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'Grey's Anatomy' post-mortem: Sarah Drew opens up about the what's next for April and Jackson

If the latest Grey’s Anatomy left you downright giddy, you’re not alone. Sarah Drew was just as thrilled and surprised as the rest of us after she first read the script, which had more than one big moment for April Kepner. READ FULL STORY

'Supernatural: Tribes' enlists (another!) 'Vampire Diaries' alum

The upcoming Supernatural spin-off continues to pluck talent from the vast Vampire Diaries alumni files.

The latest? Stephen Martines, who has been tapped for a series regular spot on Supernatural: Tribes and most recently played ultra-violent vamp Frederick (a.k.a.: Pearl’s tomb buddy) on TVD in seasons 1 and 3. Martines will play Det. Freddie Costa, a world-weary Chicago cop who serves as a mentor to main character Ennis (Lucien Laviscount) but is also secretly on the payroll of one of the city’s most powerful monster families.

As previously reported, the spin-off, which will air as an episode of Supernatural on April 29, will tell the story of warring Chicago-area monster families and follow a new hunter’s (Laviscount) quest to stop the fighting and rid the city of all things supernatural.

Martinez joins fellow TVD alums Nathaniel Buzolic and Sean Faris in the project.

The studio also announced today that Danielle Savre, who played one of Hayden Panettiere’s cheerleader buddies in Heroes, has been cast in the series regular role of Margo The character is said to be the head of an influential shapeshifter family.

'Vampire Diaries' EP teases Elena's return, Damon's new deadly affliction

Elena Gilbert is going to get her body back from Katherine sooner rather than later, and when she does, there is going to be some major life cleanup needed.

How much? Executive producer Caroline Dries goes into more detail in this Q&A with EW, in which she teases Thursday night’s episode and all the Mystic Falls drama to come. READ FULL STORY

'Reign': Megan Follows, Torrance Coombs talk Clarissa, Olivia's return, a Francis-Lola connection, and more

It’s just about time to return to France, and therefore, the complicated lives of our favorite royals (and not-so-royals). When we last visited Reign, Francis was no where to be found, Clarissa was outed as Catherine’s daughter, and Mary was taking a bath. Well, that was before her bath was poisoned by Queen Catherine, who was quickly reprimanded and taken to chambers as Bash rescued his beloved.

So what does the rest of the season hold for the doomed Catherine, her disfigured daughter, and the always evolving love triangle? We caught up, separately, with Megan Follows (Catherine) and Torrance Coombs (Bash) to talk about Catherine’s future, Mary’s decision, and Francis’ surprising new relationship: READ FULL STORY

Arsenio Hall renewed for second season


Arsenio Hall and his talk show will return for a second season — and Jay Leno helped him to make the announcement.

In his first TV appearance since signing off from The Tonight Show, Leno stopped by a taping of Hall’s show to help celebrate the news. Here’s a look:  READ FULL STORY

'Psych' First Look: Lassie's baby arrives! -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS

Lassie’s wife has a baby on board, and before Psych sails off into the sunset, the little bundle of joy will make his or her debut. How do we know this? We have the first pictures!

In the episode airing March 5, Lassie (Timothy Omundson) and wife Marlowe (Kristy Swanson) finally welcome their child, but, as Swanson previews, things don’t go according to plan. “It’s a very comical birth,” previews the actress. “But it’s also very touching at the same time. It’s all very emotional.” As is the impending farewell to Psych, which will conclude its run in March after eight seasons.

Swanson, who first appeared on the show back in 2011, remembers her time on the series fondly. “That was the most fun show I’ve ever done in my life,” she said. “I’m sad I wasn’t on it from the very very start. I’m so grateful to have done the last three years with them…They greeted me from the very start with big, big open arms, like family, and treated me with the highest respect. I’ve had the best of times with them and the greatest of laughs.”

See below for a bonus exclusive image from the episode: READ FULL STORY

'Originals' post-mortem: Claire Holt previews Rebekah 'on the run'

The Mikaelson family is possibly in the most fractured state it’s ever been in following Tuesday night’s episode of The Originals.

As chronicled in our recap, the secret is out about Rebekah and Marcel summoning Mikael, and Klaus is not happy about it. In fact, he and his sister had it out and it was pretty clear that one of them was going to die if someone didn’t intervene. Thankfully, that’s when Elijah showed up, stabbed Klaus, and told his sister to get the heck out of town. And according to Claire Holt, so much is easier said than done. “They’re on the run, and they have to decide what the future holds,” she tells EW of Marcel and Rebekah in the next few episodes. “They have to decide if they’re going to leave everything behind or if they’re going to come back and fight.”

The debate, she says, is more complicated than one may assume. “I think Rebekah knows that if they don’t leave, it may be the end of her. Klaus will find a way to put her in a box or ruin her life. She’s very scared. She also knows Marcel’s history with the city and how strongly he feels about it and how easy it won’t be for him to just go,” she says. “So it’s going to be very interesting.”

