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Tyler James Williams previews the next 'Walking Dead': 'We're going back to get the squad'

So I guess we now know who that was in the woods with Daryl outside of the church. Abraham, right? NO! Morgan? NO! The horse that got devoured back in The Walking Dead pilot and has now come back as Indestructible Zombie Horse? ………Actually, that would be pretty damn cool. But NO! Nope, now we can connect the dots and see that it is former Grady Memorial Hospital resident Noah who will make the trek back with Mr. Dixon to the church. And what do they plan to do when they get there? “We’re going back to get the squad,” says Tyler James Williams, who plays Noah, of Sunday’s upcoming episode. “Daryl has that last line, ‘We have people, too.’ So [we need to] go back not just to get Beth, but to get Carol. So we’re going to rally the troops and make an attempt. That’s as far as I can tell you.”

It sounds like battle lines are about to be drawn, ladies and gentlemen, and while Williams could not reveal more about it, he had plenty to say about several other Walking Dead topics when he visited Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) earlier this week. Here’s what Williams said about a few other choice subjects: READ FULL STORY

'How to Get Away with Murder': The killer speaks

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday’s episode of How to Get Away with Murder. Read at your own risk!

How to Get Away with Murder‘s killer is not a bad guy—according to the actor who portrays him.

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Shonda Rhimes dramas deliver ratings record

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ABC’s fall finales for Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and newcomer How to Get Away with Murder ended on a high note.

All three dramas from showrunner Shonda Rhimes delivered strong ratings Thursday night, with Grey’s at 8.3 million viewers and a 2.4 adults 18-49 rating, Scandal at 10 million and a 3.1 rating and HTGAWM with 9.8 million and a 3.1 rating. HTGAWM in particular rose 7 percent from last week.

ABC points out the network won all four Thursdays in the adult demo during the November “sweeps” period—which hasn’t happened for the ABC in at least 23 years. The block was also up 20 percent over last year. For more, read Natalie Abrams’ interviews with Rhimes and the cast of Thursday night’s episodes of Scandal and HTGAWM. READ FULL STORY

'Under the Dome' actor to star in Syfy thriller

Syfy’s Childhood’s End has found its lead: EW can exclusively report the miniseries has cast Mike Vogel (Under the Dome, Bates Motel) as Ricky Stormgren, a midwestern farmer whose life is turned upside down when he is chosen to be the sole representative on Earth for an alien species apparently seeking to aide humanity. “Ricky struggles with his new-found fame as a blue collar prophet, facing the weight of the entire world looking to him for answers.”

Vogel joins Emmy nominee Charles Dance (Game of Thrones), who will portray the alien Overlord Karellen, along with Ashley Zukerman (Manhattan) and Osy Ikhile (Clap!).

Childhood’s End is a six-hour miniseries adapted from Arthur C. Clarke’s 1953 novel and is produced by Akiva Goldsman (Lone Survivor) and Mike DeLuca (Captain Philips), with writer Matthew Graham (BBC’s Life on Mars). The show will premiere next year and is one of several productions embracing traditional science fiction that are in the works at Syfy.

Comedian Cheech Marin to guest star on CW's 'Jane The Virgin'

CW’s Jane The Virgin is getting a dose of serious comedy cred: EW has learned exclusively that legendary comic Cheech Marin will guest star as abuelita Alba’s love interest. READ FULL STORY

First Look: HBO's 'Looking' goes into the woods for season 2

Looking, HBO’s dramedy about three gay pals (Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez, and Murray Bartlett) living in San Francisco, returns for its second season on Jan. 11. The boys, in search of some peace, are hitting the great outdoors. READ FULL STORY

What's on the menu at Bob's Burgers this Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving is upon us, and we know what you’ve all been wondering: What dish, rife with puns, will Bob’s Burgers serve up this holiday?

Look no further. EW exclusively obtained the menu, which reads: “We’re normally closed on Thanksgiving but if we were open here’s what we’d serve: The Melts In Your Ply-Mouth Burger—a turkey burger with cranberry sauce served with pumpkin pie fries and extra wine (And then a little bit more wine, in the kitchen—to get you through the day).” Now (sing as Linda Belcher), pass the cranberry sauce.

While we’re on the subject of Bob’s Burgers and Thanksgiving (bear with me, this transition will make sense), let’s just take a moment to remember The National singing “Sailors in Your Mouth.”

Bob’s Burgers‘ Thanksgiving episode airs Sunday at 9:30/8:30c on Fox.

 

'How to Get Away with Murder' boss talks killer twist

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the midseason finale of How to Get Away with Murder, including the identity of the killer. Read at your own risk!

How to Get Away with Murder finally revealed Sam Keating’s killer tonight—but the ABC freshman drama also left viewers with a head-scratching, yet shocking revelation before going off the air until 2015.

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'Scandal' postmortem: What's next after the shocking disappearance?

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday’s midseason finale of Scandal.

During Scandal’s midseason finale, Olivia seemingly left D.C. once again—but this time, it wasn’t by choice.

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Fox announces midseason premiere dates, 'Glee' moved to Fridays for final season

Fox has unveiled a slew of premiere dates for its midseason schedule, and the new direction in which it will send Glee is Friday: The musical dramedy will begin its final season on Jan. 9 with a two-hour season opener at 8 p.m. before moving into its Friday-at-9 p.m. slot on Jan. 16. READ FULL STORY

Joey McIntyre answers Awkward Questions about 'The McCarthys' and New Kids on the Block

New Kids on the Block singer and actor Joey McIntyre, 41,  stars as a strong-headed brother in a big Boston brood on the CBS family comedy The McCarthys (Thursdays, 9:30 p.m.). Can he hang tough with a few Awkward Questions? READ FULL STORY

Will anyone invest in the anti-snack machine on 'Shark Tank'?

Your days—and nights—of unauthorized snacking are about to end, if two entrepreneurs have their way. READ FULL STORY

IFC releases premiere date, trailer for season 5 of 'Portlandia'

You hear that snap? You hear that clap? That is the sound of IFC unveiling a premiere date, trailer, and guest list for season five of Portlandia. READ FULL STORY

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