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People's Choice 2017: The Best, Worst and Dwayne Johnson-iest Moments

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Ah, the People’s Choice Awards, aka “the one night a year where Hollywood reacts positively to what the rest of the country thinks,” as this year’s host, Joel McHale, noted at the top of Wednesday’s broadcast.

The annual awards ceremony, airing on CBS and hosted by The Great Outdoors star, asks fans to vote for their favorite TV shows, movies and musicians. The winners take home a shiny, crystal trophy. The losers… somehow never seem to show up for the evening. Funny how that always works out, eh?

RelatedPeople’s Choice Awards 2017 Winners: Sarah Jessica Parker, Grey »


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History's Six: Will You Join the Hunt?

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Already the home of ruthless Vikings, the History channel this Wednesday zeroed in on a different kind of warrior, with its action-drama Six. Will you continue along with their mission?

RelatedKevin Hart to Share Black Man’s Guide to Lesser-Known Heroes

In the series premiere, members of the titular Navy Seal Team are continuing their covert mission to hunt down and eliminate Muttaqi, a bin Laden-like Taliban leader in Afghanistan. Perhaps no one is more obsessed with their target than team leader Richard “Rip” Taggart (Justified‘s Walton Goggins) — so much so that when they come across a U. »


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People's Choice Awards 2017 Winners: Priyanka Chopra, Outlander and More

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Our country’s democratic process may be flawed, but when it comes to entertainment — specifically the People’s Choice Awards — never forget that the popular vote still matters.

RelatedPeople’s Choice Awards 2016: Dakota Fannings’ Dress Disaster and 8 More Wtf? Moments

Wednesday’s ceremony featured a mind-boggling 32 television-related categories, resulting in some truly phenomenal face-offs — Hilary Duff vs. Vera Farmiga? Sure, why not! — and more than a few surprise victories. Scroll down to see the full list of 2017 winners, which will be updated throughout the show:

Favorite TV Crime Drama Actress: Jennifer Lopez, Shades of Blue

Favorite Actor in a New TV Series: Matt LeBlanc, »


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Powerless EPs Talk Retooled Premise, Earth-p Setting and 'the Wayne of It All'

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Bruce Wayne isn’t the only superhero name that will grace NBC’s upcoming DC Comics comedy Powerless.

“We’re going to pull from the entire canon of the comics,” executive producer Patrick Schumacker said at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Wednesday. “We want to show as much of the breadth of the DC universe as possible. You’re going to see characters you’re familiar with if you are a big, hardcore comic book fan.”

VideosPowerless Teaser: Can Batman’s Cousin Protect Us Ordinary Folk?

In Powerless — debuting Thursday, Feb. 2 at 8:30/7:30c — Batman »


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Is Days of Our Lives Cancelled? NBC Boss Says: 'I Don't Think It's Over Yet'

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The reports of Days of Our Lives‘ cancellation may have been greatly exaggerated.

The long-running NBC daytime soap was rumored to be on the chopping block earlier this month after the network signed Fox News alum Megyn Kelly and offered her a daytime news program. But NBC entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt cautioned soap fans that the fate of Days hasn’t been settled yet.

“We don’t make a decision for another couple months,” Greenblatt told TVLine at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Wednesday. “But I don’t think it’s over yet.”

RelatedDays of Our Lives Star Joseph Mascolo, »


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Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky Scandal Eyed for Future American Crime Story

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The intern. The blue dress. The impeachment debate. If Ryan Murphy has his way, all will be fodder for an upcoming season of American Crime Story.

The executive producer and the entities that produce American Crime Story have optioned Jeffrey Toobin’s A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The 2012 nonfiction book examines how President Bill Clinton’s mid-1990s affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky became a national incident that led to the then-sitting president’s impeachment and acquittal.

RelatedLady Gaga Isn’t American Crime Story‘s Donatella Versace, »


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This Is Us Team Drops Hints About Jack's Funeral, More Twists to Come

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Your tear ducts won’t be getting a break anytime soon, This Is Us fans.

The cast and creator of NBC’s breakout hit drama offered a sneak peek of next week’s episode (Tuesday, 9/8c) at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Wednesday. In the clip, Kate (Chrissy Metz) goes to a drum-therapy class, which stirs up intense memories of a major family event we haven’t seen yet: her dad Jack’s funeral.

RelatedThis Is Us Recap: Second Time Around

Creator Dan Fogelman told reporters that “next week’s episode is a big episode. There »


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The Leftovers' Carrie Coon Teases Finale: 'They Chose the Right Ending'

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Another bad break awaits The Leftovers‘ long-suffering Nora Durst.

HBO on Wednesday dropped a fresh batch of photos from the drama’s upcoming third and final season, and one of them shows Carrie Coon‘s heroine sporting an arm cast while canoodling in bed with Justin Theroux’s Kevin. Who broke my beloved Nora’s wrist?! We’ll have to wait until the drama returns in April to get an answer, but feel free to speculate in the comments (after you’ve checked out the four other, equally confounding new images via the gallery to the right).

In the meantime, »


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This Is Us Renewed for Seasons 2 and 3

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This is… a significant pickup: NBC has renewed This Is Us for a second and third season, NBC announced Wednesday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. Each season will consist of 18 episodes.

Related 2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

The freshman family drama was an out-of-the-gate smash for the network, commercially and critically. Just days after premiering to 10.1 million total viewers and a 2.8 demo rating — the fall’s top-rated series launch — This Is Us received a full, 18-episode order for its freshman run. To date, it has averaged 9.6 million weekly viewers and a 2.6 rating, »


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Crazy Ex Sneak Peek: Rebecca Shares a Sexy Ballroom Number With Nathaniel

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Rebecca Bunch has finally done it: She’s landed the man of her dreams — her words, not ours — and accepted a marriage proposal from her longtime love Josh Chan. So… then why is she ballroom-dancing with her new boss Nathaniel while he sings about intercourse?

Like everything else on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, it’s complicated. In this exclusive sneak peek at Friday’s all-new episode (The CW, 9/8c), Rebecca finds herself stuck in an elevator — holy rom-com! — with Nathaniel, who decides it’s time to do something about the simmering sexual tension between them. The result: “Let’s Have Intercourse,” a »


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TVLine Items: Ugly Betty Reunion at Superstore, Jane's New Man and More

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Superstore is staging an Ugly Betty father-daughter reunion.

Tony Plana — who portrayed Betty’s pops Ignacio on the ABC dramedy — will now play dad to America Ferrera on her NBC comedy, the network confirms.

RelatedWill & Grace Returns: NBC Officially Orders 10-Episode Revival

Plana’s guest spot, which was first announced by Ferrera via Instagram, airs Thursday, March 16 at 8/7c.

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

* Jane the Virgin has cast Johnny Messner (The O.C.) as the confident and smarmy owner of the adults-only hotel next door to the Marbella, who shares a love/hate relationship with Petra, »


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Svu Boss Dick Wolf: Even I Don't Know When Trump Episode Will Air

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As Inauguration Day nears, Law & Order: Svu‘s take on Peotus Donald Trump is still Mia from NBC’s schedule, and not even the man behind the long-running procedural knows when the hour will see the light of day.

RelatedDonald Trump’s Super Bowl Q&A

“I don’t know when it’s going to air,” executive producer Dick Wolf admitted Wednesday during a Television Critics Association winter press tour panel for his upcoming drama Chicago Justice.

The Svu episode, which features Veep‘s Gary Cole as a Trump-like presidential candidate whose campaign is derailed when he’s accused of raping an underage girl, »


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Major Crimes Renewed for Season 6

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TNT’s Major Crimes has been renewed for a 13-episode Season 6, the cabler announced on Wednesday.

RelatedMajor Crimes Gets Winter Return Date, On a New Night

If the abbreviated order has you feeling a bit of deja vu, it’s because the procedural started Season 5 with the same, skimpy episode count, before eventually getting upsized to 21 total episodes.

Season-to-date, Major Crimes is averaging 3.7 million weekly viewers and a .45 demo rating, on par with its previous cycle (which aired a record 23 episodes).

Mary McDonnell, G.W. Bailey, Tony Denison, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Phillip P. Keene, Kearran Giovanni, Jonathan Del Arco »


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Star Trek: Discovery Gets Delayed Again by CBS, No Premiere Date Set

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Star Trek: Discovery is going to be stuck in the docking bay for a little longer.

