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The Amazing Race, Season 23, Episode 11: “Amazing ‘Crazy’ Race”
Aired Sundays at 8pm (Et) on CBS
Two-hour finale! Can you feel the excitement? It’s hard, considering we’ve been looking at these same four teams as front-runners basically from the beginning, and that they never really broke out of their initial molds, but nice that the fun-loving Afghanimals still get to play, and that we get to finally see everyone really go for it in terms of breaking alliances for the million. Jason and Amy depart first from Indonesia and fly to Tokyo.
Their strategy is to stay with the group, so they make sure to tell Mr. and Mrs. Dr. which flight they’re on, and they let Tim and Marie in on the info as well. All three have a semi-pathetic pow-wow on how to keep the Afghanimals out, still citing the Afghanimals’ “lies” as the reason, »
There are no hard rules for AFI‘s list of Top 10 programs of the year as the film institute tends to mix critical darlings with crowd pleasers, series, miniseries and TV movies. (Cable ratings juggernauts The Walking Dead and American Horror Story: Asylum made the AFI Awards list last year, along with the HBO movie Game Change). No longform entries on this year’s list, which features one major surprise — the omission of ABC’s Emmy-winning Modern Family, which had been among AFI’s Top 10 programs each of the past four years. Also Mia this season is Showtime’s drama Homeland, which made the cut the last two years. This is the most drama-heavy AFI list I can remember, with only one half-hour series, HBO’s Veep. (Netflix’s hourlong Orange Is The New Black was nominated as a comedy by the WGA but is competing as a drama for »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
A few weeks after American and Dutch researchers found that violence in PG-13 films has now exceeded R-rated levels, the Parents Television Council has come up with a violence scorecard for broadcast vs cable. In a new study (read it: here), the PTC says, “The volume and degree of violent content shown on broadcast and cable television are virtually indistinguishable,” and that broadcast TV shows “consistently underrated graphically-violent content as appropriate for 14-year-old children, even though similar content on the cable networks was rated for mature audiences only.” The PTC is especially concerned with NBC’s Revolution, which, it says, contained an average 91.5 acts of violence per episode over four installments considered. Related: Gun Violence In U.S. Movies On The Rise; PG-13 Levels Exceed R-Rated Films: Study Among cable shows included in the study were American Horror Story, The Walking Dead, Sons Of Anarchy, Breaking Bad, Copper, Justified, and Bullet In The Face. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Ironically, Vera Farmiga of A&E's "Bates Motel and her younger sister Taissa Farmiga of American Horror Story: Coven play mother and daughter in At Middleton. Farmiga plays Garcia's love interest. Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga star as parents taking their teens to a college tour at Middleton when the two strangers decide to play hooky instead and relive their own days at university. Academy Award® nominees Andy Garcia (Ocean's 11, City Island) and Vera Farmiga (A&E's "Bates Motel", Up in the Air) star as straight-laced George and eccentric Edith, who fail to connect with their kids. But what begins as an afternoon of fun soon becomes
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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
Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but TV is so delightful.
In other words, as the temperatures drop, why not warm up with TVLine’s Quotes of the Week, a collection of the best zingers from the small screen over the last seven days?
Related | Who Is TVLine’s Performer of the Week?
This time around, we’ve got a double dose of Arrow, an unusual import from American Horror Story: Coven, a silly-sexy interlude from Jimmy Kimmel Live, an Amazing Race makeover, a mother*&%^# of all bon mots on Once Upon a Time and much more. So click through »
- Team TVLine
Below, you'll find a list of recent/current/upcoming scripted TV shows on Comedy Central, DirecTV, FX, Fxx, Hallmark, and Hulu. To see a series' ratings (if they're available), click the links in the middle column.
Shows include Brickleberry, Broad City, Drunk History, Futurama, Key & Peele, South Park, Triptank, Workaholics, Call Me Fitz, Less Than Kind, Rake, Rogue, American Horror Story, The Americans, Anger Management, Archer, The Bridge, Fargo, Justified, Louie, Saint George, Sons Of Anarchy, The Strain, Chozen, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, The League, Legit, Wilfred, Cedar Cove, When Calls The Heart, The Awesomes, Quick Draw, The Wrong Mans »
I didn’t think it was possible – that just goes to show that even I can have my mind sent reeling now and again – but American Horror Story: Coven has added yet another big addition to its already boisterous cast. Fringe’s Lance Reddick has taken it upon himself to help guide the final four episodes of Coven. Depending how you feel about the direction of this third season, you’ll either be excited or a little despondent over the type of role he’s going to be playing. I’m of two minds in this situation because Horror Story is a very different kind of series and shouldn’t be judged in the usual way.
When Coven returns in January with its final run of four episodes, Lance Reddick will, according to EW, be playing Papa Legba. By doing the smallest amount of research I could manage, it became »
- Brody Gibson
‘Cause it’s too cold for you here and now, so let me hold both of your hands and lead you to this latest edition of TVLine Mixtape.
We’ve pulled together a collection of tunes from the hottest shows, complete with artist and album information in case you want to add them to your permanent collection. Spoilers abound, and we chose songs we liked – but we always want to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
So peruse our playlist, and then hit the comments with your favorite TV jams! And remember: You can always submit questions or suggestions about TV music on Twitter @mishasolomontv. »
- Misha Solomon
The film stars Elizabeth Olsen as Therese, a young woman unhappily married to her pale cousin, Camille (Tom Felton, "Harry Potter"'s Draco Malfoy). Together, Therese, her husband/cousin, and his mother, Madame Raquin (Jessica Lange), move to Paris, where Felton's charms (or lack thereof) can't compete against those of dashing Laurent (Isaac), a bold man who isn't afraid to touch Therese ... and then some.
