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'Beauty and the Beast' is back: Why did Cat pull the trigger? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Tensions are running high for Vincent (Jay Ryan) and Cat (Kristin Kreuk) on The CW’s Beauty and the Beast, which returns from its mid-season hiatus this Monday.

Despite trying to prevent Vincent from further injuries, last November’s mid-season finale left Cat with no other choice but to shoot him. In a new exclusive clip for the upcoming episode, we see a charged scene between the two as Cat and Vincent have a heated discussion over why she pulled the trigger. Watch the exclusive clip below:
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The CW releases new premiere dates, adjusted mid-season schedule

This holiday season, The CW is tweaking its schedule a bit. By the time your favorite shows return, some of them will find themselves in a new time slot.

When Star-Crossed, The CW’s new drama about a love story between a human an alien, premieres Feb. 17, it will fill Hart of Dixie‘s current time slot on Mondays at 8 p.m. Dixie will then be shuffled to Fridays at 9 p.m. beginning March 21.

Next up, The CW will premiere The 100, a post-apocalyptic drama, on March 19 when it takes over The Tomorrow People‘s current spot on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. As of March 17, viewers can catch The Tomorrow People on Mondays at 9 p.m.

So what happens to Beauty and the Beast? Well, after the show’s March 10 airing, it will go on hiatus. A return date for the show is yet to be announced.

Finally, Whose Line Is It Anyway? will return March 21, airing Fridays at 8 p.m. After its return, encore episodes will also air at 8:30 p.m. following original episodes at 8 p.m. Encore episodes of the first season will also air Fridays at 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. from Feb. 14 to March 14.

The new schedule looks as follows:
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'Beauty and the Beast' casts Tom Everett Scott for intense recurring role -- EXCLUSIVE

Beauty and the Beast will have a new recurring face in the new year…and it’s Tom Everett Scott!

EW has learned exclusively that Scott has landed a recurring role on the CW series, playing a character named Sam, a brilliant archaeologist with a short fuse who is described as someone “who can be charming on one hand and maniac on the other.”

Sam’s backstory will be revealed in his first appearance, set for episode 12 and airing in 2014, and continue to unravel as he crosses paths with Kat, Vincent and Co. But what we can share is that he’s been in isolation for many years — something that may not be of his own doing — and his experience has changed him. Hmm…

Scott last appeared on television in TNT’s Southland, which concluded this year.

Beauty and the Beast airs Mondays on the CW.

'Beauty and the Beast' sneak peek: Most awkward Thanksgiving ever? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Tensions are high during Beauty and the Beast‘s Thanksgiving episode, which will find Kat and Vincent sitting down to dinner with, among others, her father, who we’re guessing probably doesn’t consider subtlety to be among his most fine-tuned skills.

Take a look at the awkward dinner below and watch the entire episode tonight at 9 p.m. ET on the CW. READ FULL STORY

'Beauty and the Beast' scoop: Elisabeth Rohm scores guest arc as...

Elisabeth Rohm is going to bring a little law and order to Beauty and the Beast.

EW has learned that the actress, best known for her role as ADA Serena Southerlyn on Law & Order, has enlisted for a four-episode guest arc on the CW drama.

She will play a character named Dana Maron, an FBI agent who “is dedicated to cleaning up the FBI,” according to a character description. Furthermore, Dana, who arrives in town to spearhead a series of investigations into a string of undercover operations, will team up with Cat (Kristin Kreuk) after being led to believe the detective has a special connection to the cases. This “may ultimately lead to Cat learning more about her own past than she ever imagined.”

Since her Law & Order days, Rohm has appeared in a series of movies and television shows and is currently recurring on The Client List.

'Beauty and the Beast': Cat tries to help Vincent regain his memory -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

These two are breakin’ my heart.

After a season finale in which we learned that Vincent is basically a shell of his old self thanks to Muirfield, the second episode of CW’s Beauty and the Beast will find Cat going to great lengths to get her guy back to normal. Well, maybe making a guy a sandwich isn’t a great length, but it’s certainly sweet.

The problem? Well, it doesn’t exactly go smoothly. Watch below.
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'Beauty and the Beast': Kristin Kreuk on what to expect this season

Everyone on Beauty and the Beast better watch their backs — because on this show, no one is safe. Last year ended with the scary Muirfield initiative capturing Vincent (Jay Ryan) while Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) watched helplessly. And this season, the show’s heroine has more than (supercharged) boyfriend troubles to deal with: She’ll also learn more about her real father, discover about her mom’s death, and gain new allies — and enemies — in the process.

“Brad Kern [Charmed] has come in as the new showrunner, and he’s working with Sherri [Cooper] and Jenn [Levin]. And he’s got a great vision,” Kreuk told EW this summer. “A lot of the procedural [stuff] that we did at the beginning of season 1 is all gone, and it’s just going to be a really rich, mythology-based show this season. Which I’m really looking forward to.”

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'Beauty and the Beast': First look at season 2 premiere -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

A new season of Beauty and the Beast is right around the corner and the exclusive image above leads us to believe it’s going to be a beast of an hour.

