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Legends of Tomorrow's Doomworld Had Death, Easter Eggs and One 'Tiny' Twist

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Legends of Tomorrow‘s “Doomworld” was a fun place to visit, but I’m not sure I would want to live there.

Sara, Mick, Ray et al, however, may have little say in the matter.

RelatedThe Flash‘s Tom Felton Weighs In on [Spoiler] Twist, New Team Tensions

Living as Eobard Thawne’s “pets” in this new reality, rewritten by the Spear of Destiny, Sara and Amaya are assassins for the Legion of Doom, Ray is a janitor, Jefferson is bullying lab rat Stein into doing Thawne’s bidding and Nate is a horribly coiffed conspiracy theorist wise to this “wrong” reality. »

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Bones' Emily Deschanel Reveals Finale Scene That Nearly Made Her 'Bawl,' Reacts to David Boreanaz' New Gig

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Unlike her former co-star David Boreanaz, who just signed on to headline CBS’ Navy Seal-themed drama pilot, leading lady Emily Deschanel will not be diving back into the job market so soon after wrapping her 12-year stint on Bones.

“David texted me the news and I wrote back, ‘Amazing. Good on you,'” the actress recalls. “I’m just so impressed that he’s willing to do that right now. But that’s not where I’m at. I’m at a place where I need time to grieve and process the show ending. I’m still recovering.”

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Bones Finale: Ep Solves Baby Mystery, Explains '447' Resolution, Talks Alternate Endings (Ghost Sweets?!)

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The following story contains spoilers about tonight’s Bones series finale. Proceed at your own peril.

Any way you slice it, Bones just gave us a very happy “End in the End.”

After 12 seasons, the Fox drama signed off Tuesday with a wistful, bittersweet and ultimately satisfying hour that found Big Bad Mark Kovac permanently neutralized (aka killed), Brennan’s temporary amnesia reversed and Cam ditching the Jeffersonian to start a new family with Arastoo (but not before promoting Hodgins into her post as lab director). Along the way, the series sort of resolved the enduring “447” mystery, paid tribute to »

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The Flash's Tom Felton Weighs In on [Spoiler] Twist, New Team Tensions

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The following contains major spoilers from this week’s episode of The CW’s The Flash.

This week on The Flash, one team member went to great lengths to save another — with major ramifications for all involved.

RelatedThe Flash‘s Grant Gustin, Candice Patton Open Up About ‘WestAllen’ Engagement No. 2, Tears That Were Shed

Toward the close of an hour in which Barry & Co. debated letting the Earth-19 villain-from-the-future Abra Kadabra (played by MacGyver‘s David Dastmalchian) run free, in trade for intel on Savitar’s identity, Caitlin was critically injured/Tommy Merlyn’d by an explosion conjured by the magic man. »

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The Voice Recap: The Man of Steal

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Going into Tuesday’s final Battle Rounds of The Voice Season 12, Adam Levine was the only coach who still had a steal left. But on whom would he use it, especially considering that the evening consisted of a mere three sing-offs, and there was no way Alicia Keys was going to pass on Lilli Passero? (I mean, come on — she’s a goddess.) Keep reading and find out the answer (as if you don’t already know!), then we’ll play favorites in the comments.

RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2017: Deaths, Breakups, Weddings, Firings, Sex, Resurrections, Time Jumps and More!

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New Girl: Here's the Story Behind Schmidt's Lol First Name

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The following story contains major spoilers about Tuesday’s New Girl. Proceed at your own peril. And we repeat — if you haven’t watched the episode, don’t read any further.

Is New Girl big enough for two Winstons?! The Fox comedy posed that very unlikely question in Tuesday’s penultimate Season 6 episode when it was disclosed that Schmidt’s elusive first name is eerily, coincidentally, hilariously similar to bestie Winston’s. Actually, it is Winston. 

Below, exec producers Brett Baer and Dave Finkel break down the story behind the long-awaited revelation, while also weighing in on the episode’s »

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TVLine Items: Parks and Rec Stars Get Crafty, SNL Taps Harry Styles and More

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NBC has designs on TV’s erstwhile Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson.

