American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy, joined by members of the AHS cast, took the stage at PaleyFest Friday night and revealed that season 3 will be called… READ FULL STORY »
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Someone is breaking the Wesen Code on this week’s Grimm and it has the rest of the town’s Wesen population sweating.
As you can see in this exclusive clip, Monroe and Rosalee must do damage control after some Wesen go on a robbery spree in their fully morphed forms (a serious violation of the Wesen Code as it allows humans to see them). But how will they help stop it? Find out on Friday’s episode.
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UPDATE: The “Veronica Mars—the Movie” Kickstarter campaign has now reached its fundraising goal of $2 million.
A long time ago, we used to be friends, but I haven’t thought of you lately at all…
For some, that’s the opening line to a tune by The Dandy Warhols. For others, that’s the beginning to the theme song of a cult classic TV show that has never left their thoughts: Veronica Mars, the sophisticated teen drama/mystery serial starring Kristen Bell (Showtime’s House of Lies) as a strong and spirited new-model Nancy Drew whose adventures explored and exposed the rotten, complex injustice in her seaside town of Neptune, Calif. Ever since The CW canceled the series in 2007 after three seasons (the first two on UPN), can’t-let-go fans have pined for a movie. So have Bell and Mars creator Rob Thomas. “I have never fallen so deeply in love with a character,” Bell tells Entertainment Weekly. “ We all became so close, and the cancellation of the show left a huge hole in my heart. I would have put on Veronica Mars: The Circus to bring it back.”
'Fringe' secrets revealed: 'September's Notebook' authors discuss making the ultimate companion book
Fringe wrapped its five-year foray into the far-out realms of science and dangerous dimensions of the human heart back in January. (Sniffle.) But today, exec producer J.H. Wyman, who oversaw the Bad Robot drama’s swan song season, tweeted out a touching post-script for fans: A drawing of a white tulip.
More than just an allusion to several Fringe episodes (including our pick for best ever), the image — which is meant to be printed out — has additional significance to anyone who has purchased September’s Notebook, a uniquely designed, detail-rich tome that summarizes the saga and digs deep into the show’s mythology by re-telling the epic (parallel universes, multiple timelines, and all) through the perspective of near omniscient, always Fedora’d, bald-headed Observer September. (Except for those years when he was Hairy Donald.) (Another time.) (Or read the book!)
The last pages include a replica of the envelope that Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson) received from his father Walter (John Noble) in the last scene of the last episode — except that unlike Peter’s envelope, which contained the white tulip drawing, the book’s envelope is empty. With Wyman’s print-and-save tweet, your copy of September’s Notebook is now complete. READ FULL STORY »
The cult on Fox’s The Following grows with every episode and this week we finally met someone the followers have been discussing but have never seen: Roderick (Warren Kole). Basically the second-in-command to Joe Carroll (James Purefoy), Roderick made his debut on tonight’s episode and shockingly revealed that he’s actually a man of the law and policing the town where the cult has made its headquarters. EW talked exclusively to Kole about this character and what’s ahead for Roderick and The Following.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: This show is so secretive. Did you get any details about him?
WARREN KOLE: It’s funny. I was able to talk with Kevin [Williamson] and with Fox a little when they were looking to introduce this character. In the audition, I went in and read to give an idea of what I was thinking of. But the part I created in the read, once I arrived on set, had absolutely nothing to do with who this guy actually was. So it was more just a quality they were looking for. They were looking to me to dive in once I got there. That’s sort of how Kevin works and how the show works. It’s a challenge for all of us to sort of sit there and bite your nails and wanna know more but you’re gonna find out what you find out when you find out. READ FULL STORY »
The end of the TV season is closer than you think! So start setting your plans — or, really, canceling all your plans. Need specific dates? You’re in luck. CBS has announced the finale dates for all its shows.
Check them out below. READ FULL STORY »
ABC Family announced its summer premiere dates today, including a start date for the fourth season of Pretty Little Liars.
Check out the schedule below, which includes some info on some of the new shows.
