Mireille Enos and Alan Ruck
The Killing's Mireille Enos and her husband, Ferris Bueller's Day Off alum Alan Ruck, are expecting...
Psych is doing something that no TV show has dared before — a remake!
Sure, lots of shows are remakes of past hits (see: Hawaii Five-0, 90210), but Psych is the first series to remake one of its own Season 1 episodes.
In "Remake A.K.A. Cloudy... With A Chance Of Improvement" (Wednesday, 9/8c, USA), Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) go back seven years to 2006 to retell the story of...
Christmastime means presents, eggnog... and spending time with your family — much to Kendall's chagrin on Super Fun Night.
Breaking Bad, Big Bang top SAG Awards nominations
On Wednesday's episode (9:30/8:30c, ABC) Kendall's (Kate Jenkinson) parents ...
Mark Harmon and Emily Wickersham
Emily Wickersham made her much-anticipated debut on NCIS Tuesday. In the episode, her character, NSA analyst Ellie Bishop, is brought on board to help out the team after the Secretary of the Navy Sarah Porter (Leslie Hope) discovers she's been bugged. The device that's been planted in her pen has been recording her communications (including a confidential briefing) for about 30 hours, and Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and Tony (Michael Weatherly) turn to Bishop for help with the case when they learn she authored a paper two years prior that outlines an almost identical scenario.
Where there's hope, there's laughter. And where there's Raising Hope, which returns for a third season tonight on Fox (8/7c), the laughter is of a particularly shameless quality. Take Sabrina's grandmother Nana — please! Actually, as the episode begins, this glam granny has already been taken to the great beyond, her body laid out for the wake in a scenario that almost sounds like a Bones episode: "The Body in the Buffet." (The vain Nana having requested her body be put in the kitchen so people would notice — which Cloris Leachman's unhinged Maw Maw certainly does.)
Yes, we must admit that the first few minutes of Bunheads were a little iffy (Michelle married her stalker! And we're supposed to be OK with that?). But by the end of the first episode, the ABC Family series hit its groove and started focusing on what it does best: heartfelt comedy, drama and dance! Still not convinced? Here are five reasons to give the fledgling series a chance — or at least a spot on your DVR queue.
You'd think they'd killed somebody.
After a season crammed with multiple suspects and red herrings, AMC's moody cop drama The Killing signed off without revealing who strangled teen beauty Rosie Larsen, and many fans and critics cried foul.
The producers were blindsided by the reaction.
Some crime shows pull you in with gunplay and explosions, others with snappy dialogue between bantering buddies. On The Killing, AMC's compelling new mystery, it's the faces that hook you. Whether they're despairing, full of rage, menacing or intensely haunting as in the case of Sarah Linden, played by the superb Mireille Enos — just try to turn away.
With a quiet authority and obsessive dedication to the job, Detective Linden is perhaps the most multilayered and intriguing female cop since Helen Mirren's Jane Tennison on Prime Suspect. The demanding role was exceedingly difficult to cast. "A mild panic had set in about ever finding the right actress," recalls exec producer Veena Sud...
They're watching you! No, it's not paranoia — it's the premise of NBC's summer psychological thriller Persons Unknown (premiering Monday at 10/9c on NBC).
Created by screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie (The Usual Suspects), the 13-episode series ...
America's Got Talent
Aspiring performers, get your audition tapes ready! America's Got Talent and Last Comic Standing are coming back.
America's Got Talent will kick off its fifth season on June 1 at 8/7c followed by the show's move to Wednesdays on June 2 at 9/8c. The talent competition welcomes new judge...