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Grimm is the latest Us fantasy show to drop a mid-season finale shocker on its fans...

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5.6 Wesen Nacht

The Biest is back!

Thankfully we experience a welcome return to form for our favourite fairytale-based detective series this week. There was heaps of exposition, plenty of pace and a midseason finale shocker that will, no doubt, leave some fans wailing and gnashing their teeth over the winter break.

With Trubel safely back under Nick’s roof we finally discover more details about the shady government organisation with which she’s been working …for an entire year! Yes, we find out that after Trubel left for Philadelphia with Josh she was recruited to a government agency so secretive that not even the government knows much about it. So for the past twelve months she has been acting as a secret agent, fighting an “underground war
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Indie Spotlight: Watch the Short Film ‘Count to Ten’

"Whenever you get scared, you close your eyes and you count to ten, and then when you're done counting, you open your eyes and whatever was scaring you... will be gone." A boy fears what could be waiting in the shadows of his closet in the short horror film, Count to Ten. From Lone Suspect Productions, Count to Ten was recently released on BlackBoxTV and we now have the scary short for Daily Dead readers to enjoy.

Press Release -- "(Los Angeles, CA) April 30, 2015 - BlackBoxTV, the number one genre portal on the internet for all things horror, thriller and sci-fi, has released Count to Ten, a short film starring three time Emmy Winner Julie Marie Berman (General Hospital), Bob Clendenin (Cougar Town, Scrubs), and newcomer Jason Bonell.

In Count to Ten, a single mother in a new house tries to reassure her son that fear is only in his mind.
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'Cougar Town' Season 5 premiere: 'All or Nothing' feels a little closer to nothing

Five seasons in, "Cougar Town" has officially settled into its formulaic groove - for better or worse.

During its Season 5 premiere on Tuesday (Jan. 7), its second season on new network TBS, fans of the Cul-de-Sac Crew got exactly what they've come to expect: A goofy mixture of jokes of the long-running inside and meta varieties, with a final act that exhibits some actual emotion and sentiment. And while that formula has proven a winning one for the last four seasons, it all feels a little hollow here.

The A-story, which follows Courteney Cox's Jules as she struggles to accept Travis (Dan Byrd) and Laurie's (Busy Philipps) new relationship, goes through the usual motions. There's the requisite creepy comments from Jules regarding, oh you know, her son, which goes so far as to actually have her (accidentally) touch a part of his body that kicks that Oedipal thing into hyperdrive.
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'Cougar Town' preview: Five scoops on the new season

'Cougar Town' preview: Five scoops on the new season
Five seasons into Cougar Town, creator Bill Lawrence knows not to mess with something that works. And Cougar Town — in all of its wine-soaked, zany, fun glory — works.

That’s why you won’t see a fifth season, which premieres tonight on TBS, full of curve balls or too many guest stars (save one, which we’ll get to). “In the past, when I’ve had shows that go on for a long time — like the 6 or 7th year of Scrubs– I’ve thrown curveballs into it that ultimately weren’t satisfying,” says Lawrence, who handed over daily duties to
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Busy Philipps Shows Off Darker Hair & "Tiny Bruise" After Getting Hit in the Face With a Snowball

Busy Philipps Shows Off Darker Hair &
It's all good fun until someone gets hurt—then it's hilarious. No, no, we're kidding. Luckily, Busy Philipps didn't have to endure too much pain after mistakenly getting hit in the face with a snowball on the set of Cougar Town, but it did leave a mark (just not one that was big enough). "I'm a little disappointed that I didn't wake up with a shiner, just a tiny bruise on my eye. I wanted @bobclendenin to feel Really bad. :(," Philipps tweeted, and followed up with a photo of her little snow wound, "K. Here's the tiny bruise by my eye, thanks to @bobclendenin's snowball Also, yes, I use a Turbie Towel, obviously." The actress' costar Bob Clendenin...
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Hulu Renews ‘Quick Draw’ For Season 2

