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The Brave: Five Things to Know About NBC's Two-Pronged Military Drama

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To explain the genesis of NBC’s upcoming military drama The Brave, series creator Dean Georgaris invokes not the strategic genius of Sgt. Major Jonas Blane or the war-is-hell mentality of Capt. Benjamin “Hawkeye” Pierce, but the poor choices made by one Walter White.

“I don’t come from a military family. I don’t have a political axe to grind. I don’t have a particular fascination with death, but I am fascinated with human resiliency and human ingenuity,” Georgaris (Life of Pi) tells TVLine. After watching documentaries about American Special Forces teams, “I was continually impressed with their ingenuity. »


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Fuller House Season 3: Weigh In on Those 'Turbulent' Finale Cliffhangers

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Not since “Princess for a Day” Michelle got herself lost in Disney World has the future of the Tanner family been left so — for lack of a better term — up in the air.

RelatedFuller House Creator: ‘I’ve Given Up Asking’ the Olsen Twins to Guest-Star

But before we dive into the sheer Japandemonium of Fuller House‘s midseason finale, let’s go over some of the more ludicrous developments of Season 3:

D.J. and Steve continued their (often literal) song-and-dance routine, all the while assuring C.J. that there was nothing to worry about. Even when she walked in on D. »


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Performer of the Week: Paula Malcomson

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The Performer | Paula Malcomson 

The Show | Ray Donovan

The Episode | “Shelley Duvall” (Sept. 17, 2017)

The Performance | We’re still not happy with Ray Donovan for saddling Abby with terminal cancer, but damn if Malcomson’s tour-de-force performance isn’t providing us with one helluva silver lining. And that was especially true in Sunday’s episode, which found Abby at her most emotionally and physically vulnerable as the disease continued its lethal progression.

A remote ice-skating rink provided the setting for what would be Malcomson’s strongest work on the show to date, as Ray (Liev Schreiber) “bullied” his pale, withered other »


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Seth Meyers Calls Out Spicer for Lying About Lying Following Emmys Cameo

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Seth Meyers is anything but amused with Sean Spicer’s “attempted rehabilitation tour.”

RelatedAlec Baldwin Has Mixed Feelings About Sean Spicer’s Surprise Emmys Cameo

The Late Night host chided the former White House Press Secretary during Friday’s show, following an interview on Good Morning America in which he claimed that he never “knowingly” lied to the American people.

“You never lied to the American people?” Meyers asked. “Then what was that thing you did at the Emmys? Because remember, you came out and said, ‘This is the largest audience to witness the Emmys, period.’ That was a »


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Will & Grace Cast Performs Theme Song (With Lyrics!) on The Tonight Show

9 hours ago

The return of Will & Grace is right around the corner, and the cast is so excited, they could just… sing!

RelatedWill & Grace Review: NBC’s Revival Is as Funny as You Hoped, Maybe Funnier

In the following clip from The Tonight Show, Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally perform the iconic Will & Grace theme song for the first (and probably last) time with lyrics. Admittedly, the added vocals do little but tout the return of the “Must-See TV” staple (premiering Thursday, Sept. 28 at 9/8c) — or, as Mullally puts it, the “only show on NBC not set in Chicago. »


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The Last Ship to End After Season 5? 'Far Too Early' to Tell, TNT Responds

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The Nathan James hasn’t necessarily been decommissioned just yet.

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

TNT tells TVLine that contrary to what The Last Ship cast member Travis Van Winkle, who plays Danny Green, announced (and later deleted) via Instagram earlier this week, the action-drama is not necessarily heading into dry dock after next summer’s Season 5.

“We shot two seasons simultaneously; the fourth is currently on the air and the fifth will return next summer,” reads the network’s statement. “We greenlit the fifth with the idea that it could be the final season, however »


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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Grey's, Svu, Teen Wolf, Riverdale, Supergirl, Suits, The Flash, Once, Last Man and More

22 September 2017 4:21 PM, PDT

Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to [email protected]

Question: Scoop on Episode 300 of Grey’s Anatomy? —@ThePompeoMethod via Twitter

Ausiello: With It breaking box office records, I’m hearing rumblings that the Krista Vernoff-penned outing — which bears the Hamilton-esque title “Who Dies, Who Lives, Who Tells Your Story” — may feature a frightening, possibly dangerous clown.

Question: Will Sean Maguire be coming back to Once Upon a Time? —Sara

Ausiello: “Never say never, but… not in the immediate run of episodes,” Adam Horowitz told us when we delivered your question. »


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Fuller House Creator: 'I've Given Up Asking' the Olsen Twins to Guest-Star

22 September 2017 3:01 PM, PDT

If Full House icons Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen decide to eventually reprise their (shared) role on Netflix’s Fuller House, it won’t be at series creator Jeff Franklin‘s request.

