We all know the old saw about how we should keep friends close and enemies closer. In this week's episode of "Amish Mafia (Tues. March 4 at 9:00 p.m. ET on Discovery), we get an addendum: keep your frenemies' girlfriends even closer. In this exclusive clip, Merlin discusses how he plans to get cozy with Wayne's secret girlfriend.
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It's finally time for baby #2 on "The Little Couple"! In the hour-long season premiere (Tues. March 4 at 9:00 p.m. on TLC), Bill and Jen are in India waiting anxiously to pick up their adopted daughter, Zoey. In this exclusive clip, the couple has one last, poignant meal together with Will to enjoy their last moments as a family of three. Jen knows it can only get crazier from here, but hey, exponential cuteness!
In the episode, after 20 long hours of travel, the family arrives in the bustling city of Mumbai. Unlike Will’s adoption, Jen and Bill have very little information regarding Zoey’s health and well-being and are full of anticipation to meet her. They are even more excited to introduce Will to his new little sister. The couple has spent months trying to prepare Will for Zoey’s arrival, but they have no idea how the new siblings will react to each other. Finally the moment of truth arrives as the couple enters their hotel room and Will spots Zoey for the first time.
Will you be watching "The Little Couple" season premiere?
“Gotham” casts the future Batman and Catwoman
“Touch” alum David Mazouz will play the young Bruce Wayne, while Camren Bicondova has been cast as the future Catwoman.
Did “Dancing” tap too many athletes?
A record-breaking five athletes are competing on this year’s “Dancing with the Stars,” which may give them an unfair advantage.
History orders “Down East Dickering”
The reality show will follow professional dickerers as they bargain for odd jobs and offbeat goods in “down east” Maine.
Aaron Paul hosts “WWE Monday Night Raw”
The former “Breaking Bad” star was as excited as you’d think he’d be during last night’s show.
Geico’s Talking Pig teams with “Portlandia”
As part of a Geico ad campaign, Maxwell the pig is running for mayor of Portland.
"Gotham" -- which WBTV really wants you to know is a Commissioner Gordon origin story and *not* a Batman prequel -- has cast youthful versions of two characters who are going to be really, really, really familiar to comic book, TV and movie fans.
The FOX drama, already ordered to series for the 2014-2015 TV season, has confirmed casting for the roles of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle. See, I told you that you'd heard of them.
He's the future man they call Batman!
She's the future woman they call Catwoman!
But for now, they're still just kids.
Teresa & Joe Giudice plead guilty to federal fraud charges
Thanks to a plea deal, the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” stars are expecting 37 to 46 months in jail for Joe and 21 to 27 months for Teresa.
What is “HIMYM” doing?
Are its creators making the entire series nonsensical?
“Almost Human” ends season with its lowest-ever ratings
About 5.6 million watched the season finale.
Oscar numbers keep rising: The best since “American Beauty” in 2000!
New numbers show 43.7 million tuned in.
Jon Stewart introduces “The Daily Show’s” new “Senior Caucasian Correspondent”
Jordan Klepper “struggled” on his first day on the job.
Jimmy Kimmel’s ratings rise as Jimmy Fallon falls
Kimmel got a huge boost last night from Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
Matthew Perry is coming to British TV
The “Friends” alum will star in “The Dog Thrower” for Sky Arts, playing a man who likes to throw his pet dog in a one-off performance.
“The Bachelor’s” Chris Harrison to hand out a rose tonight on “Trophy Wife”
Tonight’s “Disney-ABC”-centric episode will also feature storylines related to “Aladdin” and “Scandal.”
USA greenlights marriage drama starring Matt Passamore from “The Glades”
He’ll play a man who discovers his wife is sleeping with an escort.
“Boardwalk Empire’s” Jack Huston and “Game of Thrones’” Rose Leslie to star in “The Great Fire” on UK TV
The ITV miniseries will tackle the 1666 London fire.
Tina Fey & Jimmy Fallon swap lips
Introducing “Lip Flip.”
Kevin Spacey saw John Stamos and mentioned “Full House of Cards”
The “House of Cards” star is apparently a fan of the video mashup.
Fast National ratings for Monday, March 3, 2014.
Both "The Voice" and "The Blacklist" were down a little from their strong premieres last Monday, but the hits still easily swept their hours and led NBC to primetime wins in all measures.
It was a Monday of mixed returns.
ABC's "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All" was off from recent airings and combined with an encore of "Mixology" to send "Castle" to a series low. Also declining on Monday were "How I Met Your Mother" and the season finale of "Almost Human."
However, FOX got a small uptick for "The Following," while The CW's "Star-Crossed" added a few viewers and was steady in the key demo as it appears to have leveled swiftly. And even with "HIMYM" dropping, the night's other three CBS comedies all ticked very slightly up..
On to the numbers...
“Dancing” cast revealed: Billy Dee Williams, Danica McKellar, Drew Carey, Candace Cameron Bure
“Dancing with the Stars’” Season 18 cast includes “Star Wars” star Billy Dee Williams, Danica McKellar from “The Wonder Years," "The Price is Right" host Drew Carey (whose show tapes on the same lot as "Dancing"), “Full House’s” Candice Cameron Bure, “Real Housewives’” NeNe Leakes, swimming legend Diana Nyad, Australian pop singer Cody Simpson, Olympic ice dancer Meryl Davis and her partner Charlie White, double-amputee snowboarding champ Amy Purdy, former NHL star Sean Avery (“Dancing’s” 1st hockey player) and Nickelodeon star James Maslow. PLUS: Meet the partners: Who will be "Dancing" with Maksim?
There are so, so many reasons to hate-watch Bravo's new series "Southern Charm" (Mondays at 10:00 p.m.). These are the stories of the very idle rich (well, except for the one guy who's going to law school and complains about how his stoopid job at a law firm gets in the way of his party schedule). They play polo. They have parties at noon on a weekday. Occasionally they get arrested or dabble in extreme sports. And they drink. They drink, and they drink, and then they drink some more. Man, do they drink. When the punch tastes like Benadryl, as one man-child describes it, this is not considered a negative. It tastes like drunk, and that's good enough to do the job.
The term "director's cut" has been abused to the point of meaninglessness in the age of special edition DVDs, and it is easy for the consumer to eventually tune out any mention of a "new" version of a film, sure they're only going to see a few small differences after sitting through something they have, for the most part, already seen and fully digested.
That is not the case with the R-rated cut of "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" that is in theaters at the moment. This may well set the new standard for just how different an alternative cut of a film can be, and it's a fascinating exercise in how just a few choices can make the difference between two different ratings and, in a world where studios are spending tens of millions of dollars to market a film, the economic success or failure of a movie.
Jimmy Kimmel suggests Mayor Rob Ford go to rehab in awkward interview
"He’s a little upset,” Ford's brother, Doug Ford, said after the interview, which showed a barrage of embarrassing clips of the embattled Toronto mayor. "But he's OK." In the background of the show, though, Ford could be heard saying he thought he was "set up."
Jimmy Fallon and The Roots join Idina Menzel in special performance "Let it Go"
It's the latest edition of Fallon's classroom instruments series. PLUS: Adele Dazim joins Conan.
Hello, Bravo? Just FYI, it seems that Lifetime or maybe even the Hallmark Channel has taken over "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." Why do I suspect that? Oh, just because this week's episode became a drippy, maudlin mess that was about as much fun to watch as a fish tank video or back-to-back episodes of "Mixology."
It may seem like success has come quickly for Cole Swindell, whose debut single, “Chillin’ It” is atop Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart for the second straight week, but he’s no overnight success.