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Scandal scoop, please! I can't believe Olivia is gone again! — Beth
You and me both! Even though Liv obviously didn't leave by choice this time, don't be surprised by the profundity of Fitz's desperation as he debates whether to go to war with West Angola to save her. "It will potentially destroy Fitz again," Tony Goldwyn tells us. "How much more can a man take? This will really test him. The stakes are unbelievably high and I can say that it will be scary."
Any Hawaii Five-0 intel? — Chris
Did you think that the show forgot that Danny killed his brother's murderer? Nope. "There's going to be a price to pay for what [Danny] did," executive producer Peter Lenkov says...
People has named its Sexiest Man Alive for 2014 — and he's a god.
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Thursday's season premiere of White Collar. Read at your own risk.]
White Collar's final season may be short, but it's clear that the writers are making every episode count. Thursday's season premiere was...
"People like us, we live on borrowed time," a fellow con artist prophetically tells TV's most debonair FBI consultant, the dapper Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer). "Spend your time well, Neal. Before you know it, it will be gone."
True words, because USA's diverting crime dramedy White Collar (Thursday, 9/8c) has returned from a long hiatus — the last episode aired in late January — but only for a short and hopefully sweet sixth and final season of a mere six episodes. Let's welcome it as a bonus miniseries: White Collar: Neal Vs. The Pink Panthers, as Neal sets his stylish fedora on infiltrating a notorious international gang of thieves, named after the classic film franchise. (And if ever there was a show deserving of a catchy Henry Mancini score, it's this one.)
2014 will undoubtedly go down as a memorable year for Matt Bomer. In May, he earned some of the best reviews of his career for his haunting and heartbreaking performance as AIDS victim Felix Turner in HBO's acclaimed film The Normal Heart. A month later, he won a Critics' Choice Award, and an Emmy nomination — his first — followed soon after. However, this year is also significant for a more "bittersweet" reason, as Bomer puts it...