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As November sweeps came to a close, we were treated to a lot of fantastic episodes of TV, with more than a few memorable lines. Zap2it collected some of the very best from the week of December 2 for your reading pleasure, from "Blacklist," to "Supernatural," to "Glee," and many more.
Check out some of the funniest, most heartbreaking, and clever lines from our favorite shows this past week, but beware the spoilers that lie ahead.
"Lizzie, I want you to know -- wherever I am, whatever I'm doing, if you are in need, I will be there." -- Raymond Reddington on "The Blacklist"
"I need a child, Gold. And I need your help." -- Regina
"Well, I'm flattered but uninterested." -- Mr. Gold on "Once Upon a Time"
"She was hot. " -- Dean
"So hot. And very nice ... up to the point she started torturing me. " -- Castiel
Get our take on the triple-network feature, then drop a comment with your own review.
Before diving into a review of Bonnie & Clyde – which began its two-night premiere Dec. 8 on Lifetime, A&E and the History channel — we think it’s important to get one thing straight: This TV event is, by no means, an attempt to outdo Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway‘s original 1967 film. It’s merely meant to introduce the infamous outlaws’ story to the next generation in a new, exciting way; and in that, HollywoodLife.com believes it succeeds with guns blazing.
‘Bonnie & Clyde’ Review: What We Loved
Our favorite casting choice, Emile Hirsch, is the perfect Clyde Barrow for a 2013 audience. The 28-year-old fuses his trademark boyish charm with the real-life criminal’s ruthlessness, resulting in a fully-realized character, whom new viewers can be more sympathetic to than they probably anticipated.
'Bonnie & Clyde' Trailer Take »
- Andy Swift
The "Modern Family" star and his husband have been married just over four months now, and can't wait to take the next step to growing their family.
"We're baby crazy right now," Ferguson tells People Magazine. "We see kids with families walking around, and if those parents look away for too long, someone has to hold us back to not steal them."
So when do they think they'll add another person to their family of two? "It's definitely part of our long-term plan," Ferguson says. "I made a joke that I wanted 'a Kate Gosselin situation,' but that was taken far too literally. I really don't want eight kids. I think we could handle one -- two, tops." »
The alphabet network hasn't had much luck launching successful new shows. What's more, a lot of their existing shows are down year-to-year. Thankfully, the execs can't cancel everything.
Returning shows (so far): 20/20, America's Funniest Home Videos, Castle, Dancing with the Stars, Grey's Anatomy, Last Man Standing, The Middle, Modern Family, Nashville, The Neighbors, Once Upon a Time, Revenge, Scandal, and Shark Tank.
There's lots of data that ABC execs looks at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. Here's an updated listing of all of their current primetime shows. »
Just over four months into his marriage to Justin Mikita, Jesse Tyler Ferguson happily admits that he has yet to abandon that coveted honeymoon phase. But like many newly married couples, the two are finding it increasingly hard to ignore the pitter-patter of just about any feet. "We're baby crazy right now," the Modern Family star told People while hosting the grand opening of the couple's Tie the Knot store at the Beverly Center in Los Angeles on Thursday. "We see kids with families walking around, and if those parents look away for too long, someone has to hold us back to not steal them. »
- Reagan Alexander
Jesse Tyler Ferguson has some advice for newly married couples. "I don't recommend opening a pop-up shop four months into being married," the Modern Family star told me at last night's launch of his and husband Justin Mikita's Tie the Knot pop-up shop in L.A.'s Beverly Center. "This is all Justin," Ferguson said. "I have to give this all to him. We just got married so to put this type of stress on a four-month marriage? It was very risky." Don't worry, the two are happier than ever. They'll spend Christmas at home. "We just moved into a new house, so we're going to enjoy that," Ferguson said. There will be no presents between the »
Looks like we may see Sofia Vergara in a sexy bikini this Christmas. The Modern Family star is gearing up for one tropical holiday filled with plenty of sunshine and beaches. "I think I'm going to vacation for one week, maybe to Mexico, and then Florida," the 41-year-old actress exclusively told E! News last night at the grand opening of costar Jesse Tyler Ferguson's Tie the Knot pop-up shop at the Beverly Center near Los Angeles. In previous years, Vergara has traveled to Mexico with fiancé Nick Loeb for some quality time together. She just so happens to show off her incredible bikini body whenever she's in town. "I only have two weeks off," »
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 The Good Wife, The Walking Dead, The Blacklist and The Sound of Music Live!
