Good news, Bluebell fans: Hart of Dixie is returning to The CW early.
Under the pressure of her taboo romance with her colleague, Jess (Zooey Deschanel) is literally coming undone.
When Ryan (Julian Morris) turns up at the loftmates’ holiday singles party, Jess tries to set a few ground rules to keep their relationship buttoned-up. Unfortunately, her sultry-in-scarlet velvet dress has different intentions.
Let’s just say “Mr. G” has had an eyeful by the time Jess finishes telling him all the unexpected ways that she is totally not acting on her attraction to him. READ FULL STORY
Shameless star Justin Chatwin and True Blood alum James Frain have joined the cast of Orphan Black.
Salem is coming back in April, but WGN America has already released a face-licking trailer in anticipation of for the show’s season-two premiere.
Benedict Cumberbatch in a top hat. Go forth, Internet.
Here’s the first promo image for the Sherlock one-off special. BBC released the above look at Cumberbatch—looking a bit like a penguin—and co-star Martin Freeman all dressed up.
The special starts production in January and is expected to air in the U.K. sometime next year. The Sherlock team has also committed to an official fourth season.
'The Walking Dead' star Sonequa Martin-Green on Sasha's big mistake and a 'gut-wrenching' midseason finale
I don’t blame her. After all, that Grady Memorial Hospital cop named Bob seemed like a decent enough guy. And he shared the same name as Sasha’s boyfriend Bob, who got…you know, eaten. So Tyreese’s sister maybe wasn’t thinking completely clearly when she agreed to help her prisoner by putting his former friend out of his zombie misery — only to get bum rushed and knocked out, allowing said prisoner to escape. Whoops! We caught up with the woman who plays Sasha, Sonequa Martin-Green, to get her thoughts on what the heck happened. She also breaks down the other big moments of the episode for Sasha and previews next Sunday’s midseason finale, which she promises will run “the whole gamut.” READ FULL STORY
Fans won’t have to wait too long into 2015 to discover what’s happened to the balance of power at Pearson Specter.
It looks like David Fincher will have even more to live up to when he steps behind the camera for Utopia.
Has Sleepy Hollow lost its groove?
The answer to that question depends on who you ask. Ratings for season 2 have been down across the board; fans (and, er, recappers) have become fond of grumbling about the show’s perceived shortcomings, from the unfortunate marginalization of Nicole Beharie’s Abbie Mills (Sleepy‘s co-lead, though she’s largely taken a backseat to the action this year) to the mishandling of Katia Winter’s Katrina, a witch who’s always in need of rescue.
That said, plenty of folks would argue that season 2 is as bonkers-brilliant as ever—chief among them Mark Goffman, the supernatural dramedy’s showrunner. EW chatted with Goffman, briefly about last night’s episode—an hour that had the breakneck pacing, urgency, and “twistory”-based shenanigans of vintage Sleepy Hollow—but mostly about season 2 as a whole, and specifically how fans have been responding to it. Goffman’s main takeaway? “If people just trust us—if you keep watching, things will change in a way that you won’t expect.”
See the first part of our conversation below—and check back after Dec. 1’s midseason finale for more intel from Goffman about a few shocking twists and what’s coming up next.
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