The action heats up on this week's Ironside, when the NBC drama's titular character (played by Blair Underwood) and his team try to track down a serial stabber.
As Virgil (Pablo Schreiber) and Teddy (Neal Bledsoe) are hot on the serial killer's trail, Det. Ironside and Holly (Spencer Grammer) investigate a case-within-a-case when they discover a teenage witness to the slashing went missing as a child. Their search takes them to the heart of the New York City's Greenwich Village where Ironside finds himself in the middle of a heated exchange.
In order to enter Andrew Lincoln's trailer on the Senoia, Georgia, set of The Walking Dead, you must first step on a Duck Dynasty welcome mat — not exactly the greeting you'd expect from the 40-year-old British graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. "[Costar] Norman [Reedus] gave it to me because...
The Mindy Project
Happy Endings alum Adam Pally joins the Mindy Project practice on Oct. 1 as Peter Prentiss, a new ob-gyn whom executive producer Jack Burditt describes as "a frat guy from Dartmouth who brings a whole new energy to the workplace."
Pally will stick around for the rest of Season 2 — he was promoted to series regular earlier this month, weeks before his episodes started airing. Now that's a happy ending!
Do you have what it takes to survive the zombie apocalypse? Beginning on Sept. 20, visitors to Universal Studios in Hollywood and Orlando can test their endurance in the terrifying new Walking Dead: No Safe Haven interactive maze as a part of the theme park's annual Halloween Horror Nights festivities.
"We're placing you, the guest, in the footsteps of the human survivors on the show," says Halloween Horror Nights creative director John Murdy. "When you go through these mazes, you don't see the human characters, you are the human characters and you're living it for real."
Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher
They have the right to remain hilarious. Former Saturday Night Live cutup Andy Samberg is ready for primetime in Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine as Jake Peralta, a hotshot New York detective whose unconventional workplace antics are disrupted by the arrival of a new by-the-book captain, Ray Holt, played by Homicide vet Andre Braugher. We interrogate the duo about their arresting new comedy....
Simon Cowell sits on a balcony overlooking the pool at the Beverly Hilton hotel and lights another cigarette. It's a tumultuous time for the fiery Brit, whose baby-daddy drama is dominating tabloid headlines just a month before The X Factor is set to premiere its do-or-die third season in the United States. But Cowell has rarely appeared more at ease. "I think you're really going to like it more this year," he says of his singing competition.
After last season's addition of judge Britney Spears proved to be a multimillion-dollar dud and original panelist L.A. Reid jumped ship (Demi Lovato is the only holdover from Season 2), Cowell again restructured the panel, this time focusing on experience and chemistry. Enter Kelly Rowland, a former member of Destiny's Child who worked on the U.K. version of The X Factor in 2011, and Paulina Rubio, a Latina superstar whose previous gigs include coaching the Mexican edition of The Voice. Mario Lopez will take on full hosting duties, after sharing last season with Khloe Kardashian.
The format itself is also undergoing some tweaks. Here, Cowell and his team discuss the show's new direction.
The start of the 2013 NFL season is only days away, and NFL Network's Rich Eisen is preparing with a little help from his celebrity friends Matt Damon, Kevin Costner and Larry David on The Rich Eisen Kickoff Special (airing Tuesday at 10:30/9:30c). The NFL GameDay Morning host — whose weekly podcast just surpassed 10 million downloads — sat down with the three devout sports fans to discuss their favorite teams and break down football's most notable off-season stories.
Mindy Kaling and James Franco
James Franco checks in for the first two episodes of the Fox comedy The Mindy Project playing Dr. Paul Leotard, a model-turned-ob-gyn who joined the office following Mindy's (Mindy Kaling) missionary trip to Haiti at the end of last season.
"He has firmly established himself as the most popular doctor at the practice," says exec producer Jack Burditt. "So when Mindy returns and wants everything to go back to normal, he is a huge obstacle in her way."
Soup's on! The E! clip show that specializes in skewering the world of reality television celebrates its milestone 500th episode tonight by airing two live shows for both coasts. "I'm very much looking forward to it," host Joel McHale told reporters after wrapping the show's 499th episode on Aug. 14.