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  • 20:40 - You, Me and the Apocalypse - NBC Reveals Premiere Date


  • 20:35 - CSI: Cyber - Episode 2.10 - Shades of Grey - Promotional Photos
  • 2 Broke Girls - Episode 5.05 - And the Escape Room - Sneak Peek

  • 19:20 - Mom - Episode 3.07 - Kreplach and a Tiny Tush - Promotional Photos

  • 22:30 - Agents of SHIELD - Season 3 - Interview with Costume Designer Ann Foley
    Thanks to Alex Forrest for the heads up.
    “I take my cues from whatever’s in the script,” she explains to EW. “And obviously each script has its own set of challenges throughout the season. That’s where we start, and then depending on what’s happening with the characters … if it’s a costume that has to be built, we start fabric-swatching, doing illustrations. If there are costumes that are civilian looks, then it’s just a matter of shopping.” While Foley does a majority of her shopping online (Shopbop is her go-to), she also has two shoppers that go out on the streets in her stead.

    It’s not quite as easy as picking a look and calling it a day, though. “For me, it’s about the character. And the needs of the show are so different from some other shows that are more stylized,” says Foley. “We don’t have a lot of high-end labels on the show, because they’re not really needed. But we do have a lot of fun designers and I would say that we cover all sides of it. I’ve got stuff on the show from Rag & Bone, all the way down to Topshop.” For Foley, there’s an important mantra that comes with choosing clothes for characters: it doesn’t matter where it’s from, as long as it makes sense. “Bobbi wears a ton of LuLulemon but she’s also in G-Star, and her boots are Stuart Weitzman,” she explains. “And even with Coulson … in season 1, a lot of his suits were Hugo Boss and in season 2, I moved into some custom made suits for him, changing his silhouette. And this season, when we moved more into his more badass civilian look, again, it’s all over the map. It’s All Saints, it’s Hugo Boss … he’s got a jacket from Acme, and then the jacket that he wore in ‘Closure’ was Ralph Lauren.” In that same sense, Foley’s job goes beyond simply picking an outfit. As a costume designer, she uses her wardrobe choices to add depth to characters that the audience feels close to.

  • 22:30 - Kill Jill - Comedy in Development Produced by Patricia Heaton (The Middle)
    ABC has put in development Kill Jill, a half-hour single-camera comedy executive produced by The Middle star Patricia Heaton. The project hails from Heaton and David Hunt’s FourBoys Entertainment and Warner Bros. TV.

    Written and executive produced by English comedienne/writer Laura Solon, Kill Jill centers on an idealistic graduate who’s desperate to escape her small hometown. She takes a job with a glamorous West Coast businesswoman who appears to have it all — including a plot against her life.

    Kill Jill stems from the pod deal FourBoys inked with WBTV in August. The company’s TV President Rebecca Stay has spearheaded the development, along with Heaton, Hunt and Solon. Founded in 2001 by husband-and-wife acting duo Heaton and Hunt, FourBoys was named after the couple’s four sons.
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  • 22:30 - The Fosters - Season 3B - Corin Bleu to Guest
    Garrett Clayton and Ashley Argota will also reprise their recurring roles as Chase and Lou, respectively.
    The Fosters has enlisted a High School Musical alum for its upcoming musical-within-the-show.

    Corbin Bleu is set to guest-star on a March episode of the ABC Family (soon to be Freeform) drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

    Bleu will play Mercutio, who appears in Brandon (David Lambert)'s Romeo and Juliet musical, which serves as his senior project. Alongside Bleu will be Garrett Clayton (King Cobra), who will reprise his role as Chase Dillon, who also gets a role in the production. Adding to the drama will be Brandon's ex-girlfriend and ex-bandmate Lou Chan, played by returning recurring actress Ashley Argota (Lab Rats).

    Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) also appears in the musical.

    The musical episode will air in March and be directed by series co-creator and executive producer Bradley Bredeweg, who produced the recent Hollywood production of Romeo & Juliet: Love Is a Battlefield that starred Bleu and Argota.

    Bleu's role also reunites him with his father, David Reivers, who appears on the current season of The Fosters as Brandon's boss.
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  • 20:50 - MOVIES: Gods of Egypt - New Trailer

  • Life in Pieces - Episode 1.11 - College Stealing Santa Caroling - Promo + Sneak Peek + Featurette

  • 16:50 - Unforgettable - Episode 4.05 - All In - Press Release
    Thanks to Pierre for the heads up.

    Things heat up for Carrie when an old flame and murder investigation lead Major Crimes to Atlantic City. (Guest star Matthew Del Negro)

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  • 16:50 - Recovery Road - Promotional Poster

  • 16:50 - Grandfathered - Regina Hall Cast in a Recurring Role
    Think Like a Man star and Scary Movie vet Regina Hall has signed up for a recurring role on Grandfathered as the love interest for the reforming bachelor played by John Stamos, EW has learned exclusively.

