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NBC's new pilot 'A to Z' is available to stream online

Waiting for September/October in order to watch fall pilots is one of the more challenging things television addicts have to face every year. That, and dealing with the grief of losing a character that they love. But the good news is that there’s a solution for the first problem.

NBC has teamed up with Clear Channel Media and Entertainment to offer its new pilot A to Z online. As in, you can stream it right now on Clear Channel’s digital properties and apps, along with NBC.com, the NBC app, Hulu, and more.

A to Z stars Ben Feldman and Cristin Milioti as Andrew and Zelda, a pair of young professionals who start dating. The show tells the entirety of their love story, and you can start at the beginning now, by watching an extended version of the pilot below.

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Meet the pros for season 19 of 'Dancing With the Stars'

Dancing With the Stars is a little over a month away from kicking off its 19th season—and earlier today, on Good Morning America, we got our first glimpse at which 12 professional dancers will be twirling ex-actors, current actors, athletes, hosts, and more around that ballroom floor in hopes of eventually taking home the coveted Mirrorball Trophy.

For devoted fans of the show, there’s good and bad news. The bad: Maksim Chmerkovskiy decided against surprising the world and returning to the show. But at least his last routine was his best? READ FULL STORY

'The Walking Dead': Watch an exclusive NSFW deleted scene with Hershel, Michonne, and the Governor

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Bad things happened to poor Hershel Greene last season on The Walking Dead, culminating in a standoff at the prison. But what if we could see more of Hershel in the fateful hours leading up to that encounter? Well, now we can in this exclusive deleted scene from the “Too Far Gone” episode that can be found on The Walking Dead: The Complete Fourth Season DVD and Blu-ray sets being released on Aug. 26. (The sets also include other deleted scenes, featurettes, and commentary tracks, while the Blu-ray contains two extended episodes. There’s even a limited edition Tree Walker Blu-ray set that looks especially rad.)

In this particular scene, we see a bound Hershel and Michonne being held prisoner by the Governor and watched over by his hotheaded lackey Mitch, who refers to the duo as “a one-legged Santa Claus and a rasta bitch.” Then Mitch moves on from rude to crude, discussing various sexual acts with particularly salty language that…well, I’m not going to repeat it, but you can watch for yourself. You can also see how such talk results in repercussions from both Michonne and the Governor. Who’s the bitch now, Mitch?!?

Check out the excusive deleted scene in the video player below, and for more Walking Dead intel, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss. READ FULL STORY

'It's Always Sunny' star Kaitlin Olson to recur on 'New Girl'

Jess’ father is returning to New Girl, and he’s bringing a fiancé with him!

EW has confirmed that Kaitlin Olson is joining the Fox comedy as Ashley, the fiance of Rob Reiner’s Bob Day and the high school nemesis of Jess and Cece. First appearing in episode three, Olson will have a recurring role.

New Girl returns Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 9 p.m. on Fox.

Taylor Lautner shows comedic side as Andy Samberg's son in 'Cuckoo'

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In the first season of BBC Three’s Cuckoo, a normal family was turned upside down when their daughter came home from a summer abroad having married an unusual man named Cuckoo (played by Andy Samberg). But with season two of the series kicking off with Cuckoo’s death, there was a hippie-sized hole left in the show’s lineup. Luckily, Taylor Lautner was there to fill it.

In the first episode of the second season, which premiered last Thursday, Lautner came on board as Dale Jr., a very hairy young man who left behind his ashram in India to look for his biological father. Twist: His father was Cuckoo, which meant Dale Jr. now found himself among his father’s widow and her family.

But that isn’t the only twist in the episode. Rather, Lautner’s comedic debut quickly became the most talked-about element of the show, both shocking and impressing viewers who perhaps only knew him from his work on the Twilight films. And let’s just say that Dale is a far cry from Jacob Black. Below, watch a clip from Lautner’s debut.

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Brette Taylor joins third season of 'Nashville'

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At the end of Nashville‘s second season, Deacon proposed to Rayna (after Luke did the same), thereby leaving her with a very big decision to make. But how will a new muse affect her decision?

