’s first victim. And while no one knows who offed Nina, her murder brings back fond memories of Brandon James, an unfortunate bro who terrorized the town »

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NBC's American Odyssey Cancelled

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Sgt. Odelle “Call Me Isabel Rainey” Ballard’s American Odyssey has in fact come to an end.

Related2015 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Executive producer Peter Horton shared the “heartbreaking” news on Twitter late Tuesday, two days after the season finale:

As you all know we have bn canceled. Had we been on cable wld have bn a hit Thx to all of u for bing our audience #thebest #AmericanOdyssey

Peter Horton (@zonker35) July 1, 2015

#AmericanOdyssey Heartbreaking. But you all have been the best. xo

Peter Horton (@zonker35) July 1, 2015

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Teen Wolf Recap: Hammer Time

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Scott might not have much faith in Stiles’ detective skills, but after Tuesday’s Teen Wolf, I’ve never been more certain about his instincts: There’s something about Theo.

RelatedTeen Wolf Boss Previews Scott’s ‘Failure,’ the Return of Aiden (Among Others) and More Season 5 Scoop

The Rosewood transplant sat Scott and Stiles down this week for a debriefing on his initial transformation — he claims he was attacked by an Alpha while skateboarding in an empty swimming pool — and everything appeared in order. Stiles even followed Theo into the woods, with Liam in tow, only to catch him in the act… »

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Zoo Premiere Recap: Purr-fect Summer Treat or Total Cat-tastrophe?

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In the rundown of “Wait! What?!” questions raised by the premiere episode of CBS’ new summer thriller, Zoo, “Why are lions waging an organized war against humans?” barely cracks the Top 5.

For starters, after seeing his best friend seemingly mauled to death by a lion in the back of a van, how come handsome safari guide Jackson Oz (The Crazy OnesJames Wolk) isn’t a blubbering, wild-eyed mess, but instead apologizing for the quality of the coffee he’s serving to a pretty/traumatized Frenchwoman?

RelatedBlind Item: Will This Be the Fall’s Most Divisive Television Event?

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Pretty Little Liars Recap: Say Cheese

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As all Pretty Little Liars fans can attest, it’s not uncommon to shout think “Wtf?” during any given episode of the ABC Family drama — and Tuesday’s hour presented what might have been the Wtf-iest moment in the series’ history.

RelatedPretty Little Liars: New Clues About the Girls’ Lives After the Big Time Jump

I’m talking, of course, about Spencer’s opening nightmare, in which a creepy young dancer lead her through the catacombs of Radley in an attempt to deliver some sort of message. Spencer claimed the girl reminded her of a young Alison, but »

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House of Cards Adds Neve Campbell as Series Regular for Season 4

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Party of Five alumna Neve Campbell has joined the cast of Netflix’s House of Cards‘ as a series regular for Season 4, which finds power couple Frank and Claire Underwood headed into an election, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedHouse of Cards Boss Beau Willimon Responds to Gripe About Season 3

Details about Campbell’s character are being kept under wraps.

In addition to her Po5 run, Campbell’s more recent TV credits include Mad Men, Lifetime’s An Amish Murder movie, an arc on Grey’s Anatomy and an upcoming stint on Welcome to Sweden Season 2.

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Agent Carter Season 2: Who's Moving to Los Angeles With Peggy?

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In Season 2 of Marvel’s Agent Carter, Peggy will “journey from New York City to Los Angeles for her most dangerous assignment yet,” where she “discovers new friends, a new home… and perhaps even a new love.”

But she’ll have at least a few familiar faces around, as well.

RelatedAgents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Henry Simmons Upped to Series Regular for Season 3

Thus far, both James D’Arcy and Enver Gjokaj, who play Howard Stark’s manservant Jarvis and Ssr agent Daniel Sousa, respectively, have signed on for the ABC drama’s second season, EW. »

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Degrassi's Original Cast Reunites for Farewell Special — See the Photos

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This is one high school reunion to which we’d definitely R.S.V.P.

Degrassi: The Next Generation‘s past and present is colliding this week as TeenNick films It Goes There: Degrassi‘s Most Talked-About Moments, a retrospective special airing July 31 (8/7c) in conjunction with the long-running drama’s series finale. (The follow-up series, Degrassi: Next Class, hits Netflix in 2016.)

RelatedDegrassi to End Its Run on TeenNick in July After 14 Seasons

Among the stars in attendance: Stacey Farber (Ellie), Lauren Collins (Paige), Shane Kippel (Spinner), Jake Epstein (Craig), Charlotte Arnold (Holly J.), Miriam McDonald (Emma), Ana Golja (Zoe »

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How Might Leap Second Have Altered the Course of Your Favorite Shows?

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If Tuesday felt like it dragged on longer than any day in recent memory, that’s because it did.

Thanks to a phenomenon known as “leap second,” June 30 was exactly one second longer than most days. The extra increment of time is undetectable to humans but necessary, scientists say, to line ourselves up with the Earth’s gradually slowing rotation.

