Haven’t the characters of Once Upon a Time learned that all magic comes at a price?
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You don’t have to wait until tonight to watch AMC’s The Walking Dead season 5 premiere. You can see the first four minutes right here and right now in the video player below. Watch on…if you dare. Then check back on EW.com tonight after the episode for all kinds of coverage. READ FULL STORY
As Please Like Me heads into its second season finale, Josh (Josh Thomas) finds himself caught between two romantic prospects.
A few weeks back, Josh fell into a courtship with his clinically anxious new friend Arnold (Keegan Joyce) literally hours after his roommate/nearly requited love Patrick (Charles Cottier) kicked him out of bed. But after a disastrous first date with Arnold, Patrick suddenly returns to complicate Josh’s life once again.
Though Thomas didn’t address whether Patrick could make Josh forget how much he hurt him, he did he tell EW that “the big question [in terms of Arnold] is whether it’s a good idea for Josh to be dating somebody who’s mentally unwell. Does Josh have the tools to do that?”
In an exclusive clip, several elements of Josh’s weird, wonderful world come together as he drops a little “therapy” on Arnold, only to be distracted by Patrick’s decision to take a late-night skinnydip. “I’m always trying to get bums in,” laughs Thomas, “but most actors don’t want to do it.” Apparently Cottier had no objections….
In the wake of their cruise ship breakup during the season 3 finale, it’s been inevitable that Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick (Jake Johnson) would eventually find love—or at least lust—back on land, and the latest episode shows our New Girl closer to bagging a new man than ever before.
After Jess’ pitiful attempt at a wedding hookup and Nick’s not-so-smooth flirting over sponge hatred (sex doesn’t count if we didn’t see it, show!), Jess finds an incredibly handsome new prospect played by The Hunger Games: Catching Fire star Alan Ritchson. But, as an episode called “Micro” suggests, there’s just one small thing he can’t Gloss over…
Find out below why Jess gets shy around this new guy, and how Nick reacts to his ex on the prowl. READ FULL STORY
Scandal is never ordinary. Case in point, when Olivia (Kerry Washington) invites Jake (Scott Foley) to have dinner with Rowan (Joe Morton), this isn’t a case of a woman introducing her boyfriend to her dad. No, it’s much more complicated than that. In this case, the president’s former mistress asks her lover to have dinner with the man that previously threw him in a hole and tortured him. Say it with me: Awkward.
How will Jake respond to Olivia’s request? Better yet, how will his reunion with fellow B613 alum Charlie (George Newbern) go? Hint: It quickly turns violent. Check out an exclusive sneak peek at this week’s episode:
Sure, original series like House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black get all the digital ink, but Netflix’s strongest original programming lies in the incredible string of stand-up specials the service has premiered. Like HBO or Comedy Central before them, Netflix has become an outlet for long-form comedy for both established names (Aziz Ansari, Chelsea Handler, Marc Maron) and up-and-comers (Moshe Kasher, Jim Jeffries).
Add comic and compulsive podcaster Doug Benson to that list of talent. His new special, Doug Dynasty, will be premiering on Netflix on Nov. 6. If you know Benson, it’s either because you listen to one of his many EW-approved podcasts (including Doug Loves Movies and Getting Doug With High) or because you loved his fantastically funny film Super High Me. (He has also made a habit out of being one of the dominant panelists on @midnight.) READ FULL STORY
She looks badass swinging her katana this way and that on The Walking Dead. No doubt about it: Michonne is one woman you don’t want to mess with in the zombie apocalypse. But how would the woman who plays her, Danai Gurira, fare in a real sword fight? Would all that training pay off if Gurira needed to start slicing and dicing herself?
We spoke to Gurira while she took a break from her recent EW cover shoot and asked about her real life sword skills. How did she respond? Just click on the video player below to find out. And for more Walking Dead intel, follow me on Twitter @DaltonRoss. READ FULL STORY
The stars of The Walking Dead are trained well to not reveal even the tiniest morsel of information when it comes to the hit zombie drama. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t try to trick them into giving up the goods. What if we just threw huge potential spoilers at them and then deduced from their reactions whether they were true or not?
Well, that’s exactly what we did when Emily Kinney dropped by the offices recently. We put the woman who plays Beth through the wringer by forcing her to play our favorite game: GOTCHA! Can Emily make it through an entire round without inadvertently spilling any secrets about the upcoming season 5? You be the judge! Just click on the video player below to see how she does, and for more Walking Dead scoop, follow me on Twittter @DaltonRoss. Okay, let’s play a round of GOTCHA! READ FULL STORY
Just in time for Halloween, NBC is about to get a little bit spookier thanks to its new supernatural series, Constantine.
Based on the DC Comics property Hellblazer, Constantine stars Matt Ryan as the titular con man-turned-occult detective who begrudgingly keeps dark forces at bay as he struggles with the sins of his past.
She was just a simple farm girl once upon a time. But then the zombie apocalypse happened and her entire family went either dead or missing. I guess that’s the bad news. The good news is that at least she has a swell boyfriend who is no longer acting like a tool because he could not forgive her for being sexually assaulted by the Governor. (Not Glenn’s finest hour.) READ FULL STORY
Hell hath no fury like an Ice Queen scorned.
Upon discovering Anna’s (Elizabeth Lail) necklace in Mr. Gold’s (Robert Carlyle) pawnshop during the Once Upon a Time premiere, Elsa (Georgina Haig) will lock down the town of Storybrooke in a bid to find her sister. But taking things to an icy level will have severe consequences for the residents, namely Emma (Jennifer Morrison). Check out a sneak peek at what’s ahead:
Though Bones fans are heartbroken over the loss of Sweets, his death may ultimately help the Jeffersonian team uncover the big conspiracy.
The first two episodes of New Girl‘s fourth season focused on Jess Day’s (Zooey Deschanel) pursuit of love, but the latest installment takes Jess’s eyes off her own romantic conquests when her father Bob (Rob Reiner) breezes into town with a new girlfriend who has plenty of high school history with Jess.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Kaitlin Olson, who plays the girlfriend in question, talked to EW about crashing the loft tonight for the first of a three-episode arc. “When they offered it to me, I said, ‘Only if there’s full frontal with Rob Reiner,'” she laughs. And, while Olson can’t promise that we’ll see that much of Bob or Ashley (the titular character of “Julie Berkman’s Older Sister”), there will be some incredibly uncomfortable (and explicit) brunch conversation.
Watch the exclusive clip below.
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