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Pretty Little Liars @ PaleyFest: 'Happy Endings' for All, Plus More 7B Scoop

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Several of Rosewood’s finest assembled Saturday at Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre to tease the final 10 episodes of Pretty Little Liars, which showrunner Marlene King considers a “love letter to the fans.”

VideosPretty Little Liars Season 7B: Catch-Up Promo Teases the ‘Ultimate Reveal’

For starters, we’ve got good news — and bad news — for your favorite couples: “All the end games will be the end games,” King promised, though she was quick to clarify that “no one will get there super easily.”

Added executive producer Joseph Dougherty, “Without hurdles, the prize is not worthy. You have to earn your happy endings. »

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New Girl to Reveal Schmidt's First Name — What Could It Possibly Be?!

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This better not be one of those classic Winston and Cece mess-arounds!

Fox on Saturday released a promo for the second-to-last episode of New Girl Season 6 (airing Tuesday at 8/7c), which teases the reveal of Schmidt’s first name. According to the man himself, it might just be “the worst name in the history of names.”

PollNew Girl on the Bubble: Keep or Cut?

If you have any doubt that a reveal is actually going to happen, look no further than series star Hannah Simone’s most recent tweet (which includes the aforementioned promo for your viewing pleasure): »

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The Bachelor Turns 15: Who Were the Best and Worst Suitors? Vote!

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On March 25, 2002, ABC introduced to the world a show that took one man’s search for Ms. Right and, with the help of some alleged post-production trickery and the casting of some beyond wackadoo hopefuls, turned it into a reality-tv phenomenon which has since spawned multiple STDs spin-offs.

We’re of course talking about The Bachelor, which on this day marks its 15th anniversary.

VideosRachel Lindsay Confirmed as First Black Bachelorette

Since inaugural suitor Alex Michel, the ABC franchise has helped 19 other eligible bachelors on their quest for “true love,” most recently bringing together Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi in the Season 21 finale. »

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Ratings: Sleepy Hollow Ticks Up, as Ncaa Hoops Dominate Night

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Fox’s Sleepy Hollow this Friday drew 2 million total viewers and a 0.5 demo rating, ticking up on both counts.

CBS’ Ncaa tourney coverage averaged 7.9 mil and a 2.4, easily leading the night on both counts.

RelatedCBS Renews 16 Series — Which Are Missing?

Over on NBC, Grimm (4.1 mil/0.8) added a few eyeballs while steady in the demo.

RelatedGrimm‘s David Giuntoli Dishes Two (!) Big Deaths, Series Finale Time Jumps

The CW’s The Originals (1 mil/0.4) ticked up from its season opener, while Reign (760K/0.2) was flat.

RelatedThe Originals Recap: »

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Performer of the Week: Nicole Kidman

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The Performer | Nicole Kidman

The Show | Big Little Lies

The Episode | “Once Bitten” (March 19, 2017)

The Performance | All season long on HBO’s Big Little Lies, Kidman’s character Celeste has projected the perfect façade: perfect marriage, perfect kids, perfect life. But in this week’s “Once Bitten,” that façade finally developed a few tiny cracks in it — allowing Kidman to deliver an astonishingly vulnerable performance.

Celeste’s marriage to Perry is volatile, and often violent, and Kidman has brought a fascinating complexity to that, with Celeste defending her husband’s abusive outbursts, and even admitting to being turned on by them. »

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Bill Maher Responds to Ahca Failure: Trump Supporters 'Taken by a Conman'

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Bill Maher wasted no time tearing into President Donald Trump on Friday, using his end-of-show “New Rules” segment to suggest that Potus’ most devoted supporters continue to get “taken by a conman.”

VideosSeth Meyers Accuses Trump of Stealing From SNL: ‘Donald, You Ignorant Slut!’

Going live just hours after Trump met with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and told him to withdraw the bill for the American Health Care Act, a potential Obamacare replacement which was unlikely to receive a simple majority vote, the Real Time host argued that it was time for Trump enthusiasts to admit »

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Sleepy Hollow Ep Teases Henry's Role in Finale, Crane's 'Ultimate Challenge'

24 March 2017 6:59 PM, PDT

Will the real Henry Parrish please stand up?

John Noble made his heralded (second) return to Sleepy Hollow Friday, but not quite as his usual alter ego, Henry Parrish. Instead, the Fringe vet showed up as an amalgam of Ichabod’s memories of him — preserved in the glass jar at The Vault since the despair demon incident — mixed with the blood of the Horseman of War.

