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'American Horror Story': Ryan Murphy on the latest 'Coven' and whether [SPOILER] is dead -- EXCLUSIVE


The dead bodies are starting to pile up on American Horror Story: Coven. As is typical for this franchise, characters begin to get the ax as the season winds down and last night was no exception.

'Hawaii Five-0' casts Tom Berenger as Danny's father -- EXCLUSIVE

We already knew that Danno’s mom was going to make a trip to the island but get ready for a full family reunion on Hawaii Five-0!

EW has learned exclusively that Tom Berenger is set to guest star on an upcoming episode of the CBS cop drama, playing none other than Danno’s ex-firefighter father!

He will appear alongside Melanie Griffith, who, as previously announced, will play Danny’s mom in three episodes airing in 2014. Berenger is set to appear alongside Griffith in the last of those three.

'Grey's Anatomy' mid-season finale sneak peek: Alex's trip down memory lane turns dark -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Alex Karev’s words — and Justin Chambers’ acting — might give you chills in this week’s Grey’s Anatomy.

The doc’s emotions have been simmering under his tough-guy surface ever since his dad first appeared — or, really, reappeared — and in this week’s mid-season finale, everything will come to a boil.

It doesn’t start off that way, of course. Alex finally sits down with his dad and even starts reminiscing with him about a trip to the carnival when Alex was a kid. But things take a dark turn when Alex’s mother comes up in the conversation. For anyone who’s watched the show from the beginning and is familiar with the struggles of Alex’s past, this is a vastly important character moment for him.

Watch the exclusive sneak peek below to see what we mean.

'Grimm': Alexis Denisof teases 'charismatic' new villain -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

Alexis Denisof is trying to rule the world. But as his character will learn quickly after making his debut on NBC’s Grimm on Friday, it’s much easier said than done.

“His goal is the be the center and ruler of the entire universe and so he’s eliminating all obstacles,” Denisof says of his character, Viktor, cousin of Sean Renard and the late Eric. “It’s not easy to rule the world and there are quote a few steps along the way….He’s stepping into a very complicated situation.”

For one, he’s out for revenge for the death of Eric, who was killed earlier this season. “He has his suspicions of the who, what, when, and where of the murder, and he brings Adalind into his alliance to figure out the details of that.”

In all, taking on the role of Viktor Albert Wilhelm George Beckendor (say that three times…) has been a joy thus far, says Denisof, who reunited with “old pal” Angel executive producer David Greenwalt in taking on the role. “He’s sort of a charismatic megalomaniac,” he says. “I like the character because he’s doing everything with confidence and panache. He’s the poshest character I’ve ever attempted.”

Denisof will first appear on Friday but has shot four episodes so far, with more in the works. “I hope he’ll be the villain you love to watch,” he says. “There are villains who are just creepy, they do the job of scaring you and they leave. But in this case, I think there’s much more to relish.”

Check out some more exclusive photos below. READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' sneak peek: Roy in deep trouble -- EXCLUSIVE

Roy (Colton Haynes) is getting bold in this week’s Arrow as he seeks out the truth about a mysterious death for a friend, but his bravery could land the dude in some pretty serious trouble.

“Roy is trying to get more information on Max because Sin has asked for his help. So he gets the information and, in true Roy Harper fashion, somehow ends up sweaty in a dungeon somewhere,” teases Haynes. “He’s sticking his nose in the wrong business.

The exclusive clip below from tomorrow’s midseason finale explains more and hints to the start of what’s going to be a tough episode for poor Roy.

Meanwhile, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said the episode will find Barry Allen finally getting a peek inside the “batcave” but the experience will prove less than thrilling for the Arrow fanboy. “Part of the episode is Barry getting to revel in that and part of it is him getting to see is sometimes it’s better not to meet your heroes because they’re complicated, cranky and maybe jealous of the way you’re looking at their assistant,’ he teased.  READ FULL STORY

Check out 'Broad City,' Amy Poehler's favorite new show -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

What’s on Amy Poehler’s must-watch list for 2014? (Hint: it’s not season 2 of Swamp Pawn.)

In this week’s issue, the Parks and Recreation star raves about Broad City, the new show she’s producing for Comedy Central. (It premieres Jan. 22 at 10:30PM.)

If that title sounds familiar, that’s probably because its creators and stars, Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, have already earned a cult following for the web series that inspired it, which featured them riffing on their fabulously awkward lives as twentysomething New Yorkers. (You might also recognize Glazer from the viral video “S–t New Yorkers Say.”) Poehler and fellow funny people Kristen Schaal and Hannibal Buress have appeared in the web series, and Girls creator Lena Dunham counts herself among its fans.

“I remember seeing the episode [where] Ilana was sensual dancing for Hannibal,” Dunham tells EW. “I thought, ‘These girls are geniuses.’” READ FULL STORY

'Happy Endings': VH1 to re-air all 57 episodes -- EXCLUSIVE

Listen up, Happy Endings fans! We have the second-best news you could ask for (behind a revival, of course). EW has learned exclusively that VH1 has acquired all 57 episodes of the oh-so-lovable sitcom and will be airing them on Wednesdays in 2014.

