NBCUniversal announced Tuesday that it will be offering an 11-hour free digital video stream of this year’s Super Bowl. READ FULL STORY
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Jane the Virgin returned to The CW Monday night after its midseason finale. With it: A boost in profile.
Gina Rodriguez, who plays the titular Jane, is hot off her Golden Globes win for Best Actress in a TV Comedy. More than a personal feat, the recognition marks the first major award for the network. It gets better: Just hours before Rodriguez claimed her accolade, the show was renewed for a second season. READ FULL STORY
The Amazing Race is playing matchmaker on Season 26 of the Emmy-winning reality series. CBS announced Tuesday the couples racing around the world for a $1 million prize will feature six preexisting couples and five couples meeting for the first time. READ FULL STORY
Attention, all dinguses: John C. Reilly is bumbling his way back to TV as Steve Brule next month. READ FULL STORY
We already knew that The Good Wife, Arrow, The Flash, and Scandal would be among PaleyFest’s 2015 honorees. But with Tuesday’s release of the full lineup, Paley Center adds another CW show in Jane the Virgin and tacks on a special salute to Comedy Central.
PaleyFest, which will take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood from March 6 to March 13, will feature premiere screenings and exclusive conversations with the stars and teams behind chosen television series.
See the full schedule below.
Last season, The Vampire Diaries‘ Paul Wesley took a seat behind the camera for his directorial debut with “Resident Evil,” after which he let it slip that he had cut a shirtless Stefan scene. Now in season six, Wesley has returned to the director’s chair for this week’s “Woke Up With a Monster.” And although he might be more comfortable in his directorial role this time around, one thing hasn’t changed: He’s still cutting shirtless scenes.
Wesley talked to EW about his experience directing the episode, what fans can expect, and that shirtless moment we’ll never see.
That’s it. That. Is. It—for another round of the Television Critics Association press tour. After more than 100 TV show panels across 13 days and posting 79 stories, we’re about ready to wrap our coverage. Below are some of our favorite news, castings, trailers and moments from the winter tour. (Yes, there are a few more PBS panels left today, but we’re boldly dodging Nova: The Great Math Mystery and electing to take a coma-nap instead.)
Some beloved game shows are coming to Fox-owned television stations in a new deal between Fox Television Stations, FremantleMedia, and Debmar-Mercury.
Buzzr TV will showcase episodes from its 40,000-plus episode library of classic game shows—including Family Feud, Let’s Make a Deal, and Password—on Fox stations. READ FULL STORY
For Supernatural fans, the Mark of Cain has never been worse (or better, depending on how you look at it) than the moment it turned Dean into a demon in the season-nine finale. But despite Dean making it back to his normal, human self, the Mark is still around, and fans haven’t seen the last of its supernatural effects.
When we left the Winchester brothers in 2014, Dean had just murdered an entire house full of normal humans. Sure, they were despicable humans, but as fans of the show know, the Winchesters hunt “things,” not people. But thanks to the Mark of Cain, Dean’s rage has grown past the point of differentiating between what is right and wrong. So will human Dean end up being darker than Demon Dean ever was?
- Blythe Danner joins NBC's 'The Slap'
- 'Wet Hot American Summer' for Hamm, Wiig
- 'Stieg Larsson's Millennium' book in August
- 'Harry Potter' arrives on Oyster ebook service
- Domino's slams 'Fifty Shades'-style ad leak
- Depp a no-show? Blame feisty chupacabra
- Tyler James Williams joins CBS spinoff series
- 'Ghostbusters' reboot set for July 22, 2016
- 'Steve Jobs' finalizes cast, begins filming
- Christopher Reeve's son joins 'SportsCenter'
- Katie Holmes back on TV in 'Ray Donovan'
- 'Game of Thrones' IMAX ticket sales surge