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The Sinner Finale Recap: Who's Behind the Mask? Plus: Cora's Fate Revealed

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Warning: The following recap contains major spoilers from The Sinner “Part VIII.” Proceed at your own risk.

In the season finale of The Sinner, Cora Tannetti’s case takes a remarkable turn, giving the dreary “whydunnit” a (relatively) happy ending.

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

After new evidence comes to light revealing that Cora suffered from extreme emotional distress (more on that later), the judge reduces the charge against her from murder in the second degree to manslaughter in the first. As a result, she is no longer facing a minimum of 30 years in prison but »


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The Good Place Season 2 Premiere Recap: Hell Is Other Soulmates

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What fresh hells does Michael have cooked up for Eleanor and company in Season 2 of The Good Place? Well, his evil plan (version 2.0) starts out with pairing each of them up with about the worst person possible.

Wednesday’s one-hour premiere kicks off with Michael trying to convince his boss Shawn that Take 2 on his “faux Good Place” idea will work out better than last season, with an all-new set of subtle tortures: “For example: All the coffee is from those little pods? Diabolical.” But Shawn still thinks the idea is dumb, and the other residents (all demons, too) aren’t sure about it, »


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Salvation Finale Recap: Nuclear Option

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Thwarting a coup of the United States government was not enough to keep Salvation‘s heroes out of harm’s way as Season 1 of the CBS drama came to a close.

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

Armed with the bombshell that President Mackenzie indeed was poisoned but managed to survive and was being kept safe/hidden, Harris set out to un-install Bennett’s illegitimate administration and get Mackenzie back in the Oval Office.

At Darius’ suggestion — and with the help of Grace’s father, of course — Harris “kidnapped” Bennett, »


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America's Got Talent Finale Recap: Did the Right Act Win Season 12?

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Emotions ran high — and montages ran long — during Wednesday’s two-hour season finale of America’s Got Talent.

RelatedDWTS Season Premiere Recap: Which Season 25 Pair Won You Over?

In addition to the results being announced, the full-night affair also featured some killer collaborations between Agt finalists and some of music’s biggest names. There’s something about watching Kelly Clarkson singing in front of Simon Cowell that does it for me every time; having Kechi Okwuchi and Angelica Hale join her on “Stronger” was the icing on the cake — and it was tasty.

And if you didn’t bawl like »


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Big Brother Finale Recap: Which Houseguest Won Season 19?

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A fitness superstar, a hair-care salesman and a clothing designer walk into the Big Brother house… and 90-something days later, they’re still in the Big Brother house.

It’s been a long summer for Christmas Abbott, Josh Martinez and Paul Abrahamian, but it finally came to an end during the reality series’ two-hour finale on Wednesday. But who walked out of those Hollywood soundstage doors with an extra $500,000?

Here’s how the Season 19 conclusion played out:

RelatedBig Brother to Unveil First-Ever Celebrity Edition This Winter

* Paul, Christmas and Josh went head-to-head-to-head in the final, three-part Head of Household competition. »


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Zoo Finale Sneak Peek: Jackson's Plan Takes a Dangerous Detour

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Jackson’s plan to blow up one of Abigail’s beacons might blow up in a loved one’s face, as seen in this exclusive sneak peek from Zoo‘s Season 3 finale.

RelatedZoo‘s Baby Bombshell: Do the Numbers Possibly Add Up?

In “The Barrier” (CBS, Thursday at 10/9c), the team races to stop the hybrids from breaching the barrier wall that keeps a good chunk of the country safe by shutting down the last beacon that draws them in.

In the clip above — which also manages to explain how these ominous towers were surreptitiously erected in the first place! »


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Damon Lindelof's Watchmen: HBO Officially Places Pilot Order, Plus...

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Leftovers auteur Damon Lindelof does indeed have some unfinished business with HBO.

Ending months of speculation, the premium cabler has officially placed a pilot order for Watchmen, the long-gestating TV adaptation of the DC Comics property, with Lindelof on board to write and Ep. Additionally, an HBO rep also confirms to TVLine that it has ordered “back up scripts.”

News that Lindelof was circling Watchmen broke earlier this summer, not long after The Leftovers wrapped its acclaimed three-season HBO run. He replaces Zack Snyder, who directed the 2009 Watchmen movie and had been eyed to develop the TV adaptation.

