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DEC
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Watch A&E's 'Bates Motel' Take On a Famous 'Psycho' Scene

Watch A&E's 'Bates Motel' Take On a Famous 'Psycho' Scene

A&E's Bates Motel is going full-on Psycho.

In the first promo for the third season of the prequel series, Revolution's Tracy Spiridakos makes her slinky debut in a scene that is ripped straight from Psycho.

The actress has booked a recurring role on the drama from Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin as Annika Johnson, a mysterious woman who shows up at the hotel.

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DEC
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3 HRS

'Walking Dead's' Norman Reedus: Beth's Death Puts Daryl "Into a Depression"

'Walking Dead's' Norman Reedus: Beth's Death Puts Daryl "Into a Depression"

The hits keep coming for The Walking Dead's Daryl Dixon.

Norman Reedus' alter ego first lost his brother, Merle (Michael Rooker), when Rick (Andrew Lincoln) chained him to a rooftop in Atlanta — then a second time when he resurfaced in season three with a loyalty to The Governor when he died during the group's vicious battle.

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DEC
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3 HRS

AMC's 'Badlands' Casts Its Lead

AMC's 'Badlands' Casts Its Lead

AMC's Badlands has cast its lead.

International film star Daniel Wu — who was already attached to the drama as an exec producer — will topline the martial arts drama, AMC announced Friday.

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DEC
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3 HRS

'Homeland's' Howard Gordon Sells Action Comedy to NBC (Exclusive)

'Homeland's' Howard Gordon Sells Action Comedy to NBC (Exclusive)

Homeland's Howard Gordon is getting into comedy.

NBC has handed out a script plus penalty commitment to Human Resources, a single-camera comedy from the Homeland executive producer, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The half-hour entry is an action workplace comedy described as being in the vein of 24 meets Die Hard that follows an unlikely group of heroes who come together to save their co-workers, their jobs and, ultimately, themselves.

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DEC
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4 HRS

USA's Hacker Drama 'Mr. Robot' Ordered to Series

USA's Hacker Drama 'Mr. Robot' Ordered to Series

With the Sony hacking dominating the news, USA Network's Mr. Robot couldn't be more timely.

The NBCUniversal-owned cable network has handed out a 10-episode series order to the hacker drama for Universal Cable Productions, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

It marks USA's first pilot pickup from its 2015-16 slate. Fellow drama pilots Stanistan, Colony, Queen of the South and Evil Men all remain in contention.

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DEC
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5 HRS

TV Ratings: 'Biggest Loser' Hits Low on Thursday

TV Ratings: 'Biggest Loser' Hits Low on Thursday

A lack of an original Big Bang Theory didn't hold CBS back from the No. 1 ranking on Thursday night. A new Mom matched the Big Bang encore as the night's top show among adults 18-49, averaging a 2.3 rating — off three-tenths of a point from last week.

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DEC
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6 HRS

Sony Hack: 'Morning Joe' Swipes at George Clooney's Defense "While Vacationing in Sicily"

Sony Hack: 'Morning Joe' Swipes at George Clooney's Defense "While Vacationing in Sicily"

The Morning Joe crew got heated on Friday while discussing Sony's decision to cancel the release of The Interview following ongoing threats from hacker group Guardians of Peace, as well as George Clooney's passionate and defiant chat about the matter.

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DEC
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16 HRS

'Colbert Report' Gets All-Star Sendoff

'Colbert Report' Gets All-Star Sendoff

Stephen Colbert has said his final words as the conservative host he's played since 2005.

"If this is your first time tuning into the Colbert Report, I have some terrible news," Colbert said on Thursday's series finale. "This is in fact your last time tuning into the Colbert Report — until ten years from now when they reboot it with J.J. Abrams."

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DEC
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17 HRS

Final 'Colbert Report': What Hollywood Is Saying

It's time to say goodbye to Stephen Colbert (the conservative pundit version of him, anyway).

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DEC
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22 HRS

Watch Neil Patrick Harris' 'American Horror Story' Debut

Watch Neil Patrick Harris' 'American Horror Story' Debut

Neil Patrick Harris is bringing his magic to FX's American Horror Story: Freak Show.

The Oscar host and former How I Met Your Mother star has a two-episode arc as Chester, the new owner of Elsa's (Jessica Lange) titular freak show.

And while Harris' character is certainly bringing a bag of tricks to the series, Chester also seems to have taken an interest in Bette and/or Dot (Sarah Paulson).

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DEC
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23 HRS

'Once Upon a Time' Sets Pinocchio's Return

'Once Upon a Time' Sets Pinocchio's Return

ABC's Once Upon a Time won't just feature the Queens of Darkness when it returns in 2015.

Eion Bailey will return to reprise his role as August/Pinocchio in the second half of the Disney-owned network's fairy-tale drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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DEC
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1 day

Stephen Colbert Sells 'Colbert Report' Props, Michael Stipe at Yard Sale

Stephen Colbert Sells 'Colbert Report' Props, Michael Stipe at Yard Sale

The Colbert Report's last episode airs Thursday night, and ahead of Stephen Colbert's farewell to his conservative character, everything must go.

The Comedy Central star has raffled off his desk and fireplace for charity, but he was willing to accept a lot less for many of the show's props — as in: $1.

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DEC
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1 day

'Grey's Anatomy': Will Alex and Jo Get Married?

'Grey's Anatomy': Will Alex and Jo Get Married?

ABC's Grey's Anatomy could use a bit of love right now.

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DEC
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1 day

'Nashville's' Eric Close Says Teddy Will Be Pulled Back Into Rayna and Girls' Lives

'Nashville's' Eric Close Says Teddy Will Be Pulled Back Into Rayna and Girls' Lives

On ABC's Nashville, Rayna Jaymes' ex-husband Teddy Conrad may be the mayor of Music City, but he's had a minor presence in the central storylines during the first half of the show's third season.

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