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'Everybody Loves Raymond' gets yet another remake

Everybody may love Raymond in America, but in the Czech Republic, they’ll soon be going crazy over some guy named Rudy.

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Netflix reviving Care Bears with new series set for 2016

It looks like Wish Bear has listened to her fans. Netflix is bringing back the Care Bears.

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'Empire' exclusive: Watch the teaser for Fox's new hip-hop musical drama

One of the most anticipated and ambitious series of 2015 is Fox’s Empire. Created by Lee Daniels (The Butler) and Danny Strong (Game Change) and featuring original music by Timbaland, Empire is a soapy drama about a hip-hop mogul (The Best Man Holiday‘s Terrence Howard) who battles his estranged wife Cookie (No Good Deed‘s Taraji P. Henson) for control of their massively successful company. Watch the new teaser exclusively on EW: READ FULL STORY

'Gotham' stars and producer tease new friends and foes set to appear

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Gotham continues to populate its streets with familiar faces from the Batman universe. Villains like Two-Face and Victor Zsasz have already been announced, but the show’s producers and stars suggested a few more big names are on their way.

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Constantin Film producing 'Mortal Instruments,' 'Resident Evil' TV series

While production on a sequel to The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones resumed after first being stalled, it seems that project has actually transformed from a film sequel to a television series.

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What should the final shot of 'Sons of Anarchy' be?

Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter announced Sunday that he’d finished the series finale script with a screen grab of an “early draft” of the final shot. READ FULL STORY

Fox orders six additional episodes of 'Gotham'

It looks like the villains of Gotham will terrorize Jim Gordon and the GCPD for a little while longer.

Fox just announced that it has ordered six more episodes of the freshman series, raising its first season order to a total of 22 episodes.

While the Batman prequel series slipped slightly in the ratings in its second week, the show also enjoyed one of the fall’s strongest premieres.

'American Horror Story' renewed for fifth season after setting ratings record

It’s very good to be a Freak: FX has just announced that the premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show has set a record as the most-watched TV episode in the network’s history(!), with 10 million total viewers (6.54 million 18-49), according to Live+3 numbers. That bests last year’s Coven premiere of 7.27 million by 38 percent.

Based on the success of AHS: Freak Show, the network also announced that it will deliver a fifth installment of American Horror Story in October 2015. Co-creator Ryan Murphy told EW last week that he’s already planted clues for next year in the first two episodes of this current season.

Katie Holmes to revisit Jackie Kennedy role in 'The Kennedys - After Camelot'

Katie Holmes is returning to the role of Jackie Kennedy in Reelz Channel’s The Kennedys – After Camelot, a follow-up series to its eight-episode 2011 miniseries The Kennedys, EW has confirmed.

Holmes is also set to direct one of the four episodes that will comprise After Camelot. Jon Cassar will direct the other three episodes after having been behind the camera for all eight episodes of the original Kennedys series.

Production on the series will begin in 2015 with a planned premiere on Reelz some time in 2016. Holmes will executive-produce the miniseries, which is based on J. Randy Taraborrelli’s book After Camelot: A Personal History of the Kennedy Family 1968 to the Present.

7 things we learned about Netflix's new 'Daredevil' series

Now that Marvel has conquered the cineplex, the studio is looking to take over the small screen too. At New York Comic Con today, the studio offered an intriguing first look at its new Daredevil TV series, which is set to debut on Netflix next year with Boardwalk Empire‘s Charlie Cox as the blind lawyer/superhero. Here are the highlights:

1. Finding Daredevil was a snap. Two years ago, when 20th Century Fox still owned the cinematic rights to Daredevil, Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb says he received a call from Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada declaring that he had found the next Matt Murdock. The rights soon reverted to the studio, and Quesada’s first choice — Charlie Cox — indeed won the role.

2. Rosario Dawson may be the Night Nurse: The Comic Con panel, moderated by Loeb, featured the series’ entire main cast except for Rosario Dawson, whose previously undisclosed role was finally revealed. The Sin City star will play nurse Claire Temple, who will aid Cox’s Matt Murdock/Daredevil and may also take on the guise of another Marvel heroine. Loeb described her as a “nurse who works at night,” indicating that she may inherit the mantle of Night Nurse. Temple’s involvement is a bit of a surprise since she’s traditionally associated with Luke Cage, a.k.a. Power Man, a character for whom Netflix is developing a separate series. READ FULL STORY

Tune in: 'Sleepy Hollow' star Tom Mison will answer your questions on EW's Facebook page

Can’t get enough of Tom Mison, even after reading his Sleepy Hollow spread in this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly?

Fear no more. EW will be hosting a live Q&A on Facebook where Mison will answer questions from fans about Sleepy Hollow and more. Tune into EW’s Facebook page at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday, Oct. 11 to leave your questions for Mison, where you can ask about that glorious mane he sports on the show (and other burning questions).

Sleepy Hollow airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.

34 things you learn on the 'Sons of Anarchy' set

Spend close to 20 hours on location and set with the cast and crew of Sons of Anarchy, and you learn a few fun facts. EW‘s recent cover story (read it online) reveals some of them: among the objects in Charlie Hunnam’s backpack is a marijuana grinder; Katey Sagal is happy to talk about Justin Theroux’s jogging attire on The Leftovers. Here are 34 other things gleaned from EW‘s September visit.

IN THE MAKEUP TRAILER

• When you catch Tommy Flanagan (Chibs) singing “Hurt” on his way in at 6:30 a.m., it’s definitely the Johnny Cash version. “Of course, the Johnny Cash version,” he says later. “I mean Nine Inch Nails, fair enough, they did a great version, but Johnny killed it.”

• Everyone knows the fun begins when Kim Coates (Tig) arrives. On this day, he starts a lively conversation suggesting he’ll wear a Speedo to the show’s premiere screening that weekend. He and Flanagan claim they’ve never worn a Speedo, but Hunnam admits to having donned one as a child. READ FULL STORY

Nielsen reports technical error in ratings data

Today, Nielsen announced that on Oct. 6, they discovered a technical error that impacted national network ratings over the past several months, EW has confirmed.

According to Nielsen’s press release, the technical error came up on March 2, 2014, and went unnoticed until noticing the high viewing levels during fall premiere week. As a result of the error, small viewing segments were miscounted. Cable network and local TV ratings were not affected by the error. The problem was corrected on Oct. 9, and all ratings data from that point forward is correct.

As a result of the error, all released data from Sept. 22 onward will be reprocessed and reissued by Oct. 17, and data going back to Aug. 18, the start of the current fall TV season, will be reprocessed and released by Oct. 31.

The error was due to the AOT with code data (all other tuning with code), which counts for 0.1 percent to 0.25 percent of all viewing minutes nationwide. Usually, the statistical impact of the error is generally small, although the impact is larger in “a handful of cases.”

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