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Sytycd Performance Finale Recap: Who Will (and Should) Win Season 14?

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Feeling emotional about the imminent end of So You Think You Can Dance‘s 14th season? Well, Monday’s penultimate episode made it clear that you are not alone.

Only seven days remain until the Fox competition series crowns its newest champion, and at least one All-Star was feeling very sentimental during the performance finale. Just after she reprised her Top 9 contemporary routine with Kiki, Jenna Johnson burst into tears, revealing to Cat Deeley between sobs, “I’m just so sad… because I love dancing with him!”

Suffice to say, Monday’s broadcast was packed with similar nostalgia, as the »


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Midnight, Texas Finale: Ep Talks Manfred's Mojo, Fiji/Bobo, [Spoiler]'s Surprise Wedding and More

8 hours ago

Warning: This post contains spoilers from Midnight, Texas‘ Season 1 finale.

Midnight, Texas‘ climactic Season 1 finale began with the Midnighters concerned with one veil — the one separating the living from the dead — and ended with them in the presence of another: the one Olivia wore when she wed Lem (!) at the end of the episode.

In between, there was a whole lot of talk about deflowering Fiji, followed by the actual act, which turned out to help save the day. Oh, and Manfred really upped his psychic medium game. Before we get executive producer Monica Owusu-Breen‘s take on the season-ender, »


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Dancing With the Stars Premiere Recap: Which Season 25 Pair Won You Over?

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A Pretty Little Liar, a Property Brother and a pair of Lacheys — who are married(!!!) in case you missed that part — were among the new crop of contestants introduced Monday in Dancing With the Stars‘ 25th season premiere.

I’m not about to get too nitpicky about technique, etc. in the first episode — the scores also speak for themselves — so what you’ll find below are my initial (and occasionally troubling) reactions to the 13 pairs competing this season:

* Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke: I knew this first dance was going to be a rollercoaster of emotions as soon as the NFL legend started miming. »


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Homeland EP Teases Carrie-Keane Showdown in Season 7, Confirms [Spoiler] Is Definitely Dead

10 hours ago

Sometimes dead is dead — even on Homeland.

At Sunday’s Emmy Awards, the Showtime drama’s longtime EP/director Lesli Linka Glatter officially confirmed that the death of Rupert Friend’s seemingly immortal Quinn in the Season 6 finale will indeed stick. “I wish he wasn’t [dead],” she lamented to me on the red carpet prior to the ceremony, where she was up for her fifth Emmy for directing Homeland (she lost out to Handmaid Tale‘s Reed Morano).

At the start of our brief Q&A — which »


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New Once Upon a Time Season 7 Photos Pit Regina Against Lady Tremaine

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Two formidable females appear to be facing off against each other in a fresh batch of photos from Once Upon a Time‘s Season 7 premiere.

Indeed, it’s “Evil” against “Evil” when Gabrielle Anwar’s Victoria Belfrey aka Lady Tremaine (aka Cinderella’s sinister stepmother) perhaps unwittingly stares down the Evil Queen’s new persona, Seattle bar owner Roni (played by returning favorite Lana Parrilla).

Elsewhere in the new photos (click here for direct access), you get up-close looks at Reign alum Adelaide Kane’s Ivy/Drizella as well as Rose Reynolds’ take on Wonderland’s Alice, while Andrew J. West »


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TVLine Items: George Michael Doc on Showtime, Power Promotion and More

14 hours ago

Showtime has faith: The network will air the documentary George Michael: Freedom on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 9/8c and on demand.

Filmed before the singer’s passing last December, the doc features narration from Michael and never-before-seen archival and private home footage. Per the official release, the career-spanning special concentrates on the period “leading up to and following the making of [Michael’s] acclaimed, best-selling album Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 and his subsequent, infamous High Court battle with his record label that followed, while also becoming poignantly personal about the death of his late partner and first love, Anselmo Feleppa.”

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Fuller House Boss Previews Season 3: D.J. and Steve's 'Messy Situation,' Gibbler Family Secrets and More

15 hours ago

It’s summertime on Fuller House‘s third season, and the livin’ is… complicated.

Arriving Friday on Netflix, the first nine episodes of Season 3 pack a handful of surprises for the housemates, including some much-needed resolution for star-crossed lovers D.J. and Steve.

