Between Kalinda's steamy kisses with Detective Anthony Burton and her very close friendship with FBI Agent Lana Delaney, Good Wife fans have waited more than a year to find out the truth about Kalinda's sexuality. Tuesday's episode made that answer very much worth the wait.
Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) never uttered the words "gay" or "straight" once during the episode, and she didn't have to. At last, the show opened a window into...
House (Monday, 8/7c, Fox)
While Thirteen's away, House's team must play nice with Cuddy, agreeing to add a female doctor to fill the void. Enter Joan of Arcadia's Amber Tamblyn as Martha Masters, a third-year med student who can hold her own against these strong personalities. Even the mercurial boss man. She gets a chance to prove herself in the case of a senator's campaign manager who collapses, mid-campaign, with liver failure and temporary paralysis.
Conan (Premieres Monday, 11/10c, TBS)
Like a red-maned phoenix rising from the ashes of last winter's peacock debacle, Conan O'Brien is finally back plying his wacky mad comedy skills in late night — with Andy Richter in tow and The Basic Cable Band (led by...
It took a baseball bat and a whole lot of sexual tension, but viewers finally got to see Kalinda Sharma (Archie Panjabi) come undone on last week's episode of The Good Wife.
After weeks of playing cat and mouse with the firm's new investigator, Blake (Scott Porter), Kalinda sent a clear message by smashing in his car windows and sealing the wreck with a kiss. What followed between the two was one of the season's hottest confrontations yet.
"We were not given any direction for that...
Elizabeth Reaser and Lili Taylor are joining The Good Wife in recurring roles, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Executive producers Robert and Michelle King reveal that Reaser, 35, will play Tammy, a sports writer who will serve as a new love interest for Will (Josh Charles). Taylor, 43, will play Donna Seabrook, a possible romantic foil for Kalinda (Archie Panjabi)...
Dr. Ann Bellowes is thrown for a major loop — yep, another one — when State of Mind (Sunday, 10 pm/ET, Lifetime), the quirky drama starring perennial scene-stealer Lili Taylor as a therapist with personal problems that rival those of her patients, closes out its first season tonight. Taylor opened up to us about the character and her own life.
TV Guide: Have you ever been in therapy? Lili Taylor: Oh, yeah! I've been doing it so many years. You can look at it as an expensive conversation, but if it makes you feel better, it's worth it.
TV Guide: Did playing a therapist give you a better understanding of your own relationship with author Nick Flynn?Taylor: It made me have a healthy respect for relationships and to not take them for granted. It made me ask, "Do I have