This Thursday at 9 pm/ET, fans of the CW's Supernatural who already have been unsettled by the warring Winchesters will find much more to make their brothers-loving spines tingle.
As seen in this exclusive preview of the episode "When the Levee Breaks," Sam will involuntarily book a reservation in the subterranean panic room, as Bobby and Dean debate how best to deal with the demon-blood addict.
Whilst Sam is pinned down in his ersatz prison, Dean ridicules his bro's bloodthirstiness, saying it must make him feel "strong, invincible ... a big, bad wolf in a world of little pigs."
Forgetting about Sam for a moment, can the show's fans survive such a verbal beat-down? We dare you to make the jump and watch the video.
Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute:
- What's next for House and Cuddy? And who has a surprising reaction to you-know-what?
- Exclusive: '80s heartthrob Andrew McCarthy lands a role on another new series!
- Chuck creator Josh Schwartz gives us some tasty scoop.
Watch and discuss the new MMM after the jump!
Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski
NBC's entertainment co-chair Ben Silverman left the options wide open for Chuck's future during the network's presentation of its fall lineup — indicating that...
In this week's installment of our Getting Lost video series:
• On the heels of Lost celebrating its 100th episode, executive producer Damon Lindelof reveals the hour in time that he and Carlton Cuse wish they could get back.
• Have viewers been shown all of the Smoke Monster's secrets? Get Cuse's answer.
• How did Hurley find out about Flight 316? I reveal the theory shared by 77 percent of you.
• Then check out this week's Burning Question, and send your best guess to Getting_Lost@TVguide.com.
Coming next week on TVGuide.com: Inside scoop on the season finale's perhaps unlikely hero.
Special Agent Sam Hannah (LL Cool J) shows McGee and Gibbs his special "touch."
Just as JAG begot NCIS, CBS' NCIS is poised to produce its own progeny. In a two-part arc airing April 28 and May 5 and titled "Legend," Gibbs and the gang will interact with the Official of Special Projects, a Los Angeles-based agency populated by Chris O'Donnell, LL Cool J, Louise Lombard and other familiar faces. If all goes well, CBS will order this "backdoor pilot" to series for the 2009-10 TV season.
Here in Part 1 of our Q&A with Shane Brennan, the NCIS executive producer shared a look at what fans of the original series can expect from its offshoot, and in what way it will be like nothing ever seen before on TV.
Earmuff your horses. Cloris Leachman is checking into the hospital at the heart of HawthoRNe, TNT's new medical drama premiering Tuesday, June 16, and starring Jada Pinkett Smith and Michael Vartan.
Apparently still enjoying some heat from her recent Dancing with the Stars run, Leachman will play Mrs. Lachman (heh), a cantankerous patient who terrorizes the nurses — Pinkett Smith's Chief Nurse Christina Hawthorne included — by, for example, throwing perfectly good Jell-O at them.
Speaking of Jell-O ... former Cosby kid ...
TV's former Catwoman voices Cool Cat (inset).
When Nickelodeon's Emmy-winning The Wonder Pets! series kicks off its third season on May 18, Eartha Kitt will be among the guest stars, voicing a Cool Cat who wants to scat. Kitt's voice work for the animated series marks one of her final performances before succumbing to colon cancer last Christmas Day.
Playing Hip Hippo to Kitt's Cool Cat in the season opener is ...
Consider him saved by the barber.
When TNT premieres the second season of its legal drama Raising the Bar in June, Mark-Paul Gosselaar's Jerry will make an appointment to get his unwieldy mane (revisit it here, if you must) managed.
Jerry's decision to brave the buzzer comes as he reaches another birthday, and is part of a bid to present a more professional appearance to his clients.
As would be the case in real life, the public defender's makeover does not go without mention. For example ...
Now playing in this week's Mitovich Mega Minute:
• In but the very first excerpt from my new in-depth interview with Shane Brennan, the NCIS executive producer teases a season finale with utterly unpredictable ramifications. Plus: Who's back to make big waves?
• Josh Hopkins previews a Private Practice season-ender that has to be seen to be believed.
• Which two Army Wives' lives are poised for serious upheaval? Get the Season 3 scoop!
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Kelly Carlson, Melanie Griffith
If you've ever wondered who brought Nip/Tuck's wild Kimber into the world, you'll soon meet her — and she'll be played by Melanie Griffith.
The Working Girl actress will play Brandie, Kimber's beautiful and considerate mother, who visits her ex-pornstar daughter from Wisconsin, a show insider confirms exclusively to TVGuide.com. (Griffith couldn't be better cast in terms of looks — her resemblance to Kelly Carlson, who plays Kimber, is striking.)
Brandie will be joined by Les, her too-tan, on-again-off-again car-salesman boyfriend of six years. Les, played by Robin Thomas (Another World, Who's the Boss), ignites insta-hate from Christian ...