Rebel Wilson and Conan O'Brien
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14. Deadliest Temper Tantrum: On The Originals, Klaus tries to rectify the fact that he turned over his daggered brother to his current foe. After a drawn-out plan that costs quite a few lives, Klaus leads Marcel to believe he saved him and, in turn, would return his brother. But in the final scene, Marcel's bratty little mini-witch throws a hissy fit and refuses to give back Elijah before learning how to kill an Original. Klaus better steer clear of Rebekah when she finds out their brother is still gone.
13. Most Mysterious Transformation: On Tuesday's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., viewers get yet another hint as to who or what Agent Coulson is after his death in The Avengers. Coulson and the team help save his former protégé, who is surprised by how different he is from when she knew him. "But what did they do to him?" she questions Melinda May. Seriously, we're asking...
Ben Feldman and Michelle Mulitz
Mad Men star Ben Feldman married his girlfriend Michelle Mulitz on Saturday, People reports.
The Mindy Project
Even the most die-hard Mindy Kaling fans had to acknowledge that The Mindy Project's first season had some flaws. And unfortunately, right when the show seemed to be finding its groove, the season was over. Now, The Mindy Project is back for Season 2 and poised to be the great comedy we always wanted it to be.
The first season of the The Mindy Project suffered from a severe lack of focus. Torn between being a workplace comedy and a meta rom-com, The Mindy Project was a little all over the place. Certain episodes featured so many disjointed story lines that it felt stitched together like a comedy Frankenstein. But even amid the confusion, the show always had enough great jokes — delivered by some of Hollywood's hottest actors — to keep me watching.
For a doctor, Dr. Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling) sure has a lot of time for love.
Ben Feldman, best known for playing Michael Ginsberg on Mad Men, has been tapped to play...
It's a bird. It's a plane. Duck and cover! What goes up must come down in a small town trapped — wait for it — Under the Dome, the title of an ingeniously warped conceit from the fertile mind of Stephen King, who believes that ...
It's so hard finding good shows about help these days.
PBS' hit Brit import Downton Abbey, which humanizes the servants and nobility with equal sensitivity and wit, is an exception. In the second cable series within a month depicting the class divide between the unhappy rich and the equally conflicted domestics who tidy their fabulous homes if not their messy lives, both extremes of the economic scale are patronized with cartoonish levels of camp and melodrama.
If you liked Marc Cherry's Desperate Housewives, then you're pretty much already seen Lifetime's Devious Maids — what's next, Dangerous Masseuses? The characters and situations may be different, but creator/executive producer Cherry's signature tone of arch cattiness leavened with sentimental schmaltz is unmistakable...
Josh Charles, Lana Parrilla and Josh Radnor
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I cannot wait for The Good Wife season finale, especially after that hot promo! What can you tell us? — Rachael
ADAM: Will plays a huge part in the episode, and not just because the Bad Boy of Chicago is locking lips with the Good Wife. When Will, Alicia and Diane try a case of possible election fraud on the eve of the governor's race, Will ultimately ends up with the power to determine the winner. Will he choose the powerful husband of one of his firm's partners? Or will he screw over the guy that kinda stole his girl (twice!)? That's for us to know and you to find out on Sunday.
Got any more scoop on the Once Upon a Time finale? —Michelle
NATALIE: Stay tuned, my friend. It's...
Brooke Elliott and Ben Feldman
Fred is back on Drop Dead Diva — and this time, the real Jane is with him!
Ben Feldman, who recurred on Mad Men earlier this season, will reprise his role as guardian angel Fred is the Season 4 finale of the Lifetime hit, and TVGuide.com has the exclusive first look at his return.
Jane Bingum — the real one — will return in the season finale of Drop Dead Diva!
The real Jane (Brooke Elliott) was last seen in the series premiere, in which she took a bullet for Parker (Josh Stamberg). At the same time, Deb (then portrayed by Brooke D'Orsay) died in a car accident. When Deb got to heaven, she pressed the "return" button on Fred's (Ben Feldman) keyboard and came back to Earth in the only body available: Jane's. Now, in the Season 4 finale, we'll find out where real Jane has been all this time.
Mad Men's Ben Feldman returns to Drop Dead Diva
"Since day one of Drop Dead Diva, viewers have been asking me what happened...
Ben Feldman, who recently received an Emmy nomination for his role as Michael Ginsberg on Mad Men, is going back to his old stomping grounds.
Feldman will return to Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva as guardian angel Fred in the show's Season 4 finale next month, Entertainment Weekly reports.
In other Drop Dead Diva news, Josh Stamberg, who plays Parker on the show, has booked a guest role on the upcoming eighth season of Criminal Minds, TV Line reports. Stamberg will play the father of a family that has been abducted in the third episode of the season, which kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at 9/8c.