Kirsten Vangsness, Shemar Moore
Criminal Minds' quirky lab tech Penelope Garcia is about to show her BAU colleagues — and viewers — a side of her they've never seen.
On Wednesday's episode, the show will reveal that Garcia (Kirsten Vangness) spends her time outside the lab acting in a theater troupe. When Hotch (Thomas Gibson) finds out, Garcia begs him to keep it a secret from the rest of the group.
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But the truth comes out when a woman dressed like a 1950s starlet is found murdered in an alley. In their investigation, the team discovers that her murderer, played by Prison Break's Robert Knepper, has cut off her lips in a deranged homage to his former movie star mother (Sally Kirkland). When a second victim goes missing, the team needs to draw the killer out, so Hotch calls on Garcia to use her acting skills...
Aly Michalka and Matt Barr
Aly Michalka, star of the new Hellcats, which got a full-season pickup in October, pumps us up for what's to come on the pom-pom show. Ready? OK!
Team Dan or Team Lewis? Emotions run high for Michalka's Marti, whose romance with fellow cheerleader Lewis (Robbie Jones) starts to flag when she realizes "she has feelings for Dan that she has kind of buried underneath her surface."
Bring on the drama A secret causes a rift between snarky Marti and her peppy team captain Savannah (Ashley Tisdale). "Something about Marti's past comes out and severs that relationship for a few episodes," says Michalka, who adds that Marti finds ...
When actor-producer Corbin Bernsen goes to work at his Los Angeles office, he's surrounded by flakes. And he's on the lookout for more! The Psych star is a rabid collector of snow globes — he guestimates he has more than 7,500 — and has been hunting them since his days on L.A. Law in the '80s. "At the height of the show's popularity, I'd take out ...
TV journalist Lisa Ling's about to get OWN'd: She's got her own documentary series launching on the Oprah Winfrey Network early next year focusing on the American identity.
"At the end of January my new series on OWN will launch," Ling tells TV Guide Magazine. "It's called Our America. And it's a window into ...
Mayim Bialik and Jim Parsons
Amy Farrah Fowler has more than one date a year with The Big Bang Theory: Mayim Bialik's she-Sheldon will be continue to make return appearances, the actress tells TV Guide Magazine.
"We just filmed the first episode where I'm having interactions with people other than the Sheldon and Leonard plot — I'm with the girls," says Bialik, whose Amy embarks on a girls' night out with ...
Kurt Warner and Anna Trebunskaya
Here's what you didn't see on Tuesday night's Dancing With the Stars after former NFLer Kurt Warner was drop-kicked from the show and the cameras stopped rolling: Pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy breaking away from the group hug around Warner, going to the judges' table and putting his arms around Carrie Ann Inaba, who had roundly criticized the beginning of his choreography on Monday night. They stayed that way for a long moment, talking privately into each other's ears.
It seemed to restore peace in the Dancing neighborhood, at least for now. Says Chmerkovskiy, explaining his unusually heated reaction to ...
TV Guide Magazine takes you on the red carpet for the 2010 Hot List party featuring the hottest stars in Hollywood. We ask the Glee cast why they think their show is so hot and catch up with NCIS star Pauley Perrette, who reveals the secret to being hot. We also have appearances from the casts of Modern Family, Raising Hope, Pretty Little Liars and many more. Check out the video after the jump!
How fitting that a cover of Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" was the best number in a Glee that addressed the teenage nightmare of bullying.
Gay bullying, to be specific: A topic that's been getting tons of attention lately due to a rash of abuse-related suicides among gay youths. Tragic. Needless. And sadly, an option considered by way too many kids who feel they have nowhere to turn, nor anyone in their corner. Sweetly, if a tad conveniently, the episode granted Kurt both of those things after the pressure of being regularly taunted by ...
Michael Raymond-James and Donal Logue
Like a dog returning to a favorite bone, I can't stop singing the praises of FX's Terriers (Wednesdays at 10/9c), which has flown dangerously under the radar since premiering with little fanfare right after Labor Day. It's an easier series to love than it is to pigeonhole, which (along with a vague and misleading title) may explain why it has struggled to find a following beyond a passionate few. In a fall season that has been remarkable for so much unremarkable formula blandness at the network level, Terriers is the rare show whose endearingly messy and flawed characters get under your skin and stay there. ...