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CBS' Supergirl Casting Jimmy Olsen, Cat Grant and Others

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On the heels of sharing details about the casting for Supergirl‘s titular heroine and her foster sister, TVLine now has the scoop on four other series-regular roles to be filled on the drama, which already has a series commitment from CBS.

Cat Grant | The project is eyeing females in their 40s, open ethnicity, to play the founder of CatCo, a media conglomerate that Cat built from the ground up. Kara (Supergirl’s mild-mannered alter ego) will work as a personal assistant to Cat, who is described as “J.Lo by way of Anna Wintour.”

James Olsen | In his late 20s/early 30s, »


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Constantine's Matt Ryan Talks Meeting Zed, Losing His Clothes and Reuniting the Newcastle Crew

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At 4:30 on Thursday morning, a short time before the sun begins to peek over the horizon, Constantine lead Matt Ryan wraps his last scene of the day and goes home to rest.

Just a few hours later, he’s on the phone with TVLine. Doing press on minimal shut-eye isn’t fighting fiery hellbeasts, but it can’t be the most fun he’s ever had, either.

“I’ve just woken up,” the actor says good-naturedly, his Welsh accented voice sounding a little rougher than usual during a chat about his new NBC drama. “I’ve put my eggs on the stove, »


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Once Upon a Time Sneak Peek: Will Belle Betray Rumplestiltskin?

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The honeymoon period is over, folks.

As seen in our exclusive sneak peek from this Sunday’s Once Upon a Time (ABC, 8/7c), Belle has need to confront the Snow Queen, but she’s not about to storm the icy lair alone.

Rather, she wants her powerful husband to come with — but will she go so far as to compel (or “compel,” seeing as she’s unwittingly brandishing a bogus dagger) the Dark One to do her bidding?

Elsewhere in the episode, in flashbacks Belle travels to Arendelle and, with Anna’s help, seeks out Grand Pabbie to help her »


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The Colbert Report's End Date Revealed

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Mark your calendars, America: The final installment of Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report will air on Dec. 18, 2014.

Related Stephen Colbert to Succeed David Letterman at The Late Show — 5 Burning Questions Answered

Host Stephen Colbert made the big announcement himself during Thursday’s episode. He’ll begin his duties as new host of CBS’ The Late Show sometime in 2015.

“Twenty-four hours before the show ends, I’ll probably be a wreck,” Colbert told TVLine in August. “But right now, I’m just really enjoying doing the show as much as I ever have.”

So, Colbert Nation, will you follow your fearless leader over to CBS? »


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How to Get Away With Murder Recap: A Hot, Hot Piece of Asher

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One minute, somebody’s leaving your high-five hanging; five weeks later, that same somebody’s got all 10 fingers (and then some) collating your legal briefs (so to speak).

Welcome to the crazy, killer world of How to Get Away With Murder, where not only do husbands’ penises wind up on dead girls’ phones, but where every paid member of Annalise Keating’s legal team seemingly gets his or her bonus checks in carnal currency. (Ok, so Annalise herself hasn’t bedded any of the “Keating 5″ just yet — but she sure looked open to the possibility while plunking herself down on »


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Parenthood Recap: Growing Pains

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If Thursday’s episode of Parenthood was the first time you’d ever seen the NBC drama — well, as a side note, what have you been doing all this time? — your opinion of Amber Holt would likely be that she’s one of the most mature members of a family that’s single-handedly keeping Kleenex in business.

But for those of us who’ve been watching since the beginning — hell, even if you only tuned in last season and saw Amber foolishly rush into an engagement — you were likely blown away by the leaps and bounds by which she has grown in recent months. »


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Elementary Season 3 Premiere Recap: All By Herself

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You don’t have to be Sherlock to figure out that Season 3 of Elementary is going to be a bit different.

Thursday’s season premiere made that pretty clear when it took nearly 13 minutes (sans ads) for Holmes to even appear — and in a creepy helmet, no less. Instead, the opener took its time establishing Joan’s new way of life, picking up six months after the events of Season 2. She’s got an amazing apartment, there’s a meet-cute with her neighbor’s brother (played by Smash’s Raza Jaffrey) involving a lizard and she’s successfully working as a P. »


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Scandal Recap: Lethal Weapons

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This Thursday on ABC’s Scandal, Olivia unleashed her fixing skills on two fronts — both on behalf of accused murderers — while Mellie learned an invaluable history lesson from an unlikely teacher.

