Adam Scott and Amy Poehler
It's the moment five seasons in the making (and also one Pawnee year of planning and two hours of prep): Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) is getting married to Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott)!
And although we're as excited as when The Office's Jim and Pam said "I do" — twice — we're a little worried about how the Parks and Recreation power couple will get their wedding together in a mere two hours after deciding to get hitched at the black tie gala to raise money for their park project. Will everything come together in time? TVGuide.com caught up with executive producer Mike Schur to find out about Thursday's eventful back-to-back episodes (airing 8:30/7:30c and 9/8c on NBC). Plus: Will Leslie finally get to build her park?
Body of Proof creator and executive producer Matthew Gross has made it no secret that his ABC drama has undergone quite a makeover during its 10-month hiatus. But should existing fans be worried that they'll be watching a completely new series when Season 3 premieres (Tuesday at 10/9c, ABC)?
Yes and no.
KaDee Strickland won't be away from your TV for long: The Private Practice alum has joined the cast of NBC's Bloodline.
The drama project is described as a pulpy and highly stylized thrill ride that...
Annabeth Gish has been cast as Ben's sister on Parks and Recreation, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As first reported by Entertainment Weekly, Gish will portray...
Jamie Lee Curtis, Christine Lahti, Jennifer Jason Leigh
Some say Hollywood only has one idea at a time. This TV season, it seems that idea was introducing character's parents! From dastardly matriarchs (Revenge, Hawaii Five-0) to downright quirky parental units (New Girl), many of our favorite characters got some family time this fall. But that wasn't always a good thing.
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As the holidays approach and you prepare to spend a lengthy amount of time with your own family — or in-laws! — we here at TVGuide.com are taking a look at the TV parents who might make you thankful you're not spending your holiday with them. Then again, there are others that may make you jealous your parents aren't nearly as cool. Who were the best and worst parents of the fall TV season? We grade their parental skills below...
The Emmys red carpet isn't just about fashion: TV's hottest stars arrive with lots of scoop to unload. Stars including Emmy winner Damian Lewis, Once Upon a Time's Ginnifer Goodwin and The Big Bang Theory ladies Melissa Rauch and Mayim Bialik unburdened themselves to TVGuide.com about such subjects as Homeland's new troubles, a Halloween extravaganza and a long-awaited reunion. Get the scoop below!
Adam Scott, Glenne Headly
Ben's parents are coming to town — and boy, will that be eventful!
Glenne Headly has landed the role of Ben's mother on Parks and Recreation, TVGuide.com has landed exclusively.
House of Lies' Ben Schwartz returning to Parks and Recreation
Julia is described as...
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from Sunday's Breaking Bad finale. Read at your own risk.]
Breaking Bad fans will have to wait almost an entire year for the show's final eight episodes to unspool, but Sunday's finale gave viewers plenty to think about in the meantime...
With buckets of gore and flustery bluster, HBO's big-ticket summer items True Blood and The Newsroom signed off Sunday with noisy season finales. But as usual, the night was owned by upstart AMC's brilliant Breaking Bad in the season's penultimate episode — its finale airs next Sunday as a Labor Day distraction — with a quietly devastating death scene for one of its most memorable characters.
Some thoughts in ascending order (also the order in which I watched):
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston
In the fifth season of Breaking Bad, Walter White truly is The One Who Knocks.
The AMC drama's Season 4 finale saw Walt (Bryan Cranston) — the one-time cancer-stricken high school chemistry teacher who began cooking meth to provide for his family after his death — pull out all the stops to protect his loved ones and his partner Jesse (Aaron Paul) from the terrifying drug kingpin Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito).