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Once Upon a Time's Season 7 Reboot: What's Working, What Isn't
2 hours ago
Eight episodes into Once Upon a Time‘s ambitious Season 7 — and with the midseason finale arriving on Dec. 15 — TVLine decided it was time to take stock of what’s working with the “requel”… and what has thus far been less-than-magical.
Season 7 got off to an admittedly bumpy start, depositing us as it did in a new world filled with largely new faces, while even the familiar ones weren’t quite (yet) the characters we had come to know and love. The Rumbelle-centric hour (and its big reveals), coupled with an Emma/Hook catch-up (which eased many concerns while also birthing »
How Did Supergirl Ship Stay Hidden? Is This Is Us' Toby Too Much? Does iPad Kid Irk? Best Med Couple? And More Qs
6 hours ago
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Curb Your Enthusiasm, Supergirl, Chicago Med and Criminal Minds!
1 | To echo many a Once Upon a Time fan: How can Wish Hook have flashbacks to a time before the original Dark Curse, seeing as we were told the Wish Realm didn’t “exist” until Emma wished for it (in 6×10)? Speaking of the alt-pirate, does “awake” Rumple in Hyperion Heights know that Rogers isn’t the real Hook? (Or might that be made clear »
Thanksgiving Ratings: Young Sheldon Surges to Hit Thursday High
7 hours ago
CBS’ Young Sheldon gobbled up a generous helping of the 18-49 demo on Thanksgiving night, surging 30 percent week-to-week to score its best rating — 2.6 — since its special Monday preview.
Related2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
Leading out of that, Mom (8 mil/1.8) and Life in Pieces (5.9 mil/1.3) respectively rose 29 and 18 percent to both hit season highs in the demo, while S.W.A.T. (5.8 mil/1.1) rose two tenths to match its premiere rating.
RelatedS.W.A.T. Gets Full-Season Order at CBS
Opening the Eye’s night, a Big Bang rerun (12.1 mil »
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Revival Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix
8 hours ago
Mystery Science Theater 3000 acolytes had reason to be extra grateful this Thanksgiving: Netflix on Thursday renewed the rebooted revived cult fave for a second season (or 12th season, if you’re thinking cumulatively).
The streamer made the announcement (which you can watch above) at the conclusion of the annual holiday marathon on YouTube. While there’s no specific timetable for the release of the new episodes, Netflix teased that the show — featuring hosts Joel Hodgson, Jonah Ray and Felicia Day — would return “in the not-too-distant-future.”
The inaugural season of Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return launched last spring, nearly »
The Riverdale Cast on Jingle-Jangle, the Party Drug With the Silly Name
9 hours ago
There’s a new street drug sweeping through Riverdale… and its side effects may include uncontrollable giggling when you hear its name said aloud.
In Season 2, the CW’s teen drama has not only introduced a roving serial killer, but also an illicit party drug known as “jingle-jangle”: a white powder served in Pixy Stix-like straws that delivers an energetic, euphoric high to its users. It’s the drug of choice among Riverdale’s rebellious youth this season — and its name has led to quite a few stifled laughs among the cast.
“Can you imagine having to say ‘jingle-jangle »
Grey's Anatomy Stars Defend 'Jaggie,' Hint at a 'Real Hard Left Turn' Coming
11 hours ago
If anyone is going to have a harder time than the audience accepting the pairing of Grey’s Anatomy stepsiblings Jackson and Maggie, it’s her father, Richard. How will he react when he finds out about their growing interest in one another? “I’m trying not to think about that!” portrayer James Pickens Jr. told TVLine at the ABC drama’s recent 300th-episode celebration. “Leave it to Shonda [Rhimes, the series’ creator].
RelatedGrey’s Ep Promises to Deal With Jackson and Maggie’s Stepsibs Issue
“I don’t want to divulge [too much],” he added, “but I think she’s setting it up to make »
Arrow Recap: Cayden James' Beef Is Revealed, Plus William Meets [Spoiler]
21 hours ago
Arrow‘s Thanksgiving-themed episode on Thursday was stuffed with dramatic developments — including the reveal of a Big Bad’s true beef and the return of a smiling face.
The holiday started off lovely enough for Oliver & Co., as he segued from a successful food drive to the unveiling of the (very quickly constructed) new police precinct. It was during the latter ceremony, though, where FBI Agent Watson showed up to arrest the mayor, in front of his son and the public, on charges related to his (alleged!) activities as the Green Arrow.
Watson seems to have a “smoking gun” to »
Supernatural Recap: [Spoiler] Returns — and Forms a Shocking Alliance
22 hours ago
Supernatural‘s Dean and Sam got a most unwelcome surprise this Thursday, in the form of the return of an old, “dead” foe, the British Men of Letters’ Mr. Ketch. (Mary did shoot him in the head, but this is Supernatural, so silly them — and me — for thinking he was gone.)
RelatedSupernatural Star Talks Guilty Jack’s ‘Darkness’ and the ‘Danger All Around’
At first, Ketch — who is going after witches as a hunter for hire — tries to convince the Winchesters that he’s actually Arthur’s twin brother, Alexander. For real. If you’re thinking that’s too unbelievable, »
Glow's Betty Gilpin Prepares For Wrestling Dramedy's Season 2: 'I Feel Like My Soul Was in a Five-Car Pileup'
23 November 2017 1:32 PM, PST
The thing about being one of the leads in a 1980s-set dramedy about lady wrestlers is, your look is still stuck in the Reagan era even after the cameras stop rolling for the day.
