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Legion Recap: Out, Patient!

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Need to catch up? Check out the previous Legion recap here.

Good news, everyone! This week’s Legion cleared up a lot about what’s really going on in David’s head — and also set the stage for a guns-blazing showdown in next week’s finale.

Things look pretty bad at the start: Kerry is still being chased by that creep Walter through the halls of Clockworks, while Lenny interrogates Nurse Amy about the day her family adopted David as a baby. (“What did he do with it?” she demands to know — “it” being a metal X insignia, it looks like. »


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Are Designated Survivor's Press Briefings Wackier Than Sean Spicer's?

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When watching this week’s Designated Survivor, as Seth Wright once again braced to face the White House press corp, I couldn’t help but channel Bill Murray a la Tootsie:

This is one nutty administration.

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Because no matter how President Kirkman, stepping in to drop the bombshell (#TooSoon?) himself, stoically couched things, he was basically saying this:

“Hey, everyone, it’s me. The former SecHUD who after a recent, cataclysmic attack on the Capitol down the street, became President of the United States. »


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Arrow Recap: Oliver's Big Secret Is...

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Wednesday’s Arrow takes Oliver into the dark recesses of his own psychology as Adrian Chase pressures the hero to confess the one thing he’s been afraid to admit, even to himself. When the truth comes out, it’s ugly.

RelatedArrow‘s Stephen Amell, Ep Talk Gnarly ‘Deconstruction of Oliver Queen,’ Game-Changing Secret

Over six grueling days, Chase does everything short of killing a chained-up Oliver to get him to ‘fess up. All of his loved ones are in danger until he spills his secret, Chase warns, and to drive his threat home, he pulls out Felicity’s »


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The 100 Recap: A Little Fall of Rain

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If you’ve always wondered what the stars of The 100 would look like stripped down and soaked in water, you probably had a field day during Wednesday’s episode.

RelatedThe 100: Eliza Taylor Details Clarke’s ‘Beautiful’ Relationship With Niylah

Sadly, it wasn’t a boy-girl pool party that resulted in Skaikru’s disrobing, but rather an unexpected shower of deadly black rain, one which depleted Arkadia’s water supply — and led to an unlikely romantic pairing.

You know what, let’s just get that part out of the way: After seeking shelter in a cave, Octavia »


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Empire: The Incredible Story Behind That Insane Cookie-Lucious Fight

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Oh, and Anika? That is a fracas.

After a months-long hiatus, Empire came roaring back Wednesday night with an episode that saw the simmering tension between Cookie and Lucious finally detonate. Lucious’ decision to promote wife Anika into the top A&R spot was the final straw for Cookie, who grabbed a baseball bat and morphed into a one-woman wrecking ball that destroyed, among other things, Lucious’ shrine of gold records and treasured grand piano. At one point, she even leveled a blow at his head.

RelatedDemi Moore Joins Empire for ‘Treacherous’ Recurring Stint

Throughout the spectacular sequence — directed »


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Fargo Season 3 Trailer: Blood, Snow and Dueling Ewan McGregors

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Winter is coming… actually, winter never seems to leave on Fargo, does it?

The official trailer for Season 3 of FX’s parka-clad crime anthology — debuting Wednesday, April 19 at 10/9c — just dropped, and it gives us a great look at Ewan McGregor’s dual roles as a pair of polar-opposite brothers: Emmit, the tuxedo-clad “Parking Lot King of Minnesota,” and Ray, the balding parole officer who resents his brother’s success. Here, Ray comes to his brother begging for a little help: “You still owe me from what happened when we were kids.” But Emmit’s reluctant to open his wallet again: “Where does it end? »


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Sytycd, Love Connection Reboot Get Summer Premiere Dates at Fox

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Fox has its summer plans all set: The network announced premiere dates for eight of its summer shows on Wednesday, including Season 14 of the dance competition So You Think You Can Dance and the reboot of ’80s game show Love Connection, with Bravo’s Andy Cohen hosting.

RelatedNBC’s Night Shift, America’s Got Talent, Carmichael Show, JLo’s World of Dance and Midnight, Texas Get Summer Dates

Also on Fox’s summer schedule: Beat Shazam, a new game show hosted by Jamie Foxx with contestants identifying hit pop songs; Gordon Ramsay’s new live cooking show The F Word, »


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Chris Brown to Appear on black-ish

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Controversial musician Chris Brown will guest-star on an upcoming episode of ABC’s black-ish, EW.com reports.

