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Nashville Recap: Two Dads, No Waiting

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The best moments in Nashville always happen when Juliette lets her inner trailer park out to play. And this week, when she drops a huge reveal on Avery, it’s double-wide city, all the way.

I’m not saying that texting your ex, “I’m pregnant. It’s yours” isn’t the classiest way to drop some life-changing news… no, actually, I am saying that. Only Juliette “pink macaroni” Barnes would dither for weeks about whether or not to tell her baby daddy about their forthcoming spawn, then do it out of spite in that manner. I’m shocked she didn’t use emoji. »


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American Horror Story: Freak Show Recap: Truth or Scare

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In this week’s kickoff of American Horror Story: Freak Show’s Halloween two-parter, most of the superstitious carnies refused to perform on October 31, for fear that doing so would conjure up Edward Mordrake (Wes Bentley), a two-faced bogeyman who, based on his description, you’d think would fit right in.

At the same time, a potentially even more terrifying situation was developing: With the arrival of faux fortuneteller Maggie Esmeralda (Emma Roberts), Dot suddenly had competition for Jimmy’s attention.

Here’s your rundown of all the treats (and tricks) that the episode held in store…

She’S Got »


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CBS Trims CSI's Season 15 Order

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CSI‘s current season will fall a tad short.

TVLine has learned exclusively that CBS has trimmed the venerable procedural’s Season 15 episode order from 22 to 18.

I’m told the decision was more about inventory than ratings. In addition to spin-off CSI: Cyber, which is slated to assume CSI‘s Sunday-at-10 perch later this season, CBS also has Vince Gilligan’s Battle Creek and a seventh season of The Mentalist waiting in the wings.

CSI’s move to Sundays at 10/9c has produced decent results: Although the show is down double-digits from its Season 14 average (when it aired Wednesdays at »


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The 100 Post Mortem: Cast Talks Surprise Returns, Jaha's Discovery

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New enemies, new mysteries, new drama — Wednesday’s season premiere of The 100 essentially introduced viewers to a whole new world, one with new battle lines already being drawn.

Related The 100 Cast Previews ‘Dark Turns’ in Season 2

Let’s get one very important thing out of the way first: Everyone is alive. Literally everyone. Finn, Bellamy, Raven, Jaha — everyone who ended Season 1 on Death’s door is still with us as of the premiere, though they’ve all definitely seen better days.

Below, we break down the craziest twists from Wednesday’s episodes, then offer insight from the cast »


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Arrow Recap: Tea and Zero Sympathy

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The women of Arrow were in a punchy mood this Wednesday, as we saw the lengths to which Malcolm went “temper” his daughter and Laurel got a bit overzealous in doing right by dead Sara’s leather jacket.

As Oliver and Roy (and Diggle, there on A.R.G.U.S.-related business) ventured to the South American island of Corto Maltese to track down Thea aka “Mia,” in flashback we witnessed how that season-ending father/daughter limo conversation went down, with Thea anxious to never “feel this pain again… to hurt or be hurt ever again.”

To that end, »

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Pilot News: Fox Revives Frankenstein

11 hours ago

Frankenstein has come alive at Fox.

The network has ordered a pilot for a modern-day sci-fi drama inspired by the Mary Shelley classic, Deadline reports.

Exec produced by Homeland‘s Howard Gordon and CrisisRand Ravich, Frankenstein centers on Adam Tremble, a morally corrupt FBI agent who is given a second chance at life when he is brought back from the dead. Now younger and stronger, Tremble will have to choose between his old temptations and his new sense of purpose — all while navigating the complicated relationship with his “creators” (an antisocial internet billionaire and his bio-engineer twin sister).

Thoughts? »


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Port Charles' Marie Wilson Joins Days as a Woman From [Spoiler]'s Past

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It looks like a certain Days of Our Lives hunk will be the recipient of a big ol’ trick this Halloween.

Port Charles and As the World Turns alumna Marie Wilson has boarded the NBC sudser in the role of Bree, an old acquaintance of Hope’s who also turns out to be someone from Aiden’s dark past.

Related The Young & the Restless Taps Sally Kellerman for Mystery Role

The mysterious storyline kicks off Friday, Oct. 31, when Wilson makes her Days debut.

