Andrew J. West
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's The Walking Dead and the comic books that inspired it. Read at your own risk.]
"At the end of the day, no matter how much we may detest this ugly business...a man's gotta eat."
The Walking Dead's Season 5 premiere finally confirmed that the people of Terminus are indeed cannibals. But Sunday's episode revealed Gareth & Co. to be something else....
Cheryl Burke and Antonio Sabato Jr.
After 18 seasons on Dancing with the Stars, Cheryl Burke maintains that she's ready to pack it in... probably.
"As of now, it's still up in the air if I'm coming back or not. Contractually, my contract is over and there's other opportunities that have been out there for me," Burke, who has been on the show consecutively since Season 2, tells TVGuide.com. "Will it most likely be my last season? I would have to say yes."
Scott Michael Foster
Kristoff may be an iceman, but he doesn't have cold feet.
On Once Upon a Time, Scott Michael Foster plays the Frozen rogue who is engaged to marry Anna (Elizabeth Lail). And even though she decided to embark on a quest the day before the wedding, Kristoff not only encouraged that choice, he also helped her sneak away without telling her sister Elsa, Queen of Arendelle (Georgina Haig), until after the fact.
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 5 premiere of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.]
Well that didn't take long.
The Walking Dead's hotly anticipated Season 5 premiere wasted little time getting right into the action — and as a result, quickly paved the way for our band of survivors to escape Terminus, the presumed safe haven they arrived at last season only to be thrown into a train car. Although Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Glen (Steven Yeun) and Bob (Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) were pulled out of the train car to meet a grisly, throat-slitting fate, they...
Dominic West, Ruth Wilson
There are two sides to every story, and Showtime's provocative new drama The Affair aims to tell them both.
The series, debuting Sunday at 10/9c, uses a Roshomon-like technique to tell the stories of Noah Solloway (The Wire's Dominic West) and Allison Lockhart (Luther's Ruth Wilson), a pair who begin their titular adulterous romance during a summer in Montauk. Each person is recalling his or her version of events as part of a present-day framing device, and, naturally, there are significant differences depending on who is telling the story.
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"I'm interested in psychology and the way that people think about themselves and who they are versus who they want to be," executive producer Sarah Treem, who developed the series with In Treatment's Hagai Levi, tells TVGuide.com....
Tommy Chong, Peta Murgatroyd
Tommy Chong has a reputation to uphold.
It's 4:20 on the dot when Chong calls (10 minutes ahead of our scheduled interview time) to discuss his journey thus far on Season 19 of Dancing with the Stars — and, for a man who's parlayed several decades of pot jokes into a career, that can't be a coincidence.
Ages before Elsa hit Storybrooke, one resident already had a run-in with someone from Arendelle.
Sunday's Once Upon a Time (8/7c, ABC) uncovers more about David/Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) through a flashback in which he encounters Frozen's Anna (Elizabeth Lail), who has traveled to the Enchanted Forest to complete her parents' final quest. "We're going to go back even before what we've seen previously of David, when he was a shepherd," Dallas tells TVGuide.com...
Jonathan Jackson and Hayden Panettiere
[Warning: This story contain spoilers about Wednesday's episode of Nashville. Read at your own risk!]
Will she or won't she?
Wednesday's episode of Nashville ended with Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) on the fence about her once-steadfast decision to get an abortion. Will she change her mind now that it's more likely that the baby's father is Avery (Jonathan Jackson) and not Jeff Fordham (Oliver Hudson)?
Colin O'Donoghue, Jennifer Morrison
Storybrooke's so-called savior needs a little work.
On Sunday's Season 4 premiere of Once Upon a Time, town sheriff Emma (Jennifer Morrison) couldn't quite keep order when Frozen's ice queen Elsa (Georgina Haig) hit Storybrooke and unleashed one of her angst-driven snow monsters upon the unsuspecting populace. Unfortunately, Emma's attempts to tap into her own magical powers didn't even leave a dent in the chilly creature.