CSI: Miami, Vampire Diaries, The Mentalist
Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Could you please tell us when we'll see Horatio's son Kyle again on CSI: Miami? — McDermott
ADAM: You won't have to wait long. Kyle returns to Miami seeking Horatio's help in the next episode, when one of Kyle's Army buddies is charged with murder. And he'll be sticking around. "Kyle is part of the conclusion of Season 8," co-executive producer Barry O'Brien tells us. "Horatio is going to deal with Kyle becoming a man in a truly dramatic way. ... We get a chance to have a glimpse into the heart of the man behind the sunglasses."
Did Damon really kill Elena's birth mother on The Vampire Diaries? I can't help but feel like there's more to this story. — Taryn
MICKEY: Well, yeah. When Diaries returns on March 25, we'll learn once and for all...
Josh Hopkins and Courteney Cox
Jules (Courteney Cox) and Grayson (Josh Hopkins), the will-they-or-won't-they couple of Cougar Town, may be taking a step toward an actual romantic relationship in the coming episodes, but the waiting game has been fun, according to Hopkins. Even if they get together, there's plenty of drama to be had with the introduction of...
Lost - Michael Emerson
On Tuesday's episode of Lost, a question is posed: What happens to a leader who can no longer lead? It's a Ben-centric episode, but in the end, "Dr. Linus" concerns several men who no longer rule: Ben, Jack, Jacob, UnLocke, Richard and (gulp!) Charles Widmore. Read on to see whose power plays succeeded, or who had to be content to a Napoleonic island exile.
On the Feb. 16 episode of Lost, we learned that the numbers (4, 8, 15, 16, 23 and 42) correspond with a group of people known as "the candidates": Locke, Hurley, Sawyer, Sayid, Jack and Jin or Sun, respectively. The Man in Black says they're candidates to take over for Jacob as the protector of the island. But should we trust the Man in Black? And what does it really mean to be a candidate? Executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof weigh in...
Rob Morrow is saying goodbye to Numb3rs and hello to Truth.
The 47-year-old actor has joined the cast of ABC's...
Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin
The 82nd Academy Awards drew its largest audience since 2005, capping off an awards season that saw ratings growth for every major awards show.
See our take on the Oscars' top moments
The Oscars were watched by 41.3 million viewers, improving 13 percent over last year's audience and posting significant gains for the second year in a row, according to Nielsen estimates. The telecast clobbered the competition, which mostly consisted of repeats or movies.
Before the Oscars, Barbara Walters' final Oscars special drew 15 million viewers, its biggest audience since 2002. The half-hour red carpet show drew its largest audience (25.1 million viewers) in three years...
A whole lot of handsome was going on during Jimmy Kimmel's post-Oscar spoof.
The late-night host's "Handsome Men's Club" video featured cameos by Patrick Dempsey, Matthew McConaughey, Ethan Hawke and a shirtless Gilles Marini, among others.
Kimmel: Leno's the sucker-puncher, not me
Kimmel — get this, the club's president — conducts the meeting. But the members stage a coup, as Kimmel's "cute" and loyal sidekick, John Krasinski, remains by his side. Even Kimmel's go-to guy, Ben Affleck, votes to have him ousted.
Watch the spoof after the jump.