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'The Sing Off': First look at Mark Burnett's revamped season 4

The time is upon us. The moment we’ve been eagerly awaiting since 2011: Nick Lachey is back hosting the fourth season of cult-favorite, The Sing-Off, and we can only hope he’ll be wearing more jewel toned dress shirts than ever before!

Though short, the exclusive trailer below has everything you’ve been missing from your non-instrumental singing competition shows: Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes,” a Jennifer Hudson look-alike and a couple of good ole boys dropping the butt-rattling bass on “Life Is a Highway.” But all is not as it once was in a capella land. Now that The Sing-Off is officially “from the producers of The Voice” (which, oddly enough, premiered a year and a half after The Sing-Off) it seems like the charms of its previously, lesser-NBC-show quality might be returning with a fresh new glaze. And, of course, new judge, Jewel (Sara Bareilles, miss you, girl).

The best aspects of the show are still alive and well; now the kitschy matching group outfits just come with the judges in front of a fancy backdrop and a heaping dose of almost-Voice-quality graphics. But the real question is, do their chairs spin? Hopefully not. I don’t know that Ben Folds could ever recover from the giggle fit that might induce.

Check out the trailer for season four of The Sing-Off, premiering December 9th at 9 p.m. ET on NBC, and get excited for the second coming of Pentatonix (and a lot of other good groups, but come on, Pentatonix): READ FULL STORY

'Years of Living Dangerously' trailer: Ian Somerhalder, Matt Damon, more take on climate change

This April, James Cameron joins forces with producer Jerry Weintraub and Showtime for Years of Living Dangerously, a multi-part television event that focuses on the effects climate change has on the environment and its citizens all around the globe.

In eight episodes, the series will travel everywhere from Texas to Maine, the Middle East, the North Pole, Bangladesh, the South Pacific and more. Along for the ride are a number of celebrity correspondents, who meet with those affected by climate change and hear their stories. The list of celebrities includes Ian Somerhalder, Harrison Ford, Matt Damon, Olivia Munn, Jessica Alba, Don Cheadle, America Ferrera, and Michael C. Hall.

The first trailer for the television event shows the correspondents traveling around the globe, talking to both experts and everyday people affected by climate change. Watch the trailer below:
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New 'True Detective' trailer: Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey revisit the past -- VIDEO

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HBO has just released a gritty trailer for their upcoming serial narrative drama True Detective, which stars Woody Harrelson (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) and Matthew McConaughey (Mud) as two detectives brought in to revisit a homicide case they worked on in 1995 involving a serial killer in Louisiana.

The show floats back and forth between their questioning of the crime in the present day and the events that happened while they were investigating the homicide in 1995.

The dark trailer showcases both detectives struggling with the effects of having investigated such a twisted homicide case for the course of 17 years.

Watch the new trailer below:
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'Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth' trailer: Iron Mike takes the stage -- VIDEO

By the time he was 12 years old, Mike Tyson had been arrested over 38 times. By the time he was 20 years old — 20 years, four months, and 22 days, to be exact — Tyson had become the youngest heavyweight champion in boxing history, annihilating opponents with vicious knock-outs.

How did Tyson go from juvenile delinquent to champion boxer… not to mention convicted rapist, notorious ear-biter, quasi-professional pigeon racer, and unlikely Hangover co-star? We’ll learn the whole story in an upcoming Spike Lee joint appropriately called Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, a filmed version of the one-man show Tyson debuted in Vegas and brought to Broadway in August 2012. It’s a tale of rage, ambition, and even the occasional joke — as when Tyson says something about making a “deal with the devil,” and a photo of Don King flashes onscreen.

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'Awkward.' trailer: Jenna hits 'rock bottom' with latest love triangle -- VIDEO

MTV’s Awkward. always works best when there’s a love triangle involved. And while we’re far removed from Jenna’s Matty vs. Jake debate of the early seasons, it’s time for a new tangle: Matty vs. Collin. (Seriously, Matty can’t catch a break.)

But Jenna’s real relationship drama as season 3 continues appears to be with BFF Tamara and with her parents, who threaten to kick our leading lady out of the house (harsh!).

Get a sneak peek of all the drama below:
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'Killing Kennedy' trailer puts Rob Lowe's JFK behind the podium -- VIDEO

Based on the best-selling book by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard, Nat Geo’s Killing Kennedy follows John F. Kennedy (Rob Lowe) and his assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald (Will Rothhaar), in the final years of both their lives. And now, the first trailer for the TV movie shows Lowe behind the podium as Kennedy, delivering a speech about the “very dangerous and uncertain world” in which he lived.

The trailer also gives us glimpses of Ginnifer Goodwin as first lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Michelle Trachtenberg as Marina Oswald. And, of course, a first glimpse at the bullet shell that nobody saw coming.

Watch the trailer below:
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New 'Eastbound & Down' trailer: Kenny Powers is a phoenix rising -- VIDEO

Last spring, Eastbound & Down seemed as dead as Kenny Powers’ major league career. Thankfully for fans, HBO eventually convinced the cult favorite’s team to return for one last  season — which may be why this new trailer opens with KP (series co-creator Danny McBride) entering a church and declaring, “I’m alive, brother.”

