Kathleen Rose Perkins has landed a guest-starring role on The Millers as a potential love interest for Will Arnett’s character, EW has learned exclusively.
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It’s not every day that Richard Castle takes time away from Beckett to … start a support group?
In an exclusive look at a new ABC promo, Castle decides to start a meeting for the “Men at 10.” Now before you think that’s some secret code, it’s literally about the men whose shows air at 10 p.m. on ABC. And so far, that includes Richard Castle and Forever‘s Dr. Henry Morgan, who takes a very honest approach to the gathering, and… well, Castle is Castle.
Rocky Carroll is stepping behind the camera for a winter episode of NCIS, EW has learned exclusively.
The actor, who plays NCIS Director Leon Vance, will direct an upcoming episode of the CBS procedural. Details are being kept under wraps, but he’ll follow in the footsteps of costar Michael Weatherly (Tony DiNozzo), who directed episodes in seasons eight and 10. READ FULL STORY
For Parenthood‘s Kristina, Max’s sudden interest in girls has only made her life more stressful. Although Adam has tried to convince her that it can be a good thing, for the most part, Kristina’s focused on the potential heartbreak of it all.
And in an exclusive sneak peek at this week’s episode, Kristina is left to deal with Max’s crush on her own when Adam is out of town. And according to Max, he’s ready to ask Dylan out on an official out-of-the-house date … if only his mom would tell him how to go about doing that.
“What could be more natural than your mother’s tongue in your ear?”
We’ll just leave that line from this week’s Modern Family there for you to contemplate before actually giving you context.
For 10 years, Supernatural has given us countless scares, brother moments, life-or-death situations, and now … a musical? For the show’s 200th hour, Sam and Dean find themselves in the middle of an all-female play based on Carver Edlund’s books, a.k.a. their life.
Other than that, we don’t know much about the 200th episode, except that it will feature a rendition of “Carry On My Wayward Son” and potentially has only three male characters (two of whom are Winchesters).
So in preparation for the mysterious hour, we ranked all 199 Supernatural episodes, and now, EW has an exclusive sneak peek that goes behind the scenes of the musical(ish) episode. Watch it below to get a deeper look at some of the songs and female cast members, along with commentary from those involved, including Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki.
Horsemen of the Apocalypse, vengeful ghosts, a Golem, an evil Sandman, a Wendigo, Zombie John Cho—Sleepy Hollow‘s main duo (Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie) have fought myriad colorful monsters over the past season-and-a-half. But they’ve never had to do battle with a demon in heels.
At least, until now.
Enter the Succubus, the antagonist of this week’s episode. She’s a devil in a black dress with red skin, wickedly curved horns, and a penchant for targeting handsome dudes—which may be how Matt Barr’s Nick Hotley (sorry, Hawley) finds himself caught in her crosshairs. Watch their encounter in the exclusive clip below:
The next hour of Castle holds the moment fans have been waiting for: Castle and Beckett will tie the knot. But in order to find their way to the altar, they might need a bit of a push, and according to showrunner David Amann, that’s what the alternate reality is for.
When Castle finds himself in a world where Beckett has no idea who he is, it helps him decide to tie the knot in real life in what will be an “incredibly romantic” ceremony. But before they get there, they have to get through this alternate reality, from which has an exclusive clip of Castle’s experience getting interrogated by Beckett and attempting to convince her of their love.
Spoiler: It doesn’t look like it’s working.
Reign fans have seen what it looks like for Catherine and Mary to run a country—that is, what it looks like for Catherine and Mary to blackmail, to lie, to argue, and sometimes, to agree. But one thing that remains unseen is what it looks like for Catherine and Mary to live as commoners.
In an exclusive sneak peek from tonight’s episode, Mary and Catherine are forced to go undercover as commoners after their carriage is attacked. And during their time as normal folk, the end up coming across—the king and queen of France? Well, not exactly. They run into a pair of Mary and Francis impostors, but instead of speaking up, they decide to have a little fun.
When will Regina and Robin Hood just get together already?
That seems to be the question for Once Upon a Time fans this season, as Regina (Lana Parrilla) has tried repeatedly to push Robin (Sean Maguire) away so he’ll once again fall in love with his long dead wife Maid Marian (Christie Laing) and true love’s kiss will revive her. But, as you’ll see in EW’s exclusive sneak peek at this Sunday’s episode, he doesn’t listen.
When Chris Soules first appeared on Andi Dorfman’s season of The Bachelorette, it didn’t take long until the Iowan was nicknamed “hot farmer.” After all, he is a
rich dedicated farmer who made it known that he loves his life in Iowa and wants to find a wife who will move there with him. In other words, he needs to find a woman that he loves more than corn—or who loves corn just as much as he does.
In an exclusive look at the first promo for Soules’ Bachelor season, ABC is not holding back on the “hot farmer” issue. Turns out, the corn loves him just as much as he loves it. And if Soules routinely gets fought over this aggressively by cornstalks, he might be more prepared to be the Bachelor than anybody realized.
Once Upon a Time is stocking up on familiar characters in the second half of its fourth season.
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