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NYPD Blue might soon be back on the beat. In the latest example of reboot mania, ABC has given a pilot production commitment to a sequel to the Emmy-winning cop drama, the network confirmed Wednesday. This version would center on the son of Detective Sipowicz (Dennis Franz), who is toiling in the...

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Orange Is the New Black is quickly approaching the end of the line, and the cast is pretty emotional about it. On Wednesday, the stars of Jenji Kohan’s groundbreaking dramedy announced in a sweet and celebratory goodbye video that the show would end with season 7, which is set to air in 2019....

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Leah Remini will again unleash her bulldog determination for another round of exposing the alleged evils of Scientology. The actress behind the Emmy-winning docuseries Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath confirmed the program will return for season 3 on Tuesday, Nov. 27 with new episodes...

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Orange Is the New Black will end with season 7 in 2019

Orange Is the New Black will be done serving time next year. The cast announced in an emotional video Wednesday that the Netflix prison dramedy’s upcoming seventh season would be its last. “I’m going to miss playing and living on the edge of one of the most groundbreaking and original and...

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Chaos reigns in exclusive new Vikings trailer

Way back in January, the midseason finale of History’s conqueror travelogue Vikings ended with a blood-soaked family feud, as the sons of Ragnar Lothbrok clashed for power. The battle ended with Ivar Boneless reigning supreme in Kattegat, while the forces of his nemesis Lagertha were left in what...

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Elizabeth Tulloch's Lois Lane revealed in cute Arrowverse crossover photo with Superman, Supergirl

Our first look at Lois Lane in the Arrowverse crossover is here! Elizabeth Tulloch, who will play the iconic Daily Planet reporter in “Elseworlds,” joined Melissa Benoist (Supergirl) and Tyler Hoechlin (Superman) for a cute family portrait that was taken on set of this year’s crossover, which...

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Ian Somerhalder posts throwback Vampire Diaries photo with Paul Wesley

Long before Damon Salvatore was willing to die in order to save the town of Mystic Falls, he was The Vampire Diaries‘ first villain. Before the tomb vampires escaped and certainly before Katherine Pierce made her grand entrance, Damon was the “bad guy” that Stefan and company had to deal with....

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This mash-up of Kendrick Lamar and 'Take On Me' is surprisingly catchy

In 1984, the Norwegian synth-pop band A-Ha released “Take On Me,” an iconic single about seizing the moment and turning your romantic fantasy into reality. In 2012, rapper Kendrick Lamar released “Backseat Freestyle,” a song about the powerful fantasies of young would-be artists — and...

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Michael B. Jordan to star as a hitman in potential franchise starter The Silver Bear

Michael B. Jordan may have a new action franchise on his hands with The Silver Bear. Coming off of his scene-stealing performance as Erik Killmonger in Marvel’s Black Panther and his continuing role in the Creed films, Jordan will now star in and produce a film adaptation of the popular book from...

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Richard E. Grant is alcohol-intolerant, but still gives Can You Ever Forgive Me? a boozy zest

A version of this story appeared in the 2018 Fall Movie Preview issue of Entertainment Weekly, available here. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. Playing the spirited yin to Melissa McCarthy’s uncharacteristically curmudgeonly yang is no easy...

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The complete oral history of the first Harry Potter Quidditch match

For more untold stories of the Wizarding World, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands now, or buy it here. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. There may not be a more iconic Harry Potter creation than Quidditch. From the moment the...

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This Is Us creator on adding a ‘damaged little brother to our hero's journey,’ what's next

War is hell. It also is a key — and underreported — part of the Pearson family history. Until now, that is. Tuesday’s episode of This Is Us escorted viewers into enemy territory (Vietnam, specifically) so they finally could begin to comprehend the traumas that Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) had...

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Conjuring 3 director's new horror film has a very ominous poster

How did unknown filmmaker Michael Chaves secure the plum gig of directing the third Conjuring movie? By impressing the folks responsible for the Conjuring universe, including James Wan, with his debut feature, the similarly supernatural The Curse of La Larona, which is released April 19, 2019. The...

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Comedy Central confirms that Nathan For You will not return

There will be no more Nathan for you. Comedy Central confirmed on Wednesday that Nathan For You will not return for a fifth season. The show — which featured host Nathan Fielder scheming box-adjacent strategies to help small businesses realize their potential —  last aired in December, with the...

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Halloween filmmakers talk 'iconic' Michael Myers mask in new video

Nick Castle, who played Michael Myers in director John Carpenter’s original Halloween and cameos as the masked killer in the upcoming sequel (out Friday), recently told EW that he believes that secret to Myers’ success as a cinematic scare is indeed his iconic mask. “It has a lot to do...

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The Flash's Candice Patton on the importance of showing Iris as a reporter

Warning: This article contains spoilers from last night’s episode of The Flash. Read at your own risk! Iris (Candice Patton) got back to her journalistic roots on The Flash! Although Iris revived her blog last season to stop the Thinker, last night’s episode of The Flash was the first time...

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Spider-Man: Far From Home wraps filming with new photos of the suit

Spider-Man may be going Far From Home in the sequel to Homecoming, but Tom Holland and Zendaya went back to New York for the final days of filming. Holland, who returns as Peter Parker in the Jon Watts film, revealed “a wrap” on principal photography for Spider-Man: Far From Home with photos of...

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Incredibles 2 deleted scene: A familiar, freaked-out face returns

This summer’s Incredibles 2 certainly had its hands full dealing with all the repercussions of the first film, what with superheroes suddenly unleashed in public and powers suddenly uncovered in private. But a deleted scene from the Disney/Pixar sequel shows that there were more loose ends in need...

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The Conners ratings are a lot lower than Roseanne premiere

ABC’s Roseanne-without-Roseanne spin-off The Conners couldn’t come anywhere close to the blockbuster premiere rating of its predecessor, yet still had a very strong number that led Tuesday night in the ratings. The debut airing delivered 10.5 million viewers and a 2.3 rating among adults 18-49....

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Lin-Manuel Miranda explains the biggest difference for U.K. audiences watching Hamilton

When Lin-Manuel Miranda’s American history musical Hamilton arrived on Broadway in 2015, it quickly became theater’s biggest smash hit in years. Somehow, it’s gotten even bigger since then. Hamilton has now expanded overseas to London, where there’s an ongoing production at the Victoria...

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