Jimmy Kimmel loves making people look like fools with elaborate pranks. (See: “twerk fail.”) Now he has an accomplice in Scandal‘s Josh Malina, who is turning the tables on his co-stars. READ FULL STORY
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Stars of current hits like Scandal and Nashville mingled with the stars of ABC’s next crop of shows Tuesday night at ABC and EW’s upfronts party in New York. More importantly, we spotted Scandal’s Tony Goldwyn giving showrunner Shonda Rhimes a loving kiss on the top of her head. Typical Fitz; make us swoon, why don’t you?
ABC’s new series include Rhimes’ college-set How to Get Away With Murder and Oscar winner John Ridley’s American Crime. The new shows aren’t all crime dramas though — Cristela, a sitcom that follows a law student and her Mexican-American family, and Black-ish, a comedy about a family’s relationship with racial and cultural identity, are just a couple of the more lighthearted options ABC will be rolling out later this year.
Although the event was all about new beginnings, in the spirit of finale season, we asked stars of ABC’s current and upcoming ABC shows about their favorite TV endings. The Sopranos and M*A*S*H were popular choices for all-time favorite finales, but there were some surprises too — read on to see who chose Golden Girls as their top pick:
If that desk could talk, well, it would have some very scandalous — for lack of a better word — stories. But what about this other desk: READ FULL STORY
There was no election rigging in the the 6th Annual EWwys, EW.com’s reader-voted awards for the Emmy-snubbed, but we did exercise our veto power and move him into our lead actor category when he submitted as supporting to the Emmys. That’s a decision he explained when he phoned in to Entertainment Weekly Radio’s TV Recap hour to accept his honor on Friday. The Best Supporting actor EWwy, meanwhile, went once again to Fringe‘s John Noble, who’s now a three-time winner. How appreciative is he of the fans’ support, even after the series has ended? He allowed EW’s Dalton Ross, Jessica Shaw, and Mandi Bierly to phone him at 12:20 a.m. in Sydney. (He also teased that he’ll be Stateside again soon to shoot another guest spot on The Good Wife for that show’s 100th episode.) Listen to both chats below. READ FULL STORY
Spoiler Alert: Do not read this if you have not watched Thursday’s episode of Scandal, ”A Woman Scorned.”
In a perfect world Olivia and Fitz would end up together. I understand this and I will not fight you ‘shippers. I am one of you, but I’m growing concerned about where this relationship is headed. Although their love theme makes my heart flutter, I did not squee with excitement as the clock ran down on Mellie’s ultimatum and Olivia and Fitz stopped heavy-breathing into the phone and started heavy-breathing together in real life. So I’m going to talk through the mixed emotions I have about this whole development below and hopefully, dear PopWatchers, you can help me work through them: READ FULL STORY
Whether they’re dancing half-naked on national TV or playing undercover cops in a film, the chemistry between these couples is undeniable. And with a superhero, the “sexiest man alive,” and an all-star on our list, it only makes sense that these studs’ other halves would be perfectly content with the match-up.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, The Amazing Spider-Man
Stone and Garfield made such a convincing super couple in the film that they were ”bitten” off-screen as well. Their chemistry was palpable anytime they shared a scene, especially during their romantic rooftop kiss when the webslinger swept Gwen Stacy off her dainty feet.
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