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24 Postmortem: Live Another Day Bosses on the 200th Episode's "Sacrifice"

William Devane and Kiefer Sutherland

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Monday's 24: Live Another Day. Read at your own risk.]

Talk about taking one for the team.

On Monday's 24: Live Another Day — the franchise's 200th episode — President James Heller (William Devane) agreed to hand himself over to terrorist Margot Al-Harazi (Michelle Fairley) in order to stop Margot's continued bloodshed via drone attacks on London. And although Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) warned Heller not to negotiate with Margot, when Jack, Kate (Yvonne Strahovski) and Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) were unable to find Margot themselves, Heller moved forward with his plan... read more

24 Celebrates 200 Episodes: Will Heller Actually Turn Himself Over to Margot?

William Devane and Kiefer Sutherland

It may have taken a circuitous route, but on Monday, Fox's 24 franchise will air its 200th episode. 

"It's fantastic," series co-creator and executive producer Robert Cochran told reporters of reaching milestone. "It's something that makes us very humble and very thankful for the fans around the world... that have supported us all these years. I can promise you when we started the show, this thing wasn't even in our minds. We were trying to get to Episode 2. We're very thankful for it." .... read more

Exclusive: Steamy New Graceland Promo Teases a Rekindled Romance, More Trust Issues

Daniel Sunjata, Vanessa Ferlito

"Am I supposed to trust you now?"

Yes, the entire team survived last year's fatal season finale of Graceland, but serious... read more

Major Crimes Season 3: Which Family Will Rusty Choose?

Graham Patrick Martin, Mary McDonnell

Major Crimes' third season will be a family affair.

Not only does the case in the premiere (Monday, 9/8c, TNT) involve two children who have gone missing with their father while everyone in Major Crimes points the finger at the mother, but it also sets up a season that explores what "family" truly means.

Major Crimes scoop: Meet Rusty's mom! Plus: Boss on possible Fritz spin-off

"The theme of our first 10 episodes this season is expectations," creator James Duff tells TVGuide.com. "We have an expectation of a lot of things in our lives that it turns out that we have no right to expect. Family is not a given. Family is something you are sometimes obligated to create for yourself and that you embark upon with other people."

Indeed, over the first two seasons, Capt. Sharon Raydor... read more

Exclusive 24 Sneak Peek: Is Margot Willing to Kill Her Own Daughter?

24: Live Another Day

No more Mrs. Nice Terrorist.

Although 24: Live Another Day's Margot Al-Harazi (Michelle Fairley) has already shown she'll do anything to carry out her drone strike against London (remember when she cut off her daughter Simone's finger to keep Simone's now-dead husband in line?), she'll take things to a new level on Monday's episode ... read more

Exclusive Royal Pains First Look: Meet Divya's Daughter!

Royal Pains fans, get ready to meet the new lady in Hank's life: Divya's daughter, Sashi!

In this exclusive first look from the season premiere, which airs Tuesday, June 10 at 9/8c on USA, Hank (Mark Feuerstein) gets ... read more

Exclusive Gang Related Sneak Peek: Where Do Ryan's Loyalties Lie?

Ramon Rodriguez

Ryan Lopez's (Ramon Rodriguez) loyalties are once again put to the test on Thursday's Gang Related, when he has to decide whether to give up a snitch's location to Los Angelicos gang leader Javier Acosta (Cliff Curtis).

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Exclusive Playing House Sneak Peek: Magic Maggie Knows All the Right (Naughty) Moves

Playing House

Magic Mike who? That's Magic Maggie to you!

On Tuesday's new episode of Playing House (10/9c, USA), Maggie (Lennon Parham) gives back to... read more

Major Crimes Scoop: Meet Rusty's Mom! Plus: Boss on Possible Fritz Spin-Off

Graham Patrick Martin, Ever Carradine

Major Crimes is about to turn Rusty Beck's life upside down.

After two seasons of tracking Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) through the emotional turmoil he felt after being abandoned by his family and forced to prostitute himself to survive, the TNT drama's third season (premiering Monday, June 9 at 9/8c) will finally introduce Sharon Beck, the mother who eventually left him behind. Eureka and 24 alum Ever Carradine will play the crucial role, Major Crimes creator James Duff tells TVGuide.com. 

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"We begin our first episode with a different Rusty," Duff says.... read more

Can Halt and Catch Fire Reboot AMC's Drama Slate?

Scoot McNairy and Lee Pace

If you tune in to AMC Sunday night at 10/9c, you'll find a period piece starring a handsome, well-dressed man who, despite having the confidence and silver tongue to sell almost anything, is running from his complicated past. And no, we're not talking about Mad Men or Don Draper.

The show in question is Halt and Catch Fire, a drama set in the "Silicon Prairie" of Dallas, Texas in 1983 that tells the story of the race to build the best personal computer.  And while the surface comparisons to Mad Men may be incidental, it's no surprise that AMC would be looking to recapture some of that show's magic as the network prepares to reboot itself after saying goodbye to its cornerstone property next year.

Where does AMC go from here?

"More than anything, we talk about doing what got us to the dance," AMC president Charlie Collier told TVGuide.com back in January while speaking of upcoming projects, including Halt and Catch Fire. Added Executive Vice President of Original Programming Joel Stillerman: "Shows that just a handful of networks in the business would even entertain are much more the bread and butter of what we're doing. The game is to be eclectic by design and look for the great visionaries who we can empower to do their passion projects and big original ideas."

With Halt and Catch Fire, AMC got just that... read more

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