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  • 17:57 - Young and Hungry - Episode 2.09 - Young & Pretty Woman - Press Release
    Josh has something to tell Gabi on a new episode of ABC Family's original comedy "Young & Hungry," airing on Wednesday, May 20th at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.

    In "Young & Pretty Woman," just when Cooper has moved back from China to be with Gabi, Josh decides he needs to confess something to her. Meanwhile, Elliot's boyfriend, Alan, delivers some unexpected news and then follows it up with an even more shocking surprise.

    "Young & Hungry" ranked as basic cable's #1 telecast in its time period in Adults 18-34 and Women 18-34, as well as other key demos during its debut season. The show was nominated for two Teen Choice Awards for Choice Summer TV Show, and Choice Summer TV Star - Female for Osment, as well as a People's Choice Award for Favorite Cable TV Comedy.

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  • 17:40 - Mr. Robot - 3 New Cast Additions
    TVLine has learned exclusively that Michele Hicks (The Shield) has boarded the drama in the recurring role of Sharon Knowles, New York State’s Chief Information Security Officer. With a resume spanning the private, non-profit, and public spheres, Sharon is always looking for new challenges.

    Michael Cristofer, meanwhile, will recur as Phillip Price, the E Corp CEO who in the face of corporate backstabbing, scandal and increasing instability, relies on the counsel of Sharon, his confidante. Relative newcomer Mitchell Winter will play Anwar, Price’s executive assistant.

    Additionally, Randy Harrison will recur as Harry, the stalwart spouse of AllSafe executive Gideon Goddard (Michael Gill) aka Elliot’s daytime boss.

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  • 15:15 - American Crime - Episode 1.10 - Promotional + BTS Photos

  • 15:25 - Masters of Sex - Season 3 - Heléne Yorke to Return
    One of Masters of Sex‘s favorite couples if back. Heléne Yorke, who recurred heavily on Season 1, is returning for the upcoming yorkethird season of the period drama. Yorke plays Jane Martin, the seemingly unassuming hospital secretary who became Virginia Johnson’s (Lizzy Caplan) first major recruit for her sex study with Dr. William Masters (Michael Sheen). Jane went on to star in the video footage for the study, earning the affection of the aspiring filmmaker hired to do shoot it, Lester (Kevin Christy).

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  • 15:22 - Wayward Pines - New Promos
    Wayward Pines - New Promo - My Town



    Wayward Pines - New Promo - There's Been An Accident



    Wayward Pines - New Promo - What Is Wayward Pines?



  • 15:15 - Halt and Catch Fire - Season 2 - Cast Promotional Photos

  • 15:05 - Young and Hungry - Episode 2.07 - Young & Ferris Wheel - Promo


  • 14:28 - Two Broke Girls - Episode 4.20 - And the Minor Problem - Promo


  • 13:42 - The Night Shift - Episode 2.12 - Moving On - Sneak Peeks




  • 13:19 - Blue Bloods - Episode 5.22 - The Art of War - Sneak Peek


  • 11:55 - Younger - Darren Star Interview
    Talk to me about the origin of "Younger." When did it first come across your plate?

    I sort of found the book a number of years ago. I don't exactly remember the circumstances — how I saw it — but I always thought it was a great premise for a TV series or a movie. It wasn't available when I first saw it, and then when it became available again I pursued it. I hadn't actually taken it anywhere, and I met the head of TV Land, Keith Cox, who I mentioned this to. And he said they wanted to change the direction of the network, and he said, "We absolutely love this. We're going to make the show." When you get that kind of enthusiasm going in from a network...

    That's definitely worth pursuing.

    Yeah, exactly. Rather than changing minds somewhere else, I'll go where I'm wanted.

    Did your initial pitch include the idea that there are these three really prominent characters who are women over the age of 40?

    Not specifically that. It was mostly just the concept of a woman trying to reinvent her life by pretending to be 26. But I always imagined it as a series, and it would be this multi-generational comedy. A comedy about women of different generations, who are engaging in all sorts of different ways with each other. When doing a series, I look for something that has an idea you can think about, something that I'm noticing and aware of and thinking about, because when you're doing a series, you think about more than just jokes... you know, when you're doing a comedy, you think about what's going to reflect people's experiences, in a way.

  • 11:23 - Mom - Season 2 Finale - TVLine Post-Mortem
    TVLINE | It feels like you were planting seeds of Roscoe’s discontent all season — from the minute he moved into the closet-sized bedroom. How far back did you make the decision to have him move in with his dad?
    We planned that out a few episodes in advance — that all the volatility in the household would take a toll in the finale.
    TVLINE | The last few episodes of the season, we saw Christy angrier than she’s been at any point in the series. Was that always the direction you wanted to go after you decided Bonnie would relapse?
    One of the first questions we had was who Bonnie’s slip would impact — and how it would really give Anna’s character a chance to really feel what she’s feeling about her mother. In an odd way, it’s Christy who’s paying the price emotionally for Bonnie’s relapse into drugs and alcohol. And that’s a story that doesn’t get told very often – certainly not in a sitcom. The arc was also a great opportunity for Anna also to portray a wide range of emotions. Take that scene at the end of last week’s episode, where Christy’s in an AA meeting — and she recognizes her anger is tied to the fear she had as a child: If her mom’s not OK, she’s not OK.


  • 10:50 - New Girl - Episode 4.22 - Clean Break - Promo + Sneak Peek
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  • 10:18 - Weird Loners - Episode 1.06 - We're Here. We're Weird. Get Used to Us. (Season Finale) - Sneak Peek


  • 09:30 - American Odyssey - Episode 1.07 - Soup Sandwich - Promotional Photos

  • 09:30 - American Crime Story: The People V. OJ Simpson - Jordana Brewster to play Denise Brown + Kenneth Choi to play Judge Ito
    Furious 7 star Jordana Brewster has booked her next big gig: EW has confirmed the actress will appear in Ryan Murphy’s new FX event series American Crime Story: The People V OJ Simpson. Brewster will portray Denise Brown, the sister of the slain Nicole Brown.
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    FX’s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson has cast another key player in the O.J. Simpson murder trial. Allegiance co-star Kenneth Choi will play Judge Lance Ito as a regular in the miniseries.

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  • 09:30 - Murder in the First - Season 2 - New Promo - Bad Apple

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