Amy Poehler, Kelli Giddish, Ellen Pompeo
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What's coming up on Parks and Recreation? — Kevin
NATALIE: Besides an elegant wedding? What the French call "le threeway sex." Yes, Tom's head just may explode if he gets his way and has a menage-a-Pawnee. What's more: One-third of that saucy triangle could be Ann. We'll wait while your head explodes.
Got any good SVU scoop? — Brad
ADAM: Thanks to Detective Rollins' black sheep sister (guest star Lindsay Pulsipher), the SVU squad will...
AMC has ordered Low Winter Sun to series, the network announced Friday.
From Chris Mundy (Criminal Minds, Cold Case), the series is a...
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's midseason finale of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk!]
For comic book fans who had complained that David Morrissey wasn't quite the Governor they were expecting, Sunday's midseason finale of The Walking Dead finally really introduced the sadistic, eye patch-wearing bastard we know and hate.
Sarah Wayne Callies, Andrew Lincoln
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's premiere of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk!]
If Rick's "defacing" of a zombie didn't turn your stomach, then...
Apocalypse now? TV Guide Magazine confirms that Netflix has approached CBS about reviving cult fave Jericho — and the network, through its CBS TV Studios production arm, is considering it.
Cheers to Lennie James for becoming TV's go-to guy for cult shows.
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The always-compelling British actor made his first big noise with U.S. audiences...
Alex O'Loughlin, Sandra Oh, Michael Weatherly
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What's the deal with McGarrett's sister on Hawaii Five-0? — Jen
ADAM: Mary's presence will be explained in an upcoming episode in which she's kidnapped. McGarrett and Danno's investigation will reveal that her disappearance is connected to the murder of McGarrett's mother years before. The lead suspect: a businessman with significant ties to the Japanese mob who's also a close friend — and major campaign contributor — to the governor.
Derek's taking Cristina fishing on Grey's Anatomy? How will Owen feel about that? — Diane
MICKEY: Owen thinks it's...
Andrew Lincoln, The Walking Dead
If you've seen any zombie film, the flesh-craving creatures of AMC's The Walking Dead aren't exactly novel.
That's not to say that makeup and special effects wizard Gregory Nicotero hasn't seriously outdone himself. Or that being caught on a city block surrounded by hundreds of soulless, hungry ghouls isn't terrifying. It's just that this story is about more than delivering a few scares.
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"The most compelling part of the series is how emotionally involved you become in these characters' lives," executive producer Gale Anne Hurd (Terminator, Aliens) tells TVGuide.com. "Even though I've read all the scripts and was there when it was shot, I still find myself becoming surprisingly emotional in almost every episode over something the characters are having to endure. To me, that is unexpected and remarkable."
That idea was paramount for Hurd's collaborator, writer-producer-director Frank Darabont, who tried for years to get an adaptation Robert Kirman's beloved series of comic books off the ground...
The Walking Dead
With its putrid zombie hoard, The Walking Dead is the ultimate Halloween gift for fans of gore: There are splattered heads, swarming flies and enough tattered, rotting flesh to make most watch through splayed fingers. But peel back just a thin layer of the decaying skin and you'll find the heart of AMC's newest drama is entirely human — racing 90 beats a minute, pumping furiously to stay alive. "There's us and the dead. We survive this by pulling together, not apart," says deputy sheriff Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln).
"It's a story that anyone can relate to," explains Robert Kirkman, author of the acclaimed comic-book series on which the show is based. "The zombies are representative of disaster, but the focus is on the people — everything they go through."
Rick Grimes is an Everyman with everything: a wife, a son...
Lennie James, who last engaged TV viewers with his cryptic run as Jericho's Hawkins, is returning to CBS with a role in a pilot.
In an as-yet-untitled legal drama being developed by The Unit co-executive producer Frank Military, James will play a former assistant district attorney who, after being disbarred ...