With the Sochi Games underway, have you already gotten sucked into ice dancing, sky jumping, or — it starts today! — curling? You’re not alone. Before the Winter Olympics began, we asked celebs which sport they’re surprised they enjoy watching. Check out the responses below from Sleepy Hollow‘s Tom Mison, Game of Thrones‘ Richard Madden, Saturday Night Live‘s Bobby Moynihan, Black Sails‘ Toby Stephens and Luke Arnold, Enlisted‘s Geoff Stults, Outlander‘s Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe, Hawaii Five-O’s Daniel Dae Kim, the cast of Workaholics, and more. Then tell us your pick. READ FULL STORY
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The Entertainment Geekly podcast continues its tour through television this week, as fellow traveler Jeff Jensen and I explore the just-concluded first season of Sleepy Hollow and the rebooted fifth season of Community. Jeff and I also throw out our three favorite episodes of Community, although those short lists of three quickly spiral into an interlocking double-helix list of several. Suggestions for further reading: Jeff’s review of Community‘s return and my review of Sleepy Hollow‘s season.
'Sleepy Hollow': Tom Mison, Orlando Jones reveal first celeb crushes, go-to karaoke songs, and season finale teases -- VIDEO
Sleepy Hollow airs its two-hour season finale tonight (8 p.m. ET on Fox) with John Noble returning as Sin Eater Henry Parrish and Victor Garber guesting as the estranged father of Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison). Since Mison – whose character is still trying to free his wife Katrina (Katie Winter) from purgatory while battling evil with Abbie (Nicole Beharie) – and costar Orlando Jones, whose Capt. Frank Irving must answer for the deaths surrounding his daughter’s demonic possession, couldn’t offer too many spoilers about the genuinely unexpected twists that lie ahead, we asked them to reveal a few details about themselves instead. Watch them each take the EW Pop Culture Personality Test below. Then, see what teases we were able to coax out of them.
As your favorite shows slowly start to come back from hiatus, it’s time to say goodbye to others. But don’t worry. Between Sherlock‘s season 3 return and the introduction of Wahlburgers, your week is sure to be full of just as many (if not more) hellos as it is goodbyes.
SPOILER ALERT! Shippers live for the payoff, and in 2013, fans of NCIS, Suits, Castle, Parks and Recreation, and Bones got the ultimate with a goodbye kiss, angry first-time sex in the file room, a proposal, a surprise wedding, and a long-awaited wedding, respectively. (Sorry, Downton Abbey fans, that your Mary and Matthew bliss was so short-lived. Ditto, Sons of Anarchy fans, who watched Tara and Jax finally reconnect, which only made her exit all the more painful.)
For other viewers though, the yearning continues. Here are 10 moments from 2013 that will keep shippers hanging on and tuning in. READ FULL STORY
As we head into the holiday season, it’s time to cherish the final weeks before all of our favorite television shows go on their winter hiatuses. As much as it hurts to say goodbye, mid-season finales mark the (second) best — behind actual season finales, of course — time of the year for TV.
So this week is all about catching every possible mid-season finale that you can, and then running to the theater for a little Jennifer Lawrence-Bradley Cooper reunion.
All times listed are Eastern.
Bonnie & Clyde, 9 p.m., simulcasted by A&E, Lifetime, and The History Channel
Emile Hirsch stars as Clyde Barrow and The Borgias‘ Holliday Grainger plays Bonnie Parker in this two-night miniseries about the ’30s crime couple.
Sleepy Hollow, 9 p.m., Fox
John Noble returns as Henry Parrish, who helps Ichabod contact Katrina. Long story short: They end up releasing a monster from purgatory. Or, if you’re not one for monsters, the episode will also tell us more about Ichabod’s recently revealed son.
Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town, 8 p.m. ABC
When it comes to getting in the holiday spirit, this classic story of the legend of Santa Claus, featuring the voices of Fred Astaire and Mickey Rooney, is the perfect ending to a long day. Bonus: Pair it with a nice cup of hot chocolate.
American Country Awards, 8 p.m., Fox
Country fans won’t want to miss performances by Sara Evans, Sheryl Crow, Florida Georgia Line, and more. Did we mention it’s hosted by Trace Adkins and Danica Patrick?
R. Kelly’s Black Panties hits shelves
So R. Kelly has a new album. And it’s called Black Panties.
Arrow, 8 p.m., The CW
The mid-season finale of Arrow promises action, more Barry Allen, and a death. Basically, everything you could ask for. And if you’re watching Arrow, you might as well stick around for the mid-season finale of The Tomorrow People at 9 p.m. on The CW. Unless, of course, one shocking finale is all you can take in one night.
Scandal, 10 p.m., ABC
Thursday night is the mid-season finale jackpot. From The Vampire Diaries to Grey’s Anatomy, Parenthood, Reign, and the always shocking Scandal, you can’t go wrong. However, Liv dealing with her father (and Sally dealing with her “sin”) is at the top of our list.
American Hustle in theaters
David O. Russell’s newest film stars the likes of Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jeremy Renner. It’s the The Fighter-Silver Linings Playbook collision we’ve been waiting for.
College Basketball, 5:15 p.m., ESPN
If you’re a fan of college basketball, this NCAA match-up between Kentucky and North Carolina is a must-see.
Revenge, 9 p.m., ABC
Revenge‘s mid-season finale is all about Emily and Daniel’s wedding. And if we have learned anything, blood shed is never out of the question in The Hamptons … not even on a wedding day.
We’d listen to John Noble tell any story, really. But he shared four particularly fun ones when he stopped by EW to promote his first appearance on Fox’s Sleepy Hollow (airing tonight at 9 p.m. ET). Watch the video below to hear about the time he didn’t realize he was sending a Lord of the Rings co-star a fan letter, which of his prized pop culture possessions his wife likes to show off, what Fringe moments he rewound, and which TV shows he watches when he’s alone.
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Fox’s spooky hit Sleepy Hollow returns Nov. 4 with an episode featuring the first appearance of Fringe‘s John Noble as Henry Parrish, someone who possesses supernatural powers that have the potential to help Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison), whose spirit is connected with the Headless Horseman’s. The episode is titled “The Sin Eater,” and as a Halloween treat, Noble gave EW a history lesson. Watch below:
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— SleepyHollowWriters (@sleepywriters) October 10, 2013
What if Sherlock Holmes, Joan Watson, Abbie Mills, and Ichabod Crane teamed up to solve crimes and duel mythical headless creatures?
Not that that’s happening, of course. But Thursday night, the writers of Elementary and Sleepy Hollow began a silly mini-feud over Ping-Pong, the attractiveness of their protagonists, and, of all things, socks. The shows even looped in the writers of CSI, who more or less called for a detente.
The “feud” began with the tweets above, as the Elementary staff decided to challenge Sleepy Hollow‘s to Ping-Pong. The tweeting escalated to photos and awkward photoshops, all of which delighted fans, who mostly either sided with a show or demanded crossovers.
But amid all the tweets, the feuding did result in some gems, which we’ve collected below: READ FULL STORY
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