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Ratings: The Voice Premiere Dips But Dominates Night, Taken Starts Strong

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NBC’s The Voice kicked off Season 12 on Monday with 13 million total viewers and a 3.1 rating, marking the competition’s fourth straight demo decline for a premiere, yet dominating the night in both measures.

RelatedThe Voice Premiere Recap: Love Isn’t Just In the Air, It’s On the Air

Leading out of that, the Taken premiere did 7.4 mil and a 1.6, landing just below Timeless‘ own apres-Voice launch (7.6 mil/1.8) and easily leading all scripted fare. TVLine readers gave it an average grade of “B-.”

RelatedNBC’s Taken: Is Young Bryan Mills’ Set of Skills Particularly Interesting?

The night’s other debut, »

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Jon Stewart Urges Media to Dump President Trump: 'Kick Him to the Curb'

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Former Daily Show frontman Jon Stewart returned to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Monday night to address some of Trump’s recent lies, before turning his focus to the media and its chilly relationship with Potus.

RelatedPresident Trump Skipping White House Correspondents’ Dinner

“I heard Donald Trump broke up with you,” Stewart began, acknowledging the recent ban on certain outlets attending press secretary Sean Spicer’s briefings. “Well, good riddance, I say! Kick. Him. To. The. Curb!”

Stewart then urged media organizations to “get [their] groove back” — in other words, stop believing that Trump will suddenly act more presidential during »

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The Fosters Sneak Peek: Is a Sexually Curious Jude Playing With Fire?

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On tonight’s The Fosters (Freeform, 8/7c), Anchor Beach Charter School’s sex-ed class fails to satisfy (ahem) Jude’s curiosity on the subject matter.

RelatedThe Fosters Renewed for Season 5

“We’re going to get into some interesting issues about sex education for the Lgbt community in schools,” executive producer Joanna Johnson previously told TVLine. “They don’t have that. So where do kids go to learn about gay sex, and about what they should be wary of or looking for?”

The answer appears to be their cellphones, according to this exclusive sneak peek of Tuesday’s episode, which »

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Kimmel Breaks Down Oscar Debacle: 'Clyde Threw Bonnie Under the Bus'

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It seems no one was more puzzled than Jimmy Kimmel during the Oscars’ now-infamous Best Picture mix-up on Sunday night. (Too bad he was hosting the thing.)

Kimmel, who was emceeing the Oscars for the first time when La La Land was mistakenly given the evening’s top prize (instead of actual winner Moonlight), explained the snafu from his perspective during Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! monologue. 

RelatedTrump Breaks Oscars Silence, Blames ‘Politics’ for ‘Sad’ Best Picture Mix-Up

In the video above, Kimmel describes the confusion between presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, the latter of whom actually announced La »

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Benedict Cumberbatch to Star in Showtime Limited Series Melrose

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You may be waiting a while for Sherlock to come back… but until then, Showtime has your Benedict Cumberbatch fix.

The Emmy-winning actor will star in and executive-produce Showtime’s five-part limited series Melrose, the network announced Tuesday. Based on the bestselling Edward St. Aubyn novels, Melrose casts Cumberbatch as Patrick Melrose, “an aristocratic and outrageously funny playboy” who turns to substance abuse to erase bad childhood memories of his abusive father.

VideosBenedict Cumberbatch Hosts SNL: Watch Best and Worst Sketches

David Nicholls, who penned the 2011 Anne Hathaway romance One Day, will write the scripts for all five episodes. »

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NBC's Taken: Is Young Bryan Mills' Set of Skills Particularly Interesting?

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NBC this Monday served up Taken, it’s prequel, set in 2017, to the film franchise that started up in 2008. Will you stick around to follow the evolution of Bryan Mills’ certain grouping of abilities?

RelatedRatings: Timeless Closes Freshman Season With 3-Week Highs

Whereas Mills when we met him in the first Taken film was a retired CIA operative, here (with VikingsClive Standen succeeding/preceding? Liam Neeson) he only has his Green Beret past behind him, having served three tours in Afghanistan. He is making a trip home, via train, with his younger sister Cali, when he senses something isn’t quite kosher. »

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Vampire Diaries Series Finale: Damon and Elena Hug in (Yet Another) Teaser

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Another day, another blink-and-you-missed-it preview of The Vampire Diaries series finale — not that we’re complaining.

