There are a number of people who have already seen Tuesday’s series premiere of The Flash. Months before its debut, a leaked copy hit the internet, and then Warner Bros. screened it at Comic-Con. But there’s a very good reason why viewers should still tune in Tuesday night.
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Scandal is never ordinary. Case in point, when Olivia (Kerry Washington) invites Jake (Scott Foley) to have dinner with Rowan (Joe Morton), this isn’t a case of a woman introducing her boyfriend to her dad. No, it’s much more complicated than that. In this case, the president’s former mistress asks her lover to have dinner with the man that previously threw him in a hole and tortured him. Say it with me: Awkward.
How will Jake respond to Olivia’s request? Better yet, how will his reunion with fellow B613 alum Charlie (George Newbern) go? Hint: It quickly turns violent. Check out an exclusive sneak peek at this week’s episode:
NCIS: Los Angeles’ Hetty is going to lend the Scorpion guys a hand later this month, and EW has the exclusive first look.
NCIS: LA didn’t wait long to dive right into the Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) and Kensi (Daniela Ruah) drama, and in this week’s episode adds more fuel to the will-they-or-won’t-they fire. While Hetty’s (Linda Hunt) getting grilled in Washington, D.C., the Department of Justice comes to LA to question the team in the form of Under the Dome’s Aisha Hinds, who rattles the usually unshakeable Kensi.
Elsa isn’t the only ice queen in Storybrooke.
At the close of Sunday’s episode of Once Upon a Time, Lost alum Elizabeth Mitchell finally made her debut as the owner of the local ice cream parlor, which wasn’t affected by the town’s power outage caused by Elsa (Georgina Haig) thanks to similar magical powers that enable her to freeze things. That’s right, Mitchell is playing the Snow Queen, the real villain of the first half of the season.
Once fans got their first glimpse of the Snow Queen during the promo for next week’s episode, but you can check out Mitchell in all her Snow Queen glory below:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Nicholas Brendon has landed a guest-starring role on Faking It, EW has learned.
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On Sunday’s Once Upon a Time, Emma (Jennifer Morrison) will find herself in a dangerously icy situation as Elsa (Georgina Haig) continues to rampage through Storybrooke, accidentally trapping them in an ice cave in her quest to find her sister, Anna (Elizabeth Lail). Fortunately, this will help bond Emma and Elsa, who have a lot more in common than fans may have realized. Below, Morrison teases what’s in store for the dynamic duo, Emma’s future with Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) and how Emma’s past will provide new insight into the Once puzzle.
Weeds alum Elizabeth Perkins has landed a guest-starring role on How to Get Away with Murder, EW has learned exclusively.
Is the old-fashioned rom-com dead?
If so, blame FX. This summer, the network debuted You’re the Worst, a dirty, shameful comedy about hate-shagging that also happens to be one of the best new shows on TV. Its depiction of blasé thirtysomethings in heat (Chris Geere and Aya Cash) could not feel more of-the-moment. Sex leads to dating, not the other way around. Fancy dinners are out of the question, because formalities like that put too much pressure on a couple who’d rather believe they’re dating ironically. And, true to life, the woman wants the same things the guy wants: on-demand hookups, lots of independence, and the freedom to do cocaine off somebody’s breasts.
There’s just one problem with You’re the Worst: It makes this fall’s new rom-coms look like awkward attempts to identify with young people. They’re the types of shows your parents will send you “thumbs-up” emojis about. READ FULL STORY
The Office’s Angela Kinsey is returning to NBC on its new upcoming series Bad Judge.
The comedy stars Kate Walsh as the sexually unapologetic, well-respected judge Rebecca, whose personal life is often messier than the criminals she sentences.
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