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The Blacklist Season 2 Premiere Recap: Good Morning, Lord Baltimore

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If there’s one thing The Blacklist has taught us, it’s that Ray Reddington demands all eyes on him at all times.

But during the NBC drama’s Season 2 premiere, it wasn’t the criminal mastermind at the center of everyone’s attention. Instead, Monday’s jam-packed hour belonged to two very important (and very different) women.

Before we get your thoughts on the sophomore premiere, let’s review the finer points of “Lord Baltimore”:

Related  The Blacklist‘s James Spader on Season 2: ‘Nothing Is as Simple as It Appears’

The Art Of War | We find Red »

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Under the Dome Season 2 Finale Recap: Heeeere's Jimmy!

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The following recap, by the very definition of the word “recap,” contains spoilers from Under the Dome‘s Season 2 finale.

CBS’ Under the Dome, as Season 2 drew to a close, kinda sorta evoked Stephen King’s The Shining — and in doing so, the summertime drama took its first major step into channeling some of Mr. King’s horror themes.

The finale also teased (barely) what any possible third season would look like.

Related | Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled?

Having been left with the crater into which Melanie got sucked, the gang’s consensus is to explore the hole, »

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Dallas Finale Recap: Fall in the Family

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Operation: Save the Ewings went off (relatively) without a hitch on Monday’s two-hour Dallas season finale, but as we all know, victory tends to be short-lived at Southfork.

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As promised, the finale claimed the life of a Ewing family member, though not the one most fans predicted. In the episode’s final moments, a car explosion — possibly a marketing ploy for TNT’s new “boom” slogan — burnt poor Christopher to a crisp. A Crisp-topher, if you will.

Of course, his death wasn’t »

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Forever: Does ABC's Immortal Drama Have Staying Power?

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Every time he dies, Forever‘s Dr. Henry Morgan comes back to life. But will you come back for more of ABC’s newest drama?

Before you answer, a brief recap:

We meet Henry (Ringer‘s Ioan Gruffudd) as he’s chatting up a pretty Russian woman on a New York City subway. But just as they’re making plans to hang out, the car jumps the track and crashes, killing nearly everyone on board — including the good doctor.

Related Fall TV Spectacular: Exclusive Scoop and Photos on 42 Returning Favorites!

Turns out, this is nothing new for Henry, who first »

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The Voice Season 7 Premiere Recap: Do You Si What They Si? [Updated]

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I’m too lazy to Google it, but I’m pretty sure Jim Carrey had movie maybe 10 years ago where his character said “yes” to everything, all the time, immediately.

Somehow, that same madcap spirit seems to have infiltrated Season 7 of The Voice — where Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and newcomers Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani were slapping their buttons and turning their chairs not just from the opening three notes, but in some instances from the first pre-performance throat-clearance.

Related American Idol Judges on Season 14: J.Lo Wants Less Cruelty, Adam Lambert Seeks Artistry, Harry Flinches at ‘Geek’ Label

Seriously, »

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Scorpion: Is the CBS Procedural a Stroke of Genius?

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There isn’t a single problem that Scorpion‘s Walter O’Brien can’t solve. Well, if you don’t count the whole “unable to process emotions” thing.

On the CBS procedural, which debuted Monday, Walter (Body of Proof’s Elyes Gabel) is one of the five smartest people in the world, and he’s surrounded himself with other highly intelligent outcasts who are just scraping by in the real world: Sylvester Dodd, a mind-bogglingly fast mathematician; Toby Curtis, a Harvard-trained behaviorist; and Happy Quinn, an engineering whiz (who also has an affinity for punching people in the mouth).

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Sleepy Hollow Premiere Recap: Better Together

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Where the devil is Yolanda when you need her?

That’s one of the questions likely swirling in Ichabod Crane’s head during Sleepy Hollow‘s Season 2 premiere, which has its way with us for a while before finally coughing up the sweet, sweet resolution we’ve been longing for since January.

We’ve got a lot of ground to cover, so saddle up your red-eyed steed and prepare to review “War Is Hell.”

Related | Fall TV Spectacular: Exclusive Scoop and Photos on 42 of Your Returning Favorites, Including Sleepy Hollow

How Old Are You Now? | The action begins with a horizontal shot of Ichabod, »

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The Big Bang Theory Premiere Recap: The Comeback Kid

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The Big Bang Theory kicked off its eighth season with two back-to-back episodes, the first of which answered the burning question, “Where the heck did Sheldon go?!”

