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Lucifer Recap: Self-Worth the Wait

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Fox’s Lucifer resumed Season 2 with an episode all about self-worth — spurred on in part by a staggering parade of the title character’s lovers from just the past eight weeks.

But hey, I’m just a writer, not the slut police.

PhotosLucifer First Look: Tim DeKay Does ‘Terrible Things’ in Upcoming Arc

Setting things in motion was the interruption of Lucifer and Chloe’s moment-over-burgers by Jana, a stewardess anxious for rack up more miles with, apparently, the world’s most super-satisfying lover. (Pays to know everyone’s desires, eh!) After an irked Chloe excuses herself from the near-kiss and leaves, »


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Celebrity Apprentice Recap: Motorcycles and Marital Tension

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Monday’s New Celebrity Apprentice found the remaining contestants riding on bikes — and throwing each other under buses.

RelatedNeed a refresher on last week’s Apprentice? Read our recap!

And speaking of pointing fingers, can we all just agree that, while he wasn’t technically in the competition, David Charvet should have been fired in Kyle Richards‘ place? Watching him refuse to pose as Brooke Burke’s motorcycle passenger for the Kawasaki campaign — for fear of “having Arnold look at [him] like some kind of wimp” — confirmed all of my suspicions that the Burke-Charvets belong with Kyle on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. »


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Mom Sneak Peek: Chris Pratt Horses Around With Wife Anna Faris

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A horse is a horse, of course, of course. Unless, of course, the horse is being piloted by the famous Mr. Chris Pratt.

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

As you may’ve heard, Anna Faris‘ real-life hubby guest stars in this week’s Mom (Thursday, 9/8c on CBS) as Marjorie’s nephew Nick, a dashing horseback riding instructor who catches Christy’s eye — so much so that she decides to take a lesson with him.

Big mistake.

As depicted in the exclusive video above, Christy makes a complete and utter jackass of herself. »


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The Haves and the Have Nots: It's Time to Show the Own Drama Some Respect

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When not gasping “Oh my God! Oh my God!” as The Haves and the Have Nots’ Katheryn chased frenemy Veronica around her mansion with a kitchen knife during Tuesday’s episode, I had two thoughts: 1. The Own drama is flippin’ awesome, and 2. not nearly enough critics acknowledge that fact.

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

As a fan of the series — created, Ep’d, written and directed by Tyler Perry — I find the lack of props as bewildering as it is irritating. Maybe I’d understand if I’d seen any of the Madea movies? »


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Flash Vet Teases (Improbable) Return: 'Now I Can Say It: I'm Coming Back'

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The latter’s brutal death at the hands of Savitar may not be the only roadblock facing The Flash‘s Barry and Iris.

On Monday morning, Rick Cosnett revealed on social media that he was heading back to the hit CW series, saying, “Hate to tease you but now I can say it: I’m coming back on #TheFlash.” The news comes just days after word broke that Robbie Amell was staging a similarly unexpected comeback, as dearly departed Ronnie.

Ok, hate to tease you but now I can say »


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Timeless Enlists Supernatural Star Misha Collins as Eliot Ness

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Timeless is staging a second Supernatural reunion.

Just weeks after news of Jim Beaver’s recurring role, Misha Collins — who plays Castiel on the aforementioned CW series — is set to reunite with his former boss Eric Kripke on the time-hopping NBC drama, it was announced Monday.

VideosTimeless Sneak Peek: Flynn Pressures Lucy Into Killing Rittenhouse’s Elite

Collins will play Untouchables leader Eliot Ness in the episode “Public Enemy No. 1.,” which finds Flynn traveling to 1931 Chicago to partner with gangster Al Capone (Tyrant‘s Cameron Gharaee). Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus, meanwhile, team up with the only man who »


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Ratings: Steelers/Chiefs Draw 30 Mil; Cowboys/Packers Deliver 48.5 Million

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NBC’s coverage of Sunday’s rescheduled game between the Steelers and Chiefs delivered all-time highs for a primetime NFL Wild Card or Divisional Playoff game in the overnight metered-market numbers.

In fast nationals, the divisional playoff match-up drew 32 million total viewers and a 10.4 demo rating, up from last year’s comparable Packers/Cardinals Ot thriller (which on a Saturday did 29.3 mil and a 9.2 in fast nats).

