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'Petals on the Wind' trailer: Thought 'Flowers in the Attic' was nuts? You ain't seen nothing yet -- EXCLUSIVE

A brief, uber-dramatic recap of Flowers in the Attic? Check. A shot of Heather Graham in a gorgeous ball gown, torching her ancestral home with an ornate candelabra? Brother-boning, ballet, and literal petals on literal wind? Check, check, and mate.

In short: Why are you not already watching the very first trailer for Petals on the Wind, Lifetime’s juicy followup to its smash hit Flowers in the Attic adaptation? The film features returning stars Graham, Ellen Burstyn, and Dylan Bruce, as well as Rose McIver and Wyatt Nash in parts originated by Kiernan Shipka and Mason Dye. (The sequel picks up 10 years after the events of Flowers, meaning it’s really an adaptation of the second half of Petals. Which is not necessarily a bad thing, because the second half of Petals is just as insane as the first.)

Check out the deliciously melodramatic teaser below, all set to the haunting strains of Kelly Sweet’s take on “In the Air Tonight” – or risk Withered Old Ellen Burstyn haunting your dreams forevermore. READ FULL STORY

'The Normal Heart': HBO releases full trailer for Ryan Murphy adaptation -- VIDEO

After a series of teaser spots, HBO has finally released a full trailer for May’s highly anticipated adaptation of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart. Directed by Ryan Murphy (Glee, American Horror Story) and starring Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts, Taylor Kitsch, Matt Bomer, and Jim Parsons, the stirring film chronicles the rise of AIDS in the 1980s in New York City.  Watch it below: READ FULL STORY

WGN America's 'Manhattan' teaser trailer: 'Secrets destroy everything you love' -- EXCLUSIVE

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WGN America is taking viewers back to another part of history — this time without witches — in Manhattan, an original series about the race to the build the first atomic bomb in Los Alamos, New Mexico. Here’s the show in a nutshell, as summarized in this exclusive teaser: “In war, secrets save lives. At home, secrets destroy everything you love.”

John Benjamin Hickey (The Big C) stars a Frank Winter, a self-destructive professor who is commissioned to help lead the Manhattan Project. Olivia Williams (Dollhouse) plays his wife, Liza Winter, a botanist with a past. Daniel Stern (Home Alone), Ashley Zukerman (Rush), and Rachel Brosnahan (House of Cards) also star.

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Al Jazeera America breaks ground with immigration doc

Al Jazeera America will mine new territory tonight by airing its first-ever originally commissioned documentary about illegal immigrants. Narrated by Gil Bellows (Ally McBeal), Borderland will follow six Americans who retrace the steps of three dead immigrants who attempted to cross the border from Mexico.

“We read an article about the Pima County morgue in Arizona, and how it was one of the busiest in the U.S.,” Executive Producer Ivan O’Mahoney told EW. “The reason it’s so busy is because of all of the work they perform on migrants who cross from Mexico, and who died in desert. We thought the whole situation was absolutely fascinating, but of course plays out away from public view. What if we brought a group of Americans … people who had strong opinions, and ask them to investigate stories, which might provide a catalyst for an debate about immigrations?”

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See new, extended trailer for '24: Live Another Day'

Twenty-four days from today, Fox will debut 24: Live Another Day. To celebrate such an auspicious occasion, the network brought you this: READ FULL STORY

'Glee': Watch Lea Michele and Darren Criss duet on Sondheim's 'Broadway Baby' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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It’s safe to say that Glee‘s Rachel (Lea Michele) and Blaine (Darren Criss) both enjoy a nice Broadway show tune. The pair get to pay homage Tuesday night to Stephen Sondheim, one of the masters of musical theater, whose work is highlighted on the latest episode of Glee, airing at 8 p.m. on Fox. In this exclusive clip, Rachel and Blaine perform “Broadway Baby” from Sondheim’s Follies for NYADA’s Carmen Tibideaux (guest star Whoopi Goldberg) at their mid-winter critique. Watch below. READ FULL STORY

'Glee': Watch Blaine and Kurt sing 'You Make Me Feel So Young' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Glee has packed up and moved its focus to New York, and Tuesday night’s episode, airing at 8 p.m. ET on Fox, finds Blaine (Darren Criss) and Kurt (Chris Colfer) co-habitating (along with Chord Overstreet’s Sam). Since this is Glee, it all makes a couple of fellas wanna burst into song. Watch below as Klaine duets on “You Make Me Feel So Young.” READ FULL STORY

Get a sneak peek of Ferguson-Carey job switch -- EXCLUSIVE

Craig Ferguson got a chance to practice for the game show gig he’ll start later this year. For April Fools Day, The Late Late Show funny man – who will host the syndicated game show Celebrity Name Game in the fall – switched places with Drew Carey of The Price is Right and got a chance to help fans figure out the cost of very important household items, like a beverage center. And Jeff joined him! Sweet.

