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Exclusive: 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' to feature a tie-in to 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

It should come as no surprise that Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will soon feature some sort of tie-in to The Avengers: Age of Ultron.


'Revenge' showrunner on that big death and what's next

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Revenge’s winter finale. Read at your own risk.

Another one bites the dust in Emily’s Revenge plot.


'Revenge' victim: 'It was so fitting for him to die in her arms'

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Revenge’s winter finale. Read at your own risk.

It looks like Josh Bowman’s wish came true.


'Forever' producer hints at the identity of Henry's immortal mystery caller

Since Forever’s debut, medical examiner Henry Morgan (Ioan Gruffudd) has been plagued by calls from an unknown man who claims to also be immortal. The truth about this man will come to a head during the ABC drama’s winter finale when Henry finally comes face-to-face with the mystery caller, who picked Henry up in a cab at the close of last week’s episode.

What’s next? EW got executive producer Matt Miller on the phone to find out:


'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' sneak peek: Watch Skye meet her father

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s midseason finale should just be called “Daddy Issues.”


Tracee Ellis Ross: '2014 was the year I saw my hair on TV'

One promising TV trend in 2014? The abundance of natural hair, as seen on black female characters from network TV to Netflix. Annalise Keating shed her wig and shattered narrow beauty standards on How to Get Away With Murder. The inmates’ textured hairstyles inspired emotional story lines on Orange Is the New Black. In Scandal‘s season premiere, Olivia took a rest from her silky-smooth D.C. blowouts. And Dr. Johnson’s hair on black-ish is exactly like Tracee Ellis Ross’ hair in real life: natural. Ross spoke to EW about what the boom in un-relaxed hair means to her. READ FULL STORY

'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' bosses talk Kree, Inhumans and the midseason finale

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Tuesday’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

It’s the moment Marvel fans have been waiting for since pretty much the beginning of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The blue alien that saved Coulson’s (Clark Gregg) life was finally revealed to be Kree, the same aliens seen in Guardians of the Galaxy. While it’s not surprising, since many fans had already surmised as much, it does raise many burning questions, namely whether Skye (Chloe Bennet) is actually an Inhuman.


ABC's 'Manhattan Love Story' moves to Hulu with 7 episodes

Manhattan Love Story isn’t over quite yet. After ABC canceled the ailing rom-com, Hulu has picked up the series’ seven unaired episodes.

The streaming service will roll out the episodes every Thursday, beginning Dec. 4. Manhattan Love Story, which stars Analeigh Tipton and Jake McDorman, was the first new fall show to be canceled when the network pulled the plug after just four episodes. Ratings for the premiere were underwhelming and only plummeted further, with the fourth episode delivering only 2.6 million viewers and a 0.7 rating among adults 18-49.

Hulu’s announcement came just one week after it picked up the six unaired episodes a fellow ABC flop Selfie. New episodes of Selfie are available on the streaming service every Tuesday.

Kristen Schaal's Trixie shines in 'Toy Story That Time Forgot'

Tom Hanks and Tim Allen reprise their roles as Woody and Buzz Lightyear for this year’s Toy Story holiday special, which airs tonight at 8 p.m. on ABC—but the real star of the half-hour is a dinosaur (voiced by Kristen Schaal) going through a bit of an existential crisis.

Although Trixie is a triceratops, Bonnie—her “kid”—doesn’t treat her like one. Instead, Bonnie pretends Trixie is anything but a dinosaur: One moment Trixie’s a baby reindeer, the next she’s a goblin fairy (points for creativity, Bonnie). But poor Trixie just wants to be herself.

What makes this worse is that Bonnie picks a new toy to play the role of dinosaur—a cat ornament dressed like an angel. All the other toys praise Angel Kitty for her work as a kitty-saurus, while Trixie continues to pout about Bonnie’s inability to see her for who she really is. READ FULL STORY

Watch a blind taste-off on 'The Taste' shake up the cooking competition


It’s all in how the food tastes for ABC’s The Taste, but that no longer holds true just for the show’s blind auditions. Chefs will now have to fight for their lives on the show while only relying on the quality of their food.


Jennifer Morrison defends excess of curses on 'Once Upon a Time'

If you’re one of the many fans up in arms over yet another curse plaguing Storybrooke on Once Upon a Time, you’re not alone.

At the close of Sunday’s episode, the Snow Queen’s (Elizabeth Mitchell) spell of Shattered Sight finally hit town, which will cause the residents of Storybrooke to turn on one another as they see the worst in themselves and those around them. Of course, this is far from the first curse to infect the Charming family and their people. First, there was the original Dark Curse; we’ve also seen a Sleeping Curse and that curse that took away everyone’s memories for a year.


'Once Upon a Time': How will the Spell of Shattered Sight affect Storybrooke?

Storybrooke is about to be turned upside down.

At the close of the last Once Upon a Time, the Snow Queen (Elizabeth Mitchell) released the dreaded Spell of Shattered Sight, which will cause the town’s residents to turn on one another as they can only see the most ugly aspects of themselves and others around them. Sound familiar? That’s because the spell is adapted directly from “The Snow Queen,” the Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale that Frozen is based on.

“It’s a big spell,” Mitchell tells EW from the Vancouver set of the ABC fairy tale drama, where just outside her character’s ice cream parlor, the Seven Dwarves are at each other’s throats as the spell takes hold. “What’s powerful about it is that it’s such deep magic. It doesn’t just affect one person, it affects everybody that it touches.”


'How to Get Away with Murder' cast shares best killer theories

The puppy did it.

Now that How to Get Away with Murder finally revealed that Wes (Alfred Enoch) was actually the one to land the death blow on Sam (Tom Verica), the cast opened up to EW on some of the best theories they heard before the killer reveal.



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