When TNT's Saving Grace returns on March 2, the mood in the squad room will be a bit ... different ... given the new pairings of partners.
Not only are Ham (Kenneth Johnson) and Butch (Bailey Chase) a long ways from completing each other's sentences — in fact, they tend to stomp right over 'em — but guest-star Christina Ricci's Det. Abby Charles rubs Holly Hunter's Grace the wrong way right from the get-go.
By the first episode's end, though, I warmed up to Ricci. Maybe you will, too? After the jump, watch an exclusive video clip where Abby reveals to Grace the surprising reason why she was inexcusably late on her first day.
Cicely Tyson will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Tyson will play Ondine, a preacher's wife who works with her husband to relocate former child soldiers from Africa to the U.S. to help them escape their violent lives. Benson and Stabler meet Ondine when one of the children is brutally attacked. Ondine's husband has yet to be cast.
Tyson is a two-time Emmy winner and earned an Oscar nomination for playing a sharecropper's wife in Sounder (1972). She'll next be seen in the Hallmark Channel movie Relative Stranger, which airs March 14.
Watch full episodes of Law & Order: SVU in our Online Video Guide
What ever came of The Middleman and his plucky sidekick, Wendy? Fans of ABC Family's quirky single-season series will get the answer to that and more when a proper finale is presented in a slightly different form this summer. Get all the details, after the jump.
The deal is now done, so it's official: Nick Lachey will be guest-starring on the CW's One Tree Hill. But what you don't know is exactly what the tabloid darling will be doing in North Carolina, or with whom. Or even when.
Well, TVGuide.com is here to bring you the exclusive details.
Sources tell us that Lachey will be appearing ...
It would appear that CSI has fallen hard for Charisma Carpenter — and vice versa.
The brunette beauty has been booked for a guest-starring appearance on the hit CBS procedural, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Carpenter will play ...
Idina Menzel and Taye Diggs
Taye Diggs is bringing his home to work with him.
The Private Practice star's real-life wife, Tony winner Idina Menzel, will guest-star on the ABC series later this season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
In multiple episodes, Menzel will play ...
Is there a third Winchester sibling among us? It certainly would seem so, and Jake Abel (Threshold) is playing him, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Abel has been cast on the CW's Supernatural as Adam Milligan, an 18-year-old whom Sam and Dean meet in an episode titled "Jump the Shark" and airing April 23.
Adam, viewers will learn, is the by-product of a little somethin'-somethin' that big daddy John enjoyed during ...
Aaron Tveit and Holley Fain
Remember when Nate was poor and huddling under a tartan sleeping bag trying to keep warm in the basement of his family's seized Upper East Side townhouse on Gossip Girl? Well, don't worry, he isn't poor anymore because... well, something happened, I'm a little unclear actually. Read on to see who will accompany Nate's new gravy train...
"Our show is about deception," Leverage creator Dean Devlin tells his cast and producers. "And so is this today."
Thus began a meeting with cast and producers — assembled in-person and via video-conferencing — early Monday morning for what was billed as an important occasion. The stars were scattered across the globe: Christian Kane was in Nashville; Gina Bellman was in London; Timothy Hutton was in Paris, and others were gathered in the L.A. studio. Once they were all in the same room, Devlin surprised them with a special guest who broke the good news: Leverage will be back for a second season!
Devlin filmed the event, and shared the exclusive sneak peek with TVGuide.com, including a moment with Aldis Hodge's mom and Kane's kvelling that his prayers had been answered.
Watch the video, after the jump.
Chandler Massey and Alexandra Sgambati
On One Tree Hill, it's almost time for production to start on the Dawson-directed movie adaptation of Lucas' book. But before a single camera starts rolling, Lucas, Peyton, Brooke, Haley and Nathan must meet ... "Lucas," "Peyton," "Brooke," "Haley" and "Nathan" — the young, CW-friendly actors who have been cast as Tree Hill's fab five.
Here now, rounded up in their entirety and exclusively for TVGuide.com, is the who's who (or, more like "Who? Who? Who? Who? And who?") of the real-life actors filling those choice roles. Check 'em out, after the jump.