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Ellen Pompeo Is Offended Fans Think ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Can’t Continue Without Patrick Dempsey’s McDreamy

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Ellen Pompeo doesn’t think “Grey’s Anatomy” needs McDreamy, a.k.a. Dr. Derek Shepherd, and is offended that fans believe the show can’t carry on without him after his death. Season 11 of the ABC show killed off Shepherd after a horrific car accident, and backlash erupted on social media as fans were sad to see a fan favorite go after 11 years. The love story between Meredith Grey (Pompeo) and McDreamy (Patrick Dempsey) was over — but Pompeo said that doesn’t mean the show is over, too. “Let’s keep it really real for a second and say »


- Beatrice Verhoeven

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Marvel's Luke Cage Casts House of Cards Vet as Villain Cottonmouth

20 hours ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

A House of Cards vet is set to deal Luke Cage a load of trouble.

Mahershala Ali, who plays morally flexible Remy Danton on Netflix’s inaugural original drama, has been cast on the streamer’s Marvel’s Luke Cage superhero series as Cornell “Cottonmouth” Stokes, a Harlem nightclub owner whose criminal activities position him as an adversary for the title character (played by The Good Wife’s Mike Coulter).

RelatedNetflix’s Jessica Jones Adds Matrix Badass Carrie-Anne Moss

Other recent castings include Alfre Woodard (as a powerful politico named Minetta), Sons of Anarchy’s Theo Rossi (as career criminal »


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'Mr. Robot' Season 2 Details

23 hours ago | Access Hollywood | See recent Access Hollywood news »

"Mr. Robot," one of the summer's best TV shows, came to a world-crashing end last night. So what can fans expect in Season 2?

 

But first, series stars Rami Malek (Elliot) and Christian Slater (Mr. Robot) revealed to Access Hollywood what they thought of the finale, which was pushed back after the shooting tragedy in Virginia last month. We caught up with actors last month to get their thoughts on the stunning finale.

 

"I couldn't believe it," Christian told Access of the episode. "I was really happy, I was very excited."

Watch: ‘Mr. Robot’ ...

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- access.hollywood@nbcuni.com (Access Hollywood)

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‘Game of Thrones’ Casts ‘UnREAL’ Star Freddie Stroma for Season 6

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Game of Thrones” has added Freddie Stroma, star of Lifetime’s “UnREAL,” for season six, Variety has confirmed.

Stroma will play Dickon Tarly, brother of Samwell (John Bradley), in the HBO series’ upcoming season. We’re expected to meet the rest of Sam’s family, including his father, the ruthless Randyll Tarly, in the new season.

In addition to his breakout role as Adam Cromwell on the Lifetime drama — which has already been renewed for a second season — Stroma is best known for playing Cormac McLaggen in the “Harry Potter” franchise.

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- Laura Prudom

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Netflix Renews Narcos for Season 2

23 hours ago | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Netflix apparently enjoys being in business with Pablo Escobar. The streaming giant has renewed Narcos, its latest drama series, which focuses on the drug kingpin and the Medellin Cartel, for a second season. The Hollywood Reporter was the first to break the news. Narcos debuted its 10-episode first season last Friday, Aug. 28. The series stars Wagner Moura as Pablo Escobar, Maurice Compte as Horatio Carrillo, Boyd Holbrook as Steve Murphy, Pedro Pascal as Javier Peña, Joanna Christie as Connie Murphy, Roberto Urbina as Fabio, Ana de la Reguera as Elisa, Danielle Kennedy as Ambassador Noonan, and Stephanie Sigman as Valeria Velez. For Narcos Season 2, Adam Fierro (The Shield) will take over as showrunner for Chris Brancato (Hannibal). Brancato served as showrunner throughout Narcos‘ debut season but left the series to join ABC’s Of Kings and Prophets, which is slated to premiere sometime at midseason. With this renewal for Narcos, »


- Chris King

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Bones Enlists 24's Kim Raver to Find an Mia Booth — First Look

23 hours ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Kim Raver will find herself in Jack Bauer-mode this fall when she joins Bones for a special arc that, coincidentally, will feel very reminiscent of 24.

RelatedExclusive: David Boreanaz Returns to Bones Following Health Scare

“It’s a true thriller — somewhere between a traditional Bones and an episode of 24,” exec producer Michael Peterson tells TVLine of Season 11’s opening two-episode salvo, which kicks off on Oct. 1 and revolves around the search for David Boreanaz’ Booth.

