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Dancing With the Stars Week 5 Recap: Did the Right Couple Go Home?

7 hours ago

After putting its viewers on one insanely emotional roller coaster just seven days ago, Dancing With the Stars provided the perfect palate cleanser on Monday in the form of Disney Night.

Hoping to see Mickey Mouse tickle the ivories? Longing for Kermit the Frog’s presence at the judges’ dais? In the mood to watch CGI’d Disney characters flit across your TV screen? As it does every season, Disney Night has all of that, along with some pretty magical performances.

Of course, an unhappy ending awaited one Season 25 pair on Monday — but before we get to the results, let »

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The Voice Recap: Battle Stations!

7 hours ago

It’s a cliché and a half to say that everything can change during The Voice’s Battles. In fact, if Carson Daly said it, I’m sure I’d roll my eyes. But it’s also, weirdly, true. Last season, I went into the Battles backing Felicia Temple and came out in awe of (eventual winner) Chris Blue. Going into Season 13’s Battles, my money was on… well, you know. However, I wouldn’t be in the slightest surprised if, by the time they were over, I was rooting for a different singer. Did Monday’s kickoff of the Battles, »

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The Gifted Recap: Thanks for the Memories...?

7 hours ago

This week on Fox’s The Gifted, Caitlin and the kids made a run for it, only to run head-on into trouble, while Reed readied to upend the underground and Clarice “received” the motivation needed to push past her portal problem.

RelatedThe Gifted Episode 2 Recap: On the Blink

Convinced that she could be doing more to help Reed’s cause, Caitlin plots to sneak out of the way station in the middle of the night, and both Andy and Lauren tag along to protect her. En route to her brother/Uncle Danny’s house and in need of cab fare, »

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Supergirl Recap: Mind Over Matter (Plus, Who Returned to Earth?)

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Monday’s Supergirl was a real mindscrew.

This week’s episode introduced us to Psi (Jane the Virgin‘s Yael Grobglas), a master of mental manipulation with a penchant for robbing banks. “More money, more happiness,” she told Kara during their first encounter, to which I say someone needs to brush up on her Notorious B.I.G.

RelatedSupergirl‘s Katie McGrath on Lena and Kara’s ‘Difficult’ New Dynamic

Psi’s secret weapon is her ability to exploit her enemies’ fears, which prompted her to send Kara back to the day she fled Krypton. This obviously sucked for Supergirl, but »

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The Walking Dead Alum Joins iZombie

9 hours ago

The Walking Dead alum Daniel Bonjour is shining a light on iZombie‘s brave new world.

The actor will recur during Season 4 of the CW series as Levon, a documentary filmmaker chronicling Seattle’s undead reality, TVLine has learned exclusively.

RelatediZombie: Robert Knepper Promoted to Series Regular in Season 4

At the close of last June’s finale, Chase Graves revealed the truth to the world about zombies, assuring the human population that the city’s many brain-eaters will stay put — as long as some of the dead donate their noggins to keep them fed. But there are those on the »

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Name That Tune Reboot Eyed at CBS

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Alright, TV fans: Can you name the latest game-show reboot in… three notes?

CBS is developing a new version of the classic game show Name That Tune, according to our sister site Deadline. Casting will begin soon on the reboot, which has the show’s original developers Ralph and Noah Rubenstein onboard as executive producers, along with Fear Factor veteran David Hurwitz.

The original Tune — which debuted on the radio in 1952 and had several TV runs, including a syndicated stint in 1974-81 hosted by Tom Kennedy — tested contestants on their knowledge of popular music by asking them to identify songs »

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Kevin James: Donna Was Killed Off Kevin Can Wait Because 'We Were Running Out of Ideas'

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Donna died so Kevin Can Wait could live, according to Kevin James. The CBS sitcom’s star and exec producer is speaking out for the first time about the decision to kill off leading lady Erinn Hayes, telling the NY Daily News that the tragedy was necessary to give the series longevity.

