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'Suits' postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh on the season 4 premiere, what's next

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Suits‘ season 4 premiere, stop reading now. Creator Aaron Korsh takes us inside the row between Harvey and Mike, the introduction of multiple new characters, and what’s to come.  READ FULL STORY

'Suits' creator Aaron Korsh teases season 4 premiere: Harvey and Mike go toe-to-toe

If you’ve seen the promo for Suits‘ season 4 premiere (airing June 11 at 9 p.m. ET on USA), you know it doesn’t take long for Mike (Patrick J. Adams) and Harvey (Gabriel Macht) to find themselves at odds now that Mike has left Pearson Specter to become an investment banker at a startup company that retains Harvey as its lawyer. That wasn’t always the plan. “We did think Mike was going to be a client of Harvey’s and they were going to be on the same side, but when I heard those [story ideas], they felt flat to me,” creator Aaron Korsh tells EW. “So I was like, ‘Let’s get them on opposite sides: He’s a client. They fall out. Let’s have them go toe-to-toe.’”

Look for the new recurring characters Walter Gillis (played by Family Ties‘ Michael Gross), the founder of a DVD distribution company trying to hold off a potential takeover attempt, and Logan Sanders (Betrayal‘s Brendan Hines), the son of a millionaire entrepreneur who wants to prove himself with an acquisition, to play key roles. READ FULL STORY

'Royal Pains' season preview: Mark Feuerstein talks a return to blue-sky basics (and Hank getting some)

Fans of USA’s Royal Pains may be happy to hear the dark days are over. As the show enters its sixth season (premieres June 10 at 9 p.m. ET), Mark Feuerstein fills us in. READ FULL STORY

'Suits' sneak peek: Winter is coming, with more pop culture references -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Suits returns June 11, as does the drama’s penchant for Game of Thrones references. Watch an exclusive clip below of Louis (Rick Hoffman) strategizing with Katrina (Amanda Schull) regarding a new threat — Jeff Malone (recurring guest star DB Woodside), a potential minion of Eric Woodall, who still has it out for Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and the firm.

Without spoiling too much, creator Aaron Korsh tells EW you’ll also find Jerry Maguire and Crimson Tide mentions, a Princess Bride reference, and an homage to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in the premiere. “What a lot of people don’t know is The Princess Bride and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were written by the same guy [William Goldman],” he says. “I didn’t even remember that when I put those two movies in there.” READ FULL STORY

Miss 'Downton Abbey'? Try Spain's hit period drama, 'The Time In Between'

While there are dozens of new summer shows on the horizon, there’s still nothing that quite fills the void left in the wake of British imports Downton Abbey and Call the Midwife. Enter The Time In Between, a delicious spy drama chock-full of intrigue, sex, betrayal and politics set against the exotic backdrop of Spain and northern Africa.

Based on the international bestseller El Tiempo Entre Costuras by María Dueñas, the 11-episode miniseries tells the story of Sira Quiroga, a poor young seamstress from Madrid who leaves her dependable (if slightly boring) fiancé for rogue salesman (played by hottie Rubén Cortada). They escape together to exotic Morocco; eventually their money runs out, and Sira’s fiancé unceremoniously leaves her to fend for herself and their unborn child. Then, as World War II begins, Sira returns to her native Spain to sew haute couture clothing for the wives of Nazi operatives — and in the process, becomes an undercover spy for the British Secret Service.

Check out this exclusive clip from the first episode of The Time In Between, which features the moment sweet Sira meets Ramiro. With one gaze into his deep green eyes, Sira is smitten — and you might just be too. (Matthew Crawley, who?) Subtitled episodes of The Time In Between will be available on DramaFever and on Hulu’s DramaFever channel July 4. READ FULL STORY

OWN to simulcast Maya Angelou funeral

The Oprah Winfrey Network will simulcast the private memorial service for Dr. Maya Angelou on Saturday.

The celebration of her legacy will air at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT on OWN. It will also be available via Oprah.com.

“I’ve been blessed to have Maya Angelou as my mentor, mother/sister, and friend since my 20s,” Winfrey said in a statement. “She was there for me always, guiding me through some of the most important years of my life.  The world knows her as a poet but at the heart of her, she was a teacher.  ‘When you learn, teach.  When you get, give’ is one of my best lessons from her.

“She won three Grammys, spoke six languages and was the second poet in history to recite a poem at a presidential inauguration,” Winfrey continued. “But what stands out to me most about Maya Angelou is not what she has done or written or spoken, it’s how she lived her life.  She moved through the world with unshakeable calm, confidence and a fierce grace.  I loved her and I know she loved me.  I will profoundly miss her.  She will always be the rainbow in my clouds.”