As laid bare in the following trailer, things don't go well for hapless Camille, and Madame Raquin rightly suspects foul play. If we've learned anything from all three seasons of "American Horror Story," it's that you don't want to find yourself on Lange's bad side.
- Laura Larson
In this week's installment of 10 Stories You Might Have Missed: Is Hugh Jackman really going to hang up his Wolverine claws after "X-Men: Days of Future Past"? Also: Benedict Cumberbatch says Khan's reveal in "Star Trek Into Darkness" worked just fine, Martin Scorsese is hoping Al Pacino and Joe Pesci will join Robert De Niro in "The Irishman," Dianna Agron will guest star on "Glee," cult TV fave Lance Reddick heads to "American Horror Story," Nine Inch Nails touring with new lineup in 2014, and more. Catch up here: »
- HitFix Staff
The Sound of Music Live! ratings are crazy - HuffPost Entertainment We did it, everyone: Family Guy is resurrecting Brian - Vulture A new X-Men movie is on the way for 2016 - Moviefone If movie symbolism was more obvious - Cracked Kyle meets Fiona in new American Horror Story: Coven pictures - BuddyTV All the songs from this week's Tvd episode - The Vampire Diaries Katy Perry is coming to Kroll Show? It's true - Splitsider Why you need to keep an eye on Michael B. Jordan - The Daily Beast All the posters from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - Rotten Tomatoes More Terminator is on the way - The Hollywood Reporter Why you should be excited about the new dinosaur movie - Popsugar Moms »
- Maggie Pehanick
Madame Lalaurie's noggin is nowhere to be found in these new stills from Episode 3.09 of "American Horror Story: Coven," entitled "Head," but we do see Fiona chatting it up with Kyle, which has us very intrigued. Check 'em out!
"American Horror Story: Coven" Episode 3.09 - "Head" (airs 12/11/13)
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- Debi Moore
I think we can all agree that American Horror Story is really awesome this season. Not as convoluted as season two, and not as hard to follow as season one. Seems like this show has finally figured out its place, and just how it fits in. Well, as I am sure fans of this stellar [&hellip
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- Remy Carreiro
Have you been keeping up with this season of American Horror Story on FX? If not, then what’s wrong with you (and quickly press pause on the video above)?! Emmy-nominated actress, Sarah Paulson, stopped by Big Morning Buzz Live to talk about Carrie Keagan’s favorite show, Ahs: Coven.
The biggest buzz about the show has been the addition of goth-rock goddess Stevie Nicks as a witch for at least two episodes on the series. Paulson, who plays the recently-blinded Cordelia Foxx, reveals that Nicks has shot her scenes on the show. In a game of “fact or fiction” Paulson tells Keagan that Nicks dons a black dress (a telling sign for some fans), her storyline has been left open-ended (leaving room for her to come back) and that she’ll be singing on the show.
With that bit of knowledge, it’s time to start guessing what song Nicks will sing. »
- Stacy Lambe
After a week break American Horror Story: Coven is back. This weeks episode ‘The Sacred Taking’ followed straight on from the end of the previous episode whereby Delia began laying the plans to kill her interfering and murdering mother.
The episode opens on a confrontation between newly aligned voodoo witch Queenie and her former allies Zoe and Madison. Having been sent out by Laveau to fetch a dark heart for a ritual, Queenie kills and cuts out the heart of a rapist, holding the still beating organ in her hand as she proclaims to the witches “War is coming, and you’re going to lose”. It’s an extremely effective opening, giving a sense of danger and threat which I’ve said many times before seems to be lacking within this season.
Whilst Queenie’s departure from the Coven »
- Gary Collinson
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
It's midseason finale time, so start breaking out your black clothing because you're going to be attending a lot of fictional funerals. In part one of its big two-part midseason ender, Scandal made a big kill, but even more surprising was the person who committed the murder. And while no deaths actually went down on Sons of Anarchy, one beloved character came super close to biting the dust and a fan favorite (literally) lost her head on American Horror Story: Coven. And we can't forget about all the deaths that went down in The Walking Dead's midseason finale now, can we? But it wasn't all death and beheadings, as the small screen made time for some kisses and introductions, including a super hot »
Reading about Kevin Spacey returning in “House of Cards,” watching Jonathan Banks breaking bones on “Breaking Bad” and Steven Bauer in “Ray Donovan,” and seeing Stanley Tucci stealing scenes in the “Hunger Games” sequel, lately it feels like all roads lead to “Wiseguy.”
Once in a while there are TV series that in hindsight appear ahead of their time, or that provided a launching pad for an inordinate amount of talent. “Wiseguy,” which aired on CBS from 1987-90, managed to do both.
Starring Ken Wahl as Vinnie Terranova, a cop working undercover as a criminal enforcer, the series introduced Spacey as part of an incestuous brother-and-sister team (that’s Joan Severance pictured with him above), Tucci as a ruthless mobster and Banks as Wahl’s taciturn boss. Featuring one of composer Mike Post’s best themes (if you know it, you’ll likely be humming it the rest of the »
- Brian Lowry
The Fitz administration is comprised of the murderiest murderers who ever murdered. I guarantee no legislation is being passed, since they’re all too busy hiding bodies.Right now I’m stressed about three things: I can’t believe I still have final exams as a Ph.D. student; I’ve been stuck on level 125 of Candy Crush for a week; and Scandal keeps finding new ways to inject a healthy amount of blood and torture into my life every week. What is this, American Horror Story? If you are able to watch the entire episode without throwing out a muscle in your back from jerking your face away from the screen, I salute you. Huck used Yolo as a reason to rip some teeth out of Quinn’s skull, so congratulations, Drake! Your music and dumb slang are now the soundtrack to torture porn. The episode starts with Huck’s fast-paced, »
- Danielle Henderson
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