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Meredith can't move to Washington, D.C. on 'Grey's Anatomy' because...

Now that most of the Fab Five have left Grey Sloan Memorial, it seems the time could be ripe for Meredith to finally move on from the hospital she’s called home for the last 10 seasons of Grey’s Anatomy—despite telling Derek she didn’t want to move to Washington, D.C. in the season finale. However, Ellen Pompeo thinks there’s a very plausible reason why Meredith cannot follow her husband to Capitol Hill.

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'Elementary' casts 'Orange Is the New Black' star Michael Chernus

Orange Is the New Black star Michael Chernus has landed a guest-starring role on Elementary, EW has learned exclusively.

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'The Blacklist' nabs 'Americans' star Lee Tergesen

Mary-Louise Parker hasn’t even appeared on The Blacklist yet—and already she’s getting a love interest.

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'Once Upon a Time' extended season four synopsis: 7 things we learned

The world of Once Upon a Time will soon come back to life—and with plenty of new faces in tow.

ABC has just released an extended synopsis of the show’s upcoming fourth season, which will introduce Frozen’s Elsa, Anna, and Kristoff, as well as Once Upon a Time in Wonderland’s Will Scarlet. (His reunion with Robin Hood should be interesting, since the two didn’t leave each other on the best of terms.)

What’s in store for the residents of Storybrooke? Here are the seven juiciest details we learned from the new logline:

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'Grey's Anatomy': Are Meredith and Derek headed for divorce?

Could Mer and Der be on the road to a huge breakup?

When we left the couple in the last Grey’s Anatomy finale, Meredith finally stood up for herself, telling Derek that she doesn’t want to move to Washington, D.C.—where he had been offered a full-time position by POTUS. (Not Scandal’s Fitz, but we can still dream!)

And in season 11—being dubbed “The Year of Meredith”—the stalwart doc will no longer take a backseat to her husband’s career, which may cause strife in their relationship. However, executive producer Shonda Rhimes promises that this doesn’t mean the end of everyone’s favorite McCouple.

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'Sleepy Hollow' casts 'The Mentalist' alum as Abbie's mom

Sleepy Hollow is switching from daddy issues to mommy ones in season two. READ FULL STORY

Mary McCormack, Josh Randall to guest-star on 'Scandal'

Mary McCormack and Josh Randall have landed guest-starring roles on Scandal, EW has learned.

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Brandon Routh joins 'Arrow' as The Atom

Brandon Routh is trading in his blue and red tights for another pair of blue and red tights. EW has confirmed that the Superman Returns actor has booked a recurring role in Arrow‘s third season as Ray Palmer, a.k.a. The Atom.

According to TVLine, Ray Palmer, an “unparalleled scientist and inventor,” is Queen Consolidated’s new owner and has mysterious plans for Queen Consolidated’s Applied Sciences Division. He is rumored to be a love interest for Felicity.

In the comics, Ray Palmer/The Atom has the power to alter the size of his body and can shrink down to subatomic levels. This is not the character’s first live-action appearance: John Kassir portrayed the character in the failed 1997 CBS pilot/TV movie Justice League of America. The Atom has also been featured in both the Young Justice and Justice League Unlimited animated series.

The Atom is the second DC Comics superhero to join Arrow in its third season. As was previously reported, Devon Aoki was cast as the classic DC Comics hero Katana.

Arrow premieres on the CW on Wednesday, October 8 at 8 p.m. ET.

Devon Aoki joins 'Arrow' as Katana

Meet Oliver Queen’s new mentor. Sin City‘s Devon Aoki is joining the third season of Arrow in the recurring role of Tatsu Yamashiro, known to comic-book readers as the sword-wielding Japanese hero Katana.

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Teaser for 'Boardwalk Empire's final season warns 'all empires must fall'

Last night, HBO released the first teaser trailer for Boardwalk Empire‘s upcoming fifth and final season, which is set to begin in September. While the 37-second trailer doesn’t give much away about the upcoming season, it does warn fans that “all empires must fall.” It also features several shots of Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) pensively looking out at things: the water, the Onyx, the distance. After a flurry of other short and nondescript clips from the upcoming season, the trailer settles down on Nucky saying, “The trick’s to stay alive long enough to cash out”—and then ends with the phrase “No one goes quietly.”

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NBC fall premiere dates; 'Constantine' held until October

NBC will hold off premiering its new comic book series Constantine until late October, according to its latest schedule update out today.

As previously announced, Katherine Heigl’s new drama State of Affairs won’t start up until November.

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'Jane the Virgin' extended trailer: She's having a baby -- VIDEO

“Accidentally artificially inseminated” sounds more like the hook of a Saturday Night Live sketch than the premise of an upcoming CW series. For doubters, the network has released an extended trailer for the upcoming dramedy Jane the Virgin, which tries to sell the show a little more strongly than simply saying, “trust us.”

Based on the popular Venezuelan telenovela Juana la Virgen, the U.S. version of Jane stars Gina Rodriguez (Filly Brown) as a hard-working, devout Latina who is kind of hoping her boyfriend proposes — though she’s a little worried he’ll get down on one knee so she’ll finally agree to do the deed. When a mix-up at the OB-GYN leads to that artificial insemination plot line, Jane must choose whether to keep the baby — and whether to let the handsome father into her life.

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