In the trailer for the upcoming episode of the show, the host can be seen leading a very reluctant Uzo towards the striped snake on a hillside.
The episode about the movement is titled '#MurphyToo' and is set to be the upcoming revival show's fourth episode.
Star Keri Russell also nabs the Individual Achievement in Drama accolade for her role on the FX series.
'Thank you for opening your homes and hearts to me every week!' the Alex Parrish depicter writes on Twitter.
The new series, which is to be broadcast on CBS All Access, will focus on the 'next chapter' of Picard's life.
While Marvel decided to not moving forward with the project, it doesn't necessarily mean that fans won't be getting any TV adaptation of the anti-hero.
Things in upcoming season 15 of the E! series seemingly take a more intense turn as Kourtney is seen sobbing and telling her sister 'a b***h.'
Based on the 1970s series, the movie gives the 'Star Trek' star the chance to explore the world's myths and mysteries.
EP Kurt Sutter weighs in on the idea to feature Jax's sons Abel and Thomas on the spin-off during the show's panel at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.
The 'Orange Is the New Black' star's new character has to deal with 64 multiple personalities.
The 'Lost' co-creators have apologized to the actress after she revealed that she felt 'cornered' into doing nude scenes on the show.
Reprising her 'Murder House' character Constance Langdon, Jessica is set to appear in episode 6 of the upcoming installment of the FX anthology series.
The upcoming season of the series will be set in 1950 Kansas City, Missouri as his character's family battles Italian immigrants.
Appian Way, the company run by DiCaprio and Jennifer Davisson, and Biel's Iron Ocean Films partners are reportedly eyeing the project.
Scott has signed on to star as one of the three female leads of the comedy series, alongside comedienne Michelle Buteau.
The FOX show is the brainchild of Timberlake and Andrew Glassman, the executive producer of hit show 'The Wall'.
Besides Allen, Martin Mull, who starred on the original 'Roseanne' series, also addresses the cancellation of the working-class series reboot following Roseanne Barr's racist tweets.
During her appearance at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, the actress details her character.
Besides the recently reported possible prequel, a legal thriller based on the Kiefer Sutherland-starring series is currently in development.
Reese's character Madeline Martha Mackenzie is seen holding an ice cream cone while standing behind Meryl's Mary Louise Wright.