Peter Facinelli and Merritt Wever
Prepare to see a pretty peppy Coop on the Nurse Jackie finale. And why not? He's getting married — on his birthday!
In the exclusive preview clip of the episode below, Coop (Peter Facinelli) strolls into the nurse's wing carrying his suit and tie for his nuptials. "Tuxedo, locked and loaded," he tells Jackie (Edie Falco), who barely cracks a smile. (Apparently she doesn't like being on cake duty.)
Kick Buttowski, Ed O'Neill
Ed O'Neill plays a husband, father and grandfather of four children on Modern Family, so it's no problem for him to get the grandfather treatment on Disney's Kick Buttowski — Suburban Daredevil.
When Kick helps his grandpa (O'Neill) clean out the closet, he finds an old medal inscribed with the words, "For bravery behind enemy lines." Intrigued, Kick inquires about his grandfather's past which leads to a wartime flashback. In the flashback, Kick assumes the role of his young grandpa who must take down an enemy dictator. And of course no mission is complete without Gen. Rock Callahan, Kick's idol, voiced by NBA star Dwight Howard.
Stop us if you've heard this one before. Aliens have landed on Earth and they have not come in peace. While most of the world's population has been killed, a ragtag group of survivors stage a resistance.
This is not a new idea to TV. We've seen V's Fifth Column and the U.S. government in The Event take a stand against threatening extraterrestrials, so what makes TNT's Falling Skies, which premieres on Sunday at 9/8c, different? "We haven't been canceled yet," star Noah Wyle deadpans.
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Be that as it may, the show's cast and producers offered five real reasons why they think Falling Skies (produced by some guy named Steven Spielberg) could work better — and last longer — than more recent stabs at the genre.
Beware: Some of their answers might still seem, well, a little familiar...
Emilia Clarke, Iain Glen
Emilia Clarke might play a warrior princess with platinum blonde hair on Game of Thrones, but fans who approach her often want to talk about her on-screen husband instead.
"Normally the comments are not about me at all, but, 'My goodness, your husband is big!'" she tells TVGuide.com. We can't blame them. As the delicately beautiful Daenerys Targaryen, Clarke is a sharp contrast to Jason Momoa, the 6-foot-5 actor who plays the eyeliner-wearing, bare-chested Dothraki warlord, Khal Drogo.
Even though it's Friday, we can't even celebrate properly by watching Rebecca Black's "Friday" video online.
Black's lawyers had the video pulled from YouTube, claiming Ark Music Records, the studio Black used to record her song, is trying to...
The diva is back! Drop Dead Diva returns Sunday with a whole new set of challenges for Jane (Brooke Elliot), who will finally embrace that she is no longer a skinny model, but a strong and brilliant lawyer ready to take on the world.
"We call Season 3 the return of the diva, and by that we mean Jane has really come to terms with who she is," creator Josh Berman tells TVGuide.com. "She no longer looks in the mirror and feels shame. She looks in the mirror and feels pride. She's really owning who she's become as a mature woman."