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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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ABC really doesn't want you to know what 'The Whispers' is about

ABC’s new midseason drama The Whispers is a mystery within a mystery.

The series is described as a race against the clock to defeat an unseen entity out to destroy the world. The entity uses children to do their bidding, purporting to be their imaginary friend named Drill. Of course, Drill is not really imaginary. But what is he (it?)? ABC really doesn’t want you to know—and we’ll respect that during this story—but some online sleuthing may provide you with answers. (Hint, hint.)

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How ABC's 'Secrets and Lies' is different from 'Broadchurch'

Nuanced murder mystery series have become very popular in recent years, begging the question how ABC’s new drama Secrets and Lies will differentiate itself from the crowd.

Secrets and Lies stars Ryan Phillippe as Ben Crawford, a man who becomes the number one suspect after he discovers the body of his neighbor’s son in the woods. The drama also stars Juliette Lewis as the obsessive Detective Cornell out to prove Ben is guilty.

“Ours is so much better,” Lewis joked to reporters of the comparisons to Broadchurch and its American remake, Gracepoint, during the Television Critics Association’s winter TV previews.

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John Ridley says 'American Crime' will draw parallels to recent events

When American Crime debuts in March, it will become one of the most topical new series to hit the air this season.

The new limited series from Oscar winner John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) follows the investigation and trial surrounding the racially-charged murder of a veteran in Modesto, Calif., from multiple perspectives, including characters portrayed by Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, Regina King, Benito Martinez and Elvis Nolasco.

Though American Crime was developed before the recent surge of alleged police brutality, Ridley notes that viewers will find that the series will draw parallels to the events surrounding the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Eric Garner in New York and other such instances that have made headlines over the last few years.

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Will 'Revenge' end this season? ABC boss weighs in

Though it seems like Revenge is inching closer to concluding its story, ABC boss Paul Lee told reporters at the Television Critics Association’s winter TV previews that the series is still going strong.

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'The Blacklist' enlists David Strathairn, Janel Moloney, Gloria Reuben for Super Bowl two-parter

The Blacklist is stocking up on guest stars for its upcoming two-parter that kicks off following the Super Bowl.

EW has learned exclusively that David Strathairn and Janel Moloney will appear in the post-Super Bowl episode, while Gloria Reuben will appear in in the second part, which airs on The Blacklist’s new night on Thursday, Feb. 5 at 9 p.m. on NBC.

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Emmy Rossum weighs in on 'exploitive' sex scenes

Though Shameless has the freedom afforded to it by being on Showtime—i.e. nudity, profanity and the like—star Emmy Rossum insists that the network has never been exploitive when it comes to sex scenes.

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'Nurse Jackie' boss answers: Will Jackie get a happy ending?

Nurse Jackie is ready for its final shift.

Though Jackie (Edie Falco) was arrested during the season finale, a promo for the Showtime series’ final season showed that the pill-popping addict will be back at work thanks to a lawsuit for wrongful termination, though she will have to earn the trust of her peers and family back. It’s become a bit of a running theme for Nurse Jackie in that the titular character has lied and schemed her way out of nearly every worst-case scenario and has lived to tell the tale. But will she be so lucky when the series comes to a close this year?

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'Agent Carter': Who might be Peggy's future husband?

It goes without saying that Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) is far from a damsel in distress. Though Captain America (Chris Evans) made quite an impact on her, she is not defined by the men in her life. With that being said, however, a scene in Captain America: The Winter Soldier reveals that Cap saved over 1,000 men during a rescue mission, one of which was the man that would go on to be Peggy’s husband.

Who is this mystery man? Marvel’s Agent Carter will provide a bit of a guessing game in that regard. “There’s fun in trying to figure out: Who is the guy she married?” executive producer Michele Fazekas tells EW.

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Showtime renews 'Shameless,' sets premieres for 'Nurse Jackie,' 'Penny Dreadful' and 'Happyish'

Shameless has been renewed for season six, Showtime boss David Nevins announced at the Television Critics Association’s winter TV previews.

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Taking 'Late Late Show' gig won't slow James Corden down creatively

If you haven’t yet heard of James Corden, you will get to know him very soon.

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Why Matthew Perry is doing CBS' 'The Odd Couple'

Matthew Perry is taking another swing at multi-camera comedy with CBS’ The Odd Couple adaptation, which comes after years of starring on mostly critically acclaimed, but low-rated series, including Mr. Sunshine, Go On and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.

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