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Homeland Season 7 Trailer Shocker: Saul Is the New [Spoiler]

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Saul is getting sprung — and promoted.

Showtime on Tuesday released the first trailer for Homeland‘s forthcoming seventh season (premiering Sunday, February 11 at 9/8c), and it drops a huge spoiler concerning Mandy Patinkin’s incarcerated alter ego. As the promo reveals, Saul gets released from prison and is quickly hired as President Keane’s (Elizabeth Marvel) National Security Advisor. His new gig puts him directly in the crosshairs of — you guessed it — Claire Danes’ Carrie (who recently discovered that Potus is full-tilt evil.)

RelatedHomeland Officially Renewed for Season 7 and Season 8 at Showtime

In addition to Danes, Patinkin and Marvel, »


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Ratings: The Walking Dead Fall Finale Numbers the Worst Since Season 2

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In the wake of Sunday’s fall finale of The Walking Dead, the Nielsens delivered to the AMC drama news that was as almost bad as that which Carl shared with Rick, Michonne and viewers in the episode’s last seconds: According to our sister site Variety, “How It’s Gotta Be” was the series’ lowest-rated midseason finale since Season 2 back in 2011.

The plus-sized installment — in which Negan and the Saviors struck back against the AHK (Alexandria/Hilltop/Kingdom) uprising — averaged a 3.4 rating in adults 18-49 and 7.9 million viewers. »


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Falling Water Lands Season 2 Premiere Date at USA — Watch an Eerie Promo

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Are you getting sleepy? Good, because USA Network’s dream-themed thriller Falling Water is about to return for its sophomore season.

The supernatural drama kicks off Season 2 on Saturday, Jan. 6 at 10/9c on USA, TVLine has learned exclusively. Will Yun Lee, Lizzie Brochere and David Ajala star as three strangers who realize they can use their dreams to change what’s happening in their lives, and in Season 2, they find themselves locked in battle with “an unknown entity that manipulates nightmares, bringing chaos and death into the waking world,” per the official description. »


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Grey's Tackles Domestic Violence 'Head-On' — 2018 First Look

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When Grey’s Anatomy resumes its current 14th season on Jan. 18 (8/7c, ABC), the action will pick up exactly where it left off: With Jo in the midst of a very tense reunion with her abusive husband, Dr. Paul Stadler, played by Glee vet Matthew Morrison. But as this exclusive image from the midseason premiere confirms, the creepy grin Paul had plastered on his face upon seeing his estranged spouse has largely vanished.

RelatedGrey’s Anatomy Stars Defend ‘Jaggie,’ Hint at a ‘Real Hard Left Turn’ Coming

As showrunner Krista Vernoff previously revealed to TVLine, Morrison’s return will bring »


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Ratings: Today Defeats Gma as Its Post-Matt Lauer Surge Continues

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Matt who? The ouster of longtime Today co-anchor Matt Lauer doesn’t seem to have hurt the morning show in the slightest. On the contrary, for the second week in a row, its first two hours have managed to beat its ratings rival Good Morning America in overall viewership, according to our sister site Variety.

RelatedMatt Lauer Breaks Silence In Wake of NBC Firing: ‘I Am Embarrassed and Ashamed,’ Calls Some Claims ‘Untrue’

For the week that ended on December 8, Today not only maintained its usual dominance in the prized 25-54 demo (drawing nearly 1.64 million to Gma‘s 1.38), it »


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Ratings: 9JKL Hits Series Low, Scorpion Draws Best Audience of Season

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CBS’ Kevin Can Wait (with 6.3 million total viewers and a 1.1 demo rating), Man With a Plan (5.7 mil/1.0) and 9JKL (4.3 mil/0.7) all dipped a tenth in the demo this Monday, with the freshman sitcom marking series lows in both measures.

Elsewhere on the Eye network, Superior Donuts  (5.2 mil/0.9) and Scorpion (5.9 mil/0.9) held steady in the demo, with the latter delivering its biggest audience of the season.

NBC | The Voice (10.4 mil/1.9) dominated the night, ticking up week-to-week. Better Late Than Never »


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Runaways: Annie Wersching Breaks Down 'Gross Flaky Guy' Reveal, Previews 'Traumatizing' Flashback

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One of Marvel’s Runaways‘ biggest mysteries has gotten a nip and tuck.

