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I have to put all of my biases on the table, here: I really love The Sing-Off. I am a fan. I’ve been there since the beginning and, to me, it’s like the runt of the singing show litter that I just want to protect and make sure it’s happy. But, oh, like its very own judges, I expect the best out of it too. Because I know how great it can be.
The Sing-Off exists in this bubble of a world where it’s not important to be cool. In fact, it’s better not to be. »
- Jodi Walker
After premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, "The Pretty One" has been acquired by Dada films. Zoe Kazan ("Ruby Sparks," "The F Word") stars alongside Jake Johnson ("New Girl," "Drinking Buddies") in this heartfelt comedy that explores loss and awakening through Kazan's duel role as identical twins Laurel and Audrey. After the loss of her sister Audrey, Laurel must decide between continuing her life pretending to be Audrey or revealing herself as a fraud to her neighbor and love interest (Jake Johnson). "We are excited to be working with filmmakers Jenee Lamarque and Steven Berger and veteran producer Robin Schorr on the charming and heartfelt comedy "'The Pretty One,'" said Dada Films heads Mj Peckos and Steven Raphael. "We are confident that audiences will be as enamored by the film as we were when we saw it at the Tribeca Film Festival." The film will open on February »
- James Hiler
The Twelve Days of Christmas Classics starts today! Over the next two weeks, EW will put the best versions of the most-covered Christmas songs up to a daily vote to compile the ultimate holiday playlist. If your favorite singer isn’t in the list below, you better not pout: Each artist will only appear once throughout the next 12 days. Listen to our top six, vote for your favorite, and let us know why you made your pick in the comments below.
Update: The poll is closed below, but vote for your favorite version of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” now! »
- Katie Atkinson
Will Once Upon a Time‘s Rumbelle reunion be a lasting one? Will Haven‘s finale raise a bit of Hell? How will things get “hairy” on New Girl? Coming soon: Beauty and the feast? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Related | Once Upon a Time Mystery: Lost Beauty to Play Which Villainess?
Did I miss something on Once Upon a Time? I though Charming couldn’t leave Neverland…. –Javiera
A few weeks back, Rumple revealed that once back in Storybrooke, he could fashion an elixir to ward off the fatal side effect of »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
All the talk in the world of adult animation over the past week or so has been about Family Guy.
The internet is still buzzing after its writers decided to kill off a permanent member of the Griffin family – Brian – a plot which sent fans reeling.
Petitions were launched, Twitter went into meltdown and fan theories were hatched, and while one Seth MacFarlane-created show continues to dominate conversation, another quietly trundles through its tenth series.
American Dad! is currently into its final run (on the Fox network, don’t worry) before making the move onto TBS for its upcoming season 11, and there’s even talk of a potential film, which speculation suggests is to be set on Roger’s home planet.
- Joseph Dempsey
Deceptively marketed as a breezy romantic comedy, Drinking Buddies would be more aptly described as a movie about the complexities and compromises of relationships, the little things that are instrumental in making partnerships work. Credit writer-director Joe Swanberg for giving his strong cast the freedom to explore the weighty ideas his film’s simple set-up brings bubbling to the surface, like infidelity, loneliness and immaturity.
As Drinking Buddies opens, we think we know where it’s headed. The flighty, frivolous Kate (Olivia Wilde) works in a Chicago brewery with Luke (Jake Johnson), her emotional equal in every way. They get through the daily grind by immaturely drinking, flirting and reveling in the potent will-they-won’t-they chemistry that they’ve constructed almost effortlessly. The only problem: both are already in relationships. Luke is on the verge of marrying Jill (Anna Kendrick), his attentive and gracious girlfriend of six years, while Kate »
- Isaac Feldberg
The turkey’s stuffed, the pumpkin’s pie’d and the family’s gathered — but don’t neglect your old friend, TV! It’s working Ot this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, serving marathons of fave shows (Castle) and flicks (James Bond), holiday movies (My Santa) and classics (A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving), plus fresh episodes of Glee, Grimm and others. So unbutton your pants and pick up your remote — it’s relaxin’ time. (Sunday’s entrees, including the Walking Dead finale, a great Wife and The Mentalist 2.0 will be covered separately.)
