AMC has toyed with mad men and meth chemists, but now they're taking it a step further with the new zombie thriller The Walking Dead.
Set to premiere on — you guessed it — Halloween, the series follows Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), a small-town officer who wakes up in a deserted hospital only to discover the world has been overrun by zombies.
The Shield star joins AMC zombie drama
Sound familiar? It should. It's based on the 2003 graphic novel of the same name from Robert Kirkman. And here you thought we were talking about 28 Days Later...
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Angela Sarafyan has joined the cast of The Good Guys in a major recurring role, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Sarafyan will play offbeat and socially awkward Samantha Evans. Since she's ...
Peyton Wright and Jesse Beck
On this week's Bachelor Pad, the season's first relationship, Natalie and Jesse B., split, and each found someone new. Host Chris Harrison calls Jesse and his new hookup Peyton, "the most unlikely couple" in the franchise's history. Plus: What does Harrison think about Wes serenading the already-spoken-for Gia?
TVGuide.com: Did you expect Jesse and Peyton to get together?
Chris Harrison: No, I don't think anybody did...
Shenae Grimes and Matt Lanter, 90210
When last we saw Liam and Annie, they shared a tender moment on Liam's hand-built boat before creepy Jasper blew it to smithereens.
Ah, but a little explosion can't stop love on 90210, Matt Lanter tells TVGuide.com.
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Liam (Lanter) has confessed to the coins, Annie (Shenae Grimes) has confessed to the crash, and now there's nothing to stop things from heating up between them — and soon. (90210 returns Monday, Sept. 13 at 8/7c on the CW.)
"We'll get romantic in the first couple of episodes. We share a kiss," Lanter teased during a break from filming a rather hot scene — not involving Annie — from a future episode...
Auggie Anderson — the girl-crazy CIA agent on USA's new spy-games hit Covert Affairs (Tuesdays, 10/9c, USA)— may be blind, but TV fans sure have gotten an eyeful of the actor who plays him. In the past six years, Christopher Gorham has starred in as many series — some successful, some not so much. He was the titular human computer in Jake 2.0, the black sheep in a family of docs in the short-lived sitcom Out of Practice, a young M.D. in Medical Investigation and the secret killer on Harper's Island. But most famously, he romanced one Betty Suarez ...