If "Slaughterhouse" is what you're going to call your season finale, after building up to a major bloody showdown all season, you'd better be able to justify it. Thankfully, we're talking FX's Justified here, and when does it ever not live up to expectations?
Even before he completely went off the rails ...
Did you ever wonder what would happen if The Shield's Capt. David Aceveda and Officer Danny Sofer were married? Well, viewers will get to see the actors behind those characters as a longtime couple — as well as some other Shield alums together again — on Lie to Me.
Cast members of The Shield set to reunite on Lie to Me
"It's just a fun alternate universe with all these people you're accustomed to seeing in a certain environment," Shield creator and Lie to Me executive producer Shawn Ryan tells TVGuide.com of the stunt episode (Monday at 9/8c on Fox). "It was different, but I think everyone was just really happy to see one another again. I think it meant more on a personal level even than a professional level. We had a very tight-knit group on that show, so to be able to reunite ... was very nice."
Ryan says he immediately began looking for ways to bring Shield actors to his new show when Season 2 began, but then got greedy...
Lie to Me will play host to reunion of cast members from The Shield in an upcoming episode, Variety reports.
The move again pairs members of The Shield ensemble — minus...
Jeers to The Unit for letting nepotism run rampant. Recurring guest star Rebecca Pidgeon, the range-free wife of cocreator David Mamet (who casts her in almost everything he does), turned up again as a British government liaison who blackmailed Dennis Haysbert's Jonas into spying on a possibly traitorous friend. Cocreator Shawn Ryan has also cast his spouse, Cathy Cahlin Ryan, on The Unit as well as his other drama, The Shield. At least Phil Hendrie came by his occasional role the old-fashioned way: The talk-radio chameleon ably plays the general manager of a military radio station. Finally, somebody advances based on merit alone! Read and react to Bruce's opinions on NBC's Clash of the Choirs, the Dexter finale and more! Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board. We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on TVGuide.com or in TV Guide magazine!
With only three episodes left in this season this week we get our setup episode for the final two Dialogue-heavy and bloodshed-light we get some more insight into Shane and the Armenians and find out that Hernan is not dead after all Shanes in the middle of this gas-station murder and is talking to the daughter of the Armenian mob boss Shanes talking to her like she doesnt know anything but clearly shes more on her game than he thinks And soon she might be in charge herself since Pop is on his deathbed Meanwhile shes paying Shane to look into some apartment robberies and he finds a nice hooker whos able to give him a little bit of intel on the people who broke into her place He gives it to her and she takes care of the problem herself She seems to have Shane wrapped around her finger now Man Shane just cant lay low for one minute and stay out of trouble can he After all this time we finally see Ronnies reaction to Shane