RelatedRunaways Review: Powered by Friendship, Teens Battle Empowered Parents in Super Hulu Series

For much of five episodes (new every Tuesday), viewers of the Hulu series eavesdropped as Church of Gibborim leader Leslie Dean (played by Annie Wersching) slipped inside her uprivate meditation chamber to tend to (and sometimes, ahem, tend to) a man covered with white, flaky skin and hooked up to a Darth Vader-like respirator. But he who Hadrian been officially dubbed “Gross Flaky Guy” at long last was rejuvenated by Pride via the »


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Supergirl Casts This Is Us Actress as Woman With Curious Reign Connection

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Kara may have gotten her Buns of Steel handed to her by Reign during Supergirl‘s fall finale, but a new development in 2018 could turn her luck around.

RelatedSupergirl Fall Finale Recap: Reign Drops

Krys Marshall (This Is Us) will recur in the second half of the CW drama’s third season, TVLine has learned exclusively, playing Julia Freeman, a 20-something musician living near National City who holds clues to Reign’s true identity.

In addition to appearing on This Is Us, Marshall’s small-screen credits include roles on One Day at a Time, NCIS and How I Met Your Mother. »


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Performer of the Year: The 20 Finalists

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Move over Emmy. Step aside Golden Globes. Look out SAG Awards. TVLine is breaking into the kudos biz. 

You see, this year our traditional “Performances of the Year” roundup — which features 20 of 2017’s most breathtaking tour-de-forces — doubles as a quasi nominations ballot. And on Wednesday, Dec. 27, we will crown one of the 20 standout thespians (and only one) 2017’s “Performer of the Year.” 

But our calculations, that gives you less than two weeks to peruse our alphabetical list of finalists and then head to the comments section to make your case for which of the 20 artistes you think most deserves top honors. »


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Kimmel Brings Son to Live in Emotional Plea for Kids' Health Care Funding

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Jimmy Kimmel returned to his late-night perch on Monday night, and he had one adorable co-host in tow.

Kimmel took last week off from hosting Live while his son, Billy, recovered from heart surgery — and upon his return, he made a tearful plea to the nation’s political leaders to renew funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (Chip), which has gone more than 70 days without Congress’ approval for more money.

VideosTracee Ellis Ross Has Advice for Hollywood’s ‘Handsy Men’ on Kimmel

While holding Billy in his arms, Kimmel explained that Chip has historically had bipartisan support, »


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The Gifted Fall Finale Recap: Triple Threat — Plus: Which Hero Died?

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In The Gifted‘s fall finale, the stage was set for a major mutant rescue, until a triple threat of sorts arrived on the scene to make mayhem.

RelatedWhen Will Your Favorite Shows Return From the Holidays?

With Clarice, Dreamer, Andy and Lauren nabbed by Sentinel Services — possibly to be converted into Hounds — Lorna lobbies to launch another attack, but Caitlin and Reed balk. As a compromise, Marcos in the meantime sends people to scout out Sentinel Services and Trask.

The telepath Esme then “eavesdrops” on Reed and Caitlin before discreetly suggesting that this “human problem needs a human solution, »


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The Voice Top 8 Performance Recap: Which Singers Aced Their Semifinals?

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Since we already pretty much knew that The Voice was heading for a Chloe Kohanski/Addison Agen showdown in next week’s finals, there was nothing to do during Monday’s performances by Season 13’s Top 8 but sit back, chillax and enjoy. With last week’s elimination of Ashland Craft and Shi’Ann Jones, the likelihood of a sonic train wreck was greatly reduced. And the remaining singers were ordinarily all, even on an off night, decent. Which of them stood out, though, solidifying for themselves a place alongside Chloe and Addison in the finals? Read on; we’ll discuss. »


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Lucifer's Tom Ellis: Sinnerman Story Twist 'Opens Up a Nice Can of Worms,' Tees Up a 'Strange Bromance'

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Lucifer‘s fall finale steered the Sinnerman story in an unexpected direction — one that cast Lieutenant Marcus Pierce in a whole new light.

RelatedWhen Will Your Favorite Shows Return From the Holidays?

Determined to find out what his freshly-blinded tormentor truly desires, Lucifer conspired with Chloe to sneak the Sinnerman out of Lapd custody and have him lead them to the location of an (allegedly) imperiled young woman. No dummy, Pierce got wise to the duo’s duplicity and tagged along, yet even that added manpower couldn’t keep Lucifer from absconding with his adversary.

Stealing away to one of his tony L. »


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TVLine Items: Alec Baldwin's ABC Comedy, Homeland Adds One and More

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Alec Baldwin, host of ABC’s Match Game and a potential talk show, is adding another role to his Alphabet network resume.

