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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on The X-Files, The Walking Dead, The Flash, Once, Lucifer, New Girl, Big Bang and More

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Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Will we see Mulder and Scully’s son William in Season 11 of The X-Files? And, if so, is he more like Mulder or Scully? —Ricarda

Ausiello: Yes, we will see him. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson were cagey about their demon-ish spawn’s identity when I grilled them on stage at New York Comic-Con earlier this month, but the pair were slightly more forthcoming after the panel. Anderson told me the actor (whose name has yet to »

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Penn Badgley Owns Being Gossip Girl: 'I'm Happy to Wear That Crown'

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Six years after ending his run as Gossip Girl‘s Dan Humphrey, Penn Badgley is returning to television as a brilliant bookworm who uses social media to work his way into the life of a striking blonde in New York City. … Wait, what?

“Trust me, the parallels were the first thing that dawned on me when I read the script,” Badgley told TVLine with a laugh during our recent visit to the set of his upcoming Lifetime thriller You.

Based on Caroline Kepnes’ 2014 novel, the series stars Badgley as Joe Goldberg, a bookstore manager who refuses to let anything keep »

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TVLine Items: Good Wife Creators' New Show, Fixer Upper Premiere and More

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The Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King are headed back into the courtroom.

Showtime has given a series commitment to Your Honor, a legal thriller written by Peter Moffat (the UK’s Criminal Justice, which was the basis for HBO’s The Night Of) and executive-produced by the Kings.

RelatedThe Good Fight‘s Erica Tazel Exits as Series Regular Ahead of Season 2

Per the official description, the show “follows the son of a respected judge who is involved in a hit-and-run. Soon after, they are both drawn into a high-stakes game of lies, deceit and impossible choices when »

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Casual Renewed for Final Season

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Hulu is breaking up with Casual, but not before one final fling.

The sibling dramedy, starring Michaela Watkins and Tommy Dewey, has been renewed for an abbreviated fourth and final season, our sister site Deadline reports. The farewell run will debut in 2018 and consist of eight episodes.

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

Casual wrapped its third season on Aug. 1 with a string of cliffhangers: Alex had just discovered that Rae was pregnant with his baby after a drunken one-night romp. Val, meanwhile, found out that daughter Laura (Tara Lynne Barr) had packed her bags and left for Sacramento, »

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Better Things Renewed for Season 3

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FX wants more Better Things.

The cable network has renewed the Peabody Award-winning comedy for Season 3, TVLine has learned.

Currently midway through its second season, Better Things centers on Sam Fox (Louie‘s Pamela Adlon), a working actress and single parent to three daughters: rebellious teen Max (Mikey Madison), mouthy middle child Frankie (Hannah Alligood) and sweetheart Duke (Olivia Edward). She also takes care of her wackadoo mother Phil (Celia Imrie, who recently earned TVLine honors).

Better Things‘ success is testament to the creative genius of Pamela Adlon as a writer, »

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Steve Buscemi In, Owen Wilson Out as TBS' Daniel Radcliffe-Led Comedy Miracle Workers Recasts Co-Lead

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It seems God had a different plan for Miracle Workers.

TVLine has learned that TBS’ forthcoming heaven-set anthology comedy — starring Harry Potter himself Daniel Radcliffe as a dutiful angel — has recast the role of the Lord Almighty, with Boardwalk Empire‘s Steve Buscemi  stepping in for Owen Wilson.

Last Spring, TBS handed a seven-episode order to the Lorne Michaels-produced series, which finds Radcliffe playing Craig, a low level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers. Buscemi will assume the role of Craig’s boss, God, who has pretty much checked out to focus on his favorite hobbies. »

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Supernatural's Mark Pellegrino Teases Lucifer and Mary's 'Old Married Couple' Vibe, 'Contention' With New Michael

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What’s Satan’s worst nightmare? For Supernatural‘s Lucifer, it’s being separated from his son in an apocalyptic alternate dimension, while his foes Dean and Sam play parents to his offspring, who has chosen the angelic Castiel as his father, to pour salt into the wound.

“This is horrible. The stepparents are winning, and it’s not fun,” star Mark Pellegrino tells TVLine with a laugh. “I think Lucifer is going to try to remedy this situation as soon as possible.”

