Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic
Get your buckets of blood ready, Castle fans!
On Monday's new episode, Castle (Nathan FIllion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) investigate the murder of a high school mean girl at a private school. However, during the course of the investigation, a giddy Castle begins to believe the murderer has telekinetic powers. In other words, Castle believes he and Beckett are dealing with a real-life Carrie situation!
Castle boss talks Beckett's "Cold Feet" and the new wedding date
Dampening Castle's spirits, however, is the fact that the murder took place at one of the private schools Castle was kicked out of as a kid. And it gets worse from there...
How will OPA handle Captain Jack?!
John Barrowman will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Scandal, executive producer Shonda Rhimes tweeted Tuesday night. Details...
Lost's Bernard (the lesser-seen half of the Rose and Bernard coupling) will appear in next week's two-hour Dallas season finale in a key role that should resolve the mystery of what happened to the original Pam Ewing.
Timothy Olyphant, Walton Goggins
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 4 finale of FX's Justitfied. Read at your own risk.]
Justified's season finales have generally lived up to their names. Just as "Bulletville," "Bloody Harlan" and "Slaughterhouse" were as violent and intense as you'd expect, the Season 4 finale, "Ghosts" was at times often hauntingly quiet. But that's not to say that no bullets flew.
Having pretty much wrapped up the season-long search for the mysterious Drew Thompson (Jim Beaver) in this season's penultimate episode, trigger-happy Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) was eager to settle into his 30-day suspension by spending some quality time with his pregnant ex-wife Winona (Natalie Zea). Unfortunately, Winona was being held captive by the thugs of Nicky Augustine (Mike O'Malley), the Detroit mobster who had hoped to catch (and kill) Drew Thompson first.
Justified Finale: Will Boyd and Ava get their happy ending?
Though Raylan quickly dispatched the thugs with a few slugs to the chest, the only way to ensure Winona and the unborn baby's safety was to settle his beef with Nicky once and for all....
There is life beyond the great white light for at least one Lost actor: Sam Anderson has been tapped for a guest-starring role on NCIS, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Fall Preview: Get scoop on your favorite returning shows
The veteran character actor will appear in Season 8's second episode as Walter Carmichael, a middle school teacher whose classroom becomes a crime scene when one of his students is kidnapped. The episode also features William Devane (Knots Landing) as the grandfather of the abducted girl.
Anderson, 65, is perhaps best known...
Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof
Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse are known for cryptic answers. So it was a real treat for fans at the Paley Festival's Lost panel this weekend when they said a few things that sounded — weirdly enough — pretty straightforward. We've culled the 13 best clues from the discussion, in which Lindelof, Cuse and a few of the show's stars talked about who's returning, what old mystery might soon be solved, and the sideways version of reality in which Flight 815 landed just fine in Los Angeles. Needless to say, spoiler alert.
Lost: How will Michael and Libby return?
This week, in the latest entry in TVGuide.com's Getting Lost video series:
* Is Ben not so bad after all? Hear what Michael Emerson has to say about perception-altering moments like those in "Dead Is Dead."
* Speaking of dead, Naomi resurfaces in next week's episode, "Some Like it Hoth." What is Las Vegas alum Marsha Thomason able to reveal about her "encore"?
* Last week's Burning Question — "What happened to Rose and Bernard?" — resulted in quite a consensus of opinion. Find out what the dominant theory is, then see if Lost bosses Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse were willing to confirm or deny!
Watch Getting Lost
, after the jump.
Question: Matt, help me out here. I could swear that we saw a little bit of Bernard on Lost last season on the airplane, and he was black. Now he's white. I don't really care either way, but isn't this a continuity issue? Or maybe this is actually part of the plot. What's up?!
Answer: I thought the same thing and turned to an editor here who's one of the resident Lost experts (I watch too much to be obsessive about any one show, and I purposely don't go to the Lost fan sites). She replayed the pilot and tells me he wasn't seen, though I could swear I'd seen him, too. Regardless, Sam Anderson (who's now playing Bernard) is a terrific character actor, so I'm at peace with it. And if I and my editor/friend are wrong, I'm sure someone will let us know instantly.
[Editor's Note: If you missed Monday's column, you'll find it here.]