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'The Challenge': CT and Frank face off, lose their shirts -- VIDEO

Today’s exclusive clip brought to you by sex, lies, and grilled cheese. In Wednesday night’s episode of The Challenge, when Frank confronts CT about his flirtation (or was it  more?) with Anastasia, things quickly get salty — and I’m not just talking about the ham in that sandwich.

Below, check out two of The Challenge‘s most explosive personalities get up in each other’s grills, taking a late-night snack from zero to “I’ll murder you!” in 98 seconds flat. Fair warning/enticement: This clip is not for those with a deep attachment to clothing, but it does serve up plenty for fans craving an eyeful of CT’s six-pack.
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'Falling Skies': Drew Roy, Sarah Sanguin Carter, more talk tonight's intense episode on '2nd Watch'

Throughout the third season of Falling Skies, Hal Mason has been secretly struggling with a piece of alien tech controlling his actions. The “evil Hal” storyline came to a head in tonight’s intense episode that Wil Wheaton, host of Falling Skies post-airing talk show 2nd Watch, calls “one of the most white knuckle-inducing episode we’ve ever seen.”

SPOILER ALERT: Don’t read on if you do not want to find out what happened in tonight’s episode of Falling Skies, “Be Silent and Come Out.” READ FULL STORY

Carol Burnett plays with puppets on 'Hot in Cleveland'

Carol Burnett fans have been looking forward to her appearance on Hot In Cleveland and her reunion with Mama’s Family costar Betty White for months now. And it’s looking like the funny lady won’t disappoint, bringing that absurd sense of humor (and that voice!) that we love to tonight’s episode. Burnett plays Victoria’s (Wendie Malick) mother Penny, a local Canoga Falls TV legend and children’s program puppeteer, who’s dealing with a cluttered house and scattering mind. Watch the icon’s dramatic entrance below: READ FULL STORY

'Falling Skies' cast talks evil Hal, Anne's baby, Cochise, more on '2nd Watch' with Wil Wheaton -- VIDEO

Falling Skies is upping the ante in its story of alien invasion survivors, and in the latest installment of 2nd Watch, Wil Wheaton discusses the show’s new developments with the talent behind the TNT series.

SPOILER ALERT: Don’t read on if you do not want to find out what happened in tonight’s episode of Falling Skies, “At All Costs.” READ FULL STORY

'Copper': Watch the first three minutes of the season 2 premiere here! -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

When BBC America’s Copper wrapped up its first season last October, we left Kevin Corcoran (Tom Weston-Jones) in a pretty dark place. The Civil War-era New York police detective had just suffered betrayals from his wife and his best friend, and the last scene of the finale had Corcoran turning to drugs to deal with his despair.

Copper‘s sophomore season picks up four months later, a jump that new showrunner Thomas Kelly decided to take “to get a fresh start but not move ahead too far out so we wouldn’t have any drastic changes to explain.” The struggles Copper‘s characters faced at the end of season 1 are still present in their lives, but they’re also moving on — season 2 has a theme of reconstruction, both for individual characters and for America, as the Civil War comes to an end.

Below is an exclusive clip from the first few minutes of Copper‘s season 2 premiere, which starts off with a rare serene moment outside the city, but fair warning: It gets bloody and violent pretty quickly.
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'The Bachelorette' extended season promo: 'I never thought this could happen' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Now that we’ve met this season’s hopeful bachelors and said goodbye to those who couldn’t master the art of the first impression, it’s time to get Desiree’s run as The Bachelorette rolling with group dates, one-on-ones, and almost as many roses as there will be tears. In our exclusive extended season promo, fans will find everything they have come to love from the show: boats, helicopters, private concerts, hot tubs, secret girlfriends, the guy who is “definitely here to win this competition,” and the guy (Hint: James) who wants to be the next Bachelor. Plus, there are a few new additions this time: A castle! Dodgeball! Fist fights! But at the end of it all, it looks like Desiree turns the “worst possible scenario” into feeling “so loved.” Yay!

Watch Chris Harrison confront a contestant about his “not telling the truth” in the extended promo below: READ FULL STORY

'Grimm': Nick brings someone else in the loop about the key -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Grimm is often a game of “we know they know we know” with characters like Hank and Juliet gradually getting in the loop about Nick’s Grimm life and the Portland detective learning the true identity of his boss. Now it’s Monroe’s turn to learn about something that’s been kept from him. In tomorrow’s episode, Nick finally shows Monroe the mysterious key the Royals are determined to get their hands on.

