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'Orphan Black': Tatiana Maslany shares intel on the new clone

We spilled the beans about the brand new Orphan Black clone a few weeks back. We gave you all the details on poor Jennifer Fitzsimmons, including some of her video diaries that show the nasty progression of her illness. Now, star Tatiana Maslany talks about shooting those video diaries and playing what becomes her eighth different character on the show.

It’s strange because we shot her in pre-production,” says Maslany of Jennifer’s video journal entries. “So we shot her in like a day in pre-production, the first day of shooting basically before the crew was even there. So it was an intense day because we went through her whole illness, from health to sickness, in a succinct amount of time. Of course, to me she is her own person, but I talked with [creators] John and Graeme a lot about how she sheds light on Cosima, and what she woke up in Cosima, and what Cosima is able to see of herself in this girl. In that way, she’s a lot like Katja. She is a facilitator of change in someone else. “ READ FULL STORY

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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'The Normal Heart': See the new trailer for Ryan Murphy's powerful HBO adaptation -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Ryan Murphy, the co-creator of Glee and American Horror Story, tackles his most dramatic and emotional project to date with his adaptation of Larry Kramer’s iconic play The Normal Heart. Set to air May 25 on HBO, the film chronicles the rise of AIDS in New York City in the early 1980s and features a sterling cast, including Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts, Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, and Jim Parsons. EW is exclusively premiering Heart‘s new trailer. Watch below. READ FULL STORY

'Once Upon a Time' sneak peek: Zelena drops a bombshell...and a major threat -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Once Upon a Time‘s savvy fanbase has been speculating for weeks that there was more to Wicked Zelena’s apperance in Storybrooke than anyone had let on — and we have the exclusive clip that proves they were right.
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'Castle' '70s episode First Look: Nathan Fillion's grooviest look yet -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

The perils of polyester are something Nathan Fillion knows well. After spending a week donning synthetic clothing for Castle‘s upcoming 70s-themed episode, he says, “Boy oh boy, give me cotton any day.” READ FULL STORY

InsideTV Podcast: Blindsided Sarah from 'Survivor' blasts Kass

Things got personal last night on Survivor: Cagayan between Sarah and Kass. The alliance-mates could not agree on whom to target on the other tribe, so Kass decided to target someone else — Sarah! The move killed not only Sarah’s chances in the game (as she was eliminated), but also effectively ended Kass’ chances as well seeing as how her former tribemates that she turned on will likely never vote for her to win the million dollars now. So what was the strategic reason for the flipping? Or did Kass — who at one point told us “I can’t even look at her. I just want to punch her sometimes” — do it merely to fulfill a personal vendetta.

The woman she ousted believes it to be the latter. Sarah Lacina called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) today to talk about her big feud with Kass, and she left no doubt about her feelings for the lawyer, with whom she says she is “not on the best of terms.” Sarah also had some strong words when it comes to what she sees as Kass’ attempt to be a breakout villain on the show: “Just because nobody likes you doesn’t make you a villain, it just means nobody likes you.” Ouch. She also tells her adversary to “grow up.” READ FULL STORY

'Good Morning America' says goodbye to Josh Elliott -- VIDEO

Good Morning America news anchor Josh Elliott’s defection from ABC to NBC Sports was made public on Sunday, giving the 42-year-old journalist no time to say goodbye to viewers. His morning show colleagues, however, made a point to bid farewell with a highlight reel of Elliott’s best — and silliest — moments behind the GMA desk. The clip, which includes his easy rapport with kids and one unfortunate incident with a kinkajou, aired Thursday morning. Watch the video below: READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Cagayan': Jeff Probst breaks down that 'exhilarating' Tribal Council

Each week, host Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of ‘Survivor: Cagayan.’

