Alexandra Breckenridge, American Horror Story
Glee bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are used to making audiences cheer, but Wednesday night they did their best to make them cringe with the premiere of FX's American Horror Story. We want to know what you thought of this show — and what you think of every new series this season.
Remember how we were first introduced to Reese (Jim Caviezel) in Person of Interest? Just him and his ladylove cavorting between the sheets during happier, clean-shaven times.
His present-day voiceover, of course, was less happy: "When you find that one person who connects you to the world, you become someone different, someone better. When that person is taken from you? What do you become then?"
But was she really taken from him?
Jess may be heartbroken, but one of her friends is ready to jump back into the dating scene. Party Down alum Lizzy Caplan will romance one of the New Girl's roommates in a multi-episode arc, TVLine reports.
Caplan, 29, will appear in three episodes as Julia, a love interest for...
The Walking Dead, True Blood, Supernatural
Historically, horror hasn't scared up a great track record on TV. Supernatural series? Yes. Terrifying ones? No. The good news for FX, which on Wednesday launches American Horror Story, is that audiences seem to be growing braver. Millions have dared to peek out from behind their fingers, making hits out of The Walking Dead and True Blood. Even when Nip/Tuck dipped its scalpels into overt horror -- terrorizing us with sadistic serial killer The Carver -- it drew record numbers to FX.
But do viewers have the stomach for a haunted house dreamed up by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, who gave us both Glee and Nip/Tuck?
Olivia Wilde, Nina Dobrev, Zooey Deschanel
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Now that Cuddy is gone, who is going to be the new dean of medicine on House? — Melissa
ADAM: Like I'd tell you! I've been sworn to secrecy, but check back here after Monday's episode for a Q&A with the actor in question. In the meantime, I can tell you for sure it won't be Thirteen, who's only slated to appear in one episode this fall. "She may be back again later in the year. It all depends on a number of things," creator David Shore tells us. "But it is a goodbye."
Will Elena ever admit to the chemistry she and Damon share on The Vampire Diaries? — Laura
NATALIE: She may not, but her friends will certainly catch on to their budding passions...
Happy Endings had all the ingredients for a quick midseason burn-off show: It premiered in April in a 10 p.m. time slot with back-to-back episodes that aired out of order. But the sharp-tongued, pop culture-referencing sitcom soon developed a devoted following to earn a surprising renewal. "I think it was the fifth episode where I was Max's beard and Penny dated [the guy named] Hitler that it started clicking," Eliza Coupe, who plays Jane, tells TVGuide.com. "It was such a well-written episode. I felt like that was when people got into it." See what else the actress has to say about the show's "amazing" (or is it "a-mah-zing"?) fans, why Brad and Jane are not the Drapers, and Jane's quest this week to find her egg baby — the child she believes was conceived from an egg she donated in college.
NCIS: Los Angeles
Change is coming to NCIS: Los Angeles.
In Tuesday's episode (9/8c, CBS), Sam (LL Cool J) is tasked with finding hidden explosives before they detonate. But he won't be working with Callen (Chris O'Donnell). Instead, he'll head into the field with Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen).
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The results? Hilarity, and possibly disaster, Olsen tells TVGuide.com. "Hunter [Claire Forlani] is the catalyst for most of the disasters early on this season," he says. "She decides it's in her best interest to switch up the partnering."
Although Olsen says all of the NCIS agents are unhappy about the switch, he admits there is a lot of fun in Sam and Deeks' odd-couple pairing...
Ron Zeitz and Bill Smith
Flight attendants and domestic partners Ron Zeitz and Bill Smith started Leg 2 of The Amazing Race 19 in last place and stayed there, eventually becoming the second team axed in the show's first double elimination. Their fate was sealed when they were one of the eight teams who missed the additional clue at the orphanage, but the bad luck started with not one, but two bad cab drivers. Find out what you didn't see on the episode and what they think of the extra clue hidden in plain sight.