RelatedVampire Diaries Photos: Get a Closer Look at Caroline’s Wedding Dress

The CW on Monday released the fourth official teaser from the long-running drama’s big farewell — airing Friday, March 10 at 9/8c — and this one features a full-on hug between estranged lovers Damon and Elena. (Think we can get #DelenaHug trending?)

With only two episodes left, Tvd seems to have saved its biggest moments for last. In addition to Elena’s reunion with Damon, the show’s final hours will also feature Stefan and Caroline’s not-so-June wedding, »

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Beyond's Burkely Duffield Breaks Down Finale Twists, Talks 'Perilous' Season 2

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Whether you just finished watching the season finale of Freeform’s Beyond, or you chose to binge all 10 episodes back in January, you’re probably asking yourself one question: What the heck was that ending?

RelatedBeyond Renewed for Season 2

“It’s something that I think, or at least I hope, came out of left field,” star Burkely Duffield tells TVLine of the finale’s final shot, Holden coming face to face with his younger self in the Realm. “You were supposed to think that, with the Bridge destroyed and Frost gone, everything is going to be Ok. But that’s not it works. »

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The Voice Season 12 Premiere Recap: Love Isn't Just In the Air, It's On the Air

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She’s (holla) back!

After two seasons off, Gwen Stefani returned to the coaching panel for Season 12 of The Voice, and host Carson Daly was quick to address the elephant in the room. No, not her new-since-last-time relationship with fellow coach Blake Shelton, an actual guy in the room in an elephant costume. (Hardy-har-har.) Self-proclaimed “third wheel” Adam Levine had so much fun teasing the couple that Blake told him he could “go back to not mattering,” prompting Alicia Keys to step in and gently referee. (But seriously, the fellas’ ribbing of one another continued to be so entertaining that »

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Stephen Moyer Lands Lead Role in Fox's Marvel Mutant Drama Pilot

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Stephen Moyer is trading vampires for mutants with his latest TV gig.

The True Blood alum has signed on to star in Fox’s untitled Marvel drama pilot about a runaway band of mutants, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Moyer will play Reed, an attorney and father who discovers his children have mutant powers and takes his family on the run, eventually joining up with an underground network of mutants.

RelatedPilot Season ’17: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them

If this all sounds very X-Men, that’s no mistake: X-Men director Bryan Singer will helm the pilot, »

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Supergirl Ep Hints at Mon-El's Secret, Talks [Spoiler]'s Cadmus Connection

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Friendly warning: This article contains spoilers from Monday’s Supergirl. If you’re not caught up, make like the Girl of Steel and keep on flying.

RelatedSupergirl Ep Talks True Four-Way Dctv Crossover, Nixes Doppelgänger Cameos

Supergirl is officially running out of people she can trust.

As promised, Monday’s episode featured the return of Jeremiah, but the Danvers family’s joy was soon overshadowed by doubt and suspicion — and rightfully so. Not only did Alex and Kara’s father steal the National Alien Registry from the Deo, but he’s also in league with Lillian Luthor! (So, yeah, »

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Moana Star Cast in NBC Theater Pilot Drama High From Jason Katims

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Jason Katims’ NBC pilot about a high school theater department has found its drama queen.

RelatedPilot Season ’17: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them

Auli’i Cravalho, who recently starred in Disney’s Moana, has landed a major role in Drama High, our sister site Deadline reports. Based on the 2013 Michael Sokolove novel — which was itself inspired by true events — the pilot follows a “passionate teacher and family man” who runs a “working-class high school drama department” that inspires the whole town. (So, Friday Night Lights… the musical? Count me in!)

Cravalho will play a student named Lilette, »

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Bill Paxton to Receive Dedication During Thursday's Training Day

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This Thursday’s Training Day will feature a special dedication to its late leading man, Bill Paxton, our sister site Deadline reports.

The remembrance will air at the top of the new episode that airs March 2 (CBS, 10/9c). Paxton stars as morally ambiguous detective Frank Roarke in the TV series adaptation of the 2001 film, alongside Justin Cornwell, who plays young cop Kyle Craig.

Related Bill Paxton Remembered: Training Day, Big Love, S.H.I.E.L.D. Stars Pay Tribute

Paxton died on Saturday at the age of 61. In a statement released to TMZ, Paxton’s family said, “It is »

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Trump Breaks Oscars Silence, Blames 'Politics' for 'Sad' Best Picture Mix-Up

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President Trump may not have tweeted during Sunday’s Oscars broadcast, but don’t worry: He definitely has some thoughts on that historic Best Picture blunder.