Raver plays FBI special agent Grace Miller, who is brought in to assist the investigation surrounding Booth’s disappearance. As of now, her G-woman — pictured above »


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Agent Carter Season 2 Spoilers: Check Out Who the New Chief Is

23 hours ago | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

While most of Agent Carter‘s main characters made it out of the ABC drama’s first season alive, there was one person who wasn’t so lucky: Ssr Chief Roger Dooley (played by Boardwalk Empire‘s Shea Whigham), who was last seen throwing himself out of a window in order to save his colleagues after no one could remove the overheating and soon-to-be-exploding vest that Dr. Ivchenko had strapped onto him. And while Dooley’s sacrifice was certainly emotional, and a great moment for a character who hadn’t had too many opportunities to shine throughout Season 1, it did leave one pressing question: Who would be the new chief moving forward in Season 2 of Agent Carter? Well, thanks to Marvel Entertainment’s official Twitter, which posted a photo from the set of Agent Carter Season 2, we now have our answer to that question, and while it might surprise some fans, »


- Chris King

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Days of Our Lives Photo: Peter Reckell Returns as Bo for NBC Soap's 50th

39 minutes ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

This will put a grin on your Fancy Face: Days of Our Lives‘ Bo will be back in Salem very soon — and we’ve got your exclusive first look at portrayer Peter Reckell’s return.

Reckell will begin airing on Tuesday, Sept. 8, as part of the NBC soap’s ongoing 50th anniversary celebration. In the photo below, he and co-star Stephen Nichols (aka Patch) flash big smiles on set at the Brady Pub.

RelatedAll My Children Vet Vincent Irizarry Joins Days of Our Lives — Get Details

The daytime drama is marking the milestone with a murder mystery that began earlier this summer, »


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Video: Caitlyn Jenner Wonders 'Should I Have Done It Earlier?' on Ellen Premiere

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Aside from her blockbuster Diane Sawyer and Espy Award acceptance speech, Caitlyn Jenner has noticeably avoided the talk show/live event circuit since revealing back in April that she is a transgender woman.

RelatedSummer TV Winners & Losers: UnREAL, True Detective, Mr. Robot and More

All that changes on next Tuesday’s season premiere of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where the former Olympian and I Am Cait star dishes how “there’s nothing better than to wake up in the morning and be able to be your authentic self.”

RelatedMistresses Finale: EPs Talk Crazy Killer Reveal, Karen’s Alternate Fate and (Fingers Crossed) Season 4 Plans

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Game of Thrones Adds Freddie Stroma to Season 6 as [Spoiler]'s Sibling

1 hour ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Game of Thrones is often surreal. Its latest casting is UnREAL.

Freddie Stroma, who played lovable lothario Adam on the Lifetime summer drama, has been chosen to play Samwell Tarly’s brother, Dickon, in the HBO series’ sixth season, TVLine has confirmed.

RelatedReport: Game of Thrones Snags Borgias Vet for Pivotal Season 6 Role

BuzzFeed first reported the casting.

Dickon is Sam’s more physically gifted younger brother who, since Sam pledged himself to the Night’s Watch, is poised to inherit the family estate.

In addition to playing the bachelor at the center of Everlasting, the reality dating show at UnREAL‘s core, »


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Scott Porter Joins Robert Kirkman's Exorcism Drama Outcast

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Scott Porter is traveling from Hart of Dixie into the heart of darkness, joining Cinemax’s exorcism thriller Outcast as a regular, TVLine has confirmed.

VideosFriday Night LightsKyle Chandler Resurrects Coach Taylor on the Big Screen — Watch Lol Video

The series, from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, follows Kyle Barnes (Almost FamousPatrick Fugit), a young man who has been plagued by possession since he was a child. Now an adult, he embarks on a journey to find answers but what he uncovers could mean the end of life on Earth as we know it.

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‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Viewership Grows 43% With Time-Shifted Numbers

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The ratings tally for the second outing of AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead” grew by a whopping 3.5 million viewers with three days of time-shifted viewing factored in.

Total viewership climbed to 11.7 million with Nielsen’s live-plus-3 ratings, up from 8.2 million for Sunday’s premiere. In adults 18-49, the L3 numbers brought in another 2.4 million for a total of 7.6 million, a 46% gain from Sunday’s live-plus same-day numbers.

The second installment saw a slight uptick in time-shifted viewing compared to the Aug. 23 premiere. That 90-minute episode opened to 10.1 million viewers and added 3.2 million in the L3 measure.

AMC will serve up reruns of the first two “Fear” episodes this coming Sunday because of the Labor Day holiday weekend. The next fresh episode will air Sept. 13. Here’s a glimpse of “The Dog.”

