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'24: Live Another Day: Watch Bauer kick more a** -- VIDEO

“You have no right to interfere with this jurisdiction.”

Yeah, Jack’s heard that before!

In this exclusive clip from Monday’s episode of 24: Live Another Day, Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) and Kate (Yvonne Strahovski) face the military after he holds hostages while uploading the information from that very important flight key: READ FULL STORY

'Matador' First Look: Gabriel Luna leads a dangerous double life -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

In El Rey’s next original series Matador, Gabriel Luna plays a star soccer player — nicknamed “Matador” — who is using his athletic career as a cover for his life as a covert operative working for the CIA, a secret that no one knows about. And an identity crisis inevitably ensues.

Judging by the first look at the series in the teaser below, Matador’s sure to be an action-packed drama: In the 30-second promo alone, we see lots of running (both toward soccer balls and, presumably, away from bad guys), fights, bloodied hands, and guns. Who knew soccer players led such dangerous lives?

Matador was created by Roberto Orci, Dan Dworkin, Jay Beattie, and Andrew Orci for Robert Rodriguez’s new El Rey Network and stars Nicky Whelan, Neil Hopkins, Alfred Molina, and Tanc Sade. The new series premieres July 15 at 9 p.m. ET.

Watch the exclusive teaser below:

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'24: Live Another Day': 'Help, Jack's trying to kill me!'

Remember that sneaky little tart from Fox’s 24: Live Another Day premiere, who stole off with that very important brief case?

In this exclusive clip from Monday’s episode, Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) is hot on  her trail — until things get a little bloody. READ FULL STORY

'Glee' season finale: Watch Mercedes & Brittany perform an original song -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Glee wraps up its fifth season next Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on Fox. In the episode, called “The Untitled Rachel Berry Project,” Mercedes (Amber Riley) begins a mall tour and gets a little backup-dancer help from her pal Brittany (Heather Morris). Watch the exclusive clip from the upcoming season finale as the two perform the original song “Shakin’ My Head” below! READ FULL STORY

'My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic': Where's the fire, Spike? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

The good news: The Equestria Games are on! The better news: Spike’s been drafted to light the Games’ version of the Olympic Torch!

The bad news: Apparently, the little dragon’s fire breath just isn’t cooperating…even though the entire kingdom is watching. Uh oh. Watch Twilight’s pal struggle in a sneak peek from Saturday’s episode below: READ FULL STORY

First Look: George Washington comes to 'Turn'

When Aaron Sorkin began writing The West Wing, the president was supposed to be a background character, a palpable presence that hovered over the plot but rarely made an actual appearance. Then, in the series’ opening episodes, Martin Sheen ambled on screen, charmed the audience with his intellectual idealism and leading-man aura, and everything changed.

It will be interesting to see if something similar occurs when George Washington makes his first appearance on Turn, AMC’s new Revolutionary War drama. Jamie Bell (Billy Elliot) stars as Abraham Woodhull, a Long Island farmer who risks his life and family to gather intelligence on the British in his hometown and nearby New York City. Thus far, Washington has been mentioned only in passing, mostly in derogatory fashion after his troops were swept out of New York in 1776 and the Continental Congress contemplated relieving him of command. But last Sunday, Abe’s tips about Hessian troops in Trenton were smuggled into an intelligence packet that found its way to Washington’s office, a bustling nerve center of activity.

On Sunday, May 4, General Washington makes his Turn debut. New York-bred actor Ian Kahn, who’s recently guested on shows like Shameless, Bones, and Parenthood, gets the honor — and burden — of portraying the Founding Father. The 42-year-old spoke to EW about his humbling experience. READ FULL STORY

'New Girl' First Look: Nick, Schmidt, and Winston form an impromptu rap group

This week on New Girl Nick (Jake Johnson), Schmidt (Max Greenfield), and Winston (Lamorne Morris) attempt to show the world they know a thing or two about spitting verses. Check out what happens on the next episode when the boys’ pick-up rap group, The Dumbest Boys In School, perform at Coolidge Middle School.

