On Justified, when two hillbilly thugs walk into a room with an ominous-looking bag, you know they're not toting the makings of a picnic. Anything might be inside: explosives, guns, a bear trap. For Timothy Olyphant, who stars on FX's crime drama as the low-key but deadly deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens and is now a producer, the secret to the show's rich yet unhurried storytelling is how it triggers the imagination.
Liam Neeson and Natasha Richardson
Liam Neeson says he coped with wife Natasha Richardson's death by "running away to work," but still can't escape the pain he feels in the middle of the night.
"I think I survived by running away some. Running away to work," he tells the March issue of Esquire. "It's easy enough to plan jobs, to plan a lot of work. That's effective. But that's the weird thing about grief. You can't prepare for it. You think you're ...
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior
"Normal people don't cut out a person's eyes," says a homicide detective turning to the FBI's "Red Cell" Behavioral Analysis Unit for help at a grisly crime scene. Depends on your definition of normal, because it's business as usual on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, an uninspired spin-off of the undistinguished (except in its degree of gruesomeness) long-running hit.
The Good Wife
Spoiler Alert: The following reveals major plot points of Tuesday night's episode of The Good Wife.
The Good Wife didn't have to step into the courtroom once Tuesday night to provide some major intrigue for viewers.
On the Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) versus Blake (Scott Porter) front, the dueling investigators got as close as they probably ever will to doing the deed. Right after Kalinda received tempting personal (and professional) offers from FBI agent Lana Delaney (Jill Flint) in a dark hotel room, Kalinda only had to walk down the hall to...
Cody Horn will join The Office in a recurring role, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Though details of her role are scarce, Horn, who played Sean's girlfriend on Rescue Me, will...
Nick Jonas, Mr. Sunshine
Nick Jonas promises that his upcoming role on Mr. Sunshine, as bratty rock star Eli White, is not art imitating life. "This is very different from who I am," he says. "I think people have been given an idea of our different personal lives at this point, so I felt like [I can play] a bit of a jerk."
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I love Hawaii Five-0, but how long is McGarrett's investigation into his father's case going to last? — Melinda
ADAM: Not as long as you might think: Co-executive producer Paul Zbyszewski promises that many of the "champ box" mysteries will be solved by season's end, including who or what exactly John McGarrett was investigating and who replaced the stolen money from the evidence locker. "I think fans will be really surprised at how deep we go and how much we learn by the end of the season," Zbyszewski says. "That's not to say that we're not going to continue to explore the McGarrett mythology anymore, because there plenty more to milk in Season 2."
Any new missions coming up on Chuck? — Frankie
NATALIE: Much to the chagrin of Chuck and Sarah, Casey is going to be enticed away from Team Intersect by Bentley (Robin Givens), General Beckman's frenemy. "She presents him with things he knows are true: This has been your longest assignment; your team...