When TVLine »


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Teen Wolf Series Finale Sneak Peek: Hear [Spoiler]'s Dying Words

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Last week’s penultimate episode of Teen Wolf appeared to claim the life of a fan-favorite character — to some fans, I’m sure — and now, we have official confirmation of that surprisingly emotional death.

Obtained exclusively by TVLine, a new clip from Sunday’s series finale (MTV, 8/7c) finds Deucalion fighting to speak his final words to Scott and his pack before succumbing to the injuries he sustained from Monroe’s army’s latest attack.

As Scott takes the hand of his enemy-turned-mentor, Deucalion shares Gerard’s greatest weakness: “What he fears most … he can’t beat you … and he knows it. »


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Law & Order Vet Sam Waterston to Bring Jack McCoy to Svu Season 19

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These are their stories… and some are so good, you wanna hear ’em again: Law & Order alum Sam Waterston will reprise his role from that series on an upcoming episode of Svu‘s Season 19, TVLine has learned.

Waterston’s Jack McCoy will appear in a midseason-or-later installment of the spinoff procedural, executive producer Julie Martin told reporters during an Svu press event Wednesday, adding that the script hasn’t been written yet.

RelatedSvu Enlists X-Files‘ Annabeth Gish

McCoy was a prosecutor in the District Attorney’s office for 16 seasons on the Dick Wolf-created original series. He has appeared in three Svu episodes, »


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TVLine Items: Bloody Punisher Trailer, Amy Poehler's Netflix Series and More

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The Punisher is going to have a heck of a time getting that blood off his hands.

In the first full-length trailer for Netflix’s Daredevil offshoot, Jon Bernthal’s Frank Castle happily shoots on sight as he uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld. The vigilante known as The Punisher must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than just the family that he lost.

RelatedMarvel’s Inhumans Review: Even on Big Screen, New ABC Drama Feels Small

The show  — which does not yet have a premiere date — also stars Deborah Ann Woll »


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Will & Grace: Seasons 1-8 (Finally, at Long Last) Coming to Hulu, NBC App

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Will & Grace fans, get ready to binge your brains out ahead of the series’ return next week.

Beginning this Thursday, Sept. 21, all 194 episodes from the sitcom’s first eight seasons will be available on the NBC app, Hulu and on-demand through satellite, cable and telco pay TV providers, NBC announced Wednesday. The first-ever streaming deal for the show comes one week before the 16-episode revival launches on NBC. 

“As we gear up for the launch of the upcoming season premiere, I can’t think of a better way to reintroduce Will & Grace to the cultural zeitgeist than by giving audiences »


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Dick Wolf's New FBI Drama Isn't Set in Chicago? And It's Not for NBC?

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We’re going to need a minute.

Prolific producer Dick Wolf will next tackle the FBI, but not as part of his ever-expanding #OneChicago universe and not as a project for longtime distributor NBC.

Instead, it is CBS that has granted a 13-episode series production commitment to F.B.I. (working title, annoying periods included), a one-hour drama about the inner workings of the bureau’s New York office, to air during the 2018-19 season.

Wolf will executive-produce alongside Craig Turk (The Good Wife), Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski, with Turk penning the first episode and serving as showrunner. »


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Sabrina-Centric Riverdale Spinoff in Development at The CW

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It’s official: Sabrina the Teenage Witch is making tracks for Riverdale — though perhaps not the way fans have been speculating.

The CW is developing a one-hour Riverdale spinoff titled The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, TVLine has learned. The project, being likened to Rosemary’s Baby and The Exorcist in its tonality, “reimagines the origin and adventures of Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a dark coming-of-age story that traffics in horror, the occult and, of course, witchcraft. … This adaptation finds Sabrina wrestling to reconcile her dual nature — half-witch, half-mortal — while standing against the evil forces that threaten her, her family »


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Gotham Season 4 Cast Photo Reveals Haunting Skyline of Villains and Heroes

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Faces familiar and new (plus one with a fresh ‘do) are ready to brave a dark night in the cast photo for Season 4 of Gotham.

