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Ratings: Gotham Dips to New Lows

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Fox’s Gotham this Thursday drew 2.71 million total viewers and a 0.8 demo rating, ticking down on both counts to mark new series lows.

Over on The CW (pending possible adjustment due to high school football preemptions), Arrow (1.5 mil/0.6) held steady versus its Thursday debut. Leading into that, Supernatural (1.9 mil/0.6) dipped a bit from its premiere.

RelatedIs Arrow’s Big Twist for Real? And When Might [Spoiler] Return?

Elsewhere….

CBS | Thursday Night Football coverage (9.9 mil/2.9) was down 6 and 10 percent from last week’s fast nationals.

RelatedScandal’s Tony Goldwyn Breaks Down the Biggest Moments (Who Pulled a Muscle in That Fight? »


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How to Get Away With Murder Recap: Reunited, And It Feels So Bad

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You know that terrible, uncomfortable moment when you run into an ex on the street, and you have to pretend you’re doing amazing without him or her?

Well, in Thursday’s episode of How to Get Away With Murder, Annalise and Michaela — who were once in their own twisted, messed-up relationship of sorts — spend an entire hour feeling that way, after Annalise’s newest case forces them to cross professional paths. The resulting interactions are so tense, they lead to not one, but two heated exchanges at the Caplan & Gold elevator bank. Two!

But even the characters who don »


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Project Runway Recap: Whose 'Tacky, Hooker-ish' Look Got Them the Boot?

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“Here’s some advice for your next challenge,” Heidi Klum told the remaining six designers atop Thursday’s Project Runway. “Proceed with caution.”

Heeding the host’s cryptic prophecy, the designers met Tim Gunn by the water, where he revealed this week’s challenge: “We want you to think outside of your safety zone and deliver looks that do not conform to the rules.” In other words, the designers had one day to slap something together using traffic cones and police tape and all sorts of other non-fabrics. Spoiler alert: Everyone was pissed.

With the twins finally gone from the »


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Scandal in Vermont: Tony Goldwyn Breaks Down the Biggest Moments (Who Pulled a Muscle in That Fight?)

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Thursday’s Scandal offered a knock-down, drag-out look at the life of Fitzgerald Grant III, chronicling his first 100 days as an average Joe in Vermont.

RelatedScandal‘s Tony Goldwyn Addresses the State of Fitz and Olivia’s Union: Life Without Her in Vermont Is ‘Painful’

Of course, even Fitz’s “average” behavior was entertaining to watch. From his awkward phone call with his credit card company to his fiery misadventures in the kitchen, there was rarely a dull moment — you know, aside from that cold, Olivia-less bed he was slumping onto every night.

The action in Vermont really picked »


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Is Arrow's Pivotal Twist for Real? 'The Team Is Going to Have to Adjust'

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The following contains major spoilers from this Thursday’s episode of The CW’s Arrow.

Toward the end of Arrow‘s second episode of Season 6, Oliver walked back one promise he made to William before assuring his son this: “I am going to do everything in my power, forever, to make sure that you never end up alone in this world. And I know that you think that that’s not up to me — and that’s a fair, smart point — [but] I think I’ve found a way so that maybe it can be.”

For a moment there, we were »


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Will & Grace Recap: Eventual Gramps

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Are you ready to feel old? Jack wasn’t, either, in Thursday’s Will & Grace. But he didn’t have a lot of choice in the matter when a moppet came knocking at his Will’s door asking if he had a son named Elliot. Yes, Jack replied. But “like my friend Will and his hair, we had a falling-out years ago.” Turned out, the moppet in question was Elliot’s son, Skip — Jack’s (gasp!) grandson! “Can I call you Grandpa?” he asked Jack. “Oh my God, you have to,” Will answered giddily.

RelatedWill & Grace Courts Max Greenfield, Welcomes Back Leslie Jordan

Jack was, »


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Creator of Nickelodeon's Loud House Fired After Harassment Allegations

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Chris Savino, creator of the hit animated series The Loud House, has been fired from Nickelodeon after a string of sexual harassment allegations were brought against him by female co-workers, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedAmazon, in Wake of Harvey Weinstein Scandal, Drops De Niro Drama

Savino was suspended on Wednesday, only to be formally let go a day later. The following is the official statement being issued by Nickelodeon:

Chris Savino is no longer working with Nickelodeon. We take allegations of misconduct very seriously, and we are committed to fostering a safe and professional workplace environment that is free »


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Chicago P.D.'s Sophia Bush Set to Headline Pilot for 20th Century Fox

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Five months after abruptly vacating her starring role on Chicago P.D. adieu, Sophia Bush is set to headline a pilot for 20th Century Fox TV as part of an exclusive talent holding and development deal, our sister site Deadline reports.

