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Blood Drive's Colin Cunningham Details the Evolution of Slink — Plus: How He Asked for (And Got) Full Frontal Nudity

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Blood Drive‘s titular race for years had been a subversive affair sneaked to lookie-loos via closed-circuit TV. But as the gauntlet gained a following, evil overlord Heart Enterprises stepped forward with a national broadcast and (gasp/ugh) “notes.”

Julian Slink — the race’s Master of Mayhem — at first waved off the input, steadfastly “trying to retain his integrity as an artist, to come up with something of worth that is meaningful,” says portrayer Colin Cunningham. Or at least “something of worth” as pertains a contest where the cars are fueled by ill-gotten human blood. But in this Wednesday’s »

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Fall TV 2017: Your Handy Calendar of 100+ Season and Series Premiere Dates

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Hopefully your DVR is savoring its summer vacation, resting its gears and what not, because TVLine is about to drop on you more than 100 premiere dates for the Fall TV season.

RelatedFall TV Grid: What’s on When? And Versus What?

Yes, it is time for our famously handy calendar (and it is an actual calendar) of season and series launches, taking flight with Fox’s The Orville and the return of Outlander before going absolutely bonkers the week of Sept. 25, where nearly 60 (!) premieres await you.

PhotosTV Stars Go Back to Work: First Photos From Arrow, Once, Blindspot and More »

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Damon Lindelof 'Curious' and 'Excited' About Inevitable Lost Revival — Plus: Is Watchmen His Next TV Project?

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It’s only a matter of time before ABC declares, “We have to go back!” and commissions a Lost revival. I know it. You know it. And Damon Lindelof knows it.

“I’ve thought about it a lot,” Lindelof, who co-created the seminal mystery thriller, admitted to me over the weekend when he dropped by TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite (watch video, above), adding that he’s both “curious” and “excited” about the possibility of the franchise spawning a second series. “[I] hope that when that happens, whoever is doing it, doesn’t take the characters from the original Lost and »

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Legends Video: Cast, Ep Tease Funny Premiere, 'Stranger Things Episode'

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“We screwed things up, so now we’ve got to put things right.” That’s the duty facing the Legends of Tomorrow in Season 3, Franz Drameh shared during the CW show’s visit to TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite.

RelatedLegends of Tomorrow: Leonard Snart and Damien Darhk Return, Arthur Darvill Now Recurring

Drameh, Victor Garber, a verbose Dominic Purcell, showrunner Phil Klemmer et al proceed to chime in on who might find romance this season (or at least some “nasty in the past-y”), lie about or reveal to Michael Ausiello the historical figures the Waverider crew will be meeting, »

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The Flash's Jessica Camacho Joins Taken Season 2 as a Series Regular

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NBC’s Taken is adding a superhero to its depleted ranks, tapping The Flash‘s Jessica Camacho to join the drama’s rejiggered second season as a series regular, TVLine has learned exclusively.

As we previously reported, Taken is shedding six series regulars — Gaius Charles (John), Brooklyn Sudano (Asha), Monique Gabriela Curnen (Vlasik), Michael Irby (Scott), Jose Pablo Cantillo (Dave) and James Landry Hébert (Rem) — under new showrunner Greg PlagemanClive Standen (Bryan Mills) and Jennifer Beals (Christina Hart) are the only two regulars returning.

Camacho, whose TV credits also include Sleepy Hollow and Last Resort, is set to play Santana, a scary-smart, rule-breaking former Army captain who possesses an acerbic wit and calculated bravado. Her forte is logistics.

Taken‘s 16-episode second season was recently bumped from fall to midseason to give Plageman more time to execute his new vision for the series.


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The Flash: Tom Felton Not Returning as Series Regular for Season 4

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Looks like Julian Albert won’t be part of the effort to rescue The Flash from the speed force.

Tom Felton, who joined the CW drama’s ensemble last year as Barry Allen’s CSI supervisor, will not return as a series regular for Season 4, TVLine has confirmed.

RelatedThe Flash Casts Villainous Thinker, Adds Danny Trejo as [Spoiler]’s Dad

Over the course of his run, Julian went from being a thorn in Barry’s side in the workplace to an unwitting acolyte of Big Bad Savitar to a valued member of Team Flash. He also developed a budding romance with Caitlin Snow, »

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Criminal Minds' Paget Brewster Opens Up About 'Wacky' Run of Cast Changes

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When it comes to Criminal Minds‘ latest one–two punch of cast changes, this is by no means Paget Brewster‘s first rodeo. Rather, it’s almost become Bau (that is, business as usual) for the ever-evolving CBS crime drama.

