The toys have returned for ABC’s new holiday special Toy Story That Time Forgot, and EW has the exclusive first look at the new poster.
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Laverne Cox is trading in her orange jumpsuit for a more dramatic role on MTV’s Faking It.
On Tuesday’s episode, the Orange Is the New Black actress will make her side-splitting debut as Margot, the demanding director of the school’s drama department who will hilariously push Karma (Katie Stevens), Shane (Michael J. Willett) and Lauren (Bailey De Young) to their limits. How did the Emmy nominee book a ticket to Hester High? EW hit the set to find out:
Will the fastest man alive be able to outrun prying eyes? Add that to the growing list of concerns Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) will now have to worry about on The Flash.
One of the most anticipated and ambitious series of 2015 is Fox’s Empire. Created by Lee Daniels (The Butler) and Danny Strong (Game Change) and featuring original music by Timbaland, Empire is a soapy drama about a hip-hop mogul (The Best Man Holiday‘s Terrence Howard) who battles his estranged wife Cookie (No Good Deed‘s Taraji P. Henson) for control of their massively successful company. Watch the new teaser exclusively on EW: READ FULL STORY
Sam Neill has joined the cast of the CBS miniseries The Dovekeepers, EW has learned.
Based on Alice Hoffman’s novel, the four-part miniseries tells the story of four women whose lives intersect as they fight for survival when 900 Jews are besieged for months in a fortress at Masada.
Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday’s episode of Once Upon a Time.
The Snow Queen has arrived!
During Sunday’s episode of Once Upon a Time, a chill continued to hang over Storybrooke—but Elsa (Georgina Haig) wasn’t to blame when Maid Marian (Christine Laing) suddenly turned to ice. Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Charming (Josh Dallas) discovered that the real culprit worked at the local ice cream parlor, thanks to the help of cunning thief Will Scarlet (Michael Socha).
But Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) and Elsa found the source first, discovering the Snow Queen (Elizabeth Mitchell) in the middle of the woods, tinkering with some sort of mini ice castle. The Snow Queen admitted that she was framing Elsa to prove a point—every “normal” person would eventually look at her as a monster. Then SQ attempted to kill Hook to prove her point, but Emma and David arrived in time to save the day.
Surprisingly, SQ actually knows both Emma and Elsa from their pasts, though both of them are unaware of that fact. The Emma connection remains to be seen, but Elsa and SQ first crossed paths when Hans (Tyler Jacob Moore) set out to locate a magical urn that would capture Elsa. However, when he went to use it, SQ came spilling out. She promptly turned Hans into a popsicle and found a kinship with Elsa: She’s apparently Elsa’s aunt! We say “apparently” because, honestly, can she really be trusted? EW turned to Mitchell to find out.
Less than a week after the show’s debut, Starz has renewed LeBron James comedy Survivor’s Remorse for season 2.
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.
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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