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Jimmy Fallon's 'Game of Thrones' parody will be a ball -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

He titilated you with The Jersey Floor. He intrigued you with Downton Sixbey. And now he’s going to enchant you with Game of Desks, an elaborate parody that spoofs TV’s most beloved epic fantasy.

In this exclusive clip from Late Night‘s latest lengthy send-up, host Jimmy Fallon enters an elevator as himself — and exits it as a long-haired, bearded, fur-and-leather-clad refugee from Westeros, ready to punish a writer from “the Late Night‘s Watch” for writing bad jokes

We can’t know for sure which of Games‘s characters will get the parody treatment when the full clip airs tonight at 12:35 a.m. ET — maybe Jay Leno will be looped in as the deposed Mad King Aerys? The video does at least give us a glimpse at Late Night‘s take on Varys, King’s Landing’s gelded Master of Whispers. Here, Fallon announcer Steve Higgins plays the part by stepping into elaborate robes and looping a very special necklace around his throat. Put it this way: If you touch the pendant, he’ll turn his head and cough.

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Jeanne Cooper tribute on CBS: 'A magnificent woman' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

In anticipation of CBS’ May 28 tribute to Jeanne Cooper, the longtime star of The Young and the Restless who died at 84, EW obtained this exclusive photo of Jess Walton (Jill Foster Abbott), seen above with costar Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Summers Newman), from the special. We also talked to Walton about shooting it and what she remembers about her beloved costar.

“We tell the audience what we are about to do in the special and then five different groups talk about her. What was really funny was how much we all had in common. Kristoff St. John was a little pissed off because he thought he had a special relationship with her and it turns out everybody had a special relationship with her. She had the power to make everyone feel so special. READ FULL STORY

Preview new season of 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' -- VIDEO

And baby makes … a whole new season of antics for Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which returns for its eighth (!!!) season on June 2.

E! is obviously hoping any fresh intrigue over Kim’s life change will help launch a new series at 10 p.m. called The Wanted Life, which follows the U.K. band The Wanted as they live together in the Hollywood Hills and “take on all that LA has to offer.”

Here are sneak peeks of both shows: READ FULL STORY

First Look: Christopher Plummer and Frank Langella star in Stephen Frears' 'Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight'

Don’t let the title fool you — this film is not about Ali taking down Frazier. As it turns out, Muhammad Ali’s greatest fight was not in the ring.

Written by Shawn Slovo and directed by Stephen Frears, Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight tells the story of Ali’s famous courtroom battle. After being drafted to the Vietnam War, Ali claimed conscientious objector status on religious grounds, which therefore lead to years of dodging punches from the U.S. judicial system before finally facing the U.S. Supreme Court in 1971.But Frears’ latest film takes the focus away from Ali and puts the camera on the nine Supreme Court justices, lead by Christopher Plummer’s John Harlan and Frank Langella’s Warren Burger, who took on the case. READ FULL STORY

'True Blood' DVD extra: Russell wants to bathe in Sookie blood! -- VIDEO

Here’s a fun little extra from True Blood: The Complete Fifth Season, out May 21. Russell Edgington (played by the enormously talented Denis O’Hare), takes his turn in the Authority Confessional to address the mysterious vampire institution and his thirst for faerie blood.

Most importantly, check out the ol’ boy’s luxurious hair.
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First Look: See Larry David and Jon Hamm in HBO's new film, 'Clear History' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Recognize the guy on the right?

That’s a virtually unrecognizable Larry David in the new HBO movie Clear History (due in August). David stars as Nathan, a hipster marketing exec who sells all his shares at a start-up over a fight with his boss (Jon Hamm, left), only to miss out on billions when the company’s new product—an electric car—becomes a smashing success. READ FULL STORY

CBS' Fall Schedule: A Snap Judgment

Who says CBS doesn’t make bold programming moves? Oh, that’s right: Everyone. But everyone would be slightly wrong! At yesterday’s upfront presentation, the nation’s most-watched — if least-interesting — broadcast television network surprised reporters by revealing that it was not green-lighting two high-profile potential series: A small screen revival of Beverly Hills Cop from executive producer Shawn Ryan (The Shield) starring Brandon T. Jackson as the son of Axel Foley and a recurring Eddie Murphy; and NCIS: Red, starring John Corbett and Kim Raver. Beverly Hills Cop might find a home elsewhere, while NCIS: Red was deemed unworthy of the franchise’s creative standards. (Why are you giggling?)

