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Scandal Video: Who Is Quinn Perkins?

Katie Lowes

It's the question that has plagued Scandal fans since the Shonda Rhimes political fixer series went off the air in May: Seriously, who is Quinn Perkins?

Who is Quinn Perkins and 5 more things to know about the Scandal premiere

The newly released deposition videos of Pope & Associates (which you can check out here!) may be able to give some insight into who Quinn (Katie Lowes) is — if we can even call her that. While Olivia (Kerry Washington) actually... read more

Glee's New Girls on Rachel-Quinn Comparisons, Rivalries, and Being "Thrown in the Deep End"

Melissa Benoist, Becca Tobin

"The New Rachel." That title may have gone to Blaine (Darren Criss) following his "Call Me Maybe"-off with Tina, Unique and Brittany, but after Glee's season premiere, fans seem to think there may be another worthy candidate — new girl Marley Rose (Melissa Benoist).

"It's a lot of pressure because obviously I have some really big shoes to fill," Benoist tells TVGuide.com of the comparisons to New Directions' former shining star. "But I think that Marley is so... read more

Ratings: The X Factor Rises; Survivor Returns Lower

Survivor: Philippines

With no competition from The Voice this week, The X Factor topped the night Wednesday.

The Fox series averaged 9.4 million viewers and a 3.4 rating in the ...
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Fringe's Final Season Hits a Wall


In eight days, the final season of Fringe will officially begin and as much as we hate to say that, we are loving the look of the end run's key promotional art. Taking a huge leap from its past campaigns — and reflecting the show's equally huge leap to 2036 — the grittier, Banksy-like images of Observer-battling rebels Peter, Olivia and Walter sprayed on a wall as the fedora-sporting bald wonders walk by pretty much screams that we are in for a wild ride. And for those of you needing a refresher on the why our team needs to "fight for the future," last season's epic "Letters of Transit" episode will be rearing on Fox this Saturday night at 11/10c.

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Exclusive: CSI: NY Books West Wing, Sons of Anarchy Alums for November Sweeps

Kathleen York, Niko Nicotera

CSI: NY is getting in deep for November sweeps.

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The West Wing
's Kathleen York and Sons of Anarchy's Niko Nicotera are set to guest-star on a sweeps episode that features a drowning in Central Park's famed Turtle Pond, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

When a young woman named Ashley (Alex Ashbaugh) is found drowned in a ball gown in the pond outside Belvedere Castle, Mac (Gary Sinise) and his team drain the pond to search for clues.... read more

Revolution Recruits Three Supernatural Alums

Mark Pellegrin, Todd Stashwick

Lots of reunions are coming up on Revolution. Mark Pellegrino, Todd Stashwick and Colin Ford will all join former Supernatural showrunner (and Revolution creator) Eric Kripke on the new NBC series this fall, TVLine reports. read more

Bravo SetsTop Chef: Seattle Premiere Date, Adds New Judge

Hugh Acheson, Padma Laksmi, Tom Colicchio, Gail Simmons

We're sensing some smoked salmon in our future. Top Chef: Seattle will premiere... read more

Network Honchos Survey the New TV Season

Nina Tassler, Kevin Reilly

The next few weeks will be rough for the networks, as they parse what works — and what doesn't — among this year's crop of new shows. We asked the five broadcast network heads, plus a few key cable bosses, to give us their thoughts on what will big on the small screen.

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Grey's Anatomy Sneak Peek: Derek's Alive, But Will He Return to the OR?

Patrick Dempsey

The good news: Derek is, in fact, alive! The Grey's Anatomy doc did survive the crash, but that doesn't mean he won't be going through difficult times upon his return to Seattle Grace.

Get the scoop on Grey's Anatomy and your other favorite returning fall TV shows

"I don't know if... read more

Parks and Recreation Scoop: Leslie's About to Get a Rude Awakening

Chris Pratt, Amy Poehler

What would Hillary Rodham Clinton do in Leslie Knope's situation?

When Parks and Recreation returns, the newly elected city councillor of the great city of Pawnee, Ind., may have to turn to her political idol for inspiration in order to deal with navigating the idiosyncrasies of small-town government, the increased responsibilities — seriously, rivers can't clean themselves, people! — and the unexpected stresses that come with her new position. But will Leslie Knope cope or crack?

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"She realizes really soon that... read more

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