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'Arrow' sneak peek: Felicity makes an emotional plea to Oliver -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

The following clip is rated “O” — for Olicity.

In this exclusive sneak peek from Wednesday’s Arrow, everyone’s favorite computer maven (Emily Bett Rickards) makes an plea so full of heart and passion and concern that it’s likely to make you well up. READ FULL STORY

'The Following' post-mortem: EP on who's REALLY dead, that cliffhanger, and what you WON'T see in season 3

The Following closed out its second season Monday night with a finale that closed some chapters, left several people dead, and had an ending that, executive producer Marcos Siega says, was always meant to be a taste of something different.

In the conversation below, Siega opens up about said finale, telling us who’s really dead, what we’ll see more of next season, why they filmed two endings, and why fans’ reaction to the ending surprised him and creator Kevin Williamson. READ FULL STORY

'CSI' spin-off: Patricia Arquette leads Cyber Crime Division -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

Behold, a look at the potential next member of the CSI franchise family.

The exclusive photo above is a look at Patricia Arquette as Avery Ryan, a special agent in charge of the FBI’s Cyber Crime Division, the office at the center of the upcoming CSI spin-off. READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' finale First Look: Nyssa returns! -- PHOTO

Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) is coming back to Starling City…and she’s bringing some friends!

At the end of the most recent episode of Arrow, fans were left wondering exactly what Sarah (Caity Lotz) meant when she said she was leaving town to go see “an old friend.” Now the mystery has been officially solved: “She went to go get help,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg says. “Because when you’re fighting an army, you need an army.”

The finale, titled “Unbreakable,” is an all-out war, says Kreisberg. “It’s the Arrow, Canary and Roy and the League of Assassins versus Slade and his Mirakuru army for the city.”

The comic book drama’s closer — which Kreisberg also calls “f—ing insane” — airs May 14.

'Scandal': Columbus Short not returning for season 4

Olivia Pope and Associates will be one Gladiator lighter when the show returns in the fall.

EW has learned that Columbus Short, whose character Harrison has been on the show since season 1, will not be returning for Scandal‘s fourth season.

Short released this statement via a publicist:

“At this time I must confirm my exit from a show I’ve called home for 3 years, with what is the most talented ensemble on television today. I would like to first thank [creator] Shonda Rhimes for the opportunity to work with such an amazing cast. Thank you GLADIATORS, who have supported me throughout my entire career and of course to ABC and Shondaland for allowing me to play such a pivotal role in the Scandal series. I have enjoyed every single minute of it. Everything must come to an end and unfortunately the time has come for Harrison Wright to exit the canvas. I wish nothing but the best for Shonda, Kerry and the rest of the cast, who have become like a second family to me in such a short amount of time. For this, I will forever be grateful.”

In the season 3 finale, which aired last week to record ratings, Harrison’s future was left unknown, as reinstated B613 head Rowan (Joe Morton) and his Secret Service henchman held him at gunpoint in the final minutes.

Short, who has been dealing with a slew of personal matters in recent months, is not the first regular cast member to make a between-seasons exit from the show, which stars Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn. Lost alum Henry Ian Cusick, who played associate/Abby’s love interest Stephen Finch, left the show at the end of season 1 to pursue other endeavors and was subsequently written out in exposition at the start of the following season.

Scandal returns in the fall on ABC.

Neil Patrick Harris liked the ending of 'How I Met Your Mother' -- VIDEO

Note to those who loved the series finale of How I Met Your Mother: Neil Patrick Harris is in your corner!

In an interview with David Letterman on The Late Show, airing tonight, the actor told the host that even though there was a fan outcry over the series finale — which ended with Ted (Josh Radnor) getting back together with Robin (Cobie Smulders) after the death of the titular Mother (Cristin Milioti) — he was “a big fan” of it.

“It wasn’t necessarily the happy ending that people were expecting,” said Harris, who’s currently starring in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway. “But Carter [Bays] and Craig [Thomas], who were once writers on your show and the executive producers and creators, knew this ending years ago and had played towards that. And I was a big proponent of it and a big fan of it.” READ FULL STORY

'Arrow': What you didn't know about [spoiler]'s death

Even after the Arrow writers made the tough choice to [Spoiler Alert times a billion] kill off Queen family matriarch Moira Queen (Susanna Thompson) in the episode that aired Wednesday night, there was still one more detail to hash out: How would Slade Wilson end Mama Queen’s life?

