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Supergirl's Sharon Leal Boards CBS' Alan Cumming-Led Drama Instinct

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J’onn J’onzz’s lady love on Supergirl has found a new network to call home.

Sharon Leal — who last season recurred on the aforementioned CW program as White Martian M’gann — has booked a series-regular role on CBS’ midseason drama Instinct, it was announced Thursday.

RelatedCBS Fall Premiere Dates: Big Bang, NCIS, S.W.A.T., Young Sheldon and More

Instinct follows Dr. Dylan Reinhart (The Good Wife‘s Alan Cumming), a former CIA operative who has since built a “normal” life as a gifted professor and writer. He is lured back into his old life when tenacious »


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Glow: 6 Things to Know About Netflix's Lady-Wrestling Comedy

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Yes, Netflix’s Glow provides a funny, albeit fictional, behind-the-scenes look into the rise of the 1980s phenomenon known as Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. Yes, it features comedic heavy hitters like Alison Brie (Community) and Marc Maron (Maron) sporting some truly fantastic period costumes. And yes, the show’s pedigreed production team includes Orange Is the New Black‘s Carly Mensch and Nurse Jackie‘s Liz Flahive, as well as Oitnb‘s Jenji Kohan.

But Glow also provided a vital lesson to its cast, courtesy of the hands-on training the actors underwent prior to the shoot.

RelatedGlow Review: Netflix »


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Battle of the Network Stars Reboot Brings New Blood, Upgraded Dunk Tank and a Hulk With Something to Prove

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The obstacle course of red, white and blue tires is the same, but the dunk tank is a bit more extreme as ABC wages a new Battle of the Network Stars starting Thursday, June 29 at 9/8c.

RelatedBattle of the Network Stars Cast Announced: The 10 Celebs We’re Most Psyched to See Throw Down

For the unfortunately uninitiated of you, gather ’round as I spin a yarn about the original intra-network “field day” competition that aired on ABC during the 1970s and ’80s, pitting the Alphabet network against CBS and NBC and… well, that was it, kids. PBS and the »


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

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Stephen Colbert is brushing up on his online trolling — and what better place to do so than Russia?

VideosThe Late Show: Oliver Stone Defends Putin in Extremely Awkward Interview

The Late Show host took to social media on Thursday to respond directly to a tweet from Donald Trump, in which the president alleged that there are no “‘tapes’ or recordings” of his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey. In turn, Colbert replied, “Don’t worry, Mr. President. I’m in Russia. If the ‘tapes’ exist, I’ll bring you back a copy!” Attached to Colbert’s retort »


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Pretty Little Liars Boss Explains Emily's 'Emotional' Nightmare About Alison

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Tuesday’s Pretty Little Liars took viewers back to a familiar scene: a recreation of the original flash forward from the closing moments of the Season 6A finale — although we didn’t get there the way anyone expected to.

VideosPretty Little Liars Series Finale Promo Teases A.D.’s Reveal, Aria’s Wedding Woes, Wren’s Killer Return and More

Rather than having the scene — in which the Liars entered Alison’s classroom in a panic — play out in real time as part of the story, it was shown as a dream that Emily had about Ali. Executive producer »


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TVLine Items: Gossip Girl Is Shameless, People of Earth Return Date and More

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Gossip Girl vet Jessica Szohr is getting Shameless with a recurring role on Season 8 of the Showtime dramedy.

The actress will play Nessa, a tough, smart lesbian who lives in Fiona’s newly purchased apartment building, per The Hollywood Reporter. Nessa will reportedly develop a strong friendship with her landlord Fiona.

RelatedShowtime Boss on Emmy Rossum’s Shameless Contract Dispute: ‘Parity Was Justified in This Case’

Szohr played Brooklyn hipster Vanessa, an occasional love interest for Penn Badgley’s Dan, during the first four seasons of The CW’s Gossip Girl. Her other TV credits include At&T Audience Network’s Kingdom, »


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Greek Creator Laments Freeform's Puzzling Decision to Scrap Reunion Movie: 'I'm Obviously Disappointed'

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So why did Freeform scrap its planned Greek reunion movie? We tracked down the show’s top Ep and, turns out, it’s all Greek to him.

On Thursday, TVLine broke the news that Freeform has quietly abandoned plans to produce a two-hour holiday-themed Greek revival. A network rep has yet to provide an explanation. And, as series creator Sean Smith tells us, he is similarly waiting for some clarification on the matter. 

