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'Nashville' sneak peek: Rayna's life is in peril -- EXCLUSIVE

CHILLS!

That’s what we got when we watched the exclusive sneak peek below from next Wednesday’s season 2 premiere of Nashville.

In the video, we pick up right after last season’s terrible car wreck and see Deacon use his many, many muscles to drag an unconscious Rayna out of the car, all the while whispering sweet pleas for her to “wake up.” (Sob!)  And if that’s not enough of a heart-squeezing moment, we cut to the hospital, where we see Rayna in very rough shape to say the least… READ FULL STORY

Fall TV: Six toughest time slot battles (and which show will win)

It’s war! Next week broadcasters shove the bulk of their new shows into the spotlight and anxiously count how many viewers show up to watch. Even in this era of heavy DVR use, a show’s time slot still matters plenty — just ask NBC’s Revolution, which was hugely boosted whenever it ran behind original episodes of The Voice last season (or any show that runs against The Voice, for that matter). Here are six of the most interesting new top time-period battles this fall — and who we think will win.

Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher talk 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'

Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher are teaming up to clean up the streets with a new weapon: Laughter. From the producers of beloved small-town-government comedy Parks and Recreation comes the promising big-city-cop comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine, an ensemble show starring Samberg as Jake Peralta, a young detective whose gift for solving cases is rivaled by his talent for clowning around, something that displeases his straitlaced, straight-faced new boss, Captain Ray Holt (Braugher). In EW’s Fall TV Preview issue, we visited the Brooklyn Nine-Nine set and spent some time interrogating the new partners in comedy crime before their big debut on Fox tonight at 8:30 p.m. Our critics have also named the show one of the best new series of the fall. Before you race to the newsstand to pick up the issue, though, step out of the vehicle and slowly place your hands on the scroll bar to check out these bonus quotes from the cast and series creators Michael Schur and Dan Goor.
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'Glee' First Look: Does this mean Blaine and Kurt are [SPOILER]? -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

Last season’s finale of Glee ended with Blaine (Darren Criss) contemplating proposing to soul mate Kurt (Chris Colfer). Well, we don’t know if he goes through with it or not, but based on this exclusive photo from the Sept. 26 premiere, the pair are getting along just fine.

But, Criss says, this is not Kurt accepting Blaine’s hand in marriage; he’s merely agreeing to date the former Warbler again. Blaine still pulls out all the stops for the wooing with a marching band accompanying him on The Beatles’ “Got to Get You Into My Life” (the two-part premiere is a tribute to the iconic British band). “Well, Glee never skimps,” Criss says of the elaborate number. “A simple question is not going to escape an elaborate gesture on Glee, that’s for sure.” What can Criss say about a potential Klaine engagement? Not much. Teases the actor: “There’s definitely going to be an answer to what Blaine is going to do within the first two episodes.”

'Revolution' sneak peek: 'The world is changed forever' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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The nukes are off! And although Comic-Con attendees might already know the fate of those missiles, EW has an exclusive first look at what else season 2 holds for Revolution.

The first episode back will pick up right where we left off, with everyone trying to correct their mistakes. But that won’t last long before we jump forward in time — by three months, to be exact. So what’s different about this season? Well, other than introducing a small town in Texas (another walled city) and adding a “more fantastical edge,” it seems to be the same Revolution we know and love. Oh, but don’t forget about nervous breakdowns, murdering missions, refugee camps, and a potential “bigger force” at play. So it’s Revolution, but just with a “different little kick to it.”

Watch the exclusive sneak peek below:
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Invasion of the Amells: A Q&A with The CW's best bloodline

Cousins Stephen Amell, 32, and Robbie Amell, 25, are used to having “Football Sundays” together, but starting Oct. 9, they’ll share something else: “Amell Wednesdays.”

The CW will air their action-packed dramas back-to-back (the returning Arrow at 8 p.m., followed by The Tomorrow People at 9 p.m.). We chatted with them for EW’s Fall TV Preview issue, on newsstands now. Read that Q&A to find out who’s shirtless in more episodes this season (so far) and where Robbie falls on the list of people Stephen will call to babysit (his wife, Cassandra Jean, is expecting their first child later this year). In the meantime, here’s more.
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'New Girl' is back, beach! -- EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK VIDEO

As New Girl‘s third season kicks off, all the loftmates are involved in passionate affairs: Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick (Jake Johnson) with each other, Schmidt (Max Greenfield) with both Cece (Hannah Simone) and Elizabeth (Merritt Wever), and Winston (Lamorne Morris) with… a puzzle.

A new behind-the-scenes video shows the whole gang picking up “exactly where [the finale] left off,” as Deschanel teases. Roomfriends Nick and Jess have driven into the night — and off to Mexico, where their budding courtship is, predictably, not all wine and roses. As resort-crashing and scavenged umbrella cocktails? New Girl‘s got you covered!

