[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk!]
Just because Rick has staged two somewhat successful attacks against Woodbury on The Walking Dead, that doesn't mean he is regaining his sanity. In fact, it's quite the opposite.
On Sunday's midseason return...
Ever since the curse was broken, it's been a hot topic up for discussion: When will the residents of Storybrooke find a way to return to fairy tale land?
As we saw earlier this season on Once Upon a Time, fairy tale land is no longer as magical as it once was. Now a desolate land overrun by ogres, it isn't really much of a home for Storybrooke townsfolk to go back to. Still, it won't stop them from trying — especially when they face a giant problem in this Sunday's episode, airing 8/7c on ABC.
Lightning Round 5: Once Upon a Time bosses answer your burning questions
Anton the giant (Jorge Garcia) returns this week, ready to wreak havoc after a case of mistaken identity sets him hellbent on destroying David (Josh Dallas). But it's David who just may be the key to getting our favorite fairy tale characters home. How's that, you ask? TVGuide.com turned to Dallas to find out:
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The Walking Dead kicks off the second half of its third season Sunday (10/9c, AMC), which marks the beginning of the end for former showrunner Glen Mazzara.
In late December, AMC announced that its megahit series — which drew a whopping 10.5 million viewers for its midseason finale — was renewed for a fourth season, but it would go on without Mazzara, who will be replaced by Dead writer Scott Gimple. This wasn't the first time that this has happened, either. Mazzara had actually replaced original showrunner Frank Darabont.
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Despite his exit, Mazzara is still promoting the show because of his work on the latter half of Season 3. Below, Mazzara discusses his exit, any regrets he may have and then teases the impending war between the prison and Woodbury. Lest we forget, Daryl (Norman Reedus) is in the clutches of the deranged Governor (David Morrissey), who just lost his eye, and Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is going crazy, literally:
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Friday's episode of CSI: NY may feature a side of Mac Taylor viewers don't see very often.
The episode— the conclusion of the CSI crossover event that began on the mothership series Wednesday — finds Mac (Gary Sinise) and D.B. Russell (CSI star Ted Danson) returning to New York to track down the people who have kidnapped Mac's girlfriend Christine (Megan Dodds). And given Mac's personal investment in this case, his desire for justice burns even hotter than usual.
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"Many times crossovers are really big, giant [events], not very personal stories to our team," executive producer Pam Veasey tells TVGuide.com. "But it's very personal to Mac. He [goes] a little bit rogue...
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With Seattle Grace thisclose to closing its doors, Dr. Cahill will be trying new ways to spruce up the joint in Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy (9/8c on ABC), which sees a potential buyer, a group called Pegasus, tour the hospital. One of those improvements — besides closing the ER — includes marketing the hospital with the face of one of its own doctors.
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Naturally, two of Seattle Grace's McHotties, Jackson (Jesse Williams) and Alex (Justin Chambers), will be first in line for that coveted position. "Jackson and Alex have...
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Will Belle get her memories back? Is a baby on the way for Snow White and Prince Charming?
Before Once Upon a Time faces a giant problem on Sunday (8/7c on ABC), TVGuide.com decided it's time for our fifth Lightning Round with the brain trust behind ABC's fairy-tale drama: executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis!
Lightning Round 3: 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, in which the producers had the option to answer, "Yes," "No" or "Can't Answer." Some of their answers, and possible non-answers, are pretty telling, so check them out below:
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Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to email@example.com or tweet them to @adam_bryant or @NatalieAbrams.
Does Jeannette being Ted's "final mistake" on How I Met Your Mother mean that she's his last girlfriend before we meet the mother? — Brian
ADAM: Yes, but before we get to her, Ted needs to resolve his feelings about Robin once and for all. Though executive producer Craig Thomas wouldn't pinpoint exactly when he'll accomplish that and thus, when we'll meet the mother, he insists that Robin and Barney's established wedding date — May 25, 2013 — will stick. And we all know who's performing at that wedding...
Please give us scoop from the Grey's Anatomy set! — Stacie
NATALIE: With the fate of Seattle Grace in jeopardy, it seems only natural that the doctors will fear for their jobs....