1 | We get that she’s wicked smart, but should Grimm cool it with the “Juliette-knows-everything-about-all-sciences” thing?
- Team TVLine
As the festive season edges ever closer, Digital Spy's TV team has conjured up a list of perfect presents for TV addicts in the run-up to December 25.
See our selection - from the best DVDs and box sets to the best in telly merch - below:
All prices are current as of December 6, and may change between now and Christmas Day.
Broadchurch soundtrack (£4.99)
The biggest British TV hit of 2013 also had one of the best soundtracks. The music, composed by Olafur Arnalds, is available to buy now.
A Netflix gift card (from £5.99)
The streaming service has gone from strength to strength in recent years, and its major new content deal with Marvel suggests more exciting times are ahead. A one-month subscription costs £5.99, and offers access to a host of original programming such as Kevin Spacey's political thriller House of Cards, Emmy-nominated horror drama Hemlock Grove and the revived Arrested Development. »
Shep Smith Turns into Awestruck Fanboy During Chat with Joe Manganiello.
Robert Oscar Lopez is a vile piece of crap.
#Xmen #Apocalypse 2016!
— Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) December 5, 2013
Speaking of superheroes, here’s the brand new full trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, with our best look yet at Jaime Foxx as Electro and Dane DeHann as Harry.
Sam Champion receives an emotional send-off
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Below you can see comedian Kyle Dunnigan‘s obviously Nsfw “Fuck You Mistletoe.” What happens when you accidentally stand under the mistletoe with your straight best bud? It gets points taken off »
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 ratings -- New episodes: Survivor, Nashville, Super Fun Night, Modern Family, Back in the Game, The Tomorrow People, Arrow, The X Factor, and The Middle. Specials: Christmas in Rockefeller Center and Saturday Night Live: SNL Christmas. Reruns: Criminal Minds and CSI.
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We love any excuse to talk about Breaking Bad, even though the show is long gone. Thankfully, critics and fans adore this show, so as award season rolls on, we'll be seeing Breaking Bad listed many times for months and months to come. And the nominations for the 2014 Writers Guild Awards are no different. Breaking Bad, Orange Is the New Black and Modern Family dominated the noms that were released today, in both the series categories and the episodic categories. Netflix made a very strong showing, as House of Cards got plenty of love, too. TV Scoop team favorite Parks and Recreation also got nods in different categories, meaning we haven't lost all hope in humanity quite yet. Check out the full list »
Wednesday evening’s TV ratings are in. Here’s a brief rundown: The CW’s Arrow garnered a 1.1 rating in the 18-49 demo and scored 3.2 million viewers, which is up one tenth from its last original episode’s 1.0 rating. The Tomorrow People also ticked up one tenth to a 0.7 rating and 1.8 million viewers. Read Dave’s recap of Arrow here. Over on ABC, The Middle hit a season low 1.9 rating and 7.51 million viewers, dropping four tenths from its last original’s 2.3 rating. Back in the Game was down two tenths to a series low 1.4 rating and 5.21 million viewers, Modern Family dropped three tenths to a season low 3.1 rating and 9.42 million viewers, Super Fun Night dipped one tenth to a series low 1.7 rating and 4.92 million viewers, and Nashville matched its last original episode’s 1.6 rating and scored 5.71 million viewers. »
- Adam Chitwood
Netflix's critical hit "Orange Is the New Black" picked up four nominations for the 2014 Writers Guild Awards -- where it's entered as a comedy series.
