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The cast of 'Grimm' summarizes the whole series in 30 seconds

Grimm returns tonight for its season-four premiere, and picks up with last season’s finale, which saw Nick (David Giuntoli) reeling from the loss of his ability to spot Wesen, the monsters blind to the human eye. Cast members Sasha Roiz, Russell Hornsby, and Reggie Lee stopped by EW to get everyone up to date on everything that’s happened so far—in 30 seconds:

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See the first teaser for the final season of 'Justified'

FX’s Justified will return for its sixth and final season in January, and while the additions of Sam Elliott and Garret Dillahunt to the cast recently made headlines, the first teaser puts the focus firmly on Timothy Olyphant’s Raylan and Walton Goggins’ Boyd. Watch EW‘s exclusive first look below. READ FULL STORY

'Project Runway' winner: 'It's just sinking in now'

Last night the final four contestants of Project Runway “lucky season 13″ battled it out with runway shows at New York Fashion Week. The designers had very different design “voices,” which led to four incredibly varied final collections—boho elegant vs. street style vs. editorial vs. elevated denim. It was one of the best final shows in the show’s history, according to Heidi Klum, which made the judges’ job even harder.

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'Parenthood' star Lauren Graham to guest-star on Matthew Perry's 'Odd Couple'

Lauren Graham and Matthew Perry will reunite on his new CBS comedy The Odd Couple, EW has learned.

In this modern-day take on Neil Simon’s 1965 Broadway play, Perry stars as the easygoing Oscar Madison opposite Thomas Lennon as uptight neat freak Felix Unger.

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TLC cancels 'Honey Boo Boo'

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There goes Honey Boo Boo. TLC has abruptly canceled its polarizing reality sensation after co-star “Mama June” Shannon allegedly started dating a convicted child molester.

Earlier this week, TMZ first reported that Shannon had started dating Mark McDaniel, who was convicted in 2004 of aggravated child molestation of an 8-year-old. After the report, members of Shannon’s family denied the two were together—saying the two had not dated in 10 years and that Shannon was “all about the kids” these days. But TLC became convinced the claim was accurate and executives pulled the plug on the reality series early Friday.

TLC released this statement to EW: “TLC has canceled the series Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and ended all activities around the series, effective immediately. Supporting the health and welfare of these remarkable children is our only priority. TLC is faithfully committed to the children’s ongoing comfort and well-being.” READ FULL STORY

'Project Runway: Threads' react: A mini-me version without the bite

A few weeks ago I wished for a Project Runway with tweens, and then I got my wish in Project Runway: Threads. (I really should put my wishing powers to better use, but I can’t complain about getting Christian Siriano back on the small screen.)

Threads, the fourth spin-off of the franchise, is like Runway Lite. Each week, three tween aspiring designers will face off with two challenges; the first is a look that they prepared at home for immediate judging, the second is a typical “here are the rules, now go; oh, wait, there’s more” challenge. The winner takes home $25,000. READ FULL STORY

CNN announces 420-friendly series 'High Profits'

CNN’s getting into the marijuana business with High Profits.

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'Grey's Anatomy' star Sara Ramirez dissects shocking Calzona twist

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy. Read at your own risk!

Calzona fans got quite the shock during Thursday’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy.

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AMC now owns 49.9% of BBC America

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AMC Networks and BBC Worldwide have announced a partnership that will see the American entertainment company take a  49.9% equity stake in BBC America, the British company’s Stateside cable channel. BBC America has seen its cultural stock rise thanks to buzzy original series Orphan Black and the ascending US viewership for British sci-fi touchstone Doctor Who. According to a press release, AMC Networks agreed to pay $200 million for almost-but-not-quite-but-basically half of the network, a deal which also grants AMC operational control of BBC America. READ FULL STORY

NBA stars Blake Griffin and Chris Paul on their new Jordan Brand sketch comedy campaign

We all know that Blake Griffin and Chris Paul can combine to score points. But how good are they at scoring laughs together? The Los Angeles Clippers teammates’ assortment of individual commercials for Kia and State Farm — as well as this sketch from the ESPYs — show some promise. Their comedic skills will be put to the next test tonight, though,  when they team up for BGCP3 TV in HD, a two-part sketch comedy “special” that airs on Adult Swim tonight at 12:12 a.m. ET. (The second five-minute episode can be seen next Thursday night.) READ FULL STORY

An unconscious Jason Schwartzman guest-stars on 'Tim & Eric's Bedtime Stories'

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On tonight’s installment of the off-kilter anthology series Tim & Eric’s Bedtime Stories, Jason Schwartzman guest-stars as himself, reluctantly agreeing to endorse a watch—with the unusual stipulation that he won’t actually be conscious for the photo shoot or have any memory of it because he doesn’t want it to ruin his credibility. We found his performance opposite Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim to be rather limp, but see for yourself in this exclusive scene from the episode, which airs at tonight at 12:15 a.m. on Adult Swim. READ FULL STORY

'Game of Thrones' mania hits Spain as 86,000 apply for roles

Game of Thrones is conquering Spain: The HBO fantasy hit’s production is enjoying an overwhelming response since filming started in the country two weeks ago.

When the local production company Fresco Film put out a casting call for roughly 600 extras for a key battle Thrones scene, fans responded with an incredible 86,000 applications. The company needed to add more server space to accommodate the load. Many applicants needed the work, but one hired extra told the production he took a vacation from his high-level banking job to be on the show.

Meanwhile, others have clamored to get a glimpse of the show’s cast, with one even asking a random production staffer to post for a photo merely because he was wearing a Thrones badge.

To some extent, Spain’s response reflects the ongoing global fandom growth of HBO’s most popular series ever. Ratings climb each season and this year hit 19 million viewers in the United States when viewership is measured across all platforms. But Spain is perhaps primed to be more appreciative than most— Thrones has hired more than 1,000 locals across its production and is expected to generate millions for the country’s economy which has been climbing out of a deep recession (for example, Thrones generated $32 million for Northern Ireland last year). READ FULL STORY

Fox developing basketball comedy about former NBA player Baron Davis

Fox may have a fictional Latvian basketball player in New Girl‘s Winston, but a new comedy in development brings some professional NBA talent to the network.

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