Related Fall TV Grid 2015: What’s on When? And Versus What?

But enough with the science. News coverage of the additional second (which will show up at 8 pm Et) got the TVLine staff thinking: How might some of your »

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Minority Report Adds One Big Happy's Nick Zano as Pre-cog Twin

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Nick Zano has seen the future, and it involves him playing a prognosticating twin in  Minority Report.

The actor (One Big Happy, Happy Endings, 2 Broke Girls) has joined the cast of the upcoming Fox drama as Pre-cog Arthur, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedFox Premiere Dates: Scream Queens‘ Big Bow, Bones/Sleepy Combo Lands October Launch and More

The series picks up 10 years after the end of Pre-crime in Washington, D.C., where one of the three Pre-cogs, Dash (played by NYC 22′s Stark Sands), struggles to lead a “normal” human life, haunted as he is by visions of the future. »

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Vampire Diaries: Lethal Lesbians Among Season 7's New Blood

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Good news, fans of chaos: It looks like Mama Salvatore won’t be the only fanged fatale dishing out headaches in The Vampire Diaries‘ upcoming seventh season.

RelatedVampire Diaries Ep Explains Elena’s Exit, Stefan’s Big Move; Previews ‘Dark’ Damon, Season 7’s Big Bad and More

TVLine has learned that three new vampires will be thrown into the mix when the CW drama returns (Oct. 8, 8/7c), including the show’s first same-sex couple. (Note: This is all based on preliminary casting intel. It’s still early, so the particulars of any or all of these roles are subject to change. »

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Ratings: Disney's Teen Beach 2 Flirts With 6 Million (Frustrated?) Viewers

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Disney Channel’s Teen Beach Movie sequel made a decent, if not record-breaking, splash on Friday night.

RelatedTeen Beach 2 Stars Weigh In on That Big Twist Ending: ‘I Like the Message It Sends’

Teen Beach 2 — which drummed up more than a little controversy/backlash with its twisty ending (that I thus far have remained unspoiled for!!!) — drew 5.8 million total viewers in its debut, down 30 percent from the original time-trippy flick yet still ranking as cable’s No. 1 movie of 2015 to date.

What’s more, TB2 stands as the No. 1 cable-tv telecast in nearly two years in the »

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TVLine Items: Trailers for The Affair and BoJack, Miss USA Hosts Bail and More

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“Do you honestly think that things just work out for the best? That true love conquers all?”

Showtime’s The Affair is posing a tough question in the first trailer for its upcoming second season.

RelatedThe Affair Season Finale Recap: They Can’t Handle the Truth

In the video below, Alison and Noah’s morally ambiguous relationship appears much less romantic than it did in Season 1: They fight, they cry in the shower and Noah, who was arrested at the end of last year’s finale, is thrown into a jail cell. (What are you waiting for? Press play! »

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Suits Scoop: Scrubs Nurse Is Harvey Specter's New Secretary

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It might feel like Donna is irreplaceable on Suits. And yet, Harvey has found someone to fill her swivel chair.

Scrubs alumna Aloma Wright will recur on Season 5 of the USA Network series as the lawyer’s new legal secretary, Gretchen Bodinski, TVLine has learned.

RelatedSuitsSarah Rafferty Previews Donna and Harvey’s ‘Strained’ Relationship

Gretchen — who makes her debut in this Wednesday’s episode — has more than two decades of experience and isn’t afraid to tell it like it is, which allows her to bring a fresh perspective to the firm.

In addition to playing Nurse Laverne Roberts on Scrubs, »

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Blind Item: Will This Be the Fall's Most Divisive Television Event?

30 June 2015 9:04 AM, PDT

Fall TV madness doesn’t officially get underway for another 11 weeks, but we’re calling it now: The breakup of a certain couple will go down as one of the — if not the — most polarizing events of the 2015-16 season.

RelatedFall TV 2015: Your Handy Calendar of 90+ Season and Series Premiere Dates

I’ve learned that a hit series will throw caution to the wind and put a (possibly permanent!) pin in one of TV’s most popular love stories — a game-changing move that threatens to seismically alter the DNA of the series.

Oh, and it will also piss off a lot of people, »

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Ratings: Whispers Slips to Season Lows

30 June 2015 8:47 AM, PDT

ABC’s The Whispers — which finally tacked on a revealing scene that actually had been in the series’ original pilot — drew 3.4 million total viewers and a 0.8 rating this Monday, down 13 percent and two tenths to season lows.

Opening ABC’s night, The Bachelorette (6.6 mil/1.9) dipped a tenth.

RelatedThe Bachelorette Recap: Cry, Cry, Baby

Over on NBC, American Ninja Warrior (6.7 mil/1.9) and The Island (3.4 mil/1.1) each added a few eyeballs plus a tenth in the demo.

RelatedSo You Think You Can Dance Recap: Grieving Las Vegas

Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance (3.3 mil/0.9) was steady week-to-week, but versus »

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