Thursday, Nov. 28
Midnight – 2:40 am Amazing Animation Thanksgiving Marathon (Starz »
- Misha Solomon
A certain New Girl is about to become Steve’s dream girl, as Zooey Deschanel lends her voice and quirky sensibilities to this week’s installment of American Dad. In an episode that sends up a few indie film conventions, Steve and his pals take Snot on a cross-country road trip to attend the funeral of his father. Steve, however, gets sidetracked when he meets an indie-cool chick (Deschanel) who believes that mustaches are t-shirts for lips. Click on the video below to watch Steve try to cozy up to his wonder woman in a hot tub.
The episode, “Independent Movie, »
- Dan Snierson
At the end of last season, Jess and Nick finally got together. Will this development help New Girl's ratings in season three or end up hurting them? We'll have to wait and see.
New Girl revolves around a free-spirited young woman (Zooey Deschanel), her three single male roommates (Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield, and Lamorne Morris), and her childhood best friend who's now a model (Hannah Simone).
The higher a show's ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- typically the following morning, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
How are your shows doing? Check the season rankings: ABC | CBS | The CW |Fox | NBC
11/27 update: You can see the rest of the latest night's ratings. »
Ahh, that beautiful tradition. So entertaining, so succulent, so magical. Yes, it’s that time of year again – New Girl‘s Thanksgiving episode! More represented in the show than any other holiday, every Thanksgiving episode has been a real treat. Who could forget “Parents,” last year’s Thanksgiving episode in which Joan and Bob Day (Jamie Lee Curtis and Rob Reiner, respectively) come and stay with the gang? It gave us that Nickest of Nick punchlines – “Jess! I think I’m into your mom!”, and his close relationship with Bob sowed the seeds for his and Jess’ future relationship, I think.
That lovely reversal of the usual father/boyfriend dynamic, of Bob disapproving of Nick because he feels that he and Nick are too much alike, gave the episode real festive heart. Same with the previous year’s “Thanksgiving,” when Paul (Justin Long) struggled to find a foothold with Nick »
- Rob Batchelor
If you haven't been watching the "ArScheerio Paul" web series masterminded by "The League" star Paul Scheer, you're missing out on some of the funniest stuff online. Scheer recreates old episode of "The Arsenio Hall Show" from the early 90s, complete with wacky clothing and celebrity friends filling in as the show's guests.
If you've ever wanted to see Schmidt from "New Girl" (Max Greenfield) doing his best Vanilla Ice, your prayers have been answered. What hasn't happened is a meeting between ArScheerio and Arsenio Hall, himself. That is until the host welcomes his internet counterpart to the new version of "The Arsenio Hall Show" for a chat.
Together, Arsenio and ArScheerio reminisce about the 90s and some of the show's best interviews, including Tupac Shakur and Ike Turner. They also play a little big of "Dis or Dat," which proves just how 90s ArScheerio is. Paul also took over »
Hello, Newbies! I’ll be subbing in for Lanford this week as she is jet-setting to her family home for Thanksgiving and I’m home alone with my cats. I like to think I’m whimsical like Winston with Ferguson — although I draw the line at taking showers with a cat. Let’s recap!
It’s the third Thanksgiving for the New Girl gang and a lot has changed — last year, Nick fell for Jess’s mom played by the incomparable Jamie Lee Curtis. Now, Coach is back, Schmidt is out of the apartment (but just down the hall), and Nick and Jess are together. »
- Maricela Gonzalez
But he's not just any ex! Oh no, the man once known as Seth Cohen obviously has to be more than that. Instead -- according to E!Online -- Brody will play Berkeley, a "perfect" ex-boyfriend. This apparently means that Berkeley can talk about his feelings and reconnect as friends with former lovers.
Also, Berkeley is a "hip, stay-at-home dad." This could be both good and bad news for Nick (Jake Johnson). On the one hand, the ex is probably unavailable if he's at home with the kids. On the other hand, men are only more attractive with a cute baby in the arms.
Brody is scheduled to appear in episode 14 of the current Season 3. Filming during the week of Dec. »
Adam Brody will guest star in the third season of Fox’s romantic comedy New Girl as an ex-boyfriend of main character Jess (Zooey Deschanel). The actor, who found fame on teen drama The O.C. as geeky Seth Cohen, will play a character described as a ‘cool, stay-at-home dad who prides himself in being an ideal ex’.
