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Video: Ruth Wilson and Dominic West get steamy in new 'The Affair' trailer

Showtime’s upcoming drama The Affair is about, well, an affair, but not just any affair: In the show’s latest trailer, Ruth Wilson’s Alison and Dominic West’s Noah speak to a detective about a supposed accident, hinting there’s a lot more to the story.

The series starts off with the happily married Noah meeting Alison, also married (to Joshua Jackson’s Cole) but seemingly not as happily, at a restaurant where he’s dining with his family—wife (Maura Tierney) and four children included. Things escalate quickly when Noah sneaks out of his in-laws’ beachfront home to meet Alison and begin their summer fling. READ FULL STORY

Video: James Gordon reclaims his city in new 'Gotham' teaser

Gotham is James Gordon’s home, but after he left town for a bit, his eventual return wasn’t exactly what he’d expected. With his beloved city now at a “tipping point,” it’s up to the young detective to try and save the place he claims to care so much about. A new teaser trailer for the upcoming Fox series, Gotham, offers a glimpse at the crime and corruption that Ben McKenzie’s Gordon says is oozing from every corner. Surrounded by villains like The Penguin and The Riddler, there’s no wonder Gordon feels he has to be the hero.

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First 'Sharknado 2' teaser: Watch now

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Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, the Sharknado has returned.

Syfy released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming sequel of the TV movie sensation, starring Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, and killer sharks being lifted from the ocean in Los Angeles, all in ridiculous B-movie fashion. The second one, aptly titled Sharknado 2: The Second One, brings the nautical horror to New York City as the sharks take more than just a bite out of the Big Apple. In addition to Ziering and Reid reprising their roles from the original, the sequel stars Vivica A. Fox, Kelly Osbourne, Mark McGrath, Billy Ray Cyrus, Judah Friedlander, Andy Dick, and Judd Hirsch. Dive into the teaser below…if you dare: READ FULL STORY

'The Leftovers' teaser: Stages of grief

Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance, and perhaps an extra dose of anger are at the center of HBO’s new teaser for The Leftovers, Damon Lindelof’s next project.

Based on Tom Perrotta’s eponymous 2011 bestseller, The Leftovers stars Justin Theroux, Liv Tyler, Amy Brenneman, and more as a group of New York residents who are left to pick up their lives three years after 2 percent of the world’s population suddenly disappears. (Hence the five stages of grief.)

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'True Blood' final season trailer: Left for dead

When True Blood‘s sixth season ended, we were told that the show’s seventh and final year would bring the focus back to the town of Bon Temps, and the show’s first season 7 trailer makes good on that promise. It seems as though the Hep V virus is invading Bon Temps, and the government… well.. apparently couldn’t care less.

Watch the first trailer for True Blood‘s season 7 below.

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The new 'Penny Dreadful' teaser trailer is rightfully creepy -- VIDEO

The new teaser trailer for Showtime’s horror series Penny Dreadful may just make your skin crawl.

Someone’s skin is feeing the effects of this twisted tale in the promo. The series, starring Josh Hartnett, Timothy Dalton and Eva Green, follows classic horror characters wreaking havoc through the streets of Victorian London. The thriller is created by writer John Logan (SkyfallSweeney Todd), who also serves as an executive producer with Sam Mendes and Pippa Harris.

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HBO premieres first 'Silicon Valley' trailer -- VIDEO

You may know Mike Judge as the creator of classics like King of the Hill, Beavis and Butt-head, and Office Space – and now the successful showrunner is bringing a Silicon Valley-based comedy to our TVs.

Along with John Altschuler and Davis Krinsky, Judge created a sitcom — which, appropriately enough, is called Silicon Valley — about on six predictably nerdy programmers trying to figure out how to navigate success. The first trailer for the show features the main programmer (Thomas Middleditch) stressing over whether to keep his company or take a hefty offer.

While he’s trying to decide, a doctor casually tells him about a patient who faced a similar dilemma — and ended up shooting himself (non-fatally, it appears) because he couldn’t handle the decision. Since Middleditch also gets slapped by a kid half his size, so looks like his character might just have a comically hard time with life in general. T.J. Miller, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani, Martin Starr, and Josh Brener play the rest of Silicon Valley‘s programming crew.

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Enigmatic new 'House of Cards' teaser means... something: VIDEO

Update: And now Netflix has added scene-by-scene audio commentary for every episode of season three, from directors David Fincher, James Foley, Joel Schumacher, Charles McDougall, Carl Franklin, and Allen Coulter. You can activate them the same way you’d turn on subtitles. Neat!

Was this new promo for season 2 of House of Cards created by whoever cuts together those infuriating “Next week on Mad Men” montages? Probably not — but you’ll certainly see a resemblance after watching the following clip. At least the Mad Men promos actually include some semblance of dialogue.

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'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' season 9 teaser: 'Our family has never been stronger' -- VIDEO

If you thought the Kardashians were going to run out of drama anytime soon, you clearly have not seen the new teaser for season 9 of their reality show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Between Kris and Bruce giving their kids the “We’re better as friends” speech to Lamar saying, “I would do anything to be accepted back by you guys,” it looks like Kim won’t be the source of all drama this year. Although, the teaser also gives us a sneak peek at Kanye’s proposal, so it promises to be a year of ups and downs. As Kim puts it, “We are a ride-or-die family.”

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Presenting a teaser for the 'Girls' season 3 teaser -- VIDEO

Sorry, everybody — we’ve officially entered a world where teasers of teasers of trailers for actual works of entertainment are a thing. But hey, at least this one has a shot of Adam Driver shirtless.

Last night, Lena Dunham took to Instagram to post a shortened version of the teaser for Girls season 3. (The full-length preview of a preview debuts Sunday.) Though the whole thing is only 15 seconds long, it contains pretty much everything you’d expect from a full episode of Girls — namely, Hannah being self-absorbed, Marnie looking gorgeous but also like an asshole, Shoshanna making us wish she had more screen time, Jessa barely doing anything, catchy music, and, of course, nudity.

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'Breaking Bad' teaser: Look on Walt's works, ye mighty, and despair!

The bad news: There is no footage from Breaking Bad‘s final eight episodes in the following teaser.

The good news: The teaser does contain evocative images of locations featured in AMC’s drama — the vast New Mexico desert, a busy Albuquerque street, a telltale green and yellow Vamanos Pest Control tent — fading in and out as Bryan Cranston recites Percy Bysshe Shelley’s sonnet Ozymandias, a tale of hubris and fallen empires. The clip’s the sort of thing that would seem pretentious coming from another series — but for Breaking, it’s just right. Check it out below:
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'Homeland' sends 'Signals,' releases season 3 teaser -- VIDEO

In a sneak peek as mysterious as what is really going on in Nick Brody’s head, Showtime has released a preview for the upcoming third season of Homeland. The teaser, which is really only a glimpse at the tone of next season rather than a preview of its look and feel, includes audio snippets of characters such as the now-fugitive Brody (Damien Lewis) and lovable curmudgeon Saul Berenson (Mandy Patinkin). Notably absent is the voice of the erratically brilliant (or brilliantly erratic?) Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes).

Watch the teaser trailer entitled “Signals” below:
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'Breaking Bad': Watch two new teases -- VIDEO

Breaking Bad has only eight episodes left. The first airs Aug. 11; that’s about a month from now. If you’ve been jonesing for just a tiny hit, AMC is hooking you up right now. Granted, it’s not much. Just a few seconds of footage from two different scenes from the second half of season 5. But check it out. And maybe pray for Jesse.
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