While Holt declined to spill the details of the pair’s ultimate decision, she teases, “We do have a scene in a car.”

Meanwhile, says Holt, the family will have to contend with being more fractured than ever as threats to their existence mount. And while Holt says the latest episode “won’t be the last time she sees Elijah,” the same can’t be said for Klaus. She doesn’t see Rebekah’s relationship with Klaus healing anytime soon. “I don’t think there’s a way they could ever [come back from this],” she says. “I mean, he’s done some pretty nasty things and she’s forgiven him, so maybe. But I can’t imagine, so… The next few episodes are definitely about [Klaus] dealing with the betrayal and how he feels about it and what he’s going to do.”

In EW’s Google+ Hangout with Holt on Tuesday, she opened up a bit more about filming the latest episode. Skip ahead to the 27-minute mark to hear some behind-the-scenes scoop about her wardrobe troubles during the flashbacks to 1919. READ FULL STORY

'The Crazy Ones' sneak peek: James Wolk and Robin Williams woo Cheryl Hines -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

On this week’s The Crazy Ones, guest star Cheryl Hines is going to turn to an unlikely duo for help planning her son’s bar mitzvah: Simon (Robin Williams) and Zach (James Wolk).

In this exclusive clip from the episode, airing Thursday night at 9:30 p.m. ET, watch as the ad agency’s attempt to woo a client (Hines) turns into a commitment to throw the celebration of a lifetime. Also, anyone else excited to see Zach is the emcee? READ FULL STORY

CW's 'Labyrinth' miniseries gets a premiere date; season finales for 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Supernatural' also set

The CW’s summer season will kick off with the premiere of the network’s four-hour miniseries Labyrinth. The miniseries, which stars John Hurt and Jessica Brown-Findlay, will air over two nights: May 22 and 23 (8-10 p.m. ET).

Announced back in January, the miniseries — an adaption of the Kate Mosse best-seller — will jump back and forth between modern and medieval France to show the lives of two women who, despite being separated by centuries, are united in their search for the Holy Grail. Sebastian Stan, Tom Felton, and Vanessa Kirby also star.

CW also announced the season-finale dates for its existing series Supernatural, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, and The Originals, all of which recently scored early renewals. Those dates are listed below: READ FULL STORY

'Arrow': Robert Knepper previews The Clock King; Plus, Colton Haynes teases a big blow-up, and Roy and Thea going to the dark side?

When we left Starling City, Sara was back and currently in the shirtless arms of ex-lover Oliver Queen. But with Roy still experiencing his rage issues, the Suicide Squad waiting in the wings, and the dark cloud that is the League of Assassins always hanging over everyone’s heads, what’s next for Team Arrow? What would you say to another villain?

Yep, this week will feature the introduction of The Clock King, played by Robert Knepper, who somehow hacks Felicity’s system and therefore becomes our favorite blonde’s first true nemesis. And as for the Roy rage? It could easily take Roy (and Thea!) down a very dark path. We caught up, separately, with Knepper and Haynes to preview what’s coming for their characters:


'Glee': Watch Santana do an epic 'Don't Rain on My Parade' -- VIDEO

Tuesday marks the return of Glee after their winter hiatus and a new night (Tuesday) and time (8 p.m. ET) for the Fox musical hit. The new episode, fittingly titled “Frenemies,” finds Santana (Naya Rivera) playing understudy to Rachel (Lea Michele) in the Broadway revival of Funny Girl. Naturally, this does not bring them closer. Watch Santana nail “Don’t Rain on My Parade” (which Rachel previously performed at Sectionals in season 1) in the clip below! READ FULL STORY

'Friends With Better Lives' key art: James Van Der Beek and Co. ready for post-'HIMYM' debut

After the series finale of How I Met Your Mother, CBS viewers will be introduced to a new group of friends.

On Friends With Better Lives, debuting March 31 following the hour-long HIMYM sendoff, we meet six friends at different stages in their lives — married, not, etc. — who internally question who has it better. James Van Der Beek, Kevin Connolly, and Brooklyn Decker are among the stars, and above we have an exclusive look at the key art for the show. (Fun, approachable…)

Following the aforementioned special preview, Friends With Better Lives resumes its regular time slot April 7 at 8:30 p.m. ET on CBS.

Hallmark Channel picks up 'The Good Witch' TV series

If there’s one trend that can’t be stopped, it’s witches. And now, one very beloved witch is taking over the Hallmark Channel… again.

After the success of The Good Witch movies, Hallmark Channel has made a deal with ITV Studios America for an original scripted TV series by the same name. The series will star Catherine Bell, who will make her return as Cassie Nightingale, and will run for 10 episodes. If that’s not enough magic for you, fans also have the seventh film to look forward to, The Good Witch’s Wonder, which will premiere on Hallmark Channel October 25.

The Good Witch television series is expected to premiere in 2015.

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