When you find hot and heavy pictures of your fiancée with Derek Jeter, what do you do?
The logical answer might be to confront said fiancée. But if you're Partners' Joe (David Krumholtz), you tell your best friend Louis (Michael Urie) — as you've always done.
"That's just his...
American Idol singer Frenchie Davis. Mickey Mouse Club member Tony Lucca. The Voice has always been about giving talented singers a second chance at fame. Now, the show is giving its singers another second chance with a twist that could shake the game up in a big way: the Steal.
In the battle rounds, which kick off Monday at 8/7c on NBC, the coaches will have the opportunity to press their buttons once again — this time to steal a singer from another coach after that singer has lost their battle. "I have to say as a naturalized American, what the country is all about is second chances. And this is a second chance for people," executive producer Mark Burnett tells TVGuide.com. "When they hit those buttons and the lights come on, it's like, 'Wow!' I've been doing this long enough that I know when I see something magical happen."
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The Steal comes after the early eliminations of front-runners like Niki Dawson in
Monday's episode of Revolution will claim the show's first victim.
The latest promo for NBC's new drama dropped the news that one member of our motley crew won't make it out of the episode alive. "Obviously, it's not Charlie [Tracy Spiridakos]," executive producer David Rambo tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. And although there are some clues as to who may be taking a dirt nap, Rambo believes the death will have a significant impact.
Jennifer Carpenter, Michael C. Hall
Despite weaving a web of lies in order to protect his sister in the Dexter premiere, Dexter's secret came tumbling out after Deb uncovered a pile of evidence — including his infamous blood slides and the Ice Truck Killer hand — in his apartment.
Dexter Postmortem: Now that Deb knows, what's next?
Now that Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) knows the truth, she'll be faced with the realization that Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is not only a serial killer, but is likely the famed Bay Harbor Butcher. How will Deb respond? TVGuide.com turned to Carpenter to get the scoop on what's in store for her during this trying season.
Deb has uncovered everything! What's her first reaction in the second episode?
Jennifer Carpenter: I think audiences...
After we got a brief taste of what's in store for the second season of American Horror Story earlier this week, a new promo offers an even closer look at this season's lovers, sinners and saints.
This year, the action takes place in Briarcliff, an asylum run by Sister Jude (Jessica Lange) and Monsignor Timothy Howard (Joseph Fiennes). But based on their sadistic treatment of their damaged, "sinful" inmates (including Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson), these two are hardly saints.
The trailer also teases...
Jane Krakowski and Tina Fey
The Big Bang Theory claimed another victory Thursday, while 30 Rock kicked off its final season on a low note.
Leading off NBC's night, 30 Rock nabbed 3.4 million viewers and a 1.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, off of what Community's season premiere (3.9 million, 1.7) delivered in the slot last year. Up All Night (3.1 million, 1.4) and The Office (4.1 million, 2.1) held steady, while ...
Stana Katic, Nathan Fillion
We know Richard Castle will do anything for his partner/muse/lover Detective Beckett. But on Monday's episode of Castle (10/9c, ABC), that might (literally) cost him a lot.
Exclusive: Castle recruits Star Trek alum for Comic-Con episode
The Storage Wars-inspired episode, titled "Secret's Safe with Me," finds Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) looking into the auction of a storage unit that may be connected to a woman's murder. There's just one problem: Beckett doesn't have enough time to get a warrant, so the only way to protect what may be key evidence is for Castle to join in on the bidding...