Joe Mantegna, Isabella Hoffman
It only took four years, but Joe Mantegna finally got his Criminal Minds wish.
"I've been campaigning to meet [Rossi's] ex-wives since we've established it in the third season," Mantegna tells TVGuide.com. "I've even campaigned for an episode where all three show up. How diverse would they be? I didn't want it to be like, you go to a play and they have a shotgun hanging ...
David Boreanaz, Marcia Cross, Thomas Gibson
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Bones baby: boy or girl? — Rita
ADAM: The show won't drag out the reveal — you will know whether the nursery will be pink or blue by Episode 2. (Booth won't exactly be thrilled by how and when he learns the news, especially since he wasn't even invited to the ultrasound!) And as for that nursery, there may not be one if Booth and Brennan can't get their acts together enough to decide where they want their family to live.
When will they actually face some consequences for covering up the murder of Gabby's step-father on Desperate Housewives? — Hailey
NATALIE: How's this for consequences? Bree will...
Relative newcomer Taylor Wily has become a familiar face on Hawaii Five-0, even if that face has been superimposed on the body of a shrimp.
The former sumo wrestler and Hawaii native plays Kamekona, an island local who sometimes acts as an informant for Five-0 when he's not pursuing his own entrepreneurial endeavors. His latest venture is running a shrimp truck, which is adorned with graphics of disconcerting Kamekona-shrimp hybrids. Using his own image has been one of Kamekona's marketing ploys since the beginning of the series when he printed his face on t-shirts to advertise his shave ice business.
The Walking Dead
[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 2 premiere of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.]
AMC's The Walking Dead has never been for the squeamish, so it should come as no surprise that the Season 2 premiere would attempt what executive producer Robert Kirkman calls "one of the grossest things we have ever come up with."
The Walking Dead looks for life after Frank Darabont
Led by Deputy Sherriff Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), the show's band of zombie-apocalypse survivors left Atlanta behind in hopeful search of a safe haven at an abandoned military fort. However, the gang was stalled as they reached a section of interstate that was blocked with abandoned vehicles. When Rick and Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) spotted a "herd" of walkers approaching, everyone quickly hid under cars until the mob had passed....