“I delivered a script to Freeform in February that they seemed to love enough to want to move forward,” Smith explains. “We reached out to the cast. »


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Psych Revival Enlists New Love Interest for Gus — and There's a (Fun!) Twist

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USA Network’s forthcoming Psych revival is turning into quite the family affair.

TVLine has learned exclusively that Ballers actress Jazmyn Simon — aka the real-life fiancée of Psych leading man Dulé Hill — is joining the two-hour reunion movie as a romantic interest for Hill’s lovelorn Gus.

Press Play below and watch Simon announce the casting news — and offer a tease about her character Selene — as her other half looks on approvingly.

As previously reported, the holiday-themed Psych: The Movie (premiering in December) finds original cast members James Roday, the aforementioned Dule Hill, Timothy Omundson, Maggie Lawson, Corbin Bernsen and »


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Fox Fall Premiere Dates: Empire, Lucifer, Lethal Weapon, Gotham and More

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Fox is the fourth network (following The CW, CBS and NBC) to unveil its premiere plan for the 2017-18 TV season, and Seth MacFarlane’s live-action Star Trek spoof The Orville is getting an early NFL-boosted kickoff. 

Ahead of its formal time period debut on Thursday, Sept. 28 after Gotham, The Orville will launch with a special two-night series premiere on Sunday, Sept. 10 and Sunday, Sept. 17, immediately following the network’s NFL doubleheaders. 

On the returning show front, Lethal Weapon will christen its new Tuesday-at-8 perch on Sept. 26; Empire and Star are back Wednesday, Sept. 27; and Lucifer returns Monday Oct. 2, leading »


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Greek Revival Not Moving Forward

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So much for giving it the old college try: Freeform has quietly abandoned plans to stage a mini-Greek revival, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Back in 2016, Freeform announced that it was developing Greek: The Reunion, a two-hour holiday movie that found the gang returning to Cypress-Rhodes University for their five-year reunion. 

RelatedGreek Creator Laments Freeform’s Puzzling Decision to Scrap Reunion Movie: ‘I’m Obviously Disappointed’

A Freeform rep confirms that the network has passed on the revival, but declined to say why. Meanwhile, it’s unclear if series creator Sean Smith (who has released a statement lamenting the »


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Handmaid's Tale: Alexis Bledel Upped to Series Regular for Season 2

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Praise be!

Hulu announced on Thursday that Alexis Bledel will not only be returning to The Handmaid’s Tale in Season 2, but she’ll be doing so as a full-fledged series regular. 

RelatedHandmaid’s Tale Finale Recap: ‘They Should Never Have Given Us Uniforms If They Didn’t Want Us to Be an Army’

Bledel’s character, lesbian Handmaid Ofglen, appeared in five Season 1 episodes.

Handmaid‘s Tale‘s 13-episode second season goes into production this fall ahead of a 2018 debut.

Related storiesPerformer of the Week: Danielle BrooksTVLine Podcast: Dream Emmy Nominee Julie Klausner on Difficult's People's 'Curious' Obsession »


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Rocko's Modern Life: Original Voice Cast Reuniting for TV Movie in 2018

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After being lost in space for more than two decades, Rocko and his pals — and, you know, the Bigheads — are returning to Earth. And they’re all in for a rude awakening.

RelatedHey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie: Original Cast Will Return, Nick Confirms

Nickelodeon on Thursday officially announced that a one-hour TV special, Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling, will reunite the animated series’ original voice cast as the characters adjust to life in the 21st century.

And some will adjust more successfully than others. Per the network, “Heffer and Filburt embrace every aspect of new technology, social »


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TVLine Podcast: Dream Emmy Nominee Ellie Kemper Salutes Kimmy Schmidt's 'Message of Hope' for These Dark Days

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Were there an Emmy category for perking up viewers when they’re down, Ellie Kemper would already have a couple for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Not that the 2016 — and hopefully 2017 — nominee would ever take all the credit for the Netflix comedy’s feel-good quality. Rather, she notes that, while so much of the TV landscape is dark, snarky or both, “this show takes a break from all of that. [Even] visually, it’s very bright. [And though] it doesn’t shy away from the idea that life sucks… at the core of the show is sort of a message of hope.”

RelatedSummer TV Calendar: »


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Ratings: Little Big Shots: Forever Young Premiere Tops Wednesday

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NBC’s Little Big Shots: Forever Young offshoot had some spring in its step, easily delivering Wednesday’s biggest audience (with 7.4 million total viewers) while also leading the night in the demo (with a 1.0 rating).

