Dancing with the Stars' four remaining couples make their last bids for a spot in next week's final as they perform two routines in the semifinal. Who stepped up their game? Find out below!
The season finale of V has arrived (Tuesday, May 18 at 10/9c) and with a title like "Red Sky," fans of the original miniseries are intrigued by what the oncoming war will bring. TVGuide.com caught up with Elizabeth Mitchell to get the scoop on the finale, including a meet-the-parents dinner where Erica Evans will sit down with Anna (Morena Baccarin) on the mothership. Mitchell also reveals which character is safe amidst all the casualties...
Anna Trebunskaya, Dancing With The Stars
It's been eight long seasons since Anna Trebunskaya last made the semifinals on Dancing with the Stars (she eventually finished second with Jerry Rice in Season 2), but now she's back with Evan Lysacek. "It feels so gratifying, but mostly I'm really happy for Evan because I see how hard he's working and how much he does besides Dancing," Trebunskaya tells TVGuide.com. "He does Stars on Ice and his whole schedule has been crazy, so I'm just happy he's in." But if the Olympic champ wants to make it to the final three, he's going to have to up his performance factor, according to the Dancing pro. See what else Trebunskaya has to say about traveling with Lysacek on Stars on Ice and why we may see more WALL-E impressions from him.
On Desperate Housewives' sixth-season finale, there were a bunch of bad guys on Wisteria Lane. Gaby found herself in serious danger when her friendship with Angie put her at odds with Patrick Logan. Both Sam and Orson presented Bree with ultimatums. Lynette went into labor, with only crazy Eddie to feed her ice chips. And Susan's bad guy? Oh, that's her husband, Mike, whose boneheaded financial decisions rendered them homeless. Plus: A new mystery was revealed and a familiar face returned.
"Did that really just happen?"
That's what you may be yelling at your TV screen on Thursday, May 20 after watching the season finale of Grey's Anatomy.
Grey's Anatomy finale: Who is the shooter?
The two-hour finale finds a gunman terrorizing the hospital, claiming the lives of several beloved characters. For once, taking that old adage of "no one is safe" lightly is not an option.
Here are the five things you should know about the season finale. (Warning: Spoilers galore):
Matthew Fox, Kiefer Sutherland
With Lost, 24 and Law & Order all leaving the air this spring, network TV has a lot of big shoes to refill. It's been an aggressive development season, and all the networks are hoping their new shows will bring them the success these three heavyweights once did. With that in mind, TVGuide.com examines the issues the networks face as they prepare to announce their fall lineups this week.
Fall TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
The Alphabet already has some bright spots in its lineup (its Wednesday comedy block, the one-two punch of Desperate Housewives and Brothers & Sisters on Sunday night), but...
Lost question No. 4,815,162,342: Which candidate will take Jacob's place as guardian of the island?
While Mark Pellegrino tells TVGuide.com that it remains to be seen if anyone will take up the role, we'll actually find out next week who becomes the big man on the island.
Lost's Mark Pellegrino: There will be more answers
Find out what else Pellegrino has to say, including his take on why Jacob can leave the island:
Brothers & Sisters
Brothers & Sisters' Walker family has overcome cancer and a miscarriage this season, and it has dealt with the loss of the family business. What else could go wrong?
Finale Preview: Get scoop on 31 must-watch season-enders
From the look of the promos for Sunday's Season 4 finale (10/9c on ABC) — a lot. The episode includes a massive car accident, and it appears that at least one Walker won't survive. So, who...
Dancing with the Stars - Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Hope you had a great week!
We're in the semis! And we weren't in the bottom two! I can't believe the season is almost over, but I am happy about this season regardless of how it ends. It's kind of been two seasons in one. In the beginning, Erin was trying to figure this out and looked awkward and uncomfortable, but now she's coming into her own and we're coming out with very memorable performances. We got our first 10 from Len. Honestly, I thought Carrie Ann was going to give us one too, based on what she said to us, but, you know, that's how it goes. Everyone's talking to me about Erin's jump off the stage ...