Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv
They are coming.
The "they," of course, are the time-traveling Observers who have taken over the Earth in the final season of Fringe. The fifth season takes place in 2036, where the Observers have enslaved humanity, as teased in last season's 19th episode, in which an FBI agent named Etta (Georgina Haig) attempted to free the ambered Fringe Division so they could save the Earth. It turned out, Etta was actually the grown-up daughter of Peter (Joshua Jackson) and Olivia (Anna Torv)!
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In the new trailer for Season 5, we get a flashback to when the Observers first arrived on Earth, all while the Bishop family — which Olivia seems to finally be a part of (note the wedding rings) — attempts to enjoy a lovely day at the park. Considering that Peter ends up ambered and Olivia is MIA in 2036, this picnic won't end well. Check out the clip:
Ed Westwick and Leighton Meester
After five years, Chuck and Blair may finally be on their way to happiness, but could the new trailer for Gossip Girl be giving us a false sense of security for the couple?
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The trailer features Blair (Leighton Meester) telling Chuck (Ed Westwick) that she's "all in," to which Chuck replies, "My bet's on us." But really, Gossip Girl has toyed with our emotions so much (see: Dan Humphrey), we're not sure what to believe anymore. Nevertheless, check out the trailer for the upcoming sixth and final season:
Anna Paquin and Ryan Kwanten
The final two episodes of True Blood are upon us, and if the promos are any indication, the vampire war is about to reach a fever pitch in which no one, even our favorite characters, are safe.
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For example, a recent promo for the HBO series sent fans scouring to find out if Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) would actually meet his maker before the season was up after he was spotted seemingly lifeless in a grave alongside Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll). To (hopefully) help you breathe a little easier, TVGuide.com turned to Kwanten to get the scoop on that grave scene, along with the events in store for the final two episodes: A reunion! More death! A jaw-dropping cliff-hanger! Check it out:
The Glass House
CBS has dropped its lawsuit against ABC over its claims that The Glass House is a direct rip-off of its long-running hit Big Brother, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The Glass House, which premiered in...