ABC has given a straight-to-series order to an untitled multi-camera family comedy co-created by the 30 Rock actor, along with Kenya Barris (black-ish) and Julie Bean (grown-ish), our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedRoseanne Revival Burning Qs Answered — What to Expect From Season 10

The show — which is being developed as a possible starring vehicle for Baldwin — follows an opinionated former TV star who moves in with his liberal daughter, her girlfriend and their child.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? »


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Scorpion: Shantel VanSanten Brings a Certain Ex Appeal — 2018 First Look

11 December 2017 9:00 AM, PST

Playing Toby’s ex, Shantel VanSanten marks the spot in this exclusive photo from the first 2018 episode of CBS’ Scorpion.

VideosScorpion Sneak Peek: Is This Goodbye for Cabe? What Did He Leave Team?

As reported by TVLine, the Shooter star/One Tree Hill alum will recur during the back half of Season 4 as Toby’s onetime fiancée, Amy, who is now married to his nemesis, pop-psychologist Quincy Berkstead (Jeff Galfer).

Amy is described as a brilliant geneticist whom Toby met while at Harvard Medical School. Although she broke off their engagement due to Toby’s gambling and immaturity, she »


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Fuller House Season 3B Trailer: D.J. Takes the Plunge, But Is It With Steve?

11 December 2017 8:29 AM, PST

Wanna know how much insanity is packed into this recently released trailer for the second half of Fuller House‘s third season? A real-life crocodile makes itself at home in the clip… and that’s still not the part that’s got us talking.

We’re far more interested in the family’s time in Tokyo for Steve’s wedding, particularly how the groom-to-be will react now that he knows that D.J. loves him… and what that may or may not have to do with a) Matt possibly proposing while they’re abroad, and b) Deej taking a spill »


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Ratings: Simpsons Hits Season Highs, Wisdom of the Crowd Ties Low

11 December 2017 8:27 AM, PST

Leading out of The Ot this week, Fox’s The Simpsons drew 7.5 million total viewers and a 2.7 demo rating, besting its previous Season 29 highs by 44 and 22 percent.

A double helping of Bob’s Burgers then did 3.8 mil/1.6) (tying its own season high in the demo) and 2.9 mil/1.3, while Family Guy (2.8 mil/1.2) ticked up.

RelatedWhen Will Your Favorite Shows Return From the Holidays?

Elsewhere….

NBC | Sunday Night Football (15.9 mil/4.9) was down a tick from last week’s fast nationals.

PhotosFall TV Winners & Losers 2017!

CBS | Wisdom of the Crowd (6.2 mil/0.7) dipped a tenth to tie its series low, while NCIS: La (7.4 mil »


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The Walking Dead's Chandler Riggs Was Blindsided by 'Devastating' Twist

11 December 2017 7:17 AM, PST

The following contains spoilers from the fall finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

The Walking Dead pulled a bite-and-switch during Season 8’s fall finale, when after getting people thinking that Lucille might have a date with someone else’s cranium, no heroes wound up stepping up to the bat.

Alas, the episode’s final moments revealed that there would be a casualty nonetheless — because Carl had been bitten by a walker in the course of transporting Siddiq.

RelatedWalking Dead Fall Finale Recap: Barbarians at the Gate

What did original cast member Chandler Riggs have to say about the deadly twist? »


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2017 in Review: The 20 Funniest TV Moments of the Year

11 December 2017 7:12 AM, PST

As we approach the end of the living nightmare known as “2017,” let’s take a moment to remember the good times, shall we?

We needed laughs more than ever this year, and our small-screen favorites were more than happy to oblige. From Broad City‘s animated mushroom trip to Will & Grace‘s, ahem, “shower scene,” we’re still laughing over the 20 moments included in our best-of gallery.

Heck, one of the year’s funniest TV moments wasn’t even supposed to be funny. (Spoiler alert: the scene in question is from a Shondaland drama. And involves a dinosaur.)

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Golden Globe Nominations 2018: My Snappy Judgments

11 December 2017 6:09 AM, PST

The Golden Globe nominations were, as per usual, a mixed bag (full list here). For every inspired nod (congrats, Rachel Brosnahan!) there was one that had me scratching the skin off my scalp (nothing for The Leftovers?!). So without further adieu, I give you the good, the bad and the downright ugly from this year’s list.

I’m Super-Ecstatic About:

* Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel sneaking into the super-competitve best comedy series category. Also: The aforementioned Brosnahan scoring a nod for her breakout performance in the title role.

* Will & Grace getting a best comedy nod after a decade away. »


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