The show (and its cast) is entered in the drama field for some other upcoming awards shows, including the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild Awards. It's a bit of a tweener show, mixing both comedy and drama, but as there are no "dramedy" awards anywhere, it's a comedy for writing purposes.
The full list of series nominees is below. You can go here to see all the WGA TV and radio nominees, including those for news and children's programming. The awards are scheduled for Feb. 1.
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The nominees are:
The Good Wife, Written by Meredith Averill, Leonard Dick, Keith Eisner, Jacqueline Hoyt, Ted Humphrey, Michelle King, Robert King, Erica Shelton Kodish, Matthew Montoya, J.C. Nolan, Luke Schelhaas, Nichelle Tramble Spellman, Craig Turk, Julie Wolfe; CBS
- Lynette Rice
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- Michael Ausiello
Los Angeles and New York – The Writers Guild of America, West (Wgaw) and the Writers Guild of America, East (Wgae) have announced nominations for outstanding achievement in television, new media, news, radio, promotional writing, and graphic animation during the 2013 season. The winners will be honored at the 2014 Writers Guild Awards on Saturday, February 1, 2014, at simultaneous ceremonies in Los Angeles and New York. Television Nominees Drama Series Breaking Bad, Written by Sam Catlin, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Gennifer Hutchison, George Mastras, Thomas Schnauz, Moira Walley-Beckett; AMC The Good Wife, Written by Meredith Averill, Leonard Dick, Keith Eisner, Jacqueline Hoyt, Ted Humphrey, Michelle King, Robert King, Erica Shelton Kodish, Matthew Montoya, J.C. Nolan, Luke Schelhaas, Nichelle Tramble Spellman, Craig Turk, Julie Wolfe; CBS Homeland, Written by Henry Bromell, William E. Bromell, Alexander Cary, Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon, Barbara Hall, Patrick Harbinson, Chip Johannessen, Meredith Stiehm, Charlotte Stoudt, James Yoshimura; Showtime House Of Cards, »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
“Breaking Bad” will soon have more opportunities to add to its crowded trophy case, with the celebrated series picking up four nominations for its final season from the Writers Guild of America on Thursday. Vince Gilligan’s series led all TV shows with a drama series nomination plus noms for three individual episodes. Netflix’s “House of Cards” broke into the awards with three nominations: one for drama series, one for new series and one for an individual episode. The comedies “Modern Family” and “Orange Is the New Black” also picked up three nominations, while “The Good Wife,” “30 Rock,” “Parks »
- Steve Pond
The digitally distributed Netflix series were announced in July as eligible by the WGA. “Orange Is the New Black” earned noms for top comedy series and top new series as well as two in the episodic comedy category, for the pilot teleplay by Liz Friedman and Jenji Kohan and a subsequent episode by Sian Heder.
Also nominated in the drama series category were “Breaking Bad,” “The Good Wife,” “Homeland” and “Mad Men.” In comedy series, the other nominees were “30 Rock,” “Modern Family,” “Parks and Recreation” and “Veep.”
The three remaining nominations for top series were “The Americans,” “Masters of Sex” and “Ray Donovan. »
- Jon Weisman
NBC lit up the ratings toteboard last night with holiday specials, as “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” and “SNL Christmas gave the net its best Wednesday of the season. Among series, ABC’s comedies returned low but CW’s “Arrow” and CBS’ “Survivor” were on the high side.
According to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” averaged a 2.3 rating/7 share in adults 18-49 and 9.9 million viewers overall in the 8 o’clock hour, running second in both categories to “Survivor.” The annual NBC special was up 10% from last year for its best demo rating since 2006. It has generally aired opposite other Christmas specials on the competition (last year going up against “A Charlie Brown Christmas” on ABC), but this year it faced none. This is the fourth straight year that “Rockefeller” has maintained or built upon its prior year’s rating.
From 9 to 11 p.m., “Saturday Night Live Christmas »
- Rick Kissell
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