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‘Girl Meets World’ Remakes Classic ‘Boy Meets World’ Credits for Season 3

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 2 hours ago
The Disney Channel
Whether or not you watch Boy Meets World sequel series Girl Meets World, it’s hard to deny the twinge of nostalgia that comes from seeing certain characters (Turner lives!) and gags pop up again. So it is with the new Season 3 title sequence, a near shot-for-shot remake of one of the classic opening credits from the original series.

Yup, ‘Gotham’ Just Confirmed THAT Character is Still Alive for Season 3

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 5 hours ago
FOX
It was a busy Season 2 finale for FOX’s Gotham, wrapping up the battle against B.D. Wong’s Hugo Strange, while introducing the Court of Owls, pitting Mr. Freeze against Firefly, and somehow managing to work a Fish Mooney-mob showdown atop the setup for Season 3. The final moments opened a pretty big can of worms for future villains as well, though at least one sounded deliberately familiar to fans.

‘Gotham’ Eyes Mad Hatter, Solomon Grundy and More for Season 3

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 9 hours ago
FOX / DC Comics
We’re just hours from Gotham wrapping up a season that brought us Bat-villains like Hugo Strange, Mr. Freeze and Clayface, but will Season 3 delve even deeper into the prepubescent Dark Knight’s rogues? Producers confirm some rumored additions like the Mad Hatter and more members of the Court of Owls, perhaps even Vicki Vale.

Even More Nukes Rain in Extended ‘Arrow’ Season 4 Finale Trailer

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 10 hours ago
The CW
It must be May if Star City stands on the brink of destruction, but Oliver Queen’s hometown is far from the only major locale in jeopardy by this week’s Arrow Season 4 finale “Schism.” A new extended trailer for the May 25 closer sees Damon Darhk’s nukes once again on the warpath, while Star City erupts in an all-out streetfight. You know … again.

Brienne Got Tormund-Teased in the ‘Game of Thrones’ Deleted Scene We’re Dying to See

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 12 hours ago
HBO
Full of revelation though the latest Game of Thrones may have been, Tormund and Brienne shippers could only add a few more stolen glances to the newly fan-favorite pairing. That is, until we see the Mean Girls teasing scene Gwendoline Christie reveals was ultimately cut from last night’s “The Door.”

‘The Leftovers’ Boss Damon Lindelof Kinda, Sorta Confirms Australia Move

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 14 hours ago
HBO
Taken aback though fans of HBO’s The Leftovers were to learn that Season 3 would close out Damon Lindelof’s rapture drama for good, recent reports that the final year would move to Australia seemed perfectly in line with the myriad references of Season 2. HBO has confirmed very little, though Lindelof now seemingly acknowledges the production’s impending move, as well the potential for a certain ghostly figure’s Season 3 return.

‘Preacher’ Bosses Explain Tom Cruise Gag, Plus New ‘See’ Sneak Peek

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 15 hours ago
AMC
The gag itself made headlines months ago at SXSW, but that didn’t stop Preacher fans from a shocked chortle at Tom Cruise’s explosive cameo in the AMC comic drama’s premiere. We’ve heard a bit of Cruise’s reaction, but now Preacher bosses explain the bizarre bit, while AMC releases new sneak peeks of the show’s June 5 return “See.”

‘Game of Thrones’ Bosses Confirm Hodor Twist Came From George R.R. Martin

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick a day ago
“While we’re at it, literally no one is allowed down here. Are the thousand chalice-candles really worth it?”
For all the myriad revelations of Game of Thrones Season 6, book readers have taken small comfort in knowledge that the HBO series may not necessarily reflect George R.R. Martin’s unpublished books. The same can’t be said of Sunday’s big “The Door” twist, as showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss say the Hodor reveal came straight from the author himself.

SNL: Fred Armisen and Some Very Special Guests Start a ’70s Southern Jam Band

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by Britt Hayes 2 days ago
There were plenty of fantastic moments in SNL’s Season 41 finale, and while the last sketch of the night might not have been the most laugh-out-loud funny among them, it was definitely the most wonderful. Host Fred Armisen brought a few of his fellow SNL vets together along with a couple of special guests to form the perfect, subtly quirky ’70s southern jam band, complete with 20-something members and a tambourine or two.