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Teen Wolf Series Finale Date Set

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Teen Wolf‘s final path is officially set — and it’s a surprisingly winding road.

MTV on Thursday released a complete schedule for the series’ remaining seven episodes, including two weeks of back-to-back runs. It all leads up to the grand finale, an extended episode airing Sunday, Sept. 24 at 8/7c. The full rollout plan is as follows:

Sunday, Aug. 20 | Episodes 614 at 8 pm, followed by 615 at 9 pm

Sunday, Aug. 27 | No episodes! (Pre-empted for the Video Music Awards.)

Sunday, Sept. 3 | 616 at 8 pm

Sunday, Sept. 10 | 617 at 8 pm

Sunday, Sept. 17 | 618 at 8 pm, followed by 619 at 9 pm

Sunday, Sept. 24 | Series finale/100th episode at 8 pm. »

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Tina Fey Crashes Weekend Update, Dings Trump for Charlottesville Response (and Stress Eats)

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Tina Fey returned to SNL‘s Weekend Update desk on Thursday, where the University of Virginia alumna spoke out about the recent white supremacist rallies in Charlottesville.

RelatedSaturday Night Live Season 43 Host Speculation: Gal Gadot? Tina Fey? Millie Bobby Brown? Hillary Clinton?!

“It broke my heart to see these evil forces decsend upon Charlottesville,” Fey began. “Then our president, Donald John Trump — which I don’t think people talk enough about what a stupid, jackass name that is. Donald John? Whatever! He gets away with it because he’s gorgeous. Anyway, Donny John comes out and he says that »

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Project Runway Season 16 Premiere: Was the Right Designer Cut First?

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You probably weren’t expecting to hear the sentence “If your butt is big, let it out!” on Thursday’s Project Runway premiere, so allow me to formally welcome you to Season 16.

RelatedProject Runway: Junior Finale: Who Won Season 2?

The long-running reality series is throwing viewers — and the designers, naturally — a literal curveball this time around by incorporating models of all body types, from Size 2 to Size 22. Some designers welcomed the challenge, while others tried (and mostly failed) to hide their apprehension about working outside their comfort zone.

Hostess Heidi Klum tasked the contestants with creating a runway »

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Thrones' Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Talks Jaime's Fatherly Pride and Brotherly Anger, Bronn in a Speedo?!

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What exactly does one say to a man who’s recently learned he’s expecting his fourth child… with his twin sister? Does “congratulations” really cover it?

That’s the quandry in which we were placed on Thursday when we chatted with Game of ThronesNikolaj Coster-Waldau, who gamely accepted the best wishes on behalf of his incestuous alter ego.

“It’s very, very exciting. It’s wonderful. He’s preparing,” the actor said, laughing. “He’s been out looking at nursery items. And he’s throwing a baby shower for Cersei next week — that’s why we won’t »

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You're the Worst New Trailer Shows the Fallout From Jimmy's Heinous Act

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How will You’re the Worst‘s Jimmy bounce back from abandoning his fiancée last season? By taking a little “me time,” apparently.

The new trailer for Season 4 of Fxx’s caustic rom-com — premiering Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 10/9c — shows us the aftermath of Jimmy callously ditching Gretchen right after proposing to her in last season’s finale. Jimmy runs off to hide out in an old-folks trailer park, growing a patchy beard and befriending a mean old man (Justified‘s Raymond J. Berry) who doesn’t like him very much. And Gretchen’s handling the betrayal super well, too: She »

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Justin Theroux Joins Maniac Netflix Comedy With Emma Stone, Jonah Hill

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In a Departure from his recent dramatic work, The Leftovers star Justin Theroux has signed on to Netflix’s upcoming dark comedy Maniac, TVLine has learned.

The series, an adaptation of a Norwegian comedy, stars Jonah Hill and Emma Stone as patients in a mental institution where Hill’s character has constructed a fabulous fantasy world for himself. Theroux will guest-star on the comedy; details on his character are being kept under wraps right now.

RelatedABC Titan Shonda Rhimes’ Defection to Netflix: Your Burning Qs Answered

The 10-episode project from Paramount TV and Anonymous Content got a straight-to-series order in »

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The 100 Season 5 Recast: Meet the New Actress Playing Clarke's 'Daughter'

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When The 100 returns for its fifth season in 2018, Clarke’s young charge will look a little different than you might remember.