RelatedFuller House Boss Explains Premiere’s Musical Surprise, How Jodie Sweetin’s Broken Leg Adjusted Season 3 Plans

The first two seasons of the Netflix spinoff were peppered with mentions of Michelle’s absence, including several fourth wall-breaking shoutouts to the twins who took turns playing the youngest of Danny Tanner’s daughters. But you won’t find any such shoutouts in Season 3, the first half of which dropped Friday. »


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The Price Is Right Hands Out a Record-Setting $80K (!) on the Wheel — Watch

22 September 2017 3:01 PM, PDT

Get ready to witness a Price Is Right jackpot of epic (and expensive!) proportions.

In the clip above from Friday’s episode, three contestants line up to spin the wheel, and since Tpir is celebrating Drew Carey’s tenth anniversary as host this week, if they spin a dollar, they win $10,000 instead of the usual $1,000. What’s more: Their second spin could win them $25,000 if they spin a dollar again. Got it? Good… because this is what we in the TV biz call foreshadowing.

RelatedThe Price Is Right‘s Drew Carey Answers Burning Qs, Including a Plinko ProTip

The »


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Teen Wolf's 18 Most Memorable Pairings Ranked: Who's on Top?

22 September 2017 1:24 PM, PDT

Considering the show is literally about hormonal teenage animals, it really shouldn’t surprise you how many couples Teen Wolf has produced over the course of 100 episodes.

As we approach Sunday’s series finale (MTV, 8/7c), TVLine is taking stock of the romances we rooted for — or against, in some cases — during the past six seasons. (Disclaimer: I only included actual couples that made physical contact at some point throughout the series, so pairings like “Sterek” were unfortunately ineligible.)

(Second disclaimer: After reviewing these pairings, I have to offer my condolences to Lydia. She got stuck with some real duds over the years. »


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TVLine Items: The X-Files Goes 'Home' Again, Discovery After-Show and More

22 September 2017 12:43 PM, PDT

The X-Files is bringing back one of its most memorable faces — but there’s a twist.

Karin Konoval, who played a nightmare-inducing, mutant-breeding amputee in the iconic 1996 episode “Home,” will appear in Season 11 in multiple roles, EW.com reports.

RelatedThe X-Files Season 11: David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson to Unveil First Footage at New York Comic-Con

The X-Files is slated to return midseason on Fox.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Star Trek: Discovery is getting its own live after-show: After Trek will debut this Sunday at 11 pm Et/8 pm Pt on CBS All Access, following Discovery‘s series premiere, »


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Arrowverse Crossover: Quantico's Russell Tovey Cast as Gay Superhero

22 September 2017 11:46 AM, PDT

Where there’s a will, there’s… The Ray: Quantico and Looking vet Russell Tovey has been tapped to play gay superhero The Ray in The CW’s four-part Arrow-verse crossover, TVLine has learned. What’s more, Tovey will also voice the role of The Ray in CW Seed’s forthcoming animated series Freedom Fighters: The Ray.

RelatedArrowverse Crossover: [Spoiler]’s Wedding Confirmed in Key Art

The official character description for The Ray is as follows:

Raymond “Ray” Terrill was a reporter who discovered a group of government scientists working on a secret project to turn light into a weapon of mass destruction. »


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Arrowverse Crossover: [Spoiler]'s Wedding Confirmed in Key Art

22 September 2017 11:30 AM, PDT

It’s official, The Flash‘s Barry and Iris are getting hitched — but their crossover-set wedding won’t go off without a crisis.

The year’s Dctv crossover between Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will be titled “Crisis on Earth-x,” TVLine has learned.

While heroes from the four CW shows gather in town to celebrate Barry and Iris’ nuptials, villains from Earth-x crash the festivities with a deadly agenda. (Earth-x — which is also featured in the upcoming animated CW Seed series Freedom Fighters: The Ray — is a parallel Earth, where Germany won World War II and Green Arrow, »


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Did the Emmys Pull a Fallon? Why Did Good Place Reveal Trick? Sympathy for Outlander's Frank? And More TV Qs!

22 September 2017 10:20 AM, PDT

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Strain, Ray Donovan, American Ninja Warrior and The Good Place!

1 | Outlander readers: Isn’t the Starz series making you feel all sorts of bad for Frank in a way the books didn’t?

