There’s a new female veep coming to cable—and she has a secret weapon at her disposal. READ FULL STORY
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As the race to track down the Snow Queen intensifies, new developments from Emma’s past have surfaced on Once Upon a Time—namely that the big bad was actually her foster mom at one point. But that’s far from the only mystery surrounding this season, which is why EW put executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis in The Hot Seat, where they have the option of answering your questions from Twitter with “Yes,” “No” or “Can’t say.” Get the scoop below:
Bad Judge has been disbarred and it’s R.I.P. for A to Z as two more fall shows have fallen prey to the broadcast ax. Only this time, there’s a Halloween-appropriate twist.
NBC announced Friday it will not produce any more episodes of the two Thursday night comedies beyond their initial orders. Bad Judge has shot 10 episodes; A to Z has shot 11. Five episodes each have aired. Both shows will finish production on their 13 episodes and all will air, but NBC has confirmed it will not order episodes beyond that. So the duo are sort of like zombies for the next eight weeks. READ FULL STORY
EW has confirmed that CBS has given a pilot production commitment to Limitless, a TV show based on the 2011 Relativity film starring Bradley Cooper.
[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE LATEST EPISODE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY: FREAK SHOW.]
American Horror Story: Freak Show‘s two-part Halloween episode came to a conclusion with two major deaths: Patti LaBelle’s devoted maid Dora and fan favorite Twisty the Clown. But are they really gone for good? Plus, what does it mean that Lily Rabe is returning as Sister Mary Eunice? If you’re an AHS fan, you’ll want to read this interview with co-creator Ryan Murphy. READ FULL STORY
The Big Bang Theory moved back to Thursday night with nothing short of a miracle: The show was able to keep a surprise cameo under wraps ahead of airing, an act that’s nearly unheard of in an age where spoilers freely leak long before episodes debut.
While you’re nursing your chocolate hangover at the end of this weekend, you can try to squeeze one last treat out of Halloween by tuning into “Tina and the Real Ghost,” a supernatural-themed episode of Bob’s Burgers. How awesomely awkward would it be if she started dating a spirit who was trapped in a box? Find out Sunday at 7:30 p.m. on Fox. In the meantime, check out this exclusive clip from the episode, in which an exterminator from Hugs Not Bugs ventures into the Belchers’ basement, where he seems to find a lot more than he bargained for.
Also: smiling bats. READ FULL STORY
Earlier this month, fans of ABC’s Mistresses were delighted when they heard that the show had been picked up—then shocked to learn that Alyssa Milano would not be returning to the series. (Milano chose not to move with the show when it relocated to Vancouver move because of her family.)
When EW caught up with Milano this week to discuss her role on Project Runway All Stars, we also asked for any updates on Mistresses season 3. “I don’t know what is happening with that—I just know that I am not going back,” she said. “I don’t know how they’re going to wrap it up.” READ FULL STORY
Remember a few years ago when broadcast comedies were hot again?
That feels like a long time ago. The final new fall comedy of the season debuted Thursday night and the overnight ratings told a familiar story. CBS’ The McCarthys launched to 8.8 million viewers and a 1.9 preliminary rating among adults 18-49. That’s not nearly as weak as some sitcoms this fall (and we’ll get to two of those in a moment). But CBS has the highest benchmarks in the genre, and McCarthys is down 42 percent from last season’s premiere of The Millers and down 34 percent from the last debut of Two and a Half Men in the slot.
Speaking of which, Men was The McCarthys lead in and came back to a good rating overall for its final season (11 million 2.7), though it’s also the veteran comedy’s lowest premiere ever (that sounds contradictory, but it’s also right). The Big Bang Theory (16.2 million, 4.1) kicked off CBS’ night, hitting a season low in its re-claimed time slot (the rating will go up in the coming weeks, I suspect, once more fans realize it’s moved). Some good news: Mom (11.7 million, 2.7) was up 8 percent from last fall’s premiere to a series high. All these numbers are also likely inflated due to some NFL pre-emption. READ FULL STORY
This week on The Simpsons, Lisa Simpson (friend of planet Earth!) recruits Assemblywoman Maxine Lombard (voiced by activist/actress Jane Fonda!) to thwart Mr. Burns’ fracking racket. Not surprisingly, passions run hot on this divisive issue. But as Burns and Lombard discover, so does romance.
Click on the video to see an exclusive scene from the episode in which Mr. Burns and Assemblywoman Lombard strike a type of backroom deal that involves the bedroom.
There’s no denying it: Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock Holmes is the object of affection for just about anyone who watches BBC’s Sherlock, whether its Molly’s unrequited love on the show itself or the legion of Tumblr fans who turn every wink, smirk, and step into a GIF-able moment.
But for all the love Holmes receives, he hasn’t exactly returned the favor. More bluntly, Holmes has never had sex on the show. Not with an actual proposed love interest, nor with Watson, to the dismay of all “Johnlock” fans. But while viewers shouldn’t expect a Sherlock sex scene anytime soon, Cumberbatch recently discussed what Sherlock would be like in bed—and readers may need a cigarette after some of his comments.
TNT announced that they have ordered a pilot for Breed, a supernatural drama about a string of murders in the Pacific Northwest that are being committed by beings that not quite human.
Written by John Scott Shepherd and set to be directed by Scott Winant (True Blood), Breed follows the primary antagonist, Detective Cooper Wells, as he follows the trail of murders. Realizing that the serial killer may be some sort of barbaric race of creatues, Wells seeks out the help of a female assassin to hunt the perpetrators down.
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