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'The Carrie Diaries': Watch new couple Carrie and Sebastian get anointed 'Kyddshaw' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
Brangelina. Bennifer. Now, Kyddshaw. On this Monday’s episode of The CW’s The Carrie Diaries, titled “The Great Unknown” and airing at 8 p.m., new couple Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) and Sebastian (Austin Butler) find that they’ve been given a nickname by their high school classmates: Kyddshaw. It’s a combination of their last names, Kydd and Bradshaw. Too cute. Watch the adorableness below. READ FULL STORY »
Why did Chris O’Donnell take the NCIS: LA cast and crew to a Russian bathhouse?
For starters, it was for work — not leisure. And in fact, the trip to the bathhouse was part of some of the hardest days O’Donnell has ever put in during his time at NCIS: LA.
Tonight’s episode, titled “Wanted,” marks O’Donnell’s directorial debut, and the episode took the actor/director and the show’s hardworking crew to a number of “fun” locations — Russian bathhouse included. “It was fun to have some input on the locations and where we shot,” O’Donnell tells EW. “We scouted several [bathhouses]; there some locations I just couldn’t put the crew through. There are some pretty shady bathhouses in Los Angeles.”
It all worked out in the end, though, and the result is an intense Sam-centric episode that revisits one of the season’s major arcs. O’Donnell expands in our on-camera interview, which you can watch below.
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Exciting news for American Horror Story fans: EW can exclusively reveal that Sister Jude herself, Jessica Lange, has now been confirmed for AHS: Asylum‘s PaleyFest panel on March 15. The closing night event, moderated by yours truly, now has an updated line-up:
- Ryan Murphy, Co-Creator & Exec Producer
- Brad Falchuk, Co-Creator & Exec Producer
- Dante DiLoreto, Executive Producer
- Tim Minear, Executive Producer
- Jessica Lange, “Sister Jude Martin”
- Frances Conroy, “Dark Angel”
- Evan Peters, “Kit Walker”
- Lily Rabe, “Sister Mary Eunice”
- James Cromwell, “Dr. Arthur Arden”
- Plus additional guests to be announced
Tickets are still available for the event and can be purchased here. If you’re unable to make it to L.A., the panel will also be live streamed that night at http://new.livestream.com/paleyfest. In addition. all the panels are available on Hulu and Hulu Plus the next day.
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Television legend Regis Philbin has been without a regular TV gig since leaving Live! With Regis and Kelly in 2011. But this summer, Reeg will return to the airwaves with a series on Fox Sports 1 — a new channel that will replace the Fox-owned Speed channel on cable.
Philbin’s new show — and Fox Sports 1′s very existence — won’t officially be announced until this afternoon. [Update: It's official!] Still, the advent of both is one of showbusiness’s worst-kept secrets; after some prodding from Barbara Walters, Philbin spilled the beans about his upcoming project on The View yesterday. “Yes, I think I will be doing another show,” the host said vaguely before giving a few specifics: “Fox is starting a sports channel. Everybody is starting a sports channel now, you know? Nothing but 24 hours of sports … Regis is going to have a show on that.” READ FULL STORY »
'The Carrie Diaries' scoop: Will Carrie return to NYC? Are Mouse and Sebastian headed for romance? Exec producer Amy B. Harris on what's ahead
The most recent episode of The CW’s The Carrie Diaries had many special moments, not the least of which were Carrie Bradshaw’s first encounter with both Manolo Blahniks and a Cosmopolitan. There were also break-ups, shake-ups and a lot of sequins! EW talked to Diaries’ executive producer Amy B. Harris about all the very fashionable drama.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So what will happen with Carrie and Interview? Her father forbade her from going to New York.
AMY B. HARRIS: Carrie is going to return to Manhattan and there’s going to be some surprising encounters that allow her to return to that universe. In Larissa, I think she has — I like to call her — the Id mother figure. So Larissa will play a big part of that.
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So You Think You Can Dance
So You Think You Can Dancewinner Jeanine Mason has scored a role in the upcoming Delirium pilot for Fox.
Mason joins a cast playing lead character Lena’s (Emma Roberts) party animal best friend, Hana, in the book-based pilot about a world in which love is treated as a disease known as Deliria. Per a character description, Hana is described as a “party animal” and “an apparently flirty girl who lives next door to Julian Fineman and enjoys messing with his head.” But it is teased that Hana may “ultimately less rebellious than she appears.”
Mason was most recently seen on ABC Family’s Bunheads and is best known for winning the fifth season of So You Think You Can Dance.
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