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Steve McGarrett’s past is going to take center stage in Monday’s Hawaii Five-0.
In a series of flashbacks, fans will get to see what happened in the hours leading up to the show’s pilot — specifically learn how McGarrett was indirectly responsible for the death of a fellow SEAL who saved his life.
But if you can’t wait until Monday to see what’s sure to be an emotional hour, check out the exclusive clip
It’s been an intense few weeks on Castle (a crazy two-parter, an emotional Ryan-centric episode), but Monday’s episode is going to be a return to the show’s signature light-hearted fare.
In the episode, airing Monday at 10 p.m. on ABC, Castle (Nathan Fillion) is convinced their suspect-of-the-week is none other than Bigfoot. Meanwhile, Beckett (Stana Katic) thinks he’s nuts.
In the exclusive clip below, the pair set out to hunt for clues in the woods, but things take a turn when they become the hunted. READ FULL STORY »
Does it hurt more when Randy Jackson tells you you’re not being saved? Or when Ryan Seacrest tells you it’s time to go home?
Patricia Arquette is heading back to television.
The actress is on board to join the upcoming fourth season of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. She will recur as a character named Sally Wheet, described as “a tough-as-nails Tampa speakeasy owner with connections to local gangsters.”
Arquette last appeared on television on NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which had been her first television role since starring on CBS’s Medium.
Boardwalk is expected to return later this year.
LARPing hacker Charlie (Felicia Day) is back for her third Supernatural appearance in the April 24 episode, but this time around, instead of Dean and Sam delving into her world, it’s going to be Charlie who’s a little out of her element.
In the episode, Dean (Jensen Ackles) benches Sam (Jared Padalecki) from hunting because he’s still suffering side-effects from the second trial. So when Charlie calls with a case, Dean decides it’s time for her to hone her hunting skills and gives her some lessons in Hunting 101 (complete with cheap pant-suit!). Things take a turn, however, when Dean and Sam begin to suspect that Charlie is hiding a secret that could get her killed.
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It takes a lot to shock Dallas fans, but seeing Pamela Barnes (Julie Gonzalo) and John Ross Ewing (Josh Henderson) wed in Vegas this week — binding them and their respective shares in Barnes Global and Ewing Energies — did it. “I was sitting on a comfortable couch, and I was reading the episode,” Gonzalo says, “and I literally yelled, ‘WHAT? They’re marrying them already? No way!’ At first, I was like, ‘That’s so soon,’ but now I’m like, ‘That’s awesome. They’re brilliant.’ They’re a great duo and really complement each other. I don’t think it’s happily ever after for these two, at all. I think the fun has just started.” READ FULL STORY »
Get ready to read the word “finale” a lot. But ’tis the season, folks!
And as our favorite shows begin signing off (Go On) and others film their final installments before summer vacay, make sure you send in your burning questions! (SpoilerRoom@ew.com is still the best way. I can’t always comb the comments!)
‘THE VAMPIRE DIARIES’: PAUL WESLEY DISHES ON STEFAN’S FUTURE
In the last new episode of The Vampire Diaries, Stefan (Paul Wesley) told Damon it was time they break their cycle of loving the same woman. To that end, Stefan said his plan is to 1.) Help Damon shove the cure down Elena’s throat and 2.) Get her out of his life so he can find a new one for himself. That last bit sounds pretty good to Wesley as he looks ahead to season 5. “I think that Stefan should go off and explore another town,” he tells EW. “I think Stefan is really interesting when he separates from the pack and explores his own demons. I think it’s time for him to maybe go off, and then come back later to Mystic Falls and see how that impacts the relationships that he has with Elena and Damon. I could just be saying that selfishly because I’d love a different storyline, but I also think just objectively it would be good for the show.” READ FULL STORY »
The Vampire Diaries’ newest big bad has finally been cast. And no, it isn’t Regis Philbin. (Sorry, Ian Somerhalder!).
Actor Scott Parks—whose most recent credit includes a stint on Homeland as a team agent—has been tapped to play the elusive Silas, the CW has confirmed.
Of course, that doesn’t mean we’ll actually see a lot of Parks in the role. Fans who watched the most recent episode of The Vampire Diaries know that Silas can take any form — a skill he’ll likely put to good use as the series races toward its May 16 finale.
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The end of The Office is accelerating toward us faster than, well, something between a snake and a mongoose. To honor it properly, Office star John Krasinski has produced a 10-episode web series that NBC will roll out over the next few weeks.
In the first, which is available below exclusively on EW.com, we sit down for lunch with Will Ferrell, who pays tribute to his time on the show, when he played Deangelo Vickers. (The lunch part wasn’t exactly planned, as you’ll see.)
Upcoming installments will feature interviews with other memorable guest stars, as well as some longtime Dunder Mifflin favorites. Watch below, and for more scoop on the Office series finale, airing May 16 at 9 p.m., click here.
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