Scott Foley, Guillermo Diaz
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
If you are not currently bawling your eyes out over Huck's huge misfortune, then you have no soul.
This week's Scandal revealed the truth about Huck's (Guillermo Diaz) background, and exactly what "Seven Fifty-Two," the episode's title, actually means. It turns out...
Miranda Bailey has, and always will be, the heart of Seattle Grace Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, but her future at the stalwart establishment will be called into question during Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy.
Last week, three of Bailey's patients developed an unknown infection that lead to at least two deaths. Initially, it was thought to be Leah's (Tessa Ferrer) fault, but it turns out Bailey (Chandra Wilson) is to blame. Now placed on suspension, Bailey must undergo a CDC investigation that could cost the doctor her job. How will Bailey deal with this pressure? TVGuide.com turned to Wilson to get the scoop on that and the upcoming season finale:
Kerry Washington and Guillermo Diaz
No one, we repeat, no one messes with Huck.
Olivia Pope's go-to former CIA agent-turned-techie has certainly been through enough this season on Scandal (See: Being framed for the assassination attempt on the President). But following the incident at the storage warehouse — in which Charlie (George Newbern) knocked him out and locked him in a crate — we'll see a more vulnerable side to Huck (Guillermo Diaz) that we only got a glimpse of after the government tortured him.
Torchwood's John Barrowman to guest-star on Scandal
"Seven Fifty-Two," the mysterious name of Thursday's episode (10/9c on ABC), will take a trip into Huck's past before his life with Pope and Associates. But what does 752 actually mean? And how does Fringe's Jasika Nicole, who booked a top secret guest-starring role in the episode, factor into it? TVGuide.com caught up with Diaz to get the scoop on the emotional hour:
We all miss Jean-Ralphio — but Tom has found a way around that.
After hiring his twin sister Mona-Lisa Saperstein (Jenny Slate) at Rent-a-Swag on Parks and Recreation, Tom (Aziz Ansari) has decided to mix business with pleasure, 'natch. But he may come to learn that you really shouldn't dip your pen in the company ink. Check out an exclusive sneak peek of Thursday's all-new Parks to get a glimpse at their, ahem, interesting relationship:
Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards and David Ramsey
Arrow fans are in for the ride of their lives as the ultimate showdown between Oliver (Stephen Amell) and the Dark Archer (John Barrowman), as well as the unveiling of the Undertaking, grows closer. Will Oliver be able to save Starling City? Will his identity be revealed? There are many questions before the series returns Wednesday (8/7 on The CW), which is why TVGuide.com sat down with both Amell and Emily Bett Rickards, who portrays go-to IT gal Felicity Smoak, to get the scoop on what's in store for the rest of the CW super series' season:
Josh Charles, Lana Parrilla and Josh Radnor
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I cannot wait for The Good Wife season finale, especially after that hot promo! What can you tell us? — Rachael
ADAM: Will plays a huge part in the episode, and not just because the Bad Boy of Chicago is locking lips with the Good Wife. When Will, Alicia and Diane try a case of possible election fraud on the eve of the governor's race, Will ultimately ends up with the power to determine the winner. Will he choose the powerful husband of one of his firm's partners? Or will he screw over the guy that kinda stole his girl (twice!)? That's for us to know and you to find out on Sunday.
Got any more scoop on the Once Upon a Time finale? —Michelle
NATALIE: Stay tuned, my friend. It's...
Nashville has landed a major country star for its season finale — and we're not talking about Rayna James.
Brad Paisley will appear as himself in the finale, TVGuide.com has confirmed. As...
Ellen Pompeo, Chandra Wilson and Sandra Oh
A storm is brewing on Grey's Anatomy. Literally.
Although an initial report suggested there wouldn't be a large-scale disaster in the finale, executive producer Shonda Rhimes recently tweeted that the writers have changed their plans for the season-ender — and she wasn't kidding.
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TVGuide.com has learned that...
Once Upon A Time
Is Henry doomed because of the prophecy? Will Emma finally confront Neal?
As Once Upon a Time returns for its final run of Season 2 episodes on Sunday (8/7c on ABC), TVGuide.com decided it's time for our seventh Lightning Round with the brain trust behind ABC's fairy-tale drama: executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis.
Lightning Round 6: Once Upon a Time bosses answer your burning questions
We grabbed your fan questions off Twitter and hit up Horowitz and Kitsis for a quick round of scoop — but this time, there's a twist! In addition to the producers being able to answer "Yes," "No" or "Can't Answer," our finale edition of Lightning Round enables them to also answer "Next Season." Some of their answers, and possible non-answers, are pretty telling, so check them out below: