How I Met Your Mother
For a show that plays with time so frequently, there's one time-jump How I Met Your Mother hasn't employed — until now.
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"This is the first time in the history of our show we're doing a finale that is not set in May. We jump ahead to September, basically to the beginning of next season," co-creator and co-executive producer Craig Thomas tells TVGuide.com. "Ted tells his kids every minute of September to May and then says, 'Oh, some stuff happened in the summer, but the next September...' so it's nice this time that we cover the summer in our season finale. Hopefully when people see the finale, they won't be super-confused."
By September, Ted (Josh Radnor) will be ...
Now that we're halfway into the Game of Thrones season, the action has really become meaty (much like the roast venison that graces King Robert's table). In Sunday's episode, everyone gets in on the killing (even The Imp!) and there's so much intrigue to be had, the action actually stayed in Westeros the entire time. To balance out the multiple deaths and brutality, we got a whimsical helping of grotesquery thanks to original scenes written specifically for the HBO series. Shall we delve into "The Wolf and the Lion"?
Many TV dramas create mysteries in their freshmen seasons that take years to resolve. The producers of CBS' Hawaii Five-0 are taking a slightly different approach.
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In Monday's season finale (10/9c, CBS) McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin), Danno (Scott Caan) and the team will find answers to many of the questions surrounding the toolbox of clues McGarrett found after his father's death, including the connection to international terrorist Wo Fat (Mark Dacascos).
"We played the 'champ box' over the course of the first season, and it feels like we have to come to some kind of resolution with it," executive producer Peter Lenkov tells TVGuide.com....
Danciing With The Stars, Mark Ballas, Chelsea Kane
Chelsea Kane is just three dances (and a couple million votes) away from a spot in Dancing with the Stars' final three, and she can't believe it herself. "I knew when I went on [the show] that a lot of the viewing audience had absolutely no clue who I was, so I was really afraid that I would be going home [early]," she tells TVGuide.com. "The fact the fact that people who haven't seen me before have invited me into their home and have voted for Mark [Ballas] and me into the semifinals is just amazing. I'm so flattered and I'm really having the time of my life." The Disney star has her work cut out for her this week: Besides two individual routines, she will face off with the other three couples in a winner-takes-all cha-cha with 15 points on the line. But after her and Ballas' heart-to-heart about his 'tude towards Len Goodman, Kane says the duo is "clicking better ever."
It's been a stressful season for Castle fans dying to see author Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) and his muse, Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic), become more than friends and partners.
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They kissed. They held each other tightly as they nearly died together in a freezer. They shared a giant Los Angeles hotel suite that, despite its roominess, couldn't contain the sexual tension. And in Monday's finale (10/9c, ABC) all of those issues will be addressed.
"Both characters lay their cards on their table," creator and executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe tells TVGuide.com. "[They] come to an understanding about the issues that they're dealing with and the ways in which each of them were approaching the relationship...
On a sunny day at the North Hollywood Medical Center, Chuck is shooting its Season 4 finale (airing Monday at 8/7c on NBC), in which spy and bride-to-be Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski) is hospitalized — near death — after an attack by Vivian Volkoff (Lauren Cohan). Despite the subject matter, the mood on the set is anything but grim.
"It's a crazy roller coaster of love, and I'm gonna stand on that," star Zachary Levi tells reporters, describing the show's genre-spanning style. He might as well be referring to the cast and crew's camaraderie though.
NBC renews Chuck for fifth and final season
Throughout the long day, everyone enjoys each other's company behind the scenes. Levi and...
Bridesmaids walked behind Thor, which kept its top spot at the movie box office.
The film about the hammer-wielding thunder god raked in $34.5 million (bringing its two-weekend total to $119.3 million) while the wedding comedy, written by and starring Saturday Night Live's Kristen Wiig, grossed a creditable $24.4 million, Box Office Mojo reports.
The Sing Off
NBC's fall lineup will bump The Sing-Off up to the fall from its previous December berth and will hold The Voice and 30 Rock for midseason.
Going into its third season, The Sing-Off will be paired with...