Hulu has ordered a 10-episode second season of comedic half-hour western Quick Draw. The series from John Lehr and Nancy Hower joins Deadbeat and The Awesomes for Hulu’s 2014 originals slate. Co-creator and star Lehr returns as Harvard-educated Sheriff John Henry Hoyle, who uses his forensics expertise to solve crimes in a small Kansas town while trying to fit in with skeptical townspeople. Nick Brown, Allison Dunbar, Alexia Dox and Robert Clendenin also will be back for Season 2. Hower and Lehr exec produce along with Keith Raskin (Key & Peele, The League).The show is slated to premiere on Hulu and Hulu Plus in 2014.
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'Quick Draw' video: Preview a frontier-style 'whiskey support group'

The Hulu original series, "Quick Draw," is a half-hour procedural comedy set in the Old West. It has, however, something of a modern sensibility to it. In this exclusive clip from Monday's upcoming episode, we see that sensibility in a video for a "whiskey support group for not drinking whiskey."

Part of episode 5 -- available on Hulu starting on Monday (Aug. 26) -- the clip shows what happens when the good citizens of Great Bend, Kansas gather together for what they thought was a group for drinking whiskey. Alas, it seems that the Alcoholics Anonymous model isn't such a hit with the men (and woman) of the frontier.

Click here for more "Quick Draw."

"Quick Draw" follows the crime-fighting adventures of Sheriff John Henry Hoyle (John Lehr) and his sidekick, Deputy Eli (Nick Brown) out on the frontier world of the Old West. Although Hoyle is a man of learning --
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Hulu Launches New Original Series, 'Quick Draw'

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Hulu Launches New Original Series, 'Quick Draw'
The creators and star of the TBS sitcom "10 Items or Less" debuted their new web series "Quick Draw" on Hulu Monday. The semi-historical, semi-improvisational Western comedy stars John Lehr, Robert Clendenin and Ralph Garman. Lehr plays John Henry Hoyle, the sheriff of Great Bend, Kans. -- a Harvard alum, which he seems happy to tell the generally unimpressed population. "Quickdraw" is the latest original series offering from Hulu; "The Awesomes" premiered last week. Watch the trailer: Related Articles: 
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"Quick Draw": Funny Frontier Justice

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Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis, from the new 'Old West' comedy series "Quick Draw", starring writer, actor John Lehr as 'John Henry Hoyle', a new sheriff in the 1875 Kansas town of 'Great Bend', premiering August 5, 2013 on Hulu.

Not since TV's "F Troop" and Mel Brooks' "Blazing Saddles" has there been an attempt at a film parody of the 'cowboy' genre, as Lehr satirizes "Deadwood" with the forensic procedures of "CSI":

"...a 'Harvard' graduate who studied forensic science, as well as being a remarkably good shot, 'Sheriff Hoyle' (Lehr) is also kind of a dummy, in a hilarious way. 

"Joined by a cast of characters that includes 'Deputy Eli Brocias' (Nicholas Brown), a madam/saloon-owner named 'Honey Shaw' (Allison Dunbar), and a hodgepodge of colorful locals, outlaws, and ladies of the night, Sheriff Hoyle is tasked with bringing law and order to 'Great Bend'...

"...earning the respect of the townspeople,
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Twilight’s Ashley Greene replaces Anna Kendrick in Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here

Soon after Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here reached its funding goal on Kickstarter, and even before the project was officially funded, Anna Kendrick was one of the first cast members added alongside Braff’s leading character, set to star as a Cosplay enthusiast / love interest for Braff’s brother, played by Josh Gad.

Now Braff has taken to Kickstarter to tell his pledges that Kendrick’s schedule unfortunately conflicts with the film’s shooting dates, thus forcing her to exit the project.

But he has good news as well, announcing that Ashley Greene has come on board in her place.

Perhaps best known for her role as Alice Cullen in The Twilight Saga, Braff notes that he’s known Greene for a couple of years now, emphasising that she’s every bit as hilarious as she is talented and beautiful, which is naturally encouraging with her character being a Cosplayer.
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Ashley Greene replaces Anna Kendrick on Zach Braff Kickstarter film

Ashley Greene replaces Anna Kendrick on Zach Braff Kickstarter film
Ashley Greene has replaced Anna Kendrick on Zach Braff's new movie Wish I Was Here.

The actress will take over from her fellow Twilight Saga star in the Kickstarter-funded project.

Braff announced the swap to the campaign's backers.