In addition to her runs as PC‘s Karen and Atwt‘s Meg, Wilson’s credits include the web series The Bay, »


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Grimm's David Giuntoli on Whether a Normal Nick Can Leave the Fractured Fairy Tales Behind

13 hours ago

Grimm‘s Nick begins Season 4 much the way he ended Season 3: powerless, clueless and with a seriously cheesed-off girlfriend.

Oh, and did we mention the dead body ruining the hardwood floor in his foyer?

“The ground has been pulled out from underneath his feet,” star David Giuntoli says, referring to the way Adalind stripped his character of his evil-fighting abilities in the previous season’s finale. “It’s all about identity. Who am I now? What am I? How has this changed my life?”

The ripped-from-the-fairytales drama begins to answer those questions in its premiere (NBC, Friday at 10/9c »


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Bewitched Update: NBC Pilot Will Follow Samantha's Granddaughter

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Exactly one week after news broke that a Bewitched remake was in the works from Sony Pictures TV, NBC has given the comedy a pilot production commitment, our sister site Deadline reports.

Related TVLine Items: The It Crowd Gets U.S. Remake

But rather than retell Samantha Stephens’ story, NBC’s new pilot — penned by The Vow‘s Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein — will focus on Daphne, Samantha’s granddaughter, a single twentysomething who discovers her quest for true love can’t be solved with magic (though that won’t stop her from trying).

Lisa Hartman played Samantha’s grown »


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Damages Alum Joins We tv Thriller South of Hell Opposite Mena Suvari

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Damages grad Zachary Booth is headed South of Hell.

The actor, who endured hell on Earth as Patty Hewes’ son on the late, great FX/DirecTV drama, is joining We tv’s eight-episode supernatural thriller opposite Mena Suvari, TVLine has learned exclusively.

South of Hell, which is set in South Carolina, centers on Suvari’s Maria Abascal, a skilled and fearless demon-hunter-for-hire. Like those that she hunts, Maria is divided within herself, struggling with her own internal demon named Abigail. Maria and Abigail share a soul and a destiny, but as Maria desperately tries to overtake Abigail, she will discover »


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MasterChef Junior Preview Video: 'No Wonder These Kids Curse Brilliantly'

16 hours ago

Bring on the tiny potatoes!

Nope, we’re not collecting ingredients for a roasted fingerlings recipe, but rather expressing our excitement for Season 2 of MasterChef Junior, premiering Tuesday, Nov. 4 (8/7c on Fox).

In the following exclusive preview video, judge Gordon Ramsay weighs in on the impressive talent level of the show’s 8-to-13-year-old contestants and marvels that many of ‘em have been watching his reality-cooking programming since they were toddlers. Perhaps that might explain the occasional bout of blue language among these young’uns?

Press Play below for the full preview, then share your own thoughts on MasterChef Junior in the comments! »


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Mentalist Alum Amanda Righetti Joins Carlton Cuse Drama Pilot Colony

16 hours ago

From Red John to little green men?

The Mentalist‘s Amanda Righetti has been cast in Carlton Cuse’s alien-invasion drama pilot Colony, our sister site Deadline reports.

Righetti will play Madeline, younger sister of Katie (played by The Walking Dead‘s Sarah Wayne Callies) and mom of a diabetic child who needs insulin. From the character breakdown, it seems like Madeline will do whatever is necessary to take care of her family.

Josh Holloway (Lost) will lead the project, which is set in Los Angeles after aliens occupy the city.

The part is Righetti’s first regular role since »


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Bates Motel Casts a Mad Man as Romero's [Spoiler]

16 hours ago

Just what Bates Motel needs — another madman.

A&E’s serial thriller is adding Mad Men‘s Kevin Rahm to the Season 3 cast in a recurring role, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Rahm will play Bob Paris, the wealthy, self-involved and gregarious owner of an elite hunting club who grew up with Romero. The pair now have a strained relationship, but they keep their mutual dislike under wraps. (Bates Ep Kerry Ehrin first teased Bob’s arrival at Comic-Con; see video below.)

The former Desperate Housewives co-star is Bates Motel‘s third major Season 3 hire, following the casting of Revolution‘s »


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Supernatural May Introduce Retooled Spin-Off Over Multiple Episodes

17 hours ago

If The CW takes another stab at a Supernatural spin-off, the new characters may appear in more than one episode of the long-running drama.

While last season’s attempt at an offshoot, Supernatural: Bloodlines, introduced its cast and plot during the course of one hour, showrunner Jeremy Carver tells TVLine that one of his takeaways from the backdoor pilot — which didn’t ultimately go to series — is to spend more time establishing the ensemble.

