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First look on the set of new 'Game of Thrones' season

The new season of "Game of Thrones" doesn't appear on HBO until sometime next year, but the Spanish publication El Correo de Andalucía visited the show's set in Spain.

The country will be playing the role of Dorne, the southernmost of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros in the series. And based on the short 30-second clip released on YouTube, it appears the new season will continue to make bold deviations from the novels.

In the clip, we see Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in costume as Jaime Lannister, meeting with new characters Doran Martell (Alexander Siddig) and Areo Hotah (DeObia Oparei). Doran is the older brother of Oberyn Martell, whose eyes were famously smooshed out by the Mountain last season. It looks like Jaime's got some explaining to do.

But readers of the books may recall that Jaime does not visit Dorne in the books. So what is he doing there and how will that story play out in the new season?

This scene will take place in the ninth episode of the season, if the film slate at the...

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'Sleepy Hollow' recap: Weep No More, My Lady

It’s shortsighted to think that only Betsy Ross, Lt. Abbie Mills, Katrina the defanged witch and scads of female “Sleepy Hollow” fans have Crane on the brain.

As it turns out, there’s a jilted lover in Ichabod Crane’s past, and she’s having a really tough time letting go. Meaning, it’s been more than 200 years and she’s still carrying that torch. It might be the stuff of local legend, but the so-called Weeping Lady is alive(ish) and roaming the town looking to off any woman close to Crane.

The green-eyed monster is, truly, a green-eyed monster in this episode of the Fox supernatural sci-fi buddy cop drama. Too obvious? Maybe. But when this obsessed soul helps drive a wedge between Crane and Katrina? All good.

Small digression: Even if you’re not a committed ‘shipper, you have to admit that the deck seems to be increasingly stacked against a happy Crane and Katrina reunion. Can all us fans agree on that much? Full disclosure: Team Abbie over here!

And though this hour reveals a widening...

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'Dancing With the Stars' Latin Night recap: Tempers flared, chests bared

Latin Night turned up the heat in the ballroom on Week 6 of “Dancing With the Stars.” Tempers flared and no less than three chests were bared to add extra spice to the competition alongside the spate of bright colors and hot, steamy moves.

Co-host Erin Andrews was on World Series duty so New Yawker and Season 17 contestant Leah Remini ably pinched-hit and filled the sky box with her saucy shenanigans.

The couples were back with their original partners and back to the original format. Len Goodman’s still back across the Pond, so ubiquitous beatmaster and Mr. Worldwide Pitbull made himself right at home with the scantily-clad pro ladies, filled in between Carrie Ann Inaba and Julianne Hough and exhibited a laid-back (some would say delayed) style of paddle presentation.

We also said goodbye to one more couple: Jonathan Bennett and Allison Holker. Though at least he was able to end his ballroom stint on a high note. His jazz routine was finally true to who he was (“Tonight, you just...

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Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' and more

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30 for 30 The new episode "When the Garden Was Eden" follows the New York Knicks during their NBA championship runs in the early 1970s. 6 p.m. ESPN, 8 p.m. ESPN2

Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr. Chef Ming Tsai, whose family fled Chairman Mao's cultural revolution in China, traces his roots back 2,000 years in this new episode. 8 p.m. KOCE

Pretty Little Liars A special Halloween-themed episode features interviews with series stars Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse. 8 and 10 p.m. ABC Family

True Tori This reality series starring Tori Spelling returns with a recap special followed by the second season premiere. 8 and 9 p.m. Lifetime

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Reed Diamond, Henry Simmons, Kyle MacLachlan and Adrianne Palicki guest star in this...

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Mom wants 'Breaking Bad' toys off shelves; Bryan Cranston responds
Jay Leno ribbed by fellow comics at Mark Twain Prize ceremony

It was Jay Leno's turn to be the butt of jokes at Sunday's Mark Twain Prize for American Humor ceremony in Washington.

Chelsea Handler said she was confused that Leno, former host of NBC's "Tonight Show," was being honored with a humor prize: "I wasn't sure what the connection was," the former E! talk show host joked to the crowd at the Kennedy Center, according to the Associated Press. 

The ceremony, which awards a prize that has previously gone to such comics as Tina Fey, George Carlin and Richard Pryor, will be telecast on PBS on Nov. 23.

Leno's "Tonight Show" successor, Jimmy Fallon, cracked that Leno had done a lot for NBC. "So much that we had to celebrate his career on PBS," he said.

Even non-comics got in on the act. Country singer Garth Brooks said that success had not given Leno a big head. "Nature did that," Brooks said.

Last week, Leno announced that he will bring a new car show, "Jay Leno's Garage," to CNBC next year.

What do you think of Leno and his latest honor?


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