Meanwhile, Schmidt isn’t exactly happy about his roommates’ new relationship, but he’s got bigger fish to fry since he still can’t make a decision between his two big-love exes. Rounding things out, Winston has gotten really into jigsaw puzzles — like, composing-an-impromptu-puzzling-theme-song-into-them. Nice to know the blood loss from that badger bite isn’t affecting his mental acuity.

Check out the exclusive video below to hear Winston’s original composition, see several steamy Jess-Nick kisses, and get the inside scoop from the cast members themselves.

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'Glee' star Grant Gustin cast as The Flash in CW's 'Arrow'

Grant Gustin, whom you might recognize as Glee‘s Sebastian, has officially been cast as Barry Allen (aka The Flash) in The CW’s hit show Arrow. Gustin will appear in episodes 208, 209, and 220.

Barry Allen is described as “a Central City assistant police forensic investigator who arrives in Starling to look into a series of unexplained robberies that may have a connection to a tragedy in his past.  A comic book fan boy, Barry is obsessed with the Arrow unaware that working with Oliver and Felicity to solve the crime has brought him right into the dangerous world of the vigilante,” according to a press release.
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'American Horror Story': See Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett in 'Coven,' plus plot details -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

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Image Credit: Michele K. Short/FX

FX’s third installment of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s American Horror Story: Coven has been shrouded in mystery … until now. EW is not only exclusively debuting these images of new stars Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett, but also revealing plot detail on the acclaimed series in this week’s Fall TV Preview, on stands now.

The witch-centric Coven, shot on location in New Orleans, once again stars Jessica Lange (alongside several AHS alums) but in a much different role from last year’s glum Sister Jude on AHS: Asylum. In Coven’s universe, Lange’s glam Fiona is the Wicked Witch of the West. Labeled a “Supreme” for her mighty magical abilities, Fiona is witch royalty, descended from Salem spell casters, and has spent recent years using her powers to stay fabulous, like any good aging diva.
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Fox moves 'Enlisted' premiere to January

The military comedy Enlisted will premiere in January instead of its original Nov. 8 debut, Fox announced Thursday.

In a press release, Fox said the scheduling shift was meant to take advantage of the network’s “winter sports promotional platform.” The show will debut Friday, Jan. 10, at 9:30 p.m., following new episodes of Bones and Raising Hope.

To replace the original Enlisted slot, Fox will air back-to-back new episodes of Raising Hope starting at 9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8.

Enlisted stars The Finder‘s Geoff Stults, Veronica Mars‘ Chris Lowell, and Suburgatory‘s Parker Young as three brothers working at a Florida military post.

'The Vampire Diaries' extended promo: 'The rules have changed' -- VIDEO

The newest promo for The Vampire Diaries season 5 gives us a glimpse into Elena’s college life — dorm rooms! bonfires! — and our first look at Silas pretending to be Stefan in front of Damon. Does anyone else think Damon looks a little scared? Perhaps he’s worried about how Stefan’s “return” will affect his relationship with Elena?

Speaking of Elena, she’s off “giving it the old college try,” while Damon is stuck in Mystic Falls assuring her that the distance won’t hurt their relationship, even though Katherine has made herself right at home — in his bathtub. However, he doesn’t seem to be taking the bait, which is more than can be said for Silas, who seems to be flirting with the now-human Katerina, though we’re sure he has an agenda. But most importantly, let’s all take a moment to appreciate that Katherine is shaving her legs with a straight razor. The woman’s classy.

Elsewhere, Jeremy’s getting in fights at school, and Elena has a “feeling like something bad is about to happen.” Well, if she’s involved in that car crash, she might have a point.

Watch the new extended promo below:
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Fall 2013: Complete chart of premiere dates

In less than two weeks, the 2013-14 fall season will officially begin. When can you see Rebel Wilson rock a tighty-whitey evening dress on Super Fun Night? How long will you have to wait to see Kerry Washington back in the thick of things on Scandal?

Not much longer!

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'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary show poster revealed

Whichever direction you happen to be traveling in the space-time continuum, the countdown to this November’s special Doctor Who 50th anniversary show can now be said to have officially begun. Why? Because the BBC has unveiled the Matt Smith-, David Tennant-, and John Hurt-featuring poster for the episode, which you can see above. The Corporation has also confirmed the show, which is titled “Day of the Doctor,” will be a supersized 75 minutes long.

“‘The Day of the Doctor is nearly here!'” said Doctor Who Matt Smith in a statement. “Hope you all enjoy.  There’s lots more coming your way, as the countdown to the 50th begins now.” (See? Told you.)

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