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'Arrow': Stephen Amell teases huge scene with Laurel, talks Slade showdown; plus, is Oliver going to appear in 'Flash'?

Creatively, Arrow’s second season has soared like an arrow shot from Oliver Queen’s quiver. And if star Stephen Amell is to believed (he is) the last batch of episodes in the show’s second season are only going to get better.

Amell took some time out of his busy schedule of filming, auditioning (hmm…), and doing push-ups to talk to EW about the rest of the season to come — and tell us everything he could about the highly anticipated Flash pilot. His answer regarding the latter might surprise you. READ FULL STORY

'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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'Sleepy Hollow': John Noble, Lyndie Greenwood promoted to series regulars

Two Sleepy Hollow actors are putting down more permanent roots on the show. READ FULL STORY

'Big Bang Theory' First Look: Carrie Fisher takes on James Earl Jones...with a bat! -- EXCLUSIVE

Sheldon’s quest to hold his own comic book convention is going to lead to a clash of two Star Wars legends on this week’s The Big Bang Theory.

In the episode, Sheldon (Jim Parsons) decides to organize a convention after failing to get tickets to San Diego Comic-Con and somehow finds himself having a crazy night with James Earl Jones. Now, how that encounter leads to the one you see above in an exclusive photo, we can’t say. Judging by that bat, however, we can pretty much guess that Fisher isn’t too happy to see Jones — or Sheldon, for that matter – on her doorstep. READ FULL STORY

'The Mindy Project' books Jenna Dewan Tatum; will she get between Danny and Mindy?

Danny and Mindy’s epic kiss in last week’s episode of The Mindy Project gave us all hope of a future between these two crazy kids, and while we won’t know until April what transpires in the aftermath of the smooch, here’s what we can confirm: We’ll soon be digging into the pages of Danny’s ex-files!

EW has learned exclusively that the show has booked Jenna Dewan Tatum for an upcoming episode, in which she will play a traveling pharmaceutical rep named Brooke, who has “a history with Danny.” (And we’re guessing they weren’t workout buddies.)

Will Tatum’s character threaten the budding romance? Can we even call it budding? Are they even together when the show comes back? How many more days until April 1?

Tatum, currently appearing on Lifetime’s Witches of East End, is set to guest in one episode.

'Revolution': Monroe gets down and dirty! Plus, Bret Michaels pays a visit

Is Monroe back to his old ways? That’s certainly what it looks like in the above photo, which seems to show everyone’s favorite reformed(?) bad boy in a rather perilous situation. In Wednesday’s episode, Charlie and Connor will accompany Monroe on a mission that has the potential to turn deadly. Although we’re not exactly sure what’s going to go down — or how bad this mission will possibly be — one thing’s for certain: Monroe won’t get out of this without a fight.

At the beginning of season two, we found Monroe taking to the fight scene in Vegas, before Charlie managed to persuade him to come back to Texas with her. Over the course of the season so far, we’ve watched the former Militia leader slowly find his humanity, even going so far as start to to turn himself around from his days as a ruthless killer — but will that last? READ FULL STORY

CW's 'Flash' pilot adds 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Necessary Roughness' alums

Central City has just added two new residents.

EW has confirmed that Rick Cosnett, best known for playing Dr. Wes Maxfield on The Vampire Diaries, and Danielle Panabaker, who was last seen on USA’s Necessary Roughness, have been cast in the CW’s Flash pilot.

Cosnett will play Eddie Thawne, a star detective who recently transferred to Central City and harbors a dark secret. And Panabaker will play bioengineer Caitlin Snow, who lost her fiancé during an explosion at S.T.A.R. labs. (Fun fact: Caitlin Snow is also the name of the most recent incarnation of D.C villain Killer Frost. Hmmm…)

The actors are just the latest additions to a growing cast that also includes Grant Gustin, who plays the title role, and Jesse L. Martin, who joined the show earlier this week.

Gustin’s Barry Allen made his debut on the CW’s Arrow at the end of 2013 to rave reviews, and just before his inaugural appearance, producers announced their plans to produce a standalone pilot around the character. Originally, the plan had been to make the 20th episode of Arrow a backdoor pilot.

'The Walking Dead' cast, producers tease 'more brutal world' in second half of season 4 -- VIDEO

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With their prison home in shambles, the The Walking Dead gang is on its own during the second half of the fourth season.