"Well, since you're having your first shot as being movie producer, it's time you experience something that happens a lot: scheduling conflicts," he wrote.

"We've tried our hardest, but we've been unable to figure out the lovely Anna Kendrick's scheduling conflicts with another movie she's doing. This happens all the time in movie-land.

"Putting the shooting schedule together is like planning 25 weddings: each day has so many moving pieces and locations. I love Anna so much and can't wait to work with her one day."

Braff described Greene as "gorgeous", "charming" and "hilarious".

Bob Clendenin, Matt Winston and Alexander Chaplin have also been added to the cast, which already features Kate Hudson,
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'Twilight' Star Ashley Greene Replaces Anna Kendrick in Zach Braff's Kickstarter Movie

'Twilight' Star Ashley Greene Replaces Anna Kendrick in Zach Braff's Kickstarter Movie
"Twilight" star Ashley Greene has come on to replace Anna Kendrick in Zach Braff's Kickstarter movie "Wish I Was Here," the director announced to the project's backers on Tuesday night. Also joining the cast are "Scrubs" alums Bob Clendenin, Matt Winston and Alexander Chaplin. Braff's announcement chalked the casting switch up to a scheduling conflict. "Well, since you're having your first shot as being movie producer, it's time you experience something that happens a lot: Scheduling conflicts. We've tried our hardest, but we've been unable to figure out the lovely Anna Kendrick's scheduling conflicts
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Watch: 'Cougar Town' Does 'Jingle Bells,' Big Carl-Style

Watch: 'Cougar Town' Does 'Jingle Bells,' Big Carl-Style
We're only weeks away from the "Cougar Town" premiere on TBS (Tues., Jan. 8 at 10 p.m. Est), but as an early Christmas gift, the network has put together a promo of the cast in honor of the holidays.

Watch HuffPost TV's exclusive first look at the promo above featuring the "Cougar Town" cast clanking their Big Carls and beer bottles to the tune of "Jingle Bells."

Season 4 of "Cougar Town" brings back Courteney Cox as Jules Cobb, a recently remarried mom who loves wine almost as much as she loves her friends, the cul-de-sac crew: Bobby (Brian Van Holt), Ellie (Christa Miller), Andy (Ian Gomez), Laurie (Busy Philipps) and her neighbor-turned-husband Grayson (Josh Hopkins).

In the new season, Jules and Grayson are adjusting to married life while Jules' son Travis (Dan Byrd) is starting a new life path as a "playah." Ellie heads back to work, Bobby starts dating again,
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Watch: 'Cougar Town' Does 'Jingle Bells,' Big Carl-Style

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Watch: 'Cougar Town' Does 'Jingle Bells,' Big Carl-Style
We're only weeks away from the "Cougar Town" premiere on TBS (Tues., Jan. 8 at 10 p.m. Est), but as an early Christmas gift, the network has put together a promo of the cast in honor of the holidays.

Watch HuffPost TV's exclusive first look at the promo above featuring the "Cougar Town" cast clanking their Big Carls and beer bottles to the tune of "Jingle Bells."

Season 4 of "Cougar Town" brings back Courteney Cox as Jules Cobb, a recently remarried mom who loves wine almost as much as she loves her friends, the cul-de-sac crew: Bobby (Brian Van Holt), Ellie (Christa Miller), Andy (Ian Gomez), Laurie (Busy Philipps) and her neighbor-turned-husband Grayson (Josh Hopkins).

In the new season, Jules and Grayson are adjusting to married life while Jules' son Travis (Dan Byrd) is starting a new life path as a "playah." Ellie heads back to work, Bobby starts dating again,
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Cougar Town: Gillian Vigman to Guest Star in Season 4

Bobby has a girlfriend, Bobby has a girlfriend, Bobby has a girlfriend...

Well, he will for at least one episode next season. TVLine is reporting that Gillian Vigman has signed on to appear on Cougar Town as a love interest for Bobby. She'll be playing a woman named Mary, who picks Bobby up in a department store and spends the day with him inside the store "vacationing".