    Hall, whose TV credits include Ally McBeal and Law & Order: Los Angeles, will make her first appearance on the Fox comedy this spring. Her character, Catherine, is described as a confident, successful, intimidating CEO of a tech company, and Jimmy crosses pathes with her at her book signing, which Gerald (Josh Peck) dragged him to.

    This character represents another obstacle for a decades-later romantic reunion between Jimmy and Sara (Paget Brewster), who will soon get a love interest in the form of a hipster musician named Craig (Michael Trucco).
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  • 21:50 - Truth Be Told - Episodes 1.09 - 1.10 (Season Finale) - Press Release (Airing Christmas Day)
    TRUTH BE TOLD"

    (X) "THE TELL-TALE TACOS"
    12/25/2015 (08:00PM - 08:30PM) (Friday) : WHEN RUSSELL AND ANGIE ARE TURNED AWAY FROM THEIR FAVORITE RESTAURANT, MITCH STEPS UP TO FIGHT FOR JUSTICE, QUICKLY REALIZING THAT GOING TO BATTLE CAN HAVE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES-When Russell (Tone Bell) and Angie (Bresha Webb) aren't seated at their favorite fish taco joint, the gang comes to the conclusion that the restaurant may be discriminating. Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) eagerly steps up and makes a huge scene, calling out the owner for his despicable behavior in front of the crowded restaurant and winning the praise of his best friend Russell. However, when Mitch later notices the restaurant's "Entire Party Must Be Present To Be Seated" sign, he struggles for a way to come clean to Russell. Meanwhile, Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) finds out her daughter Sadie (Sophie Mackenzie Nack) has been involved in a bullying incident at school and is determined to help her daughter overcome the issue. When Angie discovers Tracy's perspectives on bullying are shaded by her own high-school experiences, she helps Tracy work through them with the help of Tracy's assistant Linda (guest star Melanie Paxson).

    "TRUTH BE TOLD"

    (X) "THE WEDDING"
    12/25/2015 (08:30PM - 09:00PM) (Friday) : "The Wedding" #110

    WHEN MITCH IS CHOSEN TO OFFICIATE A WEDDING OVER RUSSELL, THE BATTLE TO PROVE WHO IS THE REAL BEST MAN FOR THE JOB CAUSES BOTH GUYS TO FIND OUT WHAT'S IMPORTANT IN THEIR OWN RELATIONSHIPS-When Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) is asked to officiate the wedding of friends Derek (guest star Terrence Jenkins) and Charlene (guest star Letoya Luckett), Russell (Tone Bell) is sent into a tailspin because he was the one who introduced the couple. When a piece of juicy gossip threatens to break-off the wedding, Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) sees her first child-free weekend away at risk of being derailed by Mitch's obsession with running the perfect event. Meanwhile, as Russell maneuvers to get a bigger role in the wedding, he finds out that his wife Angie (Bresha Webb) thinks he already hogged up too much of the spotlight at their own wedding.
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  • 21:50 - DC's Legends of Tomorrow - Emblems

    Heat Wave burns up The CW when DC's Legends of Tomorrow premieres January 21! #DCLegends

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    DC’s Legends of Tomorrow face off with the immortal madman Vandal Savage, beginning January 21 on The CW. #DCLegends

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    It takes more than one hero to ignite a Firestorm. #DCLegends premieres January 21 on The CW.

    A photo posted by DC's Legends of Tomorrow (@cw_legendsoftomorrow) on



    White Canary breaks out of her cage when #DCLegends premieres, January 21 on The CW.

    A photo posted by DC's Legends of Tomorrow (@cw_legendsoftomorrow) on



    Start the countdown. Time Master Rip Hunter is coming January 21 on The CW! #DCLegends

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    Hawkman and Hawkgirl take flight January 21 on the CW. #DCLegends

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  • 19:00 - East Los High - Drama Renewed for a 4th Season by Hulu
    Thanks to Brian for the heads up.
    Hulu has picked up Emmy-nominated drama East Los High for a fourth season with a 12-episode order.

    East Los High, produced by Wise Entertainment and the brainchild of executive producer Katie Elmore Mota, has received critical acclaim for its realistic portrayal of inner-city Latino high school students, The original series, Hulu’s first to get a fourth season pickup, deals with the experiences of teens navigating life in a fictional inner city high school in East Los Angeles. The series was created and executive produced by Carlos Portugal and Kathleen Bedoya. Mauricio Mota also exec produces and Carlos Reza and Troy Combs are co-executive producers.
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  • 19:00 - Da VInci's Demons - Episode 3.09 - Angelus Iratissimus - Promo

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