Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Sons of Anarchy, “John 8:32,” stop now. (Read our full recap.) Creator Kurt Sutter talked with EW about the big reveals and crazy twists — and teased what’s next. READ FULL STORY
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Three reasons next Monday’s How I Met Your Mother promises to be a goodie: We see the bar again (!!), Barney shows off a hidden talent for dolphin talk, and, last but certainly not least, Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston is BACK as Hammond Druthers. And he’s seemingly badder than ever.
As you’ll recall, it’s been awhile since we’ve seen Ted’s former (very angry) boss. In fact, the last time we saw him in something other than a flashback was season 2′s “Columns.” So what brings him back? We welcome your theories. Meanwhile, check out the exclusive promo below for the episode below:
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In 1976, there was Alex Haley’s novel Roots: The Saga of an American Family. In 1977, there was Roots, the popular miniseries starring Olivia Cole, Ben Vereen, and LeVar Burton, among others. And now, EW has confirmed that the History Channel is remaking Roots into a brand-new eight-hour miniseries.
Mark Wolper, son of Roots original executive producer David L. Wolper, will executive produce the remake, which is said to offer a contemporary take on both the book and the original miniseries.
Next year, The Following will stop being polite — and start getting real.
EW has learned that Real World: London cast member turned actress Jacinda Barrett has booked a recurring guest role on season 2 of Fox’s serial killer drama. Barrett will play Julia, ”a very disarming and alluring woman whose mysterious intentions send several main characters in a frightening new direction.” She was last seen on the small screen in ABC’s convoluted, quickly-canceled thriller Zero Hour.
The Following returns to Fox Monday, Jan. 20 at 9 p.m. ET.
Earlier today, the official nominees for all 58 categories of the 2014 People’s Choice Awards were announced. And just like that, the race is on.
But aside from voting, which is now open and will end at 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 5, the People’s Choice Awards also announced that this year’s show will be hosted by the stars of 2 Broke Girls, Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings. And to catch the not-so-broke stars in action, you can tune in Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 9 p.m. on CBS.
Gus (Dulé Hill) and Shawn (James Roday) are celebrating Psych: The Musical with a fist bump in this exclusive Playbill-esque poster for the upcoming melodious event that will find the duo diving into a world of mystery and music.
Fans have been waiting a very long time for the musical (it was announced back in July 2012!) but the premiere date is finally upon us. But what can everyone expect when Dec. 15 rolls around? Per a description, Shawn and Gus are must track down playwright and mad man, played by guest star Anthony Rapp, but in order to do so, they need to get help from a dangerous villain from Shawn’s past.
The two-hour song-fest airs starting at 9 p.m. ET on USA.
Emily Wickersham is joining NCIS full-time.
The actress, who was cast in the role of NSA analyst Eleanor “Ellie” Bishop back in September, has been promoted to a series regular, CBS announced today. Wickersham, who has also appeared on the Sopranos, was originally slated for three episodes but according to producers, her work with the team has proved a success.
“Emily Wickersham’s Ellie Bishop is proving to perfectly compliment the NCIS team,” said executive producer Gary Glasberg in a statement. ”Her energy and enthusiasm is contagious. Great things are planned for Bishop and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have her on-board.” READ FULL STORY
'Castle' sneak peek: Castle wants wedding to Beckett to take place...on the moon? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
It will be an affair to remember. And if Castle has anything to say about it, it’s going to be an affair in zero gravity as well.
In this adorable exclusive sneak peek from tonight’s new episode of Castle, the author and Beckett are talking about a pretty important wedding detail — the location! But the problem, they soon realize, is that their visions slightly differ — he wants a moon wedding and she doesn’t. (Honestly, we’re hoping that the Castle production budget is large enough to accommodate Castle’s request…but not holding our breath.)
Meanwhile, Castle is also still worried about his relationship with Alexis being on the outs. Luckily, as EP Andrew Marlowe teased on Friday, this episode is going to dig into that conflict some more and hopefully see some resolution.
