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Beckett meets Richard Castle, P.I., in exclusive 'Castle' sneak peek

Castle and Beckett know what it means to be partners, but how will they handle a little healthy competition? We’re about to find out—because now that Castle is no longer allowed to work with the NYPD, he has taken matters into his own hands.

In an exclusive sneak peek at the show’s return, Castle shows up at a crime scene to surprise Beckett with his latest achievement: A private investigator’s license. The good news? He’s back in the game. The bad news? He’s technically no longer part of the team. And therefore, well, it’s complicated.


Watch 'Glee' star Lea Michele sing 'Let It Go' in the season premiere -- exclusive

Glee returns for its sixth and final season this Friday on Fox at 8 p.m. ET. The show is tackling one of the most iconic pop songs of recent years, Frozen‘s “Let It Go,” and EW has the exclusive clip of Lea Michele’s performance. The video will also be shown on tonight’s episode of American Idol. READ FULL STORY

'AHS: Freak Show': Who's the latest freak to die? [Spoiler] talks the major twist -- exclusive

[SPOILER ALERT: This post discusses plot details of the Jan. 7 episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show.]

It wasn’t such a Happy New Year for a lot of the freaks on American Horror Story. Jimmy (Evan Peters) discovered that Stanley (Denis O’Hare) had sold his hands. Elsa (Jessica) found out the sad fate of Ma Petite. But the fella who had the worst batch of luck was definitely Michael Chiklis’ Dell: the strongman was shot dead by Elsa after he confessed to Ma Petite’s murder. EW talked exclusively to Chiklis about the twist and whether he’d return to AHS for the fifth season.


'Hawaii Five-0' lands Jon Lovitz

Hawaii Five-0 continues to beef up its guest casting with funnyman Jon Lovitz, who will appear in the Daniel Dae Kim-directed episode, EW has learned exclusively.


'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:


Exclusive: LL Cool J to host Spike's 'Lip Sync Battle'

What began as a fun segment on Jimmy Fallon’s late night shows—everyone remembers Emma Stone’s epic performance—is now growing into a full-fledged series of its own. With John Krasinski and Stephen Merchant signed on as two of the producers, Lip Sync Battle will debut on Spike on April 2.

And EW has learned exclusively that LL Cool J has signed on to host the show, which will feature celebrities going head-to-head, each lip-syncing a song of their choice.

“Like the rest of the world, I’m a big fan of these battles, but this show is going to bring it to a whole new level,” LL Cool J said in a press release. “I’m thrilled to be working with Jimmy Fallon, John Krasinski, Stephen Merchant, and the entire team to host the show and can’t wait for the fans at home to join in!!”

Spike has ordered 10 episodes of the show, which is set to tape in January in New York City.

First look: Billy Burke returns to 'Major Crimes' for two-part finale

Billy Burke will reprise his role as serial rapist and killer Phillip Stroh in the Major Crimes season finale—and EW has the exclusive first look.


First look: 'Last Man Standing' hosts 'Home Improvement' reunion

Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor will reunite with his Home Improvement wife on Last Man Standing—and EW has the exclusive first look.


'Archer' Is The New Black: The prison plotline you won't be seeing this season

The sixth season of FX’s animated series Archer (premiering Jan. 8 at 10 p.m.) finds the show’s bickering spies back in the espionage game, after spending the previous year trying to sell a metric ton of cocaine. But creator-writer Adam Reed had originally planned to send self-obsessed Sterling Archer, new mom Lana, booze-sodden boss Malory, and the rest of the team to the hoosegow to pay for their crimes.

“It was an offhand comment by someone,” says Reed of the idea to put Archer & co. behind bars. “We sat down and talked about it and were laughing about it, and instantly story ideas were spilling out. Then some wet blanket said, ‘Well, you know, it’s going to seem like we’re ripping off Orange Is the New Black.’ It just sucked all the air out of the room.”

Not wanting to let a good idea go to waste, we asked Reed and the animators to give us a taste of how the season would have looked if they’d gone through with their “Archer behind bars” idea. You can see the exclusive, prison-movie-referencing Archer-in-the-bighouse illustration above.


First Look: Lee Pace guest stars on 'The Mindy Project' as Mindy's 'first'

When The Mindy Project returns, Mindy will start her Stanford fellowship, but don’t expect her new adventure to be the only challenge that her relationship with Danny will have to overcome. There’s a much more attractive challenge facing the couple: Lee Pace.

Pace is set to guest star as Alex, the man Mindy lost her virginity to, in an episode airing Jan. 13.

In an exclusive first look at Pace’s time on the show, we are transported back in time to Mindy’s days in college with Alex, which apparently included bangs, Big Gulps, and dorm-room beds. As for their present day run-in, Mindy and Alex—and their shorter ‘dos—reconnect at a bar.


Dr. Leslie Thompkins meets Jim Gordon in exclusive 'Gotham' sneak peek

When Gotham returns, Jim Gordon will be swapping his detective badge for a blue uniform … and a new relationship? It’s possible.

Now working at Arkham, Jim quickly meets Dr. Leslie Thompkins, played by Morena Baccarin. And according to Baccarin, they start out as friends, but that’s not to say they won’t become more than that. “He’s a very complicated man,” she said with a laugh. READ FULL STORY

Exclusive 'Revenge' sneak peek: David and Victoria find Daniel's body

Revenge‘s mid-season finale quite literally ended with a bang: Kate’s attempt to shoot Emily fatally wounded Daniel and was followed by Kate’s own death after Jack shot her. As the hour ended, fans sat and watched as Daniel died in Emily’s arms, having sacrificed himself for her.

When the show returns, things will pick up right where they left off. In an exclusive sneak peek of Sunday’s episode, we’re back at Grayson Manor, where David and Victoria respond to the gunshots and realize what’s occurred.


Paul Rudd to return in final season of 'Parks and Recreation' -- exclusive

Here’s some Sweet(ums) news: Paul Rudd will pop up in Pawnee again. READ FULL STORY


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