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Empire Recap: Bang! Bang! There Goes His Heart!

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Everything important about this week’s installment of Empire can be summed up by a Gif of Cookie Lyon’s perfectly stacked backside — packaged in a blue print minidress that underscores the effectiveness of a once-daily prison-yard-workout.

Of course, the image would have to include her ex-husband Lucious in the foreground, eyes blazing with a mix of lust and love and a liberal dash of amusement, because at present, this is Cookie’s game. And whether she chooses to use her physical, intellectual and emotional powers to humiliate a rival, inspire a multi-platinum hook, snatch back her man or pave »

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The Americans Season 3 Premiere Recap: Nyet Matrix

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Two ops go irrevocably awry in The Americans‘ third season opener, and not even all the vodka in Vladivostok can make things right.

But that’s probably a good thing; you — and the Jennings — are going to want a clear head to handle everything that goes down during the hour.

We’ve got the death of one of Philip’s operatives! We’ve got two characters exploring the Kama Sutra in sweaty, naked detail! We’ve got Elizabeth physically fighting FBI head honcho Gaad! We’ve got the exchange of a bake-sale brownie! (Believe me, that last one is just »

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Pilots: ABC Orders Flesh and Blood Thriller from Scandal/Grey's Vet

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ABC is Flesh-ing out its pilot orders with a thriller from a Shondaland vet.

The network has given the go-ahead to Flesh and Blood, a thriller from onetime Grey’s Anatomy/Scandal producer Jenna Bans.

The potential series centers on a politician’s son who shows up nearly 10 years after his presumed death and rocks the local community. His reappearance, naturally, has repercussions for the neighbor jailed for his murder and the police officer that handled the case.

In addition to writing several episodes each of Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy, Bans created the one-and-done Shondaland drama Off the Map, »

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Post Mortem: Suits Boss Talks Louis' (Unforgivable?) Actions, Donna's Sex Confession and Multiple S-Bombs

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Be careful what you wish for.

That adage might come to haunt Louis after Wednesday night’s winter premiere of Suits, in which the lawyer finally got the name partnership he craved. But will the terms of his deal at the firm — he’s now a co-conspirator in keeping Mike’s secret — tarnish his achievement?

“Louis is always in that kind of situation, because part of his problem is that he’s not really satisfied with himself, internally,” explains executive producer Aaron Korsh. “He’s always going to find dissatisfaction in whatever he gets.”

His prize also came about through »

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Pilots: CBS Orders Bradley Cooper- Produced Limitless Drama, 2 Comedies

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CBS’ latest pilot orders include an adaptation of the Bradley Cooper movie Limitless.

In the original 2011 thriller, Cooper starred as Eddie Morra, a writer who with the help of the experimental drug Nzt is able to access 100 percent of his mind, and in turn rockets to success in the financial world.

The TV take, penned by Craig Sweeny (Elementary, The 4400) and counting Cooper among its executive producers, follows a man who uses his newfound Nzt-enhanced abilities to (of course) solve weekly cases for the FBI.

Other EPs on the project include Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, and director Neil Berger »

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Post Mortem: The 100 Ep, Stars on Bellamy & Lincoln's 'Conflict' — Plus: Who Won't Make It to the City of Light?

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Wednesday’s The 100 threw a series of monkey (pun intended!) wrenches into the Sky People’s plans, dividing them as a group like never before.

Below, executive producer Jason Rothenberg, along with Ricky Whittle (Lincoln) and Isaiah Washington (Jaha), discuss some of this week’s biggest twists — including Bellamy and Lincoln’s uncertain futures — and offer a sneak peek at what’s to come in the later half of Season 2.

Bellamy & Lincoln | Let’s begin at Mount Weather, where Bellamy and Lincoln are both in dire straits. Bellamy will find himself “in a bad way,” notes Rothenberg, and he »

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Arrow Recap: Black-and-Blue Canary

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If you were among those caterwauling about it being too soon for Arrow‘s Laurel to ably assume the Canary persona, boy oh boy, this episode was for you.

At the top of this week’s episode, Laurel-as-Canary goes to save a damsel in distress, and though she gets a few licks in, she soon enough is on the losing end of the fight, her bacon only saved by Roy/Arsenal, who says: “I think we need to talk.” Uh, yeah!