RelatedGotham Casts Fringe Vet as Baddie Professor Pyg

The Fox drama christens its new night this Thursday at 8/7c, with the episode “A Dark Knight: Pax Penguina,” in which Gordon (played by Ben McKenzie) worries that Jonathan Crane may still be alive after a string of robberies seem to be committed by The Scarecrow. Meanwhile, Penguin’s (Robin Lord Taylor) plan to “legitimize” the city’s crime goes awry during the grand opening of »


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Fall TV Predictions: Lost Spinoff, Super This Is Us Plan, Rent Meets Disney (?!), Freshman Hits & Misses and More

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Here at TVLine, we have spent the past few months diligently sharing often-exclusive intel on what will happen as the much-anticipated 2017-18 TV season unfolds.

But what about what might happen?

RelatedFall TV: Your Handy Calendar of 100+ Premiere Dates

As is tradition, the TVLine staff hereby serves up its Fearless Fall TV Predictions, where last season will walked away with a fairly typical 28 percent success rate. So out of our 35 forecasts in the attached slideshow (click here for direct access), which 10 or so do you think are most likely to pan out?

RelatedFall TV Preview: Scoop and Photos on 35+ Returning Favorites! »


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Once Upon a Time: Rebecca Mader to Return for Multiple Season 7 Episodes

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Finally, the moment you were hoping would come (as a certain song goes) — Rebecca Mader is returning to ABC’s Once Upon a Time.

TVLine has learned exclusively that the onetime series regular is set to return for multiple Season 7 episodes. No further details could be confirmed at this time — including whether she again will be playing Regina’s sister Zelena aka the Wicked Witch.

“I am beyond thrilled to be returning to make magic with my beloved Once Upon a Time family,” Mader, who made her debut on the fantasy series midway through Season 3, tells TVLine. “I’m excited for this next chapter. »


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America's Got Talent Season 12 Finale: Who Will Win? (And Who Should Win?)

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My fellow Americans, in just nine short hours, NBC will announce the winner of America’s Got Talent Season 12. But which act will walk away with the grand prize?

IcymiLast Night’s America’s Got Talent Performances Recap

While I don’t think it’s possible to predict how all 10 of the remaining acts will fare — what do I look like, one of the Clairvoyants?! — I think it’s safe to guess which hopefuls will land in the final four:

4. Mandy Harvey: This 29-year-old deaf singer has consistently wowed the judges all season; putting her disability aside, Simon Cowell says she has a “current” sound, »


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Ratings: Agt Hits 3-Year High, Somewhere Between Up With Finale

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NBC’s America’s Got Talent on Tuesday night drew 14.3 million total viewers and a 2.9 rating, surging 23 and 26 percent from last week’s post-telethon outing to deliver its most-watched Tuesday telecast in six years while hitting a three-year high in the demo.

In a TVLine poll, 52 percent predict Darci Lynne Farmer will be named champion during tonight’s season finale, followed by Angelica Hale (16 percent) and Light Balance (9 percent).

RelatedAgt Finale (Night 1) Recap: Which Act Is Getting Your Vote?

Leading out of Agt, The Paley Center Salutes the Best of Will & Grace (5.3 mil/1.2) outrated the five Paley specials before it. »


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Sean Penn to Star in Hulu's Mars Drama Series The First, From House of Cards Creator Beau Willimon

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Sean Penn is boldly going where he has rarely gone before: television.

In what represents the two-time Oscar winner’s most significant foray into TV, Penn has signed on to star in The First, Hulu’s forthcoming Mars-themed drama series from House of Cards creator Beau Willimon.

Set in the near future, The First will follow the first human mission to Mars, while exploring the challenges of taking the first steps toward interplanetary colonization. The project — which received a straight-to-series order from Hulu earlier this year — focuses not only on the astronauts, but also on their families and loved ones, »


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Salvation's Ian Anthony Dale Teases 24-Like Finale, Upgraded Five-0 Role

18 hours ago

Stave off the government, save the world?

That is presumably the plan for Salvation’s Harris, Grace, Darius and Liam as CBS’ new summertime drama launches its freshman finale tonight at a special time, 10/9c. Having discovered that President MacKenzie was A) indeed targeted for assassination by a treasonous cabal but B) actually survived and has been holed away by trusted allies, Harris is getting in bed with the enemy (so to speak?) by cozying up to the White House chief of staff as part of a plan to overthrow newly installed President Bennett’s ruthless, asteroid-sympathetic regime and get »


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