RelatedOutlander‘s Sam Heughan Talks Jamie’s Episode 2 Breakdown: ‘Everyone Around Him Gets Hurt’

2 | Now that The Strain has wrapped its four-season run, we must ask: Was Gus’ storyline ever interesting? (Let alone critical?) And did Zach’s final, »


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Kristen Bell, Joel McHale and More Mock Castle-Like TV in Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television Trailer

22 September 2017 8:42 AM, PDT

“You’re not gonna shoot Kristen Bell.”

We’re not entirely sure why the Good Place star utters that line in the recently released trailer for Ryan Hansen Solves Crime on Television, or why she’s dressed as Frozen‘s Elsa while doing so, but who cares? We’re in.

The forthcoming comedy, starring Bell’s Veronica Mars co-star Ryan Hansen and The Handmaid’s Tale‘s Samira Wiley, follows a fictional Los Angeles Police Department program that pairs actors with homicide detectives so the former can use their “actor skills” to help solve murders. Hansen plays a version of himself, »


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Ratings: The Orville Drops in Thursday Debut, Gotham Matches Finale

22 September 2017 8:25 AM, PDT

Fox’s The Orville landed in its regular Thursday time slot with a hair over 4 million total viewers and a 1.1 rating (per finals), expectedly down — 40 and 50 percent — from its second, NFL-boosted Sunday showcase.

Seth MacFarlane’s space dramedy thus veritably matched Pitch‘s first at-bat (4.2 mil/1.1) in the time slot a year ago.

RelatedGotham Season 4 Premiere Recap: Amateur Knight

Opening Fox’s night, Gotham christened its new (k)night with 3.2 million viewers and a 1.0 rating, down from its Season 3 premiere (3.9 mil/1.3) and average (3.4 mil/1.1), but on par with its finale (3.2 mil/1.0). Compared to Rosewood (3.7 mil/0.7) in the leadoff spot a year ago, »


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President Bill Clinton/James Patterson Novel to Be Adapted by Showtime

22 September 2017 8:18 AM, PDT

Hail to the… prospective TV producer?

Showtime announced on Friday that it has acquired the rights to adapt into a series The President Is Missing, an upcoming novel by President Bill Clinton and bestselling author James Patterson.

In the book (eyed for a June 2018 release), Clinton and Patterson tell the (fictional!) story of a sitting U.S. president’s disappearance, “with the level of detail that only someone who has held the office can know – generating a powerful, one-of-a-kind thriller.”

“I’m really enjoying writing this book and working with Jim,” President Clinton said in a statement. “And I can »


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Full House Stars Reflect on the Show's Legacy, 30 Years Later — Watch Video

22 September 2017 8:00 AM, PDT

Can you believe it’s been three full decades since America was first introduced to Mr. Bear and the rest of the Full House crew?

RelatedFuller House Boss Explains Premiere’s Musical Surprise, How Jodie Sweetin’s Broken Leg Adjusted Season 3 Plans

As you’ll see in this exclusive behind-the-scenes video — filmed at the actual Full house in San Francisco — the show’s stars can’t believe it, either.

“This is something that has shaped my entire life,” Jodie Sweetin (aka Stephanie) says. Adds Andrea Barber (Kimmy), “We grew up on this set, so we can use actual photos »


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Kimmel: Trump Would 'Sign Copies of the Koran' Just to Get Rid of Obamacare

22 September 2017 5:10 AM, PDT

Jimmy Kimmel’s health care battle continued on Thursday night — but rather than focus on the latest ramblings of Fox & Friends co-anchor Brian Kilmeade, the late-night comedian turned his attention to President Donald Trump.

VideosJimmy Kimmel Tears Into Fox & Friends Co-Host: ‘You Phony Little Creep

Trump on Wednesday made his endorsement of the controversial Graham-Cassidy Bill known, tweeting in support of the potential Affordable Care Act alternative and its cosponsor, Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy. In response, Kimmel argued that Trump doesn’t actually care about the specifics of the bill, as long as it replaces the health care policy enacted under the Obama administration. »


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Fuller House Boss Explains Premiere's Musical Surprise, How Jodie Sweetin's Broken Leg Adjusted Season 3 Plans

22 September 2017 3:00 AM, PDT

If you’ve seen the Season 3 premiere of Fuller House — which hit Netflix on Friday along with eight other episodes — you probably have a lot of questions. Mostly about that opening musical number.

RelatedFuller House Boss Talks Season 3: D.J. and Steve’s ‘Messy Situation,’ Gibbler Family Secrets and More

Creator Jeff Franklin says he first got the idea for the performance when he purchased the Full House house — the one used for exterior shots — in San Francisco.

He tells TVLine, “When I first bought it, I thought, ‘How cool would it be to have the cast walk »


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