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'Grimm' first look: Rescuing zombie Nick, and another Grimm coming to town? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Grimm‘s second season ended with Nick being abducted and, unfortunately, turned into a zombie. Happens to the best of us, right?

So where will season 3 pick up? Right where things left off, with zombies still attacking the car. And although that scene might look familiar to viewers, Nick, on the other hand, seems to have undergone some changes with the whole becoming-a-zombie of it all. “I go berserk,” David Giuntoli says in our exclusive first-look video.

However, while Nick is busy being “mean” and “physically aggressive,” according to Giuntoli, the others find out he might not be the only Grimm in the world. Elsewhere, Monroe and Rosalee are getting hot and heavy, and Adalind is trying to find a way to get her powers back now that she’s pregnant.

Watch the cast talk about all of the season 3 action and (many) stunts in our exclusive video below:
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David Blaine returns to television with celebrity-filled ABC special -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

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Are David Blaine’s magic tricks real? Can they be done anywhere? Those are the questions Blaine is addressing in his upcoming 90-minute special, David Blaine: Real or Magic, which EW has learned exclusively will premiere Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 9:30 p.m. on ABC.

After working mainly on stunts since 1999, Blaine recently decided it was once again time to stretch his magic-trick muscles on camera. The twist? He wanted to go into the homes of some of the world’s most famous people to get real reactions. From Kanye West to Katy Perry, Robert De Niro, Will Smith, Harrison Ford, George W. Bush, Olivia Wilde, Jamie Foxx, Aaron Paul, Bryan Cranston, and more, Blaine spent the past year making some of the most well-known people in the world question what’s real in the comfort of their own living rooms, kitchens, pools, and more.

“For this special, I wanted to focus only on the magic and the people, so for the first time in over a decade, I concentrated just on doing simple things that could be done anywhere to capture the reactions that I fell in love with,” Blaine tells EW.

And although Blaine knows a magic trick or two (or a thousand), his greatest feat might have been getting people like Stephen Hawking and Woody Allen to open their doors to him. “It was amazing to have the chance to perform magic for my heroes, people I respect and admire. I definitely owe a lot of favors for the rest of my life,” Blaine says.
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First Look: 'Super Fun Night' does Halloween -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

It’s about to be a super fun Halloween.

Check out an exclusive first look at Super Fun Night‘s Halloween episode, in which Kimmie decides the office costume party is the perfect place to tell Richard how she feels. But how does she express her feelings? By dressing in a sexy costume, obviously. And in theory, it’s a good idea … until Kendall shows up with the same plan.

Elsewhere, the girls also get invited to a Halloween party at their apartment building. The more parties, the better, right?

Check out our exclusive photos below:
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'Survivor' host Jeff Probst grills 'Millers' writer John Cochran -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

First, John Cochran won Survivor. Then, he moved to L.A. to write for The Millers. And now, we’ve got an exclusive look at another installment of Surviving L.A., a four-part behind-the-scenes look at Cochran’s transition from island champion to Hollywood writer.

In the latest installment, Cochran meets the cast, forms his “main alliance” with Millers star Beau Bridges, and gets quizzed by Survivor host Jeff Probst. Cochran admits he uses the same “selfish instinct” in the writers’ room as he did on the island and says he has Survivor to thank for his success. Probst and Cochran then briefly geek out about Cheers co-creator James Burrows directing an episode of The Millers before Probst has to be on his way … leaving only his Probstégé behind.

Check in on how Cochran’s new life is treating him in the video below:
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See 'Bold and the Beautiful' actress as DIY star of HGTV -- VIDEO

When the Emmy-winning Heather Tom isn’t lathering up the suds on CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful, she and her husband James are following in the footsteps of other celebrities (see: Bronson Pinchot, Vanilla Ice, Adam Carolla) who have parlayed their love for home renovation into a part-time TV career.

Tom stars in Renovation Unscripted, an HGTV show that, well — let’s have Tom explain it herself: “We never seem to make any money doing it. But we’re not in it to get rich! Both my husband and I bought houses, completely redid them, and then we started doing projects with friends, who recommended us to friends, and now we have actual clients. We can’t say no to these things. We design everything.”

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'The Voice' winner Cassadee Pope talks her new CMT docuseries -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Whether you recognize the name Cassadee Pope from her one-time band, Hey Monday, or as the season 3 winner of The Voice, you’re about to get the opportunity to know her a lot better. On Oct. 4, CMT will premiere Cassadee Pope: Frame by Frame, a six-part docuseries that follows the Voice winner’s journey from reality-TV hit to full-time singer-songwriter, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the show.

“I was actually approached by CMT about it, and I have to admit, at first I didn’t want people to think that I just do reality shows now,” Pope says. “And then the more we got to talking about it the more I realized it wasn’t going to be like your everyday reality show. It’s raw, and it’s gritty, and it’s not super polished.”

