Tom Mison, Viola Davis, Grant Gustin
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I'm worried about Irving on Sleepy Hollow? Is he going to be OK? — Heather
Actually, it turns out that selling your soul to the Horseman of War isn't all bad. "There's part of signing that contract that does work in his favor," executive producer Len Wiseman says. "As dark as that is, there's something in the offer that's quite hard to turn down. It is something that his character is going to have to struggle with because the temptation is not an easy one to turn his back on."
Do you have any How to Get Away with Murder scoop? — Beth
On Thursday's episode, we'll learn all about Connor and "find out why he's such a player," executive producer Peter Nowalk tells us....
Live from New York! It's Prince and Chris Rock!
NBC announced Tuesday that the Holy Purple One, and the comic famous for his impersonation of the music legend, will appear on Saturday Night Live on Nov. 1 as the musical guest and host, respectively.
Former NBC Entertainment (and ex-The WB) president Garth Ancier was visiting the Saturday Night Live writers' room last weekend when he ran into another guest: Seth Rogen.
Ancier was the NBC exec who canceled critical fave Freaks and Geeks in 2000 after 12 episodes (18 were actually produced in total) due to low ratings. Freaks and Geeks went on to cult status ...
Mariska Hargitay, Peter Gallagher
So much for a meet-cute!
On Wednesday's new episode of Law & Order: SVU (9/8c, NBC), Covert Affairs' Peter Gallagher makes his debut as Williams Dodds, the new deputy chief of SVU, and ...
NBC's hit comedy About a Boy returns Tuesday at 9:30/8:30c, and no one is more excited for the show's second season than star David Walton. After all, this is his first time.
"This is my first Season 2 experience, and I really like it," he tells TVGuide.com. "It's just nice to be employed."
Despite his talent, good looks and charm, Walton is quite familiar with the alternative of not having a gig. Over the past decade, he has starred on six failed network TV shows (Cracking Up, Heist, Quarterlife, 100 Questions, Perfect Couples and Bent) before finding success on...
Casey Wilson, Ken Marino
If you call Marry Me, NBC's new sitcom, Happy Endings: The Year of Penny, Casey Wilson isn't going to stop you.
"It's flattering. I loved doing the show and I'm so happy that people who watched Happy Endings loved it so much," Wilson tells TVGuide.com. "There weren't a lot of them!"
Fall TV: Must-see new shows
On Marry Me (premieres Tuesday, 9/8c), Wilson plays Annie, who unknowingly ruins her longtime boyfriend Jake's (Ken Marino) proposal by going on a hysterical tirade while he's on bended knee — not to mention with ...
Ken Marino, Casey Wilson
Some of us just get on a knee and ask our girlfriends to marry us like normal people. Other people take advantage of a new television show about being engaged to stage a ridiculously elaborate marriage proposal for all the world to see. Show-offs.
It looks like football fans can expect some fireworks at the next Super Bowl, and we're not talking about the game.
Katy Perry is set to perform at...
David Giuntoli, Matt Ryan
NBC kicks off two hours of creepy goodness this fall on its new genre Friday night.
Beginning Oct. 24, the network's monster drama Grimm kicks off the night at 9/8c with Nick (David Giuntoli) reeling from having his Grimm powers stolen from him when he had sex with who he thought was his girlfriend but was actually a Hexenbiest in disguise. Oops!