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A Look Back at NBC's Infamous Flop Emeril, From Co-Star Carrie Preston

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Hey, remember when celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse had his own NBC sitcom that got yanked off the air after a couple months? Well, Carrie Preston does… because she was in it.

A decade before she won an Emmy for The Good Wife, Preston played kooky (and blonde!) food stylist B.D. Benson on Emeril, which lasted just seven episodes in the fall of 2001. Starring Lagasse as (what else?) a TV chef, Emeril was created by Designing Women alum Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, with a supporting cast that included TV veteran Robert Urich and future The View co-host Sherri Shepherd. But critics were »


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Emmys 2017 Poll: Who Should Win for Supporting Actor in a Drama Series?

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A Prime Minister looks poised for a landslide victory on Emmy night… but can a dark-horse candidate edge him out for the trophy?

Four of this year’s seven nominees for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series come from freshman series, led by frontrunner John Lithgow, who adopted a British accent to play iconic Prime Minister Winston Churchill on Netflix’s The Crown. (Lithgow, by the way, has a whopping five Emmys on his mantel already, three from 3rd Rock From the Sun.) Other first-timers in the mix: Westworld‘s Jeffrey Wright (a winner in 2004 for Angels in America); Ron Cephas Jones, »


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Trump Supporters Insist 'Snowflake' Jimmy Kimmel Should Be Cancelled

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The tables have turned for the king of mean tweets.

Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday followed up on his plea to President Donald Trump’s supporters to jump ship and admit they made a mistake in wake of Tuesday’s white supremacists-defending press conference.

VideosFallon Joins Kimmel, Colbert, Meyers in Condemning Trump’s ‘Shameful’ Response to Charlottesville

“I had a message for those who voted for Donald Trump,” Kimmel began. “I explained that I understood why they did it, but encouraged those who feel deep down like they made a mistake to just admit it and move on — and I have to say, »


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Broadchurch Finale: Wobbly Rape Case Resolution Caps a Solid Final Season

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Broadchurch wrapped its third and final season this Wednesday on BBC America, a full four months after the series did so “across the pond.” Were you, the Stateside viewer, able to avoid spoilers for the Axehampton rape case resolution?

RelatedPerformer of the Week: Broadchurch‘s David Tennant

Leading up to and with its final hour, the UK drama dangled a few more red herrings before us — by identifying cab driver Clive’s DNA on the football sock, having Ed find and clumsily contaminate the blood-stained twine used to restrain Trish, detailing Jim’s dicking around on the very night of »


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Mr. Mercedes Recap: Let's Play.

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This week on At&T Audience Network’s Mr. Mercedes, the titular taunter reached out to his prey in an old school way, setting the stage for what portends to be a more continuous game of cat-and-mouse.

RelatedMr. Mercedes Premiere Poll: Are You Driven to Watch More of the Stephen King Adaptation?

Presumably the night after he found a “smiley face” tennis ball on his lawn, Bill drowned himself in drink and the loop of a new video, in which Mr. Mercedes “modified,” in a ghastly way, a personal YouTube of his “new mom” victim. While lost in that grim fugue state, »


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Shondaland's For the People Adds Leftovers' Jasmin Savoy Brown as Lead

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ABC’s For the People is bringing on a new co-counsel. Jasmin Savoy Brown (The Leftovers) has been added to the legal drama, filling in a lead role re-cast after the pilot, our sister site Deadline reports.

Brown will play Allison, roommate of Britt Robertson’s Sandra, in Shondaland’s midseason series. Lyndon Smith (Parenthood) played the part in the pilot.

In July, Robertson (Girlboss) replaced Britne Oldford as Sandra, a fiercely independent public defender who was driven to become a lawyer after her family suffered a grave injustice. Brown’s Allison is Sandra’s best friend from law school, »


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Code Black Ups Moon Bloodgood to Series Regular for Season 3

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Code Black‘s new cast member Moon Bloodgood must have made a good impression: She’s already been promoted to series-regular status for the upcoming Season 3, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Bloodgood signed on to join the CBS medical drama back in June in the recurring role of tough-as-nails L.A. paramedic Rox Valenzuela, who’ll be saving lives alongside ride-along partner Dr. Willis, played by Rob Lowe. (Lowe’s character shifts his focus to field medicine in Season 3, either by ambulance or helicopter.) Now Rox will be a full-fledged member of the cast, starting with Season 3’s fourth episode.