The thing is, Danny “Brick” Brickwell is tearing through Starling City, kidnapping Aldermen in the name of leveraging madame »

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Nashville Pics: Rayna & Her Girls Pack The Bluebird, Deacon Gets a Visitor

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Maddie and Daphne Conrad, you have arrived.

After all, what other kid your age has played the legendary Bluebird Cafe — and with his or her superstar mother sharing the stage?

These photos from Nashville‘s Feb. 11 episode (10/9c) give us a peek at the First Lady of Country Music and her girls playing to a packed house while family and friends — like Bucky — look on in admiration.

Per the episode’s official description, Rayna battles rumors about her breakup with Luke by returning to the public eye on her own terms, and — as we see in the other photos in »

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American Idol Recap: Stop and 'Frisco

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As the fathers of soon-to-be 4-year-old twins, my husband and I have a perpetual fascination with the “Stanford marshmallow experiment.” For the uninitiated, I’m talking about a psychological test from the late 1960s in which children were offered the choice of one fluffy, white confection or — if they were willing to sit unattended in a room with said snack for 15 minutes (and not devour it) — the reward of two tasty treats.

“Oh Em Gee, Slezak, but what does this have to do with American Idol?!” you ask.

See, I’ve got a theory. The producers of The House in »

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Supergirl Scoop: Jimmy Olsen to Be Played by Desperate Housewives Alum

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Extra, extra, read all about it: CBS’ Supergirl has snapped up Desperate Housewives vet Mehcad Brooks to play the classic role of shutterbug Jimmy Olsen, TVLine has learned.

Supergirl‘s version of Jimmy is described as a smart, worldly photographer for CatCo, the media company where Kara — played by Glee‘s Melissa Benoist — works. He has recently been living and working in National City, though the reason is still a secret, and his salt-of-the-earth nature quickly piques Kara’s interest.

Brooks’ TV resume also includes stints on Necessary Roughness, True Blood and The Game.

Other Supergirl roles still to be »

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Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer Adds Jon Hamm, Chris Pine, Others

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Wet Hot American Summer just added a whole bunch of very impressive bunkmates.

Mad Men‘s Jon HammStar Trek‘s Chris PineSaturday Night Live alum Kristen Wiig and Rushmore‘s Jason Schwartzman will be present when Camp Firewood re-opens for business, TVLine has confirmed.

Per our sister site Deadline, which first reported the news, Hamm will play a spy, Pine’s role simply will be “mysterious,” and Wiig will play a counselor at the prepster Camp Tigerclaw (Firewood’s rival). All of the roles are either guest star or recurring.

The newbies join most of the 2001 cult film »

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The Good Wife Brings Back Gary Cole for Springtime Story Arc

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Gary Cole is heading back to The Good Wife for a springtime story arc, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Cole last appeared on the acclaimed CBS drama in November 2013, shortly after his character, Kurt McVeigh, tied the knot with Christine Baranski’s Diane Lockhart.

How has that marriage withstood all the workplace drama Diane has weathered since? Find out when Cole puts in his first appearance in a March episode.

The Good Wife resumes Season 6 on Sunday, March 1.

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Scandal: Shonda Rhimes Teases Mia Olivia's New Direction, Stands By Fitz

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When ABC’s Scandal resumes Season 4 this Thursday at 9/8c, no time will have passed since Olivia went missing in the midst of a piano-top tryst with Jake.

And then, less-than-no time will have passed…?

“No time will have lapsed,” series creator Shonda Rhimes states. “And negative time will have lapsed.” Meaning, there likely will be a tiny jump backwards, to shed a bit more light on what exactly went down when Jake jogged down the hall to fetch that crucial blanket/pushin’ cushion (as recounted in the promo below).

Given Scandal‘s standing as the most secretive of the Shondaland shows, »

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Jane the Virgin Casts Rita Moreno as Rogelio's Glam Mother

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Prepare to meet the woman who gave birth to the fabulous Rogelio De La Vega.

Jane the Virgin has tapped legendary West Side Story actress Rita Moreno to play the mother of the scene-stealing soap star, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Jane’s paternal grandma — or “Glam-ma,” as she’s called — is fiercely protective of her wildly successful son. She will make her debut in Episode 18.

Moreno — whose TV credits include Happily Divorced, Oz and The Electric Company — is one of a select group of performers who have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony (aka Egot).