Ronald Reagan never sat in the Scandal-verse’s White House, we learned this week. Rather, the 40th Potus was named Cooper, and he has died of a stroke as the episode opens. We (and Fitz, nursing his bruised knuckles) get this news from Mellie, who’s back to looking like her usual self as she readies to plan the funeral and meet Coop’s Mrs., named Bitsy. Olivia »


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The McCarthys: Will You Play Ball With CBS' New Comedy?

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Much in the way that Friday Night Lights isn’t just a show about football, CBS’ The McCarthys isn’t just a show about basketball. It’s also a show about crazy people.

Related Exclusive: CBS’ The McCarthys Drafts Rick Fox

Thursday’s series premiere introduced viewers to the titular family, a six-piece ensemble of basketball-obsessed lunatics — save for gay son Ronny (the impossibly likable Tyler Ritter), who couldn’t shoot a basket to save his life. Even though he does in the premiere. Twice.

Feeling stifled by his overbearing family, Ronny decides to accept a new job and move »


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The Vampire Diaries Recap: Homecomings (and Goings)

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And then there were two.

Thursday’s Vampire Diaries booked a one-way ticket home for a lucky resident of Kai’s Personal Hell — but what’s a long-distance trip without a little turbulence?

Related Vampire Diaries Newcomer Talks Jo’s Dark Past, Bright Future With Alaric

Allow me to back up a bit: After attempting to shake off Kai — or, rather, turn him into a “douche kebab” via the aid of a pickaxe — Bonnie and Damon busted out the Ascendant and prepared for lift-off. Unfortunately, Kai’s like the herpes of Tvd enemies, so he returned with a vengeance. A brief scuffle ensued, »


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The Good Wife First Look: Alicia and Peter, K-i-s-s-i-n-g?

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When last we saw The Good Wife‘s Alicia and Peter Florrick, they were engaged in a scathing, no-holds-barred argument in a service hallway of a Chicago hotel. (Ok, yes, the Illinois governor eventually caved in and showed up at his wife’s campaign kickoff for State’s Attorney, but it wasn’t exactly the Portrait of a Blissful Political Marriage.)

In the following first-look images from the show’s Nov. 16 episode (9/8c on CBS), however, temperatures look decidedly warmer — at least while the cameras are rolling, anyway. There’s laughter, a smooch and… a campaign manager (Steven Pasquale) to keep things running smoothly. »


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Gracepoint Sneak Peek: Jack's Secret Past Washes Ashore

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The plot thickens — and leads to a deeply uncomfortable interrogation — on tonight’s installment of the murder-mystery event series Gracepoint (9/8c on Fox).

As you’ll see in the exclusive preview below, Detectives Carver and Miller get tipped off to an ugly incident from the pre-Gracepoint days of kayak-rental guy Jack Reinhold (Nick Nolte), a secret that’s all the more troubling considering his work with local youths in tracking the habits of local marine life.

Jack, however, is indignant when confronted with his past. “I pity you,” he sighs at Carver, “seeing depravity in perfectly normal behavior.”

Press Play for the full scene, »


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True Detective Adds Abigail Spencer, Michael Irby and Others for Season 2

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With three of its four leads in place (and the fourth said to be near a deal), HBO’s True Detective has moved on to casting some heavily recurring roles for Season 2.

As previously reported, Vince Vaughn (Wedding Crashers) will play Frank Semyon, a career criminal struggling to move into legitimate enterprise, and Colin Farrell (Alexander) will play Ray Velcoro, a police detective with torn allegiances. Taylor Kitsch (Friday Night Lights) is said to be playing a detective, while Rachel McAdams is rumored to be circling the fourth and final lead role, as another detective.

In addition, all said to be near deals, »


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The Divide Cancelled by We tv

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The verdict is in: We tv’s The Divide — the network’s first original scripted series — will not be getting a second season.

