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Season 2 will debut Jan. 11 on Hulu, but to whet your appetite, check out exclusive photos featuring Wolf (Derek Wilson), Tiger (Eliza Coupe), and Josh (Josh Hutcherson) ... and lots of crazy — and familiar — costumes, all part of the show creators' promise to continue their pop culture shout-outs.
Comprised of three TV movies, all of which will screen on Acorn TV, Ashley Jensen (Extras, Ugly Betty) stars as a public relations whiz burnt out on office politics. After retiring early to a quaint village in the Cotswolds, she soon finds a second career as an amateur detective investigating mischief, mayhem, and murder in her deceptively devious town.
Watch first-ever footage from Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham here.
The Little Drummer Girl
The team behind The Night Manager is back with another blockbuster John le Carré adaptation — this time, the Israel-Palestine spy saga The Little Drummer Girl.
Emmy winner Alexander Skarsgård (Big Little Lies) plays an Israeli intelligence officer who seemingly strikes up a romance with a young actress (Florence Pugh), only to thrust her into a high-stakes plot overseen by a ruthless spymaster named Kurtz (Michael Shannon).
Splitting Up Together
Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey are getting the gang from The Office back together on episode 3 of Splitting Up Together's second season. Check out all of the photos!
Created by and costarring Zelda Williams (daughter of the late comedian Robin Williams), the NSFW dramedy focuses on the interconnected lives of dominatrixes in Los Angeles, in and out of their leather and latex — and you can watch the pilot exclusively at EW.
In a two-part, hourlong episode, Peter confronts the president — yes, that one — after he crosses the line with Meg, who gets a makeover from First Daughter Ivanka Trump. There's a logical explanation. Read all about it here.
The Walking Dead
Andrew Lincoln made headlines this summer when he announced that he was, in fact, leaving The Walking Dead during season 9. But — SURPRISE! — it turns out Lincoln may be back for season 10 after all, just not in the way we're used to.
God Friended Me
Michael Vartan is set to guest star on CBS' new drama God Friended Me — and not just as a random friend suggestion.
Things are about to get difficult for Ross Poldark (Aidan Turner)…and maybe a little bit wet. We've got an exclusive new teaser from Masterpiece on PBS, which blends footage from last season of Poldark with a peek at the forthcoming fourth season of the historical drama, which returns later this month. Check it out!
You're just going to love Ron Livingston's new character, Sam Loudermilk, as seen in this exclusive photo from Loudermilk. "A lot of people describe him as the biggest aa—hole you've ever met," the Office Space alum told EW. "And I don't believe that not to be true." Premieres Oct. 16 on AT&T Audience Network.
Lip Sync Battle
On Younger, they portray roommates and friends Josh and Lauren, but Nico Tortorella and Molly Bernard are about to go to battle — Lip Sync Battle, that is — when season 5 of the competition series kicks off in early 2019.
Black-ish is celebrating a major milestone in season 5. The show's upcoming 100th episode will feature a special tribute to Prince and his impact on the Johnson Family. The episode is also set to include a big musical component, which promises to showcase the characters in a way similar to the Hamilton-inspired season 4 premiere in 2017.
Imposters star Inbar Lavi makes her debut as former Garden of Eden resident Eve in this exclusive first look at season 4 of Lucifer, which will stream on Netflix since Fox canceled the show in May.
Survivor: David vs. Goliath
Bad weather has always been a part of Survivor, but TWO cyclones hit during filming of the upcoming Survivor: David vs. Goliath, which premieres Sept. 26 on CBS. We got the inside scoop from host Jeff Probst.
A Million Little Things
Constance Zimmer has a little thing to celebrate: The UnREAL star will be featured in the premiere episode of ABC's new ensemble drama A Million Little Things on Sept. 26.
The character of "The Captain" had been much-mentioned but never actually seen on the enjoyably peculiar AMC dramedy Lodge 49. Until now! Bruce Campbell was introduced on Sept. 17 as property developer-on-a-downward spiral Gary Green. See what else the beloved Evil Dead actor told EW about his character.
Disney Channel's Andi Mack will return for its third season on Oct. 8 and we have a fun clip from the premiere in which Andi gets a Pretty in Pink-style makeover from her mom.
This Is Us
This Is Us is taking viewers to Vietnam with a season 3 story line that delves into Jack's military service during the Vietnam War. And it looks like NBC's hit family drama is planning to film scenes in the Southeast Asian country, too.
Nicole Maines has dreamed of donning a cape since she was little — and now she's playing TV's first trans superhero on Supergirl. The actress opened up to EW about her new role as Nia Nal. See what she had to say.
Last Man Standing
The rescued Tim Allen comedy is coming back for its seventh season on Fox, and features two new cast members. Check out the first photo of the cast, and read our interview with Allen for more on the show's return.
I Feel Bad
Get ready to feel bad about laughing at other people feeling bad with this exclusive clip from the new NBC sitcom about an overwhelmed mom/wife/daughter/video game designer Emet (Sarayu Blue) who tries to overcome her persistent guilty conscience.
Catherine Zeta-Jones makes a regal return to the small screen, headlining Queen America. The actress plays Vicki Ellis, a renowned (and ruthless) Oklahoma pageant coach who tries to mold the hapless Samantha (Belle Shouse) into a winner, a task that could cost her her reputation and career. Click through for a first look at the delicious pageant world (no talent competition necessary).
In honor of the show's 300th episode this season, Criminal Minds plans to explore the history of the show as a way to thank fans who've been with the drama since its 2005 pilot. That means bringing back several faces from the show's long run, including Luke Perry as cult leader Benjamin Cyrus.
