If it seems like Jai has gotten short shrift on Covert Affairs this season, Sendhil Ramamurthy assures that's going to change quickly.
"He's so enigmatic and has kind of been lost in the shuffle so far," the actor tells TVGuide.com. "They've been gradually building up his unhappiness. He's in some dark places this year, but ...
Jeers to Nurse Jackie for its ill-conceived third season.
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We still love Emmy winner (and Tony nominee!) Edie Falco, but frankly we're starting to get a little sick of her Showtime dramedy. Maybe it's because the show never goes away long enough for us to miss it — we became accustomed to the long waits between seasons of The Sopranos, but every time we turn around, Jackie checks back in for another round...
Matt Dallas, Kyle XY
When Kyle touched Jessi, sparks flew — literally. The moment the Kyle XY (Mondays, 8 pm/ET, ABC Family) costars embraced for a scene in an upcoming episode, real-life thunderbolts crashed and lightning flashed so fiercely that crew members on the Vancouver rooftop fled "like little girls," according to star Matt Dallas. "It would have been amazing if we had been able to shoot that."
If that kind of explosive moment between Dallas and Jaimie Alexander can be duplicated on screen, the teen superhero show might surge beyond its current cult-hit status.
Like Smallville in its early years, Kyle XY blends high-school tribulations — cliques, proms and infidelity — with sci-fi intrigue full of power-hungry villains, life-threa
Welcome back to the rest of Season 2 of Kyle XY. ABC Family's decision to show the first half of the season last summer/fall was a nice treat, because now we will actually have 10 weeks of fresh episodes instead of being subjected to reruns due to the writers' strike.Overall I was expecting more. I was let down by this episode. Kyle was going to jump off the edge after Jessi, but Foss, stops him. Is Jessi really dead? Kyle is starting to realize that Foss has been taking care of Baylin but the rest of the organization still exists, and has been helping Foss take care of Baylin.Kyle has been told to tell the Trager the truth. Kyle spills the truth. Josh has the expected reaction. "Whoa, that is so much cooler than anything he could think of."Nicole is not upset, she welcomes him home. Steven, Nicole, and Kyle are plotting how to bring down Madacorp. Kyle has balls, he walks right up to Ballantine and states, " hear you were looking for me?" Kyle wants to make a deal with Ballantine ...
Jaimie Alexander and Matt Dallas in Kyle XY by Bob D'Amico/ABC Family
Kyle XY has many superpowers, and here's another one to add to the list: strike resistance. The ABC Family sci-fi series returns Jan. 14 for the second half of Season 2. All 10 episodes were written and filmed before the Writers Guild went on strike. The show will continue to air on Mondays at 8 pm/ET.When the show returns, superboy Kyle (Matt Dallas) will finally tell his adopted family, the Tragers, the truth about his test-tube origins, and they will set out to take down Madacorp, the shadowy company attempting to control Kyle and Jessi (Jaimie Alexander). In September's cliff-hanger, Jessi literally jumped off a cliff when she realized she couldn't be trusted not to betray Kyle. Her fate will be revealed in the first episode to return.
OK, again, digging yall who checked in last week. The fun we had, huh? And what better way to recover from the lost joys of The Land of the Lost than with some love for the City of Brotherly Love. As bhm1304 guessed last week, the best FX sitcom youre not watching is
Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia.Granted, while its not really always sunny here, as a right proud Philly boy who just spent Labor Day wandering Center City, reading in Rittenhouse Square and chowing down on The Continentals insane crab Pad Thai, I have to say that this town does indeed rock.Much like this dirty little gem. Centered on foul-mouthed pub owners Mac, Charlie and Dennis, his barmaid sister Sweet Dee and a still unnamed coffee-shop waitress who could teach Friends Gunther a thing or two about stealing scenes, Sunny is best compared to Seinfeld
if Jerrys posse had less morals and raging drinking problems. Once Danny DeVito joins in for season 2 as Dee and Dennis...
When we last left, Kyle had just found Jessi at the place where he threw Adam's ashes into the river; we pick up tonight with Kyle and Jessi walking through the woods. Jessi wants to know why Kyle is helping her. The answer is simple: He trusts her.Emily gives Foss his cell phone and a key to his handcuffs, hoping that he would lead them all to Kyle and Jessi. The key allows Foss to escape, and Kyle asks him to watch over the Tragers.Kyle and Jessi are on the run and visiting places that Adam and the women in the photograph had been. The mystery of Kyle and Jessis origins is only growing deeper. The ring that Kyle has from Adam actually contains a map to another house. What is in that house that is so important?It seems that Jessi can read Hungarian, so she translates the message on the back of the picture. The message, as has been stated a few times, is The light will show you the way. This time, Kyle starts to examine the ring that Adam left him. He discovers an ...
Jaimie Alexander and Matt Dallas, Kyle XY
Sorry, Kyle XY fans, but after tonight's episode (8 pm/ET, ABC Family), there won't be anything new from the test-tube teen and his crew until early 2008, when the last 10 episodes of Season 2 air. TVGuide.com caught up with star Matt Dallas shortly after his return to the Vancouver set from what he calls "a little three-week hiatus," to probe him for tidbits about the summer finale and next winter's plots. TVGuide.com: How has your summer been?Matt Dallas: I was at Comic-Con. It was great. You get to talk to the fans and you don't get any jerks, because people who waited in line for two hours love your show. They're the true fans.TVGuide.com: Did you get to meet other sci-fi stars?Dallas: Doing the TV Guide panel was awesome because I got to meet some great people, especially
I have no clue where to start. I am still trying to process this episode in my head, so my thoughts are going to be brief, but hopefully structured.I am guessing that Jessi is already missing when the episode starts, and the Tragers have already been told. It seems that Jessi has had a complete mental breakdown and ran away. Im pretty certain that the treatments Madacorp did are at the root of Jessis loss of her grasp on reality.Nicole, being the protective mother, decides to lock down the kids and keep them in the house. As a result, Declan, Amanda, Andy and Hilary all come over to see various members of the family. Hilary and Lori are trying to figure out the perfect way of getting even with Jessi, while Andy and Josh are just hanging out, playing games and growing closer. Declan comes over to talk to Kyle, and Kyle seems like he's in a dream state.Kyle is starting to realize that all the problems he is seeing with the people he loves are a result of Jessi. The majorit...
Tonights episode is about causes. Helping cancer research, and being environmentally friendly, but they really dont weave either of these into the storyline. They both come across to me as just props. We were sort of throw head first into this fund-raising event for cancer research, but the stage really was not set. Why would the Tragers want to attend this event? They didn't seem to want to go to events like this last year. Only Josh and Nicole know about Andys cancer, so how did they convince Lori, Kyle and Declan to participate? We knew that Josh wanted to enter and win the car, but what caused Kyle and Jessi to enter?It was a bit convenient that both Kyle and Jessi ended up being drawn for a chance to win the car. I guess it was a way to set the stage so that we could focus on Kyles interaction with Jessi, in order to figure her out. The other main plotlines tonight were Joshs interaction with Andy and how they are growing closer; Loris not t...