RelatedCriminal Minds: Damon Gupton Out After One Season

Speaking with Michael Ausiello at the San Diego Comic-Con — where she was promoting the digital release Batman and Harley Quinn (in which she voices Poison Ivy) — Brewster shared, “It’s always hard when someone is gone, whether by choice or not by their choice… but you roll with it.” Being the tight-knit cast they are, »

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Chicago P.D. Promotes Tracy Spiridakos to Series Regular for Season 5

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Chicago P.D. is losing Det. Erin Lindsay, but the Intelligence unit won’t be without some girl power this fall.

Tracy Spiridakos, who recurred as Det. Hailey Upton during Season 4 of the NBC drama, has been promoted to series regular for the upcoming run, TVLine has learned.

RelatedChicago Fire Season 6: Eloise Mumford to Recur as Friend of [Spoiler]’s

A member of the robbery homicide unit, Upton clashed with Voight when she was first introduced in a May episode. She eventually earned the Sergeant’s respect — and even a spot on his unit while Burgess took a leave of absence. »

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TVLine Items: Cranston Bosses Around Family Guy, Mississippi Teaser and More

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Family Guy‘s Peter Griffin might be in for a meth of trouble.

TV’s erstwhile Walter White, aka Bryan Cranston, will voice Peter’s new boss at the Pawtucket Brewery during Season 16, it was announced at the San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend. ClawsNiecy Nash will also lend her voice to the episode, as the wife and business partner of Cranston’s character.

RelatedClaws Renewed for Season 2

The previous brewery manager, Angela, was voiced by the late Carrie Fisher and will appear briefly in the upcoming season. (Fisher recorded lines for at least one more episode before »

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Jordan Klepper's Comedy Central Talk Show Gets Title, Premiere Date

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It’ll be Opposite Day when Jordan Klepper‘s late-night talk show debuts on Comedy Central.

RelatedEd Helms to Dabble in Fake News for Comedy Central Special

The Daily Show correspondent’s new nightly show will be titled The Opposition With Jordan Klepper, and it’ll premiere Monday, Sept. 25 at 11:30/10:30c, right after The Daily Show, the network announced on Tuesday. Daily Show host Trevor Noah will serve as an executive producer on The Opposition, along with Klepper and writer Stuart Miller.

The Opposition aims to cover the gaping political divide in our country right now and “will satirize the hyperbolic, »

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Broad City Gets New, Later Season 4 Premiere Date at Comedy Central

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Broad City‘s Abbi and Ilana are going to show up fashionably late to their own season premiere.

The Comedy Central series, which was originally scheduled to return on Aug. 23, now will be back on Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 10:30/9:30c. The basic cable network announced the change Tuesday.

RelatedEd Helms to Dabble in Fake News for Comedy Central Special

In the new episodes, Abbi and Ilana experience New York City in the winter, get new jobs, celebrate their “friendiversary,” receive a visit from Abbi’s mom, trip on mushrooms, discover their witchdom and travel to Florida. And, as »

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David Harbour Talks Stranger Things End Date: 'We're Getting Out Before... '

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Will Stranger Things be around long enough for us to see Eleven ring in her Sweet 16? Don’t count on it. 

“We don’t have an open-ended thing like The Walking Dead,” co-star David Harbour admitted to me over the weekend when he dropped by TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite (watch video above). “There is an end to all these characters… We’re going to give you something fun and then we’re going to get out before we’ve worn out our welcome. We have a specific story that we’re going to tell.” 

VideosStranger Things‘ (Dark) Season 2 Trailer Riffs on Ghostbusters, »

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You're the Worst Adds Colin Ferguson as [Spoiler]'s New Man in Season 4

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You’re the Worst is spicing things up next season with a little romantic competition.

RelatedYou’re the Worst Season 4, Better Things Season 2 Get Premiere Dates

The Fxx comedy has tapped veteran actor Colin Ferguson (Eureka, The Vampire Diaries) for a major Season 4 arc, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Ferguson will play Boone, a mature, down-to-earth guy who runs a non-profit in Eagle Rock — and who Gretchen (Aya Cash) starts dating.

That news may come as a shock, since Worst revolves around Gretchen’s gloriously dysfunctional romance with Jimmy (Chris Geere). But in last season’s finale, Jimmy abandoned Gretchen right after proposing to her, »

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Ratings: Midnight, Texas Opens Well, Somewhere Between Starts Low

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NBC’s Midnight, Texas scared up decent numbers with its Monday debut, drawing 3.6 million total viewers and a 0.9 demo rating — matching Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge‘s Season 2 average in the time slot and easily besting ABC rival Somewhere Between.