The action picks up 45 days into Sheldon’s “railroad journey of healing,” and all is not well. Robbed of all his personal belongings and dignity, a panicked, unhinged, tighty-whitied Sheldon is seen begging strangers at an Arizona train depot for help. He seeks refuge at a nearby police precinct, where he phones Leonard and asks for a lift home. Leonard reluctantly does the right thing and invites Amy — who’s understandably pissed that »

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Marvel's Agent Carter Recruits Boardwalk Empire Vet as Male Lead

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With Boardwalk Empire wrapping its run, Shea Whigham has lined up his next gig: monitoring Marvel’s Agent Carter.

The actor has nabbed the male lead opposite Hayley Atwell in the midseason ABC series, playing the tough but fair-minded Ssr Chief Roger Dooley, our sister site Deadline reports.

Related Fall TV Spectacular: Exclusive Scoop and Photos on 42 Returning Favorites

The character will oversee agents Carter, Thompson (played by One Tree Hill’s Chad Michael Murray) and Sousa (Dollhouse‘s Enver Gjokaj).

In Marvel Universe S.H.I.E.L.D. canon, Dooley is a Level 4 officer who usurped Dum Dum »

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Fox's Gotham: Will You Tune In Again, Same Bat-Time, Same Bat-Channel?

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Fox premiered its super-buzzy new Gotham drama this Monday night — it is the hero series that TV deserves, or the one it needs right now?

Related Fall TV Spoilerpalooza: Exclusive Scoop and Photos From 42 Returning Favorites

The pilot opens with a young Selina Kyle laying witness to the alleyway murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne, right in front of their bereft son Bruce. (See how their sprawled bodies formed bat wings?) We then cut to the Gotham City Pd, where grizzled detective Harvey Bullock’s new partner, war hero Jim Gordon, subdues a gun-waving perp. Harvey and Jim get called to the double-murder scene, »

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E!'s Fashion Police: Celebrating Joan Delivers Record Ratings

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E!’s tribute to late comic Joan Rivers, Fashion Police: Celebrating Joan, drew 1.1 million viewers on Friday night, more than double the year-ago time period average (or up 127%), our sister site Deadline reports.

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The 90-minute special, which looked back at host Rivers’ time on the weekly celebrity-style roundup, followed an all-day marathon of old Fashion Police episodes and gave the network its most-watched and highest-rated Friday in more than two years.

Fashion Police will continue without Rivers in 2015, starting with Golden Globes coverage on Monday, Jan. 12, E! announced last week. »

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Reign DVD Video: Adelaide Kane Examines Mary's Journey to the Throne

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With Reign‘s second season premiere just weeks away, Mary will find herself with more power and responsibility than ever before — but she wasn’t always the iron-fisted leader we know her as today.

Related Reign Season 2 Photos: Francis and Lola Reunite, But [Spoiler] Isn’t Safe

TVLine has an exclusive clip from a feature on Reign‘s Season 1 DVD — on sale Sept. 23 — documenting “The Making of a Queen,” in which executive producer Laurie McCarthy and star Adelaide Kane explain how they brought the historical icon to life.

“I did a bunch of research just to get a vague sense of »

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Friends Pilot Revisited 20 Years Later: The Hair! The Clothes! The Mistake?

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Friends fans, remember when Monica and Chandler were merely pals? And Phoebe had never been pregnant? And Ross only had one failed marriage under his belt?

Related Friends‘ Gunther Speaks Out 20 Years Later: ‘Ross Doesn’t Deserve Rachel’

TVLine remembers, and on this most momentous of occasions — the NBC sitcom premiered exactly 20 years ago today — we’re looking back on the episode where it all began, appropriately titled “The One Where It All Began.”

So join us as we mock Joey’s ’90s style, reflect on the beginnings of Ross and Rachel and, of course, point out one major continuity error. »

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NBC's Peter Pan Live! Casts Broadway Actress Taylor Louderman as Wendy

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Peter Pan, here comes your woman.

NBC on Monday announced that Broadway actress Taylor Louderman has joined the cast of Peter Pan Live! as Wendy Darling.

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A relatively new name, Louderman recently starred as Campbell in Bring It On: The Musical.

