OK everyone, let's just breathe.
Tuesday's Supernatural finale more than lived up to the hype, giving fans the biggest cliff-hanger in the show's history: Dean (Jensen Ackles) died and came back to life... as a demon.
Psych star Timothy Omundsen is slated to star in ABC's comedy pilotGalavant, Deadline reports.
Omundson will play King Richard, an evil ruler who stole the one true love of Prince Galavant (Joshua Sasse).
Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki
Somebody get Dean (Jensen Ackles) a box of tissues, a bottle of whiskey and some serious ammo, because the eldest Winchester is hurting bad when Supernatural returns Tuesday.
But Dean doesn't have time to sit around and mope. He's got to get his brother Sam (Jared Padalecki) back and avenge the tragic death of Kevin (Oscric Chau). Supernatural showrunner Jeremy Carver chatted with TVGuide.com about exactly how Dean plans on pull it all off. Plus: He tells us what's next for Castiel (Misha Collins) now that he has his grace back, what Gadreel's real intentions are and more.
Dule Hill, James Roday
To call Psych creator and executive producer Steve Franks an optimist would be a bit of an understatement.
When asked when he first thought of doing a musical episode of the USA cult favorite, Franks readily admits that it was during production on the pilot — before the project had even been picked up to series.
"We did a lot of driving shots where [stars James Roday and Dulé Hill are] being towed by a trailer and then the cameras are mounted on the car so when that happens, these two guys are stuck in the car," Franks tells TVGuide.com. "You can hear everything they're saying the whole time and...
Will Shawn's dad live?
That's been the burning question on the mind of every Psych-O since Henry (Corbin Bernsen) was shot in the April finale, and when the cast and crew visited Comic-Con Thursday to show new footage from Season 7, they were happy to keep the mystery alive.
Sporting a T-shirt with question marks on the front and the back, Bernsen was introduced last when a chair and name tag were pulled out from behind the stage for him. He said he didn't know if he had a job. But despite the lack of clues about Henry's status, the cast and executive producers were more than happy to offer plenty of other spoilers...
Comic-Con: All the cool kids are doing it! Psych will join the impressive list of shows heading to San Diego this July, USA announced Friday.
Let's say it together: We love Lassie!
Last night, Psych served up a certifiable gem that was two great tastes in one: A fantastically funny spoof of The Shining and a showcase for the always wonderful Timothy Omundson, whose Lassiter found himself going all sorts of Jack Nicholson after buying a seemingly haunted ...
David Boreanaz, Marcia Cross, Thomas Gibson
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Bones baby: boy or girl? — Rita
ADAM: The show won't drag out the reveal — you will know whether the nursery will be pink or blue by Episode 2. (Booth won't exactly be thrilled by how and when he learns the news, especially since he wasn't even invited to the ultrasound!) And as for that nursery, there may not be one if Booth and Brennan can't get their acts together enough to decide where they want their family to live.
When will they actually face some consequences for covering up the murder of Gabby's step-father on Desperate Housewives? — Hailey
NATALIE: How's this for consequences? Bree will...
Kristy Swanson will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Psych, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Swanson, 41, will play Marlowe Viccellio, a beautiful and mysterious woman who catches the attention of Lassiter (Timothy Omundson). Despite their love connection, Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) begin to suspect Marlowe of...
24You see, this is why I hate the mall: pushy kiosk vendors, pandemonium in the food court, military-grade nerve gas in the ventilation system… and it's not even the preholiday rush. As the hunt for those oh-so-slippery canisters continues, Jack morphs into yet another spur-of-the-moment undercover persona — Bauer, you sneak. Have you been taking improv classes in your spare time? But despite Jack's complete understanding of his own motivation and more or less saving of the day (give personal gas mask to ailing child, check), Yellow Tie still proves to be a worthy midlevel adversary, giving our CTU boys the slip (again) and ordering Henchman No. 2 to do the honorable thing and snuff himself out. Echoes of Walt, perhaps? And how about some big shout-out love to this week's B