CBS also made news with some bold scheduling swaps and shifts. Mike & Molly is being held for midseason (but received a full order of 22 episodes); Hawaii 5-0 is sailing to Friday; and Person of Interest is relocating to Tuesday, joining NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles to form a blockbuster night of brawny drama. Thursday now has two hours of comedy, a mirror to its Monday night block of powerhouse yukkers. With few holes to fill and (quoting network president Nina Tassler) “limited shelf space,” CBS ordered just eight new shows, five of which will premiere this fall. Here, CBS was true to form: All have potential to be watched by a broad audience, and very few seem all that creatively daring. To be fair, it’s hard to glean meaningful insight from the preview videos released by the network, comprised of select scenes, behind the scenes footage, and rah-rah interviews with actors and producers. And while CBS may not have leveraged its position of great strength to take a chance on innovation, I found something commendable about each of its new offerings. READ FULL STORY

'CSI' finale: 'You question my mission, I question yours' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

To help CSI wrap up its 13th season finale on Wednesday, Eric Roberts is on the scene to play a preacher in Miss Kitty’s church (you remember the ol girl from last year’s finale, don’t you?).

In this exclusive scene from the CBS drama, Nick and Greg question Roberts’ rather shady character. Notice how the camera rarely shows his full face.

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See first tease for Starz' 'Magic City'

It never gets old looking at Jeffrey Dean Morgan. If you agree, then you may want to check out this tease for the second season of Magic City, Starz’ period mob drama about hotelier Ike Evans (Morgan) and his South Beach hotspot, the Miramar Playa.

James Caan and Esai Morales will join regulars Danny Huston, Olga Kurylenko and Kelly Lynch in the drama’s second season that begins June 14.  READ FULL STORY

Watch 'Pretty Little Liars' star Troian Bellisario in a sneak peek of WIGS series 'Lauren' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Returning with its first four episodes of season 2 on May 3, Laurenthe hit web series from YouTube channel WIGS — stars Pretty Little Liars‘ Troian Bellisario as a third-generation soldier who makes a brave choice when she reports her rape and continuing assault to her female commanding officer, played by Jennifer Beals. The result is a drama about the military institution and trying to balance justice and loyalty. In an exclusive clip from season 2 below, we see the immediate aftermath of Lauren’s rape, when she arrives at the medic tent and asks for help.

Directed by WIGS co-creator Jon Avnet and written by Avnet and Jay Rodan, the second season will debut another batch of four episodes on May 10 and its final quartet on May 17. Watch the exclusive clip from season 2 of Lauren below and catch the new season on WIGS May 3.

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Taylor Swift says 'I do' to 'New Girl' -- EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK

Who’s that girl? It’s Swift!

For New Girl‘s relationship-centric May 14 finale, who better to cameo as a wedding guest than Taylor Swift (right, with star Zooey Deschanel) — the music megastar who wrote the (song)book on love, break-ups, and everything in between? Swift cameos as a woman named Elaine. Though showrunner Liz Meriwether remains coy about what exactly brings Elaine to the nuptials of Cece (Hannah Simone) and Shivrang (Satya Bhabha), she admits the casting was no coincidence. “I’m a huge fan of hers,” she says. “I was fully geeking out about meeting [Taylor]. I didn’t go to meet her right away because I kind of had to compose myself — there’s a 14-year-old girl inside of me.” Apparently the feeling was mutual, Meriwether recalls: “She was quoting lines to us from the show. It was a really exciting night.” READ FULL STORY

'Glee': Kate Hudson and Lea Michele perform Stevie Wonder's 'Uptight (Everything's Alright)' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

This Thursday is Glee‘s big tribute to Stevie Wonder and EW has an exclusive look at one of the episode’s most energetic numbers as guest-star Kate Hudson, once again playing NYADA instructor Cassandra July, sings Wonder’s “Uptight (Everything’s Alright).” From the looks of the scene, July appears to be celebrating Rachel (Lea Michele) for once instead of tearing her down. Is this a reaction to Rachel just getting a callback for Funny Girl? Or does this mean she landed the plum part? Watch below. READ FULL STORY

'Two and a Half Men': See Hilary Duff get cozy with Ashton Kutcher -- PHOTO

Hilary Duff plays a party girl named Stacey who tries to bed Walden (Ashton Kutcher) in the May 9 season finale of CBS’ Two and a Half Men.

So will Walden have his way with the ex Lizzie McGuire? Not exactly: He’s only got eyes for Stacy’s well-traveled and extremely attractive grandmother, played by Marilu Henner. Walden figures the only way to get to hot granny is by dating her granddaughter. Have a look: READ FULL STORY

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