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As we toast to the end of the 30 Days of Binge calendar, we also reach the end of Lost. While the finale was divisive among Lost fans when it aired almost four years ago, it’s also the last time anyone will ever see all these island-dwelling fools in one pew/place. (This reference will make much more sense after viewing the finale.)
We also start the first season of Fox’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, starring Andy Samberg as Detective Jake Peralta, whose stellar arrest record makes up for his nonchalant attitude. There’s a Jim-Pam dynamic going on between Peralta and fellow detective Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero), which makes sense since the series was co-created by a former writer of The Office, Michael Schur (a.k.a. Office’s Mose Shrute). READ FULL STORY
Patricia Richardson has booked a guest-starring role on Last Man Standing, reuniting the actress with her Home Improvement co-star Tim Allen, EW has learned exclusively.
In our fall TV preview, we broke down each day into what to watch live and what to DVR. Here’s your Fall Friday night game plan:
Watch: The Amazing Race (CBS): Season 25 starts tonight in Times Square before contestants take off to locales like St. Thomas, Malta, and the Shetland Islands.
DVR: MasterChef Junior (ABC): A new group of 8- to 13-year-old chefs will try to impress the finicky Gordon Ramsay when season two premieres Nov. 7.
Watch: Shark Tank (ABC): Warning: The entrepreneurs are getting more vicious during season six, kicking off tonight. As Daymond John told EW, “We’re really nasty to each other now.”
DVR: Grimm (NBC): When season 4 premieres Oct. 24, Nick and Hank will be haunted by four terrifying new Wesen.
Watch: Constantine (NBC): The new series follows the story of John Constantine, the antihero of the Hellblazer comic books, described as an “irreverent con man-turned-reluctant supernatural detective.”
DVR: Go out. It’s Friday.
It’s about to get very chilly in Storybrooke.
When Once Upon a Time returns for its fourth season, Frozen’s Elsa will make her way into town after spilling out of an urn that was locked in Rumpelstiltskin’s vault in the season finale. Suffice it to say, she will not take too kindly to strangers and will quickly lose control of her powers, sending Storybrooke into the next ice age. With that being said, EW created a Frozen-themed drinking game to make watching the show’s return even more fun.
Disclaimer: Yes, we know Frozen is for youngsters. They can chug apple juice, while those old enough should responsibly imbibe in a frosty beverage.
Margo Martindale, meet your match. Molly Shannon has landed a guest-starring role on The Millers, EW has learned exclusively.
Scandal has a lot to live up to in season 4.
The third season capped off with Olivia (Kerry Washington) inadvertently fulfilling her father’s wishes of leaving Washington D.C. with Jake (Scott Foley) in a bid to fix everything, but she did anything but. Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) won the election, but it came at a steep price: Rowan (Joe Morton) had First Son Jerry Jr. (Dylan Minnette) killed to ensure Fitz would score the sympathy vote and pinned it on Olivia’s terrorist mommy Maya Pope (Khandi Alexander). Harrison was the only one to figure out the truth, so Rowan promptly made sure there were no witnesses. This all came after Fitz finally learned that his father Big Jerry (Barry Bostwick) had raped First Lady Mellie (Bellamy Young) years prior, which caused the initial divide in their marriage.
Elsewhere, while Huck (Guillermo Diaz) and Quinn (Katie Lowes) were getting busy, B613 lackey Charlie (George Newbern) dropped a bombshell: Huck’s family, including his wife Kim (Jasika Nicole), are still alive. Naturally, Quinn did the right thing and told Huck the truth, but he was super pissed about it—though he did show up at Kim’s doorstep in the closing moments of the finale.
We repeat: Scandal has a lot to live up to in season 4, which executive producer Shonda Rhimes has managed to keep top secret by basically training B613 snipers on anyone who seeks to leak intel. However, EW has a handful of very cryptic teases about the new season, which executive producer Betsy Beers says is all about “extreme choices and extreme circumstances.” Read on to get more scoop:
Grey’s Anatomy will take family drama to a new level this season.
Meredith and Derek are in the midst of making the life-changing decision of moving to Washington, D.C., Callie and Arizona are looking at a future in which they have more children, and April and Jackson are about to welcome their first child. Which all pales in comparison to the fact that the new head of cardio is actually the daughter Ellis Grey gave up for adoption unbeknownst to Richard, making her Mer’s half-sister. Suffice it to say, there’s a lot of drama coming in season 11.
With that in mind, EW thought you may need a refresher on where we left off with the docs of Grey Sloan Memorial and a tease on what’s coming next:
While fans were geeking out over seeing Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) and the Howling Commandos in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premiere, they may have missed a major tease at what’s to come during the first five minutes of the episode.
This story contains major spoilers from the Chicago Fire premiere.
Chicago Fire did not waste any time revealing who didn’t make it out of that burning building alive.
Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the season premiere of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Read at your own risk!
Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., what’s left of the organization took a big hit in the season premiere all for the tiniest of victories.
After escaping assassination by the hostile surveillance system Samaritan in the season 3 finale, Team Machine finds itself using guerrilla tactics to survive in a new world order when Person of Interest returns for its fourth season.
According to star Michael Emerson, “The whole team is in a state of confusion and distress. No place is safe.” Executive producer Greg Plageman confirms, “Whereas we once lived in a world where the Machine was watching, now there’s another kind of machine, and it’s quite hostile to our guys. The title of the premiere, ‘Panopticon,’ kind of sums up what are characters are dealing with this season.” Creator Jonathan Nolan adds that this season as a whole ponders a future when “the data stops working for us, and we start working for the data. We become the robots.”
Below, Nolan, Plageman, and Emerson offer six key insights as to how living off the grid (and “under a rock,” per the season four promo will change the dynamics for Team Machine from tonight premiere—and beyond. READ FULL STORY
For the first time in Modern Family history, the Dunphy family is actually getting along. There’s no sibling drama, Claire actually enjoys magic. Crazy, right?
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