NBC notes that the 0.9 marks the best-rated drama series/season premiere of the summer so far. TVLine readers gave the opener an average grade of “B.”

RelatedMidnight, Texas: Will You Stick With NBC’s Supernatural Drama?

Opening the Peacock’s night, American Ninja Warrior (5.7 mil/1.4) was down a tenth week-to-week.

Over on ABC, The Bachelorette (6.3 mil/1.6) was steady and led the night in both measures, »

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Simpsons Creator's Disenchantment a Go at Netflix, Nat Faxon Among Voices

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Netflix seems rather enchanted with Disenchantment: The streaming video service has ordered 20 episodes of the new, adult animated series from Simpsons creator Matt Groening

Per the official release,

In Disenchantment, viewers will be whisked away to the crumbling medieval kingdom of Dreamland, where they will follow the misadventures of hard-drinking young princess Bean, her feisty elf companion Elfo, and her personal demon Luci. Along the way, the oddball trio will encounter ogres, sprites, harpies, imps, trolls, walruses and lots of human fools.

VideosThe Simpsons ‘Reviews’ President Trump’s First 100 Days in Office, Killing Sean Spicer in the Process — Watch »

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Animal Kingdom Sneak Peek: It Sure Looks Like Pope Doesn't Have a Prayer

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Animal Kingdom’s Pope had better say his prayers, because it would appear that the jig is up — or awfully close to it.

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

In Tuesday’s episode of the TNT drama (airing at 9/8c), the cops press the thief’s girlfriend Amy about the Codys’ recent church heist, then, as you’ll see in this exclusive sneak peek, they pay an unexpected visit to the ex-con’s home. The lead detective says they’re “just dotting [their] I’s and crossing [their] T’s,” but the way she says it suggests that the »

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Late Night: Seth Takes Aim at 'Human Pinky Ring' Anthony Scaramucci

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Multiple late-night hosts set their sights on Anthony Scaramucci, the White House’s new communications director, on Monday night — but Seth Meyers clearly came prepared with the most insults.

“Look at this guy! He’s a human pinky ring,” Meyers began during a new Closer Look segment. “He is the human embodiment of a double-parked BMW. He looks like the guy who leaves a doo-wop group over creative differences. He looks like the only magician you could get on short notice.” (Tell us how you really feel, Seth!)

VideosAmy Poehler and Seth Meyers Revive ‘Really!?!’ SNL Bit for Trump-Related »

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Midnight, Texas: Will You Stick With NBC's Spirited Supernatural Drama?

24 July 2017 7:59 PM, PDT

A small town full of otherworldly beings welcomed a stranger into its midst as Midnight, Texas premiered Monday on NBC. But did the supernatural drama make you feel at home, too?

In a moment, we’ll want to hear what you thought of True Blood author Charlaine Harris’ latest TV adaptation. But first, a brief recap:

RelatedA Few Good Men: Alec Baldwin to Play Jack Nicholson Role in NBC Production

Manfred (The BorgiasFrançois Arnaud) is a rakish psychic/medium of significant ability who’s on the run from some shady folks. He hops in his Rv and hightails it out of town, »

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Sytycd Recap: 4 Memorable Moments From Day 2 at The Academy

24 July 2017 6:57 PM, PDT

So You Think You Can Dance might only get an hour of weekly airtime this summer — but the Fox series knows how to wring every last drop of drama out of those 60 minutes.

Now that the Academy contestants — well, most of them — have survived the hip-hop round, Monday’s episode presented the remaining hopefuls with back-to-back challenges: contemporary and ballroom.

In the hour that followed, a number of seemingly finale-bound dancers were eliminated — and, weirdly, it was their All-Star coaches who did most of the crying. Below, let’s recap the four biggest moments from Monday’s installment:

RelatedCharlize Theron »

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Happy Endings Alum Zachary Knighton Joins Santa Clarita Diet for Season 2

24 July 2017 6:05 PM, PDT

He used to sling Philly cheesesteaks out of a food truck… but now he might be chowing down on something much different.

VideosSanta Clarita Diet Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix — Watch Tasty Teaser

Happy Endings star Zachary Knighton has signed on to join the cast of Netflix’s zombie comedy Santa Clarita Diet in Season 2, according to our sister site Deadline. It’s a major recurring role, but no details on Knighton’s character have been released yet.

Diet, starring Drew Barrymore as a suburban mom who transforms into a flesh-eating zombie and Timothy Olyphant as her hapless husband, »

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