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The 100: EW has up an interview with showrunner Jason Rothenberg on Clarke’s Lexa grief and the coming season.
Beyond: The show has just been renewed and season one isn’t over yet, but already there’s a teaser promo for the new season!
Emerald City: EW has up an interview with Shaun Cassidy on the latest episode.
Lucifer: The show has cast actor Timothy Omundson (Psych, Galavant) as God Johnson, a patient in a psychiatric hospital who thinks he’s God.
Legion: IGN has up an interview with producer Lauren Shuler Donner on how the show fits with the X-Men movie universe. The show’s Twitter account put up a new promo, as well. Both TV Line and Spoiler TV have up advanced previews for the first episode. Neither one is too spoilery.
Timeless: Executive producer Eric Kripke spoke with TV Line about the possibility of a romance between Lucy and Wyatt.
Game of Thrones: While HBO has not yet renewed the show for an eighth and final season, word has it that when it does, that season might consist of more than ten episodes!
Once Upon A Time: The show has found its Tiger Lily in Native American actress Sara Tomko (The Leftovers).
Shadowhunters: EW has the first look at Alec and Magnus’ first date.
The Vampire Diaries: TV Line has up an interview with Ian Somerhalder on Damon’s feelings for Elena.
Over at E!Online, the latest Spoiler Room has spoilers on shows Arrow, Timeless, Once Upon A Time, The Flash, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Colony.
At TV Line, Matt’s Inside Line has spoilers on shows The Leftovers, Grimm, The 100, Supergirl, and Zoo.
Supernatural (Thursday nights, 8pm, CW)
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The show is moving to 8pm when it comes back tomorrow night.
The Season 12 line-up (23 episodes) so far: “Keep Calm and Carry On” (12.01) official photos and press release; “Mamma Mia” (12.02) synopsis and photos; “The Foundry” (12.03) synopsis, official photos, sneak peek, and promo; “American Nightmare” (12.04) synopsis, official photos and promo; “The One You’ve Been Waiting For” (12.05) synopsis, promo and set photos; “Celebrating the Life of Asa Fox” (12.06) synopsis, photos and promo; “Rock Never Dies” (12.07) synopsis, photos and promo; “LOTUS” (12.08) synopsis, photos and promo; “First Blood” (12.09) synopsis, photos and promo, as well as an extended promo; “Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets” (12.10) (this is the one with Alicia Witt) synopsis; “Regarding Dean” (12.11) tech survey card, synopsis and photo; “Stuck in the Middle (With You) (12.12) tech survey card and photo (this one’s directed by Richard Speight Jr.); “Family Feud” (12.13); “The Raid” (12.14) tech survey card; “Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell” (12.15) tech survey card; and “Unnamed Episode” (12.16) tech card.
The synopsis for “Regarding Dean” (12.11) is up:
SUPERNATURAL 12.11 “Regarding Dean”: Sam (Jared Padalecki) enlists Rowena’s (guest star Ruth Connell) help to track down an old world, powerful family of witches after Dean (Jensen Ackles) gets hit by a spell that is rapidly erasing his memory. John Badham directed the episode written by Meredith Glynn.
There’s a new interview out with the current showrunners, in which they double down on the LoL and Lucifer Baby Daddy storylines. Because those have been so popular with the fandom [/sarcasm]. In addition, it seems we haven’t actually yet met the much-ballyhooed Mr. Ketch, who will be recurring for our sins, starting this week.
There’s another Shaving People, Punting Things video out.
The CW has a new midseason sizzle reel out.
The show won in its category for the People’s Choice Awards, though Jensen Ackles did not.
Jim Michaels teased that episode 12.16 will end on a cliffhanger. Hopefully, that cliffhanger won’t suck like the one for “LOTUS.” The episode will be directed by new director Aymn Kaderali. On the tech card, Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb have reappeared as mysteriously as they disappeared a tech card or two before.
There’s a new interview with show creator Eric Kripke in the print version of TV Guide.
Rerun ratings for “LOTUS” (12.08) held the course in demo at 0.3/1 and 0.86 million.
In Live+7 ratings, the first “LOTUS” airing rose from 0.6 to 1.1 and from 1.734 to 2.804 million.