Nathan Fillion, James Brolin
Castle fans may want to clear their schedules on Monday, Feb. 25. That's the day viewers will finally meet Rick Castle's father!
Winter TV: Get the scoop on your favorite returning shows
Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actor James Brolin has been tapped to play the elder Castle, TVGuide.com has learned. Although details about his character and background are being shrouded in mystery, we do know that Brolin's character will figure into the second half of next month's two-parter...
After six seasons, 111 episodes, a backdoor pilot and a revolving door of men, Private Practice will go off the air Tuesday at 10/9c on ABC with Addison finally getting her happy ending: She's getting married to someone she loves — and won't cheat on. (Sorry, Derek!)
Private Practice's series finale to feature Addison's wedding
Addison Forbes Montgomery (Kate Walsh) is set to wed Jake Reilly (Benjamin Bratt), and actually will make it down the aisle. There will be no last-minute change-ups, snafus or curveballs as executive producer Shonda Rhimes has liked to throw at Private fans over the years. TVGuide.com was on set for the momentous occasion, where the cast waxed poetic on saying goodbye to the Oceanside Seaside Wellness group we've come to know and love over the years. What's next for Walsh & Co.? Will they cross over to Grey's Anatomy? And what has it been like saying goodbye? Get the scoop:
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the series finale of Fringe. Read at your own risk!]
Ever since the moment Peter was erased, Fringe fans had hoped the Fox series would eventually get back to the original timeline with the original Fringe Division we had come to know and love. With the remaining team in 2036 attempting to reset time in order to get rid of The Observers, the series finale proved that traveling back...
Leslie Hope has joined the cast of Revolution as... the President?
Even though there is no longer a United States, there is still a president in the NBC series...
Tony Goldwyn and Kerry Washington
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
President Fitzgerald Grant is less than a day out of his coma and he drops the dreaded "D" word!
That's right, Scandal's Commander in Chief (Tony Goldwyn) wants to do the unthinkable while in office: divorce his wife Mellie (Bellamy Young). Does Fitz's new lease on life mean he hopes to get back together with Olivia (Kerry Washington)? And seriously, can Scandal actually pull off a presidential divorce? TVGuide.com hit the set of Scandal during ABC's winter press tour to get the scoop!