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On the Set: Criminal Minds Celebrates 200 Episodes

the cast of Criminal Minds

On Criminal Minds' Glendale, California, soundstage, cast members look far happier than they ever do on the show. A massive cake, spattered with fake blood splotches to commemorate the CBS series' 200th episode, rests before a podium as star Joe Mantegna, who plays Special Agent David Rossi, speaks triumphantly to the actors and crew. read more

Behind the Scenes of Breaking Bad's Shocking Final Showdown

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston

When we last saw Walter White (three-time Emmy winner Bryan Cranston), he had amassed more money than anyone who didn't have a corner office at Goldman Sachs, ordered just about anyone who could connect him to his meth operation shivved with extreme prejudice and ultimately opted to retire from his immensely lucrative and deadly empire.

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Sneak Peek: Jeanne Tripplehorn on Criminal Minds

Thomas Gibson, Jeanne Tripplehorn

Now that Emily Prentiss has left the Behavioral Analysis Unit — again — Agent Alex Blake (Jeanne Tripplehorn, with Thomas Gibson) will take her place on Criminal Minds' September 26 season premiere. Blake, a linguistics expert, made a name for herself by... read more

On the Set: Breaking Bad Begins Its Final Season

Breaking Bad

When Breaking Bad returns for the first half of its fifth and final season, "You barely see any glimpse of Walter White," reports Aaron Paul, who plays Walt's partner in crime, Jesse. But it's not what you think — Walt's body is still around, but his soul has been replaced by that of his sinister alter ego. "Heisenberg is dangerous. [Creator] Vince Gilligan said he wanted to do a show about Mr. Chips turning into Scarface, and that's exactly what he's done. Walt's a puppeteer, and we're all ... read more

Exclusive: Giancarlo Esposito Talks About His Community Guest Shot

Giancarlo Esposito

Giancarlo Esposito's explosive exit as Gus Fring from Breaking Bad last season was one of the most memorable and intense in TV history. But Gus lives on, sort of — Esposito will guest-star in an upcoming ...
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Community Stars Celebrate Their TV Guide Magazine Fan Favorites Victory


It has scarcely been the best week on Community's set. On November 14, NBC announced its January schedule, and the acclaimed cult comedy about the eccentric members of a community-college study group whose outsize, genre-bending adventures frequently boggle the mind was missing in action.

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All Aboard for AMC's Railroad Drama Hell on Wheels

Hell On Wheels

One of the resonant early images in AMC's ambitious new drama Hell on Wheels — about the building of the transcontinental railroad in the fractious days immediately after the Civil War — has religious believers ecstatically submitting to baptism while, in the background, violent progress proceeds apace, with huge explosions tearing up the terrain.

"That's very representative of the show," says Tony Gayton, who created the series with his brother Joe (they've collaborated on films, including last year's... read more

Fall TV First Look: Paget Brewster Returns to Criminal Minds

Paget Brewster

Emily Prentiss fans, rejoice: In the September 21 premiere of CBS' Criminal Minds, Paget Brewster returns as the BAU pursues the terrorist who caused her to fake her own death last season. In the scene pictured, Prentiss contemplates photos of fallen agents, including herself.

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Exclusive Community Roundtable: Head of the Class


Interviewing the entire cast of Community together is a fool's errand, but a fortunate fool's. Ken Jeong, who plays professor-turned-student Señor Chang, wears only a navy bathrobe. "You've been off camera for an hour and you can't even put a shirt on," jokingly scolds Gillian Jacobs (the often brittle Britta). Jeong deadpans, "There goes the buzzkill — it's all about her."

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Beau Garrett Gets Tough on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior

Beau Garrett, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior

When Beau Garrett first auditioned for Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, she admits producers didn't think she was tough enough to play FBI Agent Gina LaSalle. Before her second audition, she recalls, "I played a little basketball, took a shot of tequila and mellowed out. The combination really relaxed me. I went in there owning it more."

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