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TVLine Items: Steamy Good Behavior Trailer, Victoria Return Date and More

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Good Behavior is turning into sexy behavior in a new trailer for Season 2 of the TNT drama, which stars Michelle Dockery as thief/con artist Letty Raines.

VideosMajor Crimes Gets Season 6 Premiere Date at TNT: Watch New Trailer

“You know I kill people for a living,” Letty’s partner-in-crime Javier points out. “And I know you were an addict, a thief. Why aren’t we together?”

Judging from the passionate preview above, Javier won’t be wondering that for much longer.

Good Behavior returns Sunday, Oct. 15 at 10/9c on TNT.

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


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Game of Thrones: Jon's Men Fight the Undead in Chilling Episode 6 Photos

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He’s back. He’s blue. And he’s ready to put the King in the North in a deep freeze.

We’re talking, of course, about Game of Thrones‘ Night King, who will make an appearance in this Sunday’s episode (HBO, 9/8c). New photos released Wednesday show Jon Snow and his crew on a mission to capture a wight. From the network’s  preview (at the bottom of this post), it appears that things don’t go that well.

And while the shots from the episode don’t actually depict the Night King raining cold fury down upon »


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Saturday Night Live Season 43 Host Speculation: Gal Gadot? Tina Fey? Millie Bobby Brown? Hillary Clinton?!

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Hillary Clinton is gearing up for a promotional blitz in support of the Sept. 12 release of What Happened, her election-themed tell-all. Saturday Night Live — coming off of its most successful season ever — is surely on the prowl for a buzzy, politically-tinged host to kick off its new season in late September.

I invite you to do the math. Actually, I’ll do it for you: Hillary Clinton is going to appear in SNL‘s Season 43 premiere — either as the actual host or just a Very Special Guest Star. Mark my words. 

Alright, so I don’t have any actual intel »


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Lost Boss Carlton Cuse Returns to ABC to Develop New Series With Genre Slant

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As Shonda Rhimes exits ABC Studios, she’s likely to pass Carlton Cuse in the revolving door.

The onetime Lost co-showrunner has inked a four-year overall deal with ABC Studios to develop new projects for broadcast, cable and streaming, either on his own or collaborating with other writers.

RelatedABC Titan Shonda Rhimes’ Defection to Netflix: Your Burning Qs Answered

Since the end of Lost‘s largely heralded run, Cuse has shepherded such multi-season series as A&E’s recently-wrapped Bates Motel, USA Network’s Colony and FX’s The Strain (now in its final season), and most recently was under contract with A+E Studios. »


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Suits Spinoff Starring Gina Torres: New Details on Plot, Setting and Airdate

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Jessica Pearson’s future has become a whole lot clearer, as new details emerge regarding the Gina Torres-fronted Suits spinoff.

The USA Network drama’s Season 7 finale will double as a backdoor pilot for the potential spinoff, the basic cabler announced on Wednesday — and unlike Suits, it will not be a legal drama. Instead, the potential series will focus on Jessica’s new life in the world of Chicago politics. The official logline for the episode reads as follows:

The pivotal Season 7 finale will reunite Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman), Donna »


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Ratings: Bachelor in Paradise Drops in Night 2, as Agt Ties Season High

16 August 2017 8:31 AM, PDT

ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise on Tuesday night — where it apparently featured some sort of wedding…? — drew 3.9 million total viewers and a 1.1 demo rating, dropping 23 and 31 percent from Monday’s season opener.

Year over year, however, the reality series was steady.

Enjoying an actual lead-in for once (imagine!), the freshman drama Somewhere Between (1.7 mil/0.4) rose 18 and 33 percent.

RelatedFall TV 2017: Your Handy Calendar of 100+ Season and Series Premiere Dates

Over on NBC, America’s Got Talent (13.2 mil/2.8) ticked up a tenth in the demo to tie its season high. Hollywood Game Night: This Is Us Edition followed with 5.4 million »


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Inaugural Tribeca TV Festival to Debut New Gotham, Designated Survivor Episodes, Feature Will & Grace Cast

16 August 2017 8:14 AM, PDT

Tribeca Enterprises announced on Wednesday that to supplement its acclaimed annual film festival, this fall it would launch the Tribeca TV Festival, to run Sept. 22 through 24 at Cinepolis in New York City and feature numerous premieres and panel Q&As.

