Glee reaches the 100 episode milestone with Tuesday’s hour, fittingly titled “100.” To celebrate the occasion, guest-star Gwyneth Paltrow reprises her Emmy-winning role of substitute teacher Holly Holliday (Kristin Chenoweth and Chace Crawford also make appearances) and even gets to croon a cover of Pharrell’s Oscar-nominated hit “Happy.” EW has the exclusive first listen of her version below. READ FULL STORY
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When Ramona Singer admits something is weird, you know it must be really crazy.
In this exclusive clip of Tuesday night’s episode of The Real Housewives of New York City, everyone seems to get pretty comfortable in Aviva’s bedroom, including both her current and ex-husband, who happens to be there with another housewife Sonja. Well, we all know that everyone has pretty much slept with Harry already, but apparently it may have been in the same bed as well! Watch below: READ FULL STORY
We’ve all been there — some super cool kid in the seventh grade is having the Bat Mitzvah to End All Bat Mitzvahs, and you didn’t get an invite. And since Bob’s Burgers’ breakout favorite Tina Belcher is the epitome of all things middle school, of course she’s singing the bat mitzvah blues in the newest installment of Fox’s hit animated show.
In the March 16 episode “Mazel Tina,” the eldest Belcher child is bummed that she didn’t get invited to Tammy’s bat mitzvah, but being the inventive, idea-riddled little gem that she is, she finds a way to score an invite by volunteering Bob and co. to cater the glamorous event.
Watch an exclusive clip below, and tune in to an all-new Bob’s Burgers (one of EW’s picks for the ten funniest shows on TV right now) on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET. READ FULL STORY
The ladies of Lifetime’s hit series Devious Maids are back – and by the looks of a new poster for season 2, with plenty of oh-so-juicy secrets. READ FULL STORY
A brand new season of Orphan Black means a brand new clone. And we have all the intel on said clone right here! Meet Jennifer Fitzsimmons, a 28-year old teacher and swim coach. And you are about to meet Jennifer the same way Cosima does, through a series of video diaries that Cosima discovers while researching her own respiratory illness.
According to co-creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett, Cosima may not like what she finds. “Jennifer is a bright-eyed Midwestern pure of heart girl,” says Manson. But, as Fawcett explains, “Jennifer is a clone who was naïve, she didn’t know she was a clone, and was being monitored by her boyfriend. She gets sick, and with a kind of the version of the illness that Katja had. And of course, a version of the illness that Cosima has. Just that discovery alone is the kind of discovery that shakes Cosima. It really rattles her.”
With Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Avengers: Age of Ultron all coming our way starting next month, Marvel’s “Phase 2″ is poised to deliver some of its most exciting and action-packed films yet. And in the new ABC special Marvel Studios: Assembling A Universe, viewers will get a chance to see firsthand how their favorite stories are brought to life on the big screen.
'Cesar 911': Dog whisperer calms down three bickering bichons (and their owner) on new show -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
On Cesar Millan’s hit show Dog Whisperer, the canine expert would help owners and their troubled dogs in times of need. Now, Cesar is coming to the rescue with his new show Cesar 911, changing the behavior of unruly animals and owners, whether they think they need it or not,
Each week, Cesar visits a different neighborhood being taken over by a four-legged menace, turned in by the owner’s co-workers, relatives or friends. In this exclusive clip from Friday night’s episode, Cesar visits a Greek restaurant where the owner’s three bichons, known as “The Moos,” are constantly barking at other dogs and causing a ruckus. Watch below to see Cesar work his magic almost instantly: READ FULL STORY
From Family Jewels to inside the yellow tape: Gene Simmons will play himself on Wednesday’s episode of CSI.
The episode on CBS will involve a rock-and-roll-themed murder mystery. Simmons is questioned while holding a pair of tiny not-so-whiteys.
Here’s a peek: READ FULL STORY
Countdown to the 'Bachelor' finale: Juan Pablo can't answer Neil Lane's tough questions -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Today’s the day, rose lovers! By the time we fall asleep tonight, we’ll know the outcome of Juan Pablo’s aventura to find love. Will he choose Clare? Will he choose Nikki? Will he propose? Will he walk away alone? Luckily, we’re only a few hours away from finding out the answers.
