Sarah Paulson's good-witch character, Cordelia, got a face full of something bad on this week's "American Horror Story: Coven." We caught up with the magnetic star of the hit horror series this week, but Paulson remained tightlipped regarding the mysterious contents of that jar — which were flung at Cordelia by someone disguised in all black — and precisely how the attack affects her.
"I want [the fans] to be like, 'What was that liquid? What's going to happen? What is it? Nobody knows," Paulson told us. But you won't have to wait long. In Episode 5, " Burn, Witch. Burn!" we will not only find out what's in the jar, we'll also find out specifically how it changes Cordelia.
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So many questions raised in last week's "Walking Dead": How will Rick deal with the knowledge that Carol killed Karen and David? Will he tell Tyreese, Daryl, and the others? How's Hershel, now that he's been covered in Dr. S's infected blood? How's Glenn? How's Lizzie? How's Sasha? Will Daryl, Michonne, Tyreese, and Bob actually make it to the vet college and find antibiotics for their sick friends? And whose voice was that speaking on the car radio?!
The answer: dunno. That's for this Sunday's new episode, "Indifference," to reveal, and as this exclusive photo from the episode shows, things have apparently gotten so bad at the prison that Rick leaves the grounds and goes off in search of his friends and/or some desperately-needed antibiotics himself.
The official episode description from AMC: "While on a supplies mission to a local college, members of the group run into multiple hurdles. Things at the prison are getting worse."
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The "Crucible" episode of "Arrow" reveals that it may soon be easier to list the characters who don't have an alter ego. Oliver gains two new allies this week, one whose alter ego remains hidden to him and one whose identity could shatter his relationship with Laurel and her father.
Arrow's Shocking New Ally
Felicity makes the connection that the new vigilante might actually be following Laurel, rather than Arrow. Oliver uses this information to track his possible partner in justice down, trapping her as she lurks outside Laurel's apartment. The leather-clad blonde warns him that he might not be ready for the truth of her identity.
Curious when she also calls him by name, Oliver pulls off her wig and mask and is stunned when he recognizes Laurel's sister Sara. She says he needs time to digest this new information, and with the help of one of her sonic devices, she disappears in the wake of a mini-explosion.
Oliver's New Ally
Sweet, sweet, flesh-eating revenge! Zombies invaded the witches' territory in "American Horror Story: Coven" this week, and it was just the happy Halloween we were hoping for. All Hallows' Eve in the New Orleans of "Coven," though, was way more about tricks, icks, and holy s-ts than treats.
Not only did Nan summon the Council of Witchcraft (she couldn't hear Madison's thoughts anymore), leading to a full-on investigation of Fiona, but we got a serious dose of creepy — ranging from a ruthless killer we didn't see coming to an unnerving hobby that goes too far. Here are the freakiest moments from "Fearful Pranks Ensue" that sent our terror meter into a Halloween frenzy.
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"Ravenswood," the new supernatural spinoff of "Pretty Little Liars," films in one of the most haunted places in America: New Orleans. No one could blame the cast — some of whom play ghosts themselves — for being a little spooked sometimes.
Star Tyler Blackburn was especially unnerved while filming one upcoming episode.
"We shot in an abandoned [children's] psych hospital, which was the creepiest," he admitted to reporters during a set visit. "There have been some scary moments."
That shoot "had a particular influence on Tyler," added Steven Cabral, who plays creepy mortician Raymond Collins. "His [script] went missing at one point and he told everyone the ghost kids took [it]."
And the older Aussie actor took advantage of Blackburn's fear to exact his revenge for "disrupting" him during an earlier scene.
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A new billionaire is swimming with the sharks this week on "Shark Tank."
John Paul DeJoria, co-founder of Paul Mitchell hair products and tequila distiller Patrón Spirits, is guesting alongside sharks Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner — both former guests themselves — as well as Daymond John and Kevin O'Leary.
