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'The Tomorrow People' is moving to Mondays, and Jedekiah will make sure you remember -- VIDEO

As sad as it is that Amell Wednesdays are coming to a close, your Monday night void — the one likely left by the end of The Bachelor — will now be filled by supernatural hotties, so things could be worse.

When The Tomorrow People returns next week, it will officially move to its new airtime on Mondays at 9 p.m. on The CW. So if you’re dying to find out what’s going to happen with Roger’s body, Jedekiah’s plan, and all things having to do with the love triangle, you might want to adjust your DVR settings.

But to be sure you don’t forget, we’ve got a fun video with Tomorrow People cast members Mark Pellegrino and Madeleine Mantock. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY

'Tomorrow People' boss on what's next: Jedekiah 'will pull the trigger on one of our very beloved characters'

Another week with The Tomorrow People means another secret will be revealed. Last week, we found out that Jedekiah is still in possession of Roger’s body (and maybe hoping to steal his brother’s powers). So with the show inching toward its season finale, what other secrets do the writers have in store?

We caught up with executive producer Phil Klemmer to talk about Tomorrow‘s love triangle, all things Jedekiah, and that Marla twist we still can’t let go. Turns out, neither can Klemmer’s mother. “Moms Klemmer thought that was the coolest,” Phil Klemmer tells EW. “She was totally taking credit. She’s like, ‘That’s me, right? I totally get it. I’m a superhero.’”

Here’s what Klemmer has to say about the rest of the season:

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'Arrow' star Manu Bennett talks Deathstroke: Oliver's 'about to meet his maker'

It was the handshake heard around the world.  And yes, I mean heard. Let’s just say Slade put a little bit of his Mirakuru-induced strength into his re-introduction to Oliver Queen during last week’s Arrow. But when we left the friends-turned-enemies, Slade had just uttered the words, “It’s a pleasure to meet you, Mr. Queen.” So what now?

Obviously, by making his way into the living room of Starling City’s own Moira Queen, it’s safe to say that Slade has worked his way up society’s ladder. “He hasn’t arrived with an army. He’s arrived by himself and he’s well aware of everything,” Manu Bennett, who plays Slade, said. “He’s taken that time to prepare himself to come to Starling City. The fact that he arrives in a Hugo Boss suit and is able to be put into the company of an elite person of the city like Moira Queen means that he’s taken the time since the island — however long that’s been for him — and executed his master plan to be able to slip on into Starling City as somebody wealthy and influential. He’s been devising this arrival in Starling City for some time. It’s a military operation for him, but he’s obviously managed to get money and resources and influence.” READ FULL STORY

'Jane the Virgin': Gina Rodriguez cast as lead in new CW pilot

The new CW pilot Jane the Virgin has found its Jane.

EW has learned that Gina Rodriguez will play the title role in Jane the Virgin, which is adapted from the Venezuelan telenovela and is about a “hard-working, religious young Latina woman” who finds herself artificially inseminated … by accident.

The pilot will be written by Jennie Snyder Urman, who most recently wrote an episode of The CW’s Reign.

'Reign': Megan Follows, Torrance Coombs talk Clarissa, Olivia's return, a Francis-Lola connection, and more

It’s just about time to return to France, and therefore, the complicated lives of our favorite royals (and not-so-royals). When we last visited Reign, Francis was no where to be found, Clarissa was outed as Catherine’s daughter, and Mary was taking a bath. Well, that was before her bath was poisoned by Queen Catherine, who was quickly reprimanded and taken to chambers as Bash rescued his beloved.

So what does the rest of the season hold for the doomed Catherine, her disfigured daughter, and the always evolving love triangle? We caught up, separately, with Megan Follows (Catherine) and Torrance Coombs (Bash) to talk about Catherine’s future, Mary’s decision, and Francis’ surprising new relationship: READ FULL STORY

'The Tomorrow People': Sarah Clarke on Marla's future, Stephen as a synergist; Plus, [Spoiler!] has powers!

Last we left The Tomorrow People, we had just experienced the mother of all twists — literally! Stephen’s mother, Marla, used her telekinesis to stop bullets from killing Astrid and her dad. Suffice all of that to say that Marla is a Tomorrow Person! And a powerful one at that.

So how is this going to change, well, everything moving forward? We caught up with Sarah Clarke to talk about Marla’s future relationship with Stephen, her impressive powers, and the idea of fighting being a family affair (Luca included!): READ FULL STORY

'Star-Crossed': Malese Jow talks Julia's 'side effects', an upcoming love interest, and more

Last week, viewers were introduced to the alien-invaded world of The CW’s Star-Crossed. There, we met protagonist Emery, a high schooler who had spent most of her life in the hospital thanks to an immune deficiency. And on the day she was finally allowed to return to normal life, so were seven Atrians, the alien species that the government had previously kept segregated from the rest of the world. But when Emery and her best friend, the still-sick Julia, invaded The Sector in hopes of finding the Atrians’ secret healing plant, things got interesting.

