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'Reign': Toby Regbo on the love triangle, Lola's baby, and how King Henry reminds him of George Bush

Being a prince has its benefits, what with all the money, the whole living-in-a-castle thing, and the fact that everyone pretty much does whatever they’re told. But it also comes with a lot of responsibility, particularly when there’s a war brewing and your father, the king, has quite literally lost his mind. Welcome to Francis’ world.

In tonight’s Reign, Francis is returning from battle a victor, but what he’s greeted with isn’t exactly a welcome home party. “When he returns, King Henry’s still mental,” Toby Regbo said. “There’s a couple of public things that he does. Beforehand, what King Henry had done had been hidden behind closed doors, it had been shielded from the public eye, and now he does a couple of things that are so crazy that it starts to make Francis wonder what the best course of action is.” READ FULL STORY

Starz announces 'Outlander' debut

Outlander fans, your wait is almost over. Starz announced today that the series adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s international best-selling books will debut Saturday, August 9

Starz will air 16 episodes of the series that’s currently shooting on location in Scotland. The Outlander series follows Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe) as she navigates the hidden dangers of 18th century Scotland. When she is forced to marry Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan), a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire’s heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

The cast also includes Tobias Menzies as Frank Randall, Graham McTavish (Dougal MacKenzie), Gary Lewis (Colum MacKenzie), Lotte Verbeek (Geillis Duncan) and Duncan Lacroix (Murtagh FitzGibbons Fraser).

 

USA Network developing projects from 'Lost' creator Carlton Cuse, Jessica Biel

The USA Network is on the search for its next hit, with the announcement today of it’s 2014-15 development slate.

An alien drama from Lost creator Carlton Cuse, a comedy from Amy Poehler, and a single-cam comedy about a ski resort from Jessica Biel’s Iron Ocean Films are among the development projects touted by the network, who released descriptions for more than a dozen in-the-works possible series. READ FULL STORY

'The Mindy Project' actor/writer Ike Barinholtz teases 'finaltastic' season ender -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

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As season finale season kicks into high gear, EW reached out to your favorite shows for some unconventional teases. Check out another installment of our Season Finale Survey below:

Show name/My name, title: The Mindy Project, Ike Barinholtz, actor/writer READ FULL STORY

'Bates Motel' finale postmortem: EP on what's next for Dylan, that kiss, and the emergence of a 'dark part' of Norman

The season 2 finale of Bates Motel gave viewers a lot to think about: Is the Norman we knew gone for good? Will Dylan take over the drug trade? And what was up with that kiss?!

We caught up with Executive Producer Kerry Ehrin to dissect the finale — kiss included! — and what that ending means for Norman Bates’ journey. Check out our chat below: READ FULL STORY

'Tomorrow People' boss teases 'countless' deaths in EW Season Finale Survey

As season finale season kicks into high gear, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY reached out to some of your favorite shows for some unconventional teases. Check out the first installment of our Season Finale Survey below: READ FULL STORY

Four 'Grey's Anatomy' actors score new, two-year deals

Four Grey’s Anatomy faves have inked new contracts that would ensure their return to the series through season 12, EW confirms.

Sara Ramirez, Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson, and James Pickens Jr.’s new two-year deals come as series regular Sandra Oh prepares to exit the medical drama at the end of the current season. Official word of the show’s 11th season renewal is expected in the coming weeks. READ FULL STORY

'Castle': New lead may help Beckett take down Sen. Bracken...or get her killed -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

This is going to be good.

Monday’s episode of Castle, “Veritas,” will find our crime-fighting duo once again searching for a way to take down super villain? Sen. Bracken (Jack Coleman) after a man who Beckett (Stana Katic) had been surveilling is killed and she becomes a suspect in his murder.

In this exclusive clip from the episode, Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett learn that all hope for exposing Bracken’s dirty dealings is not lost, but in the process, get a warning they may want to heed. READ FULL STORY

'Girl Meets World' premiere date announced

Girl Meets World is soon going to meet…well, the world!

Disney Channel has announced that Cory (Ben Savage), Topanga (Danielle Fishel), and their brood will finnnnnalllly make their debut June 27 at 9:45 p.m. ET, after more than a year of anticipation.