Puns aside, the second season truly does promise some really good drama. As Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan told EW at Comic-Con (relive the chat below), the premiere picks up three months after Vincent (Ryan) was abducted by Muirfield, and we’ll come to find that he’s changed in some major ways. He has no scar, his memory has been wiped, and, most troubling, he’s now a supercharged beast on a mysterious mission. Once reunited, it’s Cat’s (Kreuk) job to unravel the reasons behind Vincent’s change and set him right. (Unless, you know, she likes being in love a crazed super-beast.)

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'Beauty and the Beast': Sendhil Ramamurthy's Gabe comes clean -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

We know from the promo for Thursday’s episode of Beauty and the Beast, “Playing With Fire,” that Sendhil Ramamurthy, who’s recurring as A.D.A. Gabe Lowan, does some intense, shirtless acting. But as our exclusive clip below sets up, it’s a revealing hour for Gabe in other ways. We, along with Cat (Kristin Kreuk), will learn his real connection to Muirfield. (We’ll also see his involvement in flashbacks.). READ FULL STORY

'Beauty and the Beast' casts 'Twilight' actor -- EXCLUSIVE

The CW has cast an actor from the Twilight Saga in a new recurring role.

Edi Gathegi (Twilight; X-Men: First Class) is joining the romantic crime procedural in recurring role of Kyle, a “composed agent for a top-secret organization with killer looks and instincts to match. He doesn’t like his time to be wasted, and can easily assess anyone’s weaknesses and happily exploit them.”

The casting comes on the heels of The CW’s entertainment president Mark Pedowitz sounding very bullish on Beauty‘s renewal odds, telling reporters, “we’re very pleased in terms of where it’s going creatively … We believe the show has a very long run in front of it. We’ve made no announcements about a second season. But based on the passion of the fans both on the E! Online and the People’s Choice Awards, we think we have something in this epic love story between Cat and Vincent.”

While star Kristen Kreuk was recently quoted as saying the show is very much about love: “A love you build with somebody over time despite difficulties. It’s about looking past a person’s looks and chequered past to see their inner beauty, ” she said. “Catherine sees a man [in Vincent] who has gone through so much and even though she knows he’s not right for her, deep down she knows she can’t walk away from him.” Aww…

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'Beauty and the Beast' gets full season

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Beauty and the Beast will roar into 2013.

The new supernatural crime drama starring Kristin Kreuk just received an additional nine episodes from The CW.

This marks the second freshman drama to get a full ride from the network this fall (the first, of course, is Arrow). So far, the show is averaging 2.4 million viewers and a 1.3 rating among adults 18-34, the network’s target demographic.

What about Emily Owens M.D.? No decision yet on Tuesday’s quirky doctor dramedy. We bet that Beauty would get a full season and not Emily Owens in the most recent edition of Death Watch. Going into CW’s fall, it felt like musical chairs with three shows (Emily, Arrow and Beauty) and two chairs since a shortened Gossip Girl was only airing until the end of the year and the network has Cult and Carrie Diaries waiting in the wings. But sources say that’s far from certain, since The CW’s seasons are pretty short and Cult could launch in late spring.

'Beauty and the Beast' Comic-Con panel: Kristin Kreuk transitions from Lana Lang to a hard-boiled homicide detective

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You know you want more Comic-Con coverage! During a panel this afternoon moderated with ninja-like precision by EW’s Dalton Ross, the CW screened the entire pilot episode of upcoming drama Beauty and the Beast (premieres Oct. 11). In the modern retelling of the classic fairytale, Smallville‘s Kristin Kreuk plays Catherine Chandler, an NYPD homicide detective who witnessed the murder of her mother years ago. She also remembers “a beast” attacking her mother’s killer and then saving Catherine’s life.

In the pilot, Catherine discovers the identity of the beast — it’s Vincent Keller (played by Ryan), a survivor of a military experiment gone very, very wrong. Catherine’s re-introduction to Vincent occurs as she investigates a murder, and it seems the show will be set up to cover a “case of the week.” We saw two attack scenes from the beast — but as they were from Catherine’s perspective, the action was a bit blurry and we don’t yet know many physical characteristics of the beast, his capabilities, the true extent of his “rage,” etc. READ FULL STORY

CW's 'Beauty and the Beast': Watch Kristin Kreuk kick ass -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Want to see a cool fight scene from The CW’s upcoming re-imagining of the classic Beauty and the Beast?

Below, Kristin Kreuk’s NYC homicide detective Catherine Chandler has a subway throwdown with two attackers — and has an encounter with a lethal and mysterious new protector.

If you’re at Comic-Con and want to see the show’s entire pilot, head over to Ballroom 20 at 3:30 p.m. There Kreuk and costar Jay Ryan, as well as executive producers Jennifer Levin, Sherri Cooper, Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders, will screen the first episode and take your questions. Otherwise, you’ll have to wait until Oct. 11 when Beauty and the Beast debuts on The CW. Here’s your three-minute clip: READ FULL STORY

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