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Francis comes clean to Henry's spirit in this 'Reign' sneak peek

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As if being the King of France isn’t hard enough, Francis has had to do it all the while being haunted by the spirit of his dead father. And as fans of Reign know, Francis was the one responsible for his father’s death, and therefore has been living with a great deal of guilt.

But in an exclusive sneak peek from this week’s episode, Francis can no longer keep his secret. In a confrontation with the woman Henry is possessing, Francis admits to killing his father … only he might have said it a little too loudly.

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Max has a girl in his bedroom in 'Parenthood' sneak peek

Max Braverman has grown up in front of Parenthood fans. He’s no longer the small child jumping in mud puddles on the playground. Now, he’s the teen who has found his first crush in a girl named Dylan. He’s not entirely sure how to feel about it, and neither are his parents, but nevertheless, it’s happening.

As viewers learned last week, Dylan’s feelings for Max currently rank at a 2.5 on a scale of 1 to 5. And in an exclusive sneak peek from this week’s episode, Max and Dylan try to take another step forward: Not only is she in his room, but they’re practicing the art of complimenting each other. Meanwhile, Kristina and Adam practice the art of snooping.

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Elena agrees to leave town with Stefan in 'Vampire Diaries' sneak peek

For five seasons, The Vampire Diaries took place in Mystic Falls, Virginia, where animal attacks were a common occurrence and the Founding Families had more than one secret up their sleeves. But thanks to the Travelers spell that ended season five, vampires can no longer enter Mystic Falls—which means that suddenly, the small town is no longer prone to animal attacks, and its population has decreased by at least 15 percent.

Most importantly, for some of our favorite supernatural characters, it means starting over. Although Elena, Alaric, and Caroline can simply run off to Whitmore, Stefan made a choice to relocate to Georgia. And in an exclusive sneak peek from this week’s episode, he tries to return to his “new home” when Elena intervenes.

Elena isn’t quite buying Stefan’s “it’s easy to start over” bit, so she makes a deal with him. If she tags along and is convinced that he can really start over, she’ll let him stay away. If not, she’s dragging his hero hair back to Mystic Falls. But according to the episode description, Stefan’s process of starting over will get interrupted by an unexpected visitor.

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'Good Wife' sneak peek: Alicia and Peter butt heads over Cary's bail

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As fans saw in last week’s Good Wife premiere, Alicia is willing to do just about anything to post Cary’s $1.3 million bail and get him out of what has proven to be a very dangerous prison. She was almost successful after one of Lemond Bishop’s associates offered up the necessary funds, but Finn quickly questioned the source of the money.

So now, we’ve got an exclusive first look at Sunday’s episode, in which Alicia needs Peter to sign off on a loan in order to help Cary. Only, if Peter’s learned anything from his past mistakes, it’s that documents don’t go away. Secrets come out. And signing this loan is not a secret he wants on his record.

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Klaus on 'The Originals' wants revenge in the 'most violent way possible'

On The Originals, Niklaus Mikaelson is not a fan of losing. Or maybe the more accurate statement is: Niklaus Mikaelson is a very big fan of revenge. The really, really bloody kind. And considering that Francesca was a central player in Klaus and Hayley having to give up baby Hope, you can bet that she will be target No. 1 when The Originals picks up for season two. But the thing is, when viewers do catch up with Klaus, he’s been imprisoned in his own home for the last four months.

“If you remember in the finale, there was a spell cast by Genevieve that bound Klaus’ strength to these rings that the wolves had, so every full moon the wolves they wouldn’t change, they would get more powerful and that power would come from Klaus so it would be zapped from him, so he’s been weakened by these rings,” Joseph Morgan said. “So, to a certain extent every month, [Klaus is] debilitated a little bit. So that’s been involved in the decision making.”

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New 'Homeland' season 4 teaser reveals juicy plot details

Showtime has released a new official trailer for Homeland‘s fourth season, premiering with a double episode on Oct. 5. The action-packed two-minute preview unveils plot details not included in the first two shorter and tamer Homeland teasers, released in July and August.

In the season-three finale, viewers learned that in the aftermath of Brody’s successful counterterrorism mission and subsequent public hanging, Carrie was appointed CIA Station Chief in Istanbul. (Check out EW‘s coverage for season-three recaps and more)The trailer kicks off six months later in Pakistan, and it makes several things clear.

Carrie and Saul are back to co-kicking ass. Carrie and Saul had a rocky relationship last season, to say the least; in the finale, Saul announces he’s leaving the CIA for the private sector. But what is Homeland without Mandy Patinkin? We see Carrie reluctantly accepting longtime friend Saul’s help—it looks like there’s a chance they’ll become the formidable team they once were.

