The doctor is back in! Tonight, Annabeth Gish reprises her role as Rosewood's most terrorized shrink, Dr. Sullivan, and Shay Mitchell (Emily) couldn't be happier to have the trained professional around.
"I am so excited about this [story]," she says. "I was asking the writers about when Emily would...
Lemon out! After seven seasons, three Outstanding Comedy Emmys, countless nominations and more catchphrases than you can shake a bag of Sabor de Soledad at, 30 Rock takes its final bow Thursday at 8/7c on NBC. Tina Fey, 42, recalls her life as Liz Lemon and reveals what it's like to shut it down once and for all...
For a guy playing a broody Boston bloodsucker, Sam Witwer couldn't be happier. Now in his third season on Syfy's Being Human, the Smallville vet's ancient vampire Aidan Waite is up to his incisors in a devastating plague that is wiping out his undead brethren and giving his character all sorts of juicy stuff to sink his teeth into. In Monday's episode things get even wilder (and maybe more lethal) for Aidan and his roomies — former werewolf Josh and recovering ghost Sally — so we decided to pump Witwer for some scoop on what's coming up on the bloody cool supernatural drama.
Fox is bringing home the Bacon.
For his first regular series role since playing troubled teen lush Tim "TJ" Werner on CBS' Guiding Light in 1981, Kevin Bacon is going even darker, and it's a killer fit. Just don't call The Following another police procedural. Even though the ink-black thriller centers on the hunt for a madman's cult of homicidal fans, "I was not interested in playing that procedural formula," says Bacon, 54, looking relaxed and boyishly shaggy in his trailer on the show's Brooklyn set. "That is something I asked about a lot."
It may soon be gone, but Fringe will never be forgotten. Especially now that Warner Bros., Fox and Insight Editions have teamed up for September's Notebook — The Bishop Paradox, a comprehensive slice of magnificence that serves as both a full-blown celebration of the past five seasons and a key plot point within the show itself.
Joshua Jackson, Anna Torv, John Noble
It's the end of the worlds as we know it. And all Fringe Division wants is soup.
"I swear I saw someone walking around with it!" says Jasika Nicole, bubbly and bundled up between takes while filming on a Vancouver lot. With a week left before wrapping Fringe's fifth and final season, the mood on this drizzly December afternoon is unexpectedly light. Especially for folks facing a string of long night shoots involving the ultimate battle between our heroes and their bald overlords, the Observers. "It's going to be...
She Plays Rocky, the beleaguered and biting assistant to Bryan (Andrew Rannels), the persnickety half of The New Normal's central same-sex couple. "Oh I love him," says NeNe Leakes of working with the Broadway vet. "He's hilarious, he's out of the closet...this [show] is gay heaven!"
Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Anna Torv
Set your DVRs, Cortexifans! Starting Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 8/7c, Science Channel will begin airing repeats of Fringe from the very beginning, starting with 2008's bangin' two-hour pilot that introduced us to Peter, Liv and Walter, followed by the second episode.