Earlier this week, Chicago Fire was among several NBC shows that learned they will officially be returning next season. So it’s a good thing the show has plans to heat things up in the last four episodes of the season, which kick off tonight on NBC. How will they do that? Executive producer Matt Olmstead explained when we had him touch on some of our burning questions… READ FULL STORY »
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Army Wivesstar Catherine Bell is going to spend some time with King & Maxwell.
EW has learned exclusively that the former JAG star has booked a multi-episode arc on TNT’s forthcoming drama, which stars Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn, and comes from NCIS: LA executive producer Shane Brennan.
Bell will play a character named Joan Dillinger, ex-lover of Sean King (Tenney). “I’ve been a big fan of Catherine Bell for a long time, so it’s very exciting to have her on King & Maxwell,” says Brennan. “Catherine has that perfect blend of strength, intelligence and beauty which makes her perfect for the role of the formidable Joan Dillinger.”
The drama, premiering June 10 on TNT, centers on the crime-solving adventures of private eye team Sean King and Michelle Maxwell (Romijn).
'Glee': Kate Hudson and Lea Michele perform Stevie Wonder's 'Uptight (Everything's Alright)' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
This Thursday is Glee‘s big tribute to Stevie Wonder and EW has an exclusive look at one of the episode’s most energetic numbers as guest-star Kate Hudson, once again playing NYADA instructor Cassandra July, sings Wonder’s “Uptight (Everything’s Alright).” From the looks of the scene, July appears to be celebrating Rachel (Lea Michele) for once instead of tearing her down. Is this a reaction to Rachel just getting a callback for Funny Girl? Or does this mean she landed the plum part? Watch below. READ FULL STORY »
CBS has released a video tease that really milks the word tease for all it’s worth.
At the end of last week’s NCIS, we saw Tony and Ziva get hit by a car while driving back from the airport, and the video below tells us exactly what happens next. Warning: It’s not much and, if anything, it will make you even more eager for tonight’s continuation. The good news is that at this point, there’s only a few hours until we find out the rest.
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The third season of Homeland is going to be a doozy.
Showtime announced today the first details about the Emmy darling’s forthcoming season, which premieres Sept. 29 at 9 p.m. READ FULL STORY »
[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THE SEASON FINALE OF THE FOLLOWING!!!!]
Last night’s season finale of The Following left us shocked but also full of questions. EW talked to executive producer Marcos Siega to clear up who’s dead and who’s alive as well as what’s in store for season 2. READ FULL STORY »
WARNING: This article contained details about tonight’s season finale of Bones. Haven’t seen it? Don’t read this! But come back later…
The season finale of Bones was a killer. Yes, there was the carnage we usually expect from any Bones episode that welcomes back psycho hacker Pelant (Andrew Leeds) but there was also emotional carnage.
In last week’s episode of Castle, Beckett found herself confronting a few important questions. Specifically, she began to wonder about her future with Castle, with whom she feels she shares a passionate if seemingly directionless relationship.
Up to this point, the pair’s courtship has been a pleasant one — riddled with banter, fun romps and several sweet moments. But as the show heads towards its May 13 season finale, look for the more serious issues to rise to the surface, according to executive producer Andrew Marlowe.
“We’re getting to a point in their relationship where some important questions arise,” he says. “And some complications come in from outside their relationship that are going to force them to deal with where they are, who they are, and what’s next for them both individually and potentially in this relationship.” READ FULL STORY »
Boneswraps up its current season tonight with an episode that’s going to show fans just how bad computer hacker madman Christopher Pelant (Andrew Leeds) can be. And Emily Deschanel couldn’t be prouder of the fact that eight seasons in, the show can still keep the audience on its toes. “I feel like new life has been breathed into the show,” she says of this season. “It doesn’t feel like we’re winding down, it feels like we’re revving up.”
To prepare for tonight’s episode, airing at 8 p.m. ET on Fox, Deschanel chatted with EW about what fans can expect. READ FULL STORY »
Tonight is the highly anticipated season finale of Fox’s The Following and fans are waiting to see if all the major questions will be answered. Will Ryan (Kevin Bacon) save both Parker (Annie Parisse) and Claire (Natalie Zea)? Will he catch and/or kill Joe Carroll (James Purefoy)? Is Weston (Shawn Ashmore) secretly a bad guy? EW talked to The Following‘s mastermind Kevin Williamson about tonight’s can’t-miss season finale.
The hunt for Moriarty is on.
After gaining some ground this season in his search to catch the man he believes killed his former love Irene Adler, Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) is more determined than ever to get revenge on Moriarty. And as the exclusive new promo for Elementary shows, his search is heating up.
Look for things to get even more intense in the final episodes of the season, culminating with a two-hour season finale on May 16. Watch: READ FULL STORY »
Though last night’s preview was less than impressive, The Vampire Diaries spinoff dubbed The Originals was ordered to series by the CW.
The network today also picked up a second season of Beauty and the Beast and a third year of Hart of Dixie.
On Thursday, the Diaries’ spinoff averaged 2.2 million viewers and a 0.9 among adults 18-49 — down 31 percent from The Vampire Diaries‘ average this season. But the CW gives equal attention to a show’s impact in social media and online streaming, which is why CW topper Mark Pedowitz released this statement: “As soon as we saw last night’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, we knew we wanted more of The Originals. Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson have done a fantastic job with The Vampire Diaries, which is as fast-paced and well-written as ever, and Julie has created an equally compelling world for The Originals.”
The CW says Beauty and Hart get big boosts from live-plus-7 day viewership. Hart averages a 53% increase among adults 18-34 and a 61% gain among women 18-34, while Beauty enjoys a 43% jump in adults 18-34 and a 45% bump in women 18-34.
The CW already picked up Arrow, The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural for next season. No word yet on the futures of Nikita and The Carrie Diaries, however.