Beyond the Fringe, DC Comics
He may have evaporated at the end of last season, but that doesn't mean Fringe's Peter Bishop is a man of leisure out in the ether. While Cortexi-fans have been waiting to see just how Peter plays into the new season (starting this Friday at 9/8c on Fox), his portrayer, Josh Jackson, has been busy working in an alt-world of a different kind: Comic books.
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Jackson recently penned "Beyond the Fringe" for the latest issue of the show-inspired comic book, which is available for digital download at the DC Comics website or their mobile app starting today at 2pm ET. But if the idea of waiting 'til then has you twitchier than a shapeshifter after a plate of jalapenos, we have exclusive previews...
She lies. She cheats. She poisons. Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) intends to take down those who ruined her father's life. But will viewers cheer on this vengeful vamp?
"These people have done horrible, horrible things and I think people will probably enjoy watching mean, rich people who've done horrible things go down," VanCamp tells TVGuide.com of her new series Revenge. "I hope people will root for her...
Marg Helgenberger, Ted Danson
Over the summer, veteran CBS procedural CSI had the unenviable task of replacing its series lead for the second time in three seasons. And while a number of stars' names were bandied about, executive producers Carol Mendelsohn and Don McGill could think of only one man to follow in the footsteps of Laurence Fishburne and William Petersen: Ted Danson.
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"He's able to do so many things. He's such a smart actor," McGill tells TVGuide.com. "We sort of had a rough idea of what this character of D.B. Russell was. Then, when we saw Ted's name and thought he might be available, I think we both just sparked. He was the guy that we were thinking about."
Still, many found Danson's casting a bit surprising....
Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Modern Family's family is about to get bigger. At the end of Season 2, Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) decided they wanted to adopt another child. And if you thought that was just a sentimental aside, you think wrong!
Executive producers Christopher Lloyd and Steve Levitan say the third season of ABC's Emmy-winning comedy will explore the lengths the couple will go to get another child. "If last season was about [the families] growing up, this season is about them growing," Lloyd tells TVGuide.com, revealing that Cam and Mitchell want a baby boy since they already have a girl in Lily.
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Most people would be wary to begin a series in its 13th season. Most people would be nervous to join a cast after the exit of a high-profile star. Kelli Giddish is not most people.
"I couldn't feel better about it. ... There's no intimidation," Giddish tells TVGuide.com of jumping onboard Law & Order: SVU. "What attracted me was the prospect of re-invigorating a franchise that's been so well-known and so well-liked, and then to be the shaker and mover."
Giddish is one of two fresh faces in the 16th District's SVU team this season, which also sees the departure of longtime showrunner Neal Baer and the exit of star Christopher Meloni. "They've lost a close family member and that's very, very obvious. The writers are not...
Hugh Laurie, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Cory Monteith
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L.A. Reid, Nicole Scherzinger, Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell
Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul judging thousands of aspiring singers, some of whom will make your ears bleed? Sounds like American Idol redux. At first glance, there isn't a ton separating Cowell's new music competition show, The X Factor, from its predecessors — until you stack up the details. Then Cowell's master plan for music show domination becomes all too clear.
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In advance of Wednesday's premiere (8/7c on Fox), Cowell and the other X Factor judges help explain the five biggest ways in which their show will crush the competition.
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