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Larry Wilmore's first 'Nightly Show' promo is so very nightly

Larry Wilmore is looking to bring the night back to late night—even if the rest of his staff actually has to get their work done.


'AHS: Freak Show': Who's the latest freak to die? [Spoiler] talks the major twist -- exclusive

[SPOILER ALERT: This post discusses plot details of the Jan. 7 episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show.]

It wasn’t such a Happy New Year for a lot of the freaks on American Horror Story. Jimmy (Evan Peters) discovered that Stanley (Denis O’Hare) had sold his hands. Elsa (Jessica) found out the sad fate of Ma Petite. But the fella who had the worst batch of luck was definitely Michael Chiklis’ Dell: the strongman was shot dead by Elsa after he confessed to Ma Petite’s murder. EW talked exclusively to Chiklis about the twist and whether he’d return to AHS for the fifth season.


Get your first look at Vince Gilligan and David Shore's 'Battle Creek'

Crimes in Battle Creek, Mich., are taken seriously, but the local law enforcement has to contend with an unusual set of criminals.


Tina Fey, Amy Poehler discuss different approach to hosting Golden Globes

Hosting the Golden Globes for the third time, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler feel pressure to keep the show fresh.


'Empire': Inside Fox's ambitious, groundbreaking musical soap

William Shakespeare. Sean “Puffy” Combs. Alexis Carrington. This pop culture threesome doesn’t usually come up in conversation—unless you’re talking to the creators of Fox’s new drama Empire. While driving around L.A., writer Danny Strong heard a story about Combs on the radio and instantly began brainstorming a movie about a hip-hop mogul and his family. “The whole idea just flooded through my head: I’d do it like King Lear or The Lion in Winter,” says Strong. “Make the main character like a dying king, and he’s got three sons. Then my next thought was ‘I think I need to call Lee Daniels.’ ” Strong had just worked with the director on 2013’s The Butler; Daniels loved the concept but wanted one major change. “I said, ‘I miss Dynasty and I would love to see a black Dynasty,’ ” Daniels recalls of the Joan Collins-led prime-time soap. “And off we went!”

But Empire is more than just big hair, sequined gowns, and catfights—it’s one of the most ambitious new dramas of 2015. In the first episode, Lucious Lyon (Oscar nominee Terrence Howard), a rapper–turned–music mogul, is diagnosed with ALS and given three years to live. He must choose one of his three sons—hardworking Andre (Trai Byers), artistic Jamal (Jussie Smollett), or immature Hakeem (Bryshere Gray)—to take over the family business. But Lucious also has to deal with the return of his live-wire ex-wife, Cookie (Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson), who is getting out of prison after 17 years and wants half the company. READ FULL STORY

Mark Margolis lands role as DC Comics' Felix Faust on 'Constantine'

Breaking Bad‘s Mark Margolis is ringing in the new year with a magical new role.


Keshia Knight Pulliam speaks out about Bill Cosby: 'There are two sides to a story'

After becoming the first contestant fired from the new season of The Celebrity Apprentice, Keshia Knight Pulliam spoke up about her decision to not reach out to her former onscreen father Bill Cosby to help her team, and her thoughts on the sexual assault allegations against Cosby.


ATX Television Festival to host 'Queer as Folk' cast reunion

Ten years after the finale of Showtime’s Queer as Folk, the cast will reunite this summer to reflect on the show’s legacy.


Watch the first promo for the Kathy Griffin-hosted 'Fashion Police'

After confirming Kathy Griffin would take over for the late Joan Rivers as host of Fashion Police, E! has released the first promo for the show’s new season showing off the newly assembled team.


'Agent Carter,' 'House of Cards,' and more: Find out midseason premiere dates for new, returning shows (Updated)

While it may seem like some of the season’s biggest shows just ended, with the new year only days away, plenty of new and returning series are gearing up to premiere new seasons or pick off from major–and literal–cliffhangers.


'Parks and Recreation' cast explains the entire series in 30 seconds

Over six seasons on Parks and Recreation, a lot has happened to the Parks and Recreation department of Pawnee, Indiana. But according to Aziz Ansari, it’s all just been one extended episode of Pimp My Ride. READ FULL STORY

Jenna Coleman confirms her future 'Doctor Who' plans

This year’s Doctor Who Christmas special, “Last Christmas,” included a tear-inducing farewell for the Doctor’s companion Clara. Well, until it wasn’t. And now the actress who plays Clara has made it clear she’s here to stay.

Speaking to the BBC, Jenna Coleman confirmed that she will continue to play Clara for another season of Doctor Who. READ FULL STORY

Amy Adams addresses her 'Today' show interview cancellation: 'I still don't understand'

Amy Adams has spoken to USA Today about her planned Today show interview, which was scheduled to take place Monday morning. The segment was intended to tout Adams’ starring role as artist Margaret Keane in Big Eyes—but Adams’ appearance was nixed by Today after Adams expressed discomfort with the show asking her about the recent Sony hack. Adams’ name was floated around after hacked e-mails revealed pay discrepancies in the film between Adams and co-star Jennifer Lawrence and their male American Hustle co-stars Christian Bale and Bradley Cooper. READ FULL STORY


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