Dancing with the Stars - Maksim Chmerkovskiy
I hope you enjoyed the show this week. What did you think of the two-score format?
I thought it was a good idea. In the end, it doesn't really matter out if your score is out of 30 or 60 — you can think of it like combining two weeks of scores without an elimination. But if they're going to bring it back, the judges need to be a little bit more constructive in their criticism. They got it wrong in many couples' cases this week. Backstage, everyone was like, "Why are you marking everybody so low?" Then all of the sudden ...
After Janis' big reveal at the end of last week's episode (you know, where she, like, told Simon that she is a mole), this episode of FlashForward shows her first day at the bureau two years before the blackout. Considering she's with the late Agent Gough, Marcie and the (maybe) soon-to-be-dead Demetri, this is a very unlucky graduating class, no?
With only four episodes to go until the two-hour series finale of Lost, we want to know: In a fantasy world where you're in charge of ABC's head-trip drama, how would you write the end of the series?
Who would live? Who would die? Who would fall in love? Who would stay on the island? Who would leave? And where would they go? How would you explain the island? The post-815 alternate timeline? Try to answer these questions — and any others you might have — in your responses. Be as specific as possible.
"It's purgatory, they're all dead already" won't cut it.
We already know how insightful our readers are about Lost from the comments section of our episode recaps. This is your chance to shine.
In the end, Betty chose ... nobody. Instead, she moved to London for a great new job opportunity, where she not so coincidentally ran into Daniel, who had recently relinquished the editorship of Mode to Wilhelmina. Betty and Daniel agreed to have dinner together, but... is it a date?
Though that distinction is left intentionally ambiguous, elsewhere in the world of Ugly Betty, there was plenty of closure. Marc made his feelings known to Troy. On Marc's urging, Willy decided that true love trumped schemes and called a truce with Claire. Amanda found her birth father. Ignacio learned to let his daughters live their lives, which included Hilda, Justin and Bobby moving out of the family house in Queens and over the bridge into Manhattan.
Read our recap of "Hello Goodbye," Ugly Betty's series finale episode
TVGuide.com chatted with series creator and executive producer Silvio Horta about the choices he made in the series-finale episode. How did cancellation change his five-season game plan? Does he think Betty and Daniel will date? Read on to find out...
In the series finale of Ugly Betty, Betty had a difficult time telling Daniel that she is leaving Mode to take a new job in London. Amanda had to cope with the death of a loved one, as well as with the idea that soap star Spencer Cannon may be her father. Betty's family came to terms with her departure.
What Happened With the Gunshot?
The final episode begins with a funeral in the pouring rain. We're led to believe that Marc's eulogy is about Wilhelmina, since she was shot at the end of last week's episode. But the services are actually for Amanda's dog Halston — her late mother's pet.
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...