Bobby hasn't done a whole lot of dating around during the first three seasons of the former ABC comedy, his first (and only) semi-serious post-Jules connection coming with Angie, Trav's professor. Now that Jules and Grayson are officially husband and wife, it'll be a weird time for Bobby; he doesn't want to be with Jules, nor does he want to mess up her relationship, but seeing his ex happy reminds him that he's not happy. Not in his professional life and certainly not in his personal life,
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'Cougar Town' welcomes Ali Wentworth for Season 4

Tom (Bob Clendenin) may never be a full-fledged member of the cul-de-sac crew on "Cougar Town," but for at least part of Season 4, he won't have to stand outside Jules' (Courteney Cox) window by himself.

The show, which is moving from ABC to TBS, has cast Ali Wentworth as a love interest for Tom. Wentworth tweeted a picture of herself on set on Monday (Aug. 27), and she also filmed her web series "Daily Shot" from downtown Gulfhaven, with "Cougar Town" star Busy Philipps as the guest.

Wentworth (who's married to "Good Morning America" anchor George Stephanopoulos) co-created and starred in "Head Case" for Starz and is maybe best known for playing Jerry's girlfriend in "The Soup Nazi" episode of "Seinfeld." She was also a frequent guest on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and was in the cast of "In Living Color" for several seasons in the early '90s.

"Cougar Town
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Ali Wentworth to Guest Star on Cougar Town

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Ali Wentworth is heading back to the small screen.

The actress - who is married to George Stephanopoulous and may always be remembered as Jerry's girlfriend on the classic Soup Nazi episode of Seinfeld - will come on board Season 4 as a love interest for Bob Clendenin’s Tom.

The actress has not appeared on television since Head Case in 2009. No word yet on how many episodes she'll stick around for, but Wentworth Tweeted the following photo of herself on set this week:

Cougar Town, of course, is moving to TBS and will kick off new episodes in early 2013.
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Cougar Town Scoop: Look Who's Playing Tom's New (First?) Girlfriend

Cougar Town Scoop: Look Who's Playing Tom's New (First?) Girlfriend
The Cul-de-Sac Crew’s seventh wheel is finally getting some action!

Cougar Town is introducing a love interest for Bob Clendenin’s loveable hanger-on Tom, and the lucky lady will be played by actress/comedian Ali Wentworth, TVLine has confirmed.

Related | Will TBS Change Cougar Town‘s Title?

Wentworth, whose acting credits include Starz’s Head Case and playing Jerry’s girlfriend in Seinfeld‘s classic “Soup Nazi” episode, will appear during the comedy’s upcoming fourth season (which is slated to premiere on TBS in early 2013).

On Monday, Wentworth — who’s the wife of Good Morning America‘s George
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The Closer

Network: TNT

Episodes: 109 (hour)

Seasons: Seven

TV show dates: June 13, 2005 -- August 13, 2012

Series status: Ended

Performers include:

Kyra Sedgwick, J.K. Simmons, Corey Reynolds, Robert Gossett, G.W. Bailey, Jon Tenney, Anthony John Denison, Phillip P. Keene, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Gina Ravera, Ryan Van de Kamp Buchanan, Jonathan Del Arco, Frances Sternhagen, James Avery, Barry Corbin, Stephen Martines, Conan McCarty, and Bob Clendenin.

TV show description:

This crime drama centers around a Georgia police detective, Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson (Kyra Sedgwick), who makes a move to Los Angeles to head up the Priority Murder squad, which later becomes the Priority Homicide Division. Eventually the team changes focus, adding fraud, rape, and kidnapping cases, and is again renamed, this time to the Major Crimes Division.

After working with the CIA, and
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Cougar Town Hot Shots: Scrubs Faves Finally Invade the Cul-de-sac!

Cougar Town Hot Shots: Scrubs Faves Finally Invade the Cul-de-sac!
Cougar Town is about to be invaded by a whole lotta Scrubs alumni, and we’ve got your first look at the gang (minus Zach Braff) reunited on the cul-de-sac.

Sarah Chalke is already in the midst of her arc as Bobby’s gal pal when the big episode, titled “A One Story Town,” airs March 13. In it, Ken Jenkins reprises his role of Jules’ dad, Sam Lloyd’s Ted passes through town with his musical group, The Peons, and Robert “The Todd” Maschio drops by as… The Todd?! (See the green cut-off shirt and flamed bandana-looking thing for proof.
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