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Roseanne Revival Burning Qs Answered — What to Expect From Season 10
2 hours ago
ABC’s Roseanne revival is on the way, and you’ve got questions — including but not limited to: Is Dan dead? Is Mark alive? Who the heck is playing Becky? Oh, and: When will it air?!
Since Season 10 was first announced back in May, it seems like nary a week has gone by without new information trickling out, and that has proven difficult to keep up with for even the most dedicated fans. Much of the news has been in regards to casting, as well as how much of the series’ original ending will be retconned to help along the Conner clan’s return. »
Quotes of the Week: Psych, The Gifted, Flash, Will & Grace, Big Bang and More
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All good things must come to an end — including Quotes of the Week.
Although our annual Quotes of the Year roundup is slated for later this month, we’ve already reached the final compilation of new TV dialogue for 2017. That thing about time flying when you’re having fun? We can confirm it’s true.
This time around, we’ve got Happy!‘s ironically pessimistic outlook on life, a meta moment from Psych‘s return, a poorly executed compliment on The Good Doctor and a shout-out to Smallville by way of Lucifer.
Also included in this week’s gallery: double »
iZombie Season 4: Liv Feeds on Snobby Dowager Brain — 2018 First Look
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In Season 4’s second episode, Liv feeds on the noggin of a rich, haughty dowager, and as you can see in TVLine’s exclusive first look, she really gets into character as she takes on the widow’s mannerisms and fashion.
2017 in Review: The Scenes We Desperately Wish We Could Unsee
10 hours ago
Oof. Ugh. Eww. Gag.
Those are just a few of the sounds the TVLine staff made while narrowing down the choices for the year’s grossest, most unsettling, forever disturbing moments from TV shows. And because antipathy loves company, we’re sharing those scenes with you!
All of the incidents captured in the gallery above took place in the past 12 months and made us do everything from cringe to cry out in horror — despite the fact that they aired during our favorite shows.
James Franco Hosts SNL: The Least Bad Bits From an Abysmal Night — Watch
11 hours ago
Despite being overstuffed with Christmas sketches, there were few gifts to be found during this weekend’s Saturday Night Live.
James Franco returned to Studio 8H to promote The Disaster Artist, a movie based on The Room, one of the dumbest films ever made. Ironic, since so much of his latest hosting stint consisted of aggressively dumb material.
The evening got off to a rough start with the cold open, which featured a parade of kids struggling with cue cards and asking Kenan Thompson’s Mall Santa about Sen. Al Franken, Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore and ousted Today show host Matt Lauer. »
Sense8 Series Finale: Cast Promises a Satisfying Ending in New Bts Footage
23 hours ago
Netflix on Saturday gave an update on the highly anticipated Sense8 wrap-up special with the release of a new behind-the-scenes featurette.
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The science-fiction drama was cancelled after two seasons back in June, but the streamer eventually greenlit a standalone series finale. The following footage finds the entire cast back together, thankful for the opportunity to give fans a sense8 of closure.
“I’m glad that the universe conspired to realign what was off-center,” Toby Onwumere says of Netflix’s late-minute change of heart. Adds costar Max Riemelt, “Our show builds bridges [and] empowers people… »
The Walking Dead Fall Finale Photos: Whose Head Is on the Chopping Block?
9 December 2017 4:00 PM, PST
In a sneak peek for Sunday’s fall finale of The Walking Dead (9/8c, AMC), Negan announces to Alexandria, “You lose. It’s over.” And since last week the Saviors escaped from the stronghold that had become their prison, it certainly seems like the villain isn’t counting his chickens before Rick’s goose is actually cooked.
But will Lucille really get to strike out not only Alexandria’s fearless leader but also, as promised, another member of the community? Perhaps there are clues in the photos released by the network in advance of “How It’s Gotta Be.” Among »
Jessica Jones Gets Season 2 Premiere Date, Spider Man-Mocking Teaser
9 December 2017 1:13 PM, PST
Jessica Jones will be back on the case in March.
Netflix announced on Saturday afternoon that its Krysten Ritter-fronted Marvel series will release its 13-episode Season 2 on Thursday, March 8 (aka International Women’s Day, TVLine reader Charles points out) — while also dropping this minute-long teaser (which at the very end “evokes” a lesson Peter Parker once learned):
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In Season 2 of Marvel’s Jessica Jones, the New York City private eye is beginning to put her life back together after murdering her tormentor, »
Awkward Star to Visit Lucifer in 2018
9 December 2017 12:15 PM, PST
Lucifer Morningstar is about to find himself in another Awkward situation.
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Jillian Rose Reed, best known for playing Tamara Kaplan on the aforementioned MTV teen drama, will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Fox’s Lucifer, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Rose Reed will play Cece, the quirky, bubbly and exceptionally-devoted personal assistant of a massive pop star — who also happens to be her best friend whose orbit she has lived in for years.
The MacGyver Cast Watches a Legend Work His Magic — 2018 First Look
9 December 2017 9:00 AM, PST
Photos | Get First Looks at 2018 From Lucifer, New Girl, Will & Grace, X-Files and Last Man on Earth
As reported by TVLine, Morris (whose previous TV role was on CBS’ 2 Broke Girls) is guest-starring in the new year as the proprietor of “Willy’s House of Voodoo,” a small, chintzy tourist trap in New Orleans. Attuned to everything going on with everyone in the Big Easy, Willy also shares a “contentious history” with Jack (played »
Ratings: S.H.I.E.L.D. Slips to Lows With Second Friday Outing, CBS Dramas Rise
9 December 2017 8:37 AM, PST
Marvel’s Agents of Shield this Friday drew 1.93 million total viewers and a 0.5 demo rating, slipping 24 and 28 percent from its two-hour season opener to mark series lows.
