Grant Bowler and Stephanie Leonidas
Although Defiance doesn't return until next summer, producer-director Michael Nankin and stars Grant Bowler, Julie Benz, Jaime Murray and Stephanie Leonidas stopped by New York Comic Con Sunday to tease what's to come.
Last week's penultimate episode of Defiance was so jam-packed with action, it could have served as a season finale all on its own. So how do you feel when we say the real season finale is even more intense? Overwhelmed? Excited? Nervous for the lives of all your favorite characters?
How about all of the above?
Here to ease your nerves — and help mentally prepare you — are eight spoilers for Defiance's first season finale (Monday at 9/8c, Syfy).
Mia Kirshner, best known for playing the much-maligned Jenny Schecter on The L Word, is set to light up an upcoming episode of USA's new series from White Collar creator Jeff Eastin, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Kirshner will guest-star on the third episode of Graceland as...
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Bones is killing me! Please tell me Booth will wise up and choose Brennan in the new year. — Linda
ADAM: Well, he may have other things on his mind: Executive producer Stephen Nathan tells me that an upcoming storyline about a sniper is going to turn Booth's world upside down. "Booth is forced to confront the life that he led [as a sniper in the Army] when he sees a guy who's perverted the profession," he says. "The need Booth has to bring this guy to justice is going to hang over us for the rest of the year." But in the meantime, Booth will look to Temperance to be his rock. "Whatever his relationship with Hannah, Brennan is always the closest person in his life," Nathan says. "The sniper will affect Booth and Brennan in a very profound way."
In the Dexter finale, Quinn said he owed Dexter one. Will we see that debt paid? — Stacy
NATALIE: Yes, says executive producer Sara Colleton, who also hints that Quinn and Deb will be closer than ever next year. "Whether Dexter will ever choose to take Quinn up on that offer...
Matt Davis tells TVGuide.com that it's looking pretty likely that Alaric Saltzman, the teacher and part-time vampire slayer he plays on The Vampire Diaries, will be back for Season 2. To commemorate that good news, we decided to count the ways we love Alaric.
1. Alaric's a great foil for Damon.
Alaric first teamed up with Damon Salvatore (Ian Somerhalder) to save Damon's brother Stefan (Paul Wesley); this time the odd pairing will have to protect...
Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev and Elena and Paul Wesley
While we wait patiently for the next new episode of Vampire Diaries (Thursday, March 25, 8/7c on the CW), TVGuide.com talked to executive producers Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson about where the show is heading this spring. Spoiler alert: They reveal key details about the season finale...
Wallce Shawn by Stephen Lovekin/WireImage.com
Those who feared that The L Word's Jenny (Mia Kirshner) may have drifted out to sea for good can now stop guessing. Jenny is back and ready to start production on her movie "Les Girls." She's hooked Wallace Shawn best known as Vizzini in The Princess Bride as the financier of her "fictional" flick. Shawn, who will play William Halsey at the start of Season 5, has a four-episode story arc on the Showtime drama.Also joining the cast as a recurring guest star is Top Gun's Kelly McGillis, who will appear as a military lawyer handling a "Don't ask, don't tell" case. The L Word returns in January. Reporting by Carita Rizzo
Oh my Goddesses, what a hilarious L Word! I am loving this season so far; everyone is getting her chance to shine in both comedic and dramatic capacities more than ever. Even Tina had some funny scenes this episode, which is a welcome change, because she's really been quite the b-word lately. But bitch or not, the "firing of Helena" scene was classic. Helena is just classic. I never thought I'd like her as much as Alice, but I do! I want to see Alice and Helena in their home environment as roommates, though. I hope that some "fly on the wall" scenes in the apartment may happen soon, because I'm sure they are quite opposites when it comes to um... housekeeping. And how 'bout that Papi, eh? Papi's hot stuff. She gets around and she knows her "circles." I wonder if she'll wind up "with" everyone in this circle by season's end? I am very curious about how the situation with Max and the boss' daughter is going to pan out. You know, when I put myself in the boss' daughter's shoes, it isn...
Kiefer Sutherland, 24
Tonight at 9 pm/ET, Fox's 24 tackles the sixth hour in Jack Bauer's latest daylong frenzy. Will the world's most resilient terrorist-buster get closer to the heart of this season's criminal conspiracy? Will he once again save the day? And in doing so, will he ever break for a sandwich or "see a man about a horse"? Your guess, you ticking-clock-loving viewer, is as good as anyone's. As series star Kiefer Sutherland and executive producers Howard Gordon and Evan Katz reveal, one of the show's biggest secrets is that, at the end of the day, no one is quite sure what will happen at the end of the day.
"We're lucky if, at the beginning of the [season], we know where it starts," says Gordon, hal
Alan Cumming, The L Word
Before Alan Cumming bids adieu to Showtime's The L Word (Sundays at 10pm/ET) — he has three more episodes to air — you can bet that he will have made his mark on the envelope-pushing sapphic series. In a Q&A with TVGuide.com, the actor teased what's ahead, gave us a whiff of his bawdy little skin-care line, and shared his glee over his forthcoming Broadway venture.
TVGuide.com: The first time I remember seeing you was in 1995's Circle of Friends. Was I late to the Alan Cumming party?Alan Cumming: [Laughs] Well, I had existed before then, but... that was the first film I had done that did well in America.
TVGuide.com: Was it a turning point of any kind?Cumming: Yes, it was, in that after I came to America to do press for it, I started to get asked to work here.