RelatedDick Wolf on Sophia Bush’s Chicago P.D. Departure: ‘She Wanted to Leave’

The eventual project will either be a drama or comedy — Bush previously flexed her comedic muscles on CBS’ short-lived Partners — for the upcoming pilot season. Additionally, she will develop projects on which she will serve as an executive producer.

“Now more than ever, vital female voices need to be heard, »


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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on The X-Files, The Walking Dead, The Flash, Once, Lucifer, New Girl, Big Bang and More

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Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Will we see Mulder and Scully’s son William in Season 11 of The X-Files? And, if so, is he more like Mulder or Scully? —Ricarda

Ausiello: Yes, we will see him. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson were cagey about their demon-ish spawn’s identity when I grilled them on stage at New York Comic-Con earlier this month, but the pair were slightly more forthcoming after the panel. Anderson told me the actor (whose name has yet to »


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Penn Badgley Owns Being Gossip Girl: 'I'm Happy to Wear That Crown'

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Six years after ending his run as Gossip Girl‘s Dan Humphrey, Penn Badgley is returning to television as a brilliant bookworm who uses social media to work his way into the life of a striking blonde in New York City. … Wait, what?

“Trust me, the parallels were the first thing that dawned on me when I read the script,” Badgley told TVLine with a laugh during our recent visit to the set of his upcoming Lifetime thriller You.

Based on Caroline Kepnes’ 2014 novel, the series stars Badgley as Joe Goldberg, a bookstore manager who refuses to let anything keep »


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TVLine Items: Good Wife Creators' New Show, Fixer Upper Premiere and More

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The Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King are headed back into the courtroom.

Showtime has given a series commitment to Your Honor, a legal thriller written by Peter Moffat (the UK’s Criminal Justice, which was the basis for HBO’s The Night Of) and executive-produced by the Kings.

RelatedThe Good Fight‘s Erica Tazel Exits as Series Regular Ahead of Season 2

Per the official description, the show “follows the son of a respected judge who is involved in a hit-and-run. Soon after, they are both drawn into a high-stakes game of lies, deceit and impossible choices when »


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Casual Renewed for Final Season

19 October 2017 10:47 AM, PDT

Hulu is breaking up with Casual, but not before one final fling.

The sibling dramedy, starring Michaela Watkins and Tommy Dewey, has been renewed for an abbreviated fourth and final season, our sister site Deadline reports. The farewell run will debut in 2018 and consist of eight episodes.

RelatedCable/Streaming Scorecard: What’s Renewed? What’s Cancelled?

Casual wrapped its third season on Aug. 1 with a string of cliffhangers: Alex had just discovered that Rae was pregnant with his baby after a drunken one-night romp. Val, meanwhile, found out that daughter Laura (Tara Lynne Barr) had packed her bags and left for Sacramento, »


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Better Things Renewed for Season 3

19 October 2017 10:00 AM, PDT

FX wants more Better Things.

The cable network has renewed the Peabody Award-winning comedy for Season 3, TVLine has learned.

Currently midway through its second season, Better Things centers on Sam Fox (Louie‘s Pamela Adlon), a working actress and single parent to three daughters: rebellious teen Max (Mikey Madison), mouthy middle child Frankie (Hannah Alligood) and sweetheart Duke (Olivia Edward). She also takes care of her wackadoo mother Phil (Celia Imrie, who recently earned TVLine honors).

Better Things‘ success is testament to the creative genius of Pamela Adlon as a writer, »


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Steve Buscemi In, Owen Wilson Out as TBS' Daniel Radcliffe-Led Comedy Miracle Workers Recasts Co-Lead

19 October 2017 9:59 AM, PDT

It seems God had a different plan for Miracle Workers.

TVLine has learned that TBS’ forthcoming heaven-set anthology comedy — starring Harry Potter himself Daniel Radcliffe as a dutiful angel — has recast the role of the Lord Almighty, with Boardwalk Empire‘s Steve Buscemi  stepping in for Owen Wilson.