There’s a lot of Corey Stoll. We get a closer look at the dubious role of newcomer Corey Stoll, the Golden Globe-nominated actor known for playing tortured politician Peter Russo on Netflix’s House of Cards. Stoll will play Sandy Bachman, the ambitious CIA Station Chief in Pakistan. Officially billed as a guest star, Stoll’s Homeland appearance looked to possibly be a limited engagement—but the new preview suggests viewers will be playing familiar season-long game of is-he-or-isn’t-he-a-double-agent with Bachman.

Carrie had Brody’s baby. The preview offers a few glimpses of a conspicuously red-haired little one, the baby of the now deceased Sergeant Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) that Carrie was pregnant with last season. Carrie’s sister Maggie (Amy Hargreaves) accuses Carrie of finagling her way into a position overseas in order to avoid raising her daughter. Harsh, but not out of character for our embattled protagonist.

The CIA will see the s–t hit the fan again. We see Saul watching a viral YouTube video titled “American Missile Strike on Wedding”—devastating footage of a CIA-led mission, ostensibly a drone strike, that becomes a PR nightmare for the agency.

Quinn is back. But so is Senator Lockhart. Fan-favorite CIA agent Peter Quinn (Rupert Friend) returns as Carrie’s coworker, confidante, and sometimes-savior. We see Quinn roughing up a baddie and protecting Carrie from an angry mob. And Tracy Letts is back to being the meddlesome jerk fans love to hate as good old Senator Lockhart.

Carrie is still the same rough-around-the-edges hero. True to form, Carrie is trying to get to the bottom of an epic, terrorism-fueled international mess. She offers to help protect a teenaged Pakistani boy whose family was kidnapped—before yelling at pretty much every single character in the preview.

Lena Dunham topples over on bike in 'Girls' season 4 sneak peek

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Girls lovers and hate watchers can unite in enjoyment of this sneak peek of season four of the HBO show. Showrunner and star Lena Dunham released an Instagram video in which Hannah Horvath (Dunham) rides her bicycle through an idyllic pasture, only to topple over in a heap. Could it be that Horvath is thriving in the great outdoors of Iowa? Fans won’t know until early 2015, but at least the props crew was diligent enough to put a bike helmet on Dunham for the shot.

Watch the first seven minutes of FX's 'Fargo' -- VIDEO

Aw, jeez — there’s trouble in Minnesota again. And FX is giving us a sneak peek of what’s brewing.

The network’s hotly anticipated new anthology series Fargo – a dark comedy inspired by the Academy Award-winning Coen brothers film of the same name — isn’t set to premiere until April 15. Thankfully, the network has released the first seven minutes of writer Noah Hawley’s adaptation of the cult hit, which features a new story and characters.

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'Grey's Anatomy' sneak peek: Another doctor's life is at risk -- VIDEO

The Grey’s Anatomy season 9 finale left us with many questions, the main one being: Will Richard survive? Since then, season 10 promos have made it clear that “the storm isn’t over yet,” and now we’ve got a first look at what that ominous sentence could mean, particularly for one intern.

In a new clip from season 10, we see Bailey send Shane to go find Richard. But when Shane sees the opportunity to get back on Shepherd’s good side, he takes it, which leaves Brooks to discover the former chief lying next to the generator, still unconscious after being electrocuted. And to make bad news worse, Brooks reacts to seeing Richard a little too quickly, a mistake that could cost her her life.

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Watch the 'Ghost Shark' trailer: Syfy's next TV-movie hit

Sharknado fans won’t have to wait long before Syfy serves up its next whacked out original shark movie. But after creating every possible hybrid of sharks and other ocean creatures, natural disasters, or bizarre mutations, it seems like we’ve seen it all from the Syfy team…

…Until Ghost Shark. The channel’s latest cult shark film stars Mackenzie Rosman (Remember 7th Heaven‘s little Ruthie Camden, anyone?), as her character and friends investigate and fight off a phantasmic shark that materializes both in and out of the water.

Thomas Vitale, Syfy’s Executive Vice President of programming and original movies, says that the creativity behind the latest TV-movie to be added to the lengthy list of shark hits was inspired by an idea from his 7-year-old daughter. Although he says there is a “logical reason” behind the premise of Ghost Shark, we’ll have to wait until August 22 to find out exactly what that could be. Watch Syfy’s sneak peek clip and catch the trailer below: READ FULL STORY

Lifetime's 'Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret' sneak peek gets bloody -- VIDEO

Lifetime has released a new preview of Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret, and the result is more bloody than dirty.

The movie about the photographer-turned-convicted murderer stars Tania Raymonde as the controversial Jodi Arias, who was charged with stabbing her lover Travis Alexander 29 times. The new clip shows a blood-splattered Arias disposing of evidence and reliving the murder in her mind. If you thought Lifetime would hold back on the violence, you were wrong.

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