Once Upon a Time is stocking up on familiar characters in the second half of its fourth season.
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The role of youngest Original sibling is currently being played by Daniel Sharman on The Originals, but for longtime fans of the Original family, they’ll remember back when Kol was a little more into biting necks than casting a spell. And it’s that version of Kol, played by Nathaniel Buzolic, that we’re going to see in the upcoming Kol-centric web series, The Originals: The Awakening.
In the four-part web series, which centers around Kol, we will find the Original in the French Quarter, only this time, it’s 1914 and he’s trying to form an alliance with the witches. According to The CW, “Fans will learn how and why Kol found himself in opposition to his vampire siblings, why he was daggered, and the unique back story he has with the witches.” The series will run parallel to the storyline of The Originals and will tie into the mid-season finale on Monday, Dec. 8.
For now, here’s an exclusive first look at the first segment of The Originals: The Awakening, in which Kol’s story begins.
Julia Stiles has landed a guest arc on The Mindy Project, EW has learned exclusively.
Having tried their hands at cocaine dealing and/or country singing in last season’s Archer Vice adventures, the Archer crew will get back to doing the thing what they do best (or, possibly, worst) when the animated FX show returns in January: spying.
It’s merge time on Survivor: San Juan del Sur this Wednesday night, and we’ve got your first exclusive look at said merge right here. Check out how happy everyone appears to be as they engage in the traditional merge feast! (Did Jeff Probst make them trade comfort items for that food?) Of course, we know that happiness will soon fade for many as alliance lines are drawn going into the first pre-merge Tribal Council and one of these players is booted out of the game. But while we peek ahead, let’s also look back at the first half of the season by checking in with one of the contestants for a mid-game chat. We caught up with Jeremy Collins to get his thoughts on the big rice trade, his wife’s bizarre lie, and…an apology to John Rocker? READ FULL STORY
[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE LATEST EPISODE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY: FREAK SHOW.]
American Horror Story: Freak Show‘s two-part Halloween episode came to a conclusion with two major deaths: Patti LaBelle’s devoted maid Dora and fan favorite Twisty the Clown. But are they really gone for good? Plus, what does it mean that Lily Rabe is returning as Sister Mary Eunice? If you’re an AHS fan, you’ll want to read this interview with co-creator Ryan Murphy. READ FULL STORY
Andrew J. West sure does have an appetite. First we saw him eating humans on The Walking Dead as leader of the cannibals at Terminus, and now the man who played Gareth is following that up with a scene in — where else? — a restaurant. READ FULL STORY
The American Horror Story installments of Asylum and Freak Show just became even more connected: EW has exclusively learned that Lily Rabe will be appearing on Freak Show and reprising her Asylum role as nun Sister Mary Eunice. The actress, who has appeared in every season of AHS and is currently starring in the ABC midseason series The Whispers, will shoot her spot this weekend.
The reason for Sister Mary’s return involves Pepper (Naomi Grossman) and how she ended up going from the freak show to Asylum‘s titular institution, Briarcliff. Rabe’s appearance will be on AHS‘ 10th episode, which is their big winter cliffhanger.
EW has also confirmed reports that Neil Patrick Harris and his husband, David Burtka, will indeed appear on Freak Show this season but in separate episodes.
As if being the King of France isn’t hard enough, Francis has had to do it all the while being haunted by the spirit of his dead father. And as fans of Reign know, Francis was the one responsible for his father’s death, and therefore has been living with a great deal of guilt.
But in an exclusive sneak peek from this week’s episode, Francis can no longer keep his secret. In a confrontation with the woman Henry is possessing, Francis admits to killing his father … only he might have said it a little too loudly.
Max Braverman has grown up in front of Parenthood fans. He’s no longer the small child jumping in mud puddles on the playground. Now, he’s the teen who has found his first crush in a girl named Dylan. He’s not entirely sure how to feel about it, and neither are his parents, but nevertheless, it’s happening.
As viewers learned last week, Dylan’s feelings for Max currently rank at a 2.5 on a scale of 1 to 5. And in an exclusive sneak peek from this week’s episode, Max and Dylan try to take another step forward: Not only is she in his room, but they’re practicing the art of complimenting each other. Meanwhile, Kristina and Adam practice the art of snooping.
The Gallaghers are back—and this time, they’ve got guns.
Showtime’s radical drama—no, wait, comedy—rocked the boat last year with its deliriously dark fourth season, which was heavy even by the show’s own standard. This January, Shameless is back for a fifth cycle of family drama that just might bring the crazy to a new level.
The brand new trailer, which officially debuts on Sunday—but is available now exclusively on EW—teases plenty of new twists for season five. What’s to come, exactly? For one thing, there’s the possible return of Jimmy, whom Fiona swears she sees around town. READ FULL STORY
We’re still talking about the final moments of last week’s How to Get Away with Murder. In a stunning climax, Annalise (the brilliant Viola Davis) sat at her vanity, removed all of her make-up (and her wig), then confronted her husband, Sam (Tom Verica), with this now-famous line, “Why is your penis on a dead girl’s phone?” And now EW has exclusive video of what happens next.
To get all the answers (sorta!), check out the scene from tonight’s highly anticipated episode, airing at 10 p.m. ET on ABC: READ FULL STORY
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