Falling Skies is back on Sunday (9/8c, TNT)... and Tom Mason will be too from his time away with the alien Overlord.
Tom (Noah Wyle) will return a changed man after the aliens make it pretty clear that his visit aboard the ship was far from a peace offering. In fact, the 2nd Mass will be in even more danger this season, which could actually be Tom's fault.
Still, there may be hope on the horizon when the outside world makes contact. Will the promise of a stable life and safety be too good to be true? TVGuide.com turned to Wyle to get the scoop on the second season, including the quick progression of Anne (Moon Bloodgood) and Tom's relationship and the inevitable, impending deaths...
It's true: Females are funny — and StandUp in Stilettos is about to prove it.
The new half-hour series from TV Guide Network, premiering Saturday at 10/9c, features three comediennes per show. And no, it's not just for females to watch. In fact, men will enjoy it just as much... if not more! Hosted by The Office's Kate Flannery, Stilettos boasts a familiar array of funny ladies, including 24's Mary Lynn Rajskub, Parks and Recreation's Retta and infamous comedy duo Frangela. We talked to Flannery about how women have changed comedy, what she says to people who think females can't be funny and why she doesn't believe next year will be the last season of The Office...
The Glass House
It seems ABC has won this round.
A judge has denied CBS' request for a temporary restraining order that would've prevented ABC's The Glass House from premiering next week, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Joe Manganiello, Robert Patrick
Get ready to meet the werefather!
Robert Patrick has been cast as Alcide's father on True Blood, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Patrick will portray Jackson Herveaux, whose debt to ...
NBC has green-lighted The Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives, a soap-thriller drama pilot from Jerry Bruckheimer, Deadline.com reports.
Inspired by the Josie Brown book of the same name, the hourlong project focuses on...
Federal prosecutors in the case against John Edwards dropped all charges after the judge declared a mistrial on the outstanding counts, People reports.
In May, Edwards was found not guilty of one count in his corruption case, but the jury failed to reach verdicts in the five remaining charges. The jury was then forced to return to deliberations by the judge, who refused to declare a mistrial at the time. Still, the mistrial was declared Wednesday.
Judge refuses to declare mistrial in John Edwards case; sends jury back to deliberate
The 2004 Democrat vice presidential nominee...
Merle Dixon is back!
The Walking Dead's racist and hot-tempered brother of Daryl (Norman Reedus) is back in action for Season 3, as evidenced by this first-look photo AMC released on Wednesday. The last we saw of Merle...