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TVLine Readers Give Thanks for Arrow Romance, Thrones' Arya, Supernatural Resurgence, Sense8 Movie and More
2 hours ago
Since it seems like there are currently about 15,749 shows on the air and/or in production, it makes perfect sense that this year, you, our dear TVLine readers, would be feeling thankful for a veritable cornucopia of treats.
And now that Team TVLine has shared its small-screen gratitude, it’s time to highlight the 2017 programs, storylines and actors that you are happiest to have enjoyed/be enjoying. From Once Upon a Time‘s reboot to Orphan Black‘s swan song to Tom Welling’s super comeback, you flooded our inbox with a wide range of deserving suggestions. You also dished »
Mr. Robot Recap: The Fall Guy(s)
11 hours ago
Need to catch up? Check out our previous Mr. Robot recap here.
A couple of ghosts from Mr. Robot seasons past reappeared this week, as Elliot and company dealt with the fallout from last week’s tragedy.
Hey, remember Trenton and Mobley? Those two fsociety hackers who ran away to Arizona last season, where Elliot’s old cellmate Leon found them? They’re still alive, but just barely: Leon cuts their roommate’s throat before driving them off to a remote, Breaking Bad-esque spot in the desert, where he has them dig a grave. (They try to escape, but Trenton can’t drive, »
Will Ferrell, Molly Shannon to Star in Holiday Parade Parody for Amazon
15 hours ago
Resolving to laugh more in 2018? Amazon is looking to get your new year started off right, then.
The streaming service has tapped former SNL castmates Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon to star in a send-up of local TV coverage of holiday parades: The 2018 Rose Parade Hosted by Cord & Tish, with Ferrell and Shannon playing peppy parade hosts Cord Hosenbeck and Tish Cattigan, respectively. The one-off special, produced by Funny or Die, will stream live on Monday, Jan. 1 at 11 am Et/8 am Pt, right alongside the real Rose Parade coverage.
Svu Planning Harvey Weinstein Scandal Episode in Season 19
17 hours ago
The headline-ripping continues: An upcoming Law & Order: Svu episode will be based on Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and the sexual assault allegations made against him.
The fictionalized account will center on rape culture but till transpose the action to the airline industry, EW.com reports. The series’ writers were working on the story when the Weinstein news broke.
The episode is slated to air sometime in 2018.
Weinstein, of course, has been accused of sexual assault and harassment by several women in the entertainment industry, many of whom spoke about his alleged behavior in New Yorker and New York Times stories in October. »
Timeless Enlists Michael Rady to Recur as Wwi Soldier Rescued by [Spoiler]
18 hours ago
Timeless fans, we have our first bit of casting news for Season 2.
RelatedTimeless Scoop on Old Hollywood Trip
After getting badly injured during battle, Keynes is carried to a farmhouse, where he is cared for by Emma (Annie Wersching) and Carol (Susanna Thompson), who want to save his life. Though he seems helpless at first, Keynes is much more formidable than he initially appears.
Rady — who »
Chicago Med Casts Teen Wolf Vet as Ethan's Troublemaker Sister
19 hours ago
Chicago Med is pulling back the curtain on Dr. Ethan Choi’s family life — but the doc may wish it had remain closed.
RelatedChicago Med Team on Connor/Robin’s Future, Sarah vs. [Spoiler] and More
Emily is a semi-professional gambler who bankrolls her high-stakes betting by cozying up to rich men. She’s fun, likable, energetic, and extremely unpredictable. (Something tells us Ethan’s tolerance level for his sis will be decidedly low.)
Related Chicago P.D. »
Rick and Morty Thanksgiving Video Welcomes Back Fan-Favorite Character
22 hours ago
Rick and Morty fans no longer have to wait until Season 4 (whenever that decides to happen) to see one of their favorite forgotten faces.
RelatedRecap: Rick and Morty Wage War With the President in Season 3 Finale
A new video posted to Adult Swim’s YouTube channel on Wednesday reveals the untold story of Mr. Poopy Butthole, who briefly appeared in the post-credits scene of the Season 3 finale, only to reveal that a lot had changed for him since we saw him last.
