Prison Break ‘Sequel’ Event Series Officially Ordered at Fox

Love to hear this!


Fox is finally confirming what TVLine reported in early June: Prison Break is returning to Fox in 2016 as a 10-episode event series.

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“It’s going to bring back both brothers, [played by] Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell,” Chairman and CEO Gary Newman announced at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills on Thursday.

Added Co-Chairman and CEO Dana Walden: “I would describe it as a bit of a sequel. It picks up the characters several years after we left them in the last season of the show. The brothers will be back. Some of the iconic characters from that show will be back. I don’t think [exec producer] Paul [Scheuring] knows exactly where he’s going over the 10-episode arc, but it definitely will address some questions that were set up at the end of…

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NCIS Season 13: Gibbs Was Left Bleeding — What Happens Next?

MEEP! I don’t want Gibbs to be dead, but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t hoping for the show to move into DiNozzo!In Charge with some Gibbs Counsel.


TVLine hits rewind on the TV season’s biggest “What Happens Next” finales, then invites you to predict the cliffhanger outcomes

Rule No. 45 tells us, “Clean up the mess that you make” — and CBS’ NCIS will have to do just that when Season 13 arrives, seeing as Gibbs (played by Mark Harmon) was last seen getting shot, twice, by young Luke Harris.

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Gibbs, DiNozzo and CIA Officer Joanna “Dorneget’s Mom” Teague had tracked Luke to Zakho, Iraq, where he was spirited away by the kid-targeting terrorist group known as The Calling. There, Gibbs split off from the others to track a suspicious girl through a marketplace. She ultimately gave Boss the slip, leaving Gibbs out in the open, where Luke coldly popped the NCIS leader, first in the leg and then in the chest.

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Michael Phelps enters Santa Clara sick of ‘getting whooped’


Michael Phelps is sick and tired.

“Of just getting whooped,” the most decorated Olympian of all time told media Thursday.

Phelps headlines a Pro Swim Series meet in Santa Clara, Calif., from Friday through Sunday (Universal Sports, Friday-Saturday, 8 p.m. ET; live for all sessions).

It’s his first meet since a mid-May competition in Charlotte that he called “horrendous” and “pretty garbage” and said at its conclusion that he needed to reassess “a bunch of stuff.”

In Charlotte, Phelps finished worse than second place in all of his events at a meet for the first time since the Sydney 2000 Olympics, when he was 15.

“He’s had a very good training cycle since he came back [from an Arizona treatment program following a September DUI arrest] in November,” coach Bob Bowman said, sitting next to Phelps on Thursday. “The one thing he hasn’t done is swim well in a meet…

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Fall TV: Watch Trailers for NBC’s Blindspot, The Player and More


In addition to announcing its fall 2015 schedule, NBC kicked off Upfronts Week on Sunday by releasing trailers for its new series, including prolific producer Greg Berlanti’s drama Blindspot, the Wesley Snipes thriller The Player and the comedy People Are Talking, featuring Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Meaghan Rath.

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Watch the trailers in their entirety below:

Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris (Tuesday, 10/9c)

Blindspot (Monday, 10 pm)

Heartbreaker (Tuesday, 9 pm)

People Are Talking (Friday, 9:30 pm)

The Player (Thursday, 10 pm)

Thoughts on NBC’s fall offerings? Drop a comment with your reviews of the trailers below.

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