VideosThe 100 Cast Previews Season 5 Reboot, ‘Maternal’ Clarke’s Nutty Nanny, ‘Superdark’ Octavia and More

Lola Flanery, known to Shadowhunters fans as the Seelie Queen’s non-Sarah Hyland form, will take over the recurring role of Madi, TVLine has confirmed. The character, introduced in the Season 4 finale, was originally played by Imogen Tear.

This relationship is hugely important for Clarke,” executive producer Jason Rothenberg tells TVLine of her connection with the young Nightblood. “She’s been with her for five years. »

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Amazon's Galaxy Quest Revival Finds New Life With Writer Paul Scheer

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Amazon is saying “Never give up, never surrender” to its plans to revive Galaxy Quest.

After a year-plus delay, the TV continuation of the 1999 sci-fi comedy is back on track, according to The Hollywood Reporter, with writer/comedian Paul Scheer (The League) now on board to pen the script. (The film’s original writer Robert Gordon had been working on the script previously.)

RelatedThe Jetsons Live-Action Sitcom From Robert Zemeckis Lands at ABC

The original film starred Tim Allen and Sigourney Weaver as cast members of a Star Trek-like TV show who are drawn into an actual intergalactic conflict with invading aliens. »

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Tyrant's Moran Atias Joins Midseason Fox Medical Drama The Resident

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Tyrant alum Moran Atias has been added to the cast of The Resident, Fox’s midseason medical drama fronted by The Good Wife‘s Matt Czuchy.

Focusing on three doctors (played by Halt and Catch Fire‘s Manish Dayal, Czuchry and People vs. O.J. Simpson‘s Bruce Greenwood) and a dedicated nurse (Revenge‘s Emily VanCamp) at different stages of their careers, The Resident promises to “rip back the curtain to reveal the truth of what really happens, both good and bad, in hospitals across the country.” (I’ve screened the pilot and it’s a shame it’s being held for midseason. »

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Legends of Tomorrow: Jessica Jones' Susie Abromeit Cast as Ray's Mom

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Ray Palmer’s mom has got it going on.

The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow has tapped Susie Abromeit, whose TV credits include Marvel’s Jessica Jones (as Hogarth’s girlfriend Pam), Chicago Med and Devious Maids, to guest-star during Season 3 as Ray’s mother, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Abromeit first teased her visit to the superhero team-up series via Instagram, using the behind-the-scenes, in-makeup photo above.

As shared during Comic-Con last month, Episode 4 of the coming season will head to the 1980s to investigate Ray’s childhood, where Abromeit will appear. (It was also reported over the summer that »

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TVLine Items: Locke & Key Casts Lead, This Is Us Adds '70s Mom and More

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Hulu has locked in an actress for a key role in its adaptation of the Locke & Key Idw comic book.

Frances O’Connor (Cashmere Mafia) has been cast as Nina Locke in the horror/fantasy drama pilot, which is being written by the comic’s author Joe Hill and executive-produced by Carlton Cuse (Bates Motel, The Strain).

RelatedHulu Orders Locke & Key Pilot From Writer Joe Hill, Ep Carlton Cuse

As the story goes, Nina, after the gruesome murder of her husband, moves their three kids to their ancestral home in Maine — known as Key House — to be closer to their uncle. »

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The Jetsons Live-Action Sitcom From Robert Zemeckis Lands at ABC

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ABC, meet George Jetson. George Jetson, meet ABC.

The Alphabet network has given a put-pilot order to a live-action sitcom reboot of The Jetsons, TVLine has learned. The remake, first reported here back in June, will update the classic 1960s Hanna-Barbera cartoon about a futuristic family, this time as a traditional multi-camera sitcom. Oscar-winning director Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump, Back to the Future) will serve as an executive producer, with Family Guy writer Gary Janetti penning the pilot.

Janetti’s presence may be a hint about the tone of these new-look Jetsons, which “looks at America’s favorite future family through a modern filter, »

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The Originals Adds Reign, Descendants Stars as Hope and Hayley's Potential Love Interests in Season 5

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We knew that romance (of various sorts) was in store for the Mikaelson women in The Originals‘ fifth and final season, but now we can finally put some faces to names.

RelatedThe Originals Spinoff: CW Boss Confirms Hope-Centric ‘Conversations’

First up is Declan, the flirty Irish chef with whom Hayley will be involved — at least physically, if not romantically — following the eight-year time jump between seasons. Per EW.com, he’ll be played by CW veteran Torrance Coombs, best known for playing Bash in the first three seasons of Reign.

VideosThe Originals Cast Talks Caroline’s Arrival, Hayley’s New Man, »

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Ratings: NBC's Marlon Opens Strong

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NBC’s Marlon opened on Wednesday night to 5.4 million total viewers and a 1.3 demo rating, marking this summer’s No. 1-rated scripted series premiere, new or returning, on the Big 4 networks.

