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Once Upon a Time's Season 7 Premiere Title Revealed: What Does It Mean?

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At long last, the Internet has conjured a fresh new crumb of intel on Once Upon a Time‘s new and somewhat-mysterious season.

RelatedOnce Upon a Time‘s Lana Parrilla Has Her Own Season 7 Questions, But Is Excited for Regina’s ‘Next Chapter’

Following a weeks-long drought of information in the wake of the Season 6 finale, which came on the heels of the wedding/musical episode and set the stage for a somewhat “rebooted” Season 7 — in which Henry Mills (now played by The Walking Dead alum Andrew J. West) is a young adult with a storybook-toting daughter, Lucy, he can »


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Younger Premiere: Ep Explains Kelsey's 'Complicated' Reaction to Liza's Truth, Hints at Her New Dynamic With Josh

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Picking up immediately where its third season finale left off, Younger returned Wednesday to a familiar-yet-unlikely threesome: Liza, Kelsey… and the truth!

RelatedYounger Season 4 Video: ‘Josh’ and ‘Charles’ Read Their Raunchiest Instagram Comments From Fans

But if you were hoping that Liza’s Bff would instantly forgive and forget, you — much like Kelsey — were in for a rude awakening. (Frankly, I think the fact that Kelsey maintained her composure and snuck out while Liza was sleeping shows enormous growth on her part, but that’s just me.) And just as Liza was starting to suspect that Kelsey was ready to let it go, »


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Big Brother Season Premiere Recap: Which Vet Returned? Who Got Evicted?

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According to the calendar, summer technically began on June 21 — but for Big Brother fans, the season hasn’t officially started until Julie Chen utters a well-timed, “But first…”

Fortunately, CBS offered a return to normalcy on Wednesday night with the Season 19 premiere of its reality staple, cheekily dubbed “The Summer of Temptation.” Over the course of their 90-day stint, this year’s 16 houseguests will be offered tempting perks that, if taken, will introduce consequences into the house.

RelatedDoubt Update: CBS to Air Cancelled Drama’s 11 Remaining Episodes

As every Bb premiere does, Wednesday’s episode followed a typical trajectory: Alliances »


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Herbie Series in the Works at Disney Xd

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Someone at Disney really loves the Love Bug: Herbie is currently in development as a potential series on Disney Xd, a rep for the network confirms to TVLine exclusively.

The iconic, anthropomorphic Volkswagen Beetle first appeared in Disney’s 1968 film The Love Bug and has been the subject of several movies — including the Lindsay Lohan-fronted 2005 movie Herbie: Fully Loaded. He’s also already been the subject of a 1982 television series, the one-season Herbie, the Love Bug, and a made-for-tv movie.

VideosDuckTales Revival Gets Summer Premiere Date on Disney Xd — Watch New Opening Title Sequence

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Pretty Little Liars Star Reflects on the 'Divisive' Series Finale Reveal, Clarifies a Popular Misconception About A.D.

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Pretty Little Liars‘ series finale concluded with the long-awaited unmasking of its ultimate villain. And just like A.D., her portrayer was prepared for anything — even Internet backlash.

RelatedPretty Little Liars Boss Defends Killing Wren, Answers All of Our Burning Questions From the Series Finale

“You can’t satisfy everybody,” Troian Bellisario — whose character was revealed to have an evil British twin named Alex Drake (aka A.D.!) — admits to TVLine. “I’ve had to consciously remove myself from looking at people’s responses. As wonderful as it is when you get messages from people saying how much they like your performance, »


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Code Black Season 3: Moon Bloodgood Checks In as Rob Lowe's New 'Partner'

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Rob Lowe is venturing out into the field on Code Black next season — and he’s hitching a ride with Moon Bloodgood.

The Falling Skies alum is joining the CBS medical drama’s upcoming third season in the recurring role of Rox, a brassy and competitive paramedic who thinks fast on her feet and doesn’t scare easily. Heroic and full of command, she finds a new challenge in her ride-along partner, Lowe’s Dr. Willis.

RelatedFall TV Schedule 2017: What’s on When? And Versus What?

As exec producer Michael Seitzman explains, Willis — who is an active member of »


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Ratings: Downward Dog Ends on Low Note, World of Dance Holds Steady

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In a word, woof.

ABC’s Downward Dog on Tuesday delivered 2 million total viewers and a 0.5 demo rating (per finals), and then with a second episode/series finale mustered just 1.7 mil and a 0.4 — marking the freshman comedy’s two least-watched, lowest-rated outings.

