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Josh Duhamel joins Vince Gilligan drama at CBS
The ex-Vegas star will play Det. Milton Chamberlain in Battle Creek. His character is described as a “a clean-cut, and humble FBI agent who heads from Detroit to Battle Creek to set up a satellite FBI office.”
Here’s the official log line of the promising drama: “When two detectives, »
- Lynette Rice
The Five Best TV Shows On Netflix
I’ve mentioned a number of times just how obsessed I’ve recently gotten with the Netflix original show House of Cards, admitting that the majority of my nights have been spent, alone, making it all the way through the first couple seasons. And even though the clocks got turned ahead an hour this past weekend, meaning [&hellip
The Five Best TV Shows On Netflix »
- Nick Dimengo
Archer 5.07 Review: “Archer Vice: Smugglers’ Blues”
More than any other episode of Archer Vice so far, “Smugglers’ Blues” is the perfect marriage of both versions of Archer. There’s another stab taken at getting rid of the all the cocaine the former Isis agents have, but the process in the episode is much more typical of classic Archer missions – especially the two- and three-part [&hellip
Archer 5.07 Review: “Archer Vice: Smugglers’ Blues” »
- Sean Colletti
The Following 2.08 Review: “The Messenger”
The Following has turned a corner for a brief moment. It amazes me to inform you that “The Messenger” does not feature a scene in which Ryan Hardy kills someone in cold blood. He must be tired. But if you tune in to see that kind of stuff, don’t worry. It looks like Joe is [&hellip
The Following 2.08 Review: “The Messenger” »
- Sean Colletti
How I Met Your Mother 9.20 Review: “Daisy”
You only turn 29 once, so why not spend it reviewing an episode of How I Met Your Mother. Though you most likely don’t care it is my birthday, you most definitely should care about this latest episode entitled, “Daisy.” This is the episode where we find out where Lily (Alyson Hannigan) disappeared to the night when [&hellip
How I Met Your Mother 9.20 Review: “Daisy” »
- Tim Gerstenberger
Cheryl Cole to Return to ‘The X Factor’ in the U.K.
Cole quit the judging panel of the U.K. show in 2011 to join the U.S. version of the show, but was ejected from the Stateside version following claims that Americans could not understand her accent (she comes from North-East England).
- Leo Barraclough
Patrick Duffy recalls an old 'Dallas' line that tops this week's Lesser Prairie Chicken twist, teases what's ahead
Spoiler alert! This week’s episode of Dallas saw John Ross (Josh Henderson) and Bobby (Patrick Duffy) each take bold steps in their battle over fracking at Southfork. In the end, even though John Ross had convinced the ranch hands that more money could be made in oil than cattle, Bobby managed to put a hold on John Ross’s drilling permit by informing the Sierra Club of a potentially endangered population of Lesser Prairie Chicken.
Asked how many takes it took him to get “Lesser Prairie Chicken” out, Duffy just laughs. “Once, in the old Dallas, we had the phrase, »
- Mandi Bierly
Global Showbiz Briefs: Arrow Takes UK On ‘God’s Pocket’; Channel 4 Warms To ‘Fargo’; Noah Taylor, Charlotte Riley Join ‘Peaky Blinders’; Amy Poehler At Mip; More
Arrow Films has acquired UK rights to God’s Pocket starring the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. Sold by Electric Entertainment, the film is the feature directorial debut of Mad Men’s John Slattery. Electric acquired it at Sundance. IFC has U.S. distribution and Arrow will release later this year in Britain. Richard Jenkins, Christina Hendricks, John Turturro and Caleb Landry Jones also star in the film written by Slattery and Alex Metcalf. Based on the Pete Dexter novel, the movie follows a man who tries to cover up the accidental death of his stepson in a blue collar neighborhood in South Philadelphia. Arrow’s recent titles include Love Is All You Need, The Hunt and A Hijacking. The UK’s Channel 4 has acquired premiere broadcast rights to Fargo, the 10-part series inspired by the Coen brothers film. Channel 4 will air it in the spring. The series is »
- NANCY TARTAGLIONE, International Editor
'WWE Raw' March 10 recap: Daniel Bryan in the 'Wrestlemania' main event?
Previously on: It's "Wrestlemania" season, and all eyes are on the upcoming "granddaddy of them all" in New Orleans. Still, Daniel Bryan continued going after Triple H, while the crowd hated the planned main event of Batista vs. Triple H.
