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Earlier today, ABC released its 2013-2014 schedule, surprising folks with the inclusion of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland on Thursday nights.

The network had initially said this Once Upon a Time spinoff would air when the original program went on hiatus for the winter... but executives apparently had other ideas.

And now ABC has unveiled a full-length trailer for Wonderland, which tells the tale of Sophie Lowe as Alice and is set in a Victorian England, on the other side of the rabbit hole, of course.

Go down it now and decide whether you'll give the upcoming drama a shot:

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ABC has come out with its 2013-2014 schedule.

Including a new comedy vehicle for Rebel Wilson and possibly the most anticipated series on any network - Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - scroll down for the full listings and take note of the new shows in CAPS...

ABC logo Pic

8/7c p.m. Dancing With the Stars
10 pm Castle

9:30 p.m. TROPHY WIFE
10 p.m. LUCKY 7

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Oh, Mother.

On last night's How I Met Your Mother Season 8 finale, the CBS sitcom shocked a number of viewers by finally revealing the face of the titular parent.

Viewers were actually treated to her identity before Ted, as we saw Tony Award nominee Cristin Milioti holding a yellow umbrella and asking for a train ticket to close out the episode.

Watch the concluding scene now:

Did you see this reveal coming? Was it worth eight seasons of build-up? Overall, were you happy with the way in which How I Met Your Mother introduced its Mother?


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Season 2 of Smash, which comes to an end May 26 in a two-hour finale, will also be its last. NBC canceled the series in a move that surprised no one.

The backstage Broadway drama, plagued by low ratings and creative infighting from the start, was officially put out to pasture by the network this morning.

Katharine McPhee on Smash

The Peacock pushed the show hard in the beginning, but to no avail. The inevitable cancelation was all but official after NBC moved Smash to Saturdays.

As such, it is not on the NBC 2013-14 schedule.

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Look out, terrorist around the world.

Jack is set to come back.

On a conference call with reporters this morning, Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly confirmed that 24 will return in May in what the executive deemed a "limited, event-type series." Its series subtitle? Live Another Day.

24 Promo Pic

The drama will run over 12 weeks, skip a few hours in the day and highlight significant events from the latest storyline.

No word yet on the torture methods Jack plans to use in order to extract information that will save the world.

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Bones is on the move. Andy Samberg is on the way. And singing competitions aren't going anywhere.

A day after NBC unveiled its 2013-2014 schedule, Fox has done the same. Scroll down now for the complete listings and take note: New Girl has landed the prime, post-Super Bowl spot in February.

All new shows are IN CAPS...

Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher

8/7c Bones (fall)/ALMOST HUMAN (late fall)
9 p.m. SLEEPY HOLLOW (fall)/ The Following (midseason)

8 p.m. DADS
9 p.m. New Girl
9:30 p.m. The Mindy Project

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It's a big week in television.

All major networks are in New York City to present their 2013-2014 schedules to advertisers, with major scoop, news and previews coming out of what is known as the Upfronts.

So far, we've read through the new NBC schedule. We've watched the first Arrested Development Season 4 trailer.

And now ABC has given us a 30-second look at Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., a wildly anticipated series from Joss Whedon that brings The Avengers to the small screen and debuts this fall.

Watch now!

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A season of medical evacuations, impromptu tribal councils, shocks, surprises, twists and turns came to an end last night.

With Dawn Meehan, Sherri Biethman and John Cochran comprising the final three on Survivor: Caramoan.

Who took home the grand prize of $1 million?

Survivor: Caramoan Winner

Although he was criticized for a strategy that involved letting Meehan to do all the work, Cochran received all nine votes from the jury, hugged his family and collected the massive check.

"Obviously, it feels incredible," Cochran said after the vote was revealed. "I've loved this game for half of my life. It's a dream come true."

What do you think, Survivor fans? Did the right contestant win?


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The final countdown is on.

Netflix has come out with the first trailer for Arrested Development Season 4, which will be released all at once on May 26.

It features quick shots of every Bluth family member, as Michael visits George Michael in college... Tobias receives a sign... Buster downs some serious juice boxes - and a great deal more!

With guest stars such as Seth Rogen and Kristen Wiig on the way, excitement could not be higher for the return of television's smartest comedy.

Revisit the best Arrested Development quotes now and then hit Play:

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Revolution is on the move. Michael J. Fox is on the way. And Community is on the bench... again.

NBC has unveiled its 2013-2014 schedule, with a bevy of new shows the network hopes can rescue it from last place.

Check out the listings below and visit our friends at TV Fanatic for all your Upfront Presentation news, trailers and scoops throughout the week...

The Blacklist Photo

8-10 p.m. – “The Voice”
10-11 p.m. – “THE BLACKLIST” (Pictured above)

8-9 p.m. – “The Biggest Loser” (New Day and Time)
9-10 p.m. – “The Voice” (New time)
10-11 p.m. – “Chicago Fire” (New Day and Time)

8-9 p.m. – “Revolution” (New Day and Time)
9-10 p.m. – ”Law & Order: SVU”
10-11 p.m. – “IRONSIDE”

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