Jennifer Beals revisits her Flashdance days on this week's episode of Motive — only this time she's the teacher, not the student.
Beals guest-stars as a dance instructor who finds herself the target of Angie's (Kristin Lehman) investigation into a killing that initially seems like a case of self-defense during a home invasion, but quickly morphs into something more sinister. What does she have to hide?
Adan Canto, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, Daniel Cudmore
Godzilla was no match for The X-Men this holiday weekend.
Days of Future Past, the latest installment in the X-Men franchise, soared to the top spot at the box office this holiday weekend with $91.4 million ($111 million over the four-day weekend) in ticket sales, according to Box Office Mojo. Though it fell short of the debut of X-Men: The Last Stand ($102.8 million), it's on pace to become the highest-grossing X-Men movie ever by next weekend.
Lisa Niemi, the widow of actor Patrick Swayze, married jeweler Albert DePrisco in Palm Beach, Fla., on Sunday, People reports.
Matt Bomer, Mark Ruffalo
If The Normal Heart, which premieres Sunday at 9/8c on HBO, were a work of fiction, it would be tragic. But knowing that it's rooted in actual events makes it nothing short of devastating.
Based on Larry Kramer's 1985 play (which was revived on Broadway in 2011) and adapted for the small screen by Ryan Murphy, The Normal Heart takes a brutal, unflinching look at the onset of the AIDS epidemic in New York City in the early 1980s. The story is told through the eyes of a group of activists who founded the organization Gay Men's Health Crisis to help patients living with the disease.
Spencer Bledsoe may not have walked away from Survivor: Cagayan with $1 million, but instead he got something priceless during Wednesday's live reunion show: a personal letter from Jeff Probst, who told TVGuide.com ahead of the finale that he's "never been more wrong about a player than Spencer."
But Spencer hasn't been able to bring himself to open the letter yet. "I feel weird about opening it," he tells TVGuide.com. "I feel like once I open it, I've crossed some barrier and can't go back. I will. I'm waiting until I'm really depressed."
Kassandra "Kass" McQuillen
Despite playing Survivor with Tony Vlachos — one of the most disloyal, untrustworthy players in the show's history — Kass McQuillen found herself in the strange position of being the most disliked member of her tribe on Survivor: Cagayan. Why? McQuillen, who came in third for the season, has a theory.
"It's a double standard," she tells TVGuide.com. "A man does what I did and makes it as far as I did, they're a great player. ... Look at Tony."
Yung "Woo" Hwang
Woo Hwang may have essentially given away $1 million during the Survivor: Cagayan finale, but you'd never know it from speaking to him. The Season 28 runner-up says he's still proud of his game, and that his goal was to play with the same traits he values in his everyday life.
"I didn't walk away with the million dollars, but with all the Team Woo fans out there, all the love and support I've been getting about being an inspiration to their life, that I'm a hero to their kids, that they look at me as a role model — wow," Woo tells TVGuide.com. "And to play a game that's so grueling and [requires] lying and cheating and stealing to win a million bucks, to be portrayed as someone who people can to look up to ... deep down inside, I've won it all. I feel like a millionaire already."