The Peacock network has given a six-episode order to The Handmade Project, a competition series hosted by Parks and Recreation alums Amy Poehler (who will also produce) and Nick Offerman, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedCarol Burnett to Star In Amy Poehler’s Family Comedy Pilot for ABC

The program celebrates artisanship and the makers who can create amazing things with their hands and a few tools, a skill in which woodworker Offerman, like Parks and Rec‘s Ron, is well-versed.

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The Mindy Project: What the Heck Happened to This Once-Great Show?

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Warning: The following contains spoilers for The Mindy Project’s Season 5 finale.

The Mindy Project wrapped its fifth season Tuesday with an episode that found Dr. Lahiri (again) making a decision she’ll likely come to regret about a(nother) guy who has become important(ish) in her life but who will (likely) be gone by the next time her Bff Peter rolls into town. If all of this sounds familiar, it’s because it’s ground the Hulu comedy has covered so many times since its debut. And it leaves this former fan with a sad question:

Exqueeze me, »

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Pretty Little Liars Premiere Photos: Holden Returns, 'Ezra' Hits the Road

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On top of everything A.D. is plotting, it seems that Pretty Little Liars‘ spring premiere — airing Tuesday, April 18 at 8/7c on Freeform — has an ex-tra surprise in store for Aria.

RelatedPretty Little Liars Series Finale Scoop: Weddings, Deadly Encounters and Toby’s Fate Revealed

New photos from the episode — the first of the series’ final 10! — give us our first look at Aria’s reunion with Holden Strauss, last seen waaaaay back in Season 3. (You remember him, right? Aria’s old friend? I want to say he was in some sort of fight club?) Anyway, he appears to »

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April TV Calendar: The Leftovers and Fargo Return, Handmaid's Tale Is Told, Gods Rise and 81 Other Dates to Save

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The TV season at hand may not end in earnest until next month, but the most robust April on record draws nigh, featuring the return and debut of numerous prestige cable/streaming series, plus much, much more.

RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2017: Deaths, Breakups, Weddings, Firings, Sex, Resurrections, Time Jumps and More!

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, S.H.I.E.L.D. and Gotham, for example, are due to return from long breaks, while fans of Fargo, The Leftovers and iZombie can finally look set their DVR for new episodes. There are hellos ahead, as American Gods come to life and The Handmaid’s Tale unspools, »

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Bill O'Reilly Apologizes for His Comments About Maxine Waters' Hair

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Fox News host Bill O’Reilly has apologized for his comments about Congresswoman Maxine Waters and her “James Brown wig.”

The host of The O’Reilly Factor visited Fox & Friends on Tuesday and, after a video clip of Waters ran, said: “I didn’t hear a word she said. I was looking at the James Brown wig… I didn’t say she wasn’t attractive. I love James Brown. But it’s the same hair!” (Watch the clip below.)

Now O’Reilly has apologized for those comments: “As I have said many times, I respect Congresswoman Maxine Waters for being sincere in her beliefs. »

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Trading Spaces Returning to TLC

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TLC is plotting a revival — or should we call it a makeover? — of its classic home-design series Trading Spaces, which originally ran from 2000 to 2008.

RelatedSytycd, Love Connection Reboot Get Summer Premiere Dates at Fox

The announcement was made Tuesday at TLC’s upfront presentation by network president Nancy Daniels, per Fox News. “This is a big one,” she began. “I am excited to announced that TLC’s most successful and most iconic series … is coming back.”

For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, Trading Spaces was a reality show in which two pairs of »

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Imaginary Mary: How Mary's CGI Friend Came to Life (And Got a Lot Cuter)

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ABC’s Imaginary Mary is trying something new: adding an animated CGI character to the cast of a live-action series. And like a lot of Hollywood stars, that CGI character went through a few nips and tucks on the way to primetime.

In the new midseason comedy (debuting this Wednesday at 8:30/7:30c), Jenna Elfman stars as Alice, a career woman whose imaginary friend from childhood, Mary (voiced by SNL alum Rachel Dratch), suddenly reappears in her life. Mary’s always helped Alice through hard times, and she’s back to help her cope when Alice’s boyfriend Ben »

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American Horror Story Taps Billy Eichner for Season 7 Tank-Topped (?) Role

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For a dollar: Who’s the latest unexpected American Horror Story cast addition?

Billy Eichner! [Runs down sidewalk with microphone in hand]

The Billy on the Street host/Difficult People star will be part of the next installment of Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology, TVLine has confirmed.

