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'The Voice': Which coach makes a big steal next week? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

With the Battle rounds in full swing, things are getting tense in The Voice-box.

In this exclusive preview of next week’s matchups, artists Matt Cermanski and Brian Pounds feel the pressure to live up to their famous mentors, Ryan Tedder and Cher.

Looks like the judges are starting to feel the pressure of Blake’s triple win too — Christina looks more damsel in distress than diva when she’s faced with a difficult decision. Adam scores such a sensational steal, even he can’t believe it.

Watch a sneak peek of week five battle rounds here:
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'NCIS: LA' boss previews Callen-centric 100th episode -- VIDEO

Tuesday’s NCIS: Los Angeles episode has been nearly 75 episodes in the making.

“Let me just say, this is the best work Chris O’Donnell has ever done on the series,” executive producer Shane Brennan says of the episode, which marks the series’ 100th. “I knew I wanted to do this episode since episode 25, and I had to wait patiently to do it. … Everything you’ve learned about Callen has been set up to pay off this episode.”

In the episode, airing Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET, it has been teased that Callen will come face-to-face with a man who claims to be his father. In fact, it happens in the first minute of the show. (Watch a clip below!) And the episode then travels 8 hours back in time to explain how they got there, culminating in a big finish. “The last three minutes of the episode, Chris is just astonishing,” says Brennan. “It’s Chris, by himself, and he says these two words … it’s an amazing sequence.”

But with 100 episodes down, how many more does Brennan think NCIS: LA has left? “This show will easily reach its 200th milestone if we continue with this enthusiasm and freshness,” he says. 
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'The Walking Dead': Andrew Lincoln says 'the group dynamic has changed radically'

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The West Georgia Correctional Facility will look very different when season 4 of The Walking Dead premieres on Oct. 13. That’s not just because there is a garden growing and livestock in the fields — there are also people. A lot more people. And according to star Andrew Lincoln, while there is safety in numbers, more people and can also mean more problems. “There’s around about 50 new characters, and that puts obviously an enormous pressure on the group with the practical necessities,” Lincoln told us in the video clip below while taking a break from his recent Entertainment Weekly cover shoot. READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water': The newbies reveal what other Survivors they'd like to play with

On Survivor: Blood vs. Water, returning contestants from the show have come back to play with/against their loved ones. As a result, we have spouses (Rupert & Laura, Monica & Brad, Candice & John), other couples (Colton & Caleb, Tyson & Rachel, Kat & Hayden), mothers and daughters (Tina & Katie, Laura & Ciera), siblings (Aras & Vytas), and an uncle and niece (Gervase and Marissa).

But what if those newbies could come play with someone else that was not their loved one? Whom then would they pick? I asked them that very question while out on location before the game began. (Well, I asked most of them that question. Candice and her husband John showed up late at the very end of the day due to being a last minute medical replacement for RC and her dad, so my time with them was short and I wasn’t able to squeeze the question in. Either that or I simply forgot. But I’m going to go ahead and blame it on the time constraints.)

So what former Survivor player would Hayden like to play with? What about Brad — or, as Probst calls him, “Culpepper”? And Vytas? Find out by watching the video below. You may be surprised by some of the answers. Or maybe not. I guess it all depends on how surprised you generally get in life. In any event, enjoy… READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead': Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan promise 'more loving, less shoving' for Glenn and Maggie

Their relationship was a shining beacon of hope in an otherwise depressing-as-hell zombie apocalypse. But then Maggie was forced to strip by the Governor, and then Glenn totally acted like a jerk about it. Love on the rocks! But by the end of season 3 of AMC’s The Walking Dead, Glenn gave Maggie a ring and the lovebirds were singing once again. So how are things when the action picks up in season 4 (which premieres Oct. 13)? Stars Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan talked about the couple’s future while taking a break from their insanely hot EW photo shoot. “If we could envision a smooth ride for Maggie and Glenn this season, I think it would involve less walkers and a honeymoon,” says Cohan. “But mostly I think they’re just glad to still be alive and have each other. There was a pact they made at the end of season 3 that is going to be really interesting this season.”

Leave it to Yeun to more succinctly sum things up as “more loving, less shoving.” But speaking of that honeymoon, who would even be able to marry them? “As soon as Herschel gets ordained online he’s gonna be the one to do it,” laughs Cohan. To see more from our chat with Yeun and Cohan (who periodically bursts out into hysterics), as well as exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from our EW photo soot, just click on the video player below. And for more Walking Dead news, follow Dalton on Twitter @DaltonRoss. READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water': Jeff Probst says he would 'absolutely' vote out his wife

Jeff Probst loves his wife Lisa Ann Russell. In fact, he thinks she’s completely swell. But if the married couple played Survivor together — as several other married couples are doing when Survivor: Blood vs. Water premieres tonight at 8pm on CBS — he would have no problem whatsoever voting her out of the game. “It depends on the situation,” he told me while on location for filming of the new season, “but absolutely.“

But wait! Chivalry is not dead! Allow him to explain! After I gave him just such a situation — the pair making it to the final four and having to decide whether to vote one of them out to get an extra vote from the jury at the final Tribal Council — the host didn’t have to think twice. “I would definitely put one of us on the jury to ensure one vote,” says Probst. “Because I’m 20 percent of the way there already!” READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water' premiere: Watch the first 7 minutes here!

