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ABC Sets Fall 2016 Premiere Dates: Who Do 'HTGAWM,' 'DWTS' and More Return?

ABC is the final broadcast network to announce its Fall 2016 premiere dates, with the bulk of the schedule following tradition and premiering the week of Monday, September 19 (aka the day after the Emmy Awards).
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7 Actors We Think Should Play Superman in 'Supergirl' Season 2

Superman is coming to Supergirl. After being glimpsed in silhouette and being seen as nothing but a pair of feet, Supergirl season 2 will open with the man of steel appearing in the flesh.
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The 13 Biggest Finale Cliffhangers of the 2015-2016 TV Season

Cliffhangers are what make a hiatus especially tough for fans of TV shows. Sometimes a season ends with everything wrapped up in a bow.
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The 6 Most Romantic Fitzsimmons Moments of 'Agents of SHIELD' Season 3

Season 3 of Agents of SHIELD had its good to great moments. There is no denying though that season 3 was a real downer.
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'Agents of SHIELD' Season 3 Finale Recap: Which Agent Dies?

For months, Agents of SHIELD has been promoting the fact that one team member will die in the season 3 finale.
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ABC's Fall 2016 Schedule: Comedy Expands to 5 Hours, 'Scandal' Pushed to Mid-Season

ABC's schedule for Fall 2016 includes even more comedy than ever before as well as five new shows. But there are a few noticeable absences, namely Scandal and the fact that Thursday nights are no longer 100 percent Shonda Rhimes.
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'Agents of SHIELD' Recap: Hellfire is Born and Another Inhuman Dies

As is the tradition in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Agents of SHIELD wastes no time incorporating a recently released movie into its plot.
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16 TV Characters Who Were Brought Back from the Dead

These days, the death of a major character on a TV show is met equal parts remorse and suspicion. It's become a pretty common plot device for a TV show to shock audiences by suddenly killing off a very substantial character completely out of nowhere.
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