RelatedJohn Cho to Play Billy Eichner’s Boyfriend on Difficult People Season 3

The FX drama’s upcoming seventh season will concern itself with the 2016 American presidential election. Not much is known about how Eichner’s character fits into that scenario, except that — per our sister site Deadline — he’ll be in about six or seven of the 11 episodes, he »

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Big Little Lies: I Want a Season 2 and I Want It Now Please and Thank You

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On Monday, HBO issued a press release basically declaring that Big Little Lies — its seven-part limited series starring  — has quietly blossomed into a big-ish hit.

Per the cabler, the well-reviewed dramedy is averaging 7 million viewers across multiple platforms ahead of Sunday’s grand finale. Just as noteworthy, is the buzz that Big Little Lies is generating on social media (Sunday’s penultimate episode was trending on Twitter just behind The Walking Dead) and around the proverbial office water cooler (or in TVLine’s case, our fountain-soda machine). The series has all the makings of a pop culture phenomenon.

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Ratings: 24, Taken and Supergirl Rise

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Fox’s 24: Legacy this Monday drew 3.2 million total viewers and a 0.9 rating (per finals), dropping a handful of eyeballs while rising a tenth in the demo from last week’s low. Leading out of that, Apb (2.8 mil/0.6) dipped to new lows.

RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2017: Deaths, Breakups, Weddings, Firings, Sex, Resurrections, Time Jumps and More!

Over on NBC, The Voice (10.6 mil/2.4) was steady week-to-week and dominated the night in the demo. Taken (5 mil/1.0) ticked up.

RelatedThe Voice Recap: Thinning of the Heard


ABC | Dancing With the Stars (11.1 mil/1.7) slipped 9 and 19 percent from its premiere. Bubble drama Quantico (3.2 mil/0.7) was flat. »

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Will Smith and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Co-Stars Reunite: See Photo

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Now, this is a story all ’bout how the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air cast gets together every once in a while, and sometimes those hangouts are photographed to make children of the ’90s feel all nostalgic.

Alfonso Ribeiro, who played groovemaster Carlton on the NBC comedy, posted a shot of the reunited cast to his Instagram account Monday night.

The photo shows Tatyana Ali, Ribiero, Karyn Parsons, Will Smith, Daphne Reid and Joseph Marcell arm in arm. In the caption, Ribiero notes that one significant member of the cast is missing: James Avery, who died of complications from open heart »

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Late Night: Seth Meyers Calls Trump's Failed Health Care Bill a 'Big Con'

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The collapse of the Gop’s American Health Care Act provided plenty of material for Late Night host Seth Meyers, who examined the defeat Monday in a new “Closer Look” segment.

VideosSeth Meyers Accuses Trump of Stealing From SNL: ‘Donald, You Ignorant Slut!’

In the video above, Meyers takes Republicans to task for failing to follow through on their long-promised “repeal and replace” plan for Obamacare.

“They campaigned on this for seven years, ran on it in four consecutive national elections and voted on it more than 60 times in Congress,” he explains. “And now, it turns out that »

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Humans Renewed for Season 3

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These are the droids AMC is looking for: The cable net, with production partners Channel 4 and Kudos, has renewed Humans for Season 3.

RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?

The series — which explores the relationships between humans and robotic servants called Synths — will return with eight new episodes in 2018.

“Humans provides a thrilling look at the evolution of technology and its effect on society,” said Joel Stillerman, president of original programming and development for AMC and Sundance TV in a statement. “The critical response to Season 2 celebrates the creative vision, »

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Bates Motel EPs Talk 'Empowering' Shower-Scene Twist: 'We Were Not Throwing Shade at Psycho'

27 March 2017 8:04 PM, PDT

Somewhere Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic head is spinning.

In what marks Bates Motel‘s latest and boldest source-material detour to date, Monday’s installment — which served as the conclusion of Rihanna’s two-episode arc as Psycho‘s ill-fated heroine Marion Crane — put a progressive, gender-swapping spin on the film’s legendary shower scene. [Spoiler Alert] Instead of Marion getting hacked to death in the bathtub, it was her philandering beau Sam Loomis (Austin Nichols) who had a fatal run-in with Norman’s knife. And as an added twist, Norman committed the brutal murder in his street clothes! 

Below, exec producers Kerry Ehrin »

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