Last Spring, TBS handed a seven-episode order to the Lorne Michaels-produced series, which finds Radcliffe playing Craig, a low level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers. Buscemi will assume the role of Craig’s boss, God, who has pretty much checked out to focus on his favorite hobbies. »


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Supernatural's Mark Pellegrino Teases Lucifer and Mary's 'Old Married Couple' Vibe, 'Contention' With New Michael

19 October 2017 9:30 AM, PDT

What’s Satan’s worst nightmare? For Supernatural‘s Lucifer, it’s being separated from his son in an apocalyptic alternate dimension, while his foes Dean and Sam play parents to his offspring, who has chosen the angelic Castiel as his father, to pour salt into the wound.

“This is horrible. The stepparents are winning, and it’s not fun,” star Mark Pellegrino tells TVLine with a laugh. “I think Lucifer is going to try to remedy this situation as soon as possible.”

But couldn’t you also say that the Winchesters are keeping his child safe while he’s Mia? »


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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Video: Rebecca Strips Down for Her Sexiest Song Yet

19 October 2017 9:00 AM, PDT

When Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom says that Friday’s episode (The CW, 8/7c) features “the sexiest song we’ve ever done”… well, that’s saying a lot. (Sexier than “The Sexy Getting Ready Song”? “We Tapped That Ass”? “Heavy Boobs”???)

In her ongoing effort to annihilate Josh Chan, Rebecca turns to the worst person she knows: her amoral boss, Nathaniel. “Strip Away My Conscience” — which you can watch in full above — is a jazzy, Bob Fosse-style number, with Rebecca doing a striptease for Nathaniel, flanked by scantily clad backup dancers, and tempting him to teach her how to be bad like him. »


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Nashville Video: Juliette's On-Stage Tirade Tees Up Season 6 Premiere

19 October 2017 9:00 AM, PDT

When we checked in with Nashville‘s Juliette Barnes at the end of Season 5, she was in a very low place but seemed to be regrouping, reflecting and rebuilding herself as a better person.

Then again, that was a few months ago.

And when the Cmt series returns for Season 6 in January, it appears that Ju’s regained her signature spunk… as well as the inability to pass up an opportunity to speak her mind.

RelatedNashville Finale: Ep Talks Avery/Juliette Reunion (and Rings!), H65’s Chances

“I don’t want your money, I don’t want your attention,” Juliette »


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Ratings: Riverdale Slips From Highs But Stays Strong, Dynasty Flat in Week 2

19 October 2017 8:37 AM, PDT

The CW’s Riverdale this Wednesday drew 1.76 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating, slipping 25 percent from its record-setting Season 2 opener but still up sharply from its freshman average of 1 mil/0.4.

RelatedRiverdale Recap: Milkshook

Leading out of that, Dynasty (920K/0.3) in Week 2 lost 27 percent of its total audience while steady in the demo (matching Frequency‘s year-ago rating).

Related2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Elsewhere….

Fox | Empire (5.7 mil/1.8) and Star (4.2 mil/1.3) each slipped two tenths, with the former marking new audience and demo lows.

CBS | Survivor (8.1 mil/1.8) rose a tenth, »


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Survivor's Remorse's Erica Ash to Star in Bet Legal Drama In Contempt

19 October 2017 8:11 AM, PDT

At least one Survivor’s Remorse star has already booked her next gig: Erica Ash, who played M-Chuck on the recently ended Starz series, will lead Bet’s upcoming legal drama In Contempt.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, Ash will play Gwen Sullivan, a passionate legal aid lawyer who is considered the best public defender in her district of New York City. Bet has given the project a 10-episode, straight-to-series order.

RelatedEminem Blasts Trump in Bet Hip Hop Awards Freestyle Rap — Watch

Terri Kopp (Law & Order, Third Watch) created In Contempt and will serve as showrunner for the Bet-owned series.

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Marvel's The Punisher Gets November Premiere Date, New Trailer

19 October 2017 7:45 AM, PDT

Daredevil’s adversary finally has a debut date, with Marvel’s The Punisher set for release on Friday, Nov. 17. In addition, Netflix has released a new trailer for the forthcoming series (as seen above).

RelatedCable/Streaming Scorecard: What’s Renewed? What’s Cancelled?

In the 13-episode first season, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) “uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld,” per the official logline. “Now known throughout the city as The Punisher, he must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than his family alone.”

The premiere date announcement comes less than two weeks »


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