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Yes, fan favorite Pepper will return to 'American Horror Story'

This season of American Horror Story: Freak Show is shaping up to be one of the most memorable so far, in part due to one majorly terrifying clown, conjoined twins, and a gal with three boobs. But now EW can exclusively confirm a rumor that fans have been buzzing about for months: AHS: Asylum fan favorite Pepper, a Briarcliff patient played by Naomi Grossman, will indeed appear on Freak Show. READ FULL STORY

Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman crack up in 'Sherlock' outtake

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Emmy-winning Sherlock actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman usually play their respective roles of Holmes and Watson with admirably straight faces. But the two stars of the PBS show are not immune to cracking up, as an outtake featured in the new Sherlock: The Complete Seasons 1-3 Limited Edition Gift Set demonstrates.

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Demon Dean enjoys strip clubs and karaoke in new 'Supernatural' promo

In the world of Supernatural, there’s very little the Winchester brothers haven’t done. After nine seasons, they’ve died for each other (multiple times); they’ve been possessed; they’ve been to Hell and back; and they’ve even stopped the apocalypse. But if there’s one thing they’re not familiar with, it’s being the demon that needs hunting.

As fans know, season nine ended when Dean died, only to wake up as a demon (thanks to the Mark of Cain). So what now? EW has an exclusive look at the first promo for season 10, which focuses on Sam’s hunt for his older brother, Crowley’s idea of the “perfect Hell,” and Demon Dean enjoying his new “disease.” There’s drinking, dancing, killing, and, of course, porn. From the looks of it, Sam is going to have his hands full with “The Year of the Deanmon.”

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'State of Affairs' star Katherine Heigl has three words for her haters

Katherine Heigl kind of disappeared for a while. She was busy raising two kids, loving on rescue dogs, and starring in the occasional ensemble movie or sleep aid commercial. This fall, she returns in a big way with the NBC drama State of Affairs, playing a hardened CIA analyst tasked with keeping the President (played with great steeliness by Alfre Woodard) informed of the most pressing threats to national security.

While Heigl might have been lying low the last several years, stories of her supposedly bad reputation took flight. Rumors of her “difficult nature”—a phrase, by the way, that one rarely sees pinned on a male star, as is it has the condescending whiff of a naughty girl refusing to act nice—hit a peak with a scathing 2013 story in The Hollywood Reporter that blamed Heigl’s lagging career on her bad attitude. Her crimes included, among other things, daring to question whether Judd Apatow occasionally underwrote his female characters and complaining about the quality of craft services on set. This counted as career suicide in a town inhabited by Charlie Sheen. READ FULL STORY

'Big Brother' host Julie Chen on who was helped and hurt by the Rewind button

Each week after every eviction, host Julie Chen will answer a few of EW’s burning questions about the latest episode of Big Brother.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Julie, did you think there was any possible chance whatsoever that one of these people was not going to press the BB Rewind button?
JULIE CHEN: There was no chance in “you know where” that these houseguests were NOT pressing the button. These are hard core die hard fans! If they didn’t press the button, they wouldn’t deserve to be there.  READ FULL STORY

George Clooney to appear in 'Downton Abbey'-related film for charity

Should we call him Lord Clooney?

EW has confirmed that George Clooney will appear in a short Downton Abbey-related film. The film is part of Text Santa, a fundraising campaign initiated by ITV, the U.K. broadcaster of Downton Abbey. The film will air in December as part of the campaign, which supports six different U.K.-based charities each year.

First look: Viola Davis gets fierce in 'How to Get Away with Murder' premiere

ABC’s new drama is going to teach you How to Get Away with Murder… sort of.

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Shocking 'Graceland' ending explained: Mike had to 'pay for his sins'

This story contains major spoilers from the Graceland finale. If you haven’t watched, turn back now.

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'Ground Floor' to stage 'Scrubs' reunion with Christa Miller

Dr. Cox will be reuniting with his ex-wife when Ground Floor stages a Scrubs reunion next season.

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'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' season 2 premiere looks like a 'Captain America' reunion

Last week, it was revealed that Hayley Atwell will appear as agent Peggy Carter in the season premiere of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Now, it seems she won’t be the only Captain America: The First Avenger alum in the episode.

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'Nurse Jackie' ending after season 7

Nurse Jackie is no more. Showtime announced Wednesday that the Edie Falco drama will return for a seventh and final season, which will begin production this week.

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New 'AHS: Freak Show' details: Who plays who? What's the plot?

For months we’ve gotten little tidbits on the latest season of American Horror Story, like the character names and guest stars. Now, in EW’s Fall TV Preview, readers get to see behind the curtain of Freak Show.

This latest installment of AHS is about a titular group of misfit performers, led by former German cabaret star Elsa Mars (Emmy winner Jessica Lange), who arrive in the small town of Jupiter, Florida.”My character is very manipulative,” says Lange. “She understands what’s needed and she provides it. However the thing I want to be very clear that Elsa really loves these people. She truly cares for them in her own selfish narcissistic way. It’s not just exploitation.” READ FULL STORY

First look: David Spade guest stars on the premiere of 'The Goldbergs'

To be a cool teenager in the 1980s, there were two things you definitely needed: A good mix tape and a fake ID. And in the season-two premiere of The Goldbergs, both of those play a key role in the lives of Adam and Barry.

First up, Adam makes a mix tape for Dana to reassure her about their relationship, but things go a little haywire when Beverly finds the tape and assumes it’s for her. And continuing with the theme of letting very valuable things fall into the wrong hands, Barry gets his fake ID confiscated after showing it off to the entire school. So what do you do when you made a promise to your classmates that requires the fake ID you just lost? Well, that’s where David Spade comes in.

Spade is set to guest star in the season premiere as a less-than-trustworthy employee at a photo shop who makes fake IDs for teens. Here’s an exclusive first look at the episode, in which Spade’s character is in action. Now the question is: Will anyone believe that fake ID?

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