On this week's V, Erica and Father Jack are torn over who they can...and cannot trust.
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Well, we're off and running. And for Erica and Father Jack, they're literally off and running. When the Vs send a ground crew to clean up the mess (i.e., dead bodies in the warehouse), Erica makes an "anonymous" call from a nearby payphone to the police. Only problem is...the call was being traced by the V's. The next thing Erica and Father Jack know, a blue orb is hot on their tail. Now, I'm sure a flying blue orb is terrifying on whatever planet the Vs come from, but they were clearly unaware that Erica was the star hitter on her college softball team here on earth. One solid swing later, Erica obliterates the orb with a homerun hit. The incident is just another reminder that neither she nor Father Jack can trust anyone.
One more couple hit the road on Dancing with the Stars as four pairs secured spots in the semifinals. Plus, DanceCenter returned, and Susan Boyle and Michael Buble performed. Which pair got the boot? Find out below!
ABC's V has finally arrived and, boy, did the Visitors make one heck of a first impression. While most of the world puts their faith in these new alien friends, Erica Evans (Elizabeth Mitchell) and others come to find out that they're not all they're "cracked up to be." Pulling the strings to keep their dirty little secret is Anna (Morena Baccarin), the Vs fearless and seemingly ruthless leader.
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TVGuide.com sat down with Baccarin to get the info on all things V, including the cliff-hanger in Episode 4, the last episode until 2010. She also teases the relationship between Anna and Chad (Scott Wolf), the natural occurrence of deaths on the new ABC series, and why Erica should be keeping an eye on Tyler (Logan Huffman)...
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ABC has picked up five more episodes of The Forgotten, but the network did not order additional episodes of Eastwick, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Eastwick will finish production on the original 13-episode order, and ABC will...
Former Dancing with the Stars' contestant Kathy Ireland plans to have knee surgery after performing one last time in the reality competition's season finale, her rep confirmed to TVGuide.com.
Ireland first reported the surgery via her Twitter page. "The truth is...
No more group numbers or team dances! Dancing with the Stars' remaining five couples face double the pressure this week, as they each perform two main dances. Who nailed both? Find out below!
As Mary Alice tells us on this week's episode of Desperate Housewives, some lessons in life come not from a book but from the mistakes people make along the way in their lives. Gaby's mistake is her own lack of aptitude for school. Lynette shows she's learned from her past mistake when she kept Julie's secret at the beginning of the season. Bree's mistake is her insistence on doing everything on her own and judging people (Angie) too quickly. Susan's mistake is her self-involved ways in high school. And as for Angie's mistakes, well it's too early in the season for that information.
In Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy, Arizona's moral compass is tested when she's faced with an ethical dilemma regarding a patient whose parents offer truck loads of money to the hospital. Meanwhile, relationships are also tested at Seattle Grace as two doctors you wouldn't expect share a kiss while a different Mercy Wester sets her sites on Alex Karev.
Kicking off the episode, Derek, Arizona and Callie get pages in the middle of the night to head to the hospital. It's a busy night at Seattle Grace as the three take on a slew of cases. Let's take a look...
The latest FlashForward episode "The Gift" starts out innocently enough as we see a woman picking up her two young boys from school. However, as the woman approaches her car, she finds a flyer on her windshield advertising projectghosts.com with a note on the back saying "You are one of us."
Before any of this can be explained, we cut back to Mark, Demetri and Al headed back to the morgue to follow up on the three blue-handed dead bodies they found at the end of the last episode. The three people seem to have absolutely nothing in common, except for the fact that the all three killed themselves and had no flash forwards. Also, one of three dead people is Ian Rutherford, who Al remembers investigating in his own flash forward.