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'The Walking Dead' star Melissa McBride talks Carol and the 'whole other different energy' of season 5

Carol was more of a background character when The Walking Dead first started on AMC. Sure, she had a crappy husband and had to deal with her zombified daughter, but she never quite seemed integral to the main story. That all changed last season when a hardened, no-nonsense Carol emerged and started recognizing that drastic times call for drastic measures. She killed Tyreese’s girlfriend and some other poor schmo and burned their bodies in an attempt to stop the spread of a deadly virus: That lead to her being kicked out of the prison by Rick. And then she shot and killed her adopted daughter Lizzie after realizing the girl was a complete psychopath. (But a super sweet psychopath, it should be noted.)

All of this was played to pure perfection by actress Melissa McBride, who has helped turn Carol into one of the can’t-miss-characters on the show. With The Walking Dead returning for season 5 on Oct. 12, we caught up with Melissa to chat about awards, spoilers, and what we can expect coming up. READ FULL STORY

'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.': You may have missed this major spoiler from the premiere

While fans were geeking out over seeing Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) and the Howling Commandos in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premiere, they may have missed a major tease at what’s to come during the first five minutes of the episode.

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'Survivor' host Jeff Probst names the players he's not sure can cut it this season

Every season Survivor host Jess Probst tells us at the start of filming which players he thinks are the ones to keep an eye on. But then there’s the flip side, as we also force Probst to also come clean on which players he’s just not sure have what it takes to play this game. Now it’s time to see whom Probst is ready to throw under the bus for Survivor: San Juan del Sur — Blood vs. Water, which kicks off tonight at 8pm on CBS. READ FULL STORY

Julie Chen says not to count on another 'Big Brother: All-Stars' any time soon

Season 16 of Big Brother concludes tonight at 9:30pm on CBS when either Derrick, Cody, or Victoria…okay, make that either Derrick or Cody, will be crowned champion. And according to host Julie Chen, even Cody is a long shot at this point. Can Derrick complete one of the most dominant performances this game has ever seen? We talked with Chen about Derrick’s place in Big Brother history and whether anyone can stop him. But we didn’t stop there. In a very candid chat, Chen also frankly discussed how the houseguests view Victoria, how she feels about not having any of the racist and homophobic nonsense that plagued last season’s edition, and why she does not think another All-Stars edition is a good idea right now. Read on for pure, unfiltered Chenbot!

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: I asked you last week if there was any chance that Derrick and Cody would actually bring each other to the finals when they have Victoria there, who both of them would easily beat in the finals, and you said something really interesting. You said that you actually think that they both would and will bring each other if given the opportunity.
JULIE CHEN: No question. And that’s because if you look at Cody, he’s just a kid, and he looks up to Derrick like his big bro. And it’s not in Cody’s nature in my opinion to stab his mentor in his back — on anybody. It’s hard. He’s not a bad kid, so Cody will take Derrick to the end if he is the one who has to make the choice, knowing he will kiss a half million dollars goodbye. It’s not in his nature to be a backstabber. In terms of Derrick, he could take just about anybody and he’s taking home that check for a half million dollars. And I think he knows it. I mean, maybe Cody gets one vote to win over Derrick if it’s those two men in the finals. Maybe he gets Christine’s vote, but I don’t think so. READ FULL STORY

'Chicago Fire' shocker: Find out who died and what's next

This story contains major spoilers from the Chicago Fire premiere. 

Chicago Fire did not waste any time revealing who didn’t make it out of that burning building alive.

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'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' postmortem: Bosses answer burning season 2 questions

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the season premiere of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Read at your own risk!

Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., what’s left of the organization took a big hit in the season premiere all for the tiniest of victories.

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'Chicago Fire' season 3 premiere react: In the line of duty

[This post contains details from the third season premiere of Chicago Fire, which aired Sept. 23]

The Chicago Fire season 3 premiere picks up seconds after Boden yelled the words that have been ringing in fans’ ears for months: “Report! Anyone from House 51, report!”

Just like that, we’re inside the house, waiting to find out which character won’t be making it out alive. First up, we see that Severide is okay. Then the camera starts to pan around the burning room. We see Casey, Otis, Herman, Mouch, and others. But then someone utters those two dreadful words: “Man down.” The room stills as the men uncover Mills’ body. Could we be saying goodbye to our favorite cook? READ FULL STORY

High-tech TV trailer lets fans feel up 'Homeland'

Remember the moment that video game controllers got the capability to interact with the game by vibrating when something exploded, and so on? Well, now, that’s sort of happening for TV show trailers.

Showtime is launching the first ever “haptically enabled video” on mobile devices. By partnering with Immersion, a technology company, the trailer for Homeland‘s fourth season is now available in the “Coming Soon” section of the Showtime Anytime app on select Android devices. And as soon as users install the update, “the video will offer a multi-layered sensory experience through the use of tactile feedback,” according to a press release.

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Zach Gilford, Jonathan Cake join USA's 'Stanistan'

From the fictional town of Dillon, Texas, to a whole new fictional country—that seems to be the latest trajectory for Zach Gilford, who’s joined the cast of USA’s upcoming original drama pilot Stanistan.

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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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'Walking Dead' star Steven Yeun describes a 'hardened' Glenn in season 5

Remember that scrappy kid who talked Rick out of the tank back in season 1 of The Walking Dead? Well, Glenn Rhee has changed quite a bit since then. First off, the dude is kind of buff. He also has gone from a solo act to part of the show’s big love story — a love story that has had plenty of ups and downs. We asked the man who plays Glenn, Steven Yeun, to talk about his character’s evolution, and you can see his response in the video player below. How exactly has Glenn changed since we first met him? READ FULL STORY

'Dallas' finale postmortem: Producer, star talk about losing a Ewing

In Dallas‘ big season 3 finale, fans were forced to say goodbye to one member of the Ewing family. Specifically, they were forced to watch as Nicolas blew up Christopher’s car … with Christopher inside. But with one Ewing gone, there’s another on the horizon, because John Ross also discovered he has a sister. Needless to say, it was a gasp-worthy end to a season full of twists, turns, sketchy cartel members, and more.

Unfortunately, Jesse Metcalfe wasn’t able to hop on the phone, but the star did issue this statement about his departure from the series: “In classic Dallas fashion the producers and writers needed a season ending shocker. After three great years, I was ready to move on and pursue other projects. It culminated in the perfect opportunity to surprise fans and deliver that shocking twist. I enjoyed my time on Dallas and am grateful for the opportunity to work with Warner Bros and TNT, and I wish the cast and crew all the very best!”

As for executive producer Cynthia Cidre, we’ve got an exclusive interview where she talks about losing Christopher and what comes next for those who survived this finale.

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'Modern Family' sneak peek: The Dunphys had a great summer...without Alex

For the first time in Modern Family history, the Dunphy family is actually getting along. There’s no sibling drama, Claire actually enjoys magic. Crazy, right?

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