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Patrick Harbron/The CW

The most recent episode of The CW’s The Carrie Diaries had many special moments, not the least of which were Carrie Bradshaw’s first encounter with both Manolo Blahniks and a Cosmopolitan. There were also break-ups, shake-ups and a lot of sequins! EW talked to Diaries’ executive producer Amy B. Harris about all the very… Continue reading ‘The Carrie Diaries’ scoop: Will Carrie return to NYC? Are Mouse and Sebastian headed for romance? Exec producer Amy B. Harris on what’s ahead

Gold-Rush

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The third season of Discovery’s smash series Gold Rush, which has been averaging 4.85 million viewers (P2+) and winning the cable race on Fridays, wrapped up tonight with a live two-hour finale that may or may not have set a record for use of the word “smelting.” Discovery has confirmed to EW that the show will definitely be back… Continue reading ‘Gold Rush’ executive producer Christo Doyle on huge changes ahead in Season 4 — EXCLUSIVE

The mythology of “Supernatural” got a sudden growth spurt in “As Time Goes By.” Now that the Winchester boys know that their grandfather was once a member of the Men of Letters, where will the show take us next? Executive producer Bob Singer gave us the scoop.

Warning: There are some big spoilers ahead for both this episode and the following one. Read at your own peril.

We will be seeing the… Continue reading 'Supernatural': Executive producer Bob Singer talks about 'As Time Goes By' and what's coming next

NBC’s TV version of the 2002 Hugh Grant film About a Boy is going to the next level.

The network has given a pilot order to the project, which is based on the Nick Hornby novel. The single-camera comedy is executive produced by Jason Katims (Parenthood, Friday Night Lights) follows a slacker bachelor whose world is upended after a young boy and his single mother move in next door… Continue reading ‘About a Boy’ from ‘Parenthood’ producer gets NBC pilot order

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