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Why 'Archer' star H. Jon Benjamin isn't always in the 'Danger zone!'

Want to do Archer star and comedian H. Jon Benjamin a solid favor should you ever recognize him on the street? Then resist the temptation to request he say “Danger zone!” — the catchphrase with which his character Sterling Archer has become synonymous with during the five seasons-and-counting run of FX’s spy spoof.

 

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'Justified' postmortem: EP Graham Yost dissects 'The Toll' (and another gory surprise)

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t yet watched this week’s episode of Justified, “The Toll” written by Benjamin Cavell and directed by Jon Avnet, stop reading now. As he’ll do throughout the season, showrunner Graham Yost takes us inside the writers room. An additional warning this week for fans of The Good Wife: the big twist in that show’s March 23 episode is referenced, twice.

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'The Vampire Diaries': Damon and Elena's next problem? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

The promo for the March 27 episode of The Vampire Diaries hinted that while Damon and Elena may have admitted their relationship is toxic, they’re not exactly ready to stop having sex. Our sneak peek, which finds them back at Mystic Falls High awaiting some kind of parent-teacher conference for Jeremy, reveals they need to focus some of their attention back on Jeremy – and his new witch friend Liv. (Oh, and also that Damon has seen Ghost.) Watch it below.

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'The Good Wife': Hunter Parrish on how he became part of the series' most shocking twist (and #hatemail)

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t yet watched the March 23 episode of CBS’ The Good Wife (or had it spoiled for you on social media), stop reading now.

Actor Hunter Parrish (Weeds‘ Silas) returned as Jeffrey Grant, a college student whose murder trial took a tragic turn that forever altered the course fans expected the series to take. Speaking to EW a day after the episode aired, Parrish — who is about to wrap the indie film Still Alice with Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin, Kristen Stewart, and Kate Bosworth — proved he has a good attitude about shocked fans of Will Gardner (Josh Charles) working through their stages of grief. “#Hatemail has been on my Twitter feed,” Parrish said with a laugh. “People have been saying, ‘I really love Silas, but now it’s really gonna be difficult for me to look at him the same.’ That’s a compliment to the work that you’re putting in, and appreciation for the characters, and writers, and actors on The Good Wife that they have given five years of their lives to watching as fans. It’s a great reception. Even though it’s negative,” he continued, with another laugh, “it’s still supportive in a sense.”

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'Archer: Vice' R.I.P.? Creator reveals plans to 'unreboot, or whatever' next season

On the current, fifth season of FX’s animated sitcom Archer – the rebranded Archer: Vice — the members of ISIS have transformed from spies into drug dealers as they try to sell a literal (not a figurative!) metric tonne of cocaine. But creator and writer Adam Reed has good news for fans who miss the espionage-themed shenanigans of yore. “I think this next season we will sort of unreboot, or whatever — deboot,” he reveals to EW, “and get back to the basics of some spy missions.” READ FULL STORY

ABC Family drops controversial pilot about Saudi Arabia

ABC Family has abandoned a drama pilot called Alice in Arabia after advocacy groups expressed concern that it would perpetuate negative stereotypes of Arabs and Muslims.

The pilot followed an American teen who is kidnapped by her relatives and taken to Saudi Arabia, where she is kept as a prisoner in her Muslim grandfather’s home and forced to “find a way to return home while surviving life behind the veil,” according to an official network logline read. The script’s from Brooke Eikmeier, a former cryptologic linguist in the Arabic language for U.S. Army who trained to support NSA missions in the Middle East. It was one of three new drama pilots announced by ABC Family earlier this week. READ FULL STORY

'Archer' love scene breakdown -- EXCLUSIVE IMAGES

The new issue of Entertainment Weekly boasts a six-page article on the hit FX spy spoof Archer, an interview with star H. Jon Benjamin, and creator Adam Reed’s favorite episodes. (Elsewhere on EW.com you’ll find an exclusive photograph of the entire Archer “cast” and a guide to the show’s running gags.) But how exactly does the Archer behind-the-scenes team create the show’s remarkable animation? Using a recent sex scene between Sterling and supposed Colombian drug cartel godmother La Madrina as an example, art director Neal Holman details the crafting of the Sterling sausage. (Phrasing!!!) READ FULL STORY

'Psych' preview: James Roday on directing Dule Hill's screams for last time

Is it a coincidence that March 19′s penultimate episode of USA’s Psych — the last one star James Roday will ever direct — features his co-star Dulé Hill (Gus) running and screaming for most it? “No it is not,” Roday says. “It’s been one of the great joys of my experience on Psych, and I know our fans are equally as fond of watching Gus being in peril and trying to scream his way out of it.”

In the episode, “A Nightmare on State Street,” Gus visits a dream therapist (guest star Bruce Campbell) to help determine the true fear behind his terrifying nightmares. “In truth, he has to do so much screaming in this episode that we did actually talk about trying to find some nuance and having levels so that there was tiers to the screams. That’s a real discussion that we had,” Roday says. “And I can tell you that he honestly feels like I ruined screaming for him for the rest of his career because he blew out every scream that he had on this show. He feels like he needs to take a break for a long while before he does something where he screams again, otherwise people are just gonna identify him with this character.” READ FULL STORY

On the Scene: 'Pretty Little Liars' season finale event

Got a secret, can you keep it? The cast and crew of Pretty Little Liars sure can.

The season 4 finale event in New York was all about secrets: What happened the night Ali disappeared? Who’s A? What is Mrs. D up to? Predictably, the Liars and Co. couldn’t say much about what we may or may not be finding out soon, but they did give some special fans a sneak peak at the season finale an hour before it aired. READ FULL STORY

'Justified' postmortem: AJ Buckley talks Danny's showdown with Raylan

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Justified, stop reading now. The promo showed Danny Crowe (AJ Buckley) charging at Raylan (Timothy Olyphant), testing the 21-Foot Rule. The belief is that a man with a knife, standing within 21 feet of a man with a holstered gun, will win that showdown. How did it work out for Danny? In a way that would’ve made the late Elmore Leonard proud. Buckley phoned EW to chat about the scene that will go down as one of the series’ funniest. Read what executive producer Graham Yost had to say about it, and the rest of the episode, here. READ FULL STORY

'Justified' postmortem: EP Graham Yost talks Dickie's return, Danny's showdown in 'Weight'

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t yet watched this week’s episode of Justified, “Weight” written by Taylor Elmore and Keith Schreier and directed by John Dahl, stop reading now. As he’ll do throughout the season, showrunner Graham Yost takes us inside the writers room.  READ FULL STORY

'The Little Couple' sneak peek: 'This cancer thing ... I have to deal with it' -- VIDEO

In tonight’s episode of TLC’s The Little Couple, the family reunites in Houston where they face the first big crisis – Jen’s cancer diagnosis that made national headlines.

Here’s a peek of the episode that airs at 10/9c every Tuesday:

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See Craig Ferguson and Drew Carey switch gigs -- VIDEO

Two of CBS’ top talkers — Craig Ferguson and Drew Carey — will switch gigs for a special April Fool’s Day stunt.

For one day, Ferguson will get to oversee the Showcase Showdown on The Price is Right while Carey will “get off his feet for once” and chat with the imaginary band on The Late Late Show. Will will do the better job?*

Here’s an early look at the official promo:

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