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'How I Met Your Mother' goes 'Inside the Actors Studio': 'Ted' sums up his friendships -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

What does Ted Mosby really think of his friends?

The truth comes out this Thursday as the cast of CBS’ How I Met Your Mother drops by Inside the Actors Studio for a chat with James Lipton ahead of the series finale on Monday.

In the episode, airing on Bravo at 8 p.m. ET/PT, Lipton asks the actors to channel their characters for a portion of the chat and the segment yields some pretty hilarious results. Watch it below: READ FULL STORY

Why 'Archer' star H. Jon Benjamin isn't always in the 'Danger zone!'

Want to do Archer star and comedian H. Jon Benjamin a solid favor should you ever recognize him on the street? Then resist the temptation to request he say “Danger zone!” — the catchphrase with which his character Sterling Archer has become synonymous with during the five seasons-and-counting run of FX’s spy spoof.

 

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'NCIS' boss previews New Orleans spin-off, Ralph Waite tribute

Almost a year ago, NCIS executive producer Gary Glasberg was pitching storylines to star Mark Harmon when he brought up the idea that would spawn much more than the episode he was hoping to flesh out that day.

“I had learned that there was this small office in the city of New Orleans — a real NCIS office — that this sort of fantastic, larger-than-life character/agent ran for 25 years. It was just him and a couple of other people — and that was it,” Glasberg says. “And I wanted to do it as a sweeps episode, and then Mark said to me he thought there was more to it than that.” READ FULL STORY

'Teen Wolf' fave not returning for season 4

Daniel Sharman is out of Teen Wolf.

EW has confirmed that the actor, who played hottie werewolf Isaac on the supernatural teen drama, has opted not return for the show’s upcoming season 4, set to start June 23 on MTV. E! Online was the first to report.

Sharman reportedly asked to pursue other endeavors, and creator Jeff Davis told the website that his character will not be killed off, leaving a chance for him to return in the future.

The actor’s exit is the latest of several that hit the show late in its third season, which concluded Monday night. Allison (Crystal Reed), who was the girlfriend of Sharman’s character, was killed off in a penultimate episode shocker after Reed asked to depart the show, and Max Carver’s Aiden was killed in the finale.

Cast changes aren’t the only shakeups on tap for the fourth season. When previewing the action, Davis told EW that the new season will focus on having Scott (Tyler Posey) confront “very human problems.” “[Scott]‘s faced a lot of supernatural problems, but now he’s going to have some very difficult human ones,” Davis said.

Tessa Ferrer, Gaius Charles are leaving 'Grey's Anatomy'

It looks like Sandra Oh is not alone in saying goodbye to Grey’s Anatomy after season 10.

EW has confirmed that current series regulars Tessa Ferrer and Gaius Charles, who play residents Leah Murphy and Shane Ross, will not have their contracts picked up for next season. It’s unclear how their characters will leave the show, but let’s just hope they get out of Seattle in one piece, which is more than we can say for quite a few members of the last batch of interns.

Ferrer and Charles joined Grey’s Anatomy as interns last season, along with Camilla Luddington and Jerikka Hinton, before all four were made series regulars. Now, Ferrer’s Leah and Charles’ Shane are residents best known for their romantic entanglements and, most recently, Leah’s decision to file a complaint against the hospital that resulted in a non-fraternization policy.

It’s not yet known if Ferrer and Charles could return for guest appearances in the future, according to Deadline, who first reported the news.

'Nurse Jackie' season 6 sneak peek: Deceit, descent, destruction -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Jackie’s life is only going to get more complicated in season 6 of Showtime’s Nurse Jackie, according to star Edie Falco.

When we left off in season 5, Jackie fell off the sobriety wagon, and it seems her slip-up was not a one-time thing. “These pills are like hand grenades and these hand grenades throw off shrapnel,” teases EP and showrunner Clyde Phillips in the video below. “It’ll affect everybody in her life.”

For more on the descent, deceit, and destruction that awaits Jackie this year and what’s up with a few of the other players in the hospital — like Coop (Peter Facinelli) — watch the video below. READ FULL STORY

'The Good Wife' preview: 'He loved you' -- VIDEO

You better have a box of tissues ready and waiting for Sunday’s new episode of The Good Wife.

