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Animal Planet developing scripted zombie animal drama

Even animals are not immune from zombism.

Animal Planet is developing a scripted live-action zombie animal saga based on the graphic novel The Other Dead, EW has learned exclusively.

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'The Walking Dead' star Danai Gurira says Michonne is no longer a loner

Michonne may not have exactly seemed like a people person when we first met her on The Walking Dead, but that cold, hard exterior has softened over time. Heck, we’ve even seen her smile a few times and strike up a friendship with Carl. But how comfortable is she now in a big group? And how comfortable will she be in a big group full of new faces (like Abraham, Eugene, Rosita, and Tara)? We asked actress Danai Gurira that and more when we spoke about the upcoming season 5 (which premieres this Sunday). Here’s what you need to know about Michonne going forward.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What can you say about Michonne coming up in season 5 in terms of her evolution? How is she going to be fitting in with this new group that we have here?
DANAI GURIRA: I think she’s still evolving and settling into the idea that I’m now going to be a part of this team. Before she was a part of the team, but she had time to get on her horse and go away and spend time alone. But fully immersed and invested is another level of commitment. It really is about her living in that and then what that evolved into for her in terms of really deciding, I want to live. I want to live and I want to live with people and I want to be committed. How does that really look in a world this vile? READ FULL STORY

'Sleepy Hollow' sneak peek: Ichabod learns to drive

Sleepy Hollow‘s Ichabod Crane is a man of many talents, one of which is the wealth of knowledge that comes from being alive when the Founding Fathers ran the country and secretly battled forces of evil. But there are a few things Ichabod isn’t great at, such as updating his clothing and/or generally acclimating to the times.

On Sunday during the show’s New York Comic Con panel, attendees will get the see this exclusive clip from Monday’s episode. It shows Abbie working with Ichabod—who now has a fake ID—to fix one of his biggest faults: Ichabod needs to learn to drive, or, as he puts, it, “utilize a motor vehicle.”

Watch Abbie give Ichabod a parking-lot lesson below.

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Syfy sets premiere date for '12 Monkeys' adaptation

Syfy has set a premiere date for the highly anticipated 12 Monkeys adaptation.

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'Arrow' boss: 'Batman Begins' connection was 'total coincidence'

In a season that will be introducing Batman villain Ra’s al Ghul, Arrow’s premiere included a scene somewhat familiar to fans of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy.

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'Buffy' and 'Angel' alum Charisma Carpenter heads to 'Sons of Anarchy'

Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel alum Charisma Carpenter has landed a guest-starring role on Sons of Anarchy, EW has learned exclusively.

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CBS renews 'Under the Dome' and 'Extant,' cancels 'Reckless'

CBS is sticking with its sci-fi series. The network has renewed Under the Dome and Extant, EW has learned. Additionally, freshman drama Reckless has been canceled. There’s no decision yet on the fate of Unforgettable.

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'Doctor Who' guest star Foxes talks 'Mummy on the Orient Express'

How busy has Foxes been of late? Busy enough that the British singer-songwriter neglected to tell her family she was making a guest appearance alongside Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman on this Saturday’s episode of Doctor Who, the tantalizingly titled “Mummy on the Orient Express.”

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'Grey's Anatomy' star Kevin McKidd: Owen will be forced to face Cristina's absence

The lack of closure between Owen and Cristina will come to a head during Thursday’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy.

Ever since Cristina (Sandra Oh) left Grey Sloan Memorial in last year’s season finale, Owen (Kevin McKidd) has thrown himself into work in a bid to distract himself from the pain of her absence. “Every single minute of the day he’s struggling, but he’s putting a face on to the world,” McKidd tells EW from the set of the ABC medical drama.

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'Reign' sneak peek: Catherine visits Nostradamus before his execution

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Reign‘s season-two premiere ended with Mary taking control of her kingdom by enlisting Nostradamus’ help in order to make Catherine believe she had the plague. And once Catherine was out of Mary’s way, Mary dealt with Edward Narcisse in her own way—she stuck him in a cell full of infected people.

But as fans of the show know, Nostradamus has been a longtime ally of Catherine’s, so what will this act of betrayal mean for the only man immune to the plague? It’s actually quite simple: death.

In an exclusive look at Thursday’s episode, Nostradamus is being held, awaiting the reading of his last rites when Catherine stops by to say her goodbye. And let’s just say she’s not exactly in a giving mood (unless promising him a statue in Paris is considered “giving”).

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'The Walking Dead' star Norman Reedus on the 'tight bond' between Daryl and Carol

I caught up with Norman Reedus this summer on The Walking Dead set while he was shooting a scene from episode 6 of the new season (which kicks of Sunday night). In between takes, we sat on the rooftop of the Grant Building in downtown Atlanta and talked spoilers, industry respect, and what’s coming up for Daryl Dixon.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: I understand you all are shooting more downtown in the city again, which you guys haven’t done in a long time. Tell me what that’s like and tell me how it’s different from when you first started shooting in terms of fans, the crush and all that stuff.
NORMAN REEDUS: Well, it’s a little different because there’s a lot of people walking around, so there are people will camera phones and there’s noise — as you can hear — and traffic and stuff like that…trains, whatever going by. There are no bugs, that’s good. It’s fun to be away from the woods for an episode or whatever, just for a little awhile. It’s different. When you look at an apocalyptic landscape and it’s the city, it’s really jarring to look at, so I’m excited to see how this all turns out. It’s much different, especially in this episode and not having what we’re familiar with. It really keeps you on edge as a character and you find that there’s so many little nooks and crannies that aren’t usually there that are new. And if you take a place like the city and you imagine how many dead people can be roaming around, they could anywhere. There could a lot of them, so it keeps you on your toes. READ FULL STORY

John Rocker talks about that big 'Survivor' blowup

Even the smallest thing on Survivor can completely set you on the path towards elimination. John Rocker learned that the hard way after making a deal with Jeremy at Exile Island to help protect his wife. Once she was voted out by the tribe, Jeremy sought his revenge by revealing Rocker’s controversial past to his tribe. Then Natalie — whose twin sister Nadiya was also voted out by Rocker — let fly at the former pitcher after the immunity contest for both his performance in the challenges and his past comments in a 1999 Sports Illustrated article. And that was pretty much it for John Rocker. READ FULL STORY

'AHS: Freak Show' Exclusive: Watch Jessica Lange's full performance of Bowie's 'Life on Mars'

There were several amazing moments from last night’s premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show, from Sarah Paulson’s amazing two-headed performance to Twisty’s horrifying grin. But the one everyone’s talking about is a Baz Luhrmann-esque cover of David Bowie’s “Life on Mars”—performed, appropriately enough, by Elsa Mars (Jessica Lange).

EW has exclusive video of the number from the premiere below. It’s worth watching over and over again, if only to see Lange pulled out on a wooden rocket. READ FULL STORY

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