David Giuntoli, Russell Hornsby
In Egyptian times, Hank would have been bowing down to Monroe. On Friday's Grimm (9/8c, NBC), Nick (David Giuntoli) and his friends learn that the ancient Egyptians thought that the Wesen were gods ...
The beast is coming back for a third — and hopefully final! — time on Law & Order: SVU.
Pablo Schreiber, who inspired many nightmares as serial rapist and Olivia's creepy captor William Lewis, will return to the NBC procedural for...
Benjamin Stockham as Marcus, David Walton
About a Boy's Will (David Walton) may not know much (read: anything) about parenting, but he sure knows a lot about the ladies.
So it only makes sense that on Tuesday's new episode (9/8c, NBC), Marcus (Benjamin Stockham) asks for Will's help when he wants to ...
Detective Amanda Rollins is about to hit her lowest point yet on Wednesday's episode of Law & Order: SVU (9/8c, NBC), and her portrayer, Kelli Giddish, is bracing for the worst.
"I've decided I'm not even going to check Twitter during it," Giddish tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "I want to see how much [the viewers] cheer for Rollins, how much they're disgusted by the things that she actually...
As if Severide didn't have enough to worry about on Chicago Fire, a nasty car wreck will put the weight of the world on his shoulders.
In this exclusive sneak peek from...
Detective Erin Lindsay sure gets around!
In addition to her weekly appearances on Chicago P.D. (Wednesdays, 10/9c, NBC), the character (played by Sophia Bush) popped up on last week's episode of Law & Order: SVU and...
Tom Haverford may have lost Rent-a-Swag, but a new career may not be far off!
When Tom (Aziz Ansari) and Ben (Adam Scott) go in search for corporate sponsors for an upcoming benefit concert during Thursday's Parks and Recreation (8:30/7:30c, NBC), Tom comes across...
Jones can't cheat her way out of this one!
On Tuesday's Chicago Fire (10/9c, NBC), Dawson's deceptive former classmate from the Academy joins the team as Truck 81's new candidate. However, Jones (Daisy Betts) quickly learns that fighting fires in real life is nothing like doing them in...
It all started with a regurgitated ear.
As Hannibal proved again and again in its first season, it's more capable than almost any other TV show of taking horrifying, gruesome images and turning them into something beautiful and interesting. In the case of the ear, that stomach-turning moment became much more powerful when Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) was revealed to be using it (and a serious case of encephalitis) to frame FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) for the series of murders Hannibal committed over the course of the first season.
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Unfortunately for Will, he put together the pieces too slowly and, in a great reversal from the Thomas Harris books and the films they inspired, took Hannibal's place on the other side of the prison bars at the Baltimore Hospital for the Criminally Insane. As Season 2 begins...