EW has an exclusive clip from this moment, which picks up right after one of those inevitable, unfortunate roomie encounters that even happen to a Grimm and a Wesen. “There is a very funny scene where I perhaps walk in on a moment I shouldn’t have walked in on,” actor David Giuntoli (Nick) told reporters on Monday.

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New 'True Blood' season 6 teaser: War rages, blood will spill -- VIDEO

Last season, True Blood fans saw the beginnings of a war between vampires and humans when the council decided to blow up True Blood factories in an attempt to end mainstreaming. And with the newest teaser for season 6, it doesn’t look like anyone is going to back down from a fight.

“Do you have any idea how many people want to see us all dead?” Bill can be heard shouting from what can only be the helm of the supernatural ship. He is, after all, Vampire God now. But who will be brave enough to rise up against the blood-covered deity? The beautifully dumb Jason Stackhouse, who is more-than-likely dressed in his all-black war-time attire, keeps things simple in his leadership of Team Human — “It’s us against them.” READ FULL STORY

'Grey's Anatomy' sneak peek: Alex is jealous of Jo's new relationship -- VIDEO

Alex Karev’s love life has never been easy: He’s cheated, he’s taken care of girlfriends during psychotic breaks, and he’s been left by his wife. But when Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes promised that this would be the year that Alex meets his “person,” things finally started looking up … until that person started dating another guy.

In a sneak peek from this Thursday’s episode, Alex’s jealousy is finally starting to show when Jo mentions that she’s thinking about moving in with Jason, her “d-bag boyfriend,” as Alex puts it. And when Cristina finally calls Alex out on being in love with Jo, he doesn’t exactly deny it. However, he does shoot down the idea of punching Jason.

Watch the sneak peek below:


Catch a new episode of Grey’s Anatomy Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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'The Voice': This auditioner is sexy, and he knows it -- EXCLUSIVE

A wannabe singer transforming a beloved pop song into a moody, acoustic ballad? Been there, done that. What Voice season 4 auditioner Christian Porter does to LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know It,” though, is something different altogether. The only thing this cover shares with the original is its lyrics; otherwise, Porter’s take on “Sexy” is a bluesy, falsetto-tinged jam that seems tailor made to go viral. (For good reason: As commenters have pointed out, the performance seems to have been inspired by Noah Guthrie’s own acoustic “Sexy and I Know It.”) Prompting three of the competition’s four judges to turn their chairs around is a good start.

Check out Christian’s new spin on the electro-dance duo’s hit below — and tune in for more memorable blind auditions when The Voice returns on NBC March 25.

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'Vampire Diaries': Stefan confronts Elena, helps her stretch -- VIDEO

We’ve already seen that no-humanity Elena isn’t shy when it comes to her body, and now it appears that the same thing goes for both her feeding habits and her flexibility. Yes, I said flexibility.

In the latest clip from next week’s episode, Stefan interrupts Elena’s cheerleading warm ups to question her eating habits. Apparently, the hospital’s blood supply is missing. But Elena assures her ex that she prefers something … warmer. And despite his best efforts to warn Elena about the darkness of ripper-hood, she decides that maybe this is better version of Elena Gilbert. Regardless, this is definitely the more flexible version of Elena Gilbert.

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David Giuntoli previews 'Grimm' return, shows off his singing skills -- VIDEO

David Giuntoli and the rest of the Grimm gang return tonight for new episodes after a long winter away and the episode is more exciting than you’re hoping.

Not only is there a big fight — one that Giuntoli admits caused some real physical pain! — but it ends in a cliffhanger that will launch the show into a stellar second season.

When Giuntoli popped into EW’s office we talked about all this — and much more, like his tendency to sing showtunes during karaoke. Yes, you read that right.

Below, enjoy two videos. The first is a preview of the fun coming up on Grimm and the second is the actor’s Pop Culture Personality Test. The PCPT is a well-known staple of EW’s and while we’ll let you be the final judge, we think you’ll agree that Giuntoli’s ranks among the best! READ FULL STORY

'Bunheads': Behind the scenes of 'Makin' Whoopee' -- EW EXCLUSIVE

In Amy Sherman-Palladino’s world, the men are furniture. Well, at least in the dance sequence featured in the season finale they are.

Season 1 of ABC Family’s delightful Bunheads came to a close Monday, and the word is still out on whether or not there will be a second season to follow. Throughout this season, the four bunheads have been coming into their own — growing up, growing apart, and becoming interested in boys — hence, a dance set to “Makin’ Whoopee” performed by Sherman-Palladino favorite Sam Phillips (the singer/songwriter responsible for much of the music in Gilmore Girls). Check it out below:
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