Who happened to be Ichabod at the time. (Don’t worry: The Revolutionary War captain was back to his normal self by the end of the episode.)

RelatedFox’s Sleepy Hollow: Keep or Cut? »

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The Originals Recap: The Escape Klaus

24 March 2017 5:59 PM, PDT

Rescuing Klaus proved a little trickier — and a lot bloodier — than expected on Friday’s The Originals.

VideosThe Originals Season 4 Extended Trailer (Finally) Reunites Klaus and Hope

With Josh as their only ally in town — mostly because they politely agreed not to murder his new boyfriend — the Mikaelsons quickly got to work, moving quietly through the tunnels to find their missing sibling. Naturally, Rebekah was selected to distract Marcel while the others attempted to free Klaus, a reunion that led to some painful exchanges, including, “I was a fool for loving you.” (Ouch! … I mean, it’s true, but still. »

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Grimm's David Giuntoli Dishes Two (!) Big Deaths, Series Finale Time Jumps

24 March 2017 5:59 PM, PDT

Warning: Read no further until you’ve seen Friday’s Grimm, because there are major spoilers ahead.

Epic battles tend to have heartbreaking casualties, and the shootout that ended this week’s Grimm was no exception: The episode’s final moments saw an attack at the precinct that left two of Portland’s finest — Hank and Wu — dead.

RelatedGrimm‘s Baby Kelly: Time to Step Up

A very brief recap: The skull-face demon known as Zerstörer entered the real world, where he appeared as a strapping, blonde man with a very large, very deadly staff. Realizing that the bad »

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RuPaul's Drag Race Season 9: Did You Go Gaga For Those Premiere Twists?

24 March 2017 5:59 PM, PDT

RuPaul’s Drag Race returned for its ninth season Friday (now on VH1!), introducing fans to a sickening lineup of 13 new queens — plus one you might recognize.

RelatedRuPaul Biographical Dramedy In the Works From J.J. AbramsBad Robot

I say you “might” recognize her because, honestly, I’m not sure who she is. Her arrival was saved for the final minute of the episode, and before her face was revealed, we were given a big, fat “To Be Continued.”

With that 14th contestant still a question mark, let’s talk about the queens we did meet in this week’s premiere, »

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Fear the Walking Dead Showrunner to Step Down After Season 3

24 March 2017 5:24 PM, PDT

Fear the Walking Dead is undergoing a changing of the guard.

Dave Erickson, the current showrunner of AMC’s zombie spinoff, will step down from that position following the upcoming Season 3, according to our sister site Variety. Erickson will remain as an executive producer on the series, and will develop other projects for AMC Studios under a new overall deal.

PhotosFear the Walking Dead First Look: Strand’s a Bloody Mess in Season 3

Erickson served as showrunner for the first two seasons of Fear, which hasn’t achieved the ratings success of its predecessor The Walking Dead: It »

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Liv and Maddie Series Finale Reveals Why Everyone Talks to the Camera

24 March 2017 2:59 PM, PDT

The series finale of Disney Channel’s Liv and Maddie scattered the Rooney children to the winds, but not before addressing the one question about the show you didn’t even know you had.

VideosLiv and Maddie‘s Dove Cameron Recalls Her Favorite Guest Star of All Time

That’s right, I’m talking about the fourth wall-breaking confessionals, which have been a staple of the sitcom ever since it premiered in July 2013. You probably never wondered why the characters do them, but a reason was given during Friday’s finale — and, honestly, it was kind of brilliant.

Thanks to an inquisitive Dump Truck, »

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Bones' Most Memorable Moments: Mistletoe Kiss, Angie's Name and More

24 March 2017 1:55 PM, PDT

Over the past 12 seasons, Bones has given us as many memorable scenes as there are bones in the human body.

As the Fox drama prepares to air its series finale on Tuesday (at 9/8c), TVLine is looking back at the show’s biggest moments, from Brennan and Hodgins’ terrifying Gravedigger ordeal in Season 2’s standout “Aliens in a Spaceship” to Booth’s impassioned declaration of love in Episode 100.

RelatedBones Boss Talks Explosive Cliffhanger, Urges Fans to ‘Have Faith’ Ahead of Next Week’s Series Finale

Several relationship milestones made our list, including two very different marriage ceremonies and Brennan »

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Cher Exits Lifetime's Flint Water Crisis Movie Due to 'Serious Family Issue'

24 March 2017 12:22 PM, PDT

Cher, who in January was announced as both the star and co-executive producer of Flint, a Lifetime movie based on the ongoing Flint, Mich. water crisis, is no longer affiliated with the project.

RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?

