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Here's your reminder to watch 'Enlisted' tonight -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

There’s no shortage of critics rooting for Fox’s new military-set workplace comedy Enlisted to succeed — it makes Entertainment Weekly‘s Must List in the issue on stands today — and tonight’s installment is another funny one: Youngest brother Randy (Parker Young) learns he’s not the master marksman he thought he was and middle child Derrick (Chris Lowell) has to coach him. Fans of Toy Story 3 will get a special kick out of the episode. Meanwhile, older brother Pete (Geoff Stults) and his rival (Angelique Cabral) face off in various, increasingly ridiculous challenges to determine who is the better soldier (and wink at fans already shipping them).

Watch a clip below that sets it all in motion.


'Downton Abbey' star Lesley Nicol to guest on 'Raising Hope' -- EXCLUSIVE

If you’ve always enjoyed Mrs. Patmore’s comedic timing on Downton Abbey, you’ll like this news: Lesley Nicol is set to guest on an upcoming episode of Raising Hope. She’ll play Eleanor, Nana’s (Tippi Hedren) former maid, who comes back after major surgery to fulfill her contract. The episode, #419, will air later this spring.

Raising Hope airs Fridays at 9 p.m. on Fox.

'Justified' postmortem: EP Graham Yost dissects 'The Kids Aren't All Right'

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Justified, “The Kids Aren’t All Right” (written by Dave Andron and directed by Bill Johnson), stop reading now. As he’ll do throughout the season, executive producer Graham Yost takes us inside the writers room. READ FULL STORY

'Being Human' stars Sam Witwer and Meaghan Rath tease season 4

Being Human returns Monday night (9 p.m. ET on Syfy) for its fourth season, and with it, the kind of strange set conversations Meaghan Rath, who plays ghost Sally, and Sam Witwer, who’s vampire Aidan, have come to expect: “Interesting conversations come from nudity scenes,” Rath says. “It’s always like, ‘Cover your nipples with this hand, and then dip your other hand in the blood.’” “‘But then also with the blood,’” Witwer continues, “just caress his face and make it look natural.’”

Asking them for Season 4 teases might be easier: Rath says the theme is, “Everything happens for a reason.” We’ll find out why Aidan, Sally, and werewolves Josh (Sam Huntington) and Nora (Kristen Hager) were meant to find one another and why they’re stronger together.  While new fans can jump in, Witwer says there’s also a payoff for longtime viewers. “There are things that happened in season 1 that we don’t really get around to explaining until season 4, which is really fun. That’s a fun thing to do to reward the audience like that. And there’s a whole plotline heavily involving Sally that if you’re a fan of season 1, you’re gonna love the hell out of it.”  READ FULL STORY

'Sleepy Hollow': Tom Mison and Orlando Jones tease the spooky 'Vessel'

After a month hiatus, Sleepy Hollow returns Monday night (Fox, 9 p.m. ET) with an episode that star Tom Mison promises will be a scary one. “It’s a constantly tense one,” he says. “I like that the show does simmer, and then there are a few moments that jump out at you.” The hour explores more of Jenny Mills’ (Lyndie Greenwood) past, Mison teases, “and the fact that she was once possessed — who wasn’t.” As the clip below reveals, Sheriff Corbin (Clancy Brown) helped Jenny through the possession, which had an effect on her relationship with her sister, Abbie (Nicole Beharie). As for Ichabod, “As is so often the case,” Mison teases, “he suddenly remembers something from the 18th century that eludes to demonic possession, so he struts off with Abbie running along in tow to find a way of dealing with present-day demonic possession.” Though Mison tried to keep who is possessed now a secret, the show’s promos have already let that cat out of the bag. The demon wants Washington’s Bible and will use Macy (Amandla Stenberg), the daughter of Capt. Irving (Orlando Jones), as a bargaining chip. “I was trying to keep it mysterious and exciting, but yes, alright, fine,” he says, with a laugh. He also reveals that Abbie’s ex, Luke (Nicholas Gonzalez), is a part of the story: “He is also affected by demonic possession. Basically, the theme of tonight is demonic possession,” Mison quips.  READ FULL STORY

Andy Samberg wins Best Actor in a TV Comedy at Golden Globes

After returning from his honeymoon, Andy Samberg has something else to celebrate: The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star won his first Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Comedy. The win was unexpected, even to him. He had no speech prepared, so he did the usual “thank you”s in his own way. The best moment: When he used air quotes to thank “my team.” He quickly added, “I really do love and respect them.”