‎”Ten years ago we wouldn’t have needed a TV festival. Now, with the change in the TV landscape, both the quality and quantity of shows, it makes sense,” Tribeca co-founder Robert De Niro said in a statement. “As the Tribeca Film Festival has done, the Tribeca TV Festival will act as a curator in bringing people together for this emerging experience. »


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Salvation Sneak Peek: Grace and Darius Have a Very 'Close' Call in Russia

16 August 2017 7:46 AM, PDT

To Russia with… love?

Tonight in a new Salvation doubleheader (starting at 9/8c on CBS), an undercover op finds Grace and Darius getting under each other’s skin, as witnessed in the steamy sneak peek above.

RelatedRenewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled?

In the first hour, “Seeing Red,” Grace and Darius (played by Jennifer Finnigan and Santiago Cabrera) slip off to Russia — behind Harris’ back — in an attempt to stop a potential nuclear conflict (were it so easy). In the clip above, the disguised duo resort to that age-old tactic of obstructing their faces from prying eyes with an impetuous liplock, »


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Emmys 2017 Poll: Who Should Win for Lead Actress in a Drama Series?

16 August 2017 6:00 AM, PDT

Will a queen reign supreme at the 2017 Emmys? Or will a handmaid take home the big prize? (Blessed be the fruit, indeed.)

The Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series category has six worthy contenders in it this year, but two of them are garnering the lion’s share of the buzz: Claire Foy, for her Golden Globe-winning turn as Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix’s sumptuous period drama The Crown; and Elisabeth Moss, for her searing portrayal of defiant handmaid Offred in Hulu’s alt-history thriller The Handmaid’s Tale. (Moss has a long history with the Emmys: She »


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Trump 'Needs to Go,' Late-Night Hosts Agree in Wake of That Press Conference

16 August 2017 5:05 AM, PDT

“I haven’t screamed at my TV this much since McDreamy died,” Jimmy Kimmel said in response to President Donald Trump’s latest press conference on Tuesday, during which the Commander in Chief made “an angry and passionate defense of white supremacists.”

VideosFallon Joins Kimmel, Colbert, Meyers in Condemning Trump’s ‘Shameful’ Response to Charlottesville

“[Trump] opened his mouth and all manner of stupid came out,” the ABC host concluded after watching Potus go off-script and revert back to his “violence on many sides” argument in wake of a domestic terrorist attack in Charlottesville, Va. “And I’m not joking when »


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Game of Thrones Episode 6 Leaked Early... by HBO Itself (Oops!)

16 August 2017 4:39 AM, PDT

Game of Thrones has sprung another leak, with the penultimate Season 7 episode surfacing online five days ahead of its Aug. 20 broadcast.

On Tuesday night, HBO Nordic in Spain accidentally made Episode 6 available on-demand. Titled “Death Is the Enemy,” the episode was available to Spanish subscribers for one full hour — which was long enough for the episode to be ripped and shared online. (The Independent among others have confirmed the rips as legit and HD.)

The ep was then said to surface on Reddit, with links to watch via YouTube, Instagram and Twitch, all of which have since been removed. The »


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Animal Kingdom's Shawn Hatosy Breaks Down Pope's 'Last Stand'

15 August 2017 7:00 PM, PDT

Warning: There are so many spoilers from Tuesday’s Animal Kingdom in the following interview, it ought to be illegal.

Tuesday’s Animal Kingdom thrill ride was full of turning points: Baz got Smurf busted, J reunited with Nicky, and Marco made Craig and Deran accomplices to a kidnapping that revealed a heretofore-unseen ruthless side of Lucy. But no twists hit harder than Pope’s discovery that his mother had had him murder Catherine for no reason — she hadn’t been ratting out the Codys to the cops — and his subsequent confession to/rejection by girlfriend Amy. Here, Shawn Hatosy, »


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Jon Seda Talks His Chicago P.D. Return, Previews Antonio's 'Tough Challenge'

15 August 2017 3:50 PM, PDT

When Jon Seda‘s Antonio Dawson returns to his Chicago P.D. stomping grounds this fall after a one-season stint on the cancelled spinoff Chicago Justice, he’ll be greeted by a very different Intelligence unit.

Not only have there been several cast shakeups within the ranks, but “reform” is also in the air, Seda tells TVLine in the following Q&A. Meanwhile, back at the homestead, Antonio is faced with a “tough challenge” that’s complicated by his old/new job.

Below, Seda also previews the state of Antonio’s love life, addresses the exit of co-star Sophia Bush (Erin »


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