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InsideTV Podcast: Colton claims he did NOT quit 'Survivor' twice

Colton Cumbie secured his place in Survivor infamy last night when — coming off a season in which he was a legitimate contender for most unlikable Survivor contestant ever — he quit just days into Survivor: Blood vs. Water because he didn’t like his tribemates. But if he thought he was taking the easy way out, he was wrong, because host Jeff Probst lit into him for what the host suggested was a “selfish” move. Actually, the host suggested a lot more than that, even reaching into the past of Survivor: One World to throw another accusation Colton’s way. “What is it that has happened on your tribe that is forcing you to quit,” asked Probst, “for what now I can confirm for myself is a second time? The first time you feigned an appendicitis. Turns out you didn’t have it. You want to own that one now?”

Colton called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) this morning and, in fact, did not want to own it, claiming that it was some sort of mystery illness that led him to leave Survivor: One World. Colton told Jessica Shaw and me exactly why he quit this time, how he felt about Probst raking him over the coals, and what he thinks the public’s perception of him is now. He also reveals what put him on the outs of the tribe (targeting Aras), and that he actually would not have quit had Tyson swapped places with Rachel at Redemption Island, putting her on his tribe. Whether you love him or hate him — and I’m guessing almost everyone falls into the latter category — you’ll want to hear what Colton has to say about his latest debacle of a showing and you can do it by clicking on the audio player icon below. READ FULL STORY

'Revenge' preview: Emily VanCamp and EP give six teases for season 3

The upcoming season of Revenge is a clean slate in many ways. Not only do we shed some of the complications that muddled the second season (buh-bye, Initiative!) but the characters will all find themselves with renewed purpose — not the least of which will be Emily Thorne’s new reason to push for the conclusion of her Revengenda.

It all kicks off Sunday with a big episode that will [spoiler!] find Emily Thorne shot in the first 60 seconds. For scoop on that and plenty more, read below for teases from star Emily VanCamp and executive producer Sunil Nayar. READ FULL STORY

'Bones,' 'Chicago Fire,' 'Suits,' 'How I Met Your Mother': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Vacation is over. Time to kick off the Fall TV season in style!

Step one: Pick up this monster of an issue. Step two:  Program DVR(s). Step 3: Enjoy the scoop below! Step 4: Send me your burning questions (spoilerroom@ew.com)

‘BONES': FOUR BURNING QUESTIONS ANSWERED

+ Tease a cute Bones/Booth moment! — Rita
The end of the premiere is very touching. Watching Bones deal with her hurt feelings throughout the episode is hard (especially since Emily Deschanel is so good!) but it’s worth it for the ending.

+ Anything you can tell me about Pelant’s demise? — Cassie
Here’s what I can say: In the premiere, you don’t SEE Pelant, but his presence is so foreboding that a paranoid person might start looking at every piece of electronics in their house with a raised eyebrow. Meanwhile, anyone looking to buy some electronics?

+ How much do we see Freddie Prinze Jr. in the premiere? Did you like him? — Farrah
He doesn’t have a huge amount of screen time in the first episode, but we are introduced to the character, knowing he’ll be back at some point. (By the end of the hour, he owes Booth a favor!) And with such a small amount of screen time, it’s hard to read this character, but I like what I see so far. He’s almost seems like alt-Booth — almost how I imagine Booth had he not found Brennan and the Squints. If that makes sense.

+ Any teases for episodes beyond the premiere or the wedding? — Val
In the second episode — which, as previously reported, takes place at a couples retreat — there’s a sweat lodge scene. #thankyouproducers As for the wedding, this affair won’t be rushed. We’ll see a reception. There’s lots of returns. (Ryan O’Neal! Ty Panitz! Cyndi Lauper!) And, duh, a ceremony! 

‘CHICAGO FIRE': FIVE PREMIERE TEASES!

Chicago Fire fans should be excited about the season to come. Why? I’ll give you FIVE reasons…

+ The episode takes place on Casey’s first day back after taking a trip to clear his head. He’s still struggling with the death of Hallie but he’s not as bad as when we last saw him depressed and disheveled. So are things looking up for him? Not exactly. By the end of the episode, he’s going to find himself very close to a situation that promises more headache-inducing situations. Can’t this guy catch a break?