And Kenny’s not just alive: He’s living, man. The comedy’s final outing will apparently find the ex-pro jockeying to become “way more famous” and going after what he thinks he’s entitled to: namely, “fame, money, respect, [and] chicken change.” Expect plenty of scantily clad ladies, a guest turn from Ken Marino, and even Lindsay Lohan — though unfortunately, the comeback queen doesn’t appear in the trailer.

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'Homeland' season 3 trailer: Everyone is sad -- VIDEO

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The trailer for Homeland is finally here, and while the last few episodes of season 2 were action-packed, the third-season tease goes for an emotional punch rather than edge-of-your-seat thrills.

Alongside very little dialogue, the music-heavy trailer shows a montage of intriguing glimpses into where everybody is, both physically and emotionally, after the terrorist attack at the end of last season. Saul and Carrie are testifying in front of the senate, Brody — after his intense goodbye to Carrie — appears to be on the run (and bald!), Carrie looks like she’ll be spending at least a little time in a hospital, and even Dana is beginning to pick up the pieces, flipping through old photos of her family, taking some kind of selfie photos on a phone, and, perhaps most interestingly, praying on a prayer rug.

The clip ends with Saul looking at a distraught Carrie and saying, “I am so sorry.” Intrigue! What are you waiting for? Watch below:
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Second 'American Horror Story: Coven' teaser revealed -- VIDEO

Shortly after releasing the first TV spot, FX has revealed the second teaser for American Horror Story: Coven.

The 22-second clip is titled Pins and Needles, and is as brief, eerie, and effective as the first. The trailer sticks to the show’s tradition of not featuring the series’ stars in the promotional snippets. Instead, the second spot shows a spooky voodoo scene, accompanied by a slow and haunting tune.

The third American Horror Story cycle will be all about witches, featuring a clash between salem witches and voodoo practitioners. New stars to join Coven include Emma Roberts, Kathy Bates, Gabourey Sidibe, and Angela Bassett, beside regulars like Jessica Lange, Denis O’Hare, Alexandra Breckenridge, and Evan Peters.

American Horror Story: Coven is scheduled to return Oct. 9. What do you think of the latest teaser? Check it out below and share your thoughts! READ FULL STORY

'American Horror Story: Coven' first teaser unveiled -- VIDEO

A creepy rendition of “House of the Rising Sun” and an eerie white room of women facing the walls — this 18-second creep-out can only signal one thing: The first teaser of American Horror Story: Coven has arrived.

The FX miniseries has already taken viewers through a haunted house and an asylum, and the next stop on the horror bus is New Orleans. Zooming in on a major face-off between witches of Salem and voodoo practitioners, the third season will explore both present-day characters of the show and real historical figures of New Orleans back in the 1830s. Kathy Bates has joined the show as historical serial killer Marie Delphine LaLaurie, alongside other new stars, including Emma Roberts, and Gabourey Sidibe.

Although fans are left to wonder about most season 3 secrets, executive producer Tim Minear revealed at the TCAs the social direction taken in the upcoming new season: “I think some of the bigger themes this year is oppression of minorities of all kinds and within that idea, the idea of minority groups going after each other and doing the work for the larger culture. There’s a very strong feminist theme there, there’s also themes of race and themes of oppression and a very strong theme of family, specifically mothers and daughters.”

The third season of the FX horror drama is scheduled to premiere in October. Brave the spooky trailer, titled Detention, below:
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TLC chase their dreams (but not waterfalls) in VH1's 'CrazySexyCool' trailer -- VIDEO

CrazySexyCool, the VH1 biopic about TLC named after the hit album that catapulted them to superstardom, has a trailer that will flood your mind with memories of funky hairdos and hip-hop pants — and get “No Scrubs” stuck in your head.

The preview features actress-singer Drew Sidora as Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, rapper Lil Mama as Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes and Keke Palmer as Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, in uncanny representations of the R&B girl group. Check out the sneak peek below:
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Fox's 'Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey' trailer: Get ready to feel really small -- VIDEO

Kate Middleton’s baby: Not the center of the actual universe.

Fox has debuted the trailer for Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a follow-up to Carl Sagan’s iconic 1980 PBS series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. If you’re ready to feel small and insignificant, the new trailer has moments for you: Among sweeping shots of valleys and mountains are pictures of the solar system and the infinite blackness of areas of the universe. Part animation and part awe-inspiring real shots, the documentary series, hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, will premiere spring 2014 and hopefully get people excited about science. Which is a very cool thing indeed.

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Spice Girl meets 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' in new teaser clip -- VIDEO

Newsflash: Geri Halliwell, a.k.a. Ginger Spice, is making a comedy show in the proud vein of Tori Spelling’s So NoTORIous, Kirstie Alley’s Fat Actress, and Christine Lakin’s Lovin’ Lakin. You know, the “quasi-celebrity plays version of herself for laughs” genre — sort of like Curb Your Enthusiasm, but a little sadder and a lot less funny.

In this first NSFW teaser for the series — evidently titled Geri: Life Sucks — the Girl Power guru lies in bed with a hunky dude. Everything seems perfect… until he reveals that he’s been working toward a certain icky goal ever since seeing Spice World 15 (!) years ago.

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