In this trailer for the show’s return, the cast and producers talk about life outside the prison for the now-scattered gang and the “brutal” world that awaits the micro-groups. Also, after the devastating loss of Hershel, some of the members will find themselves juggling their fears over their new, terrifying circumstances with intense grief that will affect everyone differently. (Look out for a very angry Maggie.)

As for increasingly zombie-looking Rick? He seems to be in for a roller coaster, too, as Andrew Lincoln talks about the character’s lingering physical and psychological damage.

In sum? It’s a brutal world out there…and they’re dead men walking.
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Margaret Cho cast in Tina Fey-produced comedy

The cast for Tina Fey’s multi-cam Fox comedy continues to take shape.

The latest new recruit to the show, about a women’s college that starts to admit men? Margaret Cho, who has secured a role as an administrator at the college named Laura Thibault. The Drop Dead Diva actress will join the series, which does not yet have an official title, as a series regular. The Hollywood Reporter first reported the casting.

The series, which comes from Fey and 30 Rock writer Matt Hubbard, currently has a cast that includes former Third Watch actress Bonnie Dennison, who plays an uptight sophomore who opposes the admission of men, and Jack Cutmore Scott, who plays one of the new students.

The comedy, which starts production in March, currently has a series commitment from Fox.

'How I Met Your Mother' makes special credits for 200th episode. Watch them here -- EXCLUSIVE

How I Met Your Mother‘s 200th episode, titled “How Your Mother Met Me” promises to be a big one. So big, in fact, that the show has created a brand new opening title for the episode, which you can watch below first on EW.com.

As previously reported, HIMYM‘s big 2-0-0 will heavily feature Mother Cristin Milioti and tell the story of the last eight years of HER life. “Cristin is amazing in it and there’s a lot of fun intersections between her life and our gang,” executive producer Craig Thomas teased to reporters last week. 

Enough foreplay! Here are the special opening credits:  READ FULL STORY

'About a Boy' reunites Adrianne Palicki with 'Friday Night Lights' creator

Adrianne Palicki is reuniting with her old Friday Night Lights boss Jason Katims.

EW has confirmed that the former FNL star has booked a guest arc on NBC’s About a Boy, which is executive produced by Katims, playing the love interest of David Walton’s Will, the man-child at the center of the show and of the book by Nick Hornby, on which the series is based. Palicki, who will play a doctor named Samantha Lake, is set to appear in seven episodes.

This is far from the first time Katims has visited his well of FNL talent to populate his new shows. Matt Lauria, Jurnee Smollett, Michael B. Jordan, and Minka Kelly are just a few of the alums who have visited Katims’ other NBC show, Parenthood.

It’s probably for the best that Palicki has waited this long to reunite with Katims, as just last week, he confirmed that both his one-hour drama and forthcoming comedy exist in the same reality. Walton recently had a cameo in an episode of Parenthood, playing his character from About a Boy, and soon, Dax Shepard will also have a cameo appearance on Boy. “I’ve never done anything like that before,” Katims said last week, but “it seemed like a natural thing to do.”

Palicki’s first episode does not yet have an air date. About a Boy premieres Feb. 22.

'Hawaii Five-0': Rob Corddry lands magical role in fan-built episode -- EXCLUSIVE

Rob Corddry is hanging up his clown shoes to join the world of magic for an upcoming episode of CBS’ Hawaii Five-0.

EW has learned exclusively that the actor, who plays clown/doctor Cutter/Roy Spindell on Comedy Central’s Children’s Hospital, has been tapped to play a former high school classmate of Chin’s (Daniel Dae Kim) who crosses paths with the cop at a high school reunion. Corddry’s character, a professional magician named Tony, is described as a “humorously sleazy” man who has a long rap sheet and soon becomes a suspect in a murder investigation.

The episode — the plot and details of which were voted on by fans late last year — does not yet have an air date. Jorge Garcia also guests in the episode, reprising his role as Chin’s friend and former classmate Jerry.

ABC orders drama from 'American Hustle' director David O. Russell

David O. Russell is on a streak in the film world, and now he’s going to try his hand at television.

EW has confirmed that ABC has ordered an untitled soapy drama project from the American Hustle director and Erin Brockovich writer Susannah Grant straight to series. The show, described as “an upstairs/downstairs soap centered on a private country club,” will be co-produced by CBS Studios and ABC Studios.

Russell’s American Hustle is currently up for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture — an award his films Silver Linings Playbook and The Fighter were also nominated for in their respective years.

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