Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Justified, “Get Drew,” written by Dave Andron and VJ Boyd and directed by Billy Gierhart, stop reading now. A familiar face returned and forced Boyd (Walton Goggins) and Ava (Joelle Carter) to make a decision they may regret after Shelby/Drew Thompson (Jim Beaver) went on the run with Ellen May (Abby Miller). They fell into the wrong hands, but Drew finally ended up with Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) — who now has to get him out of Harlan alive. As he’ll do throughout the season, showrunner Graham Yost takes us inside the writers’ room. READ FULL STORY »
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Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones is taking another shot at primetime. He’s set to costar with Better Off Ted‘s Andrea Anders in the ABC pilot Divorce: A Love Story, in which the pair play a recently divorced couple who were bad together but discover they’re even worse apart. READ FULL STORY »
Dallas‘ iconic theme song will sound a little different tonight as the TNT series says goodbye to J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) with a memorial and funeral. Watch the revised opening credits below, and make sure you have a tissue handy. Exec producers Cynthia Cidre and Michael R. Robin spoke to EW.com about honoring Hagman, the wonderful last image of him captured on film, and how they orchestrated J.R.’s final act. READ FULL STORY »
Deadliest Catch returns to Discovery for its ninth season on April 16 (Tuesdays, 9 p.m. ET), and as the exclusive tease premiered today at the network’s first-ever SXSW panel “Twitter for Tough Guys” shows, the theme is young vs. old. “When you’ve got guys that are hungry, that’s when things get nasty, that’s when the gloves are off,” Sig Hansen says in the tense clip below. “Especially when you’ve got experienced and inexperienced people playing in the same sandbox…. That’s when it’s a war.” READ FULL STORY »
SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t watched this week’s Justified episode “The Hatchet Tour,” written by Taylor Elmore and Leonard Chang and directed by Lesli Glatter, stop reading now. We learned Drew Thompson’s new identity as Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) took the long way around transporting Hunter (Brent Sexton), and Boyd (Walton Goggins) and Ava (Joelle Carter) discovered the truth about Ellen May. As he’ll do throughout the season, showrunner Graham Yost takes us inside the writers room. READ FULL STORY »
There is little rest for rose lovers. ABC has announced that the ninth season of The Bachelorette will premiere on May 20. The lucky single lady will be officially revealed on March 11, after the season finale of Bachelor Sean Lowe’s journey, during The Bachelor: After the Final Rose.
Should it be AshLee, whose heart was crushed when Sean said goodbye after she made his final three? Vote below. READ FULL STORY »
As the promo for Larry Hagman’s final episode on March 4 promises: “All his schemes, all his double-crossing, all his deceptions, lead to the moment you can’t miss — the end of J.R. Ewing.”
If you haven’t been watching the TNT reboot (Mondays at 9 p.m. ET), you can catch up with a marathon of season 2′s first six episode now on the show’s site and through the TNT mobile app. The March 4 episode will be added the day after it airs, as the marathon opportunity continues leading up to the March 11 episode, J.R.’s funeral, which will bring back more faces from the original series. “It will be funny and appropriate to J.R., but it will also be sad because his family loved him,” executive producer Cynthia Cidre told EW. “As do the fans.”
Watch the promo below. If you have been watching the new Dallas, odds are it’ll make you tear up. And possibly eat a sleeve of Girl Scout cookies with milk because a piece of your youth is gone. READ FULL STORY »
SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Justified, stop reading now. In addition to our regular weekly postmortem with showrunner Graham Yost, we’re having a freewheeling conversation with Raymond J. Barry, 73, whose character Arlo got in a serious prison skirmish with Hunter Mosley (Brent Sexton), who’d heard from Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) that Arlo was set to take a deal and reveal Drew Thompson’s identity. READ FULL STORY »
SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t watched this week’s Justified episode “Outlaw,” written by Benjamin Cavell and Keith Schreier and directed by John Dahl, stop reading now. We said goodbye to a major character as the search for Drew Thompson went to a new level. As he’ll do throughout the season, showrunner Graham Yost takes us inside the writers room. READ FULL STORY »
In honor of Argo‘s seven nominations at Sunday’s Oscars, Discovery has updated its 2002 special produced by Craig Piligian on Tony Mendez’s covert mission to help rescue six Americans during the Iranian hostage crisis and will air ARGO: Inside Story, now narrated by Argo star Bryan Cranston, on Saturday at 10 p.m. ET and Sunday at noon ET. Watch an exclusive clip below to see how a bottle of Scotch came in handy when Mendez was forging documents in the office of the Canadian Ambassador. Reenactment!
Nashville is back Feb. 27 with a new episode, and we’re not the only ones celebrating. Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) decides to throw Deacon (Charles Esten) a surprise birthday party, which, judging from the promo, does not go well. But on the upside, real stars show up to fete everyone’s favorite guitarist (sorry, Gunnar and Liam), including The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, Vince Gill, Pam Tillis, Kate York, and Kip Moore. Check out more exclusive photos below. READ FULL STORY »
'Suits' season 2 finale postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh talks that scene you just rewound (and what's next)
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Suits‘ season 2 finale, stop reading now. Creator Aaron Korsh talks key scenes below, including the one fans of Mike (Patrick J. Adams) and Rachel (Meghan Markle) will be talking about until the show returns this summer. READ FULL STORY »
Tonight’s Suits season 2 finale (USA, 10 p.m. ET) is simply titled “War,” and the battle gets ugly as Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Jessica (Gina Torres) seriously clash over her plan to merge the firm with Edward Darby’s (Game of Thrones‘ Conleth Hill). ”We’ve seen flashes of Jessica’s steeliness over the years,” creator Aaron Korsh says, “but we’ve never seen it against Harvey.” As they maneuver, Mike (Patrick J. Adams) unwillingly gets caught in the crossfire. “He doesn’t want to choose sides, but he’s going to be forced to,” Korsh says.
In last week’s episode, Louis (Rick Hoffman) lied to Rachel (Megan Markle) about the real reason she didn’t get into Harvard, blaming his past with Sheila (Rachael Harris) instead of her inability to compete to spare Rachel’s feelings. “That is gonna come back to haunt both Louis and Mike, and lead to a confrontation between Mike and Rachel that threatens to derail the progress they’ve made in the back six episodes,” Korsh says. READ FULL STORY »
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