The big news: Bryan may be going to the main event, after all. He hijacked "WWE Raw," along with nearly 100 supporters who flooded the ring and ringside area, demanding a match with Triple H.
Security couldn't clear the ring, and The Authority attempting to start a match did nothing. In the end, Triple H was forced to give in, after a lot of ugly yelling from Stephanie McMahon, including yelling over and over that she "owns" Bryan.
Just like that, »
'Star-Crossed' Season 1, episode 4 recap: 'And Left No Friendly Drop'
Okay, so, a lot of stuff went down during the fourth episode of "Star-Crossed," "And Left No Friendly Drop." But none of it was as amazing as the moment when Teri realized some blonde b**** from the opposing school purposefully poisoned Sophia, calmly took her earrings off and headbutted that witch to the ground. That's what happens when you mess with an Atrian!
Then, after Sophia was saved by Emery's quick thinking (and a stab from an epi pen), we bore witness the greatest melee ever involving high school students in speedos punching the crap out of each other. Best move: When Drake started to pull a dude from the opposing team out of the pool, then punched him back down. Take that! (Also, here was an awww-worthy moment: Eric and Drake glanced at each other mid-fight, then didn't punch each other. That's called progress, people!)
There was that other »
'Believe' series premiere: Did Alfonso Cuaron's series convert you?
Among the biggest selling points of the "Believe" series premiere is that the episode was directed by Alfonso Cuaron, who just won an Oscar for "Gravity" and has also helmed "Children of Men," "Y Tu Mama Tambien" and arguably the best of the Harry Potter movies, "Prisoner of Azkaban."
And, indeed, the "Believe" pilot is beautifully directed. The tense opening sequence showcases masterful camera work, and there are several other visually arresting moments throughout the first hour, along with a pace that propels you past some of the shakier elements of the show.
Therein lies the problem with "Believe": There are pieces of the show that are underdeveloped or just plain don't work very well in the pilot (which Cuaron also co-wrote), which to some extent Cuaron's gifts as a director help cover. But though he'll probably retain some level of involvement with the show, he won't be directing any other episodes. »
Mary Elizabeth Winstead To Topline Charles Randolph’s ABC Pilot ‘Exposed’
Mary Elizabeth Winstead has been spoken for. One of the most hotly pursued actresses this pilot season has been tapped as the lead of ABC‘s drama pilot Exposed, from writer Charles Randolph, Peter Traugott’s Tbd Entertainment, Sweden-based Yellow Bird Entertainment and Universal TV. Based on the best-selling Swedish novels by Liza Marklund, Exposed centers on Anna (Winstead), an investigative journalist who will stop at nothing to uncover the truth, including making questionable alliances. Winstead turned down some half-dozen pilot offers this season before settling on Exposed. The actress, repped by Wme and Anonymous Content, has been straddling the indie and mainstream feature worlds with roles in indies like the 2012 Smashed, which landed her an Indie Spirit nomination, and in such big-budget movies as A Good Day To Die Hard and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Related: 2014 ABC Pilots »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
'Teen Wolf' Season 3, episode 22: Can 'De-Void' save Stiles from the nogitsune?
"Teen Wolf" really likes to mess with its viewers. In the Season 3 episode, "De-Void," flies make everybody fight, the nogitsune seems ready to win, Scott and Allison are kissing again ... And then it seems to all get better with one howl.
Is it true? Has Stiles been saved? If he has, then what is going to happen in the final two episodes of the season?
Don't shoot Stiles!
"De-Void" picks up right where the previous episode left off. Sheriff Stilinski confronts Evil Stiles in Derek's loft and asks the boy to put on handcuffs. This turns out to be singularly ineffective, since the nogitsune version of Stiles is super-strong. He's also cool with high-voltage electricity and guns pointed at his head.
The only things that can stop Evil Stiles are the Oni -- and he can count on the Sheriff, Argent, Derek and Allison to take care of that problem. »
Andi Dorfman is the next 'Bachelorette'
As part of "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose" special on ABC Monday (March 10), it was announced that Andi Dorfman is the next "Bachelorette." Just what do we know about this girl?
She's a 26-year-old assistant district attorney from Atlanta, though she said on "The Bachelor" that she doesn't like to read, which is kind of funny.
