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The SpoilerTV Daily Newsreel - 3rd September 2015 *Updated*



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  • 15:20 - Grey's Anatomy - Season 12 - Shonda Rhimes Interview
    The Grey’s Anatomy boss tells TVLine that the decision to flash forward an entire year last May immediately following the passing of McDreamy had everything to do with Ellen Pompeo‘s inconsolable widow.

    “I couldn’t imagine a world in which Meredith could go a month and be able to speak or breathe — or [even] six months,” Rhimes shares. “I needed time to pass for her to even be in a place where I felt like she could have a conversation.”

    Rhimes herself had a tough time grappling with the loss. “It was brutal,” she laments. “I found it incredibly painful to write and incredibly painful to watch. I didn’t go to a single moment of the filming because I was like, ‘I’m just going to stand there and cry like an idiot.'”
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  • 15:10 - NCIS - Season 13 - Gary Glasberg Interview
    Thanks to Daniel for the heads up.

    TV Fanatic: How do you creatively build that tension when we know Gibbs aren’t really going anywhere?

    Gary Glasberg: We ended with a scenario where he was getting shot and really injured. We pick up right where we left off and dealing with an injury like that is significant for anyone. And recovering from it and rehabilitating from it and there’s psychological trauma and physical trauma that goes along with that.

    That’s what we’re going to see as the season progresses is you’re going to see a change in Gibbs. You’re going to see a physical change and an emotional change and Mark Harmon is really diving into that and making it unique. It’s been exciting to watch and we’ve got some really emotional stuff coming up from him.

    The chemistry between Gibbs and his doctor, played by Jon Cryer, is a unique relationship and it’s been fun to watch them connect and rely on each other. I’m excited to have Jon as part of the show this season.

    TVF: Is Gibbs going to be more challenged in the physical or emotional sense?

    GG: It’s a little bit of both. He’s shot in the chest, he has his knee replaced…it’s an eye opener for him because the Gibbs character literally has to step back and say ‘how many more lives does this cat have?’ How much more can he live through and if he isn’t around to take care of his family, then what happens to his family?

    It raises all kinds of questions and people are going to see some different and interesting shifts in Gibbs and he’s going to open up a little more to people more, as well. It’s a slightly different Leroy Jethro Gibbs this season and I will tell you that that carries through to how he dresses, how he presents himself and interesting little quirks that longtime fans are going to pick up on right away.
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  • 15:05 - Chicago Shows - Poster


  • 15:00 - Grey's Anatomy - Season 12 - Samantha Sloyan Returning

    Thanks to Alex S for the heads up.


    Source: Calzona

  • 13:50 - Truth Be Told - Episode 1.01 - Pilot - New Promotional Photos

  • 01:30 - Mistresses - Episode 3.13 - Goodbye Girl (Season Finale) - Sneak Peeks



  • 01:40 - Playing House - Episode 2.07 / Episode 2.08 (Season Finale) - Press Release
    TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
    PLAYING HOUSE - "Celebrate Me Scones" - 10:30pm/9:30c *Season Finale*

    Playing House" season two finale culminates when Maggie (Lennon Parham) surprises Emma (Jessica St. Clair) with tickets to go see their musical hero, Kenny Loggins, in concert. When things don't go as planned, the two best friends and Maggie's younger brother Zach (Zach Woods) risk it all to get closer to the "Danger Zone."

    Guest Star: Pamela Adlon

    TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
    PLAYING HOUSE - "Officer of the Year" - 10pm/9c *Season Finale*

    Emma (Jessica St. Clair) organizes the Pinebrook Policeman's Ball with the help of Maggie (Lennon Parham) and Rabbi Dan (Kyle Bornheimer). With things on the fence with Tina (Lindsay Sloane), Mark (Keegan-Michael Key) debates who to bring as a date. Later, the celebration gets wild when Maggie and Bruce (Brad Morris) hit the dance floor.
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  • 01:30 - American Horror Story Hotel - EW Interview with Lady Gaga and Matt Bomer
    Is it a true foursome if half the sexual participants are dead? This question for the ages is being posed on a hot Monday evening on set. Lady Gaga, making her AHS debut as an enigmatic figure named the Countess, and Matt Bomer, playing her paramour Donovan, are filming their aforementioned tryst. It involves the Countess and Donovan having naked fun with another male-female duo in her hotel penthouse—then slashing their companions’ throats with razor-sharp chain-mail gloves and feasting on their blood.

