The third season of Falling Skies could turn into either War of the Worlds or E.T. — which just happen to be two movies directed by Steven Spielberg, an executive producer of the TNT alien-invasion series. A new ally from outer space has given the human resistance the upper hand in their battle for survival against the Espheni, but not everyone is so trusting, especially given recent evidence of a traitor in their midst.
The characters of ABC's Last Resort have constantly had to ask themselves how far they will go to defend their actions and prove their innocence. But have they reached their limit?
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In Thursday's episode (8/7c, ABC), Capt. Chaplin (Andre Braugher) and executive officer Sam Kendal (Scott Speedman) may find out, as they fend off an attack unlike anything they've faced before...
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Last Resort co-creator Shawn Ryan knows he could stand to gain more viewers. Thus far, the show has averaged just 7.8 million viewers and a 1.9 in the demo. Fortunately, he thinks Thursday's episode (8/7c, ABC) is an engaging hour, both for fans who have already sampled the show and newcomers who are curious about diving in.
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"I think it's a perfect time for people who haven't seen the show to come and check it out. It's a great entry point," Ryan tells TVGuide.com...
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As Season 2 of the post-alien invasion series continues, the question is, can anyone (or anything) be trusted? The 2nd Mass is hit by vicious alien attacks and dwindling supplies as it makes its desperate trek to...
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Aliens may have invaded the Earth, but that doesn't mean life can't go on — and with it, the blossoming of young love.
This Sunday's episode of Falling Skies will explore the intense relationship between Hal (Drew Roy) and Maggie (Sarah Carter) that has developed over the last three months while they were out on high-risk scouting missions. Staring into the face of death, Hal will finally realize how much Maggie means to him, especially considering he already lost his first love Karen (Jessy Schram). Will Maggie return his feelings? Will that even matter when — dun, dun, dunnnn — Karen returns in an upcoming episode? TVGuide.com turned to Roy to get the scoop on this post-apocalyptic love triangle:
ABC is handing out both good and bad news this week.
Robert Patrick has been promoted to series regular on the new Shawn Ryan drama Last Resort, TVGuide.com has confirmed. TVLine.com first reported the news.
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Another mysterious man is coming to Once Upon a Time.
Sebastian Stan, who recently starred opposite Chris Evans in Captain America, will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the ABC fairy tale series, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Details on his role are...
Once Upon a Time there was an unhappy girl who lost her father and was forced to live with her evil-stepmother and two evil step-sisters until a missing glass slipper set her free.
This Sunday's episode of Once will introduce Cinderella (Falling Skies' Jessy Schram). In the original Cinderella story, she was orphaned and left in her step-mother's care, where she was expected to wait upon her family until her fairy godmother turned her life upside down by turning her into a beautiful princess so she could attend the ball where she'd meet her own Prince Charming. After running out at the stroke of midnight, the prince searched for her with the help of a glass slipper and the pair lived happily ever after.
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In the world of Once, however, Cinderella doesn't have the same luck. "You already know Cinderella is very kind and very sweet, but she's in the unfortunate situation of having lost someone in her life," Schram tells TVGuide.com. "The Cinderella that you'll see is...
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ABC's Once Upon a Time is about to take the fairytale characters out of the world of make believe and bring them into reality.
In the series, (premiering Sunday at 8/7c on ABC), the Evil Queen banishes Snow White, Prince Charming and their fairytale kin to the real-world town of Storybrooke, where they lead normal lives, never realizing who they were. It's not until Henry (Jared Gilmore) drags his estranged mom, tough bail bondsman Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison), into town to help her realize a shocking truth: Fairytales are real, and Emma is the daughter of Snow White.
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Once Upon a Time will follow Emma as she tries to comprehend this rather surprising turn of events. "She's...