The “Forever” singer will play a a rapper named Rich Youngsta. Dre will be excited about working with the recording star, only to be met with Ruby and Bow’s disapproval of Rich Youngsta’s reliance on negative stereotypes.

RelatedTVLine Items: Rashida Jones’ black-ish Role, Drama High‘s New Title and More

Brown acted in three episodes of The O.C.‘s fourth season and has made numerous other TV appearances to promote and perform his music. One of these, a 2011 visit to ABC’s Good Morning America, »


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John Cho to Play Billy Eichner's Boyfriend on Difficult People Season 3

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Billy Eichner’s Difficult People character is about to get his “first real boyfriend”… and he’s landed a good one.

John Cho has signed on to play a key recurring role in Season 3 of the Hulu comedy, the network announced Wednesday. Cho will appear in multiple episodes as Todd, an advertising executive who’s every bit as mean and twisted as Billy (Eichner) and Julie (Julie Klausner). In fact, Todd and Billy meet while one-upping each other in a prank war; they soon couple up, as Billy explores his first romantic relationship as an adult. (Well, “adult.”)

PhotosDifficult People‘s TV-iest Takedowns: Scandal, »


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The Knick Season 3 Update: 'I've Heard It's Done,' Co-Star Says

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Like an alarming number of Dr. Thackery’s patients, The Knick seems to have drawn its last breath.

Although there’s no official word from Cinemax, it appears unlikely the Clive Owen-starring medical drama will return for a third season, according to This Is Us star Chris Sullivan, who played The Knick‘s gruff ambulance driver Tom Cleary.

RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?

“Yeah, I’ve heard it’s done,” Sullivan told TVLine on the PaleyFest red carpet. “They were gonna try [to do a third season], but I’ve heard it’s done. »


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Supergirl Promotes Katie McGrath (aka Lena Luthor) to Series Regular

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Kara and Lena’s friendship is being given a chance to thrive — or go down in flames, we’ll have to wait and see — on Supergirl.

RelatedVote: Was The Flash‘s Crossover ‘Duet’ With Supergirl Musical Perfection?

Recurring actress Katie McGrath has been promoted to a full-fledged series regular in Supergirl‘s third season, our sister site Deadline reports.

First introduced in the CW drama’s second season premiere, McGrath plays Lena Luthor, the sister of legendary Superman villain Lex Luthor. Though she appears to be shaking off the stigma that comes with being a Luthor — her mother Lilian serving »


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The Originals Season 4 Extended Trailer (Finally) Reunites Klaus and Hope

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After five long and painful years — emphasis on that second part — Klaus Mikaelson is finally about to have a conversation with his daughter. (And it’s even more adorable than you imagined.)

RelatedPost Mortem: The Originals Ep Explains Creepy Season Premiere Cliffhanger, Confirms a Death

The CW on Wednesday released an extended trailer for The Originals‘ current season, giving us a look at the good, the bad and the ugly — well, The CW’s version of “ugly,” at least — still to come.

“I know what you are,” Hope tells Klaus during a stroll through the woods. “The strongest in the world, »


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David Boreanaz In, Jim Caviezel Out as Star of CBS' Navy Seal Drama

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In an 11th hour recast, Bones vet David Boreanaz has replaced Person of Interest‘s Jim Caviezel as the star of CBS’ Navy Seal drama pilot, TVLine has confirmed.

Cavizel left the project earlier this week due to creative differences, per our sister site Deadline.

Boreanaz recently wrapped his 12-season run on Fox’s Bones; the show’s series finale airs next Tuesday.

Written by Justified alum Ben Cavell, the potential series follows the lives of the elite Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, »


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Daytime Emmy Nominations: Y&R Leads Soap Opera Pack With 25 Nods

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Nominations for the 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards were announced on Wednesday on CBS’ The Talk, and it looks to be a horse race among the four surviving sudsers.

RelatedDays of Our Lives Renewed at NBC

CBS’ The Young and the Restless walked away with a slight lead, amassing 25 total nods to the 23 netted by both ABC’s General Hospital and CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful. NBC’s Days of Our Lives followed closed with 22 nominations.

