Game of Thrones' Season 3 finale revealed yet another side to Tywin Lannister: politician, father and... wedding planner? That's right. Tywin (Charles Dance) is the mastermind behind the Red Wedding, aka the gruesome ambush and massacre of the Starks.
Shane Brennan knows a thing or two about building romantic tension on procedurals. He shepherded fan-favorite couple "Tiva" for several years on NCIS before teasing Kensi-Deeks fans weekly on NCIS: Los Angeles. And with his new TNT drama King & Maxwell, Brennan is at it again. Summer TV: Get scoop on the must-watch new shows"It's always intrigued me the way people of the opposite sex maneuver and negotiate their lives when they work together," Brennan tells TVGuide.com...
Howard argues with Howie. Heidi rolls her eyes. And Mel B? She just sits back in her chair with her arms folded, looking...Scary. Judging from our roundtable discussion in Los Angeles with the four panelists of America's Got Talent — returnees Howard Stern and Howie Mandel and newbies Heidi Klum and former Spice Girl Mel B — nobody's going to be singing "Kumbaya" this season. "Having the two ladies in the middle and the two Hs at the ends, it's working out great," says AGT host Nick Cannon later, at a separate photo shoot. "They've got great chemistry. They get along really well. And when they don't get along, it's even better, because it's so entertaining."
[SPOILERS! The following contains information from Game of Thrones' "The Rains of Castamere" episode. Read at your own risk!] Having a tough time coping with Game of Thrones' literal and emotional ambush? You're not alone.
Stefan is Silas' doppelganger? Katherine is now human? Bonnie is really dead? These are some of the questions we were asking ourselves at the end of The Vampire Diaries Season 4 finale.
Man, Shark Tank is so good — it stinks to see it leave for summer vacay. Fortunately, the ABC reality show about aspiring entrepreneurs will air two episodes back-to-back beginning at 8/7c on Friday, during which Mark Cuban will have a big confrontation with fellow Shark Kevin O'Leary.
"BURN IN HELL!!!" Screaming such murderous rage is all in a day's work for Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark, aka the angriest girl in Westeros. "When I read [that line] in the script, it was like, 'Ah, I'm moving up! I've got capital letters and a few exclamation marks,'" Williams tells TVGuide.com.
Neil Gaiman is a Whovian at heart, and it's never more clear than in the episodes he writes for Doctor Who.
Following the success of "The Doctor's Wife" two years ago, Gaiman returns with "Nightmare in Silver," which airs Saturday at 8/7c on BBC America. Showrunner Steven Moffat was able to lure back the award-winning writer with one succinct request: Make the Cybermen scary again.
Leaving the life of prostitution behind is no guarantee of happiness on Game of Thrones. One former whore recently paid the ultimate price for betraying her boss, and on Sunday's all-new episode (9/8c, HBO), Shae (Sibel Kekilli) is dealing with the bad news that her lover, the highborn Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) will marry the teenaged Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) for political reasons.
One Life to Live is getting crazy, folks.
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