Clotilde Hesme and Pierre Perrier
You were maybe expecting monsters on Halloween? Less than a week after NBC so disastrously attempted to "re-imagine" Dracula, cable's Sundance Channel scores again — in a year that has already given us the exceptional Top of the Lake and Rectify — by subtly yet audaciously flipping the zombie thriller in the eight-part French import The Returned (with English subtitles). In this quietly creepy and profoundly unsettling supernatural mystery (Thursday, 9/8c), the undead are portrayed not as Walking Dead-style flesh-eaters but as deeply and unmistakably flesh-and-blood human.
Jack Coleman is joining the cast of Scandal this upcoming season, TVGuide.com has learned.
Coleman, who has played the perennial villain in series like Heroes, Castle and The Vampire Diaries, has been tapped for a recurring role starting in...
Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic
No wishy-washy "maybe" or "Give me time" from Kate Beckett. In the September 23 premiere of ABC's Castle, the detective (Stana Katic) will give Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) a definitive response to his marriage proposal.
Whatever her ...
In the Flesh
Zombies are hot. But leave it to the British to make them cool. And smart. And a shade more human than many of those they left behind. Turns out that being dead, or undead, is the ultimate wake-up call. While watching BBC America's fascinating and unexpectedly moving three-part miniseries In the Flesh (Thursday through Saturday, 10/9c), I was reminded less of AMC's blockbuster thriller The Walking Dead than of Sundance Channel's recent triumph, the artful Rectify, another searing drama of an outsider adjusting ...
"Michael, what have you done?"
That's what Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) asked her longtime beau at the end of Burn Notice's Season 6 finale, when Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) made a mysterious deal with the CIA after he shot his former training officer (Tom Card) and tried to...
Fans of The Office are in panic mode over Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam's (Jenna Fischer) struggling marriage. But while Scranton's favorite couple may be under serious strain, another on-and-off Dunder Mifflin romance may be heating up...
It's hard to believe, but it's less than a month until America's favorite paper company closes its doors for the last time. Not caught up on the current season of The Office? No problem! Since there is a full week to go before the final four episodes kick off next Thursday, April 25 at 9/8c, now is the perfect time for old fans to catch up on all the latest happenings in Scranton so that they can properly enjoy the show's highly anticipated conclusion. Here is what every fan needs to squeeze in before the end (that's what she said)...
Coming this summer to Burn Notice: A Heroes reunion!
Adrian Pasdar, who played Nathan Petrelli on the NBC superhero series, is joining Burn Notice's seventh season for
Zooey Deschanel, Kevin Bacon, Hayden Panettiere
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New Girl is killing me with this relationship drama! Please tell me that Nick and Jess will wise up and get together, and that Cece will dump her fiancé for Schmidt. — Mina
NATALIE: Good news: Nick and Jess will go on a first date. Bad news: Their date doesn't go as planned. "Neither one of us wants to admit to being on a date," Zooey Deschanel tells us. "And then Russell, Dermot [Mulroney]'s character, is in the same restaurant." Awkward ex alert! Meanwhile, it seems that Schmidt is not going to try and win back Cece after all. "He will try and get a plus-one for her wedding and tries to find an ex-girlfriend of his [played by Merritt Wever]," Max Greenfield says. "And when he finds her, he realizes, 'Oh, wait a minute. This was special when we were together.'"
So Ryan's new boss on The Following is clearly one of Joe's people, right? — Jason
Stana Katic and Jack Coleman, Castle
On Castle's Season 5 premiere, Detective Kate Beckett opted against killing the man who was responsible for her mother's murder. But if given another chance, would she make the same choice again?
First Look: Castle finds his father... but loses his daughter?
That's the question hanging over Monday's episode (10/9c, ABC), which reintroduces the shadowy Senator William Bracken (guest star Jack Coleman). When Beckett (Stana Katic)and Castle (Nathan Fillion) find evidence that links their current murder victim to Bracken, Beckett seizes the opportunity to finally bring the man behind her mother's death to justice. But as complications arise, Beckett may once again be forced to think outside the law.
"This certainly extends the conversation that we started in the first episode for Beckett," creator Andrew W. Marlowe tells TVGuide.com....