Currently airing it’s third series in America, New Girl is a comedy focusing on the relationships between four roommates in Los Angeles. Brody is expected to film his episode next month with an air date of early 2014. We certainly never pictured Seth Cohen as a stay-at-home dad (where’s Summer?!) but hopefully the writers will create an interesting relationship between him and Jess, who is supposed to have remained friends with since the end of their relationship.
Since finishing The O.C. in 2007 Brody has gone down the indie film route with roles »
- Victoria Bull
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In an episode slated to shoot next week (and air in early 2014), Brody will play Berkley, a long-ago ex-boyfriend of Jess’ (Zooey Deschanel) who’s now a married stay-at-home dad. He’s open with his feelings and prides himself on having mastered the art of being an ex, which is probably why he and Jess (allegedly) remained the best of friends after their breakup.
- Michael Ausiello
Holy Chrismakkuh miracle! Adam Brody has signed a deal to guest star on New Girl, E! News has learned. The former O.C. star—who just blew the minds of TV fans by getting engaged to Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester in real life—has taken on a role as an ex-boyfriend of Jess' (Zooey Deschanel) on the Fox hit. Brody's character, Berkeley, is a long-ago blast from Jess' past who prides himself in having mastered the art of being an ex. He's open with his feelings. And you guys, he is decribed as a "hip, stay-at-home dad," so he will probably be holding a baby. Hear that? It's the sound of the ovaries of Adam Brody fans around the world simultaneously exploding. Brody »
Billed as a re-imagining of the original 2003 South Korean film of the same name by Chan-wook Park, Lee’s English update boasts a cast that includes Samuel L. Jackson, Elizabeth Olsen, Sharlto Copley, Michael Imperioli and former Much Music VJ and current “New Girl” star Hannah Simone.
Lee, Brolin, and Jackson give us an inside look into the making of Oldboy and take us through the astonishing physical transformation Brolin underwent in the role of Joe Doucett.
- Rachel West
Creator: Elizabeth Meriwether
Running Time: 545 Mins
Fox’s New Girl has, unsurprisingly, been incredibly successful all over the world and I think it’s safe to say that a huge portion of that success is due to the shows wonderful leading lady Zooey Deschanel. Deschanel has a remarkable exuberance and energy that flows throughout her performance in almost every project she is part of from Elf to 500 Days Of Summer and even managed to improve M. Night Shyamalan’s atrocious The Happening. This is certainly not lacking in New Girl as Deschanel’s character Jess is as bubbly and quirky as ever. She also conveys an innocence to the audience that is finely balanced with an audacious personality that straddles the line between kind and confident perfectly. Either way it’s very hard not to fall head »
- Ben Read
Yesterday we saw the first clip from Martin Scorsese's latest collaboration with Leonardo DiCaprio, and now we have the first two posters for The Wolf of Wall Street, as well as a brand new TV spot; check them out here...
"Revered filmmaker Martin Scorsese directs the story of New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio). From the American dream to corporate greed, Belfort goes from penny stocks and righteousness to IPOs and a life of corruption in the late 80s. Excess success and affluence in his early twenties as founder of the brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont warranted Belfort the title – “The Wolf of Wall Street.” Money. Power. Women. Drugs. Temptations were for the taking and the threat of authority was irrelevant. For Jordan and his wolf pack, modesty was quickly deemed overrated and more was never enough."
The Wolf of Wall Street is set to open on Christmas Day »
- Gary Collinson
Lessons learned from the "Bones" episode, "The Mystery in the Meat" are:
1. Bring a bagged lunch to school.
2. Never eat something called "Hot Bacon" without checking to be certain it's a food product.
3. Make sure the bar in the middle of nowhere still has a country-western theme
4. Horse meat rarely meets health codes, even at public schools.
Failing to remember these things apparently results in murder and/or fights with biker gangs.
Shades of "Soylent Green"
The murder of the week begins with a school-lunch ode to "Soylent Green." That's because the yummy stew is people. People stew.
That tastes even worse than the normal slop.
Due to the rather extreme and disgusting nature of this particular murder, Booth, the Jeffersonian team and Caroline all rapidly descend upon the crime. It turns out that the mystery meat is a canned product called "Kettle-Top Stew" from a company called Tryon Foods. »
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