Kerry Washington, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ginnifer Goodwin
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The campaign will be in full swing when the show returns, but Fitz may not make it out unscathed. He'll have to deal with both someone swearing vengeance against him and resurfacing old rumors. In unrelated news, you will see some interesting nudity in the midseason return.
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Most people have a tough time getting back in shape after the holidays, but this past year, Chicago Fire star Monica Raymund had extra incentive: her character's upcoming firefighter academy test.
"Was my body prepared? No. We started shooting those episodes after the holidays, so after two weeks of just, like, eating," Raymund tells TVGuide.com with a laugh.
Thankfully, she was able to buckle down enough to do the whole test on camera for one grueling 14-hour shoot. "It was all me. All 14 hours. All the cardio," she says. "By the end of it, some of my crew members were applauding and
NBC is staging a Parenthood-Friday Night Lights crossover as part of an upcoming digital series, the network announced on Monday.
As a way to keep viewers engaged while their shows are off the air for the Olympics, NBC.com, Hulu and YouTube will all stream original four-part digital series of Chicago Fire, Parks and Recreation, Grimm and Parenthood.
Now that Dawson (Monica Raymund) is training to become a firefighter on Chicago Fire, she's kind of the new kid in the firehouse. Which means plenty of hazing, largely at the hands of her former (and hopefully future?) colleagues. But can she handle all of it?
In this exclusive sneak peek of Chicago Fire's four new webisodes, all of which...
Monica Raymund, Jesse Spencer
Chicago Fire will be off the air for more than a month during the Winter Olympics, but the show's die-hard fans will still be able catch up with members of Firehouse 51.
NBC is producing four new webisodes that will premiere online at NBC.com during the Winter Olympics, TVGuide.com has learned.
TV's best and worst beards of sorrow
In the webisodes, which will debut on Feb. 11, Dawson's firefighter training is put to the test when a...
Mariska Hargitay, Sophia Bush
Chicago P.D. is sending one of its own into the trenches of the Big Apple.
Sophia Bush, who plays Det. Erin Lindsay on the new NBC drama, is traveling to New York this coming week to shoot a scene for Law & Order: SVU with star Mariska Hargitay, executive producer Dick Wolf told reporters Sunday at the network's Television Critics Association winter previews.
"We have a case that we need a little bit of help with...
Coming from the man behind the long-running Law & Order franchise — which has spawned four spin-offs since the mothership's 1990 debut — it should come as no surprise that the Dick Wolf-produced Chicago Fire would meet a similar fate. However, showrunner Matt Olmstead admits he didn't see it coming.
"It's funny," he tells TVGuide.com. "If we would have started out thinking that we were going to spin off Jason Beghe's character into a show, we probably wouldn't have...
Paramedic Leslie Shay (Lauren German) has never had the best timing on Chicago Fire. Last season, she jumped back into a relationship with her pregnant ex-girlfriend, Clarice, just before Clarice found out she had to move away. Then, she tried to have a baby with her best friend Severide (Taylor Kinney) just before his ex-girlfriend showed up at their doorstep pregnant and claiming that the baby was his.
However, nothing could beat the turn of events in last Tuesday's episode of the NBC sophomore drama, when Shay returned to Firehouse 51 after a serious battle with depression and suicidal thoughts only to find out that the house was being closed.
TV couples: Hot or not?
"It's like anybody who walks the edge and either elects to walk back from it or is fortunate to have a friend or a loved one kind of...
Holy smoke! Law & Order creator Dick Wolf's NBC drama Chicago Fire mixes buff bods, heroic action and — in a startling change from Wolf's previous procedurals — satisfyingly soapy storylines. This combo has helped make the sophomore series a hot date on Tuesday nights for more than 8 million viewers. "What we're doing here is the equivalent of big studio movies that have huge action sequences," says Wolf...
David Eigenberg, Monica Raymund and Yuri Sardarov
Molly's rival bar, Game Day, suffered a serious fire in the last Chicago Fire. And it looks like Molly's could be next.
In this exclusive sneak peek from Tuesday's episode (10/9c, NBC), the person responsible for the blaze comes into Molly's and not only candidly discusses their sudden "bad luck" with Dawson (Monica Raymund), but also says Molly's could suffer...