“I’m looking at my gel French manicure now, and that, combined with my spray tan, every public place I walk into, I want to clink a glass, like, ‘Ding, ding, ding’ and announce that this is for a character and not from my personal choice,” Glow‘s Betty Gilpin says, chuckling.
Arrow Stars Preview Oliver's Derailed Thanksgiving, Cayden James' Revenge
23 November 2017 11:00 AM, PST
Thanksgiving, you have failed Oliver Queen.
During this Thursday’s Arrow (The CW, 9/8c), Oliver’s Turkey Day celebration with his son William and girlfriend Felicity goes like “every other holiday or moment that should be fun, which is to say that it goes to s–t almost immediately. Like, in Act One,” star Stephen Amell previewed during TVLine’s set visit. But there is a silver lining to all the drama: “It ends on a relatively happy note,” the actor added.
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For Amell, the hour was his »
The Four Promo: Diddy Touts Fox's Battle of 'Vocal Gladiators'
23 November 2017 9:54 AM, PST
Sean “Diddy” Combs, DJ Khaled, Meghan Trainor and record label executive Charlie Walk are here in a new promo to lay out the premise for The Four: Battle for Stardom, Fox’s upcoming singing competition.
RelatedABC’s American Idol Revival Sets March Premiere Date
Premiering Thursday, Jan. 4 and adapted from an Israeli format, the series “begins where the other shows end,” with a quartet of finalists already culled from a nationwide talent search. Those singers then fight each week to defend their coveted positions, as newcomers try to knock them out of the competition. The prize for the last singer »
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2017: Awkward Turkeys, Sexy Santa and More
23 November 2017 9:16 AM, PST
The 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade went down Thursday morning with giant balloons, familiar faces and more lip syncing than a Britney Spears concert.
And although it was light on drama this year — #neverforget the great Savannah Guthrie/Miss Piggy feud of 2016 — we still found plenty to discuss. Like when Al Roker asked Colin Donnell about his show, Chicago Ed. Or when Girl Meets World‘s Sabrina Carpenter got upstaged by the Pillsbury Doughboy. (Ok, maybe there was some drama, after all.)
Browse our gallery of must-discuss parade moments — you can click here for direct access — then drop a comment with your thoughts. »
It's Official: Seth Meyers to Host the 2018 Golden Globes
23 November 2017 8:26 AM, PST
Late Night frontman Seth Meyers has formally closed a deal to host the Golden Globe Awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced on Thursday. The 2018 telecast is set for Sunday, Jan. 7 on NBC.
RelatedRise Trailer: NBC’s Music-Themed Drama Is More Fnl Than Glee
“The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is excited to have Seth Meyers host the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards,” HFPA President Meher Tatna said in a statement. “With his natural comedic wit and innate ability to charm audiences, Seth will help us carry on the celebratory tradition of recognizing the best in television and film at the Party of the Year. »
Ratings: Charlie Brown Leads Quiet Thanksgiving Eve, CBS Dramas Steady
23 November 2017 8:23 AM, PST
ABC’s broadcast of A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving this Wednesday drew 6.7 million total viewers and a 1.7 rating, down 7 and 15 percent from last year but still leading the night in the demo.
Closing the network’s night, leading out of sitcom reruns, a special 20/20 did 3.6 mil and a 0.8.
Related2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?
Rise Trailer: NBC's Music-Themed Drama Is More Fnl Than Glee
23 November 2017 7:33 AM, PST
Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t… not sing?
NBC on Thursday released the first extended look at its music-themed midseason drama Rise and it has Friday Night Lights boss Jason Katims’ literal and figurative fingerprints all over it. Created by Katims, Rise tells the story of a high school teacher (How I Met Your Mother‘s Josh Radnor) in a working-class town who “sheds his own self-doubt and takes over the school’s lackluster theater department.”
RelatedThe Friday Night Lights Movie Is Dead
Earlier this week, NBC announced that Rise will air a special preview episode on Tuesday, March 13 at 10/9c, »
Friends Thanksgiving Quiz: How Well Do You Remember the Holiday Episodes?
23 November 2017 6:54 AM, PST
Holidays can be a joyous time with family — or a wonderful time to catch up with Friends.
The classic sitcom made Thanksgiving an annual tradition — except for that one year it was too busy with Ross, Rachel and the world’s most unnecessary pros-and-cons list (Julie, really?!) — leaving millions of viewers to anticipate how the Central Perk Six would celebrate the gluttonous occasion. Whether the holiday was marked by the disappearance of a certain Macy’s Parade staple, or the arrival of A-list guest stars like Brad Pitt and Christina Applegate, you knew to expect something out of the ordinary. »
TVLine Readers Give Thanks for Arrow Romance, Thrones' Arya, Supernatural Resurgence, Sense8 Movie and More
23 November 2017 5:00 AM, PST
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)
22 November 2017 8:01 PM, PST
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
22 November 2017 4:05 PM, PST
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
22 November 2017 1:55 PM, PST
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. »
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