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- Cynthia Littleton

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‘Bastard Executioner’ Review: Kurt Sutter’s Strong Series Cuts Sharp & Deep

2 hours ago | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

You know that overused quote from F. Scott Fitzgerald that there are no second acts in American lives? Well, add Kurt Sutter to the list of those who've proved The Great Gatsby author wrong. With the debut of The Bastard Executioner on FX on September 15 at 10 Pm, the Sons Of Anarchy creator has, as my video review above says, crafted a strong show that cuts sharp and deep. Honestly, it is something you don't want to miss. Set in the Wales of the 14th century Wales with… »

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Kaili Vernoff Finds ‘The Way’; Scott Porter Joins ‘Outcast’

2 hours ago | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Kaili Vernoff has been tapped for a recurring role opposite Aaron Paul and Michelle Monaghan in the Hulu original drama series The Way from Jason Katims' True Jack Prods. Created by Jessica Goldberg, The Way examines a couple, Eddie (Paul) and Sarah Cleary (Monaghan) at the center of a controversial movement struggling with relationships, marriage and power, with each episode taking an in-depth look at what it means to choose between the life we live and the life we want… »

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'Project Runway' Season 14: Ranking the Looks of 'Gunn and Heid'

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On episode five of Project Runway, the designers were split into two teams to create a six look collection. While the Blue Team, (the men plus Merline), worked like a dream together but the Red Team, (the ladies, struggled with a cohesive vision from the very beginning. Their lack of direction definitely showed. But here are the looks from the episode ranked individually from worst to best. As always, tell me your thoughts in the comments. »


- editor@buddytv.com

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Fall TV Roundtable: The Best Returning Shows, Most Exciting New Series & More

2 hours ago | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

We here at TVOvermind have one thing in common: we all watch way too much television. Fortunately for our readers, this means we are experts in debating the best and the worst of programs on the air. In honor of what is to be the busiest fall TV season ever, we thought we’d have a discussion on what’s to come in this ever growing landscape of entertainment, touching upon the best returning shows, the most exciting new series, the most passionate fan bases in television today, and much more. 1) It will be a competitive fight just to squeeze in the new slate of premiering shows. Which one (s) look the most promising? Araceli: Let’s face it, superheroes rule the universe right now, so there’s no way newcomer Supergirl isn’t going to get a lot of ratings and fan love. Personally, I am intrigued by three very different new series:… »

- Araceli Aviles

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Logo To Run 30 Episode Marathon of 'The Golden Girls' Introduced By Stars of 'Ru Paul's Drag Race'!

2 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Now here's some seriously fabulous news: Logo TV announced a special 30-episode marathon of "The Golden Girls" in honor of the show's 30 year anniversary. As part of the celebration, stars of "RuPaul’s Drag Race," including Shangela as Sophia, Delta Work as Dorothy, Pandora Boxx as Rose and Willam as Blanche, will be serving "side eye, fierce friendship and lots of cheesecake as they put their own spin on 'The Golden Girls,' dish on their favorite moments, and introduce 30 of the most unforgettable episodes of the seminal sitcom." We are so there. The fun begins on Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 12pm Et and running through Sunday, September 13 at 6pm Et.  The 30 memorable “Golden Girls” episodes, as selected by Logo, will air back-to-back during the ’30 Isn’t a Drag’ marathon and then repeat.  Head here for more information.  

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- J.D. Borden

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Hand Of God: What Do You Think of Amazon’s Newest Show?

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Amazon keeps spitting out original shows but the question is: how are they?  The jury is still out on whether or not we’re going to be covering the site’s latest series, Hand of God, on a consistent basis. Instead, we want to let you guys be the judges. In Hand of God, we see Pernell Harris, a crooked judge, undergo a religious conversion.  The question the show will attempt to answer is whether or not we think that Harris is losing his mind or actually tapping into the divine. The premiere episode (all 10 Season 1 episodes can be streamed by Amazon Prime subscribers starting today) began to give us clues to answer the question. What’s more important, though, is that we want to know what you guys thought of the premiere and the show in general. The pedigree for Hand of God is pretty strong.  It was created by Ben Watkins of Burn… »

- Nat Berman

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Hand of God: Is Amazon's Newest Drama Heaven or Hell?

3 hours ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Is Pernell Harris, the crooked judge who suddenly undergoes a religious conversion in Amazon’s Hand of God, losing his mind or tapping into the divine?

It’s a complicated question — and not one that’s answered by the end of the drama’s first episode (which, along with the rest of Season 1, premiered on the streaming video service Friday).

We want to know what you thought of the premiere, which was created by Ben Watkins (Burn Notice) and directed by Marc Forster (World War Z). But first, a quick rundown of the episode:

RelatedHand of God: 5 Things »


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Gotham Deleted Scene: Gordon Gets a Peek at His and Harvey Dent's Future

3 hours ago | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Is there a future where the crime-ridden city of Gotham can be saved, perhaps by the tag-team of top cop Jim Gordon and legal eagle Harvey Dent?

VideosGotham‘s Riddler, Tigress, a Joker and More Ruin Jim Gordon’s ‘New Day’

In this deleted scene featured on Gotham: The Complete First Season (out Tuesday on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD), Gordon (played by Ben McKenzie) has just had his, um, hat handed to him by the mayor, after a wild series of events left (corrupt) billionaire Dick Lovecraft dead by Gordon’s gun.

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