EW has confirmed that Brette Taylor is coming to Nashville‘s third season as Pam, a backup singer for Luke Wheeler who will eventually become Deacon’s muse. And according to TVLine, which first reported the news, Pam has a “complicated” past that will make its way into the picture. Don’t we all.

Nashville returns for season three on Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 10 p.m. on ABC.

First 'Better Call Saul' teaser reveals February 2015 premiere date

It’s official, Breaking Bad fans: We only have to wait six more months before Saul Goodman—or rather Jimmy McGill—re-enters our lives.

In the first teaser for the upcoming Bad spinoff, Better Call Saul, we get a glimpse at Mr. Goodman/McGill doing what he does best: Convincing some unknowing clientele that they’d better call Saul if they find themselves in need of a lawyer. The teaser ends with the announcement that Better Call Saul will come to AMC in February.

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Amazon's third pilot season will feature five new shows

Amazon is gearing up for its third pilot season, in which it will present five new shows for users to watch, rate, and review. Starting on August 28, three half-hour comedies and two hour-long dramas will be made available on Amazon Instant Video in both the U.S. and the UK. Users will be able to watch the pilots, rate them, and even comment on them. By the end of the pilot season, that feedback helps choose which shows become an Amazon Original series.

Here’s a quick rundown of this year’s pilots: READ FULL STORY

Henry Simmons joins 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' second season

First, Skye gets a father, and now the team gets a mechanic?

EW has confirmed that NYPD Blue‘s Henry Simmons has joined season two of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Alphonso Mackenzie, a mechanic. Few details have been released other than that Alphonso is in his early 30s, which makes him age-appropriate for just about everyone.

TVLine first reported the news.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 9 p.m ET on ABC.

Spoiler Room: Get scoops on 'Dallas,' 'Arrow,' 'NCIS,' 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.

Spoiler Room is back for the second week, and you know what that means: Some great television is just a week away. Yep, Oliver and Felicity’s first date on Arrow is now one week closer. Finding out how far Sam Winchester will go to save his brother on Supernatural is one week closer. Olivia and Fitz exchanging longing looks on Scandal is one week closer. I have to stop now because all this talk is making me want to stop writing and start re-watching.

This week, I chatted with executive producer Cynthia Cidre about pretty much everything—the crazy things that have happened on Dallas, will happen on Dallas, and where fans can expect to find themselves by season’s end.

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Hormones run high in first 'Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story' clip

The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story focuses on the on-set life of the hit series Saved by the Bell, which ran from 1989-1993. And in a first clip from the Lifetime movie, viewers get a taste of the role that teenage hormones played in something as simple as a photo shoot.

The movie stars Dylan Everett as Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Julian Works as a very active Mario Lopez, and Sam Kindseth as a very vocal Dustin Diamond. Alyssa Lynch plays Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, while Tiera Skovbye plays Elizabeth Berkley and Taylor Russell McKenzie brings some attitude (and jealousy) as Lark Voorhies.

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Who would win a Presidential race between Frank Underwood and Selina Meyer?

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They’re both the leads on political series. They both crave power. They’re both the focus of this week’s EW cover story on The 25 Best Characters on TV. But what would happen if House of Cards‘ Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) ever met Veep‘s Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus)?

“I’m not even sure she’d be alive,” laughs Spacey. “First of all, Frank would probably find a way to manipulate the little guy that carries her purse around. So I’d have a mole in her office. I do have this hilarious notion that at some point on either of our shows we should be walking down a hallway and having a discussion and pass each other, and just stop, and then keep going.” READ FULL STORY

Robert Knepper's Clock King headed to 'The Flash'

Fans of Arrow and The Flash know all about the upcoming crossover event that will happen in the eighth episode of both shows. But before we get that far, there’s another crossover of sorts happening just one episode earlier on The Flash—perhaps it sets the entire dual-show plot in motion?

EW has confirmed that Robert Knepper’s Clock King, first seen on Arrow, is heading to Central City in episode 7 of The Flash. And according to TVLine, who first reported the news, the Clock King won’t be working alone. Yeah, it definitely sounds like Barry might need to call on his superhero buddies for a little help.

The Flash premieres Tuesday, October 7 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.

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