As the preview below indicates, the hour is going to be a farewell to Josh Charles’ Will Gardner, who was shockingly gunned down in court in arguably the show’s most shocking episode ever. This week’s episode seemingly starts where the last one left off – with Alicia receiving a call from Kalinda about his death — and we’ll also see a number of flashbacks as the firm and Will’s friends deal with his departure. (In one scene that you’ll see in the promo, Alicia and Diane exchange the lines “I loved him.” “I know.” “He loved you.” “…”)

Frankly, we’re not ready for this. But ready or not…

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'Supernatural': Misha Collins on his directorial debut, Crowley testing Dean, the war in heaven, more

Last week’s Supernatural ended with a “sobered up” Crowley realizing that his life was in danger. As a result, he stole the First Blade from the Winchester brothers. Pair that with the return of Abaddon this week — not to mention Dean finally realizing the effects of the Mark of Cain — and an end-of-season, danger-is-imminent feeling is slowly creeping in. For now, though, we’re trying to stay calm and take things one week at a time — which is why we talked with Misha Collins about what comes next.

Collins, who makes his directorial debut with tonight’s episode, wasn’t able to promise us a Castiel appearance — not even a cameo! He did, however, talk about the brothers’ dilemma, what Crowley is up to, and what we can expect from Cas in future episodes. Here’s what we learned:

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'Archer: Vice' R.I.P.? Creator reveals plans to 'unreboot, or whatever' next season

On the current, fifth season of FX’s animated sitcom Archer – the rebranded Archer: Vice — the members of ISIS have transformed from spies into drug dealers as they try to sell a literal (not a figurative!) metric tonne of cocaine. But creator and writer Adam Reed has good news for fans who miss the espionage-themed shenanigans of yore. “I think this next season we will sort of unreboot, or whatever — deboot,” he reveals to EW, “and get back to the basics of some spy missions.” READ FULL STORY

'Teen Wolf' season finale preview: Creator, star on last week's twist, what comes next

After last week’s shocking departure on Teen Wolf, fans were left stunned. But as the old adage says, the show must go on, and that’s exactly what everyone will attempt do in this week’s season finale. But it won’t be easy.

In fact, juggling the grief in the aftermath of Allison’s (Crystal Reed) death and extremely pressing threats from the Nogitsune will make for an action-packed season ender, according to star Tyler Posey and creator Jeff Davis.

“They’re reeling from it,” says Posey. “The episode opens up with us being interrogated about Allison’s death and Scott’s just out of his mind. He has no idea where to turn. He prides himself on being this Alpha and this caretaker and protector and he lost one of the people he cares about the most. So he’s hit pretty hard by it. So he’s dealing with that this whole episode but at the same time he’s trying to kill ‘Void Styles’…we have to take him down.”

More details on exactly how the gang will do that, how Allison’s death will affect everyone, and a brief preview of season 4 below!

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'The Tomorrow People': Luke Mitchell teases the 'lighting of the fuse for the end of the seaon', and a love ... hexagon?

Last week, The Tomorrow People‘s Stephen Jameson discovered the thing he’d suspected all along, that his father wasn’t cremated after all. But whether that means Roger can come back, and where The Founder fits into all of this is yet to be seen. So with the war between Jedekiah and The Founder coming to a head, what’s going to happen to our favorite telepaths?

We caught up with John himself, Luke Mitchell, to talk about his character’s big dilemma, what the heck The Machine is, and when we’ll be getting another jaunt.

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'The Good Wife' preview: Robert and Michelle King on Will's big decision

Will (Josh Charles) has a big decision before him in this week’s The Good Wife — an episode billed as a must-watch. (Personally, aren’t all of them?)

As you’ll recall, in last week’s episode, Nelson (Eric Bogosian) gave Will 48 hours to decide whether or not he’ll testify against Peter (Chris Noth) in the voter fraud case. And, as creator Robert and Michelle King discuss below, the issue is more than two-folds. The pair breaks down his options and talks much more about one of Good Wife‘s best seasons yet below. READ FULL STORY

USA renews 'White Collar'

USA Network has said yes to more Matt Bomer. (And who wouldn’t?)

The network announced today that it has renewed White Collar for a six-episode sixth season. The studio declined to say whether the season would be the series’s last.

Meanwhile, USA has also picked up Rush, a drama written and produced by Warm Bodies director Jonathan Levine, and Complications, a drama from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix. Both shows are slated for 10-episode runs.

Rush stars Tom Ellis as a party-loving doctor named William Rush who is a master of discretion and the go-to for hush-hush medical needs. Meanwhile, Complications is a medical drama/action series starring Jason O’Mara as a doctar whose outlook on medicine is transformed after a drive-by shooting incident requires him to make a rash decision.

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