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VH1's 'Hindsight' brings it back to the '90s


The ’90s might be over, but they live on in VH1’s upcoming Hindsight.

The series, which premieres on Jan. 7, 2015, follows Becca (Laura Ramsey), a thirtysomething who’s about to get married for the second time—until she wakes up on her first wedding day, in 1995.

Below, watch an exclusive first-look video full of ’90s references; think Say Anything, Walkman music players, and Ace of Base’s “I Saw the Sign.” READ FULL STORY

Nina Garcia guest judges on 'Project Runway All Stars'

Guest judges come and go on Project Runway, but’s no one who feels more comfortable in the seat than this week’s All Star guest judge: Nina Garcia. She brings her fashion industry knowledge as well as her years of Project Runway judgeship experience to critique the all stars’ looks.

This week’s challenge requires the designers to create a look that embodies their past, present, and future loves. And love is not what the judges had for Kate Pankoke’s dress. As expected, Nina did not go easy on the critique, but Kate—this being her third time on the show—proves hard to knock down. READ FULL STORY

Jeff Probst on why selfless acts always seem to backfire on 'Survivor'

Every week, host Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of ‘Survivor: San Juan del Sur — Blood vs. Water.’ READ FULL STORY

'Elementary': New issues arise between Joan and Sherlock

In its three seasons on the air, Elementary has yet to fall into the trap of having its two leads fall for each other romantically—something the producers promised they’d never do on the CBS drama. But how do you keep their dynamic fresh and exciting without falling back on easy tropes?


Further proof there is no such thing as karma in 'Survivor'

[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched tonight’s episode of Survivor: San Juan del Sur.] READ FULL STORY

'Shameless' alum Justin Chatwin joins 'Orphan Black' for season 3

Shameless alum Justin Chatwin has joined the cast of Orphan Black for its third season.


Larry Wilmore's Comedy Central show has a new name: 'The Nightly Show'


Larry Wilmore’s upcoming Comedy Central show has a new name, and it rings a bell for fans of the network’s late-night offerings.

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore will premiere on the network Jan. 19, taking the spot vacated by The Colbert Report, which ends its run on Dec. 18. In an interview with The New York Times, Wilmore, a former Daily Show correspondent, said they decided to toss The Minority Report moniker because “the last thing you want is brand confusion.”

“It was never intended to be a show only about minorities,” he told The Times. “It’s a show about underdogs, and that happens in a lot of different forms, whether it’s race, gender, or whatever.”

Hugh Laurie heading to 'Veep'

Hugh Laurie is White House bound.

The British actor, best known for his two-time, Golden Globe-winning turn as the title character on House, is joining Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Veep, EW has confirmed.

The HBO political comedy left off with vice president Selina Meyer (Louis-Dreyfus) ascending to the oval office when POTUS resigned to take care of his wife. The show is now heading into its fourth season.

Details are unknown about Laurie’s role at this time, but with Meyer in charge, at least for the time being, someone might fill the role of vice president. Something to consider…

Netflix orders fourth season of 'Longmire'

Another fallen show has found new life on Netflix: Longmire, which was canceled by A&E in August after three seasons, will premiere 10 new episodes on Netflix in 2015 (in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand only).

Per Netflix, season 4 will pick up moments after the season 3 finale ended, revealing the fate of Branch Connally (Bailey Chase) after a gun was fired—and following Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) on his mission to kill his wife’s murderer. Katee Sackhoff and Lou Diamond Phillips also star. READ FULL STORY

'Forever' enlists Billy Baldwin for guest spot

Billy Baldwin has landed a guest-starring role on ABC’s Forever, EW has learned exclusively.


'Cosby Show' repeats pulled


Bill Cosby is continuing to move off TV’s entertainment schedule and into its news programs.

Basic cable network TV Land has now yanked all syndicated repeats of his iconic NBC series The Cosby Show, a spokesperson for the channel confirmed.

The move follows NBC canceling the development of a new prime-time sitcom starring the actor-comedian, and Netflix postponing the debut of its Bill Cosby 77 stand-up special.

Cosby faces mounting rape allegations from several women, including from when he worked on The Cosby Show, which ran from 1984 to 1992 on NBC. On Tuesday, former supermodel Janice Dickinson became the latest to accuse Cosby of sex abuse. The actor has denied all the allegations through his attorney and has refused to answer questions regarding the matter. More detail on TV network reaction to Cosby’s allegations story here.



'Bones' sneak peek: Check out Mindy Cohn's debut

Mindy Cohn is about to teach Daisy the facts of life during this week’s Bones.


'Gotham' boss teases Jim Gordon's dark future


The winter finale of Fox’s Gotham is Monday night, and showrunner Bruno Heller says fans can expect Jim Gordon’s path to get even more difficult when the series continues next year.

Fair warning: If you want to know nothing about the narrative facing the show’s protagonist played by Ben McKenzie, quit reading now. READ FULL STORY


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