Watch the video below!
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Stan Lee is about to get way more than a small cameo in his own project. The comic book great will not only create but star in a trilogy of animated movies for The Hub Network that will feature his cartoon likeness aiding and instructing a bunch of alien superheroes.
Unveiled Saturday at Lee’s Comikaze Convention in Los Angeles, SLAM 7 — short for Stan Lee and the Mighty Seven — will also star actors Armie Hammer (The Social Network), Christian Slater (My Own Worst Enemy), Teri Hatcher (Desperate Housewives), Mayim Bailik (The Big Bang Theory), Darren Criss (Glee), Sean Astin (The Hobbit) and Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers as a group of superheroes from outer space. The story begins with Lee desperately looking for a new comic book idea to create when he happens upon the spaceship’s arrival in the desert.
“Here I am, the world’s only witness to a spaceship that crashed,” Lee told EW exclusively. “As I get closer to it, timidly I might add, I see people getting out of it. They survived the crash. And there are seven aliens. They look kind of human, but each one has a specific super power. What happens is that I ask them if they would let me write about them. If they would work with me, I would make them superheroes here on Earth and I want exclusive rights to their story. I’ll write all the things that they do. And they say okay. And I run back to John Goldwater and I’m so happy. But what I didn’t realize is a government agency also saw them land and they’re out to get them because they want to capture them and get all those powers for themselves. And the head of this agency is one of our villains. And then there’s another major villain who goes after them.
“So, I end up being part of a group of seven superheroes who have crash landed on Earth from the planet something or other,” Lee continued. “And they will become Earth’s mightiest seven superheroes that I write about and none of the readers will know they’re real. I’m not making up the stories. I’m just following these guys around and writing what happens. So, it’s never been done before. I’m very proud of this. It’s starting out as some comic books. It will turn into three movies on The Hub Network. And once those three animated movies have appeared, obviously all of Hollywood will be bidding for it to do live action versions and away we go!”
Jim Belushi (According to Jim) will round out the cast as the leader of a covert military group.
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'Nikita' First Look: Maggie Q talks Nikita's reason for returning, Michael's reaction, and flashbacks -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
At the end of season 3, Nikita left behind her team (not to mention her engagement ring) to go on the run. She had been framed for the assassination of the president, and she realized that the best way to protect those she loved most from Amanda was to get out of Dodge. The good news is that Nikita’s absence from the U.S. won’t last long. We have an exclusive video that shows Nikita’s determination to get back to her team.
But first, why is she so ready to come back after three months on the run? We talked with Maggie Q about Nikita’s decision to return, her first run-in with Michael, and what we can expect from the series’ final six episodes:
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Castle (Nathan Fillion) and daughter Alexis (Molly Quinn) are on the outs on ABC’s Castle, but things won’t stay sour for long for this beloved father-daughter duo, according to executive producer and creator Andrew Marlowe.
In fact, Monday’s episode will delve deep into the issues they’re facing in light of his engagement and tackle head-on how his upcoming union with Beckett will affect their small family unit.
Marlowe teases that and SO much more (like a baby…) in the following Q&A. READ FULL STORY
Get ready to welcome back the Cul-de-Sac Crew: EW has learned exclusively that Cougar Town‘s upcoming fifth season finally has a premiere date!
So when should we uncork the wine? That would be Jan. 7 at 10 p.m. ET on TBS. Actually, you can probably uncork that wine now to celebrate. The gang would approve, as you’ll see in the exclusive promo below:
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'American Horror Story': Ryan Murphy on the latest 'Coven' and 'the most shocking thing we've ever done' -- EXCLUSIVE
[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED THE LATEST EPISODE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN!!!]
American Horror Story always pulls out the stops for its Halloween-themed episodes and the most recent Coven was no exception. Human dolls. Voodoo zombies. Leslie Jordan as a man-witch. It was possibly AHS: Coven‘s most surprising (and funny) episode to date. EW broke it down with co-creator Ryan Murphy in our exclusive chat.
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