"Don't mess with a winning formula," is Covert Affairs' motto.
Last summer's breakout hit returns for Season 2 on Tuesday (10/9c, USA) with a serious case of déjà vu — in a very good way, Christopher Gorham assures.
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"What everybody should know about the second season is that we've taken all of the things that really worked last season and turned them up a notch. It's the same show, but a little better," Gorham tells TVGuide.com. "We didn't feel like there was ...
Awkward work encounters between exes are becoming a trend on Covert Affairs.
Weeks after a communications blackout reunited enigmatic blind tech expert Auggie (Christopher Gorham) with his computer hacker ex, Natasha, CIA newbie Annie (Piper Perabo) will be forced to work with her former beau, rogue agent Ben, on Tuesday's two-hour season finale of the spy drama.
"The finale is Annie's version of the Auggie episode. [That] was such an overwhelming and emotional ...
Senior editors Matt Webb Mitovich and Mickey O'Connor answer your questions.
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Matt: Mmmm, this vittle made it to my desk just before deadline, and goodness, it's tasty. What you may know: This week, Sloan counsels the "Mason-Dixon line"-averse Callie on the ways of love. What you don't know: He teaches by doing. What does that mean?!
Fringe is the most addictive new show on television! Give me some scoop on when Olivia and Peter will get all romantic. — Keith
Mickey: Well, Keith, I hate to disappoint you (perv), but it's going to be a while. This show is so not about sex right now. My Fringe mole tells me ...
How is that for a headline? And it's actually kinda sorta true. Caitlin Wachs, who played first daughter to Geena Davis' Mackenzie Allen on ABC's Commander in Chief, has a flurry of fun gigs coming up, roles that find her, at separate times, expectant with Satan's offspring, and channeling a teen Great Gatsby. First up, though, is a guest spot on tonight's episode of Shark (10 pm/ET on CBS). The in-demand ingenue gave TVGuide.com a call to preview her varied ventures.
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While Stargate SG-1 fans are already gathering signatures to petition Sci Fi Channel to pull a 7th Heaven move and un-cancel the veteran series, it probably ain't going to happen, folks. However, there are some signs of life in the show and it's not just the MMO (massive multiplayer online) game that is due out in the fourth quarter of 2007 and that MGM, which owns the Stargate franchise, is sinking $40-50 million into. While executive producer Brad Wright tells TV Guide his "dream is to take SG-1 back to the feature it began as," we are now hearing that MGM may produce a series of TV-movies based on the mother-ship series.
"From MGM's perspective, we don't view SG-1 as a television series, we view it as a franchise, and one with a lot of vibrant life," says studio spokesman Jeff Pryor. "The fan base is fiercely loya