Opening ABC’s night, a special installment of The Bachelorette (4.5 mil/1.2) was down 14 percent from Monday’s telecast.

RelatedDownward Dog Cancelled at ABC

Over on NBC, America’s Got Talent (12.4 mil/2.5) dipped just a smidgen and as usual dominated the night in both measures. World of Dance (7.5 mil/1.8) meanwhile held steady.

RelatediZombie Ep Talks Undead Twist, Ravi »


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General Hospital: Steve Burton's Return Is Confirmed — Playing Jason...?

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The first shoe has officially dropped.

ABC’s General Hospital confirmed with a teaser promo on Wednesday that Daytime Emmy winner Steve Burton is in fact en route back to Port Charles — begging the million-dollar question: As whom?

RelatedGeneral Hospital: Who’s Leaving the ABC Soap?

After all, the role that landed gold on Burton’s mantel — that of rich kid-turned-hoodlum Jason Morgan né Quartermaine — is currently being played by three-time Daytime Emmy winner Billy Miller (formerly of CBS’ The Young and the Restless, where Burton most recently hung his proverbial hat. Daytime-tv is so very incestuous anymore).

The rumors are true. »


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This Is Us Promotes Pair to Series Regular Ahead of Season 2

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This Is Us is expanding its family of series regulars ahead of its anticipated second season.

TVLine has learned that recurring players Jon Huertas and Alexandra Breckenridge have been promoted to full-fledged series regulars.

RelatedThis Is Us Editorial: This Is TVLine Deciding to Not Obsess About Jack’s Death

Huertas’ Miguel, who’s been a This Is Us fixture from the start, is one of a handful of characters appearing in multiple timelines. In the past, he’s the best friend of Jack (Milo Ventimiglia). In the present, he’s the husband of Jack’s widow Rebecca (Mandy Moore »


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TVLine Items: White Princess Star Gets Killing, Depp's True Crime and More

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BAFTA-nominated actress Jodie Comer (The White Princess, Thirteen) has been cast opposite Grey’s Anatomy alum Sandra Oh in the BBC America original series Killing Eve.

RelatedGrey’s Anatomy’s Sandra Oh to Star in BBC America Thriller Killing Eve

The drama, based on novellas by Luke Jennings, centers on Villanelle (played by Comer), a talented assassin, and Eve (Oh), the quick-witted security operative tasked with hunting her down.

Comer’s previous television credits also include BBC One’s Doctor Foster and E4’s My Mad Fat Diary.

Killing Eve is slated to debut in 2018.

RelatedElisabeth Moss to Play »


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Glee Vet Naya Rivera to Star in Step Up Series at YouTube Red

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Glee alumna Naya Rivera will be channeling her inner Mr. Schue for Step Up: High Water.

The actress will star opposite singer-dancer Ne-Yo as a school admin/mentor in YouTube Red’s original series, based on the popular dance film franchise, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedStep Up TV Series Coming to YouTube

The forthcoming drama — executive produced by Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum, who starred together in the first movie — is described as a heart-pounding, sexy, music-filled story about dancers at Atlanta’s famed High Water Performing Arts School.

Rivera will play Collette, a former dancer-turned-High »


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Tales of the City Revival Eyed at Netflix

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Revival-enamored Netflix is looking to resurrect another beloved television tale.

TVLine has learned that the streamer is developing a 10-episode, present-day continuation of Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City. Sources confirm that original cast members Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis are attached to star, with other Tales vets expected to join them. 

Netflix declined to comment.

This would mark the fourth TV chapter of the Lgbt-themed, San Francisco-set Tales, following the landmark 1993 version (which aired stateside on PBS) and the “sequels” More Tales of the City and Further Tales of the City, which ran on Showtime in 1998 and 2001, respectively. »


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Pretty Little Liars Boss Defends Killing [Spoiler], Answers All of Our Burning Questions From the Series Finale

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How do you even begin to wrap up seven years of twists, secrets and mysteries? If you’re Pretty Little Liars showrunner Marlene King, you give it your all and hope for the best — knowing full well that you can’t please everybody.

RelatedPretty Little Liars Series Finale Recap: Grade the Girls’ Big Goodbye!

“I had to stay off social media [after the finale], because people who don’t like things are always more vocal than people who do,” King tells TVLine. “We did our best, and you can see how much care, attention, love and hard work was put into that episode — not just from me, »


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You're the Worst Season 4, Better Things Season 2 Get Premiere Dates

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FXX has announced a Season 4 premiere date for You’re the Worst, while FX has set a Season 2 premiere for Pamela Adlon’s Better Things.

