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The Wiz Live Video: Dorothy and Friends Ease on Down... to The Voice?!

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It’s the dream of pretty much every hopeful who shows up for The Voice blind auditions: Getting a four-chair turn that moves at least one coach to tears.

But in the case of Dorothy Gale (Shanice Williams) from NBC’s upcoming The Wiz Live (Thursday, 8/7c) the fulfillment of said dream comes with a minor complication.

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As you’ll see in the exclusive video below, the cryer in question turns out to be the Tin Man (Ne-Yo)… and well, salty water + rustable materials aren’t necessarily the best combination.

Press Play for Dorothy’s full “audition, »

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TVLine Items: Days Brings Jack Back, Transparent Arrives Early and More

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Jack Deveraux will soon be returning to Days of Our Lives, and something tells us he’ll take the stairs this time.

Matthew Ashford — who played Jack from 1989 to 2012 — will reprise his role on the soap opera for a five-episode arc, TVInsider reports.

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The character is believed to be dead, after he sacrificed himself for his daughter via elevator crash, but no word yet on whether Jack will be resurrected or merely make an appearance from beyond the grave.

Ashford begins filming this week, with his »

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Walking Dead Boss Talks Carol-Morgan Fallout and His 'Bizarre' First Encounter With Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Negan

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Negan. Is. Coming.

Sunday’s Walking Dead‘s midseason finale — and subsequent winter premiere sneak peek — set the stage for Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s arrival as the dreaded villain. Below, showrunner Scott M. Gimple answers burning questions about last night’s big cliffhangers — namely, where the hell do Carol and Morgan go from here?! — and previews what’s to come, beginning with the Feb. 14 return through to Negan’s long-awaited debut.

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Tvline | I didn’t realize how much I liked Deanna until you killed her off.

It sometimes goes that way. »

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CBS Sets Dates for Criminal Minds Spinoff, New Wednesday Sitcom Block

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CBS has released its midseason schedule for the 2015-16 TV season, and it includes the Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders spinoff, a Wednesday comedy block featuring Max, Caroline, Mike and Molly, and fresh Undercover subterfuge.

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Undercover Boss will kick off Season 7 with three successive Sunday outings (airing Dec. 20, Dec. 27 and Jan. 3), before moving back to its Fridays-at-8 perch on Jan. 8. It will hang there until the new edition of The Amazing Race gets running on Feb. 12.

Mike & Molly will open Season 7 on Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 8:30 pm, where it will form a new comedy block with 2 Broke Girls. »

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Arrow Ep Greg Berlanti Teases 'Biggest Emotional Story We've Ever Done,' 'Real Challenges' for Oliver/Felicity

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Triple-check your DVRs now, Arrow fans, because one of the CW series’ most resonant moments will be unfolding this week, as part of the annual crossover event with The Flash.

VideosArrow/Flash Crossover Promo: Vandal Savage Invades Star City, Hawkgirl Takes Flight & More Superhero Sights

In this year’s two-night crossover event, titled “Legends of Today” and “Legends of Yesterday,” time-hopping baddie Vandal Savage (played by Casper Crump) sets his sights on Central City barista Kendra Saunders (aka Hawkgirl), whom Barry quick-quick-quickly hides away in pal Oliver Queen’s own hometown. As a result, much of the opening hour, »

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The Fosters Renewed for Season 4

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Stef and Lena’s ever-expanding brood can remain comfortable at Chez Foster for at least another year.

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ABC Family — soon to be Freeform — announced on Monday that The Fosters has been renewed for a fourth season. The groundbreaking drama, now halfway through Season 3, returns with new episodes on Jan. 25 at 9/8c.

TVLine’s Cable Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect The Fosters‘ renewal.

Your hopes for Season 4? Drop ’em in a comment below.

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Family Matters Stars Reunite in New Lifetime Christmas Movie — See Photo

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It’s a rare condition, this day and age, to read any news about the cast of Family Matters reuniting — so let’s all thank Lifetime for making that rarity a reality.

VideosHome Improvement Reunion: Watch Tim Allen and Patricia Richardson Clash on Last Man Standing

Reginald VelJohnson and Jo Marie Payton, who played Carl and Harriette Winslow on the ABC/CBS sitcom from 1989 to 1998, will once again share the small screen in The Flight Before Christmas, premiering Saturday at 8/7c.

PhotosFuller House: New Photos Reveal the Tanner Home’s Updated Look

Sure, the movie technically stars Mayim Bialik »

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Chicago Fire Sneak Peek: Boden Warns a Tardy Chili — But Why Was She Late?

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On Tuesday’s Chicago Fire (NBC, 10/9c), Chili will learn that you do not want to be on the receiving end of Chief Boden’s loud voice.

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When the paramedic doesn’t show up on time for work — as you’ll see in TVLine’s exclusive video — her boss warns, “That’s strike one!”

Chili offers up only a half-hearted explanation for her tardiness, which means there must be some secret drama going on in her life, right? Or did a night of fun with new boy toy »

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Degrassi Remixes Classic Theme Song for Next Class Opening Credits

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Attention, longtime Degrassi viewers: Prepare to have a lot of thoughts.

VideosDegrassi: Next Class Trailer: Who’s Hooking Up — and Who’s Dying?

Along with the teen drama’s move to Netflix in January comes a brand-new opening credit sequence, which puts an energetic spin on the series’ iconic theme song. Degrassi: Next Class‘ 30-second, social media-themed intro, which popped up on YouTube on Monday, also offers a quick look at the who’s who of Degrassi Community School.