This year’s Daytime Emmys will be held Sunday, April 30 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Southern California, with the Creative Arts »


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TVLine Items: MST3K Revival Trailer, Michael Bolton's on a Boat and More

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One week after announcing a premiere date, Netflix has released a teaser trailer for its revival of the beloved, Emmy-nominated Mystery Science Theater 3000 .

RelatedMST3K: Joel Hodgson Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Revive Series

The new Satellite of Love cast includes Patton Oswalt (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) as TV’s Son of TV’s Frank, Felicia Day (Supernatural) as Kinga Forrester and new test subject Jonah Ray (Fantasy Hospital). Check out the trailer:

The late-’80s/’90s sci-fi series was originally cancelled after 10 seasons, but creator and original host Joel Hodgson wasn’t ready to quit. Backed by one of »


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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Grey's, Bones, Arrow, Grimm, Once, Bates Motel, Hawaii Five-0, Walking Dead 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: Any intel on the Grey’s Anatomy finale? I haven’t heard a peep! —Megan

Ausiello: That’s about to change in 3, 2… “It’s pretty dramatic and pretty intense,” Kevin McKidd teased to TVLine at PaleyFest over the weekend. “It’s pretty dark and very good. Debbie [Allen]’s going to direct it, and it’s going to be amazing.” Owen’s portayer adds that unlike previous closers, Season 13’s climax won’t be centered around a catastrophic event. »


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Orphan Black Season 5 Finally Reveals the Clones' Origins — See First Photos

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We may not be ready to bid Orphan Black farewell, but at least the sci-fi drama is leaving us with a hell of a parting gift.

VideosOrphan Black Ep, Cast Talk Final Season Theme, ‘Touchy’ Clone Question

BBC America on Wednesday released 10 new images from the series’ upcoming fifth and final season — premiering Saturday, June 10 at 10/9c — teasing Sarah and the clones’ deadliest (and most revealing) adventures yet.

Per a release from BBC America, “the walls close in on Sarah when nearly all her sestras and their allies are brought to heel by Rachel. Even more harrowing is that »


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Ratings: Penultimate Bones Surges, Flash Rises With Musical

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The Flash‘s musical mash-up with Supergirl on Tuesday night delivered 2.7 million total viewers and a 1.0 rating (per finals), rising 13 percent and a tenth week-to-week.

TVLine readers gave the episode an average grade of “A-,” while the ballad “Runnin’ Home to You” earned the highest marks of the five songs.

RelatedThe Flash‘s Grant Gustin, Candice Patton Open Up About the Latest ‘WestAllen’ Development, Tears That Were Shed

Leading out of that, an eventful Legends of Tomorrow (1.72 mil/0.6) rose 28 and 20 percent, delivering its best audience since Feb. 7.

Elsewhere on the night….

Fox | New Girl (2 mil/0.8) was steady, while The »


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Love Actually Cast Reunites for NBC's Red Nose Day — Watch Teaser Trailer

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The stars are (re)aligning for this year’s Red Nose Day.

PhotosRed Nose Day 2016: Game of Thrones‘ Ramsay Sings, 11 Other Key Moments

Comic Relief, Inc., the organization responsible for the annual charity telethon, has reassembled the cast of 2003’s Love Actually for a sequel (of sorts), and all your favorites are taking part — and bickering over which of them has aged the best in the last 14 years.

The Love Actually “sequel” will premiere in full during Red Nose Day 2017, airing Thursday, May 25 at 10/9c on NBC.

Hit Play on the teaser trailer below, then drop a comment with your thoughts. »


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Peak TV Treasure: Fleabag

15 hours ago

Are you overwhelmed by how much television is available right now? Is life getting in the way of keeping up with the shows you wanna try out? We feel your tube-related pain. Here’s a handy feature that’ll help you locate the hidden gems in this era of Peak TV.

Fleabag

Network | Amazon

Created By | Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Number Of Episodes | 6

Episode Length | 30 mins.

Premise | Waller-Bridge (Broadchurch) stars — and shines — in this UK comedy as Fleabag, a proudly promiscuous London café owner who talks directly to the camera, sharing her most intimate dating misadventures with us like we’re old chums. »


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