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  • 03:15 - The Last Man on Earth - Episode 2.06 - A Real Live Wire - Promo

  • 03:15 - Blood and Oil - Episode 1.06 - Convergence - Promo

  • 22:10 - The Muppets - Episode 1.05 - Walk the Swine - Promo 2 feat Reese Witherspoon

  • 22:10 - Gotham - Season 2 - Michelle Veintimilla Interview
    Do you see Bridgit as a role model, even though she's a villain?

    I think so. Bridgit has an incredible amount of heart, and she sees the injustices that happen in Gotham, and she feels very passionately about trying to right the wrongs. I think that it's going to be interesting to see what makes her turn bad. It doesn't come from testosterone-based aggression; I think she feels cheated, because she's had the strength all along and hasn't had the chance to really express that. Now she has, and she's going to run with it.

  • 22:10 - South Park - Asking For Yaoi Fanart For This Weeks Episode
    Read Info Here

  • 22:10 - From Dusk Till Dawn - Episode 2.10 (Season Finale) - Sneak Peek
    Thanks to RD for the heads up.

    Watch Video Here

  • 00:10 - The Middle - Episode 7.07 - Homecoming II: The Tailgate - Press Release
    Marsha Mason Guest Stars as Frankie’s Mom, Pat

    “Homecoming II: The Tailgate” – Frankie is looking forward to taking part in the annual homecoming tailgate. But she begins to feel like the event will become an embarrassing disaster when her mom, Pat, decides to come out and join in the fun. Meanwhile, with Axl down with a bad case of the stomach flu, Mike turns his attention to Brick to help him win the tailgate cornhole tournament trophy that has eluded him for so long, and Sue volunteers to be the class liaison for Homecoming at the event, on “The Middle,” WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

    “The Middle” stars Patricia Heaton as Frankie, Neil Flynn as Mike, Charlie McDermott as Axl, Eden Sher as Sue and Atticus Shaffer as Brick.

    Guest starring are Marsha Mason as Pat Spence, Jen Ray as Nancy Donahue, Sean O’Bryan as Ron Donahue, Beau Wirick as Sean Donahue, Julie Brown as Paula Norwood, Pat Finn as Bill Norwood, Chris Darga as Mr. Farrar, Nick Peine as burnout Tad and Josh Pafchek as burnout Mitch.

    ”Homecoming II: The Tailgate” was written by Ilana Wernick and directed by Lee Shallat Chemel.

  • 00:10 - Rosewood - Episode 1.06 - Policies and Ponies - Promotional Photos

  • 10:30 - Clipped - Cancelled by TBS

  • 10:30 - Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Episode 3.05 - Halloween III - Sneak Peek

  • 10:30 - The Last Man on Earth - Episode 2.05 - Crickets - Sneak Peeks

  • 10:30 - Black-ish - Episode 2.06 - Jacked o' Lantern - Promo feat Michael Strahan

  • 10:30 - Grandfathered - Dr. Phil to Guest
    Phil McGraw, the tough love TV personality who hosts Dr. Phil, will guest-star on an upcoming episode of the Fox comedy that stars John Stamos as a reforming bachelor who finds out that he’s a father — and grandfather, too. He’s not playing himself, though. When Sara (Paget Brewster) pressures Jimmy (Stamos) into seeing a doctor for the first time in more than 20 years, Dr. Phil enters the picture as Dr. Bateman, a no-nonsense physician who is immune to Jimmy’s charms.

    The episode is slated to air in early 2016.

  • 10:30 - The Muppets - Episode 1.05 - Walk the Swine - Promo feat Reese Witherspoon

  • 10:30 - I Love Lakshmi & Pre-Madonna - NBC Developing Indian-American Family Comedies
    NBC has put in development I Love Lakshmi, a multi-camera family comedy from Universal TV and studio-based Aggregate (Growing Up Fisher).

    The project is co-written by Muffy Bolding & Doug Prochilo and inspired by Prochilo’s real-life experience marrying into an Indian family (He is married to Universal TV president Bela Bajaria). I Love Lakshmi follows the trials and tribulations of new parents, Danny and Lakshmi, as they endure Lakshmi’s own meddlesome immigrant parents — whose version of the American dream never included a Danny.

    At NBC, I Love Lakshmi joins another Indian American-themed comedy, Pre-Madonna, from Uni TV and Amy Poehler’s Paper Kite Prods., which has a put pilot commitment. Written by filmmaker Nisha Ganatra inspired by her adolescence, the project finds Sarita Gupta entering a Chicago high school in 1983 and navigating the painful and hilarious path of finding out who she really is.

  • 10:30 - The Divine Monster - Family Drama in Development at FOX
    Ugly Betty creator Silvio Horta has teamed with producer-director Brett Ratner for The Divine Monster, a twisty family drama based on the Belgian series of the same name (original title Het Goddelijke Monster). Written by Miami-born Horta, The Divine Monster chronicles the fall of the wealthy Vega family of Miami, whose real estate empire is built upon decades of greed, corruption, generally bad behavior and an alarming number of curious deaths. Horta is executive producing with Ratner. Warner Bros. TV, where Horta is under an overall deal, is the studio, producing with Horta’s Silent H Productions and Ratner’s RatPac Television. The project has a script commitment.