You've never seen Julia Roberts quite like this. WWatch a creepy teaser for her Amazon psychological thriller Homecoming.
Netflix's 2018 New York Comic Con lineup
Netflix has revealed its offerings for this year's New York Comic Con, which includes a special sneak peek at the new season of Big Mouth. Find out more.
We've got the first trailer for Narcos: Mexico! Netflix's bilingual drama has a new cast (led by Rogue One's Diego Luna and End of Watch's Michael Peña), a new time period (early 1980s), and an entirely new setting (Mexico instead of Columbia).
In the great tradition of hot onscreen firemen (hello, Backdraft), let us introduce you to 9-1-1's newest character, Eddie Diaz, played by The Boy Next Door's Ryan Guzman.
Though Hillary Clinton originally wanted to play a spy on Madam Secretary, the former secretary of state — who actually inspired the Téa Leoni drama — will play herself on an episode this season. We've got an exclusive first look at her much-anticipated appearance on the political drama.
If you've been missing a Gossip Girl-style teen drama about the lives of the super-wealthy and gorgeous, welcome to Elite, a new Netflix original series coming to the streaming platform Oct. 5. Take a peek at our new Spanish teen soap obsession.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's upcoming fourth and final season is racking up guest stars, from the return of Patton Oswalt and Queer Eye's Tan France to My Big Fat Greek Wedding's Nia Vardalos. Get the deets on Vardalos' character Wendy.
The Last Ship
A new conspiracy is afoot in The Last Ship. Check out an exclusive clip from the fifth season premiere of TNT's drama, which hints at a new global conspiracy with deadly implications.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is doing an Exorcist homage episode. What precisely that means for Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) is unclear, but let's hope someone's head spins all the way around.
The Bold Type
The Bold Type's season 3 premiere, which is expected on Freeform in the spring of 2019, features none other than Betty Who. The singer-songwriter will appear as herself in the first episode of the new season, performing at a Scarlet Magazine event.
This Is Us
We have the first photo from season 3 — of Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca's (Mandy Moore) first date!
Sorry for Your Loss
After losing her husband, Leigh (Elizabeth Olsen) could really use some support. And in the exclusive trailer for Facebook Watch's new drama Sorry for Your Loss, she tries everything to find some.
NCIS: Los Angeles
It seems like ages since Kensi (Daniela Ruah) proposed to Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) on NCIS: LA. But wedding bells will finally ring for Densi on the CBS drama this season!
NCIS: Los Angeles
Gerald McRaney, the veteran actor who won an Emmy last year for playing Dr. Nathan Katowski on NBC's This is Us, will reprise his role as retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride in the season premiere of NCIS: Los Angeles. Find out why Kilbride is called to the L.A. office.
Anyone in the mood for a steak? Kristen Johnston will reprise her role on Mom as Tammy Diffendorf, Bonnie's (Allison Janney) foster sister who landed in prison because she attempted to...rob an Outback Steakhouse.
NCIS: New Orleans
A new NCIS agent is coming to the Big Easy. Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce star Necar Zadegan is joining NCIS: New Orleans as Special Agent Hannah Khoury, who takes a leadership spot on the team after last season's assassination attempt on Pride (Scott Bakula).
For once, Beverly Goldberg's sweaters aren't going to be the coolest thing on The Goldbergs. Rick Springfield — the singer behind hits such as "Jessie's Girl" — will guest-star in the third episode of the ABC comedy's upcoming sixth season.
Kyle Secor (Veronica Mars, The Purge: Election Year) will recur on season 5 of The Flash as Caitlin Snow's hitherto absent father. Needless to say, viewers can expect Dr. Thomas Snow to play in role in Caitlin's quest to get her Killer Frost powers/persona back.
This Is Us
This Is Us tapped an iconic TV mom to appear on the show in season 1 (Married… with Children's Katey Sagal) as well as in season 2 (That '70s Show's Debra Jo Rupp), and now it has cast Malcolm in the Middle matriarch Jane Kaczmarek in a guest role for season 3.
Grey's Anatomy star Chandra Wilson is taking a quick trip to General Hospital. Get the deets on her soap stint.
Alexis Carrington is apparently nothing compared to Liam's mom, who we revealed will be played by Sharon Lawrence. Described as "well-bred, erudite mother who is so overpowering and manipulative that she puts Fallon's mother, Alexis, to shame," the multiple-Emmy nominee is currently slated to appear in just one season 2 episode of The CW drama.
Ken Jeong and Carl Weathers will make guest-starring appearances in the first season of CBS's Magnum P.I. reboot. But will they get to ride in the red Ferrari? Get the scoop on their characters.
The Magicians is introducing a fishy magical creature in season 4! Meet the Manphibian, a.k.a. Lord Fresh (Anthony Ingram), the part-man, part-amphibian Lord of All Fillorian Fresh Waters.
It looks like Danny Rand (Finn Jones) has some competition in the glowing-fist department. Check out the trailer, photos, and details on the Netflix show's second season.
Wayward Sisters might not have worked out, but that doesn't mean the story of Jody and her girls has come to an end. Supernatural showrunner Andrew Dabb promises they've found a way to include all the Wayward characters in the flagship series' upcoming 14th season.
Ian and Rollo are ready for action — and our season 4 photos of the Northern Inuit puppies who take turns playing Rollo the dog demonstrate how comfortable they are at playing man's — or in this case, Ian's — best friend.
Thatcher Grey is coming back to Seattle! Jeff Perry — last seen as Cyrus Beene in Scandal — will reprise his role as Meredith's dad in the 15th season of Grey's Anatomy.