Those who can’t wait — and have verified access to the WATCH Disney Channel streaming platform — will be able to watch the premiere episodes starting May 21. And the network is also having a BMW marathon June 15. READ FULL STORY

'The Vampire Diaries': Michael Malarkey on Enzo sticking around, the return of a few familiar faces, more death

The Vampire Diaries and death are sort of like two peas in a pod. But last week, viewers witnessed a death unlike any they’d seen before when Damon’s longtime pal, Enzo, decided to essentially frame Stefan for his suicide, if only to ruin the Salvatore brothers’ relationship. But with the other side crumbling, Enzo isn’t exactly gone from Mystic Falls.

For now, Enzo will be sticking around as a very pissed off ghostly presence, ready to enact his revenge on Stefan, Damon, and pretty much everyone. “I kind of view Enzo as a little bit of an anarchist,” Michael Malarkey said. “He doesn’t give a s— about all the stuff that a lot of the other characters care about, so he’s really quick to dismiss things or say, ‘That’s a bunch of crap’ or ‘All this girlfriend bulls— is pointless, let’s focus on real stuff here.’ So, I think there’s an element of him which is mad at the world and doesn’t care, but there’s also [a] very specific reason for him to be upset with, in particular Damon and Stefan.” READ FULL STORY

'Grey's Anatomy': Inside Burke's return -- EXCLUSIVE

The day that Preston Burke (Isaiah Washington) packed up his lucky scrub cap, his trumpet, and that picture of his grandmother that sat beside the bed he shared with his then-wife-to-be Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh), is frozen in time for Grey’s Anatomy fans. The image of Cristina being cut out of her wedding dress by her best friend as she hyperventilated still — even seven years later — stirs feelings of rage and anger and sadness on behalf of the character whose heart was broken so brutally. So as fans await Burke’s return to the long-running medical drama — his first in-person appearance since the actor’s headline-grabbing exit in 2007 — creator Shonda Rhimes understands the anxiety. “I’ve had some people say, ‘I want them to get back together,’ I’ve had some people say, ‘They can’t possibly get back together,’ and I always tell people they need to remember that we’re talking about Cristina Yang here,” she says. “It’s not gonna be about whatever you expect it to be about.”

For Oh, whose impending exit from the show will start to come together on-screen in a major way during tonight’s episode, the weight of her character’s time apart from Burke — and her time apart from her one-time acting partner, for that matter — was something that charged their scenes together. “It was very energized — as it would be with the person you were about to marry. ‘I used to look into your face all the time — and now where I am looking into your face!’” she says, speaking to EW for a profile that appears in the issue on stands tomorrow. “There was a lot of things to play. And I hope it translates well.” READ FULL STORY

'Once Upon a Time': The baby is coming...and so is the Wicked Witch -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

“You don’t want to see this. It won’t be pretty.”

Oh, but Regina, I promise you, WE really do want to see it. And who could blame us? By the looks of this exclusive sneak peek from this week’s Once Upon a Time, it’s about to go down between Regina and The Wicked Witch as she fights to stop the baddie from stealing the royal baby during a hospital siege.

It’s about to get ugly…and we can’t wait. Watch more from the episode, “Kansas,” below:  READ FULL STORY

'Arrow': Paul Blackthorne on the Lance family's new crusade; plus, a game of 'Laurel or Sara'

Our favorite Starling City residents are reeling in tonight’s episode of Arrow.

Following the death of Moira in the last new episode, Team Arrow is down for the count in a major way and, according to Paul Blackthorne, experiencing, “a little bit of a shock to the system.” “Lance and Moira obviously weren’t bosom buddies, but there was some respect and their relationship was warming up in recent months,” says the actor. “And, obviously, the effect it has on this daughter — particularly Laurel — is huge for Lance. It’s a sad moment.”

But even in the group’s grief, there’s a major threat to be dealt with, as Slade Wilson is on the run. And while Oliver certainly has his sights set on his nemesis, Det. Lance is on a slightly different — but, unbeknownst to him, related — trail. “Laurel approaches Lance with this news that she thinks Sebastian Blood is involved with it, and sort of painting him as a bad guy — just as she did a few months ago when she was all doo-daddley on the drugs and the drink,” he says. “So for Lance to sort of have faith in her again is a bit of a leap for him, but considering where they’re both at right now between the two of them, she’s in a much cleaner purer, better state than before, he can just sense there’s something going on here and she’s on to it.” READ FULL STORY

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