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'Baby Daddy' stars to crossover to 'General Hospital'

Kelly Monaco won’t be the only one having crossover fun this winter. As EW first announced, the General Hospital star will be crossing over to Baby Daddy playing an exaggerated version of herself, but now we can exclusively reveal that some of the Baby Daddy cast will return the favor by appearing on the ABC soap.

Derek Theler and Melissa Peterman, who play Danny and Bonnie Wheel on the ABC Family series, will make their way to Port Charles for the Valentine’s Day-themed episode. Here’s the scoop:


Did you catch the 'Agent Carter' premiere's 'Iron Man 2' Easter egg?

Agent Carter is chock full of references to past Marvel projects—especially Captain America, naturally—and the ABC drama already threw in a nifty Easter egg to Iron Man 2 in its series premiere.


'Agent Carter' review: All hail Hayley Atwell!

Back in 2011, before Marvel conquered the world, Hayley Atwell conquered Captain America. As tough-minded espionage agent Peggy Carter, Atwell grade-inflated a good movie into a great one, shading Cap‘s gung-ho jingoism with wry humor and old-school romanticism.

The actress has had a couple showcases since then; she was heartbreaking as a grieving wife in Black Mirror‘s most quietly freaky episode. But now comes her big spinoff moment—and in ABC’s new throwback thriller Agent Carter, Atwell is a delight. See: Atwell, undercover as a sultry platinum blonde! See: Atwell, hurling tart one-liners at an office full of misogynist postwar bros! See: Atwell, weaponizing a stapler! READ FULL STORY

Get to know the characters of 'Marvel's Agent Carter'

For those uninitiated into the world of Marvel—specifically Captain America—Agent Carter (Hayley Atwell) made her cinematic debut in Captain America: The First Avenger as a butt-kicking bombshell of an SSR agent who helped turn Steve Rogers into a shield-wielding hero. Besides knowing that Cap (Chris Evans) is presumed dead after WWII, that’s all the information you need to watch Marvel’s Agent Carter. EW hit the set of ABC’s new drama to get the scoop on the characters you’ll be meeting:


'Agent Carter' to feature Captain America... sort of

Captain America lives… sort of.

Even though Marvel’s Agent Carter picks up after the events of Captain America: The First Avenger—in which Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) crashes a plane full of nukes into the Arctic and ends up a capsicle—Captain America’s presence is still very much felt on ABC’s midseason drama, thanks to a radio show within the series.


Agent Carter crashes the boys' club

Hayley Atwell was born in 1982. But looking at her on a recent December afternoon on the set of ABC’s new series Marvel’s Agent Carter, you’d swear she walked straight to work from the 1940s. Her hair is in pin curls. Her outfit is an elegant vintage pantsuit. She practically radiates femininity. And then, in the midst of a thoughtful sentence about her new job, she lets out a loud, hearty burp.

“Get that down!” she says, grinning and pointing to a reporter’s notebook. “I love it because I look so glamorous and ladylike. The truth is out!” Let the world know: Hayley Atwell is no delicate flower. READ FULL STORY

A step-by-step guide to the medieval musical numbers of 'Galavant'

ABC is galloping into the unknown with its half-hour medieval musical comedy Galavant, premiering January 4 at 8 p.m. for four consecutive double-episode weeks. Starring Joshua Sasse as the tuneful hero (with guest appearances by the likes of Ricky Gervais as a potion peddler and John Stamos as a medieval John Stamos), the show features adventure, chivalry, and magic—not to mention musical numbers by Disney legend Alan Menken (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, everything else from your childhood). We took a look at how Galavant‘s Broadway-style songs get the royal treatment, from start to finish. READ FULL STORY

Why did 'Once Upon a Time' introduce three villains this time?

Villain is introduced. Villain does evil things. Villain’s background makes audience empathize. Villain isn’t so bad after all. It’s a complaint some Once Upon a Time fans have made in recent years after the show began introducing a new foe each half season, even if the complaint isn’t technically true—Peter Pan, for example, wasn’t redeemed.

Now the ABC fairy tale series has brought in three villains—Maleficent (Kristin Bauer Van Straten), Cruella de Vil (Victoria Smurfit) and Ursula (Merrin Dungey)—to join Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) in a quest to get their happy endings no matter the cost. Was this the writers’ way of getting away from that tried-and-true formula?


'How To Get Away with Murder': What's the deal with Bonnie's random hookup?

Ever since How to Get Away with Murder debuted, eagle-eyed viewers have been scrutinizing the show to pick up on any clues that could lead to the identity of the killer. Now that Wes (Alfred Enoch) has been revealed as the one who struck the final blow, those same fans have turned their attention elsewhere—namely, to try to figure out what’s up with Bonnie’s (Liza Weil) random murder night hookup.

No, we’re not talking about her romp in the sack with Asher (Matt McGorry). We mean her lip lock with that mysterious bar patron (Pat Healy). There are plenty of theories about this man, including a few that are way out there—like the idea that Bonnie was getting his DNA so she could tamper with the testing of Lila’s unborn fetus in a bid to protect Sam (Tom Verica).

So, what’s really the deal with this guy?


Does 'Revenge' have to end with Emily Thorne's death?

“Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.” – Confucius

When Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) set out to destroy the Grayson family for their role in the supposed death of her father, she probably had no illusions of a happy ending. After all, how do you come back from destroying so many lives, both innocent and guilty? And now that Revenge appears to be inching closer to the story’s conclusion, the question of whether Emily will survive her quest has come back to the forefront.


The Hot Seat: 'Once Upon a Time' bosses answer burning questions

Who the heck is the story book author? Will Belle (Emilie de Ravin) and Rumple (Robert Carlyle) get their happy ending? What’s the deal with the Queens of Darkness? With so many questions lingering after Once Upon a Time’s winter finale, EW decided to put executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis in The Hot Seat, where they have the option of answering your questions from Twitter with “Yes,” “No” or “Can’t say.” Get the scoop below:


'Forever': Will Henry and Jo explore a romantic relationship?

Given that ABC’s freshman drama Forever features an immortal male medical examiner (Ioan Gruffudd) working alongside a female detective (Alana de la Garza), it seems fair to assume that the duo will, at some point, explore a romantic relationship. After all, the show is very similar to both Castle and Bones, which employ the same will-they-won’t-they dynamic, and both of those couples eventually ended up hitched. What are the chances Forever will go the same route? READ FULL STORY

Exclusive: 'Once Upon a Time' casts Sebastian Roche

Originals villain Sebastian Roche has landed a guest-starring role on Once Upon a Time, EW has learned exclusively.



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