To tide you over until the finale, we’ve got one last installment of our countdown to the Bachelor finale. Specifically, it’s an exclusive deleted scene from the season’s last episode, in which Juan Pablo meets with jeweler Neil Lane to look at rings and discuss his final two women. And by discuss, we mean he says, “They smile a lot.” And when Neil Lane asks Juan Pablo who he “shine[s] the most with,” Juan Pablo doesn’t seem to have an answer. All of this leads to one burning question: Will he propose to anyone?
Watch the Bachelor fumble over his words (and look a little panicked) in the clip below:
Hulu is amping up its original programming game with a new bingeworthy series, set to premiere in its entirety on the web April 9.
The show is Deadbeat, a quirky supernatural comedy that follows Kevin (Tyler Labine), described as “a hapless medium who will do anything to finish New York City ghosts’ unfinished business.”
Joining Labine (a breakout on The CW’s Reaper, also a supernatural comedy) are Tropic Thunder’s Brandon T. Jackson, Melissa & Joey’s Lucy Devito, and So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley making her scripted comedy debut as a celeb psychic named Camomile. The series comes from co-creators Cody Heller and Brett Konner (FX’s Wilfred) and Troy Miller (Arrested Development).
Deadbeat will make its world premiere at SXSW on March 11. Until then, EW’s got your exclusive first look at a trio of trailers themed around various major moments for the horror genre — particularly the 1940s, ‘70s, and ‘80s. The trailers are a nod to the sort of genre fans Hulu hopes to grab on April 9 when the series debuts.
Check out the clips below: READ FULL STORY
Tomorrow, tomorrow, The Bachelor finale is tomorrow. It’s only a day ah-way! Okay, that’s enough. Perhaps I should let Juan Pablo’s phone do the singing.
In day four of our countdown to the Bachelor finale, we’ve got an exclusive look at a deleted scene involving Juan Pablo and what appears to be his signature move. In this clip, Juan Pablo pulls out his phone and plays Nikki a song, the same way he pulled out a phone and played Clare a song in Saturday’s clip.
But this time, instead of him playing a song his significant other already knows, Juan Pablo picks a song specifically for Nikki. And with lyrics like, “‘Cause you’re the only one for me; your love is like the deep blue sea,” we don’t blame Nikki for feeling reassured. But when he starts to sing along? Yep, he did that with Clare too.
Watch the video below: READ FULL STORY
Countdown to the 'Bachelor' finale: Juan Pablo and Clare find their potential wedding song -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
It’s officially time for day three of our countdown to the Bachelor finale! The subject of choice: A deleted scene featuring a tender moment between Juan Pablo and one of his final two women, Clare.
Before all the drama surrounding Juan Pablo and Clare’s dip in the ocean, they were just the happy couple who went on the first one-on-one date of the season. And during that date, they were treated to a private concert from Josh Krajcik. From that point on, they’ve considered Krajcik’s “No Better Lovers” their song. They even danced to it during a one-on-one date later in the season.
And in an exclusive deleted scene, we see Juan Pablo surprise Clare by playing it on his phone, a move that makes her tear up and proclaim, “We should just play it when we get married.”
Watch the video below: READ FULL STORY
Countdown to the 'Bachelor' finale: Chris Harrison, Juan Pablo disagree on why Andi left -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Which of you rose lovers is ready for round two?
Yesterday, we launched our Countdown to the Bachelor finale, in which we will release one exclusive deleted scene each day until Juan Pablo makes his final choice. Day one was all about Juan Pablo’s late-night swim with Clare, and day two focuses on another big talking point this season: Andi’s
fantasy nightmare suite.
Just after Andi left Juan Pablo behind, Chris Harrison stopped by to try to figure out what happened. In the clip, Juan Pablo explains that Andi “wasn’t feeling it.” But when the Bachelor starts to talk about whether the word “default” even exists in his vocabulary, Chris tries to jump in and play Dr. Phil by explaining the real reason Andi left. Does Juan Pablo listen?
Watch the video below and find out:
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