The Walking Dead returns on Sunday, Feb. 8 with its midseason premiere, “What Happened and What’s Going On.” Written by Scott M. Gimple and directed by Greg Nicotero, the episode will show us how and where the group picks up after the hospital tragedy that left Beth dead. And to get you ready, we have three new exclusive gallery photos of the cast, starting with Mr. Daryl Dixon himself, Norman Reedus. (Click the magnifying glass icon above to see the full image in all of its high-resolution glory.) READ FULL STORY
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Ready for an amuse-bouche from Hannibal season three?
Below is a teaser trailer with the first batch of footage from the third season of NBC’s acclaimed, cult-favorite thriller. The trailer shows Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) obsessively hunting Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) in what we assume is Florence, Italy.
Expect the new season to mine elements from Thomas Harris’ Hannibal novels, including Hannibal Rising and Red Dragon. According to showrunner Bryan Fuller, the series will mash up elements from the books in a unique way—including revealing a very different origin story for the good doctor.
Geraldo Rivera has proven to be a spectacular addition to The Celebrity Apprentice franchise. Just ask him—he’ll tell you! In all seriousness, however—and yes, I am asking you to take Geraldo Rivera seriously for a second—the man has added more non-stop entertainment value than anyone since Aubrey O’Day strutted her stuff into Donald Trump’s Boardroom. Whether he has been feuding with Kevin Jonas, bending Johnny Damon over, or taking half-naked selfies, Geraldo is providing the television treasure that Al Capone’s vault never did. And he’s not done. READ FULL STORY
Julie Chen is incredible at playing Julie Chen. She does it every day on The Talk. She does it every summer on Big Brother. And she has even shown off her range by playing Julie Chen on The Millers and Madam Secretary. Honestly, when it comes to playing Julie Chen, there are few better. Which is why it is time for the Chenbot to finally branch out and play non-Chen parts. READ FULL STORY
2015 marks the 80th anniversary of the classic board game Monopoly. And on Feb. 7 and 8, the game will come to life on the small screen with Monopoly Millionaires’ Club, a new syndicated game show hosted by Billy Gardell (Mike & Molly).
Executive produced by Scott St. John (Celebrity Name Game, Deal or No Deal) and Kevin Belinkoff (Family Game Night) each hour-long episode will feature five members of the audience selected at random to play games derived from Monopoly (Community Chest, Electric Company, Advance to Boardwalk etc.) with a chance to win up to $100,000. In the show’s final round, every contestant chooses to keep his or her winnings or risk it all for a chance at $1 million. “Like most kids, I grew up playing Monopoly, so being able to help bring this iconic game to life with Monopoly Millionaires’ Club is such an honor for me,” Gardell told EW. “I get to see people’s lives change on a dime—or a million—every week.” READ FULL STORY
Orphan Black returns for season three in spring 2015 (on BBC America in the U.S. and Space in Canada), but EW has an exclusive first look at the season right here, featuring Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany) coming face to face with one of the new male clones (played by Ari Millen) of Project Castor. (Click on the magnifying glass icon to see the full picture in all of its glory.)
Who is it? What does it mean? And what about our other favorite clones? We chatted with Orphan Black co-creator Graeme Manson to get the scoop on this image and what else to expect in season three. READ FULL STORY
When it comes to Celebrity Apprentice, having two Real Housewives shove food in each other’s faces is kind of the money shot…although I suppose season 2’s Clint Black would argue that it is hard to top the time he come up with an ad for Tide insinuating he liked to use detergent to masturbate while reading Donald Trump’s book (and no, I did not just make that up). The point is, this is the next best thing. Also, I should never use the words “Clint Black,” “masturbate,” and “money shot” in the same paragraph ever again. READ FULL STORY
BETH IS ALIVE!!!! Well, not really. But the woman who played her on The Walking Dead has returned…and we don’t mean as a reanimated zombie. Emily Kinney debuted her new single “Rockstar” today, and there is only one place you can watch the music video for it. Can you guess where? Yes, here! That was easy, right? READ FULL STORY
Under the pressure of her taboo romance with her colleague, Jess (Zooey Deschanel) is literally coming undone.
When Ryan (Julian Morris) turns up at the loftmates’ holiday singles party, Jess tries to set a few ground rules to keep their relationship buttoned-up. Unfortunately, her sultry-in-scarlet velvet dress has different intentions.
Let’s just say “Mr. G” has had an eyeful by the time Jess finishes telling him all the unexpected ways that she is totally not acting on her attraction to him. READ FULL STORY
Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the midseason finale of How to Get Away with Murder, including the identity of the killer. Read at your own risk!
How to Get Away with Murder finally revealed Sam Keating’s killer tonight—but the ABC freshman drama also left viewers with a head-scratching, yet shocking revelation before going off the air until 2015.
Your prayers have been answered, Sleepyheads: This week’s episode is all about the Sisters Mills.
“Coming into season two, one of the things we really wanted to do was explore and open up Abbie’s backstory—fill in some of the blanks for her character, her role as a witness, her family’s history,” Sleepy writer Damian Kindler explains to EW. (You can trust him; he’s the guy who invented Yolanda.) The show will dive into those questions on this week’s episode, in which Abbie and Jenny investigate a series of mysterious deaths at Tarrytown Psychiatric—the same hospital where their mother, Lori Mills, died 15 years ago.
Lori Mills, you’ll remember, didn’t go quietly: “She was insane and she killed herself,” Kindler reminds us. “So I think that gave us a lot of mystery to uncover. And we also wanted to tell a cool ghost story. We’ve got the psychiatric hospital where Jenny was, where Irving is—which leads to the revealing potential involvement of Abbie’s mother, which uncovers another mystery. And it’s all happening around the time when Moloch is rising. It’s a story that had to service a lot of different masters, but ultimately the biggest aspect of it was revealing who Lori Mills was, the truth of her life and her struggle to protect her daughters from evil.” See Abbie and Jenny try to tackle some of those questions in this exclusive clip from the episode. READ FULL STORY
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
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