In fact, Trump actually seems to have taken credit for the infamous mix-up that led to La La Land being mistakenly named Best Picture over the rightful winner Moonlight. In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Trump blamed the error on Hollywood’s obsession with… well, him: “I think they were focused so hard on politics that they didn’t get the act together at the end.”

RelatedOscars 2017: Pricewaterhouse Takes Responsibility for Envelopegate »

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Chicago Justice Ep Previews 'Huge' Crossover, Law & Order Connection

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Dick Wolf’s Windy City-set empire will usher in its newest member, Chicago Justice, on Wednesday (beginning at 8/7c on NBC) with the franchise’s biggest crossover yet.

RelatedChicago Crossover: Tovah Feldshuh to Reprise Law & Order Role on Justice

The three-hour event kicks off when Chicago Fire tackles “a ripped-from-the-headlines” situation based on the 2016 Oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people, according to executive producer Peter Jankowski, who serves as an Ep on all four Chicago shows. “It affects, very closely, one of our lead characters, and he has a tremendous loss because of it.”

The action then moves to »

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The Flash Preview: As the Gorilla War Gets Personal, Will Barry Kill Grodd?

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This Tuesday on The Flash (The CW, 8/7c), it’s “kill or be killed” for Grodd’s invading gorilla army — and maybe for Barry as well.

In Part 1 of the Gorilla City storyline, Barry and friends were imprisoned on Earth-Two and duped into doing sentient Grodd’s bidding, ousting Solovar as leader of the apes. Now, with Gypsy’s help, Grodd is about to launch an attack on his onetime home, Earth-One’s Central City — and to that end, he will hit a bit too close to home for the scarlet speedster.

RelatedThe Flash‘s Jesse Quick Teases Ape Stampedes, »

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Star Trek: Discovery to Debut in 'Late Summer, Early Fall,' Per CBS Boss

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It’s not an exact stardate, Trekkies, but at least we now have a general idea of when Star Trek: Discovery‘s voyage will (finally) get underway.

The new Trek TV series heading for CBS All Access is expected to launch “sometime [in] late summer, early fall,” CBS chairman Les Moonves told investors today at a Morgan Stanley media conference, according to Deadline. That’s the most concrete scheduling news we’ve gotten recently on Discovery, which was originally set for a January debut, then May, before being pushed back again with no premiere date.

RelatedStar Trek: Discovery Adds 30 Rock Vet, »

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TVLine Items: Incorporated Cancelled, Jeremy Piven's CBS Pilot and More

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Dennis Haysbert’s casting in the NBC pilot Reverie was, indeed, a bad sign for Syfy’s Incorporated.

The futuristic thriller, starring Haysbert and Sean Teale, has been cancelled after one season, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?

The drama — which hails from executive producers Matt Damon and Ben Affleck — wrapped its ten-episode freshman run on Jan. 25.

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

* Emmy winner Jeremy Piven (Entourage) will star in the CBS drama pilot Wisdom of the Crowd as a tech »

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Vampire Diaries Photos: Get a Closer Look at Caroline's Wedding Dress

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Stefan and Caroline’s wedding will almost certainly go down in flames on Friday’s Vampire Diaries (The CW, 8/7c), so let’s take a little time to appreciate all the effort that went into the bride’s look — before you-know-who comes along and mucks it up.

VideosVampire Diaries Series Finale Promo: See Damon and Elena’s Epic Reunion

The CW has released new stills from the series’ penultimate episode, “We’re Planning a June Wedding,” which give us a closer look at Ms. Forbes — or is it Mrs. Salvatore’s? — attire for the big day:


As revealed in the trailer for Friday’s episode, »

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The Oscars' Epic Envelopegate Fiasco: The Real Winners and Losers

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While the accounting firm of PriceWaterhouseCooper has taken full responsibility for the scandal now known as Envelopegate, the fact is, there’s plenty of blame to go around in the wake of Sunday’s epic Best Picture blunder, which saw La La Land get awarded Oscar’s top honor instead of the actual victor, Moonlight. 

At the same time, out of the ashes of one of Hollywood’s biggest controversies ever emerged several unlikely winners (yes, we’re looking at you La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz).

Scroll through the gallery to the right — or click here for direct access »

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