No one got killed — executed, euthanized or otherwise — in this third episode of Game of Thrones, but that didn't mean we had to look far for the scene that had our blood running cold...
Chuck fans, you are cordially invited to partake in the Snakes of Toluca Lake. Please bring your own $20 bills.
Before Chuck and Sarah can say "I do," it's time for one last hurrah with respective bachelor and bachelorette parties on Monday's Chuck (8/7c on NBC). As the future sister-in-law, Ellie (Sarah Lancaster) will plan a luncheon-turned-stripfest for Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski), while Captain Awesome (Ryan McPartlin) will head up less raunchy festivities for Chuck (Zachary Levi).
John Bradley, Kit Harington
In the cutthroat world of Game of Thrones, it's not easy being a bastard.
It's also a challenge playing one. Newcomer Kit Harington tells TVGuide that he had to learn to embrace the term "bastard," which is used quite frequently and openly in the series to describe his character Jon Snow, the illegitimate son of Winterfell's Lord Ned Stark (Sean Bean).
Shane West and Maggie Q
First comes love, so is marriage far behind? Now that Michael and Nikita are together, can these two crazy Division rogues make it as a couple?
"Oh yes, Mikita," Nikita star Shane West tells a group of reporters over coffee. "We love it. The fact that the fans reacted so quickly to that relationship was great. It was really a testament to them and we discovered we could tease a lot [of their romantic history] by adding these flashbacks. I think that was something that grew into the subject line. We're stunned by the fan reaction. We have a fan who sent Mikita posters that are phenomenal."
Ah Glee, you always know how to wring a tear from us.
Check out the Warblers' dreamy take on Keane's "Somewhere Only We Know" from the special super-sized "Born This Way" episode Tuesday (8/7c on Fox). As you can see from Kurt's lack of blue blazer, he's back at McKinley High, and obviously his former choirmates miss him already.
The Doctor's invasion of America has paid off.
The premiere of the new season of Doctor Who -- the first time the Time Lord filmed on American soil -- drew nearly 1.27 million viewers for BBC America on Saturday, making it the channel's highest-rated, most-watched telecast ever for live and same day viewing.
Hide your Segway. Survivor and The Amazing Race alum "Boston Rob" Mariano is circumnavigating the globe in a creative way.
Mariano and four-time Monster Jam world champ Dennis Anderson will co-host the upcoming series Around the World in 80 Ways for the History Channel, it was announced Monday.
Who can't get enough historical pope drama? Showtime, that's who.
The network picked up The Borgias for a second season, it was announced Monday.