Angelou, who was 86, died last month

Morgan Freeman recalls that time he got into a fight with a physicist

Through the Wormhole, the Science Channel series Morgan Freeman hosts and exec produces, returns for a fifth season June 4 with an episode asking the question, “Is poverty genetic?” You’ll have to wait until the July 2 episode, “Is Gravity an Illusion?”, for the hour that features him on helium — a clip that has more than a million views on EW.com alone.

“Things go viral on the Internet. You don’t know what will happen. It’s just one of those things, like rainfall,” the Oscar winner says. (No, the bit wasn’t his idea; yes, it was his first time sucking helium from a balloon.) Here, Freeman talks about other upcoming episodes that will have you talking — including one about a potential zombie apocalypse and one that involves the ocean possibly killing us with a metaphorical fart (his word). READ FULL STORY

'Survivor': Redemption Island axed for new twist -- EXCLUSIVE

As Entertainment Weekly Radio’s Survivor Week continues, the scoops keep coming from host Jeff Probst: Turns out Redemption Island won’t be a part of Survivor: San Juan Del Sur — Blood vs. Water after all.

Probst had told EW back in May that the polarizing twist would return. But producers ended up having a change of heart and came up with a new addition to the game, much to the surprise of the players (which number 18 after two left the show for medical reasons, just 48 hours before shooting began). “We decided, we have this arena being built: What if instead of [Redemption Island], we use it for something else. Something that will make Blood vs. Water a little more… interesting,” Probst tells EW, directly from the set of the 29th season now filming in Nicaragua. Listen to the interview below. READ FULL STORY

'Deadliest Catch': The Cornelia Marie is finally coming -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

It’s the moment Deadliest Catch fans have been waiting for since hearing that the Cornelia Marie would return in season 10: The beloved blue boat is back in the Bering Sea in the June 10 episode. Watch the opening of the hour below. The clip serves as both a tribute to the late Capt. Phil Harris and a recap of son Josh’s journey to follow in his dad’s footsteps.

Warning: it’s wonderful to hear Phil’s voice again, but you will see him exchange “I love you”s with Josh in the hospital — a moment that will simultaneously warm and break your heart all over again. READ FULL STORY

NBC fall premiere dates; 'Constantine' held until October

NBC will hold off premiering its new comic book series Constantine until late October, according to its latest schedule update out today.

As previously announced, Katherine Heigl’s new drama State of Affairs won’t start up until November.

Here are the premiere dates: READ FULL STORY

'Survivor': Two contestants left show before filming began in Nicaragua -- EXCLUSIVE

The 29th season of CBS’ Survivor has begun filming in Nicaragua, and host Jeff Probst says that two contestants left the show 48 hours before the competition began for medical reasons.

“We just lost two contestants [Friday],” Probst tells EW’s Dalton Ross, who’s hosting EW Morning Live with Jessica Shaw from the set of Survivor: San Juan del Sur — Blood vs. Water all week on Entertainment Weekly Radio. “We came out here with 20. We spend months casting our show — months. I mean, this is like….who you’re gonna ask to prom. All year you’re like, ‘Is it her or her?’ and ‘Will she say yes?’ And you finally get your 20 people, and then through no fault of their own — just a medical situation — they can’t play…. So instead of 20, it puts us at 18. Instead of equal men and women, it puts us uneven men and women.”

Listen to Probst explain why the show must go on in the clip below. Bonus: You’ll also hear a Survivor helicopter pass overhead. READ FULL STORY

'The Good Wife': Hear the music that makes it great

Now, Good Wife fans can hear the score that accompanied the extraordinary drama this season: The drama is releasing a soundtrack.

Music from the CBS drama is now available on Amazon MP3. Ardent fans should recognize many of the pieces from season five on the soundtrack, including the very short title sequence to the series — all of which comes courtesy of Composer David Buckley.

“The music was re-arranged and re-recorded for this release using a 50-piece orchestra and various soloists,” Buckley told EW. “I focused on Season 5 music as there has been an overwhelming enthusiasm for it from viewers, and I felt that this material could stand up on its own for a listening experience. The tone is largely Classical in style — with some obvious exceptions including the very silly I Wanna Kiss Peter Florrick —  and I hope the music reflects some key themes of the show … office politics, current affairs, love, betrayal and death, each often mingled with humor.

“Hitting the Fan is a really important cue in the show …  the bonds between the main characters are shattered as Alicia and Cary leave Will and Diane to set up their own firm,” Buckley continued. “We wanted a different musical language to express this momentous shift, and so we hit on this Baroque/Classical style and it turned out that this track would inform the sound for the rest of the season.”

Here’s a sample: READ FULL STORY

'24: Live Another Day': Don't second-guess momma

In this teaser for Monday’s episode of Fox’s 24: Live Another Day, Michelle Fairley — aka Margot Al-Harazi — explains how hell hath no fury like a terrorist mother scorned. READ FULL STORY

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