ABC’s Fall Schedule Unveiled: Get Return Dates for Grey’s, Scandal, Once, Revenge and More

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ABC is the final broadcast net to reveal its premiere plan for the 2014-2015 season, and, for the most part, the network is sticking to a traditional rollout strategy. The latest cycle of Dancing With the Stars is out of the gate first on Monday, Sept. 15.

New drama Forever will get a special sneak preview in Castle‘s Monday-10/9c timeslot on Sept, 22, before settling into its regular post-S.H.I.E.L.D. perch the following night.

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ABC’s newly-christened Shondaland Thursday — featuring Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and new addition How to Get Away With Murder — bows Thursday, Sept. 25.

Once Upon a Time, back Sunday, Sept, 28, will again run a split-season, with the medieval musical comedy Galavant filling the midseason gap, while Marvel’s Agent Carter will bridge Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s winter break.

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Welcome to the New TVLine!

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TVLine_LogoFIN_2014-01-03Do not adjust your Web browser. Yes, TVLine had a little work done over Memorial Day weekend, but we promise you won’t be seeing us in a reboot of The Swan anytime soon.

In fact, while we’re debuting a new logo, fonts, graphics and staff caricatures after nearly three-and-a-half years on the job, our functionality hasn’t changed a bit — and our committment to bringing you shocking spoilers, exclusive scoops, in-depth interviews and discussion-provoking recaps remains as rock-solid and unchanging as Mount Rushmore.

The biggest changes you’ll notice on the new and improved TVLine involve the layout and display of our galleries and videos — but we think you’ll enjoy the more user-friendly (and prettier) interface once you get used to it.

Meanwhile, though, we’re genuinely interested in hearing how you feel about our updated look and functionality. So please do hit the comments below and give us your…

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‘Vampire Diaries’ season finale: EP Julie Plec answers burning questions

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Spoiler alert! After a traumatic season 5 finale of The Vampire Diaries, fans were left wondering if they’d seen the last of Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) — and who may have returned from The Other Side as a human. Exec producer Julie Plec provides EW with some answers, and teases where we go from here.

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Summer Dates Set for FX’s The Bridge, The Strain and Tyrant, Plus Wilfred’s Final Bow on FXX

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The Bridge Season 2 Premiere FX’s summer slate will kick off Tuesday, June 24 at 10/9c with the premiere of the new drama Tyrant , it was announced on Friday.

Also ahead is Season 2 of The Bridge, FX’s new vampire drama The Strain and FXX taking Wilfred out for a final walk.

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Executive-produced by 24‘s Howard Gordon and with a cast that includes Adam Rayner, Jennifer Finnigan, Ashraf Barhom and Moran Atias, the political thriller Tyrant follows the son of the dictator of a war-torn nation as he ends a self-imposed 20-year exile to return to his homeland, accompanied by his American wife and kids — only to discover that leaving isn’t so easy.

The Bridge, FX’s acclaimed adaptation of the Danish series Bron, will then open its sophomore run on Wednesday, July 9 at 10 pm.


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Arrow Ups John Barrowman to Series Regular: ‘I Am Excited to Explore What Is Yet to Come’

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Arrow Barrowman Series Regular To quote John Barrowman at The CW’s Upfronts event red carpet on Thursday morning, “You can’t keep a good bad guy down” — fitting words, given that one hour later, TVLine confirmed that the genre-TV fave has been promoted to series regular status for Arrow Season 3.

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Arrow lead Stephen Amell first broke the news via Twitter, mugging with Malcolm/The Dark Archer’s portrayer and quipping: “What could go wrong???”

Speaking with TVLine on the red carpet, Barrowman said that in Season 3 he is “excited to explore what is yet to come between Malcolm and [daughter] Thea” — whom he whisked out of town at the close of Wednesday’s Season 2 finale — “and also what’s yet…

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