But first, the cable premiere of Happy Endings will begin with a marathon of all 57 episodes starting on New Year’s Eve — Tuesday, Dec. 31 — at 8 p.m. ET. The marathon will run all the way through New Year’s Day. But don’t worry: If you’ve got plans to be out on the town, the marathon is only the kick-off event. Happy Endings will then settle into its new time slot on Wednesday nights from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. starting Jan. 8.

The episodes will also be available online using VH1′s TV Everywhere platforms and the VH1 app.

So what do you say we jump-start the Happy days, huh? Watch a clip of Penny’s 30th birthday party below:

'New Year's Rockin' Eve': Ariana Grande, The Fray, Capital Cities, and Daughtry set to perform -- EXCLUSIVE

Your last few hours of 2013 just got a lot more musical.

EW has learned exclusively that ABC has added four performers to the roster for Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2014. Capital Cities, Daughtry, Ariana Grande, and The Fray are all hitting the stage at the West Coast party, which will be hosted by Fergie. They join previously scheduled performers Jason Derülo, Fall Out Boy, Florida Georgia Line, Jennifer Hudson, Enrique Iglesias, and Robin Thicke.

Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2014 will air on Tuesday, Dec. 31, at 8 p.m. on ABC.

'The Mentalist': Lisbon's getting a [SPOILER] -- EXCLUSIVE

If you thought The Mentalist 2.0 was done with the introductions, think again. EW has learned that the second half of the season, which kicks off Jan. 5, will see the introduction of a new boyfriend for Lisbon (Robin Tunney)!

“In order for her to fulfill herself — even if she eventually fulfills herself with Jane, which she may or may not do — she has to find other relationships, other perspectives, other people who love her, just to feel fully who she is,” executive producer Bruno Heller says. “It’s very important for her to be able to step away from Jane and see herself for herself.”

Lisbon’s new beau, who is not currently cast, is set to appear in episode 15 or 16.

The news surely comes to the sadness of some fans who are eager to see Lisbon and Jane (Simon Baker) take their friendship to more, um, official levels. But Heller says they’re far from done exploring those two characters as a pair. In fact, the episode “Golden Hammer,” tentatively set to air Jan. 12, will show “a new side of the relationship between Jane and Lisbon.”

'Intelligence': Josh Holloway channels Vitruvian Man in new (shirtless!) poster -- EXCLUSIVE

Josh Holloway can do it all on CBS’ upcoming drama Intelligence, so it makes sense that this exclusive poster for the series channels Leonardo da Vinci’s famed Vitruvian Man drawing.

On the show, premiering in January, Holloway plays a high-tech intelligence operative named Gabriel who has been enhanced with a super-computer microchip in his noggin, making him the first human to ever be connected into the global information grid. (In other words, he can do with his brain what most cyber nerds need a computer for.)

Lost alum Holloway stars alongside Marg Helgenberger, who plays the director of the government cyber-security agency to which Gabriel reports, and Once Upon a Time‘s Meghan Ory, whose character is tasked with making sure no harm comes to Gabriel, which is not easy because he’s a bit of a cowboy.

The show premieres Jan. 7 at 9 p.m. following NCIS before moving to its regular spot on Mondays at 10 p.m. on Jan. 13.

'Late Night With Seth Meyers': See the poster -- EXCLUSIVE


Seth Meyers is a seasoned pro when it comes to Saturday Night Live‘s Weekend Update, but the actor is now preparing to sit behind a different desk as the host of Late Night With Seth Meyers.

EW has an exclusive first look at the art for Meyers’ new late-night talk show, which premieres Monday, Feb. 24, at 12:35 a.m. on NBC, when Jimmy Fallon leaves Late Night and takes over Jay Leno’s Tonight Show.

'Tomorrow People' extended promo: A discovery, a reveal, and a...death? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Part two of The Tomorrow People‘s mid-season finale promises to be a nail-biter. Between John being captured by Ultra, and Stephen’s determination to find some way to get to “limbo,” there are many things that could go wrong for our favorite evolutionary friends.

EW has an exclusive promo for the fall finale, which shows Stephen discovering a video of the Thanatos trials (featuring his father) and John finally fessing up to killing Roger when he was under Jedekiah’s orders. However, that doesn’t seem to stop Stephen from thinking he can still find his father. All he needs to do is almost die?

Watch the promo below:

'Bob's Burgers' sneak peak: Bob becomes a substitute teacher -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


What happens when Tina has to start calling Bob “Mr. Belcher” instead of dad? She’ll finally get to fulfill her fantasy of becoming the teacher’s pet.

Well, maybe. This Sunday’s Bob’s Burgers will find the Belcher family patriarch taking on a gig as substitute teacher when the regular home-ec instructor goes on leave because she is, in the words of guidance counselor Mr. Frond, “a drug addict.” This prompts Tina to lose herself in a gold-star-filled fever dream, and we’ve got an exclusive preview video of it right here.

Watch the clip below:


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