Fox’s coverage of the Cowboys/Packers afternoon thriller, meanwhile, averaged 48.5 mil, making it the most-watched divisional playoff game ever.

RelatedLady Gaga Confirms Super Bowl Halftime Stint: ‘It’s Not an Illusion’

Elsewhere in the ratings… »


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Hamilton Creator Pens West Wing Ode to President Bartlet & Co. — Watch

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Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda now is turning his attention to fictional presidents.

The self-professed West Wing superfan collaborated with The West Wing Weekly podcast, hosted by former series star Joshua Malina (Scandal) and Hrishikesh Hirway, to create “What’s Next?,” a tribute to the political drama and its leader, President Josiah Bartlet, that was released Monday.

RelatedDrunk History and Lin-Manuel Miranda Take on Hamilton: The Highlights

A post on the podcast’s site explains that Hirway “made a beat, an extended remix of our podcast’s intro theme, for the biggest West Wing fan we know.” Miranda then wrote lyrics and recorded the vocals. »


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Scorpion's Katharine McPhee Talks Paige's Frustrations, Walter's 'Ily' and 'Sweet Bond' With Grifter Mom

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For Scorpion‘s Katharine McPhee, getting Lea Thompson for a TV mom almost seemed to be her density.

Er, destiny.

“I was at a good friend’s wedding where I met Zoey Deutch (Switched at Birth, Ringer), and I knew that Lea was her mom. We kind of hung out, and three months later Lea comes on my show,” McPhee recounts for TVLine. “I was like, ‘I met your daughter before!’ And then I found out Lea lives not too far from me.”

RelatedScorpion EPs Talk Paige’s Fury at Walter, ‘Interesting’ Triangle Fallout

The Back to the Future »


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Girl Meets World Finale First Look: Riley's Friends Prepare to Say Goodbye

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Before the Girl Meets World gang says goodbye during Friday’s series finale (Disney Channel, 6/5c), Cory’s surprising his students with one last “history” test.

RelatedGirl Meets World Boss: ‘There Are Talks Underway’ to Continue the Series (Exclusive)

While his wife decides whether or not to move their family to London, Cory asks Riley and her friends to recall some of the biggest landmarks in their lives — and to see how they might help to predict what’s still to come.

Take a look at TVLine’s exclusive first look at the emotional episode below:

(In case you »


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Homeland Season 6 Premiere Recap: Losing the War, On Drugs

15 January 2017 6:58 PM, PST

We’ve got good news and bad news, Homeland fans. The good news: Sunday’s Season 6 premiere, “Fair Game,” confirms that bad-ass CIA assassin Peter Quinn is indeed alive. (Yay!) The bad news: Yeah, he’s not in such great shape.

After getting dosed with a chemical weapon last season and falling into a coma, Quinn somehow miraculously survived. (He is one tough cookie, after all.) But though he’s recovering in a Va hospital in New York City, Carrie discovers he’s not showing up for physical therapy like he should. When she does track him down, he looks terrible: weak, »


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Sherlock Season 4 Finale Recap: You're Invited to Family Game Night

15 January 2017 5:54 PM, PST

Need to catch up? Check out the previous Sherlock recap here.

We never thought we’d see another evil genius torture Sherlock like Moriarty did… but then again, no one can torture you quite like family.

Sherlock‘s Season 4 finale, “The Final Problem,” followed up on last week’s shocking arrival of Sherlock Holmes’ long-lost sister Eurus, revealing her to be a master manipulator who delights in toying with the emotions of her detective brother… and playing deadly games for her own amusement. But did she win out in the end? And if the rumors are true that this could be Sherlock‘s final season, »


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Delaying Grey's/Scandal/Htgawm Return for Trump Family Special Was a 'Very Hard Call,' Says ABC President

15 January 2017 4:00 PM, PST

You needn’t remind the head of ABC how much time effort was put into touting the return of Thursday’s #Tgit lineup, only to have that date pushed back a week by a Donald Trump pre-inauguration special.

RelatedGrey’s/Scandal/Htgawm Returns Delayed for Pre-Inauguration Special

“It was a very hard call. Believe me,” Channing Dungey, President of ABC Entertainment, shared with TVLine at the network’s Television Critics Association press tour soiree. “Nobody else has been waiting for it bigger than me.”

To recap: Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away With Murder were to resume their seasons on Thursday, »


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