In a statement released exclusively to Deadline, the Oscar-winning actress says that a “serious family issue” has forced her to pull out of the Toronto-based production, which is still on track to begin filming in April.

“This has been a project so near and dear to my heart and I was »

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Mandy Moore Is Not Down With That 'Morbid' Tangled/Frozen Fan Theory

24 March 2017 12:15 PM, PDT

Tangled duo Rapunzel and Flynn may be seen attending Elsa’s coronation in Frozen, but if there’s any other connection between the two Disney franchises, Mandy Moore doesn’t want to hear it.

RelatedTangled: The Series (Already!) Renewed for Season 2 at Disney Channel

While discussing Disney Channel’s Tangled: The Series — which premieres Friday at 7:30/6:30c — TVLine presented Moore, who voices Rapunzel, with the popular (albeit debunked) internet theory that Anna and Elsa’s parents’ ship sunk while they were on their way to attend Rapunzel and Flynn’s wedding.

“That’s a pretty morbid fan theory, »

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This Is Us' Ryan Michelle Bathe Joins Fox's Linda From Hr Pilot in Recast

24 March 2017 12:00 PM, PDT

Lauren Graham‘s new comedic sidekick is getting an extreme makeover.

In an 11th hour recasting, This Is Us‘ Ryan Michelle Bathe has replaced ER alum Angel Laketa Moore in Graham’s Fox sitcom pilot Linda From Hr, TVLine has learned.

RelatedPilot Season ’17: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them

The half-hour, single-camera project centers on Graham’s Linda Plugh, an Hr employee whose one bad decision throws her monotonous, unfulfilled existence into an exciting but dangerous tailspin of balancing her work life, her home life and a secret that could unravel everything.

Bathe »

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TVLine Items: Mary Stuart Masterson's Blindspot Gig, B99 Promo and More

24 March 2017 11:29 AM, PDT

This is some kind of wonderful news: Mary Stuart Masterson will guest-star in Blindspot‘s Season 2 finale.

RelatedBlindspot on the Bubble: Keep or Cut?

Details about Masterson’s character are being kept under wraps, save for the fact that she’s a high-ranking FBI official, EW.com reports.

Masterson — who is known for her work in the films Some Kind of Wonderful and Benny & Joon — recently reprised her NCIS role as Congresswoman Jenna Flemming. Her other TV credits include recurring gigs on Mercy and Law & Order: Svu, as well as guest spots on Blue Bloods and The Good Wife. »

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Is Grey's Doc Unsympathetic? When Has Flash Seen Superman? Iron Fist Literally Stinks? And More Qs!

24 March 2017 10:34 AM, PDT

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 Bates Motel, The Flash, Empire and Grey’s Anatomy!

1 | Could Iron Fist‘s Danny have been any more inept, any slower, in convincing Joy and Ward of his identity? Also, after several days wearing the same dingy clothes — and that was on the heels of his long journey back to America — how riiiiipe was Danny smelling by the time Joy found him on her pristine office couch?

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? »

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King of Queens Reunion! Leah Remini Joins Kevin Can Wait for 2-Part Finale

24 March 2017 10:00 AM, PDT

CBS is reviving King of Queens by way of Kevin Can Wait.

Leah Remini will reunite with onetime TV hubby Kevin James when she guest-stars in his eponymous CBS comedy’s two-part season finale, the network announced on Friday.

RelatedCBS Renews 16 Series, Including Bull, Hawaii Five-0, Scorpion, Blue Bloods and MacGyver — What’s Missing?

The plot of the arc finds James’ character agreeing to come out of retirement briefly to reprise his undercover assignment in an ongoing police investigation where he and fellow cop Vanessa Cellucci (Remini) will, once again, pose as husband and wife.

James and Remini spent nine »

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Sharon Lawrence Joins Me, Myself & I CBS Pilot as Diner Boss in Year 2042

24 March 2017 9:27 AM, PDT

Four-time Emmy nominee Sharon Lawrence will play opposite five-time Emmy winner John Larroquette in CBS’ ambitious Me, Myself & I comedy pilot.

RelatedPilot Season: Scoop on Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them

Penned by Dan Kopelman (Galavant), the single-camera comedy examines the life of one man, Alex Riley, over a 50-year span, focusing on three distinct periods — as a 14-year-old in the year 1991, as a 40-year-old in present day (played by SNL‘s Bobby Moynihan), and as a 65-year-old in 2042 (played by Larroquette).

Per our sister site Deadline, Lawrence will play Eleanor, who in 1991 was the unrequited love of Alex’s life, »

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