Carey, in return, seemed to settle in quite nicely as the temporary host of The Late Late Show — though it helps to have a bitchen guest like Joan Jett.

Here’s a sneak peek of the stunt that’ll air tomorrow on CBS: READ FULL STORY

'Days of Our Lives': First look at gay wedding

Starting on Tuesday, Days of our Lives will feature the first daytime drama wedding between two men.

The NBC sudser will stretch the nuptials for Will Horton (Guy Wilson) and Sonny Kiriakis ( Freddie Smith) over three consecutive episodes.

This isn’t the first gay wedding in daytime. That milestone occurred in 2009 on ABC’s All My Children, when Eden (Bianca Montgomery) and Tamara (Reese Williams) donned designer dresses to mark the first-ever lesbian wedding.

NBC began developing its first-ever gay storyline in 2011 with the introduction of Sonny.

Josh Charles on 'Late Show': 'Everything's going to be okay!' -- VIDEO

In his first interview since his character took a fatal bullet on last night’s The Good Wife, Josh Charles taped an installment of The Late Show With David Letterman on Monday to talk about keeping the secret — and the reaction from fans.

“A lot of the, you know, the response on Twitter has been much the same and I just want to say to the fans that, you know, I really appreciate all of your comments,” Charles said to Letterman. “I don’t know where I’m looking, but I just want to tell them that I really appreciate that … It’s meant a lot. I get invested in characters in TV shows, too, so. Everything’s going to be ok!”

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'Glee': Watch Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth sing 'Happy' on tonight's 100th episode -- VIDEO

Tonight’s Glee is a big one — the series airs its 100th episode and is bringing back some favorite characters for the event, including Holly Holliday (Gwyneth Paltrow) and April Rhodes (Kristin Chenoweth). Watch below as the pair collaborate with the New Directions kids on the Pharrell hit “Happy.” READ FULL STORY

'The Little Couple' sneak peek: 'This cancer thing ... I have to deal with it' -- VIDEO

In tonight’s episode of TLC’s The Little Couple, the family reunites in Houston where they face the first big crisis – Jen’s cancer diagnosis that made national headlines.

Here’s a peek of the episode that airs at 10/9c every Tuesday:

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'Justified': Mary Steenburgen on her debut (and sticking around for the final season!) -- FIRST LOOK

Mary Steenburgen begins her arc on Justified this Tuesday as Katherine Hale, the widow of a crime boss Wynn Duffy (Jere Burns) had worked for — not Theo Tonin — and a woman whose opinion Duffy clearly values. Though she’s been out of the business for a while, Katherine remains, as executive producer Graham Yost says, “as sweet as a mint julep and as lethal as a copperhead.” Steenburgen seconds that. “The character is very Elmore Leonard-like in that she’s full of surprises and you don’t ever really turn your back on her,” she says. How soon might we see her strike? “You may see some of it sooner than you think,” she answers coyly. And if not, there’s always next year. She’ll stick around for the show’s final season: “Where she goes next season is why I wanted her to join this rather than just do a couple of episodes. It’s a really fascinating journey,” she says. “It gets set up a little bit in the last episode this season, and then it’s really cool what they’re planning.”

Her first scene (pictured) is with Burns, who she knew because he co-starred on the ABC comedy Help Me Help You (2006 to 2007) with her husband, Ted Danson. Yes, she enjoys watching him as much as we do: “The characters [on Justified] are on guard at all times. Anybody at any moment can do something incredibly violent to each other. That’s the world of that show. There’s not the usual half-page warning that something terrible’s about to happen. It just, like, comes out of nowhere,” she says with a laugh, “and so as an actor, part of the job is to be extremely observant of each other. You’re watching. And watching Jere Burns is a joy. It’s such an interesting, bizarre character that he’s created.” (She’s also enjoyed watching Walton Goggins, with whom she’s shared scenes. She hopes to work with Timothy Olyphant for the first time in season 7.) READ FULL STORY

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