Grey's Anatomy's newest surgeon, Dr. Maggie Pierce (Kelly McCreary), has been welcomed to Grey Sloan Memorial with not quite open arms on the part of her (unwitting) half-sister, Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo). And the dislike is becoming mutual, as viewers saw at the end of last week's episode.
"They're like oil and water," McCreary tells TVGuide.com. "It's a little bit of a heartbreak for [Maggie] to discover that her sister is not somebody that she really wants to know, in spite of the fact that she came all this way to find out."
Tracy Morgan's lawyer says the comedian may never perform again after the accident he was involved in earlier this year.
American Horror Story: Freak Show
Welcome to the most demented circus you'll ever lay eyes on.
FX has released the full title sequence for American Horror Story: Freak Show, and it's just as creepy as you'd expect. Over the haunting, effects-laden theme song, viewers get glimpses of animated versions of the most terrifying attractions. And — beware! — there are lots of clowns.
Good news / bad news, Mistresses fans.
Although ABC announced this week that the series will be back for a third season, star Alyssa Milano won't be returning.
The Fosters, The Normal Heart
Thanks to such shows as The Fosters, Looking and Faking It, ABC Family, HBO and MTV earned high marks in GLAAD's annual report grading networks on their representations of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people on TV shows.
Jenna Elfman may be heading back to the small screen.
Elfman, 43, has signed a deal with 20th Century Fox to develop a comedy or drama in which she'll star, Deadline reports.
Maggie Q, Dylan McDermott
Kevin Williamson is no stranger to defending his work. At the Television Critics Association tour this summer, the creator of The Following and CBS' new thriller Stalker raised eyebrows by encouraging a critic to just "change the channel" if he didn't like what he was seeing on screen. ("I think some people are still kind of raw over The Following," Williamson admitted to TVGuide.com after the panel. "They're fair questions.")
And there's no question that Stalker won't be for everybody. Accusations of excess violence and even misogyny have been leveled at Williamson based on the pilot, whose opening sequence shows a woman screaming as she getting burned alive in her car. But he insists that Stalker is not as violent as The Following, and appeals to a different sense of fear.