They knew the scenario — Slade (Manu Bennett) was going to eerily re-stage the tragic death of his beloved Shadow and, in a full circle moment, force Oliver (Stephen Amell) to pick his mother or his sister. (Ultimately, Moira would take that decision out of her son’s hands.) But the actual act of killing came down to one question: sword or a gun? And that decision came with more discussion than you might imagine. READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' post mortem: Boss opens up about the shocking [spoiler]!

WARNING: This post contains major Arrow spoilers.

Shocked? Stunned? Heartbroken? Join the club.

The 20th episode of Arrow‘s second season dealt a huge personal blow to the hooded hero — one that’s going to affect him and those around him forever. I guess what we’re saying is… READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' EP on Roy's big episode, how Summer Glau became Ravager

Roy Harper is going to find himself spinning out of control in a way we have never seen on Arrow.

It’s been a long time coming, though. In the last few episodes, the Mirakuru’d lone wolf has put considerable effort into keeping himself in check as the anger-stirring serum courses through his veins. Wednesday night’s episode marks a major milestone in Roy’s evolution into Rage Roy, a path that has been anything but easy to craft, Arrow executive producer Andrew Kreisberg says. “That’s probably been one of the hardest things in the writers room to manage — what happens to you when you’re Mirakuru’d,” he told EW. “Some people in the writers room have tried to be, ‘Well, if it’s been two months, you’re at this level. And if it’s been three months, you’re at this level. And what’s Slade at when you’re at five years?’ We’ve tended to err on what was right for the episode.”

“At the end of the day,” he jokes, “they’ve [all] been injected with Sci-Fi, magic super evil juice.” Isabel (Summer Glau) among them. But that wasn’t always the plan, Kreisberg reveals. READ FULL STORY

'Glee': Is Sue moving in with Kurt and Rachel? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Tonight’s Glee is a major one for Lea Michele’s Rachel — it’s her opening night on Broadway in Funny Girl. But a visiting Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) may ruin it all when she arrives in NYC and refuses to share a bed with Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) in their hotel. Could Sue be Rachel and Kurt’s new roommate in the loft? Watch below. READ FULL STORY

'The Originals': Leah Pipes talks Cami's (sort of) love triangle, more fire stunts, and 'our darkest episode yet'

Being a human in New Orleans isn’t something most people would see as a problem. But in the world of The Originals, it’s a major disadvantage, especially if your uncle has a hex that’s literally driving him mad and you’ve got some sort of weird almost love triangle happening with a vampire and a hybrid. Welcome to Cami’s world.

Last week, we watched Cami beg for Genevieve to help Kieran only to have Klaus ruin it all. And let’s not forget that bit where Klaus found out about Cami and Marcel’s night together. So where do we go from here? Is this thing with Marcel and Klaus a real love triangle? Is there hope for Kieran?

We caught up with Leah Pipes to talk about all of those things, as well as a few O’Connell family secrets, her favorite scene that never aired, and more. Here’s what we learned:

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Netflix to increase prices

Haven’t signed up for Nextflix yet? You might want to get on that sooner rather than later if you ever plan on becoming One of Us.

The streaming service announced Monday plans to hike up the price of new memberships by one or two dollars, depending on your country — a measure set to take effect “later this quarter,” according to a letter to investors. Existing members would be allowed to stay at their current pricing — $7.99 for those in the U.S. — for “a generous time period” before eventually paying the new higher price.

“These changes will enable us to acquire more content and deliver an even better streaming experience,” the letter from CEO Reed Hastings and CFO David Wells said.

Elsewhere in the note, the company touted its “big hit” House of Cards but declined to provide specific streaming numbers, per usual, saying only it “attracted a huge audience that would make any cable or broadcast network happy.”

Netflix added 4 million subscribers in the first quarter of the year, bringing its total subscribers to 48 million worldwide.

'Castle' sneak peek: Lanie heats it up in '70s-themed episode -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

EW had your first look at Castle’s ’70s themed episode last week, but wouldn’t you rather see a clip?

In this exclusive sneak peek, Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) have to play along when their sole witness in a case is seemingly trapped in a ’70s frame of mind — and even Lanie (Tamala Jones) gets into the action.  READ FULL STORY

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