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Check out the poster for Syfy's '12 Monkeys'

Syfy’s 12 Monkeys adaptation may sound similar to the original 1995 film starring Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt, but the new series aims to shake things up.

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'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' bosses talk Kree, Inhumans and the midseason finale

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Tuesday’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

It’s the moment Marvel fans have been waiting for since pretty much the beginning of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The blue alien that saved Coulson’s (Clark Gregg) life was finally revealed to be Kree, the same aliens seen in Guardians of the Galaxy. While it’s not surprising, since many fans had already surmised as much, it does raise many burning questions, namely whether Skye (Chloe Bennet) is actually an Inhuman.

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'The Flash' postmortem: Scoop on the fiery final scene

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Tuesday’s episode of The Flash, the first hour in a two-night crossover with Arrow.

Ronnie Raymond has returned and he’s looking hot. No, seriously. Hot.

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'The Flash' drops a big 'Arrow' bombshell

Warning: This story contains major spoilers from both The Flash and Arrow. Read at your own risk.

Looks like the Queen family might be expanding for once.

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Manu Bennett returning to 'Arrow'

Manu Bennett will reprise his role as Slade Wilson during an upcoming episode of Arrow, EW has confirmed.

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Steven Weber heads to CW's 'iZombie'

Steven Weber has landed a guest-starring role on The CW’s midseason drama iZombie, EW has learned exclusively.

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'The Walking Dead' star Andrew Lincoln talks 'cruel' twist and reveals the true meaning behind the 'shut up' line

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'Arrow' and 'Flash' bosses talk epic crossover event

Comic book fans’ dreams are about to come true when two superheroes face off—no, we’re not talking about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Arrow‘s emerald archer and The Flash‘s scarlet speedster will face off during an epic two-hour, two-night crossover event.

But why, oh why, would allies Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) go toe-to-toe? You can thank comic book villain Roy G. Bivolo (Paul Anthony) for that. To get the scoop on the crossover event, EW caught up with executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg:

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Emily Kinney gives the inside scoop on that 'Walking Dead' shocker

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'The Walking Dead' showrunner Scott M. Gimple answers midseason finale burning questions

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We got answers in The Walking Dead’s midseason finale last night. But we also have new questions! Like when was it decided to kill off Beth? How will Maggie recover to the latest in a long line of Greene family deaths? Is Rick becoming Gareth? How close is Morgan to the group? And what can we expect when the show returns in 2015? Like I said, we have questions! So we asked them to the main man in charge, showrunner Scott M. Gimple. And here’s what he told us. (Also make sure to check out our deep dive with Andrew Lincoln, midseason finale Q&A with Norman Reedus, and emotional chat with Emily Kinney.)

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Tell me how you came to the decision to kill Beth. Was that the plan once you came up with the whole hospital story structure and mapped out the direction for the first eight episodes, or did it evolve that way later?
SCOTT M. GIMPLE: I will say that it evolved a little bit. We were going over a lot of different iterations of the season and the way that this story fits into the greater story this season and the way that it fit into Beth’s story itself — it was the story we both wanted and didn’t want to tell. We absolutely wanted to tell this very tragic story of someone who found out that they were strong all along. And even so strong as to not be able to swallow injustice when it is given to them with Noah being left behind. And strong enough to believe that maybe she would lash out against this person — and really sort of underline who she didn’t want to become, which is someone who is compromised like Dawn. That’s the tragedy, that the compromised person took her down, which is a very painful story. And it’s not a story that we relish making the audience watch, but the feeling that that leaves to the audience and to the characters is a portion of the story that we’re telling and will resonate into next season and put the characters in the places that we find them. READ FULL STORY

Kathy Griffin to replace Joan Rivers as host of E!'s 'Fashion Police'

After Joan Rivers’ death in September, there was much speculation about who would take her place on E!’s Fashion Police panel. And it wasn’t until today that Kathy Griffin was revealed to be the new host of the show.

E! News announced on Twitter that the comedian would replace Rivers. In doing so, the network also announced the addition of fashion stylist Brad Goreski to the panel.

Goreski and Griffin will join returning panelists Giuliana Rancic and Kelly Osbourne.

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January Jones, Kristen Schaal and more join Fox's 'Last Man on Earth'

Will Forte may not be the Last Man on Earth after all.

Kristen Schaal and January Jones have joined the cast of Fox’s midseason comedy, EW has learned.

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'The Walking Dead' star Norman Reedus on that 'devastating' midseason finale and Daryl's sexual orientation

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