RelatedRatings: Kevin Can Wait Drops With Softer Lead-In, in Wake of Offing Wife

“It really felt like this was needed for this show to drive forward,” James insists. “The [premise] of the show didn’t have enough drive. If we got through a second season, I wouldn’t see »

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Once Upon a Time: Wish Hook & Co. Meet Princess Tiana in Latest Photos

12 hours ago

Once Upon a Time‘s “other Hook” aka the one from the Wish Realm works his own special swagger in photos from this Friday’s episode, which formally introduces Princess Tiana (played by new series regular Mekia Cox).

RelatedOnce Upon a Time Creators Break Down Emma’s Big Reveal and What the Hook Twist Means for Regina and Rumple

In the third episode of Season 7, titled “The Garden of Forking Paths” and airing Friday at 8/7c, when Cinderella (Dania Ramirez) finds herself staring danger in the eye, she receives help from an unlikely source — Princess Tiana, it appears. That leads »

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Nancy Drew Pilot Being Developed at NBC After Failed Attempt at CBS

13 hours ago

Nancy Drew is (sort of) back on the case, this time at NBC.

The network is developing a drama pilot about the fictional gumshoe, with Tony Phelan and Joan Rater penning the script, our sister site Deadline reports. CBS TV Studios and Dan Jinks will also produce.

RelatedBlue Crush Drama Series in the Works at NBC, Based on 2002 Surf Film

NBC’s Nancy Drew reportedly follows the author of the teen girl detective books, who’s suddenly faced with an actual murder mystery. In her time of need, she turns to her two childhood best friends — her original inspiration for the book series. »

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TVLine Items: Facinelli Polices S.W.A.T., Adelstein Joins Imposters and More

14 hours ago

Supergirl alum Peter Facinelli is (business) suiting back up at CBS with a recurring role on the upcoming drama S.W.A.T.

The actor — who played CEO Maxwell Lord on the aforementioned superhero series — will portray Michael Plank, a confident, powerful businessman who also volunteers as a civilian police commissioner and head of the police board, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedS.W.A.T. Promotes David Lim to Regular

Facinelli’s other TV credits include American Odyssey, Damages and Nurse Jackie.

S.W.A.T. premieres Thursday, Nov. 2 at 10/9c on CBS.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Imposters co-creator Paul Adelstein will »

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Andi Mack Season Premiere Video: Bowie's Proposal Plan Hits a Snag

14 hours ago

For Andi Mack, discovering that her “older sister” is actually her mother — and that her “mother” is actually her grandmother — was a lot to process. And that was just Season 1.

VideosSilicon Valley Star Joins DuckTales as Tech Whiz Mark Beaks — Watch Exclusive Clip

The Disney Channel series returns Friday, Oct. 27 (8/7c) with a one-hour premiere in which Andi (series star Peyton Elizabeth Lee) tries to help her biological father (Trent Garrett) propose to her mom Bex (Lilan Bowden). And wouldn’t you know it, TVLine has an exclusive sneak peek of the kick-off to Season 2.

As you’ll see in the clip, »

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Will Mindhunter Season 2 Focus on the Btk Killer? Plus: 4 Burning Questions We Really Need Answered

15 hours ago

Despite widespread reports that Netflix has already greenlit Mindhunter for a second season, a rep for the streamer insists that the circa ’70s psychological serial-killer thriller starring Looking‘s Jonathan Groff — which dropped its 10-episode first season last Friday — has not been formally renewed.

RelatedCable/Streaming Scorecard: What’s Renewed? What’s Cancelled?

We’re going to assume that an official pickup is inevitable, given that the Season 1 finale appears to set the stage for a larger storyline involving real-life sociopath Dennis Rader (aka The Btk Killer). Dennis appears fleetingly and cryptically throughout Mindhunter‘s first season (typically in the »

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The Alienist Adaptation Gets TNT Premiere Date — Watch New Trailer

16 hours ago

TNT’s adaptation of Caleb Carr’s award-winning international bestseller The Alienist will land in your TV box on Monday, Jan. 22 at 9/8c, the cabler has announced.

