Nicole Beharie, Tom Mison
[WARNING: The following contains many juicy spoilers from Monday's Sleepy Hollow. Read at your own risk!]
Sleepy Hollow was an exercise in Murphy's Law this week. Everything that could go wrong, did. So where does the Fox drama go from here? Stars Tom Mison, Orlando Jones and Lyndie Greenwood preview what's next as the countdown to the apocalypse continues.
When a mysterious hatch is uncovered, things start to go haywire. It's not an episode of Lost, but close: Lost executive producer Damon Lindelof came up with the story behind the Phineas and Ferb episode "Lost in Danville," which airs Monday night at 7:30/6:30c on Disney XD.
It's been nearly four months since a bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike left actor Tracy Morgan in critical condition and fellow comedian Jim McNair dead.
In July, the 30 Rock alum, who was among several people injured in the crash, sued Walmart alleging negligence on the company's part for not recognizing that truck driver Kevin Roper had been awake for more than 24 hours prior to getting behind the wheel of the truck that eventually slammed into Morgan's limo bus.
Oh dear. It seems that Amanda Bynes is once again making poor life choices.
The She's the Man actress, whose history of odd behavior extends back to 2010 when she abruptly announced her retirement from acting, was arrested on Sunday after she stopped her car in the middle of an intersection in Los Angeles, reports TMZ.
Courteney Cox, John Cho
What's in a name? A lot when it comes to show titles. Naming a show isn't easy. You want to be brief but convey what the show is about, catchy but not cliché, original but not too out-there, inviting but not alienating. The last one sounds like a no-brainer, but tell that to ABC. For a network nicknamed the Alphabet, it has been the worst title offender in recent years. (But hey, they are into irony.)
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Here are 13 of ABC's worst titles:
Lisa Thomson, Michelle Thomson
It was an amazing déjà vu. For the second time in four seasons, the beach-set first leg onThe Amazing Race ended with the last three teams, including a pair of firefighters, taking a four-hour penalty on a Roadblock. While the firefighters got the boot on Season 22, Michael and Scott edged out realtor sisters Lisa and Michelle on Friday's Season 25 premiere, thanks to some cab-shoving. But there are no hard feelings. "If I had to throw them out of a cab, I would've done the same thing," Lisa tells TVGuide.com. Keep reading to see what they have to say about their elimination, how long they dug for and if Lisa really thinks the sun sets in the East.
Analeigh Tipton, Jake McDorman
I'll be the first to admit I didn't love the pilot of ABC's Manhattan Love Story. In fact, you could even say I was disappointed. A show about dating, set in New York City is totally up my alley. But months after watching the less-than-stellar pilot, I got an opportunity to watch the show's third episode, while also voicing my concerns — mostly about the heavy use of voiceover — to the creator Jeff Lowell. I came out of both my conversation and the screening pleasantly surprised.
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Lorde has released her a new song, titled "Yellow Flicker Beat," for the upcoming third film in the Hunger Games series.
In July, Lionsgate announced that the 17-year-old music phenom would be curating the soundtrack and choosing which artists would be featured. The list is still under wraps and "Yellow Flicker Beat" is the first single for the album. which is slated for a Nov. 18 release date.
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You really can't let it go.
Once Upon a Time's Frozen-fied Season 4 returned to 9.4 million viewers and a 3.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Sunday, up ...