Louderman joins previously announced stars Allison Williams (Girls) as Peter Pan, Christopher Walken as Captain Hook, Christian Borle (Smash) as Mr. Darling/Smee and Broadway’s Kelli O’Hara as Mrs. Darling.

Peter Pan Live! raises its curtains live Dec. 4 on NBC.

Your thoughts on Louderman’s casting? »

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NCIS' Sean Murray Previews 'Classic' Season 12, McGee/Gibbs Bonding

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Coming off of what showrunner Gary Glasberg has called a “tumultuous” Season 11 — during which two casting changes took place, the seeds were planted for a New Orleans spin-off and the passing of Ralph Waite was written in — CBS’ NCIS is back in “classic” form, Sean Murray tells TVLine.

The Season 12 opener (airing Tuesday at 8/7c) thrusts Murray’s McGee into a Russian hot zone with boss man Gibbs (played by Mark Harmon), paving the way for the introduction of a new adversary. Here, Murray previews all that and more.

Related Fall TV Spoilerpalooza: Exclusive Scoop on 42 Returning Favorites, Including NCIS »

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The Mysteries of Laura Sneak Peek: 'Captain Booty' Lays Down the Law

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After an impressive first outing last week, The Mysteries of Laura moves to its regular time slot Wednesday (NBC, 8/7c) — and thanks to co-star Josh Lucas, it’s bringing along a whole trunk full of junk.

Related Mysteries of Laura Ep on Debra Messing Cop Comedy: ‘We Push the Envelope’

TVLine has an exclusive first look at Episode 2, in which Debra Messing’s Laura Diamond comes face to butt with a new office dilemma: Her soon-to-be-ex-husband, while insufferable and undependable, is also a total babe and everybody loves him.

(But here’s the real question: Will all those cronuts go »

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TVLine Items: South Park Tackles the NFL, Sheen Eyes Men Return and More

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South Park‘s kicks off its 18th season this Wednesday (Comedy Central, 10/9c) — and it’s going head to head with an NFL giant.

Related Hulu Acquires Entire South Park Library

Comedy Central over the weekend released the first video from the long-running animated series’ premiere, which finds notorious nogoodnik Eric Cartman mincing words with Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington Redskins.

It seems South Park‘s resident hell raiser is taking advantage of the NFL team not being able to trademark its own name by launching a little company of his own.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? »

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Murder, He Wrote: Meet the Man Behind Shondaland's Latest Wild Ride

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You may have recently heard: How to Get Away With Murder – the third prong in ABC’s new “#Tgit” triple play from the Shondaland production house — was not created by Shonda Rhimes.

Rather, Murder is the brainchild of Shondaland vet Pete Nowalk, a non-angry white man who has penned scripts and produced for both Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal. As such, the freshman drama — premiering Thursday at 10/9c, after the Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal season openers — marks the shingle’s first non-Shonda creation to score a time slot since Jenna Bans’ Off the Map.

Photos Fall TV’s Breakout »

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Ratings: Madam Secretary Samples Well, Good Wife Premiere Dips

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Pending inevitable adjustments due to its even-later-than-expected start, CBS’ Madam Secretary premiered on Sunday night to 14.2 million total viewers and a 1.9 demo rating — improving upon The Amazing Race‘s year-ago audience by 65 percent, yet down a tenth in the demo from the reality vet.

TVLine readers gave the series premiere an average grade of “B+.” Update: CBS will encore Madam Secretary this Saturday at 8/7c.

Leading out of that — at a few minutes past 10 pm for Eastern/Central time zones — The Good Wife‘s great season opener (average grade “A-“) retained 10 mil and a 1.3, up in eyeballs but down two tenths from its previous premiere, »

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USA Network's Legal Comedy Benched Gets Premiere Date — Watch First Clip

16 hours ago

Think you‘ve got a case of the Mondays? Just wait until you watch this first look at USA Network’s new comedy Benched, premiering Oct. 28 at 10:30/9:30c.

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Happy EndingsEliza Coupe stars as Nina Whitley, a corporate lawyer who loses everything — her shot at making partner, her sanity, etc. — and is forced to seek employment at the Public Defender’s office. (Gross, right?)

Benched also stars Jay Harrington (Better Off Ted), Oscar Nunez (The Office), Maria Bamford (Adventure Time), Jolene Purdy »

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