Bryan Cranston finally wins Best Actor in a TV Drama at Golden Globes

Bryan Cranston finally won his first Golden Globe after his fourth consecutive nomination for playing Walter White on AMC’s Breaking Bad, which also picked up its first Globe for Best Drama. Cranston, who was also once nominated for Malcolm in the Middle, said his win was a lovely way to say goodbye to the show that meant so much to him. And, he noted, now everyone in the world will be able to share in Breaking Bad‘s “mirth and merriment.”

Cranston has won three Emmys for Breaking Bad, which aired its series finale last September.

'Sleepy Hollow': Jenny is going to freak. you. out. -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP


Wake up, Sleepyheads! The wait for a new episode of Fox’s Sleepy Hollow is almost over! The show is back Jan. 13 with “The Vessel,” which sets things in motion for the two-hour Jan. 20 season 1 finale. “This episode will bring a lot of things together,” Orlando Jones promises of the return. “And the best part is, everybody’s wrong: Nobody knows where it’s going. And it’s right in front of you. And you missed it. It’s literally there, and you’re all guessing wrong. I love it.”

Here’s what we can safely say after watching the exclusive clip below: The part of the Jan. 13 episode synopsis that says “a frightening chapter of Jenny’s past is revealed” does not lie. Someone hold Abbie us. (We nominate Ichabod.)


'American Horror Story': Watch Stevie Nicks make a memorable entrance -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Stevie Nicks guest stars as  herself on the Jan. 8 episode of American Horror Story: Coven, appropriately titled, “The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks,” and no one is more excited about that than Misty Day (Lily Rabe).  See the two come face-to-face below.

Tune in to Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM 105) at 12:45 p.m. ET on Jan. 8 to hear Nicks chat about the turn with EW’s Tim Stack. READ FULL STORY

'Justified' season 5 premiere postmortem: EP Graham Yost dissects 'A Murder of Crowes'

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t seen Justified‘s season 5 premiere, “A Murder of Crowes,” stop reading now. As he’ll do throughout the season, executive producer Graham Yost — who cowrote the episode, directed by Michael Dinner, with EP Fred Golan — takes us inside the writers room. READ FULL STORY

'Justified' cast previews season 5: More Crowes, violence, and laughs

If you’re trying to encapsulate what makes Justified FX’s coolest drama, a good place to start is the fact that Timothy Olyphant’s character, Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, often seems as entertained by the bad guys as we are. “It’s always fun to bring in new characters that are so wonderfully specific and full of contradictions and humor — scary and yet so funny,” Olyphant says. “I love when you have characters that seem reprehensible, and at the same time you just love spending time with them.” Season 5, which premieres Jan. 7 at 10 p.m. ET, is overflowing with them. Here, Olyphant, Damon Herriman (Dewey Crowe), Walton Goggins (Boyd Crowder), Joelle Carter (Ava Crowder), and executive producer Graham Yost tease what lies ahead.

For even more, read our extended interviews with Goggins and Michael Rapaport, who plays the season’s Big Bad, Darryl Crowe Jr. As Olyphant says, “People are going to be blown away by him. I think we have to track him down because he stole the season.”

'The Bachelor': Chris Harrison talks Juan Pablo's firsts

Spoiler alert! With Juan Pablo’s season of The Bachelor officially under way, we grilled host Chris Harrison for a few teases of what’s to come. Here’s what we got out of him:

• Every season has a first, so what’s Juan Pablo’s? A hint: “It’s more to do with Juan Pablo and the fact that he is not a drama guy,” Harrison says. You’ll see already in episode 2, when some of the girls start partying, he’s like, ‘That’s not me. If you’re here for that, you need to go away.’ He doesn’t like the drama, and when drama’s thrown in his face, he kinda pushes back, and he kinda has a little bit of attitude about it. That can even turn some of the girls off. You see from the first episode, with Sharleen — that’s the first time we’ve had a first impression rose almost turned down. She thought, I’m not really feeling thunder underneath my feet, and I’m not really seein’ fireworks — I thought there’d be more. So we kinda lift the veil a little bit that there’s more to a guy than abs and a cute accent. There better be more depth. These women deserve that. This is a really strong group, and so they’re as demanding as he is.” READ FULL STORY

'The Good Wife' co-creator Robert King explains the inspiration for Marilyn's baby daddy


Spoiler alert! The Jan. 5 episode of The Good Wife revealed the “Peter” who’d fathered the child Marilyn (Melissa George) is carrying. We asked co-creator Robert King to explain how that man turned out to be… Peter Bogdanovich. His emailed answer doesn’t disappoint.

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