Andi also quit Juan Pablo's "Bachelor" season after the fantasy suite date, when she realizes that Juan Pablo didn't really know anything about her and only wanted to talk about himself. Interestingly, she then got upset that Juan Pablo wasn't more upset that she wanted to quit, which is where Andi kind of lost us. We were hoping Sharleen would be the next "Bachelorette."
But it's going to be Andi. Her season starts taping later this week in Los Angeles and then it will debut presumably in late May, if it follows the normal pattern. »
And the Next Bachelorette Is …
Her nightmare is over: Andi Dorfman has been chosen as the next star of The Bachelorette.
"This is the first time it's starting to feel real," Andi said after the reveal on Monday's After the Final Rose special. "I feel all in, I'm mentally all in, emotionally all in. I'm in a place in my life where I'm so ready for this... At the end of the day I cannot wait to hopefully say, 'You are the one. '"
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- Robyn Ross
'Believe' react: Life doesn't wait for long
“A girl lives among us. She will change the world. If she survives.”
So begins the pilot of Believe, created by newly crowned Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuarón and executive produced by Jj Abrams (dream team, amirite?). It’s a show that NBC is pushing to do well — they’ve given its premiere the prime post-Voice spot in hopes of drawing in viewers — and also the network’s apparent answer to what would happen if Touch and Person of Interest had a baby (kind of). Since I like both Cuarón and Abrams a whole lot, I was inclined to go into »
- Andrea Towers
'The Bachelor' reunion: Chris Harrison won't accept that Nikki and Juan Pablo are doing Ok if he won't say 'I love you'
We kick things off for "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose" with Chris Harrison saying that the "I like you a lot" part of Juan Pablo's non-proposal to Nikki got quite the audience reaction. Um, what's wrong with that?
Honestly, all the crappy Juan Pablo stuff aside, what is wrong with saying that? Why does this show have to end with a proposal? Why do we act like after seven weeks couples are going to be madly in love season after season? If Juan Pablo hadn't been such a cad, the ending of this season would have been awesome. It was refreshing to see, at least.
Clare's Hot Seat
Clare is still hurt about what happened and she still won't repeat what Juan Pablo said to her in the helicopter (though she kind of said it during the finale). This is where Clare loses a little -- she »
Andi Dorfman is the new 'Bachelorette'
Andi Dorfman, the feisty 26-year-old Atlantan district attorney who became a fan favorite after she told off Bachelor star Juan Pablo Galavis and then left the show, is getting another chance at love. During the After the Rose special following Monday night’s finale, Dorfman was announced as the next star of The Bachelorette.
While she made it to the final three, Dorfman decided to leave after her overnight date in St. Lucia, scolding Juan Pablo for saying she made it to this stage by “default.” Watch their confrontation below:
Last week on The Women Tell All special, Dorfman continued her takedown of Galavis, »
- Stephanie Robbins
'How I Met Your Mother' react: Lily's got a secret and the Mosby Boys return!
[Spoilers for Monday night's How I Met Your Mother]
So it turns out, Lily does know how to keep a secret.
We’re in the final stretch of episodes before we have to say goodbye to How I Met Your Mother for good, and tonight’s installment did a great job of reminding fans exactly the combo of sweetness, smarts, and laughs we’ll be missing once the show goes off the air for good. From the top!
- Erin Strecker
'Archer Vice' - 'Smugglers' Blues' GIFs and best lines: The 'Gang Who Couldn't Sell Coke Straight'
On the latest "Archer Vice" episode, Archer, Ray and Cyril took off for Colombia to look for distributors for their product -- which, conveniently for the drug lords, is already in the U.S., so no smuggling needed!
Of course, it turns out La Madrina, the big-wig drug cartel head whom Archer is there to see, is actually an undercover member of the Policia Nacional de Colombia. To preserve her cover, she's ending Archer and his boys to prison. Ruh roh.
Malory: "Wait until you're waist-deep in dirty diapers, or he's up with the croup and there's no bourbon in the house. Then fast-forward to him knocking up the au pair, flunking out of college and then single-handedly bankrupting your drug cartel."
Pam: "Wait, 'college'?"
Lana: "Don't you have a tractor pull to headline?"
Pam: "You think if I had 100 pounds of coke I'd be sitting here playing choo-choo spoon with a tranny? »
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