Who is Martin Odum (Sean Bean)? That's the question behind TNT's thriller Legends (premiering August 13). The Game of Thrones alum portrays an FBI agent adept at assuming false identities — until a mysterious encounter forces him to question his own.
Guitar Center Sessions kicks off its eighth season by welcoming classic Seattle grunge rockers Soundgarden on Sunday, May 4 at 8/7c on DIRECTV's Audience Network. Filmed on a rooftop in Austin, Texas during March's South by Southwest music festival, the Chris Cornell-fronted band perform a variety of hits while celebrating the 20th anniversary of their breakthrough album, Superunknown.
Welcome to the jungle! On the second season of BBC America's Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan, the Lost vet once again crisscrosses the globe in search of nature's most treacherous critters.
TV Guide Magazine: How has the show changed in Season 2?
Dominic Monaghan: We needed to be more ambitious with some of the animals we were looking for. It's just a little bit more...
I Wanna Marry "Harry"
The royal con is on this summer when Fox launches I Wanna Marry "Harry," a new reality dating series from producer Ryan Seacrest where "average English bloke" Matthew Hicks is transformed into Prince Harry and introduced to a dozen single American women looking to land a Prince Charming of their own. As the faux Harry courts the ladies with a series of fairytale dates, will they fall for the crown or see through the ruse?
The Crazy Ones
Read 'em and weep! Simon (Robin Williams) and his team try to keep the local library from closing by using a very unconventional method...
He sees dead people! Hulu is scaring up laughs with its new original series Deadbeat, starring Reaper vet Tyler Labine as Kevin Pacalioglu, a New York medium who can successfully communicate with ghosts to help them solve their unfinished business but struggles to gain control of his own life.
Deadbeat also stars So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley as rival medium Camomile White and Brandon T. Jackson as Kevin's best friend, Roofie. Brett Konner and Cody Heller (Wilfred) serve as writers and executive producers. All 10 episodes will be available for streaming beginning on April 9.
Pete Wentz, Yvette Nicole Brown, Adam Scott
Let the games begin! This week, NBC's Hollywood Game Night pits two returning champions against each other when Community star Yvette Nicole Brown and Law & Order vet Anthony Anderson face off during another visit to host Jane Lynch's star-studded abode.
The level of competition is at an all time high, and a round of Smash the Buzzer gets particularly heated when one player is exiled to the bar. Check out the exclusive clip below!
Harry Connick Jr.
Season 13 of American Idol sure caught a lucky break in new judge Harry Connick Jr. Since his debut in January, Connick has received rave reviews from both the show's fans and television critics — but he hasn't paid attention to any of them. "There's just a lot of noise that I don't listen to," Connick says. "I've heard some incredibly nice things, but it stops there. I've got a job to do."
That job would be to...
The day before Hollywood's biggest stars don their gowns and tuxedos for the Oscars, they cut loose and drink up on the Santa Monica beach during the Film Independent Spirit Awards. This year, stand-up comedian/actor Patton Oswalt hosts the laid-back affair (airing Saturday, March 1 at 10/9c on IFC). "I'm doing as little as possible [to prepare]," Oswalt admits. "I want to be as relaxed and boozy as everyone I'm performing for. If I'm too focused, I'll just freak everybody out." But one tongue-in-cheek stunts has already been nixed: Oswalt will not be allowed to present live birds to this year's winners, as he had previously intended.
Randy Jackson, Briston Maroney
Randy Jackson returns to American Idol tonight in his new role as mentor, guiding the contestants through Rush Week. The 31 remaining hopefuls will cycle through Jackson's workshop, a series of classes focusing on vocal skills, styling and social-media training. Former finalists Adam Lambert and Chris Daughtry will also be around to field questions. Idol's top dawg breaks down the intensive two-day process.
TV Guide Magazine: Why did you want to come back for this workshop?
Jackson: Being a judge, you don't have that closeness with the kids. I know they have a trillion questions, so I really wanted to prepare them for the show and make it informative. You've got all these people at the top of their fields who want to help. This is for the rest of the [contestants'] lives, so they have to take advantage. It's like a college-prep course, and I'm the dean!