Ginnifer Goodwin, Joanna Garcia Swisher
Once Upon a Time is going under the sea!
The ABC fairy-tale drama will finally introduce the beloved mermaid that fans have been dying to see since the show subtly name-dropped her. Ariel (JoAnna Garcia Swisher) will dominate Sunday's episode, titled "Ariel," in both past and present, as she comes into contact with our heroes. Unlike other fairy-tale characters who...
The Love Boat
All aboard for a Love Boat reunion?
The cast of the long-running soap is reuniting on The Talk, CBS announced Friday.
The truth behind Scandal's Operation Remington has been revealed — and boy was it a doozy!
Think the drama on ABC's sophomore drama Nashville is heated? Apparently, it's nothing compared to the tension behind the scenes, according to T-Bone Burnett.
The Oscar- and Grammy-winning songwriter, musician and soundtrack supervisor behind Crazy Heart and O Brother, Where Art Thou? served as the executive music producer for the show's entire first season. However, he suddenly left the show in June, despite the fact that...
Emily Deschanel, Jennifer Morrison, Julianna Margulies
What can you tell me about the Bones honeymoon episode? — Kristy
ADAM: As we previously teased, the getaway won't be all romance. "They're going to get bored just hanging around having sex and going to the beach," Emily Deschanel jokes about the pair getting swept up into a murder investigation. But the real reason the vacation is derailed is Brennan's competitive nature. "We discover a set of remains that Brennan does not have faith the coroner there will be able to solve," Deschanel says. "There's a bit of a rivalry with the medical examiner." And why does Booth get sucked in? "Brennan's books are very popular in Buenos Aires, so Agent Andy, who is the character based on Booth in her books is a real hero there," Deschanel teases. Guess he can't let down his fans!
Will Hook tell Emma that Neal is alive on Once Upon a Time? — Cherish
NATALIE: You'll find out his decision very soon...
Jeff Garlin, George Segal, Wendi McLendon-Covey
Why aren't you watching The Goldbergs?
The '80s-set ABC family comedy, based on creator Adam F. Goldberg's childhood and his childhood home videos — which are shown at the end of episodes — doesn't have the star power of some of the new fall series or a glossy name and built-in selling point like its lead-in Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but it's one of the better freshmen series of the new season. And you are definitely missing out on some big laughs and rad '80s fashions if you're not tuning in.
Here are four reasons why you should be watching The Goldbergs.
ABC has apologized for a Jimmy Kimmel Live segment in which a child joked about killing Chinese people to help erase the U.S. debt, according to The Associated Press.
The young boy's unscripted comment — "Kill everyone in China," he suggested — was made during a sketch in...