Navi Rawat and David Krumholtz, Numb3rs
After overcoming multiple kidnappings, outside entanglements and disapproving families, Numb3rs' Charlie (David Krumholtz) and Amita (Navi Rawat) are finally getting their happy ending.
But the couple's long-awaited wedding in Friday's Season 6 finale (10/9c, CBS) is overshadowed by the ever-growing possibility that the show won't be back after the honeymoon's over. Earlier this season, CBS' math-driven procedural had its episode order reduced by six hours. The result: Writers scrambled to produce an ending that could double as a series finale.
Look back at photos from the show's six seasons
Plans for Charlie and Amita's ornate wedding went out the window...
High Society, Jules Kirby
One of the stars of CW's new reality series High Society says she's been unfairly edited to look like the villain, but Jules Kirby's statements on the show don't exactly help her case.
The socialite was quoted on Wednesday's debut episode as saying her "friends do tend not to be homosexuals, fat ...
Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight has signed on to his first TV series lead in Fox's drama pilot Midland, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Midland follows a con artist (Jimmy Wolk) who juggles two lives in different Texas cities with two women (Adrianne Palicki, Eloise Mumford). But one of the women (Palicki) happens to be ...
Michael Emerson, Lost
This week's Lost found Ben (Michael Emerson) faced with a decision to become the island's next leader. But did UnLocke mean his job or Jacob's? Emerson discusses the fateful position and who would want to take it. Plus: what's Ben's possible future now that he's not buried in that grave he dug — and who is No. 108 (aka Wallace) on the lighthouse wheel of mystery?
Real Housewives of New York City
Bravo recently announced that it will add a fifth night of original programming, so it's developing a slew of new original series, including another Real Housewives franchise and a scripted dramedy about male prostitutes. Read our snap judgments on the lineup and then tell us in the comments section which series have the potential to be your newest guilty pleasure.
Million Dollar Decorators
What It Is: High-end interior decorators in L.A. work with the multi-million-dollar budgets of their wealthy clientele.
Snap Judgment: We love shows about the hubris of the rich, but is this the financial climate for a show about squandering money?
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