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There may not have been a Halloween episode in the traditional sense on Pretty Little Liars this year, but fans are going to be getting a Christmas episode, "How the 'A' Stole Christmas," this winter. Keegan Allen spoke to reporters and teased what to expect from it and moving forward for his character, Toby.
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The Breaking Bad prequel series on AMC staring Bob Odenkirk finally has a premiere date. Better Call Saul will debut Sunday, February 8 at 10pm, with a second episode airing the following night, Monday, February 9 at 10pm. The show will then air regularly Mondays at 10pm.
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Auggie's the last man standing from his Army Special Forces Unit after all the others have been killed on Covert Affairs. Despite leads from the Chicago bombing, It remains a mystery why they were targeted and killed. Unlike the others, Auggie wasn't killed outright, instead he was tased and captured.
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On tonight's episode of Nashville, "You're Lookin' at Country," Micah comes between Zoey and Gunnar. The competition between Luke and Rayna drives a wedge between the couple on the big night. Juliette worries she'll be a bad mother.

It's finally time to hand out the CMAs, but who wins or loses is just the beginning of the drama. Rayna finds Luke has a prenup, Juliette is going to meet Avery's parents and Layla's dealing with a ton of public backlash over her and Will's reality TV show.
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It seems no one is safe on American Horror Story: Freak Show, but then again, that has always been the running theme throughout all seasons. And it also seems that blackmail is the name of the game this week in "Test of Strength." Just when we thought the cute, loveable Ma Petite was safe last week, it seems she was destined to be a butterfly in a jar forever. Meanwhile, Jimmy bonds with Dell, even though Dell is dancing with the devil that is Stanley. And the twins come back to the carnival just to blackmail Elsa.
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"Draw Back Your Bow" is the perfect title for Arrow's episode this week. Both Oliver and Felicity had near misses this time around, though those near misses struck very different chords. The title could have just as easily been "Draw Back Your Bow (But Don't Shoot)."

Oliver tries to stop a crazy archer from killing people in order to get Arrow's attention, and succeeds, but fails miserably elsewhere. Ray makes a hard but veiled play for Felicity, but backs away inexplicably when he gets close to her. Diggle tries to talk Oliver and Felicity into sharing their heats with each other, but doesn't go so far as to have a group intervention with them. Finally, Oliver decides to talk to Felicity, but backs away in the end when he sees her kissing Ray. In short, everyone's riled up, but no one gets any satisfaction. A cruder person might call the whole episode somewhat of a d*ck tease, but far be it from me, blah blah blah.
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