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'Glee': Coach Beiste announces a life-changing decision in the latest episode

[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST EPISODE OF GLEE!!!]

Tonight’s Glee featured an emotional twist involving McKinley’s beloved football coach Shannon Beiste (Dot Marie Jones). In a heartbreaking scene, Beiste reveals to Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Sue (Jane Lynch) that the reason she’s been missing practices is that she’s preparing to transition to becoming a man. ”I gotta get my body in alignment with how I see myself,” she tells them teary-eyed. Sam is put in charge of the football team in her absence and Sue, surprisingly, promises Beiste that her job will be there for her when she returns to work. This storyline will continue to play out in Glee‘s final season. Watch the clip below…

How will 'Parks and Recreation' ultimately end?

After seven glorious season filled with waffles and bacon, the adventures of Johnny Karate and Burt Macklin, the life and death of Li’l Sebastian and Leslie Knope’s (Amy Poehler) shiny demeanor, Parks and Recreation will soon go off the air for good.

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'Chicago Fire'-'Chicago P.D.' crossover first look: Shay’s killer targets Dawson

The upcoming Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. crossover will be very dangerous for everyone as the teams get closer to tracking down arsonist Elliot Gish (Robert Knepper), who was responsible for Shay’s death. Though, it’s Dawson who should really be worried after she is specifically targeted by Gish in the trailer below. Will the teams be able to bring Gish to justice?

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'Revenge': Will Emily and Victoria survive Malcolm Black's wrath?

During Sunday’s episode of Revenge, Emily Thorne and Victoria Grayson will be forced to set their issues aside now that Malcolm Black has kidnapped them.

Hellbent on finding his daughter, Malcolm (Tommy Flanagan) will use those closest to David (James Tupper) as leverage after the Clarke patriarch threatened his daughter’s life. Little does Malcolm know, his daughter is already dead, forcing David to race against the clock to find Emily (Emily VanCamp) and Victoria (Madeleine Stowe). “The furnace of hell has been lit,” Tupper tells EW. “I’m not going to let someone take my daughter away from me. I’m on the revenge path. It’s a really fun episode. We have so much fun doing social gatherings, but the other thing is sometimes it becomes this ninja show. We lean heavily into the ninja in the next episode.” READ FULL STORY

Ellen DeGeneres' new NBC comedy is not just a lesbian show

NBC’s new comedy One Big Happy stars Elisha Cuthbert and Nick Zano as best friends Lizzy and Luke, who decide to have a child together right before Luke meets the love of his life in Prudence (Kelly Brook) and quickly gets hitched lest his British bride get deported. Oh, and Lizzy happens to be a lesbian. And famed lesbian Ellen DeGeneres happens to be one of the executive producers.

Much like the struggles faced by Ryan Murphy’s The New Normal, the assumption is that the comedy will be all about gay humor—though Lizzy does wear far too much flannel in the series premiere—but DeGeneres and series creator Liz Feldman insist the series is much more than that.

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Anna Friel swaps colorful 'Pushing Daisies' for NBC's gritty 'Odyssey'

Long before Zooey Deschanel brought New Girl‘s critically adored Jessica Day to life, Anna Friel was a ray of sunshine as Charlotte “Chuck” Charles on Bryan Fuller’s Pushing Daisies, the colorful, but short-lived ABC series that was surprisingly upbeat for a story about death. Chuck, who was brought back to life by her childhood sweetheart Ned (Lee Pace), really was the original adorkably beautiful brunette.

But now, Friel will bring a very different character to life on NBC’s Odyssey, a gritty drama in which a U.S. soldier Odelle Ballard (Friel) uncovers a computer file that suggests a U.S. corporation is funding Jihadists, which leads to her entire unit being wiped out as she attempts to make the conspiracy public.

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NBC has a theory why 'Peter Pan' flopped (and it's not their fault)

Peter Pan Live! had the makings of a hit after the success of The Sound of Music—Christopher Walken as a singing and dancing Captain Hook! Allison Williams to draw the millennials! But NBC’s second attempt at a live production fell far from what was expected of it. Who’s to blame for the low ratings of Peter Pan Live?

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Spoiler Room: Scoop on 'Orphan Black,' 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Grey's' and more

Welcome to the Spoiler Room, a safe place for spoiler addicts to come on a weekly basis to learn what’s coming next on their favorite shows and, hopefully, get a few of their own questions answered. If you want scoop on a specific show, send your questions to spoilerroom@ew.com.

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'Chuck' alum Zachary Levi to star in 'Heroes Reborn'

Zachary Levi has signed on to star in NBC’s Heroes Reborn, EW has confirmed.

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Syfy's '12 Monkeys' changes the rules of the movie

Syfy’s new time-traveling thriller 12 Monkeys will quickly differentiate itself from the 1995 film on which it is based by actually giving hope for the future.

The series stars Nikita’s Aaron Stanford as time traveler James Cole, who hails from a decimated future and journeys back to present day in a bid to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will pretty much annihilate the human race in 2017.

The catalyst for heading to the past comes after a team of scientists uncovers a message from virologist Dr. Cassandra Railly (Amanda Schull) seemingly warning them that Dr. Leland Goines (Željko Ivanek) is to blame for their dystopian future. Of course, not all is what it seems when it comes to time traveling, so Cole is forced to team up with Railly and seek the help of mental patient Jennifer Goines (Emily Hampshire)—yes, she’s related to the seemingly bad guy, and yes, she’s crazy because of events connecting to the eventual end of the world—who believes a group called the Army of the 12 Monkeys are to blame for the virus that goes on to claim most of humanity.

How does this all differ from the film? Well, when Bruce Willis attempted to change the past, he was always destined to fail as the movie explored themes of being unable to change your fate. On the series, however, things can and will change, which offers up a glimmer of hope that Cole’s mission isn’t all for naught. To get the scoop on the new series, EW sat down with executive producer Natalie Chaidez:

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Jason O'Mara tries to be a hero in USA's 'Complications' trailer

He’s faced dinosaurs on prehistoric earth and mobsters in vintage Vegas, but now Jason O’Mara will go up against gangsters in USA’s new drama Complications.

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Emily Kinney books first post-'Walking Dead' role

Emily Kinney has landed a guest-starring role on ABC’s Forever, which marks her first gig after being killed off The Walking Dead, EW has learned.

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'Agent Carter' burning question answered: Is Angie a spy?

When it was announced that Lyndsy Fonseca had joined the cast of Agent Carter, many Nikita fans may have assumed that she’d come out swinging. But after the premiere, they realized her character Angie is just an aspiring actress stuck working at the local Automat as a waitress while she tries to make her dreams come true. Of course, this made many viewers suspect that Angie might actually be a spy tasked with getting close to Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell).

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