The scene being shot for the real-life crime saga Bonnie & Clyde in Baton Rouge looks innocent enough: Inside an old sugar refinery that's been made to look like a 1930s speakeasy, couples in vintage finery crowd the dance floor. Clyde Barrow (Into the Wild's Emile Hirsch) takes his pretty date, Bonnie Parker (The Borgias' Holliday Grainger), for a twirl, then leans in for their first kiss. "I'm the man who's going to make your dreams come true," Barrow, a wannabe gangster, promises the girl who craves fame no...
Looks like Elena (Nina Dobrev) is the latest test subject for Dr. Wes (Rick Cosnett) in his quest to wipe out all vampires ...
The Beast is back — and he's still haunting Det. Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay).
It looks like justice will finally be served to the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit serial rapist and killer known as The Beast. TV Guide Magazine has learned exclusively that William Lewis, the sadistic villain played by Pablo Schreiber, will return in the Jan. 8 episode of the NBC drama. In September's season premiere, Lewis humiliated and tortured Det. Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay), who eventually fought back and nearly beat him to death.
Jason O'Mara may have lost his badge when Vegas was cancelled, but he's moved on in a big way. The Irish actor has an arc on The Good Wife starting this Sunday (Nov. 24 at 9/8c on CBS); the starring role in Complications, USA medical drama pilot from exec producer Matt Nix (Burn Notice); and not least, he's Batman in the upcoming animated movie Justice League: War. O'Mara shares his good news with TV Guide Magazine.
Holy smoke! Law & Order creator Dick Wolf's NBC drama Chicago Fire mixes buff bods, heroic action and — in a startling change from Wolf's previous procedurals — satisfyingly soapy storylines. This combo has helped make the sophomore series a hot date on Tuesday nights for more than 8 million viewers. "What we're doing here is the equivalent of big studio movies that have huge action sequences," says Wolf...
Among the legion of shows commemorating the upcoming 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, REELZChannel offers up JFK: The Smoking Gun (Sunday, Nov. 3 at 8/7c), a documentary that sets out to prove that Lee Harvey Oswald did not shoot the bullet that exploded the brain of the 35th President on Nov. 22, 1963 in Dallas. Retired Australian homicide detective Colin McLaren, whose investigation is the focus of the REELZ film, revealed what's behind his theory of a second shooter.
It's not just the firefighter neighbors who will drop in on Chicago PD, NBCs midseason police-centric Chicago Fire spin-off. Dick Wolf's new cop show gets an official welcome to the Law & Order family when SVU detectives Fin (Ice-T) and...
Gillian Anderson has become the American queen of British TV with powerful performances in such classics as Great Expectations and Bleak House. Season 1 of The Fall, her latest Brit hit, a highly praised contemporary crime thriller, has just been released on DVD by Acorn. The X Files star talks to TV Guide Magazine about the BBC show as well as her return to U.S. network television and a possible sci-fi project.
Starting Oct. 24, Lisa Kudrow joins the cast of Scandal in a recurring role as a politician. And it looks like she's making fast friends.
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