Tim Roth and Mekhi Phifer
The second-season finale of Lie to Me doesn't play as your typical cliffhanger, but it does bring about some big changes for the show. Chief among them: The departure of Mekhi Phifer's FBI agent Ben Reynolds from the series.
Executive producers and Season 3 showrunners Alex Cary and David Graziano made the decision to broaden their stories and character development.
Lie to Me taps new showrunner
"It hobbled us a bit," Cary tells TVGuide.com of the FBI's watchdog attachment to the Lightman Group. "It put Lightman [Tim Roth] into the sort of one-note position of having to roll his eyes. It became unsurprising, because we knew he was going to go and do whatever he wanted to do anyway."
"Lightman is like that kid in the back of class who used to sit with his feet up on the back of the desk and snarl at the teacher. He subverts authority and the FBI represents that," Graziano adds...
Jane Lynch expresses "deep concern" for Chris Harrison, who says she's the "worst secret-keeper ever." Chris Colfer vamps about his possible love interest in Glee's second season, leaving it to Lynch to "spill the beans."
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As much as Glee fans are looking forward to an all-Britney Spears episode this season, one person who isn't so into the idea is Mr. Schuester. "I am very anti-Britney in the show," says actor Matthew Morrison. Plus: Find out what artist and song the actor hopes to cover in a future episode, and learn the secret behind his signature 'do.
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Lea Michele says that before landing the role of Rachel Berry on Fox's Glee, she used to be regularly turned down for roles because of her ethnicity or because she wasn't pretty enough. Well, look at her now! Though the actress wouldn't tell us which Britney Spears songs she'll be singing on an upcoming all-Britney episode, she did share her nifty musical tattoo with us. Check it out in the video below:
Dying for the third season of Fringe to begin on Sept. 23? Well the folks at Fox feel your pain and have hooked up TV Guide Magazine with a couple of exclusive cast photos to make the two-week wait a little easier. So, behold the Bishop boys...
Laura Ziskin has a tough job — and not just as one of Hollywood's most successful producers.
Ziskin, a breast cancer survivor who produced the Spider-Man trilogy, Pretty Woman and the Academy Awards — twice — also co-created Stand Up to Cancer, a special that has to engage audiences while dealing with one of the most sensitive subjects imaginable.
"I joke that I have to make cancer entertaining," Ziskin tells TVGuide.com. "It's a tough challenge, but I'm up for it. And I can promise you our show will be entertaining."
Stand Up To Cancer fundraiser returning in September
Friday's telethon will focus on survivors — including celebrities who haven't spoken out ...
Jane Lynch and Matthew Morrison
Lots has happened to McKinley High's ragtag glee club over the summer. One original member of New Directions transferred to a new school. Quinn lost her baby weight. Finn and Rachel are still together, but Artie got dumped. So did Terri. And Coach Tanaka.
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The first day back at school brings even more surprises. In Glee's second season premiere, which Fox screened for a lucky crowd on Tuesday, Rachel will meet her new competition, Finn will bust a move for Coach Sue, Mr. Schu will make an unlikely ally, the football team will get to know ...