In terms of a timeline, Team Blake’s Pope won The Voice in December of 2012, and the docuseries started filming the following March when she was wrapping up her first album, which is also titled Frame By Frame and will be available Oct. 8. The series kicks off during Pope’s radio tour and concludes after she finishes shooting her first music video, totaling about three months of her post-Voice life.
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'New Girl' First Look: Schmidt's party of three? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Tonight’s New Girl is technically entitled “Nerd,” but Schmidt’s subplot should probably be called “Playa.” The show’s resident douchebag (Max Greenfield) has been juggling two ladies since the season 2 finale and, as we saw in last week’s premiere, he’s not ready to give either of them their walking papers. Of course, shenanigans ensue, including Schmidt getting roped into inviting both Cece (Hannah Simone) and Elizabeth (awesome-speech-giving Emmy winner Merritt Wever) to an upcoming office party — you know, because those things aren’t awkward enough.

Will Schmidt finally crack under the pressure, or will he keep his love triangle going yet another week? Watch the exclusive First Look below for clues…
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'Survivor' winner-turned-'Millers' writer John Cochran takes us inside his L.A. life -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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Winning Survivor comes with many perks — including the opportunity to become … a comedy writer?

It’s true! Survivor‘s John Cochran — also an EW contributor — is now working on CBS’ new comedy The Millers. To prepare for the show’s premiere, CBS is releasing four installments of behind-the-scenes footage to document Cochran’s journey from the island to the writers’ room.

EW has an exclusive look at the first installment, which shows Cochran talking about his sudden move to L.A. (with his mother, of course) and how life continues now that he considers himself a “Probstégé,” a noun defined as “an individual who is guided and supported by a successful TV host and personality,” such as the one-and-only Jeff Probst.

See how Cochran is liking his new life in the video below:
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'The Good Wife': Vow renewals ... and house cleaning!

Gasp inducing, jaw dropping … that’s how CBS is describing the latest season of The Good Wife, which kicks off (finally!) on Sept. 29.

Here’s an exclusive first look at the network promo, which teases another potential temptation for Peter (!), and a very efficient way to clean one’s desk. READ FULL STORY

'Glee' First Look: Does this mean Blaine and Kurt are [SPOILER]? -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

Last season’s finale of Glee ended with Blaine (Darren Criss) contemplating proposing to soul mate Kurt (Chris Colfer). Well, we don’t know if he goes through with it or not, but based on this exclusive photo from the Sept. 26 premiere, the pair are getting along just fine.

But, Criss says, this is not Kurt accepting Blaine’s hand in marriage; he’s merely agreeing to date the former Warbler again. Blaine still pulls out all the stops for the wooing with a marching band accompanying him on The Beatles’ “Got to Get You Into My Life” (the two-part premiere is a tribute to the iconic British band). “Well, Glee never skimps,” Criss says of the elaborate number. “A simple question is not going to escape an elaborate gesture on Glee, that’s for sure.” What can Criss say about a potential Klaine engagement? Not much. Teases the actor: “There’s definitely going to be an answer to what Blaine is going to do within the first two episodes.”

'Revolution' sneak peek: 'The world is changed forever' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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The nukes are off! And although Comic-Con attendees might already know the fate of those missiles, EW has an exclusive first look at what else season 2 holds for Revolution.

The first episode back will pick up right where we left off, with everyone trying to correct their mistakes. But that won’t last long before we jump forward in time — by three months, to be exact. So what’s different about this season? Well, other than introducing a small town in Texas (another walled city) and adding a “more fantastical edge,” it seems to be the same Revolution we know and love. Oh, but don’t forget about nervous breakdowns, murdering missions, refugee camps, and a potential “bigger force” at play. So it’s Revolution, but just with a “different little kick to it.”

Watch the exclusive sneak peek below:
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First Look: 'Duck Dynasty' duo visits 'Last Man Standing' -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

Willie and Si Robertson are taking their camouflage to the small screen.

EW has an exclusive first look at The Duck Dynasty stars’ acting debut on the upcoming season premiere of Last Man Standing. Willie and Si will play Brody and Uncle Ray, two patrons of The Outdoor Man Store where Mandy’s boyfriend Kyle works. Brody and Uncle Ray are suiting up for their annual moose hunting expedition. No ducks are scheduled to appear … that we know of.

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'American Horror Story': See Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett in 'Coven,' plus plot details -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

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FX’s third installment of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s American Horror Story: Coven has been shrouded in mystery … until now. EW is not only exclusively debuting these images of new stars Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett, but also revealing plot detail on the acclaimed series in this week’s Fall TV Preview, on stands now.

The witch-centric Coven, shot on location in New Orleans, once again stars Jessica Lange (alongside several AHS alums) but in a much different role from last year’s glum Sister Jude on AHS: Asylum. In Coven’s universe, Lange’s glam Fiona is the Wicked Witch of the West. Labeled a “Supreme” for her mighty magical abilities, Fiona is witch royalty, descended from Salem spell casters, and has spent recent years using her powers to stay fabulous, like any good aging diva.
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