Thanks to this video, emotionally titled “The Poop in My Pants,” fans can feel like they were there for all of Mr. »
Ratings: DWTS Hits Finale Low, Chicago Med Ticks Up With This Is Us Lead-In
22 hours ago
Dancing With the Stars on Tuesday night closed out Season 25 with 9.2 million total viewers and a 1.3 demo rating, marking its second-smallest finale audience ever (trailing only Season 24) while hitting a demo low for a Mirrorball Trophy ceremony.
RelatedDWTS Finale Recap: Did the Right Couple Win?
Opening ABC’s night, The Middle (6 mil/1.3) and Fresh Off the Boat (4.3 mil/1.1) were steady.
NBC | The Voice (9.3 mil/1.7) slipped three tenths week-to-week, while This Is Us (9.3 mil/2.5) dipped one tenth. Chicago Med (finally) opened Season 3 with 6.2 million total viewers and a 1.3 rating, improving in the demo versus both Season 2’s average (6.7 mil/1.2, leading »
TVLine Is Thankful For: Grey's Scenery, Outlander Reunion, Timeless Renewal, Flash Fun, Late-Night Hosts and More
23 hours ago
This Thanksgiving, Team TVLine did the nearly impossible: single out what we’re most thankful for from among the small screen’s many, many offerings in 2017.
This year, the much-anticipated Outlander print shop reunion and Star Trek: Discovery‘s blastoff lived up to our high expectations (phew!), while the Will & Grace revival made us chuckle all over again — and boy, did we need that laugh.
We’re also thankful for Grey’s Anatomy getting some fresh air, Riverdale‘s deliciously dark sophomore year and Master of None‘s spectacular Season 2. And while we’re at it, let us express our »
Criminal Minds Sneak Peek: How Is an UnSub Delivering So Many Exclusives?
22 November 2017 6:39 AM, PST
This week’s episode of CBS’ Criminal Minds is speaking TVLine’s language — excluuuusives! — by serving up a serial slayer who has quite the knack for delivering headline-worthy “first looks” at his/her heinous handiwork.
Related2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
In the Season 13 episode “Neon Terror” (airing tonight at 10/9c), the Bau team is called in to investigate an UnSub in Miami who sensationalizes his sordid crimes by feeding the local media exclusive footage. In the exclusive sneak peek above, Jj and Luke (played by A.J. Cook and Adam Rodriguez »
DWTS Season 26 Twist Revealed
22 November 2017 4:41 AM, PST
Dancing With the Stars this spring will clear the dance floor of former sitcom stars, Bachelor contestants and one-hit wonders, instead fielding its first all-athletes edition for Season 26.
RelatedDancing With the Stars Finale Recap: Did the Right Couple Win Season 25?
Co-hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews first made the announcement during Tuesday’s Season 25 finale, during which — spoiler alert! — Jordan Fisher and dance pro Lindsay Arnold took home the Mirrorball Trophy. The 10 athletes set to compete in this spring’s cycle will be revealed at a later date.
It’s no surprise that DWTS would test the waters with »
Chicago Med Team on Connor/Robin's Future, Sarah vs. [Spoiler] and More
21 November 2017 8:00 PM, PST
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s Chicago Med.
That beautiful smile on Dr. Connor Rhodes’ face didn’t stay there for long during Chicago Med‘s Season 3 premiere.
RelatedChicago Med Casts Dr. Sarah Reese’s Dad
After happily bringing home his frisky girlfriend Robin from the hospital, Connor’s delight turned to concern as he began to question if her hyper-sexualized behavior was actually a symptom of her not-so-cured illness.
“It will create tension in their relationship because Connor is always wondering if she’s still ill,” executive producer Diane Frolov tells TVLine, “and Robin always feels »
Dancing With the Stars Finale Recap: Did the Right Couple Win Season 25?
21 November 2017 7:59 PM, PST
Two early frontrunners were pitted against one lovable underdog on Tuesday’s Dancing With the Stars season finale.
Though actor-singer Jordan Fisher and violinist Lindsey Stirling were favorites to win the Mirrorball from Week 1, actor-turned-race car driver Frankie Muniz spent the last two months winning over audience members (and winning votes) by proving himself in the ballroom time and again.
But which finalist walked away with that shiny trophy on Tuesday night?