+ One of the firefighters betrays his colleagues in what they believe to be a big way. It’s actually more hilarious than serious.

+ Michelle Forbes is deliciously evil in the role of Gail McLeod, a ball-busting consultant who is charged with keeping an eye on the firehouse. Gail is also the lady charged with deciding which firehouses are due for closure because of budget cuts. Her first interaction with Boden will leave you worried about Firehouse 51.

+ We learn one of the characters is being targeted! Like, someone-wants-you-dead targeted.

+ One of the crew is going to run for union president! I love the character the writers picked to lead this storyline. Guesses?

‘SUITS': SARAH RAFFERTY TEASES THE FINALE

This season of Suits has been a rollercoaster ride of the best kind — both in terms of the relationships on the show and in terms of the larger arc about the firm as a business. And if Sarah Rafferty is to be believed, the finale will be a fitting ending to a twist-filled season. In the episode, airing Tuesday, the firm will still be reeling from the divorce with Darby, and on top of that, dealing with the lawsuit brought against them by Ava Hessington. “For better or worse, everyone has to come together and deal with that,” teases Rafferty.

But it’s not all drama, she says. “I can tell you there are some surprising, warm moments,” she says, “but just when you’re sinking into that great feeling of warm fuzziness, you’re kind of slammed with a bit of a revelation that you’re going to have to wait to find out [more] about in the winter premiere.” That’s right, there’s a cliffhanger. Surprise! (Not really.)

Elsewhere, look for Donna to have a really great scene with Stephen Huntley that takes place in prison, as seen in the promo. “You get a chance to see Donna have a little bit of closure,” she says.

MORE SCOOPLETS THIS WAY…

'Revenge' key art: Emily Thorne is a bloody bride -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) is a bride-to-be on the upcoming season of Revenge, but something tells us this wedding isn’t going to go according to plan. That “something” is the show’s season 3 key art, which EW has obtained exclusively.

In the gorgeous photo above, Emily dons a pristine white wedding gown, a perfect tan (thanks, Hamptons!) and a very gloomy bouquet of thorny black roses that seem to be the cause of the stream of blood running down her arm. (We’re guessing this one’s not going on the mantel…)
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'Revenge': Emily and Aiden talk betrayals in season 2 deleted scene -- EXCLUSIVE

For Revenge fans missing their Emily Thorne-Aiden Turner moments, this exclusive deleted scene entitled “Betrayals” may satiate their hunger. Aiden (Barry Sloane) confides in Emily (Emily VanCamp) after Daniel Grayson (Joshua Bowman) discovers Aiden’s connection to Flight 197 and his vendetta against the nefarious Initiative. He’s anxious to accelerate their plan for revenge — the show is called Revenge after all — but Emily’s slow burn of a plot is not to be rushed. Seeds of uncertainty and doubt start to grow between these partners/ part-time lovers.

Drama with a capital D — check it out here: READ FULL STORY

'Revenge' star Gabriel Mann teases a tech showdown: 'It's sexy in a techie way'

Nolan Ross (played by Gabriel Mann) has had a rough season on Revenge!  His greatest and most deadly invention was taken from him, he ceded half of his company to the snake Daniel, and his girlfriend betrayed his trust and then died (probably?). ”I would say one thing about the character’s on Revenge, they’re awfully resilient,” Mann said about how Nolan’s recovering from the Padma shocker.

Still, it’d be great if Nolan could win some time soon. Although the introduction of Fa1c0n (a hacker genius who works for the Graysons and was partially responsible for David Clarke’s imprisonment) may have confused some, it does provide Nolan with a worthy nemesis. READ FULL STORY

'Person of Interest,' 'Revenge,' 'Scandal,' 'Castle': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Afternoon, Roomies! Happy…what is today? I hate three-day weekends. (That’s a lie: I love them.)