But couldn’t you also say that the Winchesters are keeping his child safe while he’s Mia? »

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Video: Rebecca Strips Down for Her Sexiest Song Yet

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When Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom says that Friday’s episode (The CW, 8/7c) features “the sexiest song we’ve ever done”… well, that’s saying a lot. (Sexier than “The Sexy Getting Ready Song”? “We Tapped That Ass”? “Heavy Boobs”???)

In her ongoing effort to annihilate Josh Chan, Rebecca turns to the worst person she knows: her amoral boss, Nathaniel. “Strip Away My Conscience” — which you can watch in full above — is a jazzy, Bob Fosse-style number, with Rebecca doing a striptease for Nathaniel, flanked by scantily clad backup dancers, and tempting him to teach her how to be bad like him. »

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Nashville Video: Juliette's On-Stage Tirade Tees Up Season 6 Premiere

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When we checked in with Nashville‘s Juliette Barnes at the end of Season 5, she was in a very low place but seemed to be regrouping, reflecting and rebuilding herself as a better person.

Then again, that was a few months ago.

And when the Cmt series returns for Season 6 in January, it appears that Ju’s regained her signature spunk… as well as the inability to pass up an opportunity to speak her mind.

RelatedNashville Finale: Ep Talks Avery/Juliette Reunion (and Rings!), H65’s Chances

“I don’t want your money, I don’t want your attention,” Juliette »

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Ratings: Riverdale Slips From Highs But Stays Strong, Dynasty Flat in Week 2

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The CW’s Riverdale this Wednesday drew 1.78 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating, slipping 24 and 25 percent from its record-setting Season 2 opener but still up sharply from its freshman average of 1 mil/0.4.

RelatedRiverdale Recap: Milkshook

Leading out of that, Dynasty (980K/0.3) in Week 2 lost 22 percent of its total audience while steady in the demo (matching Frequency‘s year-ago rating).

Related2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?


Fox | Empire (5.5 mil/1.8) and Star (4.3 mil/1.3) each slipped two tenths, with the former marking new audience and demo lows.

CBS | Survivor (8 mil/1.7) and Criminal Minds (5.9 mil/1.1) were steady, »

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Survivor's Remorse's Erica Ash to Star in Bet Legal Drama In Contempt

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At least one Survivor’s Remorse star has already booked her next gig: Erica Ash, who played M-Chuck on the recently ended Starz series, will lead Bet’s upcoming legal drama In Contempt.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, Ash will play Gwen Sullivan, a passionate legal aid lawyer who is considered the best public defender in her district of New York City. Bet has given the project a 10-episode, straight-to-series order.

RelatedEminem Blasts Trump in Bet Hip Hop Awards Freestyle Rap — Watch

Terri Kopp (Law & Order, Third Watch) created In Contempt and will serve as showrunner for the Bet-owned series.

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Marvel's The Punisher Gets November Premiere Date, New Trailer

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Daredevil’s adversary finally has a debut date, with Marvel’s The Punisher set for release on Friday, Nov. 17. In addition, Netflix has released a new trailer for the forthcoming series (as seen above).

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

In the 13-episode first season, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) “uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld,” per the official logline. “Now known throughout the city as The Punisher, he must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone.”

The premiere date announcement comes less than two weeks »

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Scandal's Tony Goldwyn Addresses the State of Fitz and Olivia's Union: Life Without Her in Vermont Is 'Painful'

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Thursday’s Scandal (ABC, 9/8c) is finally taking us inside Fitz’s post-presidential life in Vermont — and it’s pretty tragic.

RelatedLast Week’s Scandal Recap: Foreign Relations

Sure, he’s living in a gorgeous mansion stacked with state-of-the-art amenities, but what good is any of that when you barely know how to boil water?

“One of the things that struck me when I spent time in the actual White House was the bubble that the president is in,” Tony Goldwyn tells TVLine (in Fitz’s defense). “For eight years, Fitz hasn’t had to do anything for himself. It »

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Arrow's Juliana Harkavy Clears the Air About Dinah and Diggle's New Vibe

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This week on The CW’s Arrow (now airing Thursdays at 9/8c), while Oliver looks into who is trying to out him as Green Arrow, Dinah Drake has her own mystery to solve — what’s digging at Diggle?

