Stana Katic, Nathan Fillion
It was a long time coming, but Castle fans finally got the wedding they've been waiting for.
Of course, the big day couldn't happen without a little bit of drama. The quick version: Castle (Nathan Fillion), who's been having trouble sleeping, accompanies Beckett (Stana Katic) to a crime scene. Once there, he grabs hold of what we later learn to be a magical Incan artifact, and during a shootout, is transported to an alternate reality...
Person of Interest
All season the Person of Interest team has had to hide from Samaritan using false identities.
But in Tuesday's episode, the new person Root (Amy Acker) employs is sure to raise some eyebrows. In the exclusive sneak peek below, Finch (Michael Emerson) meets with Root in the park to discuss a problem...
The Walking Dead
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.]
Lots of secrets were spilled on Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead.
First, via flashbacks, viewers learned exactly why hardened soldier Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) came to be so rigid and driven. After his wife and kids witnessed first-hand just how deft a killing machine Abraham...
After years of will-they-won't-they stalling, numerous near-death experiences and one failed trip down the aisle, the detective duo at the center of ABC's Castle is finally getting married.
"Yes, yes it is going to happen," executive producer David Amann tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. Some fans may need that reassurance considering the Season 6 finale....
Laurie Metcalf, Niecy Nash, Alex Borstein
HBO's Getting On is the best show on TV you're not watching.
Adapted from the British series of the same name by Big Love co-creators Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer, the comedy stars Laurie Metcalf(Roseanne), Alex Borstein (MadTV, Family Guy) and Niecy Nash (Reno 911) as members of the medical staff at a geriatric extended care ward of fictitious Southern California hospital — a place where senior citizens go to die and the people who work there aren't sure what they're living for.
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Sure, that doesn't sound like a recipe for gut-busting laughter, which may be why HBO debuted the six-episode first season at the end of 2013 with little to no fanfare. "They didn't tell anyone that it was on!" Borstein tells TVGuide.com....
Jeff Daniels, Sam Waterston
Given the anticipatory hype that preceded the 2012 debut of HBO's The Newsroom, it would have been hard to predict that the Aaron Sorkindrama would end the way it is — with a truncated third and final season that begins Sunday.
After two up-and-down years — the first season was met with decidedly harsh reviews, while the second was received more warmly despite some persisting flaws —and a very tidy Season 2 finale, it seemed Sorkin might be ready to just move on to something else. But after negotiating with HBO and bringing The Office's Paul Lieberstein on board, Sorkin & Co. decided they weren't quite finished...
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[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Thursday's midseason premiere of Covert Affairs. Read at your own risk.]