Now that Norman Bates knows the truth about his murderous ways, how much longer can it be kept a secret?On the penultimate episode of Bates Motel's second season, Norman (Freddie Highmore) was kidnapped and stuffed in a box for hours. The traumatizing time alone allowed Norman's repressed memories of murdering Miss Watson to come to the surface. "This was a huge chunk of reality for Norman Bates, who just doesn't have an awareness of this part of himself," executive producer Kerry Ehrin says...
The Mentalist's Patrick Jane (Simon Baker) isn't one for sentimental speeches, but it looks like he might have to pull one out of his hat in order to convince Teresa Lisbon (Robin Tunney) to stay.
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Friday's episode of Hannibal. Read at your own risk.]Will Graham, what have you done!?On Friday's Hannibal, it was pretty hard to tell supposed good guy Will (Hugh Dancy) from his evil, manipulative puppet master Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). In fact, the episode's creepy closing shot implied the two are now almost one in the same...
Francis Gibson (Dermot Mulroney) may have suffered a minor setback to his hostage plan on NBC's Crisis, but that doesn't mean he's anywhere near ready to give up — at least not until he's taken down CIA Director Gabe Widener (Mark Valley).
Tensions between Abe Woodhull (Jamie Bell) and his father Richard (Kevin McNally) have reached a tipping point on AMC's Turn. But will Abe put his pride aside if his son's well-being is at stake?
You'd think capturing one of the grounders would be a good thing, but the imprisonment of her former captor doesn't jibe too well with Octavia on Wednesday's The 100.
After her brother strings up and beats the man who protected her in captivity, Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) begs Bellamy (Bob Morley) to go easy on him. But Bellamy, who doesn't seem to believe in rational thought or nuance, refuses any mercy, insisting, "We need to know what we're up against, how many there are and why they're killing us!"
[Warning: This article contains major spoilers about the Season 2 finale of The Following. Read at your own risk!]
On Monday's Season 2 finale of Fox's The Following, Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) got what he had been seeking: a chance to kill Joe Carroll (James Purefoy).
On Sunday's episode of The Mentalist, Jane (Simon Baker) and the crew uncover a vast human smuggling ring after an encounter with a suspicious-looking stranger. But how can they prove who's involved?
In just a few brief scenes, Mad Men's Lou Avery has become one of the most hated characters on TV.After taking over as Sterling Cooper & Partners' creative director in the wake of Don Draper's meltdown and suspension, Lou (Allan Havey), quickly made his presence felt. Although Lou isn't bogged down by a host of personal problems like Don (Jon Hamm) is, he's a bit of a square and lacks Don's creative spark, which almost instantly put him at odds with Draper protégé Peggy (Elisabeth Moss). Making matters worse...
The Castle wedding is (hopefully) drawing nigh, which means one thing: The battle to be the best man is on!As you can see in the exclusive first look at Monday's episode (10/9c, ABC) below, Beckett (Stana Katic) has already chosen Lanie (Tamala Jones) to be her maid of honor. However, when Ryan (Seamus Dever) and Esposito (Jon Huertas) learn that Castle (Nathan Fillion) has yet to select a best man, you can see their competitive wheels start turning...
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