But in the season premiere alone, the new intensity between Black Canary and secret-keeping Spartan has raised a few eyebrows among viewers. TVLine hopped on the phone with Juliana Harkavy, who is now a series regular on the superhero drama, to explore the new Dinah/Diggle dynamic and talk about the love behind the hateful Canary clashes.

VideosArrow‘s Oliver Suggests »

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Mr. Robot Recap: Home, Not Alone

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Need to catch up? Check out our previous Mr. Robot recap here.

Elliot went corporate this week on Mr. Robot in an effort to clean up the mess he made… while one key character paid the ultimate price.

Before we get to Elliot: Joanna Wellick makes her Season 3 debut with a talk-show appearance, taking a victory lap after E Corp’s Scott Knowles was arrested for his wife’s murder — remember, Joanna framed him last season — and insisting Tyrell is “the only man I’ve ever loved.” But that proves to be a costly confession: Her bartender ex Derrick, drunk »

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Riverdale Recap: Milkshook

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Need to catch up? Check out our previous Riverdale recap here.

Riverdale went retro this week with a throwback night at Pop’s diner… but I’m a lot more worried about the town’s future, actually.

Pop’s is now a ghost town, thanks to Fred’s shooting; vandals have even spray-painted “Death Diner” on the walls. (Hey, Fred didn’t die! Fact-check your graffiti, people!) And Archie’s still on edge, chugging energy drinks and pressing Sheriff Keller about finding the masked gunman. He goes further off the rails when he learns of Miss Grundy’s death, and »

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Arrow Photos: Oliver Has a Gift for Felicity, Gets Rewarded With a Kiss!

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Arrow lovebirds Oliver and Felicity have been taking their relationship one (slow) step at a time this season, but they’ll soon be progressing to the gifting and smooching stage.

In these new photos from the Oct. 26 episode (The CW, 9/8c), Oliver stops by Felicity’s loft with a gift in hand. Whatever it is, she really seems to like it, judging by the passionate lip-lock the two share after opening the present.

Also seen in the first-look pics: Chastity Dotson (Imposters) guest-stars as the DC Comics character Onyx, whose rogue black-ops team breaks into Kord Industries and steals something »

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Salvation Renewed for Season 2 at CBS

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The Salvation crew will be back next year to kick some more asteroid: CBS has renewed the summertime thriller for a 13-episode Season 2.

Season 1 ended last month with Pentagon press secretary Grace, Secretary of Defense Edwards (Ian Anthony Dale) and sci-fi author Jillian (Jacqueline Byers) among those sealed off from the world in the Salvation ark hangar for 30 days while the threat of nuclear war loomed, while tech titan Darius (Santiago Cabrera) and MIT whiz kid Liam (Charlie Rowe) stayed topside to revisit the »

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Chelsea Cancelled at Netflix

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Netflix’s Chelsea won’t continue past the end of 2017, host Chelsea Handler announced Wednesday via social media.

In a lengthy Twitter post, Handler attributed the talk show’s cancellation to her desire to “devote as much time as I can to becoming a more knowledgeable and engaged citizen and to focus on projects that have significance to me. My goal is to be better informed, raise my voice, and participate in a more meaningful way.”


Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) October 18, 2017

RelatedGilmore Girls: This Is (Probably) Why Netflix Is So Eager for a Second »

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SNL Is Clearly Mocking Ian Somerhalder in This Sketch About Climate Change

18 October 2017 2:39 PM, PDT

It doesn’t take a CW junkie to unravel the mystery behind this Saturday Night Live sketch — though it certainly helps.

RelatedSNL: Kumail Nanjiani’s Islamophobia Monologue, Kellyanne Is It and More

Originally cut from the Oct. 14 episode due to time restrictions, “Climate Change” stars Beck Bennett as Blake Vilanti, an actor from The CW’s Simon Slays. Blake also happens to “really, really care about the environment,” so he decides he’s going to fix it “…before any other actor.”

This gives way to a fake docuseries called Fixing Earth with Blake Vilanti, in which the brooding »

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