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

Created by Richard Lagravenese and Scandal‘s Tony GoldwynThe Divide explored the complexities of the American justice system from the perspectives of its various participants. Among the stars were Marin Ireland (Homeland), Chris Bauer (True Blood) and Nia Long (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air).

The drama wrapped its eight-episode first season on Aug. 27.

TVLine’s Cable Renewal Scorecard has been updated. »


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New Girl Pics: Jess Juggles Two Guys, Gets Schooled by Lisa Bonet

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If attending an education conference means winding up in the arms of New Girl‘s Julian Morris… have we ever mentioned how much we love learning?

Jess experiences one of those close encounters with Morris’ Ryan in an upcoming episode of the Fox comedy, and TVLine has your exclusive first look at that moment — and much more.

The gallery below features shots from the episodes airing Nov. 11 and 18. First up is “Goldmine,” a half-hour that finds Nick pretending to be gay so Jess’ new guy (played by Michael Stahl-DavidCloverfield) is less weirded out by his presence at the loft. »


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Red Band Society Casts Hustle Alum Adrian Lester (to Woo Nurse Jackson?)

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Is Red Band Society‘s Nurse Jackson (Octavia Spencer) about to find an outlet for her job stress?

Adrian Lester (Hustle, Girlfriends) has been cast in the recurring role of Dr. Lawrence Naday, “a disheveled, world-renowned international neurologist with unconventional methods,” TVLine has learned exclusively.

Dr. Naday will wind up “making a big impression on the entire hospital staff, but most notably on Nurse Jackson.”

Spencer recently told TVLine that Episode 7 of Fox’s freshman medical drama will feature “a big reveal” about her character. We’ll learn more about what was behind Nurse Kenji’s comment that Jackson had »


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Game of Thrones Cast Re-Ups for Seventh (and Final?) Season

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The night may be dark and full of terrors… but a future in which Game of Thrones goes on without your favorites isn’t one of them.

HBO has locked down all of the series’ principal actors — including Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Lena Headey — for a potential seventh season,  per The Hollywood Reporter. 

Thrones‘ main actors had been signed through six seasons of the sweeping fantasy drama. The recent renegotiation provides an option for Season 7, which hasn’t yet been greenlit but is about as certain as Drogon flambéing anything in his path.

Season 7 also is likely to be the drama’s swan song, »


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TVLine Items: The Sons Storm Conan, Devious Maid Visits Virgin and More

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The Sons of Anarchy are making a pit stop on their final ride.

Series creator Kurt Sutter and the show’s cast — including Charlie Hunnam, Tommy Flanagan, Jimmy Smits, Drea de Matteo andMark Boone Junior — will visit Conan on Nov. 11.

The reunion marks the FX ensemble’s first-ever joint late-night appearance.

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

* Hulu has given a 10-episode straight-to-series order to Casual, a half-hour comedy produced by Jason Reitman (Up in the Air, Juno), who will also direct the pilot. It follows a bachelor brother and his newly divorced sister as they coach »


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Resurrection Sneak Peek: What's Bellamy's Age Again...?

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The bad news just keeps on coming for Resurrection‘s Agent Bellamy, and from the looks of this sneak peek at Sunday’s episode (ABC, 9/8c), another bomb is about to drop.

In the exclusive clip above, Bellamy confronts his icy government contact Angela, who’s been keeping a vital piece of information from him: He first died in 1934. So, there’s that. And when Angela fails to sympathize with her employee, Bellamy kinda loses it. (Who can blame him?)

Press Play on the video above to see Bellamy’s reaction, then hit the comments with your thoughts!

Related storiesRevenge »

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Major Crimes Casts Tuc Watkins in Season-Ending Arc... as Stroh's Savior?

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A onetime Desperate husband may hold the fate of a desperate Phillip Stroh in his hands.

On the heels of the news that Revolution‘s Billy Burke will be guest-starring on TNT’s Major Crimes as The Closer‘s insidious Phillip Stroh, TVLine can report that Tuc Watkins will also appear in the season-ending two-parter, in a perhaps pivotal capacity.

Related Major Crimes Casts Raydor’s Daughter, for Christmas Family Reunion

When Stroh resurfaces in Season 3’s final two episodes (airing Jan. 12 and 19), the serial rapist/murderer is now acting as his own attorney and as such angles for a new deal. »


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