Anyway, check out today’s offerings; I hope it’s enough to feed your inner scoop-hungry beast. Next week: PaleyFest kicks off in Los Angeles! I’m excited and you should be too. Make sure you send me all your questions for the casts of Once Upon a Time, Walking Dead, Community, Revolution, Parenthood, Arrow, and more! (Email is spoilerroom@ew.com)

Follow me for the most updates as well. @EWSandraG
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Gabriel Mann on tonight's 'Revenge': 'It sets us up on a crash course to the rest of the season.'

Will tonight’s Revenge will finally reveal the identity of the person viewers saw dead at the bottom of the ocean earlier this season? Absolutely. In fact, Gabriel Mann promises, “it will be hard to miss.”

“It sets us up on a crash course to the rest of the season,” he says of the episode, titled “Sacrifice.” “It certainly re-ups the revenge games that have been going on in a completely different way….It’s a mother of an episode, for sure.”

Tonight’s explosive hour, which finds the Graysons throwing their annual Labor Day bash, comes smack in the middle of what Mann says are some of the season’s best episodes as they are dripping in the payoff fans have been waiting for. “I love these episodes because I think that they are everything that’s fantastic about the show,” he says. “All the questions people have and all the different mysterious elements that take [the characters] a beat to figure out, generally come back to bite the characters in the ass.” READ FULL STORY

'White Collar,' 'Arrow,' 'Revenge,' 'Justified,' 'NCIS': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Hey, gang! How’ve you been?

Personally, 2013 is off to an insanely fun start. Just yesterday, for example, I spent the day on the NYC set of CBS’s upcoming procedural drama, Golden Boy. (Hence the column’s one day delay!) The show stars Theo James (a name/face Downton Abbey fans probably know) and debuts in February. I’ll have plenty from that visit soon.

I hope your New Year has been equally thrilling, but if not, spice up your life by submitting your spoiler Qs! (As usual, spoilerroom@ew.com is the best way!)

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Nick Wechsler previews 'Revenge' return: Will Jack go down a 'dark road' to protect his family?

For a brief moment on ABC’s Revenge, Nick Wechsler (pictured, far right) says his character Jack was happier than he’s ever been. He had a new baby, a woman with whom he was beginning to fall back in love, and finally had a direction in life. But as his father’s past begins to catch up with his sons, Wechsler says happy times might be over.

“I think he’s gone another place entirely — he’s thinking darker thoughts,” says Wechsler, whose show returns tonight with new episodes. “I think he’s always going to try to find the most legal and moral way out of things, but if forced, I think he might go darker. But we’ll see what they have in store.” READ FULL STORY

'Revenge' sneak peek: Will a break up reunite [spoiler] and [spoiler]? -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

A new year, a new opportunity for Emily to play mind games.

As you can see in the spoilery exclusive clip below from Sunday’s Revenge — the show’s first new episode of 2013 — Emily (Emily VanCamp) is starting off the new year with a clean slate: READ FULL STORY

Best of 2012: 5 great cliffhangers

The purpose of a cliffhanger is to keep the fans talking — for a week or for months. Here are five that got our readers buzzing.

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Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes): 'Revenge' writer on the creation of the White Haired Man

Nothing kept us on the edge of our seats this year quite like the soapy, campy Revenge. While many revelations — the mysterious body identity, Victoria boarding a doomed plane — had us freaking out to our friends and hitting Twitter to float theories, one of the most buzzy and exciting twists was the introduction of the mysterious White Haired Man. We knew very little about him, and every morsel of intel we got just raised more questions. The pacing and set up were extraordinary, particularly in the penultimate episode of last season, “Grief.” Joe Fazzio co-wrote the episode, and below, he takes us inside the intrigue of creating the character — and tells us how one of the most famous lines of the season came to pass. For more stories behind this year’s top TV and movie moments, click here for EW.com’s Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes) coverage.

By: Joe Fazzio

Initially, the White Haired Man appeared on the dry-erase-paint-covered walls of the Revenge writers’ room as “the Bearded Man” as sort of an homage to such nameless TV character greats as The X-Files’ “The Cigarette Smoking Man” or Twin Peaks’ “The Log Lady,” who were so mysteriously connected that they couldn’t be bothered with something as frivolous as a name. And once James Morrison was expertly cast in the role, we shifted focus from the facial to the faded follicle, and the White Haired Man was born.  READ FULL STORY

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