Grey's Anatomy, Lost, Chuck
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What do you make of those Lost "Last Supper" pictures? — Landy
MICKEY: First off, let me put on my tin-foil hat so my thoughts can't be read. There, that's better. Let me ask you: Why do you think there are two images? Is ABC just offering us a bit of photographic variety or are the twin images themselves a clue to how things go down in Season 6? Could the skulls indicate impending deaths, albeit in alternate timelines? These are questions worth asking.
Should I be worried about Mer and Der on Grey's Anatomy? — Ana
ADAM: Rule No. 1 of marriage (Post It or otherwise): Never let slip something your spouse told you in confidence. Derek will learn that lesson the hard way when...
Welcome to the episode recaps for the 14th season of The Bachelor: On the Wings of Love! Last time we saw the hunky pilot Jake Pavelka, the 31-year-old was having his heart crushed on national television by then-bachelorette Jillian Harris. Now it's Jake's turn to break some hearts and try his luck at finding love.
Grey's Anatomy fans — more specifically, Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen (Kevin McKidd) fans — worried that the arrival of Teddy Altman (Kim Raver) to Seattle Grace might break up the happy couple. Now that Raver has been bumped up to series regular and is sticking around for a while, should we be expecting drama? Of course! TVGuide.com caught up with Raver to discuss how the Owen-Cristina-Teddy dynamic will continue to spiral out of control, what good things are ahead for Yang and Hunt and whether Raver is replacing Katherine Heigl...
It looks like pilot Jake Pavelka wasn't the first to find love on the new season of The Bachelor.
A contestant engaged in a relationship with...
On Sunday's Desperate Housewives, we found out who survived Wisteria Lane's plane crash — and who didn't. Along the way, the Housewives imagined an alternate future that began with each of them asking, "What if...?"
The Good Wife
The Good Wife headed into its winter hiatus on the strength of its largest audience to date, helping CBS land yet another Tuesday night ratings win.
The freshman legal drama pulled in 14.1 million viewers, handily defeating The Jay Leno Show (5.2 million viewers) and a repeat of The Forgotten (3.3 million viewers), capping off a characteristically strong Tuesday showing for CBS. New holiday episodes of NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles were watched by 20.5 million viewers and 17.4 million viewers, respectively.
Putting up the best fight was NBC's The Sing-Off, which averaged...