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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:

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'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.

'Revenge' First Look: Olivier Martinez gets close to Victoria...and Emily?

Somehow it doesn’t surprise us that Victoria is looking cozy with media mogul Pascal LeMarchal (guest star Olivier Martinez) in this Revenge First Look, but what’s he doing with Emily on his other arm?

Explanations will be given soon enough as Revenge returns with new episodes March 9. And it is in this upcoming string of fresh episodes that we will first meet Martinez’s character, who is the father of Karine Vanasse’s Margaux and is said to have a romantic history with Victoria. Judging by these exclusive photos from the March 23 hour, however, perhaps their attraction isn’t necessarily a thing of the past. READ FULL STORY

'NCIS' season finale to address Ralph Waite's death

NCIS has plans to address the passing of TV legend and recurring cast member Ralph Waite, who died earlier this month at 85.

CBS confirmed Monday that executive producer Gary Glasberg and the writers will honor the memory of Waite — and his character Jackson Gibbs — in this year’s season finale, airing in May.

Waite, best known for his role as John Walton on The Waltons, passed away Feb. 13.

A guest appearance on NCIS in November was among the last TV appearances he made. He had recurred on the show since 2008, playing the father of Mark Harmon’s Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Shortly after Waite’s passing, the cast and crew released a joint statement calling Waite “a tremendous talent and a very special man.”

'Star-Crossed': Malese Jow talks Julia's 'side effects', an upcoming love interest, and more

Last week, viewers were introduced to the alien-invaded world of The CW’s Star-Crossed. There, we met protagonist Emery, a high schooler who had spent most of her life in the hospital thanks to an immune deficiency. And on the day she was finally allowed to return to normal life, so were seven Atrians, the alien species that the government had previously kept segregated from the rest of the world. But when Emery and her best friend, the still-sick Julia, invaded The Sector in hopes of finding the Atrians’ secret healing plant, things got interesting.

By episode’s end, Emery had started a flirtation with Atrian Roman, who then used the healing plant, called Cyper, to help Julia. So what now? For starters: Fewer hospitals. For the rest, we caught up with Malese Jow (who plays Julia) to talk about what the season holds for Emery’s best friend, and more:

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'Grey's Anatomy' sneak peek: Meredith and Derek spar, Cristina teases wedding chaos

This sneak peek of Thursday’s new episode of Grey’s Anatomy is a hair over a minute long, but it left us with so many questions!

First, how long are Meredith and Derek going to be fighting? On one hand, Meredith has a right to be angry, as she is in this clip. A promise is a promise, and in this case, her husband had agreed to take a step back from work to help with the children. On the other hand, the man got a call from the president of the United States! (Um, probably not this one.) I’m guessing this could be a long debate, folks.

Second, in the midst of Meredith and Derek’s martial spat, Cristina walks in and announces with joy that the drama at the wedding has left her giddy. (“I’m not just a friend, I’m a fan,” Cristina says, referring to April.) As you recall, the last new episode left off right after Jackson declared his love for April. Does this mean April turned Jackson down? Or not? Cristina, elaborate!

Help us pick this apart more by checking out the exclusive clip below: READ FULL STORY

'Dallas': Josh Henderson and EP Cynthia Cidre preview a wild season 3

“I’m pretty much the go-to guy when it comes to sex stuff,” Josh Henderson says with a laugh. And suddenly, we’re happy Dallas is back!

When Season 3 kicks of Feb. 24 (9 p.m. ET on TNT), we quickly learn why Henderson’s John Ross is cheating on new wife Pamela (Julie Gonzalo) with Emma (Emma Bell), who you’ll recall also lives at Southfork. “He only knows how to do business one way, and that’s how JR taught him. It’s like history repeating itself,” Henderson says. “He basically justifies things: ‘I’m doin’ this for us.’ But what Pamela doesn’t know is what this is. He doesn’t want her to find out, obviously. But at the end of the day, stuff’s gonna come crashing down, and I think it’s gonna surprise the audience what ends up happening. It’s pretty dangerous.”

While Henderson jokes that the show is “gettin’ a little weird this season, in a good way,” executive producer Cynthia Cidre looks at it as turning things up to 11. “We decided, let’s just embrace the fun of it,” she says. “There’s definitely a lot more sex. We have a few fistfights, but no one’s landed in the pool yet.” (We also have one pregnancy and two shootings to look forward to.) READ FULL STORY

'Young and the Restless' casts Seahawks fullback

A trip to Disneyland after a big win has apparently been usurped by a guest-starring role on a daytime sudser.

After Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson revealed on NFL Total Access that his guilty pleasure is watching The Young and the Restless, the CBS drama booked the Super Bowl champ for a guest spot.

Robinson will now make his acting debut on March 13. He was written into an episode that will have him appearing alongside Eric Braeden (Victor Newman).

“It was an amazing experience! I’ve been a fan for years, and it was great to meet the personalities on the show,” Robinson said in a statement. “I’ve always thought Y&R was the best show on daytime television because their storylines are always entertaining and intriguing. They welcomed me with open arms, and I felt like a part of the Y&R family.”

 

Rebel Wilson teases 'Super Fun Night' finale, reveals deleted scene that was too crazy for TV

On the season finale of Super Fun Night, Rebel Wilson’s Kimmie has a super-big decision to make about her love life.

Her choices in this debate of the heart: James (Nate Torrence), the sweet and goofy boyfriend, and Richard (Kevin Bishop), Kimmie’s co-worker whose growing affections bubbled to the surface last week and culminated with a big smooch. In the finale, “She kind of manages to scramble and decide which one she’s going to go after,” teases Wilson.

It’s a classic story of torn affection, but oddly, what Wilson is most proud of in the show’s 17-episode run is that there has been, as she sees it, very little classic about it. “It has a unique tone to it compared to other comedies,” she says. But the actress/writer/EP admits that finding the right balance between her signature raunchy humor, dramatic elements, and broad comedy wasn’t easy. “This is my first foray into American television, and I guess what I didn’t realize is…[the list of] what you can’t say is huge,” she says. “There was always at least five minutes cut from every episode of what I thought was super hilarious stuff, but what they deemed inappropriate for family television, whether it was the words I was using or the intention.”

Last week’s Wilson-penned episode, for example, originally contained a flashback scene to a previous year in which Wilson’s character ate a whole pizza on Valentine’s Day because she was depressed and ended up getting an “attack of irritable bowel syndrome.” “[The character] was wearing a beret at the time and I had to go into this alleyway and sh– into the beret,” she says. It got cut. READ FULL STORY

'House of Cards': Kate Mara talks The Thing That Happened to Zoe

The second season of House of Cards begins with a shocking development for ambitious journalist Zoe Barnes (Kate Mara) — or, at least, one that’s shocking for anyone who isn’t familiar with the original British version of House of Cards. (If you haven’t watched yet, you might want to stop reading… now.) READ FULL STORY

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