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'Law & Order: SVU' First Look: Lewis is gone, but Benson's nightmare isn't over yet -- VIDEO

Law & Order: SVU‘s Detective Olivia Benson is no stranger to trauma, but this season, her experience reached another level thanks to William Lewis (guest star Pablo Schreiber). Lewis, a psychotic killer and rapist, set his sights on Benson a while back, even kidnapping her at one point. And despite his arrest earlier this season, Lewis was back in the most recent episode, when he went after a young girl to lure Benson back in.

His plan worked, but what Benson didn’t expect was that his plan would end with a good old-fashioned round of Russian Roulette. Lewis forced a tied up Benson to play along with him, putting a gun to her own head and pulling the trigger twice, before the last bullet ended up being directed toward him. And in a shocking moment, he put his head next to Benson’s just as he pulled the trigger, killing himself and ending her nightmare once and for all.

Or so we thought. In a first look from this week’s episode, it seems Benson’s nightmare isn’t quite over. There are questions surrounding Lewis’ suicide, and the simple solution seems to be for Benson to claim she killed him in self defense.

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'Orange Is the New Black': Watch the first scene from season 2 -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Things are getting bleak on Orange Is the New Black — although the first season wasn’t exactly a bright, sunny bit of comedy to begin with.

Series creator Jenji Kohan reveals in this week’s cover story that the show’s second season will feature a darker, more fractured approach to the ladies of Litchfield, who were a little too buddy-buddy with each other last year. “We needed a little more drama,” says Kohan, and that’s exactly what’s in store for the inmates as the prison power dynamic shifts at Litchfield thanks to new faces and new alliances. READ FULL STORY

'Glee': Is Sue moving in with Kurt and Rachel? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Tonight’s Glee is a major one for Lea Michele’s Rachel — it’s her opening night on Broadway in Funny Girl. But a visiting Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) may ruin it all when she arrives in NYC and refuses to share a bed with Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) in their hotel. Could Sue be Rachel and Kurt’s new roommate in the loft? Watch below. READ FULL STORY

'Awkward': Ashley Rickards on 'bare back' directing new episode -- EXCLUSIVE

As Awkward settles into its fourth season, star Ashley Rickards is sliding into the director’s chair. “It was so much fun getting to the boss lady,” she tells EW exclusively. “I feel like I really lucked out at my first shot at [directing] because I’ve kind of been training — knowing the show like the back of my hand for four years.”

Below, check out an exclusive clip from tonight’s episode, “Listen to This,” as Jenna catches up Tamara (Jillian Rose Reed) on her premiere-ending hook-up up with ex Matty (Beau Mirchoff). We also talked to Rickards about gearing up mentally, going full-speed-ahead physically, and where the season is going (hint: the words “back in the bitchy saddle” will be used). READ FULL STORY

'Rectify' season 2 First Look: Daniel recovers from brutal beating -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

SundanceTV’s Rectify — a drama that follows one man’s journey to rebuild his life after being released from death row — left fans with quite the cliffhanger at the end of season 1, and if you just can’t wait for season 2 to start back up in June, you’ll definitely want to take a peek at the two exclusive stills we have from premiere. READ FULL STORY

'Once Upon a Time': See Snow White's first royal baby photos -- EXCLUSIVE

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Once Upon a Time has a royal birth coming up — and EW has photos from the delivery room.

In an upcoming episode, Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) have their second baby, while the residents of Storybrooke go on high alert in an attempt to keep Zelena (Rebecca Mader) from stealing the newborn for her own wicked purposes.

Here’s a series of exclusive shots from the pivotal scene, which is like a fictional dress rehearsal for real-life couple Goodwin and Dallas. (The recently married duo are currently expecting their first child; Once Upon writers incorporated Goodwin’s pregnancy into the show.) The episode, “Kansas,” airs May 4.  READ FULL STORY

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