As the first season of Arrow comes to a close Wednesday (8/7c, The CW), TV Guide Magazine targets scene stealer Colin Donnell.
Max Carver, Charlie Carver
O brother, where art howl?
How delightful! John Noble is back in our lives in a grand way as the star of Friend, a beautifully emotional short film teeming with the Fringe DNA.
"Just when you think the writers can't raise the stakes, they threaten to destroy the entire world!" says Eddie McClintock with a laugh. He's talking about Syfy hit Warehouse 13's midseason premiere (Monday, 10/9c), which picks up with his artifact-hunting agent Pete and bestie-slash-partner Myka (Joanne Kelly) in a mad dash to find a cure for the sweating-sickness epidemic unleashed in October's cliffhanger.
Helping their cause is Buffy the Vampire Slayer veteran James Marsters, who guest stars as a professor with a specific — and very old — skill set that may help stop the global pandemic. While that arc sparks the action-adventure fun W13 is known for, the hour also takes a more serious turn as the team continues to deal with the fact that a possessed Artie (Saul Rubinek) has killed one of their own. "We have to honor the demise of Leena [Genelle Williams]," McClintock says, while promising that Season 4.5 won't be all death and destruction. "It's still Warehouse 13. We're gonna paint with all the same colors and just add a couple of different tones."
Kevin McHale and Katey Sagal
Finally, Katey Sagal gets a son without anarchy! The grande dame of FX's motorcycle drama rolls in to Lima, Ohio, for a guest spot opposite Kevin McHale on May 2's Glee. She plays...
Get ready, Gleeks. The song that started it all is back to play a major role in Rachel's first run at Broadway on tonight's episode of Glee.
"[Creator] Ryan [Murphy] called and said, 'Rachel is going to have her Funny Girl audition, so she has to do some Barbra Streisand, and then she does something very emotional, but I'm not telling you what it is,'" says Lea Michele with a laugh. "I was like...
Put your hands where we can see them!
As TV Guide Magazine previously broke, the heat is gonna be on Aria and friends when ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars returns in June. Here's an exclusive first look at Rosewood's newest (and perfectly monikered) law-enforcement officer, played by Sean Faris (The Vampire Diaries).
"This season on Pretty Little Liars, I'm playing Pennsylvania State Police Detective Gabriel Holbrook," reveals Faris. His character will be paired with Nip/Tuck vet Roma Maffia's Det. Linda Tanner "to investigate some of the mysteries that seem to elude the local police."
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Snag it, bag it, tag it... just don't miss it! Syfy's Eddie McClintock-Joanne Kelly chemistry extravaganza known as Warehouse 13 is coming back on Monday, April 29 (10/9c) to finish up its fourth season with a blast of mind-blowing action, and we've got your first look in this teaser trailer.
"We obviously have to deal — in a major way — with what Artie's been through and what happens to him, having killed Leena," executive producer Jack Kenny told us after last fall's mid-season cliffhanger, hinting at even more tragedies to come. "There are many other versions of mortality that we're going to deal with in the next 10 episodes." So let's all cross our fingers that season-premiere guest stars James Marsters, Lindsay Wagner, Kate Mulgrew, Roger Rees and Polly Walker and can help Pete, Myka and the rest of the team find a cure for that sweating sickness epidemic Petey accidentally unleashed before anymore Warehouse workers wind up adding to the body count.
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The grumbling you've been hearing for the past two months has been the unhappy Happy Endings fans who have been waiting for the comedy's return to ABC's schedule. Yes, it's now on Fridays at 8/7c and yes, like a Xela dress, a move like that can turn a good girl bad. But according to executive producers David Caspe and Jonathan Groff, the show is coming back with a bunch of new episodes that are worth the wait. So spread the word, set your DVR, and tell your friends. Because it would totally sooook to lose this one now.
Bethany Joy Lenz
One Tree Hill fans, rejoice! And be a little scared. TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively that the fabulous OTH vet Bethany Joy Lenz will be recurring on Dexter's eighth season, which is set to premiere on June 30 at 9/8c.
Described as "an attractive former finance executive looking for a quieter life," Lenz's character, Cassie, is slated to debut in the season's fourth episode and will wind up moving in next door to Dexter. While it's doubtful she will actually find life so close to a serial killer to be peaceful, we have a sneaking suspicion that her arrival will shake things up for Dex as he and Deb continue to pass themselves off as normal, non-homicidal, slightly-incestuous siblings.