On this week's Lost, we finally learn some of the island's secrets thanks to Richard Alpert, who's faced with a difficult choice. Among the revelations: where he came from, who he really is and how long he's been on the mysterious island, which means a lot more screen time for the original Man in Black (Titus Welliver) and Jacob (Mark Pellegrino). Another notable guest-star in this hour is Mirelly Taylor as Isabella, Richard's wife before he got to the island.
Hi, Natalie Abrams here! I'll be covering this mythos-heavy episode instead of regular Lost recapper, Mickey O'Connor, who is on vacation. There's a lot of ground to cover, so let's get started, shall we?
After nine seasons and two networks, it may be time for the Scrubs cast members to hang up their stethoscopes for good, says executive producer and former star Zach Braff.
Braff, 34, wrote on his Facebook page that the series will not be...
It's time to hit the floor again! Season 10 of Dancing with the Stars kicks off with 11 new couples as they tackle either the cha-cha or Viennese waltz. Who made a great first impression? Who fell flat? Find out below!
Sheila Kelley and Josh Holloway
If you're wondering why Lost would introduce yet another new character with just a few episodes remaining, don't take your complaints to Sheila Kelley: The actress says her character, Zoe, will prove to be highly important to the island and the show. She also talked about whether she's as evil as her boss, Charles Widmore (Alan Dale), and whether her plans on the island go beyond doing his bidding. Needless to say, spoiler alert...
Monday's explosive Castle puts Detective Kate Beckett in serious danger, but is her biggest threat a visiting agent from the FBI?
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When a serial killer begins leaving notes at crime scenes for Nikki Heat — the fictional detective Castle (Nathan Fillion) based on Beckett (Stana Katic) in his new book — the FBI's Jordan Shaw (guest star Dana Delany) shows up in New York.
"She comes along and basically sweeps that case out of Beckett's hands," Katic tells TVGuide.com. "That's kind of strange for Beckett to deal with. She's used to being the one in charge of any case."
Shaw and her team show up with loads of technology, and the shiny new toys catch Castle's eye. Though Shaw initially dismisses Castle...
Tony Dovolani was the only one in the dark. The Dancing with the Stars pro says he doesn't read casting rumors about the show, so the possibility of working with Kate Gosselin (a widely speculated pairing since they both live on the East Coast) never crossed his mind. "Everyone was thinking that except me!" he tells TVGuide.com. "I don't read rumors. If you do and set your heart on somebody and don't get them, or it turns out the person is not doing the show, then you're disappointed even if you get somebody great." And great is exactly what the mom of eight is, says Dovolani, a dad of three — whatever "haters" might think.
Googling her Dancing with the Stars partners is becoming Cheryl Burke's pre-season ritual. Last season, she had to Google former House majority leader Tom DeLay. This time around, she turned to the search engine to brush up on Cincinnati Bengal wide receiver Chad Ochocinco. "Isn't it funny? I didn't know anything about him either," she tells TVGuide.com. "It just shows you all I've been doing since I was a little kid is dancing." So what was her reaction when she learned about the NFL star? Find out below.
Dancing with the Stars - Maksim Chmerkovskiy
The big day is almost here! I've been in L.A. for a week and I'm so excited to be back. It's funny because I stay away from L.A. during the off-season so that when I do come back I don't feel like I'm forced to be here. I've realized I've accumulated a whole new circle of friends here and it's refreshing not to come back to a strange place. But it turns into me needing 48 hours in a day to do everything. And obviously Erin and I have to practice!
I'm kind of taking a different approach this season. For example, we have our second dance, but I'm not even going to touch the whole routine yet. Usually by ...
And we're back! It's been a little bit since FlashForward's last new episode, but I hope everyone is as ready as I am to dive right back into the many questions we have and finally get some answers.
In the beginning, we see a window washer in Los Angeles who narrowly escapes death during the blackout. He has become a motivational speaker and shares how the blackout helped put him a great new path — a turning point (maybe to show how this episode will be a turning point? Just thinking aloud). "None of us are in this alone," he says before musing about hope vs. chaos.