“I think maybe one lesson would be to take a couple episodes to introduce some of your new characters to the fandom so the fandom could »


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The Goldbergs Sneak Peek: Beverly Meets Erica's Surprising 'Mom' Friend

17 hours ago

Beverly is in for a rude awakening at the mall on tonight’s The Goldbergs (ABC, 8:30/7:30c.)

In TVLine’s exclusive video, Bev runs into daughter Erica during a shopping excursion and proceeds to embarrass her with a sweater that has to be seen to be believed.

But it’s mama Goldberg’s feelings that get hurt when she discovers Erica is hanging with her friends — along with cool mom Louise (Suburgatory’s Gillian Vigman).

Not only does Louise get her nails done with the girls, but she’s also sporting a Cheap Trick shirt, so you know she’s really awesome. »


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TVLine Items: Cold Justice and Shark Tank Spin-Offs, Face Off Twist & More

17 hours ago

TNT is hot for Cold Justice. The network has ordered a 10-episode spin-off of the real-life crime drama, which will focus on sex-related crimes, rather than homicides.

Related Chris Vance Delivers Transporter to TNT: ‘He’s Good With Girls, Drives Well, Too’

The untitled spin-off will follow former Harris County, Texas, prosecutors Casey Garrett and Alicia O’Neill as they travel to small towns across the United States “to help local law enforcement close cases that have sat dormant for years.”

TNT is planning to launch the new series in Spring 2015.

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


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Steve Coogan to Headline Showtime's Happyish Pilot; Dramedy Originally Starred Philip Seymour Hoffman

18 hours ago

British thesp/screenwriter Steve Coogan has been tapped to succeed the late Philip Seymour Hoffman as the star of Showtime’s Happyish.

Happyish had been ordered to series in January of this year, weeks before Hoffman’s passing. With Coogan now in place, it reverts to the pilot stage.

Coogan will play Thom Payne, a middle-aged man whose world is thrown into disarray when his 25-year-old “wunderkind” boss arrives full of “social” and “viral” ideas. Is Thom in need of a “rebranding” for the new generation? Is pursuing happiness is a fool’s errand? Or, at his age, is “happyish” the best one can expect? »


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First Photos: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Adrianne Palicki in Mockingbird Suit

18 hours ago

On the heels of her crowd-pleasing debut as Agent Barbara “Bobbi” Morse, ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has released the first photos of new team member Adrianne Palicki in full-on Mockingbird mode.

The Friday Night Lights alum adopts the Marvel-ous attire (and loses Bobbi’s brunette undercover op locks) in the Oct. 28 episode, “A Fractured House,” in which the world turns against S.H.I.E.L.D. (even more?) when Hydra impersonates them to attack the United Nations.

What do you think of the ABC series’ update of Mockingbird’s attire? Flip through the slideshow below to see Bobbi in action, »


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Gotham Scoop: Morena Baccarin Checks In as Mythic Batman Figure

19 hours ago

The doctor is in, and she’s hot for Detective Gordon!

Homeland‘s Morena Baccarin is joining Gotham in the iconic DC Comics role of Dr. Leslie Thompkins, TVLine has learned.

Thompkins is a gifted and dedicated physician who was a friend of the late Thomas and Martha Wayne. She is determined to use her skills to aid Gotham’s most in need, which currently means working at the newly opened Arkham Asylum’s Home for the Criminally Insane.

In addition to her medical skills, her coolness under pressure will serve her well as she finds herself drawn to Ben McKenzie »


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Ratings: World Series and S.H.I.E.L.D. Hit Lows, Selfie and NCIS: No Rise

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ABC’s Selfie was looking good (all things being relative) this Tuesday, rising 12 percent and a tenth to draw 3.8 million total viewers and a 1.1 demo rating (per finals) opposite the World Series.

Manhattan Love Story, however, felt little love, sliding 7 and 22 percent to 2.7 mil/0.7.

Agents of Shield (4.4 mil/1.6) slipped 6 percent and a tenth, hitting an all-time demo low (yet earning an “A” grade from TVLine readers), while Forever (5 mil/1.2) ticked up a tenth.

Elsewhere, opposite professional baseball’s “autumnal classic”….

CBS | NCIS (17.1 mil/2.4) dropped a handful of eyeballs and a tenth in the demo, while NCIS: New Orleans (16.1 mil/2.4) rose »


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