"Ain't nobody's hands clean in what's left of this world." We probably don't need a new interloper (Terriers' terrific Michael Raymond-James) to deliver this message to the shell-shocked survivors of AMC's The Walking Dead, which resumes its second season (Sunday, 10/9c) in the immediate aftermath of the massacre of the barn zombies, which ended the fall run on a shattering note.
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Question: I have a question about the new season, or rather last season, of Rescue Me. Do you think that the "comedy" writing that they incorporate into the show seems to take away from critical acclaim that shows like The Shield and Justified get? The dramatic parts this year have really felt like they weren't even acting, specifically when Sheila finds Tommy snooping for the letter, and the job Maura Tierney did was spectacular. Granted, it seems more like therapy then acting. What do you think the show's legacy will be? — Glenn
How did Entourage creator Doug Ellin set out to write the final season? What are some of the stars' favorite episodes? Will we ever learn Mrs. Ari's real name? TVGuide.com chatted with Ellin and the stars of the HBO series about the eighth and final season.
America's Next Great Restaurant? Not so great just yet.
Soul Daddy, the winning restaurant from the NBC reality show, has shuttered two of its three locations in New York and Los Angeles, Eater reports.
From creator Jamawn Woods, Soul Daddy opened three restaurants in New York, Los Angeles and Minneapolis on May 2 with investors (and series judges) Bobby Flay, Curtis Stone, Lorena Garcia and Chipotle founder Steve Ells. Woods' healthy soul food cuisine beat out...
Let's face it, some reality-show judges are sweet, others are sour.
And Bobby Flay? That dude is savory.
Last night, the Food Network Star host and main judge brought another serving of ...