RelatedDWTS Season 26 Twist Revealed
Before we could find out, Dancing With the Stars treated us to a two-hour nostalgia trip, featuring memorable performances from the season and enough »
This Is Us Recap: Gone Baby Gone
21 November 2017 6:59 PM, PST
Need to catch up? Check out the previous This Is Us recap here.
Holy cornucopia, where in the world is Pilgrim Rick when you need him?!
No, the action of this year’s This Is Us‘ Thankgsiving-adjacent episode doesn’t take place near or on the annual holiday. And yes, a creepy dude wearing a goofy buckle hat probably would be out of place in an hour that focuses on with Kate’s miscarriage and the maelstrom of emotions the loss of a child creates. But even though “Number Two” turns out to be a far more hopeful episode of »
The Flash Recap: The Thinker's Origins Revealed — Plus: Who Came Back?
21 November 2017 6:33 PM, PST
The Thinker may be the fastest mind alive, but Barry’s got a one-track mind that’s obsessed with thwarting the baddie during Tuesday’s The Flash.
RelatedThe Flash Stars Talk Barry’s Obsession With The Thinker, ‘WestAllen’ Tension
After a home visit, Barry becomes convinced that there’s more to DeVoe than his normal professor exterior would suggest. After all, it “wouldn’t be the first time someone played nice and turned out to be our bad guy,” he points out to his friends and family, who remain unconvinced. Barry keeps investigating his supposed foe through questionable means, stealing »
David Cassidy Dead at 67
21 November 2017 6:07 PM, PST
He passed away on Tuesday surrounded by his family, his publicist JoAnn Geffen confirmed to Variety: “On behalf of the entire Cassidy family, it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father, our uncle, and our dear brother, David Cassidy. David died surrounded by those he loved, with joy in his heart and free from the pain that had gripped him for so long. Thank you for »
The Voice Top 12 Results Show Recap: Was the Right Singer Sent Packing?
21 November 2017 6:00 PM, PST
Headed into The Voice’s Top 12 Results Show Tuesday, it looked, based on iTunes rankings and Monday’s TVLine poll, like Shi’Ann Jones was going to be singing for a save — and hopefully, not a Mariah Carey song, either. Team Jennifer’s green teen was last in sales and close to last in votes. So the question was really, Wth was Miley Cyrus wearing?!? No, seriously, the question was, against whom would Shi’Ann be singing, Ashland Craft, Davon Fleming or Red Marlow, who was polling higher than Adam Cunningham but selling worse?
But a funny thing happened on »
Report: Chicago P.D. Star Jason Beghe's Anger Issues Led to Sophia Bush's Exit
21 November 2017 5:02 PM, PST
According to our sister site Variety, NBC investigated Beghe last year after receiving multiple complaints about the actor’s volatile behavior on set. He was subsequently reprimanded and assigned a coach to help him deal with his anger management issues. Variety says Beghe’s “behavior played into [Bush]’s decision to leave” the series.
“When it was brought to our attention that there were »
Designated Survivor: Breckin Meyer to Play Kiefer's Brother in Season 2
21 November 2017 4:24 PM, PST
President Tom Kirkman’s first family is about to get a little bigger.
Breckin Meyer has signed on to join the Season 2 cast of ABC’s Designated Survivor, according to our sister site Deadline, in a recurring role. He’ll play Tom’s younger brother Trey Kirkman, a successful finance whiz who’s an outgoing free spirit — in other words, not a lot like Tom. He and Tom have been estranged for years, but he becomes an important confidante for his brother after they reconnect.
Meyer, known best for film »
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Sneak Peek: Jake and Amy Give Thanks for Holiday Booze
21 November 2017 12:00 PM, PST
Thanksgiving is almost here… and don’t forget to be thankful that you don’t have parents like Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Jake and Amy’s.
Tonight’s Turkey Day-themed episode (Fox, 9:30/8:30c) finds the newly engaged couple hosting their parents for a first-ever holiday dinner together. But in the exclusive clip above, Jake and Amy scramble to find a way to get their parents to bond. Amy suggests a game, but Jake remembers that his dad Roger (guest star Bradley Whitford) always got way too competitive playing “Adult Clue” with him when Jake was a kid. (“All the murder weapons were sex toys, »
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