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ABC Sets Fall Premiere Dates for Grey's, Once, Kiefer's Potus Drama and More

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First in the alphabet but last to show its hand, ABC has unveiled its premiere plan for the 2016-17 TV season (following CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW), and it will put its best foot forward on Monday, Sept. 12 with the Season 23 premiere of Dancing With the Stars.

RelatedFall TV Schedule 2016: What’s on When? And Versus What?

Also of note: 24 star Kiefer Sutherland’s Designated Survivor, which per a TVLine poll is the fall’s most anticipated new drama, gets sworn into office on Wednesday, Sept. 21 (filling Nashville‘s former spot).

As previously announced, Scandal Season 6 is being »


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Ratings: American Ninja Warrior Ties Bachelorette for Monday Demo Win

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Leading out of U.S. Olympic swimming trials (5.2 mil/1.2) this week, NBC’s American Ninja Warrior delivered 6.5 million total viewers and a 1.9 rating, tying its season high in the demo and matching The Bachelorette for the nightly demo win.

RelatedFall TV First Impression: NBC’s Timeless

Elsewhere in the ratings:

ABC | The aforementioned Bachelorette (6.8 mil/1.9) dipped two tenths in the demo; Mistresses (3 mil/0.7) was flat.

RelatedMistresses Recap: Post-Traumatic Mess Disorder

CBS | BrainDead (3.3 mil/0.5) dropped another handful of viewers while steady in the demo.

Fox | So You Think You Can Dance (3 mil/0.9) slipped to a new audience low, while ticking up »


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Pretty Little Liars Photos: Emily's Fight to Save Alison Takes a 'Disturbing' Turn

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The Pretty Little Liars are desperate to free Alison from Elliott’s evil British clutches on Tuesday’s episode (Freeform, 8/7c) — and who better to lead the charge than Emily?

PhotosPretty Little Liars: 15 Season 7 Spoilers About the Wedding, Deaths and a Special Surprise for ‘Ezria’

TVLine has exclusive first-look photos from the episode, in which “Emily receives a disturbing phone call and tries to find a way to see Ali.” (Hey, at least it’s a phone call and not another text.)

But because the Liars rarely act alone, we also have photos of the entire Pll gang »


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Game of Thrones Season 6 Finale Draws Series-High Ratings

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Game of Thrones saw its ratings explode with Sunday’s incendiary finale.

RelatedGame of Thrones EPs Talk ‘Cohesive’ 13-Ep End Game ‘Without Padding’

The HBO epic’s Season 6 swan song— which saw a half-dozen pivotal characters die, many of them as in Cersei’s Sept of Baelor massacre — attracted a series-high 8.9 million viewers. That bests the previous record-holder, last summer’s Season 5 finale, which attracted a then-series-high 8.1 million viewers.

In the coveted 18-49 demo, the finale notched a best-ever 4.4 rating, beating the 4.0 the show pulled earlier this season.

RelatedGame of Thrones Season 7: EPs Say Beware of Cersei »


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David Tennant Reads Nsfw Scottish Tweets About Trump's Brexit Gaffe

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If you thought you had already seen the brunt of Donald Trump putdowns following his recent “Brexit”-related flub, just wait until you see David Tennant (Marvel’s Jessica Jones) read aloud a series of mean tweets with brogue-filled gusto.

RelatedUK Votes to ‘Brexit’ the EU: John Oliver Warned of ‘Insane’ Consequences

Full Frontal With Samantha Bee on Monday called on the Scottish thespian to address the presidential candidate’s recent social media post insinuating that Scotland — not England — had voted to leave the European Union. That faux pas was reinforced when Trump gave a speech on June 24, just hours »


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Gilmore Girls Promo: Lauren Graham Urges Global Binge Ahead of Revival

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Ahead of its highly anticipated Gilmore Girls continuation, Netflix is giving subscribers worldwide a chance to get acclimated to Stars Hollow.

The streaming service on Tuesday (with a little help from Lauren Graham) revealed that all seven seasons of Gilmore Girls will become available to stream globally on Friday, July 1, giving first-time viewers plenty of time to catch up on its original 2000-2007 run before the late fall release of Gilmore Girls: A Year In the Life.

RelatedGilmore Girls: Rory Meets Flotus Michelle Obama — Watch Video

In a new promo touting Netflix’s widened distribution rights, Graham can »


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Mistresses Recap: Post-Traumatic Mess Disorder

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Normally, you’d hear no complaints from me about Mistresses‘ Josslyn Carver hacking a rival’s cell phone, using his rotten texts for her professional gain, then celebrating with a giant glass of vodka (followed by a beer in a plastic cup).