By episode’s end, Emery had started a flirtation with Atrian Roman, who then used the healing plant, called Cyper, to help Julia. So what now? For starters: Fewer hospitals. For the rest, we caught up with Malese Jow (who plays Julia) to talk about what the season holds for Emery’s best friend, and more:

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'Star-Crossed': Aimee Teegarden on the love triangle, learning a new language, and her favorite episode

Starting high school is hard enough on its own — but things only get more complicated when an alien race lands on your planet and decides to integrate itself into your angsty teenage world.

In The CW’s newest series, Star-Crossed, Aimee Teegarden plays Emery, a young girl who suddenly finds herself caught between two races when she starts to fall for Roman (Matt Lanter), an alien boy who recently started attending her school as part of an integration program. We caught up with Teegarden to talk about what viewers should know going into the show, the fun of its love triangle, and the day she got to embody an Atrian.

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'The Originals' First Look: Rebekah and Genevieve nurse patients back to health in 1919 -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

Last we left New Orleans, there was a new team of witches in town, and they were out for blood. Then again, that could have to do with the fact that the witches weren’t very new at all, but rather very, very old. Thanks to Celeste’s resurrection magic, she now has Bastiana and Genevieve by her side. But the question remains: Why are they looking for vengeance? What is their past with the town?

When The Originals returns on February 25, we’ll get a glimpse into Genevieve’s (Elyse Levesque) history with Rebekah when our favorite Original sister finds herself locked in the same sanatorium where she and Genevieve once worked in 1919. As Rebekah realizes that Genevieve is out for revenge and could reveal a secret that would destroy her, Rebekah immediately flashes back to a the early days of their relationship. READ FULL STORY

'Reign': Caitlin Stasey talks Clarissa's 'startling' backstory, Mary's 'misleading' mother, and Kenna's future

So far, Reign has taught us all about the lives of royals (and, of course, the Queen’s ladies). Inside the castle walls, things are complicated, sexy, dangerous, elaborate, creepy, beautiful, suspicious, poisonous, and, of course, well dressed. However, with Bash and Mary’s potential marriage threatening Catherine’s family, things only promise to get more dramatic in the future. In the remaining episodes, fans can expect new faces, new backstories, and an uncertain future for Kenna.
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'The Tomorrow People': Peyton List previews The Founder's daughter, Luca's breakout, and more

After last week’s camping trip didn’t exactly go as planned, Stephen discovered his mother’s boyfriend wasn’t the paranormal he was looking for. Instead, he should’ve been looking at his own brother, Luca, who is now “breaking out.” So with a pair of sibling paranormals, the introduction of The Founder’s daughter, and a Cara-John clash, what does this week hold for The Tomorrow People?

We caught up with Peyton List to talk about the show’s newest character, what John and Stephen’s friendship will mean for Cara, and more:

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'The Tomorrow People': Luke Mitchell on the threat of Julian, John and Astrid's connection, and more

So far, the second half of The Tomorrow People‘s first season has been all about new enemies, more action, and even more danger. Continuing with that theme, in this week’s episode, Stephen leaves the city to go on a family camping trip, where he’s left all alone to face his mother’s new boyfriend, Peter. However, Stephen isn’t the only one at risk. Back in the city, new Ultra agent Hillary has discovered Astrid’s knowledge about Stephen’s abilities. As a result, Astrid finds herself in Ultra’s line of fire. And when John steps in to protect Stephen’s friend, he becomes the wounded victim of the week (or one of them, at least).

We caught up with John himself, Luke Mitchell, to talk about the rest of the season, a potential romance between John and Astrid, and what’s next for Julian:

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'The Tomorrow People' sneak peek: Stephen goes camping with Peter ... and his rifle? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

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The Tomorrow People‘s Stephen Jameson is in an awkward position. Not only does he disapprove of his mother’s new boyfriend, but his reasoning is complicated, to say the least. Basically, he thinks Peter is a fellow Tomorrow Person, a.k.a. someone with the powers of telekinesis, teleportation, and telepathy. So suffice it to say, it isn’t a concern that he can voice to his mother. But what he can do is join his family on a camping trip with the new boyfriend and make sure they all stay safe.

Going out into the woods with a man you don’t trust who is probably a much more powerful telepath than you are? We never said it was Stephen’s smartest choice. The good news is that we have an exclusive clip from the upcoming episode. The bad news is that Peter seems to be a fan of hunting (read: firearms).

Watch the sneak peek below:
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