The new Trek TV show won’t premiere in May as previously announced, EW.com reports. This is the second time the CBS All Access series has been delayed; it was originally slated to debut in February 2017, then got pushed back to May. Now the show doesn’t have a premiere date at all.

RelatedStar Trek: Discovery Casts True Blood‘s James Frain as Spock’s Father

Discovery‘s voyage to TV has been bumpy already: Original showrunner Bryan Fuller stepped down in October, »


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Star Trek: Discovery Casts True Blood's James Frain as Spock's Father

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Here’s a piece of casting that’s sure to prick up your ears: Star Trek: Discovery has tapped True Blood’s James Frain to play Spock’s father Sarek.

First introduced in the original Star Trek, Sarek has made a handful of appearances throughout the franchise over the last five decades.

At the Television Critics Association press tour in August, the CBS All Access series’ then-showrunner Bryan Fuller said the 13-episode first season would “bridge the gap between Enterprise and the original series” and would deal with an incident in Starfleet history “that had been talked about but never fully explored. »


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Will & Grace Returns: NBC Officially Orders 10-Episode Revival

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Somewhere Leslie Jordan is doing the “Told Ya So” dance.

After months of reports, rumors and innuendo, NBC is making it official: The network has ordered a 10-episode Will & Grace revival to air during the 2017-18 TV season. All four of the series’ Emmy-winning stars — Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally — will reprise their signature roles as Will, Grace, Jack and Karen, with series creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan on board as showrunners and exec producers. Additionally, TV legend James Burrows, who directed every episode of the sitcom during its initial eight-year run, will helm all 10 episodes. »


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Reign's Final Season: The Scheme Queens Unite in Chilling First Promo

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The ladies of Reign have a few things they’d like to get off their chests.

RelatedExclusive Reign Season 4 Intel: Meet Mary’s New Suitors, Among Other Key Players — Plus: Who’s Being Recast?

The CW on Wednesday released the first official promo for the period drama’s final season, which finds all three queens — Mary (Adelaide Kane), Catherine (Megan Follows) and Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) — confessing the many twisted sins that have gotten them where they are today.

There’s talk of “many lovers” and “terrible things” and “Satan’s power” … and that’s just from Catherine!

RelatedThe CW Renews The Flash, »


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John Oliver Crashes Game of Thrones' Season 7 Promo — Watch Video

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The razor-sharp satire is coming.

Ahead of Last Week Tonight With John Oliver‘s Season 4 premiere on Feb. 12, HBO has released a promo for… Game of Thrones?

RelatedGame of Thrones: Could Season 8 Consist of More Than 6 Episodes?

As the above clip starts off, the camera zooms in on the GoT‘s iconic throne as a haunting voiceover declares, “In 2017, HBO’s biggest Sunday night show returns… ” Cut to Oliver sheepishly slinking out from behind the spiky chair once it becomes clear that the omniscient Vo dude is referring to GoT and not Last Week Tonight.

Things get more awkward from there, »


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Ratings: S.H.I.E.L.D. Drops to New Lows

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LMDepressing.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. this Tuesday mustered barely 2 million total viewers along with a 0.6 demo rating, dropping 26 and 25 percent to new series lows.

RelatedAgents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap: Patriot’s Game

Opening ABC’s night, The Middle (6.6 mil/1.7) and American Housewife (5.4mil/1.5) matched last week’s pre-Obama address numbers. Fresh Off the Boat (3.9 mil/1.1) and The Real O’Neals (2.8 mil/0.8) meanwhile returned down 20 percent in the demo.

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Elsewhere in the land of ratings….

The CW | No Tomorrow wrapped its run with 600,000 total »


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The Wall Gets Bigger (by 20 Episodes)

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NBC is going to be dropping a bunch more green and red balls, having expanded Season 1 of The Wall by 20 episodes, for a total of 30.

RelatedJenna Dewan Tatum to Host NBC Competition World of Dance

After premiering earlier this month with two “Ok” Monday outings, The Wall grew in its regular Tuesday lead-off time slot, averaging about 7 million total viewers and a 1.7 demo rating. (And speaking to its international appeal, France’s TF1 has already commissioned its own version, ordering 40 episodes.)

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

“A big event, »


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