After all, I cheered wildly in previous seasons when she explored the world of Japanese bondage rope, attempted to seduce her boss’ husband as part of a sex-lies-and-videotape sting operation, and work-work-work-worked from home* with her sister’s ex-husband. (*Thanks for the innuendo, ladies of Fifth Harmony!)

RelatedAsk Ausiello: Spoilers on Once, Grey’s, Walking Dead, Supernatural, Legends, »


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Game of Thrones EPs Talk 'Cohesive' 13-Ep End Game 'Without Padding'

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As if Sunday’s crazy-town Game of Thrones finale didn’t serve as enough confirmation, HBO’s dragons-and-drama juggernaut is nearing the finish line. And no amount of pressure — public, presidential, or otherwise — will change that, according to exec producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss.

In an interview with Deadline, the pair were asked about the possibility of continuing the still-wildly-popular series — which counts President Obama among its fans — beyond the previously-announced 13-episode split-season swan song. “Like President Obama, we want to leave while all the people watching this show are really into it,” responded Weiss. “Get out at a »


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Game of Thrones Season 7: EPs Say Beware of Cersei Without Her Children

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If you thought Games of Thrones’ Cersei was vicious before — and let’s be real, of course you did — just wait until Season 7, the HBO series creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss tell our sister site Deadline.

RelatedGame of Thrones Big Finale Casualty Speaks, Calls Death ‘Inspired’

“While [she] has certainly done a lot of horrible things in her life and she could be a very cruel person, the one thing that was redemptive about her was, she genuinely loved her children,” notes Weiss. “Now they’re all gone, and I think that is very interesting for us. Who is she without her children? »


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The Royals: British Actor Jules Knight Joins Season 3 in Powerful Role

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Another key player is joining The Royals‘ own game of thrones in Season 3.

Jules Knight (BBC One’s Holby City) will recur on the E! drama — produced by Lionsgate and Universal Cable Productions — as Spencer Hoenigsberg, the new Lord Chamberlain to the Queen of England, TVLine has learned exclusively.

This marks the Stateside television debut for Knight, who coincidentally attended the University of St. Andrews with real-life royals Prince William and Kate Middleton.

RelatedThe Royals Finale: Simon’s Killer Revealed, Plus 2 Other Insane Twists

Described as “smart, charismatic and cunning, [Spencer] is a professional willing to go the extra mile »


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American Horror Story Welcomes Back Another Alum for Top-Secret Season 6

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Little is known about American Horror Story‘s upcoming sixth installment — Ryan Murphy’s team is keeping the lid on tighter than usual — but at least we know we’ll recognize a few familiar faces come fall.

In a new interview with Out magazine, Cheyenne Jackson reveals that he will return to the FX drama for Season 6. In fact, Jackson — who played hotel owner Will Drake in the show’s fifth season — says that filming has already begun.

RelatedAmerican Horror Story Season 6 (Dual) Time Frame Revealed

This makes Jackson the third Ahs alum to confirm a sixth-season return; Lady Gaga »


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TVLine Items: Matthew Goode's Sci-Fi Gig, Hap & Leonard Renewal and More

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Aliens, meet Matthew Goode.

The Good Wife alum is set to star in a pilot based on Wgn America’s adaptation of Arkady and Boris Strugatsky’s science fiction novel Roadside Picnic, Deadline reports.

RelatedFall TV Schedule 2016: What’s on When? And Versus What?

Goode will play Red, a man who studies and enters “the Zone,” an area where aliens recently lived, to explore and sell valuable artifacts. Roadside Picnic was one of two pilots orders given by Wgn in March, along with an adaptation of DC Comics’ Scalped.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

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Bethany Joy Lenz Joins American Gothic

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Bethany Joy Lenz is poised to bring some needed TLC to one of American Gothic‘s extremely troubled characters.

RelatedAmerican Gothic Creator Promises Whodunnit Merged With Gallows Humor, Artsy Easter Eggs

TVLine has confirmed that the One Tree Hill alum/recent Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. guest star will recur on CBS’ summertime whodunnit drama as April, a vibrant, insightful nurse at a rehab facility who develops a meaningful bond with one of the Hawthornes.

Hmm, is drug addict Cam (played by ShamelessJustin Chatwin) headed for a hard tumble off the wagon…? Perhaps prompted by the stress of keeping the deep, »


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Dead of Summer EPs Relate New Freeform Thriller to The Shining, Promise Plenty of '80s References

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On Freeform’s Dead of Summer, premiering Tuesday at 9/8c, the only number rising faster than the temperature is the body count.