Though this new version is arguably less epic than the one used in Degrassi‘s early days — back when it was »

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Ratings: Once Slips to Series Lows

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ABC’s Once Upon a Time returned from its AMAs break to 4.3 million total viewers and a 1.3 demo rating, down 12 and 19 percent from its Nov. 15 double pump to mark new series lows.

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Leading out of that, Blood & Oil (3.2 mil/0.9) was up a tenth from its last fresh outing, while Quantico (4.1 mil/1.2) ticked down to match series lows.

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Elsewhere in the ratings….

CBS | Madam Secretary (9.5 mil/1.2) ticked up a tenth. The Good Wife (7.3 mil/0.9) was steady in teh demo while slipping to its smallest audience ever. »

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Doctor Who Video: Peter Jackson Hints at Directing (With Help From Twelve)

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Should we be bracing for Lord of the Doctors: Fellowship of the Tardis?

Oscar winner Peter Jackson received a “visit” from Peter Capaldi‘s Doctor Who in a video posted to Facebook Sunday night, which toyed with the idea of the Lord of the Rings director manning the camera for an episode of the beloved sci-fi series.

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Our best guess? If showrunner Steven Moffat agrees to polish Jackson’s Academy Awards for the foreseeable future, he’ll be free to fly to England for a four-to-six month shoot.

Watch The Doctor’s abrupt visit above, »

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Shadowhunters: New Trailer Reveals Clary's Demon-Hunting Destiny

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Shadowhunters‘ Clary Fray has a new mantra to live by: “Kill the demons, protect the humans.” Sounds simple enough, right?

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ABC Family on Sunday released a new trailer for the upcoming supernatural drama (Jan. 12, 9/8c) based on Cassandra Clare’s best-selling Mortal Instruments books, and it looks like our half-angel heroine will need a little convincing before she’s ready to take on her new opponents.

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Fortunately, Clary — who discovers on her 18th birthday that she’s a human-angel hybrid destined to »

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American Idol Final Season Promo: Kanye West Crashes the Auditions

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Now, we’re not saying Kanye West is a gold digger… but how else would you explain him agreeing to “audition” for American Idol?

RelatedAmerican Idol‘s Season 15 Poster Takes Us Back… Way Back

I’mma let the presidential hopeful finish, but first we should tell you that he appears for only a brief moment in this latest farewell season promo, alongside a montage of prior “all-stars” including William Hung and Sanjaya Malakar.

Watch Yeezy’s arrival above, then let us know: Does the rapper’s appearance make you any more or less excited for Season 15?

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Supergirl Picked Up for Full Season

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Supergirl will remain airborne through (at least) Spring 2016.

CBS on Monday ordered an additional seven episodes of Greg Berlanti’s super-fun DC drama, bringing its Season 1 total to 20 episodes. Although that’s technically two episodes shy of a traditional full-season order, CBS is calling it a “full season” pickup.

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Supergirl premiered in October with 13 million viewers and a 3.1 rating, tying NBC’s Blindspot as this fall’s biggest freshman launch. The show’s numbers have since fallen to Earth, with its most recent episode drawing a series-low 7.2 million/1.5 rating. »

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Quantico Recap: Trapped Pupil

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Let’s hope you’ve recovered from your turkey-induced tryptophan coma, because this week’s Quantico requires all of your wits (and a stuffing-sized serving of suspension of disbelief) to keep abreast of what goes down.

Alex is tortured without having one hair on her pretty head touched. Shelby and Caleb are publicly a couple (can you guess in which timeline?). Liam spends a lot of time at the bottom of a bottle. Charlie is still missing. And Simon has a burger with someone who knows way too much about serial killers.

And that’s only about a quarter of the insanity. »

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Once Upon a Time Recap: Dread Pirate — Hook's Very Dark Plan Is Revealed

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For all the loopiness of last episode’s Double Dark Ones (Extra Dark Ones?) twist, this Sunday’s Once Upon a Time mined the fallout — as well as the Camelot events leading up to the latest curse — for some choice confrontations.

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In Camelot…. | We saw “Rumple” tempt newly Dark Hook with the chance to “finally do what you never could do before — kill me, of course.” To do that back in Storybrooke, a Dark Curse would be required, and “Rumple” has a heart-crushing loophole in mind. But then newly Dark Emma shows up, only to »

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The Walking Dead Fall Finale Recap: Tower of Terror

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Since last week’s episode of The Walking Dead left us with questions, lots of questions — Would Ron shoot Carl? Would Carol learn Morgan’s secret? Would the collapsed tower turn Alexandria into an all-you-can-eat buffet for the walkers? — we expected answers, lots of answers, from the fall finale. But how many did we actually get? Read on and find out!

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It’S Go Time | As “Start to Finish” began, Sam was holed up in his room, listening to “Tiptoe Through the Tulips” and coloring a »

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Did Homeland Just Kill Off [Spoiler]?!

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TV’s bait-and-switch death craze is officially out of control!

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In Sunday’s Homeland, the Plötzensee prison terrorists exposed Quinn to a lethal dose of Sarin gas in what was an apparent test run for a bigger, far deadlier chemical weapons attack in Berlin. The side effects didn’t take long to kick in. Within seconds of the nerve agent’s release, Quinn began convulsing and drooling before collapsing to the floor to, presumably, do more convulsing and drooling. (Luckily, the episode ended just as things were getting pillow-in-front-of-the-face graphic.)

But, unlike those recent the »

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