RelatedThe Last Ship to End After Season 5? TNT Responds to Rumor

Starring Dakota Fanning (War of the Worlds), Luke Evans (2017’s Beauty and the Beast), Brian Geraghty (Chicago P.D.) and Daniel Brühl (Rush), the psychological thriller follows a series of gruesome murders of boy prostitutes in New York City circa 1896. Newly appointed top cop Teddy Roosevelt (played by Geraghty) calls upon Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Brühl), a criminal psychologist (aka “alienist”) and newspaper »

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Game of Thrones Actor, Audiobook Narrator Roy Dotrice Dead at 94

17 hours ago

Roy Dotrice, who played Game of Thrones‘ pyromancer Hallyne, has died, EW.com reports. He was 94.

Appearing in two Season 2 episodes, Dotrice portrayed one of the men charged with creating King’s Landing’s stores of wildfire. He helped inform audiences about what Mad King Aerys did with the substance, and Hallyne also was involved in Tyrion’s plan to use wildfire at the Battle of Blackwater.

Dotrice also was the voice behind all of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire audiobooks. Performing that duty for the first novel, A Game of Thrones, earned him a »

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Ratings: Ten Days in Valley Stabilizes in Week 3 — Too Little, Too Late?

18 hours ago

Episode 3 of Ten Days in the Valley delivered 2.6 million total viewers and a 0.4 demo rating, holding steady week-to-week — but is it too little, too late?

Fwiw, show boss Tassie Cameron promised at summer TCA that Ten Days‘ 10-episode freshman run tells a complete story, but “bombshells kind of drop all the way through that I think would be very interesting territory for a second season, should we be so lucky.”

Opening ABC’s night, The Toy Box (2.3 mil/0.4) was flat, Afv (4.4 mil/0.8) ticked down and Shark Tank (4.7 mil/1.1) was steady.

Related 2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? »

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Liv Tyler Joins Hulu's Harlots

19 hours ago

The LeftoversLiv Tyler is going to mix it up with Hulu’s Harlots, as a Season 2 cast member.

Written, directed and produced by women, Harlots centers around two feuding brothels and the bustling sex trade in Georgian London, but in a way that flips the script on a profession shrouded by female objectification.

Tyler has been cast in the series regular role of Lady Isabella Fitzwilliam, an aristocratic social butterfly whose long-held secrets keep her in the thrall — and under the blackmailing thumb — of Lydia Quigley (played by Lesley Manville). Trapped in a loveless marriage, »

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Supergirl's Katie McGrath Explores Lena and Kara's 'Difficult' Dynamic in Season 3 — Watch an Exclusive Clip

19 hours ago

Lena Luthor is “slowly trying to take over National City” in Supergirl‘s third season, actress Katie McGrath tells TVLine — and purchasing CatCo was only the beginning.

RelatedLast Week’s Supergirl Recap: ‘Kara Danvers Sucks Right Now!’

“I remember trying to explain it to my mom,” McGrath recalls. “I said, ‘It’s like she already owns Facebook and General Motors and now she just bought Coca-Cola.’ Basically, she’s positioning herself to be the most badass woman in the world.”

Lena is “the kind of person you’d want to work for,” McGrath explains, because “she doesn’t pretend she »

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Fear Twd Finale Recap: Hot Dam!

15 October 2017 7:59 PM, PDT

Warning: The following contains spoilers for the epic Season 3 finale of Fear the Walking Dead.

Nobody can say that Season 3 of Fear the Walking Dead didn’t go out with a bang. Plenty of bangs, actually. Also, a big boom, a massive splash and enough (potential) casualties to have made the two-parter a series finale. Who (could we be sure) was left standing when the dust settled? Read on…

‘I Cut A Deal To Save My Friends’ | In the first episode, “Things Bad Begun,” Troy caught wind of the Proctors’ plan to attack the dam, grabbed Nick and made haste to warn Madison, »

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Star Trek: Discovery Recap: Wrestling With Mudd Just Gets You Dirty

15 October 2017 6:30 PM, PDT

Captain Lorca had to fight for his life this week on Star Trek: Discovery — and he didn’t get much help from a classic Trek character.

Lorca starts out the week on a Starfleet space station, bragging to Admiral Cornwell about all the great things the Discovery has accomplished since they fired up the spore drive. But on a shuttle ride back to his ship, he’s ambushed by Klingons, who kill the pilot and take Lorca hostage. (Seems they’ve heard a bit about this spore drive, too.) They throw Lorca in a prison cell, where he meets… Harry Mudd! »

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