But DeJoria is on the attack.
Like tech guru Robert Herjavec — whose seat he is filling this week — DeJoria boasts a rags-to-riches story. Once homeless, he borrowed money to bankroll his first business, launching the Paul Mitchell Systems hair-care empire with just 700 bucks.
Now the tycoon and philanthropist is hearing pitches from other entrepreneurs. As you can see in this exclusive preview of Friday's show, DeJoria is the first investor to make an offer to the founders of Better Life, a line of all-natural cleaning products.
Will they bite? Tune in to "Shark Tank," Friday at 9 p.m. on ABC to find out!
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Family dynamics are at their funniest on ABC's comedy "The Middle," which just celebrated its 100th episode. The Hecks might live in Middle America, but this quirky clan never has a dull moment. Want to own your copy of the sitcom? Good news — we're giving away five copies of Season 3 on DVD!
"The Middle: The Complete Third Season" includes all 24 episodes and is packed with the silly situations you remember, from an unexpected wedding to the night-vision goggles incident — plus a bunch of stuff you've never seen, like a gag reel and deleted scenes.
"The Middle" stars two-time Emmy winner Patricia Heaton ("Everybody Loves Raymond"), Neil Flynn ("Scrubs"), Charlie McDermott ("The Office"), Eden Sher ("Weeds"), and Atticus Schaffer ("Hancock").
Watch a clip from the current season of "The Middle":
Here are the details on how to win Season 3 of "The Middle" on DVD.
The fiercely talented Sarah Paulson has taken "American Horror Story" fans to wildly dark and complex places while her characters have remained accessible and nuanced since Season 1 of the acclaimed horror drama. The current season, "Coven," is no different. Her character, good witch Cordelia Foxx, is battling infertility; her bitchy witch mom, Supreme Fiona (Jessica Lange); and her personal demons.
Paulson hopped on the phone with Yahoo TV to discuss the life-altering journey Cordelia is on; what fans can expect from Episode 4, "Fearful Pranks Ensue"; those very real snakes; and why choosing to leave the hit drama "would be the dumbest thing in the world."
1. Cordelia is growing increasingly desperate to get pregnant — even dabbling in the dark arts. Where will this quest lead her?
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The team lines get blurrier every week on "The Originals." Our favorite vampire family gets their eyes opened to a whole new truth about the witches, and the alliances are definitely going to shift. The return of Father Kieran also means the humans might have finally earned a few points in the game.
Team Originals Learns the Truth About Davina
Elijah uses his soothing voice and polite charm to get Davina to reveal her backstory, while Klaus and Rebekah use a mixture of threats and conniving on Sophie and Marcel to fill in the gaps. They learn that Davina was one of four girls chosen for the Harvest, a major witch ritual that happens only once every 300 years or so.
The four novice witches were told they would make a small blood sacrifice, fall asleep, and be resurrected for the Reaping. The ritual was an offering to the ancestors, who would return the favor by allowing the living witches continued access to their power.
The little part they left out was that the four young women were actually getting their throats slashed. As each girl died, her power passed to the next. When Davina was rescued, she still had the power of her three dead friends.
Zombie fever has taken over TV, and even Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital isn't immune to the trend. The upcoming "Grey's Anatomy" Halloween episode, "Thriller," appears to have taken some real-life inspiration from 2012's horrific "bath salts" attack, and we have an exclusive sneak peek at the TV twist on it now.
When a 30-year-old male mauling victim is rolled into the ER, the staff can't believe what he tells them: "He just attacked me. He came out of nowhere. He's snarling and growling. He started eating my face." The "he" in question isn't a rabid dog or a bear; it's a man.
"Zombie," says shocked intern Leah Murphy (Tessa Ferrer).
Moments later, the biter is rolled in, and he's spazzing out in typical zombie fashion. "He's on something," the EMT says.
"How is this guy stable? He's got two bullet holes over his heart," Murphy says in disbelief.