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30th April

  • 20:05 - The Returned - Episode 1.09 - Helen - Promotional Photos

  • 19:03 - Royal Pains - Season 7 - Ed Weeks to Guest
    Mindy Project star Ed Weeks has landed a guest-starring role on Royal Pains’ upcoming season, EW has learned exclusively.

    Weeks will play Cole Chapman Smith, an intense Hollywood method actor who has found the perfect person to help him prepare for his next role: Hank (Mark Feuerstein).

    The actor is slated to appear in an episode airing mid-June, while the seventh season of Royal Pains is expected to return on Tuesday, June 2 at 10 p.m. ET on USA.

  • 19:00 - Veep - Episode 4.04 - Tehran - Sneak Peek

  • 18:39 - History orders Roots remake
    Roots, a remake of one of the most celebrated TV programs of all time, blockbuster 1977 miniseries Roots, is a go at History, which has been developing the project for over a year. The new event series is being made into a big A+E Networks affair, with History, A&E and Lifetime all set to simulcast it. (The company previously applied that approach to the Bonnie & Clyde miniseries.)


  • 16:28 - MOVIES: Fifty Shades Darker - Teaser Trailer

  • 14:00 - MOVIES: Poltergeist - Sneak Peek

  • 12:32 - Undateable - Episode 2.07 - 2.10 - Press Releases
    Episode 2.07 - 2.08 - A Live Show Walks Into a Bar

    05/05/2015 (09:00PM - 10:00PM) (Tuesday) : 'UNDATEABLE' GOES LIVE WITH SURPRISE GUEST APPEARANCES - VICTORIA JUSTICE GUEST STARS -- When a music festival comes to Detroit, Danny (Chris D'Elia) and Justin (Brent Morin) both try to win over a beautiful backup singer (guest star Victoria Justice) they met in the bar. As Danny tries to give Justin the chance to get the girl, he can't help but compete for her attention. Meanwhile, the gang does their best to keep Candace (Bridgit Mendler) from going back to her old boyfriend. Bianca Kajlich, Ron Funches, David Fynn and Rick Glassman.

    Episode 2.09 - An Angry Judge Walks Into a Bar

    05/12/2015 (09:00PM - 09:30PM) (Tuesday) : JUSTIN MAKES A TERRIBLE IMPRESSION ON HIS NEW GIRLFRIEND'S FATHER-PHILL LEWIS GUEST STARS - Justin (Brent Morin) makes an embarrassing mistake in front of his new girlfriend's father (guest star Phill Lewis). In Danny's (Chris D'Elia) efforts to try and help, he makes things even worse. Meanwhile, Candace (Bridgit Mendler) tries to deal with her crush on Justin. Bianca Kajlich, Ron Funche?s, David Fynn and Rick Glassman also star.

    Episode 2.10 - Cop Number Four Walks Into a Bar

    05/12/2015 (09:30PM - 10:00PM) (Tuesday) : CANDACE ENTERS A CONTEST TO WIN A NEW HOUSE -- In order to get space from Justin (Brent Morin), Candace (Bridgit Mendler) tries to win a free house in a contest Leslie (Bianca Kajlich) is running. The guys go to cheer her on, but Danny (Chris D'Elia) enters the contest when Candace's ex-boyfriend shows up. Meanwhile, Shelly (Ron Funches) convinces Brett (David Fynn) that he should come out to his friends back in London via Skype so that he can truly be free. Rick Glassman also stars.


  • 12:21 - Wayward Pines - Episode 1.02 - Do Not Discuss Your Life Before - Press Release
    --"WAYWARD PINES"-- (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) CC-AD-HDTV 720p-Dolby Digital 5.1


    After finding Secret Service agent Bill Evans' body in an abandoned house, Ethan continues to search for clues with the help of Beverly. Meanwhile, Theresa and Ben decide to go to Idaho to look for Ethan and Ethan finds out why residents of Wayward Pines always have to answer their phones in the all-new "Don't Discuss Your Life Before" episode of WAYWARD PINES airing Thursday, May 21 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (PIN-102) (TV-14 L, V)

    Cast: Matt Dillon as Ethan Burke; Melissa Leo as Nurse Pam; Carla Gugino as Kate Hewson Ballinger; Toby Jones as Dr. Jenkins; Terrence Howard as Sheriff Pope; Juliette Lewis as Beverly; Shannyn Sossamon as Theresa Burke; Tim Griffin as Adam Hassler; Charlie Tahan as Ben Burke; Reed Diamond as Harold Ballinger.

    Guest Cast: Greta Lee as Ruby; Siobhan Fallon Hogan as Arlene Moran; Lindsey Kraft as Darla; Chad Krowchuk as Tim Bell; Lindsay Hollister as Patricia Evans.


  • 11:43 - American Crime - Episode 1.09 - Sneak Peek

  • 11:30 - Last Man on Earth - Episode 1.13 - Screw the Moon (Season Finale) - Promotional Photos

  • 11:05 - The Odd Couple - Episode 1.09 - Sleeping Dogs Lie - Sneak Peeks

  • 10:48 - Battle Creek - Episode 1.11 - The Hand Off & Episode 1.12 - Homecoming - Promotional Episode Photos
    Battle Creek - Episode 1.11 - The Hand Off

    Battle Creek - Episode 1.12 - Homecoming

  • 10:33 - Grimm - Season Finale - TV Guide Scan

  • 10:26 - MOVIES: Kingsman: The Secret Service - Sequel In Development
    A sequel to the surprise blockbuster “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is in the works at Fox.