First up, You’re the Worst will return with back-to-back episodes on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 10/9c. The critically acclaimed, anti-romcom tells the story of Gretchen and Jimmy, who we last saw get engaged in the Season 3 finale. »


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Castle Rock: Melanie Lynskey to Star in Hulu's Stephen King-j.J. Abrams Drama

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Melanie Lynskey has scared up the female lead in Castle Rock, Hulu’s forthcoming horror show from Stephen King and J.J. Abrams.

Based on King’s short stories, the 10-episode project is set in the fictional Maine town that’s often featured in his novels. Hulu is billing it as “a first-of-its-kind reimagining that explores the themes and worlds uniting the entire King canon, while brushing up against some of his most iconic and beloved stories.” 

Lynskey, best known to TV audiences as Two and a Half Men‘s Rose, will play Molly Strand, a woman with a rare medical »


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Bates Motel's Olivia Cooke to Star in Vanity Fair Adaptation for Amazon

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Bates Motel ingenue Olivia Cooke is set to play Becky Sharp in the latest adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s Vanity Fair.

RelatedGlenn Close Cast In Zombie Comedy Pilot for Amazon

Published in 1848, the classic novel follows the lives of Becky, Emmy Sedley and their friends and families during and after the Napoleonic Wars. The new, seven-part Amazon Studios/ITV co-production, per Deadline, promises to chronicle Becky’s “attempts to claw her way out of poverty and scale the heights of English Society,” unspooling her “story of villainy, crime, merriment, lovemaking, jilting, laughing, cheating, fighting and dancing.” Filming is expected to start in September. »


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Stephen Colbert, Nasa Take On Gwyneth's Magical Goop Stickers

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The odds of a “magic healing sticker” being an effective alternative to health care are even slimmer than the odds of Gwyneth Paltrow agreeing to appear on The Late Show again.

PhotosColbert Takes Late Show to Russia, Trolls President Trump on Twitter

Stephen Colbert on Tuesday made a mockery of the Academy Award winner’s Goop lifestyle brand, which has released a line of wearable stickers that allegedly “treat conditions like hangovers, help you with mental focus and even hydrate” — all for the low, low price of $60. “Previously, if you wanted wearable stickers that promote healing, you had to buy a box of Band-Aids, »


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Blood Drive: How Syfy's Grindhouse Road Race Navigated Nip Slips and Roared Off the Starting Line

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The hot rods competing in Julian Slink’s Blood Drive may be fueled by the red stuff, but Syfy’s freshman drama is powered by all manner of envelope-pushing perversity.

Airing Wednesdays at 10/9c (and not a minute earlier, whew), the grindhouse-style series stars Christina Ochoa (of The CW’s upcoming Valor) and Alan Ritchson (Blue Mountain State) as Grace D’Argento and Arthur Bailey, an experienced (and ribald) racer and the do-right lawman she is reluctantly partnered with on the titular gauntlet. In this richly realized dystopia, human blood is the new gasoline, mortality is a given and the »


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Pretty Little Liars Series Finale Recap: Grade the Girls' Goodbye to Rosewood

27 June 2017 7:09 PM, PDT

After seven long years, give or take a few time jumps, the town of Rosewood is finally at peace.

Post MortemPretty Little Liars Boss Defends Killing [Spoiler], Answers All of Our Burning Questions From the Series Finale

The series finale of Pretty Little Liars finally brought Aria, Hanna, Emily, Spencer and Alison’s collective nightmare to an end, revealing the identity of A.D. and tying up (nearly) every loose end left untied from the past seven seasons.

Ahead of Tuesday’s finale, executive producer Marlene King — who also wrote and directed the farewell event — told TVLine that the episode »


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iZombie Ep Talks Undead Twist, Ravi's Fate and 'Radical Change' in Season 4

27 June 2017 6:59 PM, PDT

Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s iZombie finale.

Welcome to the brave new iZombie world.

The CW drama’s season finale on Tuesday set up what will be a very different Season 4, with the undead out in the open. But before we get into what that means for Liv & Co., let’s recap just how zombies came out of hiding.

RelatedThe CW Sets Fall Premiere Dates for Flash, Supernatural, Dynasty, 7 Others

After discovering that a faction inside of Fillmore Graves, led by Carey Gold, was responsible for Wally and Vivian’s deaths, as well as the Aleutian flu outbreak, »


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