Stuart Townsend has landed a multi-episode arc on Elementary, EW has learned exclusively.
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Necessary Roughness star Callie Thorne has landed a guest-starring role on NCIS: New Orleans, EW has learned exclusively.
As if Emma didn’t have enough on her plate, now there’s a very real possibility that her pirate boyfriend is going to die—she just doesn’t know it yet.
During Sunday’s episode of Once Upon a Time, Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) attempted to stop Rumple (Robert Carlyle) from stealing Emma’s (Jennifer Morrison) powers. Thwarted after Elsa (Georgina Haig) helped Emma get her powers under control, Rumple set his sights on getting the other ingredient he needs to rid himself of the dagger: the heart of someone who knew him before he was the Dark One. Unfortunately, the only person left alive from that era is Hook, whose heart is swiftly ripped out. Though he’s not dead yet, Rumple vows to kill Hook once he’s run a few errands for him first.
After MTV announced that the network’s Scream adaptation had been picked up to series, news spread that the show did not have the rights to use the iconic Ghostface mask that is synonymous with the franchise. You may have been one of the many fans scratching your head wondering: How is this Scream without the Scream mask?! EW has the scoop:
Kathleen Rose Perkins has landed a guest-starring role on The Millers as a potential love interest for Will Arnett’s character, EW has learned exclusively.
Bradley Whitford has joined the cast of Showtime’s Happyish pilot, EW has learned.
The comedy follows Thom Payne’s (Steve Coogan) pursuit of happiness in the midst of dealing with a world he doesn’t understand, a pursuit that might just be the thing causing his unhappiness in the first place.
Beets, bears, Battlestar Galactica… Backstrom?
The Office’s Rainn Wilson is returning to TV in Fox’s dramedy Backstrom, in which he plays the titular self-destructive and bigoted detective. Fox released the first promo for the series, which also stars Dennis Haysbert and Kristoffer Polaha:
Bonnie Winterbottom killed Sam Keating—at least that’s what the How to Get Away with Murder fans think.
“So many people still think it’s me,” Liza Weil tells EW on the set of the ABC drama. “You guys did the odds poll and I’m still No. 1. I’m still getting emails from family members and friends. A lot of people think [sleeping with Asher] was Bonnie’s alibi.”
Annalise’s (Viola Davis) right-hand woman gained traction as a suspect after viewers got to see her icy side toward the students, while at the same time showing a soft spot for her boss’ husband, which could be motive enough if she somehow feels slighted by Sam (Tom Verica). But Weil is quick to point out why Bonnie may not be the murderer.
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