Are you (and your DVR) ready to make an appointment with Emily Owens, M.D.?
Now that The CW show has debuted, we want to know your thoughts — and what you think of every new series this season.
Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki
Changes are afoot in Supernatural's eighth season. Led by new showrunner Jeremy Carver and airing on a new night, this season has also ushered in a new era of The CW series — one in which vampires can be trusted and demons could potentially be wiped out for good. But let's not kid ourselves — what we care about the most is how these changes affect the Winchester brothers.
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean's (Jensen Ackles) relationship has always comprised the real heart of Supernatural, even spawning a rabid subset of fandom known as Wincest (a combination of "Winchester" and "incest"). But the new season finds the boys' polarized from one another, and while this isn't the first time the Winchesters have had to rebuild their relationship, have they changed too much to make the repairs?
Missy Franklin is having a good year!
The Olympic gold medalist, who set a world record in the 200-meter backstroke in London, is set to guest-star on Pretty Little Liars, ABC Family announced Tuesday.
Franklin will play...
Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Are Modern Family's Cam and Mitchell finally going to walk down the aisle?
Jesse Tyler Ferguson got fans of the ABC comedy excited for the possible nuptials when he tweeted a photo that made it appear as though...
Tracy Spiridakos and Giancarlo Esposito
Revolution hit a three-week high Monday, rising 13 percent from last week.
The NBC drama drew 8.8 million viewers and a 3.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, dominating the 10 o'clock hour in the demo by almost a point-and-a-half. Lead-in The Voice (12.8 million, 4.8) was flat.
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Also improving were The CW's 90210 (1.07 million, 0.6) and all of CBS' lineup ...
Billy Burke and Giancarlo Esposito
Revolution's fifth episode was no joke. Every second of "Soul Train" was jam-packed with action and tantalizing teases of the story's mythology. It's also nice to see creator Eric Kripke following through on his promise to quickly provide answers which only lead to bigger questions. Here are the 10 biggest burning questions from Monday's episode, "Soul Train." [Spoilers ahead]
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How far will one superhero go for justice? That's the question that Arrow will toy with now that Oliver Queen has returned to Starling City.
Arrow Photos: China White, Deadshot and Felicity Smoak all coming to town!
In the new CW series, the wealthy playboy (Stephen Amell) returned to his hometown with his secret alter ego Arrow in tow, the vigilante identity he took on after a boating accident left him stranded on a deserted island for five years where he honed his archery skills to survive. Now Oliver will have to determine how far he'll go in his quest for vengeance, which will become even more difficult once someone learns his secret. (Yup, it's happening soon!) To get the scoop on that and more, TVGuide.com turned to Amell and co-star Katie Cassidy, along with executive producers Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim and Greg Berlanti. Find out what's in store for the emerald archer: