He's the man of many names and professions — cop John McBain, vampire Caleb Morley, priest Michael Morley, rock star-serial killer Stephen Clay and now genius doctor Silas Clay — and Michael Easton is leading two lives in the real world, too. In addition to his much buzzed-about ...
Cameron Mathison, Kris Jenner
Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kris Jenner intends to make a big splash with her new daytime talk show Kris, debuting Monday, July 15, on several Fox-owned stations around the country — but she won't be going it along. Jenner has selected Good Morning America correspondent and former All My Children star Cameron Mathison as her very first cohost.
There will be damage. The Grimm season finale saw a zombified Nick (David Giuntoli) being shipped off to Europe in a coffin — presumably to become a pawn in the Royal Families' quest for world domination —but don't expect some quick fix or a fast rescue by his Scooby Gang when the NBC series returns (Friday, Oct. 25 at 9/8c). "If Nick does survive this zombie state, he's going to be very dangerous," says executive producer Jim Kouf. "There will be residual effects that will change him in a huge way."
TV Guide Magazine has your exclusive first look at Giuntoli in zombie-mode, created by makeup artist Barney Burman, an Oscar winner for J.J. Abrams's Star Trek.
In other Season 3 scoop, back home, the still-clueless Sergeant Wu (Reggie Lee) sees too much in his first direct encounter with a Wesen and goes a bit psycho. Hank (Russell Hornsby) falls deeply for his physical therapist — also a Wesen — and her folks don't like it one bit.
But there's even bigger romantic news! Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) will wed Rosalee (Bree Turner) and they, too, will be plagued by meddling parents. "When you marry someone, you marry their family," notes executive producer David Greenwalt. "Monroe's mother and father are old-school Blutbads — they may still even hunt, for all we know — and they think Fuchsbau like Rosalee are for eating, not for settling down with." Just wait until Mom and Dad find out their son's best friend is a Grimm!
Ready. Set. Dish! Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kris Jenner will test-market her own talk show, Kris, starting July 15 on several Fox-owned stations, including those in Los Angeles, Dallas, Phoenix, Minneapolis and New York. The chatfest has just six weeks to prove itself and, if it's a hit, it'll return nationwide, most likely in 2014. TV Guide Magazine spoke with the ever-controversial momager to find out if she's staying cool or feeling the heat.
The Legends of Chima
For a show aimed at the peewee crowd, The Legends of Chima sure boasts some mighty big themes! The latest animated series from LEGO, premiering Wednesday (8/7c, Cartoon Network), is set in a fantastical Middle Earth-type world, known as the Chima Kingdom. Eleven animal tribes have split into two factions and they are battling for...
Now, this is a survivor. It was 40 years ago July 13 that an ex-Radio City Rockette with no TV experience auditioned for the role of disabled farm gal Maggie Simmons on NBC's Days of Our Lives. Today that character, wed to Salem badass Victor Kiriakis (John Aniston), is still going gangbusters. And so is Suzanne Rogers, who is now the longest-running contract player currently working in soaps. TV Guide Magazine spoke with the Emmy-winning beauty to reminisce about her remarkable, landmark run.
These are rough times for The Young and the Restless' Jack Abbott. First, the high-strung cosmetics mogul — played by three-time Emmy winner Peter Bergman — was shot during his wedding and paralyzed. Then he got addicted to painkillers. Now he's about to find out ...
Is she truly evil, totally bonkers or just misunderstood? Tika Sumpter stirs it up plenty on the Tyler Perry sudser The Haves and the Have Nots (Tuesdays at 9/8c on OWN) as Candace Young, the gold-digging hooker — excuse us, gentleman's escort — who is bedding and blackmailing Judge Jim Cryer (John Schneider). The former One Life to Live and Gossip Girl star gave TV Guide Magazine the lowdown on her down-low character.
The folks at Disney Studios are putting a new — and by that we mean old — coat of paint on the one and only Mickey Mouse. Starting Friday, the company's 85-year-old mascot will star in a series of brand-new yet vintage-looking Disney Channel cartoon shorts (8:30pm/7:30c), appearing much as he did when he was created back in 1928 by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks—except in dazzling color. Expect crazy, mind-blowing plots, slapstick gags and rubber-hose bodies, plus a surprisingly spunky rodent.
Michael E. Knight
Our long national nightmare is over — Michael E. Knight is back on TV! The three-time Emmy winner, best known for his multi-decade run as Tad Martin on All My Children, has landed a juicy guest gig on the July 14 episode of Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva (airing Sundays, 9/8c). He'll play Charles Van Horn, a lawsuit-happy curmudgeon who is representing himself in a court case involving his dog's unplanned pregnancy. TV Guide Magazine had a chat with Knight to score some scoop on his role and, of course, to get his thoughts on the AMC Internet reboot. Will he ever return to Pine Valley?