Khandi Alexander, Nazanin Boniadi
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday night's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
Scandal plans to end its third season with a bang — literally.
After OPA dismantled B613 just as Maya Pope's (Khandi Alexander) assassination plot came together, POTUS & Co. are forced to work with the enemy during Thursday's episode, calling in former B613 command Rowan (Joe Morton) for help. Of course, Jake (Scott Foley) is pissed and tells Olivia (Kerry Washington) that she's making a big mistake. For once, he was...
Bravo is segueing into the scripted world with two new series, while also bringing back familiar faces, including Caroline Manzo and Tom Colicchio for spin-offs of their successful shows, the network announced Tuesday at its upfront presentation.
Slated to premiere in 2015, Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce stars Lisa Edelstein as a self-help book author who hides the fact that she's separated from her husband as she starts to navigate her life as a single woman in Los Angeles. Janeane Garofalo and Beau Garrett play her best friends and Paul Adelstein plays her soon-to-be ex-husband.
[WARNING: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
The president of the United States is having an affair with his campaign manager, who is hiding the truth by dating the head of a secret Black Ops division of the government, who is in turn chummy with POTUS. Scandal has one messed-up love triangle.
Scandal Postmortem: What's next for Mellie and her old flame?
It gets more complicated because Olivia (Kerry Washington) might actually have...
There's a new House star coming to Bravo, and no, we're not talking about a new Real Housewife.
Bravo has picked up 13 episodes of Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, starring House alum Lisa Edelstein, Deadline.com reports. This marks the cable network's first-ever scripted series.
From Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer Marti Noxon and based on...
Clotilde Hesme and Pierre Perrier
You were maybe expecting monsters on Halloween? Less than a week after NBC so disastrously attempted to "re-imagine" Dracula, cable's Sundance Channel scores again — in a year that has already given us the exceptional Top of the Lake and Rectify — by subtly yet audaciously flipping the zombie thriller in the eight-part French import The Returned (with English subtitles). In this quietly creepy and profoundly unsettling supernatural mystery (Thursday, 9/8c), the undead are portrayed not as Walking Dead-style flesh-eaters but as deeply and unmistakably flesh-and-blood human.
Jack Coleman is joining the cast of Scandal this upcoming season, TVGuide.com has learned.
Coleman, who has played the perennial villain in series like Heroes, Castle and The Vampire Diaries, has been tapped for a recurring role starting in...
Private Practice vet Paul Adelstein is returning to TV, but he isn't straying too far from his roots.
Adelstein has booked a recurring role on Scandal, created and...
Paul Adelstein and KaDee Strickland
Still missing the Seaside Wellness group?
Never fear! The sixth and final season of ABC's Private Practice DVD is out Tuesday and TVGuide.com has an exclusive first look at a deleted scene. In the sneak peek, Charlotte (KaDee Strickland) asks Cooper (Paul Adelstein) to pick his punishment, but...
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the series finale of Private Practice. Read at your own risk!]
When Addison (Kate Walsh) showed up at Seattle Grace in the Season 1 finale of Grey's Anatomy, we hated her. She was the salmon-scrub wearing wife of Derek, and darn it, we wanted McDreamy and Mer to get their happy ending. But by the time executive producer Shonda Rhimes sent Addison packing for the Private Practice spin-off, we truly loved her. We hoped she'd find a way to have a child. We hoped she'd find love. We'd hope she'd find happiness. In Tuesday's Private Practice series finale, Addison had finally found it all...
After six seasons, 111 episodes, a backdoor pilot and a revolving door of men, Private Practice will go off the air Tuesday at 10/9c on ABC with Addison finally getting her happy ending: She's getting married to someone she loves — and won't cheat on. (Sorry, Derek!)
Private Practice's series finale to feature Addison's wedding
Addison Forbes Montgomery (Kate Walsh) is set to wed Jake Reilly (Benjamin Bratt), and actually will make it down the aisle. There will be no last-minute change-ups, snafus or curveballs as executive producer Shonda Rhimes has liked to throw at Private fans over the years. TVGuide.com was on set for the momentous occasion, where the cast waxed poetic on saying goodbye to the Oceanside Seaside Wellness group we've come to know and love over the years. What's next for Walsh & Co.? Will they cross over to Grey's Anatomy? And what has it been like saying goodbye? Get the scoop: