Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic
No wishy-washy "maybe" or "Give me time" from Kate Beckett. In the September 23 premiere of ABC's Castle, the detective (Stana Katic) will give Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) a definitive response to his marriage proposal.
Whatever her ...
Natalie Zea and Mike Vogel
She's had enough of playing the damsel in distress. In the wake of the brutal knife attack on her character Claire in the season finale of The Following, Natalie Zea will take on the ...
Wendie Malick, Alan Dale and Craig Ferguson
How do you pull off a fantastic wedding when your betrothed is rotting behind bars for tax evasion? We'll find out this season on TV Land's Hot in Cleveland as determined bride-to-be Victoria (Wendie Malick) pulls one wacky stunt after another to make her dream come true. "Victoria's had...
David Boreanaz, Ginnifer Goodwin
If you're in San Diego for this year's Comic-Con, catch me moderating panels with the producers and stars of ABC's Once Upon a Time and Fox's Bones. Here's a little tease of the new-season developments we'll be discussing for the first time.
After finally getting engaged in last season's Bones finale, Booth (David Boreanaz) had...
Jessica Pare, January Jones
With daughter Sally at boarding school, wife Megan seemingly headed to Los Angeles and Sterling Cooper & Partners mandating he take a leave of absence, Mad Men's Don Draper (Jon Hamm) is parting ways with some of the ladies in his complicated life. The actresses of the AMC drama, who were honored last month with Women in Film's Lucy Award for Excellence in Television, share their all-time top scenes with Don.
Castle fans have to wait until fall to find out if Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) chooses a marriage proposal from Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) over an enticing offer to join the FBI in Washington, D.C. But Katic is clear on what she hopes Beckett does. "If she drops the FBI gig, she's a loser," she says. "This is a modern woman's story, and I don't want to send the message that a woman has to choose love over a career. New York and D.C. are not that far apart, and Rick's a millionaire. They can travel. I think it would really be a big disservice to the character to create a job opportunity like this and let it peter out."
Eric McCormack and Judd Hirsch
Mr. McCormack, tell us about your mother. Three weeks after he caught Taxi vet Judd Hirsch playing the title role in an L.A. production of the play Freud's Last Session, Eric McCormack received a script for his TNT drama Perception that finds his character, Pierce, hallucinating conversations with the famed psychoanalyst. McCormack, also a producer on the series, immediately reached out to Hirsch to play the role in the August 27 episode.
Matt Jones and Charles Baker
When Breaking Bad returns for its final batch of episodes on August 11, the AMC series will boldly go where it hasn't gone before by paying homage to another TV classic.
"We have a scene in the premiere where Badger [Matt Jones] and Skinny Pete [Charles Baker] discuss their version of what would be the perfect Star Trek episode," says creator Vince Gilligan, himself a Trekker.
Melinda Page Hamilton
Following last season's amputation of Dr. Arizona Robbins's leg on Grey's Anatomy, characters with missing limbs will be introduced on three of Fox's upcoming series: the futuristic drama Almost Human, the military sitcom Enlisted and the thriller Sleepy Hollow (there's a headless horseman, remember?).
But Lifetime's Devious Maids gets a leg up on the competition with its militant one-legged Russian house manager, Odessa Burakov (Mad Men's Melinda Page Hamilton). "I played [the real Don Draper's widow] Anna Draper, who had a pronounced limp from polio," Hamilton says. "But this is my first time as a character with a prosthetic leg."