Pitting 10 returning players against their loved ones, Survivor: Blood vs. Water premieres on Wed., Sept. 18 on CBS. And it promises to be the most twist-heavy Survivor season ever. But you don’t have to wait until Wednesday to see it. You can watch the first seven minutes of the premiere right here and right now! READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water': Jeff Probst says he has no issue with having a 'Big Brother' player on -- VIDEO

Survivor and Big Brother both launched in the summer of 2000. Both involve contestants voting each other out in the hopes of wining a big cash prize. And both air on CBS. But the shows have far more differences than similarities. Survivor takes place entirely outdoors in exotic locations halfway around the world, while Big Brother is set in a tricked-out house in Los Angeles. For years, Survivor (along with The Amazing Race) was considered the gold standard of reality programming, while Big Brother is more of cheesy guilty pleasure in which contestants dress up in hot dog costumes and must contend with a showtunes-loving clam named Otev and a sassy robot dubbed the Zingbot.

With all that in mind, I asked Jeff Probst while on location for filming of Survivor: Blood vs. Water (which premieres on Sept. 18) whether he had any issues in having a player — Hayden Moss, boyfriend of Survivor: One World’s Kat Edorsson — from the circus that is Big Brother now competing on his show. READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water': Rachel has no idea what boyfriend Tyson is even talking about

With the exception of the exclusive joint Boston Rob and Russell Hantz interview I did before the start of Survivor: Redemption Island, every Survivor pre-game interview I have ever done has always been a 1-on-1 situation. But with returning players going up with/against their loved ones on Survivor: Blood vs. Water, I had the unique opportunity to talk to the contestants in pairs. Sometimes — like with Rupert and wife Laura — the interactions between the two were super lovey-dovey. Other times — like with Gervase and niece Marissa — they talked a bit of smack at each other’s expense. And then there was this exchange between Tyson and his confused girlfriend Rachel.

Click on the video player below to see Rachel — who has clearly not been listening to a single word her loved one has been saying — pretty much completely (if unknowingly) contradict Tyson’s entire plan should they both make it close to the end of the game. In her defense, this comes after Tyson had gone off on a somewhat random and lengthy political tangent about the Republican party, so she can’t exactly be faulted for letting her mind wander. Either way, it’s pretty hilarious and makes me hope that we are privy to many post-merge strategizing sessions between the pair.

To see the back-and-forth for yourself, just click on the video player below. Survivor: Blood vs. Water premieres Sept. 18 on CBS. READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water': Jeff Probst wants the return of more early season players

When CBS trotted out 10 all-stars last season for Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites, not one of the returning contestants came from the show’s first 15 seasons, when the reality program was a national phenomenon. Host Jeff Probst said the reason for that was the desire to showcase some of the series’ newer stars rather than leaning on old favorites. Fast forward to Survivor: Blood vs. Water (which premieres Sept. 18), however, and it is an entirely different story. Half of the 10 returning players got their start on the first 13 seasons of the show, including Gervase Peterson (from the Survivor’s very first season) and Tina Wesson (who won season 2, The Australian Outback). READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water': Hayden reveals how girlfriend Kat would do on 'Big Brother'

Hayden Moss is about to become the first person to ever have competed on both Big Brother and Survivor when Survivor: Blood vs. Water premieres on Sept. 18. He and his Survivor girlfriend, Kat Edorsson, have already argued about which show is harder, and we will see how Hayden — who won Big Brother season 12 — does on the island soon enough. But it got me to thinking: How would Kat do on Big Brother? READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water': Jeff Probst on which new players will be 'out fast'

When I spoke with Jeff Probst on day 1 of filming for Survivor: Blood vs. Water (which premieres Sept. 18 on CBS), he predicted which of the new players going up against their loved ones would do well. But I also asked him which new players he thought weren’t quite so impressive. And he zeroed right in on the spouse of one of the most famous Survivor players ever — Rupert’s wife Laura. READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Blood vs. Water': Colton talks about being 'filled with hate and anger'

He is perhaps Survivor’s biggest villain — not for anything he did strategically in the game, but rather for the way he treated his fellow One World tribemates on a personal level. Many viewers called him a flat-out racist for his comments towards African-American tribemate Bill Posley. And yet despite all that — or, more likely, because of it — Colton Cumbie was asked to return to play Survivor: Blood vs. Water, and bring his fiancé Caleb Bankston with him. READ FULL STORY

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