    Next Gaga and Bomer rev up to shoot their respective killing scenes. Bomer, the weaponized black glove on his hand and only a sock covering his junk, goes first, with co-creator and director Ryan Murphy calling out commands like “Stab! Feed!” Gaga sits behind the monitors and watches like a superfan. “Yaasssss, queeeeen! Work that glove,” she yells at the end of a take. Murphy comes back and imitates the superstar’s enthusiastic chant. Laughing, Gaga exclaims, “I’m gonna wet my merkin!” In between scenes, the six-time Grammy winner entertains with stories about everything from her love of the Real Housewives franchise (she watches all of them) to her celebrity pals (she’s currently babysitting Cher’s horse).

  • 01:15 - Chicago PD - Season 3 - New BTS Photo


  • 01:15 - Graceland - Episode 3.11 / Episode 3.12 - Press Release
    THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
    GRACELAND - "The Wires" - 10pm/9c

    Johnny (Manny Montana) goes undercover to prevent a gang war, Jakes (Brandon Jay McLaren) and Charlie (Vanessa Ferlito) aim to take over Germaine's (guest star Hal Ozsan) business, and Mike (Aaron Tveit) begins piecing together Briggs' (Daniel Sunjata) master plan.

    The series also stars Serinda Swan.

    Guest Stars: Peter Stormare, Mahedi Rakib, Rey Gallegos, Rhys Coiro, Terri Hoyos, Jordi Vilasuso

    THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
    GRACELAND - "Dog Catches Car" - 10pm/9c

    As the feud between the Sarkissians and a local gang escalates to uncharted heights, Briggs' (Daniel Sunjata) motives are finally revealed, and Mike's (Aaron Tveit) hunt for the Sarin gas holds hundreds of lives in the balance.

    The series also stars Serinda Swan, Brandon Jay McLaren, Manny Montana and Vanessa Ferlito.

    Guest Stars: Peter Stormare, Maryam Cne, Jordi Vilasuso, Terri Hoyos, Rhys Coiro, Mahedi Rakib, Annie Ilonzeh
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  • 01:15 - You're The Worst - Season 2 - Echo Kellum Joins Cast in a Recurring Role
    The Stephen Falk comedy has enlisted Echo Kellum for a recurring role in season two, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    Kellum, will play "Tall Nathan," a member of the improv group Edgar (Desmin Borges) joins this season. Called Tall Nathan to distinguish himself from the countless other Nathans in the improv comedy world, he's part of Dorothy's (Collette Wolfe) comedy team, "Hey, Put That Down Brian." Good-natured and always down to be part of the joke, Nathan is the self-appointed leader of "Brian," and thinks the funniest thing in the world is pulling his testicles out of his pants. Kellum will first appear in the "All About That Paper" episode. (Get a first look at the episode, above.)
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  • 01:15 - MOVIES: Angry Birds - First Look Photos


    More Photos Here at EW

  • 01:15 - ABC Family - September 2015 Programming Highlights - Press Release
    Wednesday, September 2

    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Young & Hungry (“Young & Unemployed”)
    (8:00 PM – 8:30 PM ET/PT)
    Sofia announces that she quit her job, so Gabi tries to get her hired as Josh’s paid intern.

    Wednesday, September 2
    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Kevin From Work (“Roommates From Work”)
    (8:30 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT)
    Kevin and Roxie clash as roommates, so Roxie decides to move in with Patti and Audrey. But Audrey can’t handle Roxie either, so Kevin offers Audrey a place to stay.

    Monday, September 7

    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Switched at Birth ("Between Hope & Faith")
    (8:00 PM – 9:01 PM ET/PT)
    Daphne is thrilled when Eric asks Regina to move in with him, but Regina is troubled by how little she knows about the mother of Eric’s son, Will, and decides to go to Atlanta to find out more about the woman.

    Monday, September 7
    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Chasing Life (“Bottle of Secrets”)
    (9:01 PM – 10:01 PM ET/PT)
    Everyone is trapped in the Carver house as a huge storm moves over Boston.

    Wednesday, September 9

    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Young and Hungry (“Young & Oh, Brother!")
    (8:00 PM – 8:30 PM ET/PT)
    When Sofia’s younger brother Benji comes to stay, Gabi falls for him, only to discover that he’s not into her.

    Wednesday, September 9
    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Kevin From Work ("Birthday From Work")
    (8:30 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT)
    It’s Kevin’s birthday, but he has no interest in celebrating. Julia has to deal with a cat emergency and places Kevin and Audrey in charge of the office

    Monday, September 14

    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Switched At Birth (“We Mourn, We Weep, We Love Again”)
    (8:00 PM – 9:01 PM ET/PT)
    Daphne joins an ambulance ride-along so that she can become her dorm floor’s crisis leader for extra credit.