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Salem Season 2 Gets Premiere Date — Plus: See an Intense First Look Photo

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Salem fans, your wait is almost over.

Wgn America on Wednesday finally conjured up the premiere date for the second season of its spellbinding drama, announcing that the witches will return Sunday, April 5 at 10/9c.

Along with this news, Wgn America also released a first-look photo, featuring Mary (Janet Montgomery) and newcomer Stuart Townsend, who plays a mysterious doctor named Samuel Wainwright.

Check out the new photo below, then drop a comment: What do you hope to see in Salem Season 2?

Related storiesLucy Lawless, Stuart Townsend Join Salem Season 2 -- Watch New TeaserSalem Season 2 Teaser Trailer: Warmongering Mary »

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Sneak Peek: Backstrom Reveals He's Been Bullied... and 'Squirreled'?

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Backstrom‘s titular police lieutenant had a rough childhood, apparently, as disclosed in this sneak peek from this week’s episode of Fox’s freshman drama (Thursday, 9/8c).

In Episode 2 of the midseason procedural, the Special Crimes Unit is enlisted to help with an arson case that gets escalated to attempted murder. In the clip below, as Backstrom and Detective John Almond prepare to search a local firehouse, Rainn Wilson’s alter ego lets slip with some details about his past — including a form of bullying that’s “exactly what you think it is.”

Advisory: Top Gun volleyball scene-caliber barechested male revelry ahead. »

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TVLine Items: A Most Devious Return, J.K. Simmons' SNL Promos and More

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A familiar face could create quite a mess for the Devious Maids in Season 3.

Brianna Brown — whose character, Taylor Stappord, hasn’t been seen since she moved to Washington, D.C. with her husband in Season 2 — will return to the Lifetime drama as a series regular in its upcoming third season, our sister site Deadline reports.

Any guesses why the Stappords, or at least Taylor, will be back in Beverly Hills? Hit the comments with your thoughts and theories.

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

* Jerry Ferrara (Entourage) will co-star in the second season of Starz’s Power, »

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Grey's Anatomy: Shonda Rhimes on MerDer's 'Intense' Obstacles, Two Docs' 'Wonderful Journey' and More

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Camilla Luddington has a leg up on some East Coast weather forecasters, because her assessment of Grey’s Anatomy‘s upcoming run — “All storm. No calm.” — passes muster with the boss herself.

“I think that’s a lovely way of describing it,” Shonda Rhimes says of Luddington’s terse tease. “Good for her.”

Of course, as the ABC drama returns Thursday at 8/7c, the coldest front is swirling around Meredith and Derek’s home, in the wake of Dr. Shepherd accepting a D.C.-based job offer from the President of the United States — at Meredith’s urging-slash-taunting.

“That, for them, »

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Budweiser's 'Lost Dog' Super Bowl Ad Reunites the Puppy and Horse in 2015

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It’s too bad the Internet hates puppies and friendship, because Budweiser is bringing back a pair of its web-famous Super Bowl characters for an aww-inducing reunion this Sunday.

In case you’re not familiar with Bud’s unnamed puppy and horse, first introduced in its 2014 Super Bowl commercial, there’s only one thing you really need to know: They are best friends, and they are adorable. (Sorry, I guess that was two things.)

Just like in 2014, the horse and puppy will do whatever it takes to be together, though Budweiser really upped the duo’s obstacles this year, going »

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Ratings: Special CSI Hits Season Highs, Agent Carter and CW Dramas Dip

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Leading out of an NCIS: New Orleans rerun (11.6 mil/1.6), a special broadcast of CSI on Tuesday drew 10.3 million total viewers and a 1.6 demo rating, up 24 and 33 percent from its Sunday double-pump to hit Season 15 highs in both measures.


NBC | Parks and Recreation (3.5 mil/1.4, 2.9 mil/1.3) and Marry Me (2.3 mil/0.7) were steady, while About a Boy (2.8 mil/0.8) dipped a tenth.

ABC | Leading out of a Shark Tank rerun, Agent Carter (4.6 mil/1.3) slipped 10 percent and two tenths.

The CW | The Flash (4 mil/1.3) and Supernatural (2.1 mil/0.8) each dipped a tenth, hitting and tying season lows.

Fox | MasterChef Junior (5 mil/1.6) slipped 10 percent and two tenths. »

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