VideosFuller House Season 3 Trailer Honors a Tanner Family Anniversary — Watch

“That’s a big arc for us this year,” series creator Jeff Franklin tells TVLine of the lingering tension between Steve (currently engaged to C.J.) and D.J. (currently dating Matt). “We get back into Steve and D.J.’s feelings for each other this season. »


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Star Trek's Sonequa Martin-Green Praises Discovery's 'Courageous' Story

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With only three weeks left of work on Season 1 of Star Trek: Discovery and less time than that until the reboot’s premiere (Sunday, Sept. 24, on both CBS All Access and CBS), “I can honestly say I don’t think I’m nervous anymore,” leading lady Sonequa Martin-Green told TVLine’s Michael Ausiello at the Emmys Sunday. “I’m just excited. I’m ready to share it!”

In particular, the actress is eager for Trekkers to experience “the power of the story,” she said. “The fact that it builds on itself the way that it does, it’s so courageous. »


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RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10: Madonna Booked to Guest-Judge?

18 hours ago

When RuPaul Charles and his fellow RuPaul’s Drag Race judges made a pit stop on the Emmy red carpet Sunday to be interviewed by TVLine’s Michael Ausiello, the two-time Emmy winner had no idea how much tea was about to be spilled!

At first, Mama Ru insisted that he couldn’t offer up a tease about the forthcoming Season 10. However, when Ausiello asked whether he thought the show would ever be able to top having Lady Gaga on as a guest judge, the drag superstar admitted, “It is kinda tough to top her. But I think we’ve done it. »


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Report: The View Eyes Meghan McCain in Wake of Host Jedediah Bila's Exit

18 hours ago

The View reportedly is swapping out its conservative host.

On Monday’s episode of the ABC daytime talk show, Jedediah Bila announced that the broadcast would be her last as a host. Watch a clip below:

.@JedediahBila announces she is leaving @TheView: "This has been just an amazing journey." pic.twitter.com/F2AKWbwJPG

The View (@TheView) September 18, 2017

Monday morning, View producers sent the following note to the show’s staff, alerting them to Bila’s departure:

As some of you heard this morning at our meeting, we have some bittersweet news to share.  Jed is leaving our show, and today is her last day. »


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Teen Wolf Pilot Revisited: Scott Meets Allison, Derek Arrives (Sketchily) and Nobody Knows What They Are

19 hours ago

Ladies and gentlemen, Teen Wolf used to be a very different show.

In advance of the MTV drama’s series finale on Sunday (8/7c), TVLine took a look back at Teen Wolf‘s 2011 pilot episode, and it was a lot to process. It was honestly like stepping into an alternate universe — one where Jackson is straight, Allison is alive, and the names Malia, Liam and Mason mean nothing. To anyone. (And then there’s the fact that Lydia has no clue she’s actually a freakin’ banshee.)

From the endless parade of baby faces to the occasionally comical special effects »


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Outlander's Sam Heughan Talks Jamie's Episode 2 Breakdown: 'Everyone Around Him Gets Hurt'

19 hours ago

It’s kinda hard out here for a Dunbonnet.

Outlander‘s second episode found Jamie unkempt, unhappy and nearly unsuitable for human interaction after six years of living and grieving in solitude. “He’s just in pain all the time. He sees Claire everywhere. He’s reminded of his loss,” star Sam Heughan tells TVLine, “so he’s living with his instincts. He doesn’t really care about himself, he’s just living day to day with no real purpose.” (Sound familiar?)

Though Jamie is no longer the legal owner of Lallybroch — you’ll remember that he signed the estate »


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Blindspot's Jaimie Alexander: Jane's Keeping a 'Massive Secret' in Season 3

20 hours ago

Blindspot fans may want to brace themselves. If Jaimie Alexander wasn’t exaggerating when she spoke with TVLine founder Michael Ausiello on the Emmy red carpet Sunday, it sounds like they’re in for a wild ride when the NBC drama returns for Season 3 on its new night — Fridays at 8/7c, starting Oct. 27.

“Oh my God, you are not going to believe what we are doing this year,” she exclaimed. “I didn’t believe it!”

PhotosThe Emmys’ Best & Worst Moments: Kimmy Schmidt Meets Westworld, Colbert’s ‘Spicey’ Surprise and More

In the wake of the two-year time jump with which »


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Ratings: Emmys Slip to New Demo Low While Matching Last Year's Audience

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Praise, wee — CBS’ broadcast of the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards delivered all-time lows.

The Stephen Colbert-hosted ceremony drew 11.38 million total viewers and a 2.5 rating (per finals), matching last year’s all-time smallest audience while slipping 11 percent in the demo to a new low.

