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OCT
20
29 MINS

'Gotham' Central: Five Questions About 'Viper'

'Gotham' Central: Five Questions About 'Viper'

If there’s one thing that became obvious from this week’s episode of Gotham, it’s that Oswald Cobblepot might have been correct with his apocalyptic visions of the city’s future back in the series pilot, and we might be headed towards chaos far earlier than anyone thought.

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OCT
20
3 HRS

Leslie Jones Joins 'Saturday Night Live' as Castmember

Leslie Jones Joins 'Saturday Night Live' as Castmember

Saturday Night Live has added a new castmember.

Leslie Jones has been promoted to a member of the main cast on NBC's long-running late-night sketch comedy series, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. She will begin this Saturday when Dumb and Dumber To star Jim Carrey returns to host.

Read more Chris Rock and Prince Set for 'Saturday Night Live'

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OCT
20
6 HRS

'The Flash': Robbie Amell Previews Explosive Entrance and "Dangerous" Firestorm

'The Flash': Robbie Amell Previews Explosive Entrance and "Dangerous" Firestorm

The Flash is headed to the past — well, the very recent past.

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OCT
20
6 HRS

Calista Flockhart, Eric McCormack, Kate Burton Among 'Full Circle' Season 2 Cast (Exclusive)

Calista Flockhart, Eric McCormack, Kate Burton Among 'Full Circle' Season 2 Cast (Exclusive)

DirecTV has lined up another all-star cast for the second-season drama Full Circle.

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OCT
20
7 HRS

'Arrow': Vinnie Jones Joins Season 3 as DC Villain

'Arrow': Vinnie Jones Joins Season 3 as DC Villain

Starling City has another foe.

Arrow has snagged British actor Vinnie Jones in a multiepisode arc as a DC Comics villain, The Hollywood Reporter confirms.

Jones, who previously appeared in TV's Elementary and The Cape, has been cast as Danny "Brick" Brickwell, a gang leader. He begins his three-episode trek in episode 10.

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OCT
20
7 HRS

'Chrisley Knows Best' Nabs Season 3 Order, Holiday Special at USA

'Chrisley Knows Best' Nabs Season 3 Order, Holiday Special at USA

USA's big reality bet just got bigger.

The NBCUniversal-owned cable network has ordered a 12-episode third season of its breakout unscripted franchise, Chrisley Knows Best, along with a half-hour holiday special to air in December. The unfiltered comedy centers on Atlanta-based “Patriarch of Perfection” Todd Chrisley, and his "colorful clan," which includes his wife, five children and two grandchildren.

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OCT
20
7 HRS

Discovery Fit & Health Orders 'Untold Stories of the ER' Special 'Craziest Cases'

Discovery Fit & Health Orders 'Untold Stories of the ER' Special 'Craziest Cases'

Discovery Fit & Health has ordered a special episode of Untold Stories of the ER.

The Craziest Cases special is set to air at 10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7 and will be hosted by hosted by featured ER doctor Nicole Jasper, who revisits some of the series' "most visually incredible cases" from the past nine seasons.

Read more Discovery's Nik Wallenda to Walk Chicago Tightrope Blindfolded

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OCT
20
8 HRS

Third 'Sharknado' Will Target the "Feast Coast"

Third 'Sharknado' Will Target the "Feast Coast"

Sharknado is spreading from L.A. and New York.

Syfy announced Monday that its third film in the Sharknado franchise will take place on the "Feast Coast."

"BREAKING: It's official! From DC to Orlando... #Sharknado3 Takes on the Feast Coast!" Syfy announced via the cult hit's Twitter account.

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OCT
20
8 HRS

Jimmy Fallon Writes Children's Book 'Your Baby's First Word Will Be Dada'

Jimmy Fallon Writes Children's Book 'Your Baby's First Word Will Be Dada'

Jimmy Fallon is hitting the books again.

The Tonight Show host is penning a children’s board book, Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada.

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OCT
20
9 HRS

Ryan Murphy Comedy-Horror Anthology Ordered to Series at Fox

Ryan Murphy Comedy-Horror Anthology Ordered to Series at Fox

With Glee's end in sight, Fox is making sure the network stays in business with Glee creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk and the entire creative team behind the high school-set musical.

The network has handed out a straight-to-series order for comedy-horror anthology Scream Queens, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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OCT
20
9 HRS

Watch Kirk Cameron Summarize Seven Seasons of 'Growing Pains' in 60 Seconds

Watch Kirk Cameron Summarize Seven Seasons of 'Growing Pains' in 60 Seconds

For those TV viewers who never watched Growing Pains — or who just need a refresher — Kirk Cameron is here to help.

The actor appeared on Hallmark Channel's daytime series Home & Family on Monday morning, where he provided a handy primer on all seven seasons of the sitcom, which aired from 1985-92 on ABC. He broke out an '80s-era wig to really give the full effect. (Cameron gets back into the Growing Pains spirit around the 0:50 mark.)

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OCT
20
10 HRS

TV Ratings: 'Sunday Night Football' and 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Grow

TV Ratings: 'Sunday Night Football' and 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Grow

Another Sunday, another trio of networks reap the benefits of the NFL. NBC, of course, led the night by all measures. Preliminary ratings for the 49ers-Broncos matchup have Sunday Night Football up 17 percent from the comparable figures last week — already averaging a 7.0 rating among adults 18-49 before time zone adjustments.

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OCT
20
10 HRS

It's Official: Bethenny Frankel Returning to 'Real Housewives of New York'

It's Official: Bethenny Frankel Returning to 'Real Housewives of New York'

Bethenny Frankel is going back to the show that made her famous.

Ending weeks of speculation, Bravo on Monday confirmed that the reality star turned talk-show host will be returning to The Real Housewives of New York City for the show's seventh season. She joins returning castmembers Carole Radziwill, Heather Thomson, Kristen Taekman, LuAnn de Lesseps, Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan.

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OCT
20
10 HRS

'Gossip Girl' Alum, Will Packer Team for Female Cop Dramedy at NBC (Exclusive)

'Gossip Girl' Alum, Will Packer Team for Female Cop Dramedy at NBC (Exclusive)

Ride Along producer Will Packer's big development season is getting bigger.

The producer, in his first year developing for the small screen, has sold his fourth project. NBC has handed out a script commitment to an untitled female buddy-cop project from Packer and Gossip Girl alum Amanda Lasher, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The dramedy is described as a "light" female buddy show about two LAPD homicide detectives whose personal lives are messier than any crime scene.

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