It seems like all the pieces are falling into place for Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) on Fox's The Following. The FBI's technology has been compromised, Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) is nearing his breaking point, and Joe's ex-wife Claire Matthews (Natalie Zea) is en route to the mansion where Joe and his followers are hiding out. Heck, Joe's even starting to bond with his son Joey (Kyle Catlett) — over s'mores, no less!
But hold on a minute. According to Purefoy, this part of the story might be only the beginning of Joe's endgame — and his "super objective" remains to be seen.
Hey honey, he's home!
Now that The Following's chief lunatic, Joe Carroll (James Purefoy), is out of prison and surrounded by a safety net of loyal followers, it's becoming clear that he has one primary goal: to reunite with his wife, Claire (Natalie Zea). Claire is currently under police protection, but that's a mere hiccup for Carroll's minions.
USA has canceled legal dramedy Fairly Legal after two seasons, Deadline reports.
The cancellation comes a day after USA also killed buddy cop comedy Common Law. Fairly Legal, which premiered in January 2011, starred Sarah Shahi (Life) as a successful mediator who must work for...
Common Law will not be reporting back for duty.
USA has canceled the buddy cop comedy after one season, TVLine reports.
USA announces winter premiere dates for White Collar, Suits and Necessary Roughness
Starring Warren Kole (24) and....
A cop, a con man and a fake lawyer walk into a bar...and, no joke, every head turns. Still, it's nothing new to see the trio in question — Michael Ealy, Matt Bomer and Patrick J. Adams — with other, equally good-looking buddies. On the cops-in-therapy freshman series Common Law, Ealy's been sparking with costar Warren Kole as mismatched LAPD partners Travis Marks and Wes Mitchell. Bomer's White Collar schemer Neal Caffrey has spent the past three seasons bantering and buddying up to Tim DeKay's straitlaced Fed Peter Burke. And the SAG-nominated Adams is about to kick off his second season as legal-eagle poser Mike Ross opposite Gabriel Macht's slickster attorney Harvey Specter on Suits. Together, this holy trinity of cheekbones and charm exemplify the easy-to-look-at and easier-to-love attitude of USA's sunniest, funniest dramedies. Over drinks at a Manhattan hot spot the day before their high-seas cover shoot, the fellas shot the breeze with us about the network's "blue skies" aesthetic, their on-screen sidekicks and the pitch-perfect cross-over episode...