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Jennifer Morrison defends excess of curses on 'Once Upon a Time'

If you’re one of the many fans up in arms over yet another curse plaguing Storybrooke on Once Upon a Time, you’re not alone.

At the close of Sunday’s episode, the Snow Queen’s (Elizabeth Mitchell) spell of Shattered Sight finally hit town, which will cause the residents of Storybrooke to turn on one another as they see the worst in themselves and those around them. Of course, this is far from the first curse to infect the Charming family and their people. First, there was the original Dark Curse; we’ve also seen a Sleeping Curse and that curse that took away everyone’s memories for a year.

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Did 'The Walking Dead' midseason finale and that big [SPOILER] satisfy?

[SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s midseason finale of The Walking Dead. Because AMC didn’t send screeners of the finale, we weren’t able to write the recap ahead of time. Look for it soon.] READ FULL STORY

Spoiler Room: Scoop on 'Sleepy Hollow,' 'Once,' 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' and more

Welcome to the Spoiler Room, a safe place for spoiler addicts to come on a weekly basis to learn what’s coming next on their favorite shows and, hopefully, get a few of their own questions answered. If you want scoop on a specific show, send your questions to spoilerroom@ew.com.

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'Once Upon a Time': How will the Spell of Shattered Sight affect Storybrooke?

Storybrooke is about to be turned upside down.

At the close of the last Once Upon a Time, the Snow Queen (Elizabeth Mitchell) released the dreaded Spell of Shattered Sight, which will cause the town’s residents to turn on one another as they can only see the most ugly aspects of themselves and others around them. Sound familiar? That’s because the spell is adapted directly from “The Snow Queen,” the Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale that Frozen is based on.

“It’s a big spell,” Mitchell tells EW from the Vancouver set of the ABC fairy tale drama, where just outside her character’s ice cream parlor, the Seven Dwarves are at each other’s throats as the spell takes hold. “What’s powerful about it is that it’s such deep magic. It doesn’t just affect one person, it affects everybody that it touches.”

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'How to Get Away with Murder' cast shares best killer theories

The puppy did it.

Now that How to Get Away with Murder finally revealed that Wes (Alfred Enoch) was actually the one to land the death blow on Sam (Tom Verica), the cast opened up to EW on some of the best theories they heard before the killer reveal.

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Breaking Big: 'Jane the Virgin' star Gina Rodriguez on ending Latina stereotypes

Puerto Rican actress Gina Rodriguez made headlines this summer when she spontaneously gave a speech at the Television Critics Association summer press tour about her desire to overturn Hispanic stereotypes on TV. (Read her powerful speech here.) As the titular character on CW’s Jane The Virgin, Rodriguez isn’t a sex kitten or a cook—instead, she plays a college student whose life is turned upside down when she finds out she’s been accidentally artificially inseminated.

The dramedy—based on a popular Venezuelan telenovela—was recently given a full season order and Rodriguez, 30, has become one of the fall’s breakout stars. Here, she reveals why she decided to become an actress and why she refuses to conform to narrow stereotypes about beauty and race. READ FULL STORY

'Survivor' host Jeff Probst reveals how he orders the votes at Tribal Council

Every week, host Jeff Probst will answer a few questions about the latest episode of ‘Survivor: San Juan del Sur — Blood vs. Water.’ READ FULL STORY

Fox to pull 'Red Band Society'

Red Band Society may be on its death bed.

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'Arrow': Despite Black Canary costume, Laurel is far from a hero

Laurel may be suiting up in a new Black Canary costume, but Arrow fans be warned: The novice is far from being a hero.

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And the 'Dancing With the Stars' season 19 winner is...

SPARKLY SPOILERS AHEAD: The name that was etched into the Mirror Ball Trophy from the first dance this season didn’t have to be hastily magic marker-ed over by DWTS producers. The judges, contestants, and fans all agreed though, that this race between Alfonso Ribeiro, Sadie Robertson, and Janel Parrish became one of the tightest in the history of the show, and the finale freestyle dances (10s all around!) proved it. Luckily, that means a deserving star-turned-dance-machine has taken the crown; and the brand new owner of the trophy that launched a thousand rhinestones is… READ FULL STORY

Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon to star in limited David E. Kelley series

Oscar winners Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon could be coming to TV.

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ABC debuts poster for 'New Sunday Knight' featuring 'Galavant'

Galavant will ride into Sunday nights in the New Year—or is that Sunday knights? ABC has released a poster for the new musical series, which will fill the gap during Once Upon a Time’s winter hiatus.

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'The Flash': Barry will face Reverse Flash-but who is he?!

Even before the debut of The Flash, diehard fans had a pretty good idea about the show’s future uber villain. During Barry Allen’s (Grant Gustin) initial introduction on Arrow last season, the forensic scientist shared the tale of witnessing his mother being murdered by a blurry figure, a clear nod to DC Comics villain Professor Zoom, otherwise known as the Reverse Flash.

What’s more, when the spin-off began filling out its cast, Rick Cosnett was tapped to play Eddie Thawne, seemingly a play on the name Eobard Thawne, the alter-ego of Professor Zoom. If the producers hadn’t quite hit the nail on the head, the upcoming Dec. 9 episode is titled “The Man in the Yellow Suit.” In other words, we’ll finally see the Reverse Flash in the flesh, not just as a blur from Barry’s memory or a flash of yellow light threatening Joe (Jesse L. Martin) to drop the case or suffer the consequences.

“We’re building towards a confrontation between Barry and the Reverse Flash,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg tells EW.

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