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'How to Get Away with Murder': The investigation begins

Sam’s dead missing.

When How to Get Away with Murder returns, the investigation into Sam’s (Tom Verica) disappearance has begun. Everyone who wasn’t present on murder night believes he’s gone on the lam since he was thisclose to being outed as Lila’s killer. Little do the police know that Sam is actually dead.


'Chicago Fire'-'Chicago P.D.' crossover first look: Shay’s killer targets Dawson

The upcoming Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. crossover will be very dangerous for everyone as the teams get closer to tracking down arsonist Elliot Gish (Robert Knepper), who was responsible for Shay’s death. Though, it’s Dawson who should really be worried after she is specifically targeted by Gish in the trailer below. Will the teams be able to bring Gish to justice?


Watch Geraldo Rivera compare himself to a volcano on 'Celebrity Apprentice' -- exclusive

Geraldo Rivera has proven to be a spectacular addition to The Celebrity Apprentice franchise. Just ask him—he’ll tell you! In all seriousness, however—and yes, I am asking you to take Geraldo Rivera seriously for a second—the man has added more non-stop entertainment value than anyone since Aubrey O’Day strutted her stuff into Donald Trump’s Boardroom. Whether he has been feuding with Kevin Jonas, bending Johnny Damon over, or taking half-naked selfies, Geraldo is providing the television treasure that Al Capone’s vault never did. And he’s not done. READ FULL STORY

Watch Julie Chen act for the first time on 'NCIS: Los Angeles' -- exclusive

Julie Chen is incredible at playing Julie Chen. She does it every day on The Talk. She does it every summer on Big Brother. And she has even shown off her range by playing Julie Chen on The Millers and Madam Secretary. Honestly, when it comes to playing Julie Chen, there are few better. Which is why it is time for the Chenbot to finally branch out and play non-Chen parts. READ FULL STORY

Watch the first trailer for the 'Sons of Anarchy' video game

Sons of Anarchy might be over, but SAMCRO lives on.

Showrunner Kurt Sutter tweeted out the first trailer for Sons of Anarchy: The Prospect, a first-person mobile game from Orpheus Interactive and Silverback Games that’s based on the FX series. READ FULL STORY

Lizzie Borden has an ax to grind in trailer for Lifetime series

Lizzie Borden is coming back swinging (an ax).

Lifetime has just ordered an additional two episodes of The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, in which Christina Ricci reprises her role as the infamous real-life murder suspect, who was acquitted of the double homicide of her father and stepmother in 1892—which was depicted in last year’s original movie Lizzie Borden Took An Ax.


'Elementary' sneak peek: Joan confronts Sherlock over his sobriety

Could Sherlock be on the verge of falling off the wagon?

When Elementary returns, Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) will realize how monotonous the recovery process can be, which will cause him to struggle with his sobriety and turn against going to meetings.


First look: 'Last Man Standing' hosts 'Home Improvement' reunion

Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor will reunite with his Home Improvement wife on Last Man Standing—and EW has the exclusive first look.


Exclusive 'Revenge' sneak peek: David and Victoria find Daniel's body

Revenge‘s mid-season finale quite literally ended with a bang: Kate’s attempt to shoot Emily fatally wounded Daniel and was followed by Kate’s own death after Jack shot her. As the hour ended, fans sat and watched as Daniel died in Emily’s arms, having sacrificed himself for her.

When the show returns, things will pick up right where they left off. In an exclusive sneak peek of Sunday’s episode, we’re back at Grayson Manor, where David and Victoria respond to the gunshots and realize what’s occurred.


See Mark Rylance and Damian Lewis in a trailer for 'Wolf Hall'

Hilary Mantel’s Man Booker Prize-winning Wolf Hall and its sequel, the Man Booker Prize-winning Bring Up the Bodies, are going to have a big 2015. Now you can watch the trailer for the novels’ television adaptation. The six-part series is set to air on BBC Two in January and will come to American televisions on PBS in April.

Wolf Hall follows Thomas Cromwell, who is portrayed here by acclaimed actor Mark Rylance. Rylance has won multiple Tony Awards, most recently for playing Olivia in Twelfth Night. Per Vanity Fair, Rylance is “routinely described, at 53, as the greatest English theater actor of his generation.” Damian Lewis, best known as Homeland‘s Brody, plays Henry VIII. “I keep you because you are a serpent,” Henry tells Cromwell in the trailer.

Another take on the novels is headed to Broadway in the new year, with the Royal Shakespeare Company’s plays having a stay in New York beginning in March.

Watch two Real Housewives shove pie into each other's faces on 'Celebrity Apprentice'

When it comes to Celebrity Apprentice, having two Real Housewives shove food in each other’s faces is kind of the money shot…although I suppose season 2’s Clint Black would argue that it is hard to top the time he come up with an ad for Tide insinuating he liked to use detergent to masturbate while reading Donald Trump’s book (and no, I did not just make that up). The point is, this is the next best thing. Also, I should never use the words “Clint Black,” “masturbate,” and “money shot” in the same paragraph ever again. READ FULL STORY


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