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Okay, Jeff. I am not going to waste any time asking you about the merge. I am not going to ask you about the immunity challenge. I am not going to ask you about anything except for what went down at Tribal Council because that was INSANE! Let’s take this point-by-point and try to get your real time reaction to some of these crazy moves. Starting with CRAZY MOVE #1: Tony reveals he has a hidden immunity idol. So basically, instead of stealthily using his idol to block already cast votes against him, Tony reveals it early and allows the competition to come up with a plan B. Why do that? And are you sitting there at Tribal Council at this point thinking to yourself, wow, this guy just blew it?
JEFF PROBST: Hmmm did I think Tony was blowing it? It’s a good question but honestly it’s so hard to evaluate anything Tony does because you never know where it’s going to lead. My Monday morning quarterback assessment is that Tony sometimes reacts faster than he realizes and he gets himself into a situation that he might regret… And then he makes another decision to fix the one he just made. Yes, I was surprised that he would reveal an idol, but…Tony is clearly a guy who is playing to win this game. So he is going to make big moves. If Tony is going to go down he is going to go down in a giant ball of fire.  So I guess my answer is no, I don’t think he blew it. I think he had a strategy to try and scare people off of voting for him, never anticipating he’d then give his idol to someone else… L.J.  t’s a big time move and it worked. He read the situation correctly and you know how much I love that kind of game play. READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' preview: Willa Holland teases Thea's 'major turning point'

On Wednesday night’s Arrow, Thea Queen (Willa Holland) is in the clutches of vengeful Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett), and their time together will be anything but easy for the teen-turned-nightclub owner.

“This entire episode is really really intense for her,” says Holland. “It definitely gets to the point where you don’t know up until the last few scenes of the episode how bad Slade’s going to treat her…When I was reading it, I had no idea, and I was really afraid for my character and I still slightly am.” READ FULL STORY

Syfy picks up Wil Wheaton's 'Talk Soup' for geeks'

Wil Wheaton has been given a new forum to discuss all things science fiction.

Syfy has picked up 12 episodes of The Wil Wheaton Project (working title), which the actor-blogger has dubbed “sort of like Talk Soup for geeks.” The half-hour show, hosted by Wheaton, will allow the geek hero to dissect the week’s biggest stories in sci-pop culture with the witty commentary that has made him a social media star. READ FULL STORY

Amazon unveils Fire TV, a streaming device to rival Apple TV and Chromecast

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Amazon wants its consumers to keep their media streaming all in the family.

The online behemoth unveiled Fire TV on Wednesday, the company’s own device set to rival Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku in the online streaming game. That’s right — you can now watch an Amazon original series, exclusive to Amazon Prime Instant Video, via Amazon hardware.

Fire TV retails for $99, the same cost as Apple TV (Chromecast, meanwhile, is $35, while Roku starts at $49.99). For the price tag, you get access to Amazon’s catalog of more than 200,000 movies and TV shows, with even more titles available to Prime members (who pay a soon-to-be $99 annual subscription fee). Fire TV owners can also access other subscription streaming services, such as Netflix and Hulu Plus, on the device. READ FULL STORY

'Survivor: Cagayan': Exclusive merge photos and Tony interview!

He has been the sneakiest sneak of the Survivor season so far. Some of his moves — like putting a target on Cliff with a phantom lie to Sarah and putting a target on Jeremiah with a phantom hidden immunity idol clue — have been ingenious. Others — like yelling out “Top five, baby!” at the top of his lungs after winning a challenge — maybe not so much. And now Jersey City cop Tony Vlachos will have to come face to face with those people not part of his top five when the Survivor: Cagayan tribes merge on Wednesday night’s episode. We have two exclusive merge images (one above and one below) of the big gathering as well as an exclusive midseason Q&A with the guy Survivor fans either love…or love to hate. READ FULL STORY

Michael Strahan to join 'Good Morning America' team

Michael Strahan will soon be pulling double-duty at ABC.

The former footballer and current co-host of Live! With Kelly and Michael is about to close a deal to join the Good Morning America team, insiders confirm to EW. Strahan will continue his duties alongside Kelly Ripa and contribute to GMA‘s coverage prior to reporting for duty at Live!, where he has co-hosted since 2012.

Strahan’s addition, however, will have no effect on the anchor lineup, which will remain intact. Strahan is expected to appear in GMA’s top hour without affecting the current roles of  Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, Lara Spencer, Ginger Zee, and Amy Robach, who this week replaced the exiting Josh Elliott.

ABC News has been in negotiations for months with Strahan, whose addition has been a boon to Live! One insider insists the talks pre-date the current salary negotiations that resulted in a major pay boost for Roberts (who is reportedly making in the $14 million a year range) and Spencer (whose around $8 million). Stephanopoulos’ deal doesn’t expire until year’s end.

Changes on GMA began with the surprise departure of Sam Champion to The Weather Channel in December. Elliott, meanwhile, closed a new with NBC Sports Sunday that led to GMA announcing on Monday that Robach will replace him as the newsreader.

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