Sunday night’s telecast showed much love to Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale (the first streaming series to be named best drama) and HBO’s Big Little Lies, while Colbert’s opening number/monologue earned an average grade of “B+” from TVLine readers. Network-by-network, HBO netted 29 total Emmys, followed by Netflix (20), NBC (15), Hulu (10) and ABC »


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Good Omens First Look: David Tennant and Michael Sheen Look Heavenly

21 hours ago

David Tennant and Michael Sheen are looking right for their demonic and angelic parts in the first photo from Good Omens.

RelatedApocalyptic Comedy Good Omens, From American Gods Author, Coming to Amazon

A six-part comedy, the upcoming Amazon/BBC co-production is based on the acclaimed fantasy novel Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Neil Gaiman (American Gods) and Terry Pratchett (Colour of Magic).

Gaiman, who will serve as showrunner on the limited series, shared the first photo on Twitter, as seen down below.

RelatedEmerald City‘s Adria Arjona Joins Neil Gaiman’s »


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Stranger Things' Shannon Purser Likens Rise to 'Friday Night Lights With Music'

17 September 2017 9:31 PM, PDT

In spite of the musical within the drama, Stranger Things casualty Shannon Purser doesn’t think of her upcoming NBC series Rise as the next Glee. Rather, “I like to think of it as kind of like a Friday Night Lights with music,” she told TVLine founder Michael Ausiello on the Emmy red carpet Sunday. “It’s not like Glee in the sense that people burst into song. [When they do], it’s all within the confines of the musical that they’re putting on in high school.”

RelatedEmmys: Handmaid’s Tale, Big Little Lies and SNL Are This Year’s Big Winners

Keeping busy with the show, »


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Big Little Lies Director Does About-Face on a Possible Season 2: 'It'd Be Great'

17 September 2017 9:26 PM, PDT

Big Little Lies won big (not little) at this year’s Emmys — and even director Jean-Marc Vallée is now ready to book a return trip to Monterey.

The acclaimed HBO series was only intended to air for a single season — hence, its inclusion in the Emmys’ Limited Series category — but a Season 2 has been quietly in the works, with HBO programming president Casey Bloys admitting in July that he’s asked the book’s author Liane Moriarty to “take a crack at” a new season of stories. Vallée, though, had previously been a holdout, flatly stating that “there’s no »


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Emmy Winners Make History: Firsts, Mosts and Other Milestone Wins

17 September 2017 9:09 PM, PDT

While every Emmy win is noteworthy, several this year were downright historical.

Take Atlanta auteur Donald Glover, who early in Sunday night’s ceremony became the first black person to win an Emmy for directing for a comedy. Ever. And this was the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony. (Later in the night, Glover claimed a second prize, for lead comedy actor.)

“I’m glad I was able to make history, but that’s not what I was trying to do. I’m trying to make the best product,” Glover said backstage after winning. “I believe the people deserve quality, and when they taste it, »


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Stranger Things Season 2: Eleven Boards an 'Emotional Roller Coaster'

17 September 2017 9:03 PM, PDT

Pass the Eggos and keep ’em comin’. On the Emmy red carpet Sunday, Stranger Things co-creators the Duffer Brothers revealed to TVLine’s Michael Ausiello that in Season 2 of the Netflix hit (dropping Friday, Oct. 27), they’ve got Eleven squaring off against something even more terrifying than the Demogorgon: adolescence.

Millie Bobby Brown “blew us away just like everyone else in Season 1,” said Ross Duffer, “so we really wanted to put her on an emotion roller coaster this year.” Added his twin Matt: When the psychokinetic heroine is reintroduced to her friends in Hawkins, “she has hair… she can complete sentences. »


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The Emmys' Best & Worst Moments: Kimmy Schmidt Meets Westworld, Colbert's 'Spicey' Surprise and More

17 September 2017 8:58 PM, PDT

Stephen Colbert might not have won anything at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, but he did manage to preside over a ceremony that we won’t soon forget.

The annual celebration of TV aired Sunday night on CBS, and as expected, Colbert split his time between lampooning 2017’s nominees (even stripping down for a rather spot-on Westworld parody!) and chastising President Donald Trump (with the unlikeliest of assists from ex-White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer).

The ceremony, held at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater, brought together some of TV’s best and winningest stars for countless teary thank-yous, unforgettable acceptance speeches »


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