The Walking Dead books an appointment for revenge at Grady Memorial Hospital in the show's midseason finale (airing Sunday, Nov. 30 at 9/8c on AMC). The fight is led by Daryl (Norman Reedus), who is especially driven to rescue his two beloved allies — Beth (Emily Kinney) and Carol (Melissa McBride) — being held captive by the hospital's menacing police brigade. "He's ready to just burn the place down," Reedus says. "It's a different world now, and certain people have gone so dark that you have to put down the rabid ones in order to survive."
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Scandal scoop, please! I can't believe Olivia is gone again! — Beth
You and me both! Even though Liv obviously didn't leave by choice this time, don't be surprised by the profundity of Fitz's desperation as he debates whether to go to war with West Angola to save her. "It will potentially destroy Fitz again," Tony Goldwyn tells us. "How much more can a man take? This will really test him. The stakes are unbelievably high and I can say that it will be scary."
Any Hawaii Five-0 intel? — Chris
Did you think that the show forgot that Danny killed his brother's murderer? Nope. "There's going to be a price to pay for what [Danny] did," executive producer Peter Lenkov says...
CSI is losing another veteran team member.
George Eads, who has played the role of CSI Nick Stokes since the series' pilot, will exit the show at the conclusion of the current season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Sources say Eads' departure was amicable and that his character's exit will be connected to the resolution of the Gig Harbor Killer case. However, it remains unclear...
Te Jay, Timothy
Tim and Te Jay were definitely not in pole position on The Amazing Race. Instead, the college sweethearts were felled by a greased pole, when they attempted the Maltese game gostra to no avail and switched Detours a little too late. "We really thought we could do it," Tim tells TVGuide.com. "During the episode, you see both of us very excited and confident. That's why we kept going." Do they regret not changing sooner? Find out below — and see what Te Jay's mom thinks now that she sees they're not just roommates.
As The Walking Dead lurched toward its Season 5 midpoint, multiple characters were forced to consider how much they could trust those in their company.
And, as is almost always the case, the answer was...not very much.
The Walking Dead recap: Is another war coming?
Sunday's episode featured Rick (Andrew Lincoln) & Co. planning another trip into Atlanta to rescue Beth (Emily Kinney) and Carol (Melissa McBride) from the gang at Grady Memorial — and leaving Carl (Chandler Riggs), Judith and Michonne (Danai Gurira) behind at the church with Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam). Meanwhile, Beth did her best to keep Carol alive at the hospital and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and his group tried to pull things back together in the wake of Eugene's admission about D.C.
So, who proved trustworthy? Let's break it all down...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Thursday's midseason finale of How to Get Away with Murder. Read at your own risk.]
What happens when your family abandons you for Thanksgiving?
On Sunday's Bob's Burgers (9:30/8:30c, Fox), Tina and the kids leave Bob behind to attend the First Annual Fischoeder Turk-tacular Turkey Town Festival — a new event that features a running of the turkeys (similar to the running of the bulls in Pamplona, just more delicious afterwards), among other fun activities.
Gotham viewers are about to see a whole new side of Alfred Pennyworth.
On Monday's midseason finale (8/7c, Fox) Alfred (Sean Pertwee) will have to go above and beyond his typical butler duties when assassins storm Wayne Manor looking for new houseguest Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova). Despite Alfred's best efforts, however, Selina and Bruce (David Mazouz) wind up alone in Gotham — forcing Alfred to turn to the police for help...
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[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Thursday's midseason finale of Scandal. Read at your own risk.]