Besting The Carmichael Show’s own August 2015 launch (4.1 mil/1.1) out of America’s Got Talent as well as that cancelled sitcom’s final-season average (3.3 mil/0.7), Marlon improved on the time slot’s summertime average by 41 and 63 percent and delivered the second most-watched summer comedy premiere in four years.

Opening the Peacock’s night, Agt (10.7 mil/2.1) was down 20 and 25 percent from its Tuesday outing.

RelatedFall TV: Your Handy Calendar of 100+ Premiere Dates

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A Look Back at NBC's Infamous Flop Emeril, From Co-Star Carrie Preston

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Hey, remember when celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse had his own NBC sitcom that got yanked off the air after a couple months? Well, Carrie Preston does… because she was in it.

A decade before she won an Emmy for The Good Wife, Preston played kooky (and blonde!) food stylist B.D. Benson on Emeril, which lasted just seven episodes in the fall of 2001. Starring Lagasse as (what else?) a TV chef, Emeril was created by Designing Women alum Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, with a supporting cast that included TV veteran Robert Urich and future The View co-host Sherri Shepherd. But critics were »

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Emmys 2017 Poll: Who Should Win for Supporting Actor in a Drama Series?

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A Prime Minister looks poised for a landslide victory on Emmy night… but can a dark-horse candidate edge him out for the trophy?

Four of this year’s seven nominees for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series come from freshman series, led by frontrunner John Lithgow, who adopted a British accent to play iconic Prime Minister Winston Churchill on Netflix’s The Crown. (Lithgow, by the way, has a whopping five Emmys on his mantel already, three from 3rd Rock From the Sun.) Other first-timers in the mix: Westworld‘s Jeffrey Wright (a winner in 2004 for Angels in America); Ron Cephas Jones, »

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Trump Supporters Insist 'Snowflake' Jimmy Kimmel Should Be Cancelled

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The tables have turned for the king of mean tweets.

Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday followed up on his plea to President Donald Trump’s supporters to jump ship and admit they made a mistake in wake of Tuesday’s white supremacists-defending press conference.

VideosTina Fey Crashes Weekend Update, Dings Trump for Charlottesville Response (and Stress Eats)

“I had a message for those who voted for Donald Trump,” Kimmel began. “I explained that I understood why they did it, but encouraged those who feel deep down like they made a mistake to just admit it and move on — and I have to say, »

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Broadchurch Finale: Wobbly Rape Case Resolution Caps a Solid Final Season

16 August 2017 8:00 PM, PDT

Broadchurch wrapped its third and final season this Wednesday on BBC America, a full four months after the series did so “across the pond.” Were you, the Stateside viewer, able to avoid spoilers for the Axehampton rape case resolution?

RelatedPerformer of the Week: Broadchurch‘s David Tennant

Leading up to and with its final hour, the UK drama dangled a few more red herrings before us — by identifying cab driver Clive’s DNA on the football sock, having Ed find and clumsily contaminate the blood-stained twine used to restrain Trish, detailing Jim’s dicking around on the very night of »

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Mr. Mercedes Recap: Let's Play.

16 August 2017 6:00 PM, PDT

This week on At&T Audience Network’s Mr. Mercedes, the titular taunter reached out to his prey in an old school way, setting the stage for what portends to be a more continuous game of cat-and-mouse.

RelatedMr. Mercedes Premiere Poll: Are You Driven to Watch More of the Stephen King Adaptation?

Presumably the night after he found a “smiley face” tennis ball on his lawn, Bill drowned himself in drink and the loop of a new video, in which Mr. Mercedes “modified,” in a ghastly way, a personal YouTube of his “new mom” victim. While lost in that grim fugue state, »

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Shondaland's For the People Adds Leftovers' Jasmin Savoy Brown as Lead

16 August 2017 5:31 PM, PDT

ABC’s For the People is bringing on a new co-counsel. Jasmin Savoy Brown (The Leftovers) has been added to the legal drama, filling in a lead role re-cast after the pilot, our sister site Deadline reports.

Brown will play Allison, roommate of Britt Robertson’s Sandra, in Shondaland’s midseason series. Lyndon Smith (Parenthood) played the part in the pilot.

In July, Robertson (Girlboss) replaced Britne Oldford as Sandra, a fiercely independent public defender who was driven to become a lawyer after her family suffered a grave injustice. Brown’s Allison is Sandra’s best friend from law school, »

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