    There was no announcement by the studio or a timetable, but there will be a followup to the R-rated comic book adaptation directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring Colin Firth, individuals with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

    It makes sense. The London-set “Kingsman: The Secret Service” crossed the $400 million mark at the global box office this weekend. It generated most of that — about $275 million — from abroad.


  • 10:18 - Dig - Episode 1.10 - Armageddon Protocol (Season Finale) - Press Release
    DIG - "Armageddon Protocol" - 10pm/9c Season Finale

    With the fate of humanity at stake, Peter (Jason Isaacs) races to stop the Order of Moriah's plan to destroy the Temple Mount and bring about the End of Days. A trapped Lynn (Anne Heche) takes matters into her own hands, leading up to an explosive confrontation with the Ambassador (Regina Taylor). Tad Billingham (David Costabile) is confronted by a deadly flaw in his plan. Peter discovers all of the answers in the Emma Wilson (Alison Sudol) case.

    Guest stars: Zen McGrath, Guy Selenik, Richard E. Grant, Angela Bettis, Shmil Ben Ari, Noa Tishby, Moshe Ivgy, Assi Cohen, Cooper Thornton, Mark Ivanir

    The series also stars Ori Pfeffer


  • 09:13 - Netflix Orders Green Eggs and Ham
    Beverly Hills, Calif., April 29, 2015 – Issued from Netflix headquarters. Delivered straight to all reporters.

    We’d love to share some happy news
    based on the rhymes of Dr. Seuss.
    Green Eggs and Ham will become a show
    and you’re among the first to know.

    In this richly animated production,
    a 13-episode introduction,
    standoffish inventor (Guy, by name)
    and Sam-I-Am of worldwide fame,
    embark on a cross-country trip
    that tests the limits of their friendship.
    As they learn to try new things,
    they find out what adventure brings.
    Of course they also get to eat
    that famous green and tasty treat!

    Cindy Holland, VP of Original Content for Netflix
    threw her quote into the mix:
    “We think this will be a hit
    Green Eggs and Ham is a perfect fit
    for our growing slate of amazing stories
    available exclusively in all Netflix territories.
    You can stream it on a phone.
    You can stream it on your own.
    You can stream it on TV.
    You can stream it globally.”

    For those of you less poetic, here’s a change in aesthetic:
    Based on the classic global best-selling book by Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel), Green Eggs and Ham will be adapted for television by Jared Stern (The LEGO® Movie Sequel), who will also serve as executive producer alongside Ellen DeGeneres, Jeff Kleeman, Mike Karz and David Dobkin. The animated family comedy is from A Very Good Production, A Stern Talking To and Gulfstream Television in association with Warner Bros Animation, and distributed by Warner Bros. Television.


29th April

  • 22:33 - MOVIES: The Last Witch Hunter Official Teaser Trailer #1 (2015) - Vin Diesel, Michael Caine Movie

  • 20:15 - ABC to Save Nearly $10 Million in Patrick Dempsey 'Grey's Anatomy' Exit
    While longtime viewers of Grey's Anatomy might be furious over leading man Patrick Dempsey's departure from the series, ABC might be cheering his exit.

    Dempsey was among TV's highest-paid stars, earning what sources say was about $400,000 an episode — or roughly $9.6 million for a 24-episode season of the drama, which is produced by ABC Studios.

    The actor, 49, was written out when his Derek "McDreamy" Shepherd was killed off in the April 23 episode, which was penned by series creator Shonda Rhimes. Perhaps even more surprising was that Dempsey had another year left on his contract.

  • 20:15 - Younger - Episode 1.07 - Broke and Pantyless - Promo

  • 20:10 - Mike and Molly - Episode 5.20 - Fight to the Finish - Promo

  • 20:05 - Mom - Episode 2.22 - Fun Girl Stuff and Eternal Salvation - Sneak Peeks

  • 20:00 - Salem - Episode 2.06 - Ill Met By Moonlight - Extended Synopsis
    The Countess Marburg arrives in Salem bearing gifts for the citizenry and advice for Mary. As she plans her next move, her son Sebastian remains preoccupied by less puritanical matters. While Anne Hale reflects both guiltily and gleefully on her recent activities, Cotton Mather – fueled by magic, alcohol, or perhaps by true emotion – comes to blows with another of Salem’s powerful leaders. The ensuing battle leads to an outcome that might either help or hinder Mary’s plans. John Alden pursues his deadly mission and – finding himself seriously weakened by his recent and repeated uses of unfamiliar magic – seeks respite in a familiar place... with surprising results. Meanwhile, Cotton makes a measured confession, two of Salem’s most damaged residents continue to find solace in each other, Mercy encounters a potential new ally, and Mary seeks out help from an unexpected source.


    Janet Montgomery - Mary Sibley
    Shane West - John Alden
    Seth Gabel - Cotton Mather
    Tamzin Merchant - Anne Hale
    Ashley Madekwe - Tituba
    Elise Eberle - Mercy Lewis
    Iddo Goldberg - Isaac Walton
    Joe Doyle - Baron Sebastian von Marburg
    Oliver Bell - Boy
    Lucy Lawless (Guest Star) - Countess Marburg
    Jeremy Crutchley (Guest Star) - Hathorne
    Thomas Francis Murphy (Guest Star) - Rev. Lewis
    Sammi Hanratty (Guest Star) - Dollie
    Christopher Berry (Guest Star) - Petrus
    Michael Mulheren (Guest Star) - George Sibley
    Ian Hoch - Customs Clerk
    Miles Doleac - Captain Braun
    Teri Wyble - Kitty

    Written by Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders
    Directed by Nick Copus