That said, executive producer Ian Goldberg assures TVLine, “We’re not a slasher show. We’re not Friday the Thirteenth. So while there will be kills, we haven’t given ourselves the mandate that someone has to die in every episode.”

RelatedFreeform’s Baby Daddy Renewed for Season 6

The thriller, set at Camp Stillwater in the summer of 1989, follows a group of unsuspecting counselors as they slowly discover that their new place of employment — as well as »


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Baby Daddy Renewed for Season 6

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Freeform is giving Danny and Riley a little more time to work out their issues, renewing Baby Daddy for a sixth season.

RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard 2016: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?

“The lines between family and friends are so wonderfully crossed in Baby Daddy,” Karey Burke, Freeform’s executive vice president of programming and development, said in a statement Monday. “You can always count on the Wheeler clan for a big laugh along with heartfelt moments.”

TVLine recently spoke with showrunner Dan Berendsen, who revealed that Danny and Riley’s romantic situation »


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Comic-Con 2016: Riverdale and Powerless Premieres, Plus Flash, Arrow, Supergirl and More Fill Wbtv's Slate

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Warner Bros. TV has unveiled its Comic-Con 2016 slate, which will feature the world-premiere pilot screenings of NBC’s DC Comics comedy Powerless, The CW’s Archie-inspired Riverdale and film-to-tv reboot Frequency, as well as ABC’s Time After Time.

Among the series returning to the pop culture extravaganza are The 100, Arrow, The Big Bang Theory, Blindspot, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Gotham, iZombie, The Originals, Supergirl, Supernatural, and The Vampire Diaries.

RelatedComic-Con 2016: Prison Break, Bones, 24: Legacy, Scream Queens Among First Announced TV Panels

Check out Wbtv’s full lineup below*:

Wednesday, July 20

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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Once, Grey's, Walking Dead, Supernatural, Legends, Suits, Tvd, Blindspot and More

27 June 2016 9:26 AM, PDT

Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Will Once Upon a Time pick up right where they left off in the finale (like, is it the next day after Jekyll and Hyde come to town)? Or will there be a few weeks where the town is normal — the “calm before the storm,” so to speak? — Shannon

Ausiello: The answer is A) not the next day nor B) weeks later but C), Season 6 will open just moments after Hyde arrived in Storybrooke and ominously greeted Regina. »


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Ratings: $100,000 Pyramid Reboot Leads ABC to Easy Sunday Win

27 June 2016 8:38 AM, PDT

Its revival of $100,000 Pyramid paid big dividends for ABC on Sunday night, besting all broadcast-tv comers with 8 million total viewers and a 1.7 demo rating.

Bookending the Michael Strahan-hosted game show reboot, Celebrity Family Feud did 7.8 mil/15, while the Alec Baldwin-hosted Match Game premiered to 6.7 mil/1.5.

Over on CBS, Big Brother 18‘s Sunday premiere (5.4 mil/1.5) was down from both Wednesday (6.2 mil/1.9) and Thursday (5.7 mil/1.7), as well as its year-ago numbers (5.6 mil/1.8).

NBC’s coverage of the Olympics trials for diving did 3.6 mil and a 0.7, followed at 8 o’clock by swimming (4.4 mil/1.0) and then gymnastics’ P&G Championships (5.3 mil/1.4)

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Veep Ep Confirms Major Season 6 Reinvention: 'It's Uncharted Territory'

27 June 2016 8:21 AM, PDT

The following story contains spoilers about Veep‘s Season 5 finale, so proceed at your own risk.

If Sunday’s Veep season finale felt a little like a series finale, what with Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Selina Meyer entering civilian life after abdicating her Potus throne to Laura Montez, that was apparently by design. According to showrunner David Mandel, the acclaimed HBO drama is about to morph into a very different series.

RelatedGame of Thrones Big Finale Casualty Speaks, Calls Death ‘Inspired’

“One of the things I am really excited about is, much in the way Veep became the story of the »


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Match Game vs. $100,000 Pyramid: Which ABC Reboot Is Most Faithful?

27 June 2016 8:03 AM, PDT

With this Sunday’s simultaneous launch of $100,000 Pyramid and Match Game, ABC has upped its retro game show reboot roster to a full four shows, if one lumps in (Celebrity) Family Feud with the recently premiered To Tell the Truth.

RelatedSummer TV Schedule: 110+ Dates to Save in June and July

Celebrity Family Feud is now in its second season (and the “civilian” flavor has been in and out of syndicated TV), so there’s nothing much to discuss on that front — save for Kelli Pickler seemingly thinking the final round poses essay questions. To Tell the Truth meanwhile revived an oldie but goodie, »


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