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Opening ABC’s night, Once Upon a Time (2.49 mil/0.5) added some eyeballs but was flat in the demo versus the series lows posted by the Nov. 17 double-header (which averaged 2.28 mil/0.5).
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CBS | MacGyver (7.2 mil/0.9) and Hawaii Five-0 (8.9 mil/1.1) respectively rose one and two tenths to match their season highs. »
Performer of the Week: Christopher Meloni
9 December 2017 7:15 AM, PST
The Performer | Christopher Meloni
The Show | Happy!
The Episode | “Saint Nick” (Dec. 6, 2017)
The Performance | The blackest of magic coursed through Meloni’s performance in the premiere of his far-out new Syfy series, an eye-popping comic-book adaptation that emphasizes the “graphic” in “graphic novel.” Though his cop-turned-hitman Nick Sax is a suicidal drunk, the actor kept sparkling faintly in his sad, bloodshot eyes an irresistible glint of mischief, making the character the antihero for whom we hadn’t even realized we’d been holding out.
It really shouldn’t have worked. Nick is pathetic — he even looks like he’d reek of smoke and whiskey. »
2017 in Review: Which TV Character Had the Most Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year? Cast Your Vote!
9 December 2017 5:59 AM, PST
Oh, you think you had a rough 2017? Allow us to introduce you to 15 people who would gladly invite you hold their beer.
For the past 365-ish days, we’ve watched some of our favorite TV characters go through the wringer, whether they were left at the altar (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s Rebecca Bunch), developed a debilitating habit (This Is Us‘ Kevin) or faced a life-threatening brain tumor (Grey’s Anatomy‘s Amelia). And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
For what it’s worth, last year’s top three — as voted by TVLine readers — were Belle (Once Upon a »
Jane the Virgin Boss Talks [Spoiler]'s Kiss, Latest Anezka Twist and More
8 December 2017 7:00 PM, PST
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Friday’s Jane the Virgin.
Jane the Virgin‘s fall finale on Friday rekindled an old flame when Rafael took his own advice to “be brave” and planted a surprise kiss on the titular heroine. But will Jane, who is still nursing a broken heart, want to get back together with her baby daddy?
Elsewhere in the romance department, Alba rejected Jorge’s proposal, even though she had every intention of accepting, and Rogelio reluctantly agreed to go to couples counseling with Xo.
Meanwhile, Anezka went from “not really dead” to “truly dead” when »
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap: Clang, Clang, Clang Went the Trawler
8 December 2017 7:00 PM, PST
This week on ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Coulson and Daisy each went looking for something, while Jemma did her best to help an Inhuman — for better or for worse.
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His interest piqued by the hidden notebook he found in the late Virgil’s quarters, Coulson came to suspect that a recurring number that had been jotted down represented the location of an object in space. Thanks to some quick thinking by Tess, Coulson and Mack got invited along on a trawler run, »
Crazy Ex's Donna Lynne Champlin on Paula's Big Episode, Loving Outlander and Singing About Penises
8 December 2017 6:00 PM, PST
Friday’s fall finale saw Paula head to her hometown of Buffalo to take care of her ailing (and estranged) father. But after Rebecca volunteered to keep an eye on her dad, Paula was free to reconnect with her own Josh Chan: high-school boyfriend Jeff. (She apparently got a very good look at him back then, too, as »
Supergirl to Turn Monday Time Slot Over to Legends for 9 Weeks
8 December 2017 1:00 PM, PST
The good news for Arrowverse fans: Legends of Tomorrow‘s post-holiday return date has been set.
The not-so-super news? Supergirl, which returns on Jan. 15, will be grounded for a bit as its sister series takes over Monday’s lead-off spot.
As previously reported, the freshman superhero series Black Lightning is set to air Tuesdays at 9/8c, leading out of The Flash, starting Jan. 16.
The CW has announced that DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will thus resume Season 3 on Monday, Feb. 12 at 8 pm, where it will finish up its season with nine straight episodes (landing its finale on April 9).
Supergirl will »
TVLine Items: Top Model Premiere Date, Tvd Vet's History Series and More
8 December 2017 12:40 PM, PST
Dust off the runway: America’s Next Top Model will be back for Cycle 24, with returning host Tyra Banks, on Tuesday, Jan. 9 at 8/7c on VH1.
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The new season — which has no contestant age limit, for the first time in the show’s history — will feature guest appearances from former judge Nigel Barker and Season 3 winner Eva Marcille, as well as a crossover with RuPaul’s Drag Race fan faves Valentina, Katya and Manila.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
Scorpion Sneak Peek: Is This Goodbye for Cabe? What'd He Leave the Team?
8 December 2017 12:14 PM, PST
This Monday on Scorpion (CBS, 10/9c), Cabe’s trial gets underway, and he apparently has a plan in place in the event of the worst-case scenario, as revealed in this exclusive sneak peek.
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In the above clip from the episode “Who Let the Dog Out (‘Cause Now It’s Stuck in a Cistern),” we find Cabe (played by Robert Patrick) putting the kibosh on a scheme to sway jurors, before he shares some sad news: his trial is closed to the public, so the team can’t be there to support him. »
Big Little Lies Officially Returning for Season 2; Kidman, Witherspoon to Star
8 December 2017 11:30 AM, PST
The hit miniseries’ story will continue with a seven-episode Season 2, with Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon returning to star and executive-produce. Shailene Woodley, who starred alongside Kidman and Witherspoon in Season 1, is not confirmed to return, but a statement from HBO says that “most of the cast is expected to return, and negotiations are underway.”
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