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On top of Empire's return to our television screens, Entertainment Weekly reports that the show is also releasing an album featuring songs from the second half of the season on April 29th. The show released two singles to promote the album and the show as well as the track list. Let's take a look and see if we can guess the scenario the songs will be taking place in.
It's Freda vs. Hakeem in the rap battle of the century, but how will this affect his Pepsi endorsement deal or the unborn child he doesn't know about? Life is so complicated!
Cookie's new plan for a concert in the park is no picnic, and her nice romantic dinner with her son is all kinds of weird.
Oh no, Hakeem got kidnapp-- oh wait, no, he's back already. So... what are we gonna do with the next 45 minutes of this episode?
If you think they know how to throw an office party on Mad Men, you ain't seen nothing yet.
When the FBI comes a-knockin', Lucious and Cookie put aside their differences, call a truce, and decide to co-produce a music video together. It doesn't go well.
Lucious invites the family over for dinner to celebrate his homecoming from prison. He's also got a plan to sabotage Cookie's new label and destroy it from the inside out, as if she wasn't doing that already.
With new (and amazingly boring) emails from Hillary Clinton's personal server coming out in drips every few weeks, we got to thinking which of our favorite TV characters might get caught up in the controversy.
Cookie's starting her own studio! With blackjack! And hookers! Or maybe just a crappy girl band. Oh well, everybody's gotta start somewhere.
Lionel kicks off Season 2 behind bars while the rest of his family fights to free him (in public, at least) and to steal his empire (behind closed doors).
Marvin Gaye III claims Fox's 'Empire' is a rip off of his idea. Is this true or just another cash grab after the 'Blurred Lines' money runs out?
HNTP presents: Life Lessons for White People. Today's class: Subtle signs that the smiling, laughing, self-effacing black man in front of you might be making a joke, even if he uses a bad word.
With the demise of American Idol, FOX has a new singing competition in the works... with a direct tie-in to "Empire."
Let’s see how some of our favorite TV characters would fare on the world’s most ridiculous, guilty pleasure, summer reality game show . . . shall we?
Gracepoint, yes, Red Band Society, no. Predictions for every new show on FOX this fall.
Pro-tip: Do Not Go Film A Teevee Show At The Jail If You Are Actually Supposed To Be In Jail