That marks a slight uptick from Little Big Shots proper’s week-ago finale, while down just a tenth in the demo.

RelatedCarmichael Show Debates Significance of the N-Word In Buzzed-About Ep

Leading out of that, The Carmichael Show‘s take on the N-word (4 mil/0.8) ticked up to a best-since-premiere audience while steady in the demo.

RelatedRenewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled?

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Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later Reunites the Weirdos of Camp Firewood — Watch First Trailer

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As promised, the Camp Firewood ’81 gang is reuniting 10 years after their infamously strange summer together — and, surprise, things have only gotten stranger.

RelatedMarvel’s The Defenders First Look: Netflix’s Heroes Team Up, Look Tough

Netflix on Thursday released the official trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, reuniting the cast of 2015’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp — which, itself, was a prequel of 2001’s Wet Hot American Summer — for another season of debauchery, confusion and, of course, talking cans of mixed vegetables. The eight-part series drops Friday, Aug. 4.

Among the latest developments: Lindsay »


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Dean Norris Looks Back on Hank's Breaking Bad Death Scene: 'I Loved It'

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Hank Schrader’s death was a real punch in the gut to Breaking Bad fans… but Dean Norris enjoyed every minute of it.

“Yeah, man, I loved it,” the actor tells TVLine, reflecting on filming “Ozymandias,” the pivotal episode of AMC’s Emmy-winning meth-trade drama that first aired in September 2013. In it, DEA agent Hank, wounded after a shootout with a murderous band of neo-Nazis, refused to beg for his life (despite his brother-in-law Walt’s pleas) and told Nazi leader Jack to “go f–k yourself” before taking a fatal bullet.

RelatedClaws Star Dean Norris on Playing a Bisexual Crime Boss, »


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Daily Show's Trevor Noah Says New Philando Castile Footage 'Broke Me'

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Trevor Noah isn’t just angry about the recent acquittal of Philando Castile’s shooter. He’s heartbroken.

VideosTrevor Noah on Philando Castile Case: NRA Speaks Up, ‘Unless You’re Black’

On Wednesday’s Daily Show, Noah played newly released dashcam footage of the moment Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez shot Castile five times during a July 2016 traffic stop. Prefacing the footage, Noah remarked, “If you’ve already watched this video, you don’t have to watch it again. I wouldn’t say anyone has to watch this video, but if you haven’t seen it, it is graphic »


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Designated Survivor: Virginia Madsen Laments That She Won't Be Back

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The latest iteration of ABC’s Designated Survivor will not involve Virginia Madsen, the actress confirmed on Wednesday evening.

RelatedInside Line: Scoop on Designated Survivor‘s New Cast

“I won’t be back for Season 2,” Madsen told one fan on Twitter, explaining to another: “I guess they had other stories to tell. It’s a big show, so I wish them well. But I would like return to kick some ass.”

“It was a great role,” she tweeted. “I was loving it.”

RelatedABC Fall Schedule: Once Bumped to Friday, black-ish Shifts to Tuesday

For much of Season 1 of the Kiefer Sutherland-led drama, »


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Fargo Boss Breaks Down Season 3's Sopranos-Esque Final Scene — Plus: Could This Be the Last Episode Ever?

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Warning: This post contains spoilers for Wednesday’s Fargo Season 3 finale.

Well, it’s not Tony Soprano munching on onion rings in a Jersey diner before the screen cuts to black… but it’s close.

Fargo‘s third season wrapped up on Wednesday with maybe the most ambiguous final scene since that controversial Sopranos series-ender a decade ago: Gloria, now a Homeland Security agent five years later, sits across an interrogation-room table from slippery villain V.M. Varga, vowing to send him away to rot in Rikers while she enjoys a fried Snickers bar at the state fair. Varga disagrees, »


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Marvel's The Defenders First Look: Netflix's Heroes Team Up, Look Tough

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Netflix’s Marvel superheroes are about to join forces… and they don’t look too thrilled about it.

The streaming service has given us a first look at Marvel’s The Defenders — the hotly anticipated comic-book team-up debuting Friday, August 18 — with a stark, black-and-white poster featuring the four heroes: Matt Murdock/Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Luke Cage (Mike Colter), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) and Danny Rand/Iron Fist (Finn Jones). Oh, and zero smiles between them.

Check out the full poster:

The crime fighters, who each have their own solo Netflix series, come together in The Defenders to “save New York City, »


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