    Monday, September 14
    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Chasing Life (“First Person”)
    (9:01 PM – 10:01 PM ET/PT)
    April meets with Calvin, a would-be lit agent, about her book, but after visiting Leo’s day camp with Dominic, she decides that she needs to dig deeper if readers are going to connect with her book.

    Wednesday, September 16

    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Young & Hungry ("Young & Earthquake")
    (8:00 PM – 8:30 PM ET/PT)
    When a local psychic correctly predicts an earthquake, Gabi and Sofia wonder whether her other predictions will come to pass.

    Wednesday, September 16
    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Kevin From Work (“Secrets From Work”)
    (8:30 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT)
    Kevin and Audrey bound over Julia’s secret, hidden bathroom, but the connection is short lived when Ricky discovers it too.

    Monday, September 21
    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Switched at Birth (“Instead of Damning the Darkness, It’s Better to Light a Little Lantern”)
    (8:00 PM – 9:01 PM ET/PT)
    Daphne, Bay, and Travis celebrate spring break with a volunteer trip to rural Mexico with Melody to distribute hearing aids to underprivileged locals.

    Monday, September 21
    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Chasing Life (“Ready or Not”)
    (9:01 PM – 10:01 PM ET/PT)
    April tries to use her connections at the Post to schmooze with a book publisher at an exclusive event, but is out-scooped by a former friend from college.

    Wednesday, September 23

    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Young & Hungry (“Young & How Sofia Got Her Groove Back”)
    (8:00 PM – 8:30 PM ET/PT)
    Gabi tries to help Sofia by treating her to a spa day at a fancy hotel, but when Sofia is mistaken for a prostitute, Gabi’s pep talk goes down the drain.

    Wednesday, September 23
    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Young & Hungry (“Young & Trashy”)
    (8:30 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT)
    The day of Josh’s app launch, Gabi and Sofia get him a shirt that they later find out belonged to Steve Jobs and need to get it back.

    Monday, September 28

    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Switched at Birth (“Borrowing Your Enemy’s Arrows”)
    (8:00 PM – 9:01 PM ET/PT)
    Daphne and Mingo introduce their parents to one another. Bay has an unexpected encounter.

    Monday, September 28
    Original Series – Season Finale
    Chasing Life (“La Dolce Vida”)
    (9:01 PM – 10:01 PM ET/PT)
    April and Beth prep for their trip to Rome. Greer returns and announces that she’s moving back to Boston, making Brenna both excited and conflicted about Finn.

    Wednesday, September 30

    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Young & Hungry (“Young & Doppleganger”)
    (8:00 PM – 8:30 PM ET/PT)
    Gabi goes behind Sofia’s back and rents their apartment during gay pride weekend to surprising and disastrous results.

    Wednesday, September 30
    Original Series – Episode Premiere
    Kevin From Work (“Aftershock From Work”)
    (8:30 PM – 9:00 PM ET/PT)
    After a small earthquake, Kevin is responsible for organizing an earthquake drill, but his duties get in the way of an opportunity to interview with a corporate headhunter.
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  • 01:15 - MOVIES: HBO's All The Way - First Look at Bryan Cranston


  • 01:15 - The Big Bang Theory - Season 9 - BTS Photo of Laura Spencer
    Thanks to Andrew Barker for the heads up.



  • 01:15 - Galavant - Season 2 - BTS Photos + a First Look at Kylie Minogue
    Thanks to tsukikomew for the heads up.













  • 0:10 - Arrow - Season 4 - BTS Photo of Stephen Amell
    Thanks to arrowshieldfan for the heads up.

    Mr Amell tweeted complimentary words about working together a few days back. It's a funny thing acting, I often equate...

    Posted by Paul Blackthorne on Wednesday, 2 September 2015


  • 0:10 - Minority Report - Andrew J. West to Guest

    Andrew J. West, who was Terminus leader Gareth on last season of the AMC horror series, will appear on an upcoming episode of Fox’s future-set techno thriller.

    West’s character in Minority Report is described as an “elegant and very wealthy alpha male playboy, well pedigreed, with good genes, he’s a point-zero-one percenter who has a run-in with Dash (Stark Sands) and Vega (Meagan Good) when Dash cliques with one of his favorite executives.”

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  • 0:00 - Untitled Dramedy From Dan Fogelman gets Pilot Order at NBC
    The Galavant and Grandfathered exec producer has nabbed a pilot production order for an untitled dramedy at NBC, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    Fogelman's untitled hourlong dramedy is described as a unique ensemble following characters all born on the same day.

    Fogelman will pen the script and executive produce alongside Jess Rosenthal and Charlie Gogolak (Back in the Game, Kyle XY). John Requa (Back in the Game) and Glenn Ficarra (Back in the Game) are set to direct the pilot and exec produce.

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