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Ray Donovan Season 2: Can Ray Fix Himself?

Liev Schreiber, Jon Voight

On the second season of Showtime's Ray DonovanLiev Schreiber's titular Hollywood fixer will have to find a way to fix his biggest problem: himself.

The drama's first season dealt primarily with Ray's complicated history with his father Mickey (Jon Voight), whom Ray eventually tried to have killed by Sully Sullivan (James Woods), one of Mickey's old Boston rivals. Although Mickey actually ended up killing Sully instead, the biggest twist of the first season revealed that Ray, like his brother Bunchy (Dash Mihok), had been sexually abused as a child by a priest.

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While the revelation helped color exactly why Ray carries so much hatred for Mickey, who failed to protect his son, it also provides fertile ground for the show to explore its main character in Season 2. "It was a big reveal and we need to deal with it and we do," executive producerAnn Biderman tells TVGuide.com... read more

Major Crimes Boss on Rusty's Big Confession: "It's About Him Being Honest"

Graham Patrick Martin

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Monday's episode of TNT's Major Crimes. Read at your own risk.] 

As Major Crimes' Rusty Beck learned on Monday's episode, keeping secrets can actually just lead to more pain.

The episode, which was told mostly from Rusty's point of view during a therapy session with Dr. Joe (Bill Brochtrup), featured a murder that implicated a foreign diplomat whose daughter, Lina (Rima Rajan), was set to wed the victim in an arranged marriage. Although the diplomat used his immunity to escape questioning and potential punishment, the real killer turned out to be Lina's American boyfriend, whom she had kept hidden from her parents.

Major Crimes: Will Rusty put his secrets behind him?

Realizing how Lina's secret had destroyed multiple lives, Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) finally decided to get past his own fears and tell the members of the squad his truth... read more

Major Crimes: Will Rusty Put His Secrets Behind Him?

Graham Patrick Martin

Secrets just can't seem to stay buried on Monday's episode of Major Crimes.

The episode (9/8c, TNT) finds the squad investigating a murder that implicates a foreign diplomat whose daughter Lina (Rima Rajan) was set to wed the victim in an arranged marriage. And as Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) watches Lina's struggle with the truth, he begins to once again wrestle with his own secrets. 

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"Rusty is one of those people who hates to deal with the personal side of his life," executive producer James Duff  tells TVGuide.com... read more

Californication Series Finale: Did Hank and Karen Get Their Happy Ending?

David Duchovny, Natascha McElhone

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's series finale of Californication. Read at your own risk.]

Californication's Hank Moody said it best on the Showtime comedy's series finale: "I'm a sucker for happy endings."

After seven seasons of breakups, breakdowns, and tons of drug- and alcohol-fueled bad behavior, the love story of Hank (David Duchovny) and Karen (Natascha McElhone) finally came to a close... read more

24's Michelle Fairley on the Latest Twist and That Game of Thrones Spoiler

Kiefer Sutherland, Michelle Fairley

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the most recent episode of 24: Live Another Day as well as possible future episodes of Game of Thrones. Read at your own risk.]

24: Live Another Day may have fooled audiences when the show "killed" President Heller, but this week's casualty is a goner for sure. 

After Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) and Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) were able to fake the death of President Heller (William Devane) by hacking into the video feed on the drone terrorist Margot Al-Harazi (Michelle Fairley) was using to target the leader of the free world, Margot honored her word to crash all her other drones and cease the attacks on London. However, when Margot realized she'd been tricked... read more

True Blood's Final Season: Where Were We and What's Next?

True Blood

Goodbyes suck!

True Blood returns for its seventh and final season Sunday (9/8c, HBO) and picks up just moments after most of the townspeople of Bon Temps gathered in support of the "One Vampire-One Human" movement that paired people up in exchange for clean blood and protection. But a horde of Hep-V-infected vamps were about to close in and surely cause chaos in the little backwoods parish. Sadly, you shouldn't expect everyone to survive the inevitable clash. It is the final season, after all!

So, what's in store for Sookie & Co. before the HBO fantasy drama meets its true death? TVGuide.com offers up this quick refresher on where we left off and a juicy tease about what to expect in the final season:

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Orange Is the New Black's Uzo Aduba on Crazy Eyes' Major Mommy Issues

Uzo Aduba

Before we met Orange Is the New Black's Suzanne Warren (Uzo Aduba), the sun was like a yellow grape. But throughout the Ntelfix drama's run, the eccentric inmate changed the way we look at things — from love poems and ice cream to how we judge those who seem a little different. And in Season 2, we finally got to see the world through Suzanne's "crazy" eyes.

Aduba spoke to TVGuide.com about Suzanne's troubled past, her relationship with Vee and what's next for our favorite garden rose.

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Rectify's Aden Young on Daniel's Innocence: "He's Not the Little Boy You Thought He Might Be"

Aden Young

The beginning of Rectify's second season once again finds Daniel (Aden Young) reemerging into the world. However, in contrast to his awestruck release from prison, when Daniel returns home following the attack in the cemetery, he will resurface a much more aggressive man.

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Fargo Finale: Why Lester and Malvo Can't Resist Each Other

Martin Freeman, Billy Bob Thornton

Fargo has come full circle.

When the dark comedy airs its season finale on Tuesday (10/9c, FX), Lorne Malvo (Billy Bob Thornton) and Lester Nygaard (Martin Freeman) will complete the dance they started with each other in the premiere. The drifter-hitman and milquetoast-turned-murderer had been apart for most of the season, but circumstances and hubris recently brought them back together for a fatal misadventure. read more

Finale Postmortem: Director Breaks Down the "Anti-Game of Thrones" Death

Charles Dance

[WARNING: The following contains spoilers from the Season 4 finale of Game of Thrones. Read at your own risk!]

Trust Game of Thrones to put its own sick twist on Father's Day.

On Sunday's big finale, several characters bit the dust, but no one died with less dignity than ... read more

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