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Can you tell me anything about the new season of House of Cards? — Kathy
Zoe and now-Vice President Frank Underwood are still on the outs, but he has a new ally. Jackie Sharp (Molly Parker), a third-term Democratic congresswoman, will fall into line for Frank's army, but not without some degree of resistance. "I don't think this character is a sociopath," Parker says. "But I do think she's interested in control. She's interested in power and fearlessness. She has a past and she has secrets, but she's not self-destructive. She has a conscience."
Are Tom and Liz headed for divorce on The Blacklist? — Lola
It's not looking good...
Jess' sister is finally coming to town!
Linda Cardellini will make her debut as troublemaker Abby in next Tuesday's episode of New Girl (9/8c, Fox) and TVGuide.com has the exclusive first look.
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"She's the opposite of...
The honeymoon period may soon be over! Even though Nick (Jake Johnson) and Jess (Zooey Deschanel) declared their love for one another during New Girl's post-Super Bowl episode, there is trouble brewing.
New Girl isn't taking the post-Super Bowl episode lightly.
Upon learning that the Fox comedy would air in TV's plum timeslot, executive producer Liz Meriwether said they immediately started planning with an eye toward making a spectacular episode both new viewers and old fans alike would enjoy. "Luckily, Prince reached out to us around the same time, so we started out ahead," Meriwether tells TVGuide.com. "With Prince wanting to do an episode, that was exactly what we needed to do for the post-Super Bowl episode."
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Two writers are going to court accusing Fox's New Girl of "blatant plagiarism" of their pilot script.
According to the lawsuit (obtained by The Hollywood Reporter), Stephanie Counts and Shari Gold claim the comedy is ripped from their script Square One. In addition to money and credit, they are demanding a "public apology" and an injunction to halt further filming and distribution of the popular series.