Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson and John Noble
For the Fringe team, meeting their alternate selves in the series' second season finale was only the beginning. The tug-of-war between this world and the other world will be even further explored as Season 3 deals with the themes of duality, duplicity and the road not taken. "We want to see how our universe would have evolved had different choices been made along the way," executive producer J.H. Wyman said at the series' Comic-Con panel Saturday. "People are really interested in possibilities and choices that you've made or could have made that would take your life in a very different direction." So now that viewers will be spending more time in the alternate universe, we thought we'd make a handy guide to navigating that world with clues and teases from the cast.
Jason Ritter, Anthony Dale, Blair Underwood
Yes, The Event is building its promotional campaign around teasing viewers about what the thing in it's title is. But it's producers have a promise: they'll tell you soon.
"Everything's designed to answer questions so you're not frustrated, feeling ripped off, feeling like we don't know what we're doing," executive producer Evan Katz said at a Comic-Con panel for the series Saturday. "We're just trying to be...
Sci-fans have seen aliens ravage Earth many times before, from Independence Day to V. But TNT's Falling Skies will be different. It won't be about those meddlesome aliens. It will be about what happens after our extra-terrestrial friends have left.
The Steven Spielberg-produced Falling Skies, which debuts next summer, picks up six months after an alien invasion has wiped out a sizeable chunk of the human population. Did they leave any...
Grace Park, Daniel Dae Kim
Hawaii Five-0 fans can breathe easy. CBS' remake of the classic 1968 TV series features a surprisingly faithful interpretation of the original surf-rock theme song.
After originally bringing in a famous rock star to freshen the tune, the producers instead opted to bring back all the original musicians who recorded the song way back when. "It only affirmed for us that you cannot change it," executive producer Alex Kurtzman said at a Comic-Con panel Friday. "Not everything should be remake or rebooted. Sometimes...
With Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) burning the house down at the end of Season 3, Weeds has made it very clear it's not afraid to throw out the old playbook and to start anew. That's just what the series plans to do again this year, as the Botwin family leaves San Diego's sandy beaches and the seedy politics of Tijuana behind for the open road.
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"You have to reinvent the show. Now we're about to send the characters fleeing on the road so you have the opportunity to make new characters, new personas," executive producer Victoria Morrow said at a Comic-Con panel Thursday. "[It's] basically a decimation of all the Botwins' work and a rebirth."
In Season 6, premiering on Aug. 16 at 10/9c, the Botwin family will ...
Michael C. Hall
After his wife's murder in the Season 4 finale of Dexter, Dexter Morgan starts his new season under suspicion in her death. Fortunately, he has an alibi - but it brings another set of problems: He was busy chopping up the Trinity killer when Rita died.
"The spouse is always the first person that people look to, but he does potentially have another alibi," star and executive producer Michael C. Hall said of the new season at a Comic-Con panel Thursday.
The panel included the first footage from Season 5, which opens...
Stephen Moyer, Julie Benz, Tom Welling
From the blood-thirsty vamps of True Blood and The Vampire Diaries to the masked vigilantes of Smallville and No Ordinary Family, there's something for all of the more than 125,000 attendees at the San Diego International Comic-Con, running from Thursday through Sunday. This historic four-day comic book convention may be infamous for long lines and crowded spaces, but for those lacking a four-day pass and a geeky costume, TVGuide.com will be giving you full-access to all the TV-related happening at the panels and with your favorite stars. Check out our full list of coverage below and remember to visit TVGuide.com for all of your 2010 Comic-Con updates.
This week's episode begins with a montage of each guy's time on the show thus far as they talk about how they need to open up completely to win Ali's heart. Easier said than done for all three, since Chris L. has been slow to show his true feelings, Roberto and Ali have concentrated a lot on physical chemistry more than anything else and since Frank has been so unsure of his and Ali's relationship the entire time.
However, Frank's montage quickly turns from sappy and boring to despicable and dramatic, when Frank begins to talk about his dilemma. He explains that, as he's fallen in love with Ali, he has simultaneously started to have feelings for his ex-girlfriend, Nicole, again. Frank says it's "killing him" that he has feelings for two girls (cry me a river) and explains that he has to go to Chicago to see Nicole before he leaves for Tahiti to be with Ali. The absolute worst part is the Ali doesn't even know about Nicole. Nicole was the last relationship Frank had before he went on the show, but even then, he says he hasn't talked to her in months. So what gives?