A&E is developing an Americanized version of the French series Les Revenants (The Returned) — but we strongly recommend that you check out the original first.
Set in a small French village, the show chronicles a group of people whose lives are turned upside-down when their loved ones start coming back from the dead. Among the most heartbreaking storylines: Camille, a girl who died in a bus crash four years prior, is stuck at age 15 even though her twin sister Lena is now 19; and Simon, a groom who dies just before his wedding, only to come back and discover that his fiancée and her new husband are raising his daughter.
Missy Pergrym, Matthew Owen Murray, Peter Mooney
Andy's got a lot on her plate on this week's Rookie Blue.
Andy (Missy Peregrym) might be conflicted between Sam (Ben Bass) and Nick (Peter Mooney), but on Thursday's episode she'll make a bold move towards one of the two. But she's also got more important things to worry about, such as whether or not her rookie Duncan (Matt Murray) has what it takes to succeed on the job. When she and Duncan find themselves alone— and in a life-and-death moment -- with a 12-year-old witness to a gang leader's death, Andy may regret giving her rookie so many chances.
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Sandra Bullock is making 50 look better than ever.
Later this month, the two-time Oscar nominee hits the half-century mark on the heels of receiving perhaps her best award yet: the Guys Choice Decade of Hotness trophy. Receiving the honor, the self-deprecating actress said, "It should really be Decade of Hot Mess. That I can own and I do that well and I'm still convinced I'm up here because someone dropped out and they needed someone quickly and we know I'm home on Saturdays."
Love Thy Neighbor
Is Linda's man getting too close too soon?
On Wednesday's episode of Love Thy Neighbor, Linda comes home to find Phillip — the guy she just started dating — already cozying up to her family and playing cards with the crew in Hattie's kitchen. Will Linda regret her decision to choose him over William?
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Mark Harmon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Gibson
Stuffed from eating too much barbecue? Sunburned from laying out at the beach? Then head inside this Fourth of July weekend to log in some serious time watching your favorite TV shows. Trust us, you'll have plenty of choices. Check out your options:
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The Deadliest Catch
It's about time that a woman join the Deadliest Catch crew.
On Tuesday's episode, the Northwestern fleet takes on a new recruit: Sig's 18-year-old daughter, Mandy. But the men aren't the only ones nervous about her coming aboard. Can Mandy hold her own?
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Game of Pugs
This week, we learned that the Game of Thrones opening credit sequence is much better when redone with pugs. After passing on the sci-fi pilot Delirium last year, Fox opted to make the episode available on Hulu. Also, actress Eliza Coupewondered whether she should fake her own death and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog stopped by a few bars to observe fans watching the World Cup. And breakout singer Sam Smith debuted a gorgeous cover of Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best onlinevideos:
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FX is putting a twist on family drama in the network's upcoming series Tyrant.
Premiering Tuesday at 10/9c, Tyrant stars Adam Rayner as Barry al Fayeed, a Calfornia pediatrician who's also secretly the youngest son of a Middle East dictator. When Barry reluctantly returns to his home country, it's not long before he, his wife and kids have to confront the longstanding family issues with his father and brother that he left behind so many years ago. And the longer Barry stays, the more we see the darker version of himself he's been running from for all these years.