Laurel may be suiting up in a new Black Canary costume, but Arrow fans be warned: The novice is far from being a hero.
CBS has announced a motley lineup of comedians (and John Mayer) to guest host The Late Late Show in the interim period between Craig Ferguson’s departure and James Corden’s takeover. READ FULL STORY
Tinkerbell may still need claps to survive, but she’s going digital for NBC’s Peter Pan Live! “We’ve been doing research on the best presentation for Tinkerbell,” executive producer Neil Meron told EW earlier this month, “and I don’t think we can do a flashing light in a table lamp.” READ FULL STORY
SPARKLY SPOILERS AHEAD: The name that was etched into the Mirror Ball Trophy from the first dance this season didn’t have to be hastily magic marker-ed over by DWTS producers. The judges, contestants, and fans all agreed though, that this race between Alfonso Ribeiro, Sadie Robertson, and Janel Parrish became one of the tightest in the history of the show, and the finale freestyle dances (10s all around!) proved it. Luckily, that means a deserving star-turned-dance-machine has taken the crown; and the brand new owner of the trophy that launched a thousand rhinestones is… READ FULL STORY
The comment section is a scary, scary (and, sometimes, rather funny) place—and now E! is going there with Comments Section. READ FULL STORY
Oscar winners Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon could be coming to TV.
Galavant will ride into Sunday nights in the New Year—or is that Sunday knights? ABC has released a poster for the new musical series, which will fill the gap during Once Upon a Time’s winter hiatus.
A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what is? According to Syfy, it’s a bazillion dollars.
Even before the debut of The Flash, diehard fans had a pretty good idea about the show’s future uber villain. During Barry Allen’s (Grant Gustin) initial introduction on Arrow last season, the forensic scientist shared the tale of witnessing his mother being murdered by a blurry figure, a clear nod to DC Comics villain Professor Zoom, otherwise known as the Reverse Flash.
What’s more, when the spin-off began filling out its cast, Rick Cosnett was tapped to play Eddie Thawne, seemingly a play on the name Eobard Thawne, the alter-ego of Professor Zoom. If the producers hadn’t quite hit the nail on the head, the upcoming Dec. 9 episode is titled “The Man in the Yellow Suit.” In other words, we’ll finally see the Reverse Flash in the flesh, not just as a blur from Barry’s memory or a flash of yellow light threatening Joe (Jesse L. Martin) to drop the case or suffer the consequences.
“We’re building towards a confrontation between Barry and the Reverse Flash,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg tells EW.
Under the pressure of her taboo romance with her colleague, Jess (Zooey Deschanel) is literally coming undone.
When Ryan (Julian Morris) turns up at the loftmates’ holiday singles party, Jess tries to set a few ground rules to keep their relationship buttoned-up. Unfortunately, her sultry-in-scarlet velvet dress has different intentions.
Let’s just say “Mr. G” has had an eyeful by the time Jess finishes telling him all the unexpected ways that she is totally not acting on her attraction to him. READ FULL STORY
Shameless star Justin Chatwin and True Blood alum James Frain have joined the cast of Orphan Black.
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