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
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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:
'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
Monday night’s Bates Motel, airing at 10 p.m. on A&E, features a truly twisted family reunion when Caleb (Kenny Johnson) pays a visit to the Bates Motel in order to reunite with his sister Norma (Vera Farmiga). In last year’s season finale, Norma revealed to Norman (Freddie Highmore) that her brother had raped her when they were growing up.
EW has an exclusive peek at the episode which features a rather tense initial run-in between Caleb and Norma’s other son Dylan (Max Thieriot). Watch below: READ FULL STORY
Black is (almost) back! And from the looks of things, not much has changed.
The first photos from Orange Is the New Black‘s second season are equal parts comedy and drama. The first image is all about the scene that closed out season 1, when Piper took out all of her bare-fisted anger on Tiffany. To be fair, Tiffany did come at Piper first — but as we can see, it’s Piper who’s left standing with blood on her hands. And by the look on her faced, we’d bet she just got caught. We can only hope she spends a little time in maximum security, if only so that we can see Miss Claudette again.
In the second image, we see Red once again standing her ground. This time, she’s face to face with a new character, Lorraine Toussaint’s Vee. If we had to guess what comes next, it’s that Vee quickly learns you don’t mess with Red — unless you want to eat dirt (and/or tampon sandwiches) for the rest of your sentence. Or until you somehow win her over. Also, are they fighting in a greenhouse? Perhaps we’ll be getting a few new settings in season 2.
NBC has released the first image of occult detective John Constantine, the leading character in the network’s adaptation of the popular DC Comics title.
Matt Ryan (Torchwood) stars in the drama pilot from executive producers Daniel Cerone, David S. Goyer and director Neil Marshall. “I’ve been a fan of John Constantine since he was first introduced in 1985,” Goyer said in a statement. “This Constantine, envisioned by Neil Marshall and embodied by Matt Ryan, looks like he sprang directly from the comics’ covers. Fans old and new are going to be in for a treat.”
Constantine follows Liverpool con-man-turned-occult-detective John Constantine, who is reluctantly thrust into the role of defending the world against dark forces from beyond.
John Constantine first appeared as a supporting character in Swamp Thing in 1985. The character was later featured in the bestselling titles Hellblazer and Constantine.
From Family Jewels to inside the yellow tape: Gene Simmons will play himself on Wednesday’s episode of CSI.
The episode on CBS will involve a rock-and-roll-themed murder mystery. Simmons is questioned while holding a pair of tiny not-so-whiteys.
Here’s a peek: READ FULL STORY
Tuesday marks the return of Glee after their winter hiatus and a new night (Tuesday) and time (8 p.m. ET) for the Fox musical hit. The new episode, fittingly titled “Frenemies,” finds Santana (Naya Rivera) playing understudy to Rachel (Lea Michele) in the Broadway revival of Funny Girl. Naturally, this does not bring them closer. Watch Santana nail “Don’t Rain on My Parade” (which Rachel previously performed at Sectionals in season 1) in the clip below! READ FULL STORY
'New Girl': Linda Cardellini talks humping cars, hooking up with Schmidt in 'Sister II' -- EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK
Guess who’s tossing knives and stirring up trouble?
Abby Day has been creating a rumpus since dropping her bags for an indefinite stay at the New Girl loft. Now, in an exclusive First Look video, star Linda Cardellini teases the highjinks her wild-child character will get up to on Tuesday’s episode, “Sister II.” Suffice it to say, no vintage automobile or ex-boyfriend will be safe.
Watch Cardellini weigh in on her sweet hook-up with Schmidt (Max Greenfield) — and get hints of how Schmidt’s former lady love Cece (Hannah Simone) will react.
Fresh off the steam of New Girl‘s most-watched ever post-Super Bowl episode featuring Prince, the show is back with another high-profile guest star. In addition to the always welcome return of Nick’s former live-in love Caroline (Mary Elizabeth Ellis), “Exes” also introduces Jess’ old beau Berkley (Adam Brody).
In an exclusive First Look at tonight’s installment, the O.G. O.C. geek crush talks about his hippie-dippie stay-at-home dad character, who at first appears to have remained besties with Jess (watch out for granolicious inside jokes!). But, as much as Brody himself had an easy time filming with stars Zooey Deschanel and Jake Johnson, the end of the clip shows a touch of friction that implies things don’t quite go according to the adorkable plan. Check it out below, then begin your rampant speculation! READ FULL STORY
Meeting your future in-laws is never easy and on Friday’s episode of Grimm, Rosalee (Bree Turner) is going to learn this first hand.
In the exclusive sneak peek below, watch as Monroe’s (Silas Weir Mitchell) parents, played by Dee Wallace and Chris Mulkey, drop in on the couple for a visit, only to find a frazzled (and somewhat unprepared) Rosalee.
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