As Ugly Betty wrapped up its fourth and final season, TVGuide.com talked to series creator and executive producer Silvio Horta about the emotions behind shutting down a show after four years and what kind of series finale he did and did not want to make.
(Once you've watched the episode, check back Thursday morning for our exclusive chat with Horta about the series finale.)
Glee returned from a long hiatus with the most-watched and highest-rated episode in the series' history.
Glee drew 13.6 million viewers, retaining 78 percent of American Idol's audience (20.2 million viewers), according to Nielsen overnight estimates. The show also claimed...
Erica, Ryan and Jack go on a harrowing mission to find the legendary John May in order to rescue Georgie, Anna brings Chad aboard the Mother ship for a story on her Live Aboard Program, and Tyler confronts his mom about his mysterious past.
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Ryan is beamed down to the earth from his stealth V ship. He confronts John May who explains that he is a traitor and that he enjoys getting a high more from human emotions than he does from the "bliss." Ryan, not a good V yet, tells him he's been wearing the human skin too long and that's why he's confused. John May, after tactically trapping Ryan in a bear trap (don't ask), spares Ryan's life and says that one day he'll understand.
It's called The Middle. It could be called The Forgotten.
"Do I feel like it's forgotten? Yeah, I kind of feel that way," star Neil Flynn tells TVGuide.com. "But that's OK. I feel like it's such a difficult task to get on the air and ...
Eight is enough for Dancing with the Stars, so one more couple will get eliminated. Did Monday's two-score format shake things up? Let's find out!
On Tuesday's episode of Lost, Hurley has a job to do — what exactly is unclear. It's hard not to trust that he's in the right though, because as the episode title says, everybody loves Hugo. Let us watch, then, as Hurley, with the help of a dead Michael and a sideways Libby, sets his course, answers one of the island's biggest mysteries, confronts UnLocke and generally gets his groove back.
Harold Perrineau and Cynthia Watros, Lost
Unlike most of the other dead characters who have stopped by for Lost's final season, Harold Perrineau's Michael makes a return to the island, in part to unlock a mystery.
Getting Lost: Has Desmond been claimed?
"I think they brought everybody back so they can answer all these questions," Perrineau tells TVGuide.com of his appearance Tuesday night (9/8c, ABC). "I got to go back and answer one of the bigger questions — not necessarily about Michael, but one of the bigger questions about the island."
Michael, who Perrineau assures us is most definitely dead, is also on a mission to help Hurley (Jorge Garcia), the island's resident ghost whisperer...