Terry O'Quinn is accustomed to playing characters who live in a moral gray area (or smoky black area, as the case was on Lost). But on the new Fox drama Gang Related, O'Quinn's character doesn't even realize how murky the waters he inhabits really are.
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 9 finale of Bones. Read at your own risk.]
For years, Bones season finales posed a number of threats to the future of Booth and Brennan's personal relationship. However, on Monday's Season 9 finale, it was the future of the now-married crime-solving duo's professional partnership that was in danger.
Bones star: The finale "changes everything" for Booth and Brennan
While Booth (David Boreanaz) was preparing to be confirmed for his new FBI role in Germany by a Congressional subcommittee, he was contacted by a conspiracy blogger who claimed that he could connect the McNamaras — aka the family of the Ghost Killer — to someone in the FBI. Unfortunately, Before Booth could question the blogger, he was found dead in his torched mobile home...
Kristen Lehman, Louis Ferreira, Warren Christie
ABC's midseason procedural Motive returns for its sophomore season Wednesday, and Angie's (Kristin Lehman) work life gets disrupted right off the bat when she gets an unwelcome blast from the past in the form of Sgt. Mark Cross (Warren Christie), who's brought in to lead the homicide team.
The Ghost Killer may be dead on Bones, but she will continue to haunt Booth and Brennan during the Season 9 finale (Monday at 8/7c, Fox).
As Booth (David Boreanaz) prepares to be confirmed for his new role at the FBI during a congressional hearing, he receives a phone call from a conspiracy blogger who claims to have information linking the Ghost Killer's family —the McNamaras — to some FBI brass. Unfortunately, the blogger ends up dead before Booth and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) get a chance to connect the dots.
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"Brennan thinks she's done with the Ghost Killer, but in an indirect way, she's not," Deschanel tells TVGuide.com...
Mads Mikkelsen, Hugh Dancy
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Friday's episode of Hannibal. Read at your own risk.]
Who's pursuing whom?
That's the question viewers are pondering during the penultimate episode of Hannibal's second season. Although the idea first comes up during a metaphorical dinner conversation between Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne), by the end of the hour, the query takes on new meaning when Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) seems once again torn between his loyalties to both men....
Stephen Amell, Grant Gustin
Well, that didn't take long!
Now that The CW has officially ordered The Flash to series, TVGuide.com can exclusively reveal that the first Arrow-Flash crossover will occur much sooner than fans might've expected: Stephen Amell, who plays Arrow's emerald archer Oliver Queen, appears in The Flash pilot!
The Arrow spin-off stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, a scientist who's gifted with the power of super-speed in the aftermath of a freak accident that transforms him into the Fastest Man Alive. Given that Barry originated on Arrow, it seems only fitting for Oliver to return the favor, but there's a twist:
Even the best intentions can be overcooked, as the owners of Bella Luna will discover when chef Gordon Ramsay pays them a visit in the season finale of Kitchen Nightmares (Friday at 9/8c on Fox).
Michael Pitt, Hugh Dancy
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Friday's Hannibal. Read at your own risk.]
So, it turns out Hannibal's Will Graham isn't quite the psychopath he's been made out to be.
On Friday's episode, Will (Hugh Dancy) remained under suspicion, particularly by Alana Bloom (Caroline Dhavernas), after ...