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Matthew Perry is taking another swing at multi-camera comedy with CBS’ The Odd Couple adaptation, which comes after years of starring on mostly critically acclaimed, but low-rated series, including Mr. Sunshine, Go On and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
CBS has yet to cast its Supergirl, but the network gave some tantalizing details about what the network’s entry into the super-hero genre will be like.
Appearing at the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour in Pasadena on Monday, CBS entertainment chairman Nina Tassler was pressed for details about the project — which marks the network’s first entry into the genre since 1990’s short-lived version of The Flash — while critics also wondered why the network swooped in and grabbed the show rather than putting the series on its sister network, the super-hero-stuffed The CW.
First, since Supergirl is on CBS, you can definitely expect the show to be a crime procedural. Yet Tassler emphasized the show will have serialized elements as well. “There will be [crime] cases, but what [executive producers] Ali Adler and Greg Berlanti pitched was a real series arc for her,” she said. “The beauty of it is now with shows like Good Wife and Madam Secretary, you can have serialized story elements woven into a case of the week. She’s a crime solver, so she’s going to have to solve a crime. She’s going to get a bad guy.” READ FULL STORY
In case there was any doubt, Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) is The Flash‘s Reverse Flash.
“He’s the man in the yellow suit. Yes, I am Reverse Flash,” Cavanagh told reporters during The CW’s “The Heroes and Villains of Arrow and The Flash” panel at the Television Critics Association’s winter TV previews. READ FULL STORY
Jeremy Gilbert will officially say goodbye to Mystic Falls.
The Vampire Diaries executive producer Julie Plec reveals to EW that Steven R. McQueen will no longer be a series regular as of episode 14. Though Jeremy has left town before—and even died at one point—he really is leaving this time.
Though Oliver fell to his supposed death in Arrow’s midseason finale, Stephen Amell was on hand for The CW’s “The Heroes and Villains of Arrow and The Flash” panel at the Television Critics Association’s winter TV previews. Does this signal that Ollie actually survived his fall after being brutally stabbed by Ra’s al Ghul (Matt Nable)?
“[He has] fallen,” Amell tells EW. “I can give fans hope that they like the show because of the actors in it but also because of the people that are creating it. They would do well to be patient and have faith in that team.” READ FULL STORY
An inquisitive blonde solves crimes all while narrating via voiceover.
No, we’re not talking about Veronica Mars—though The CW’s somewhat similar new series iZombie does hail from Mars creator Rob Thomas. Heck, even Rose McIver’s voiceover sounds like Kristen Bell’s, but there is one very big difference: iZombie’s Liv is a zombie.
Sons of Anarchy might be over, but SAMCRO lives on.
Showrunner Kurt Sutter tweeted out the first trailer for Sons of Anarchy: The Prospect, a first-person mobile game from Orpheus Interactive and Silverback Games that’s based on the FX series. READ FULL STORY
The plot thickens when it comes to Project Castor.
During Orphan Black‘s season finale, it was uncovered that there’s a competing male Clone Club run by the military. So far, we’ve met Prolethian Mark (Ari Millen), military man Miller and the unhinged Rudy, aka Scarface. But there’s a question of how much these clones actually know about Project Castor, especially when it comes to Mark. Now, EW can reveal what many have suspected: Mark was a spy all along!
Orphan Black will have several new foes in the third season, but the scariest of the bunch may just be one of the male clones, Rudy (Ari Millen), otherwise known as Scarface.
Mad Men fans hoping to find closure from the show’s final episodes may get more than they bargained for.
“The last seven episodes, I would say each one of them feels like a finale in the show,” executive producer Matthew Weiner told reporters at the Television Critics Association’s winter TV previews, noting that there was no room for tangential story lines. “The shows became so much more concentrated on these characters. We’re really going to have to focus on our main people.”
Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellen will team together for the first time in Starz’s adaptation of Ronald Harwood’s classic play The Dresser, the network announced at the Television Critics Association’s winter TV previews.
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