The Walking Dead
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers about AMC's The Walking Dead and the comic book series it originated from.]
AMC may have just spoiled what might turn out to be the worst-kept TV secret of 2012.
On the AMC website early Thursday, The Walking Dead's second season limited edition Blu-ray set was being promoted. One problem: The item's description included a major spoiler, touting that the bonus features include...
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Did Quinn die on Glee? — Kathy
NATALIE: Well, probably not. If Quinn was dead, wouldn't they be looking to cast an undertaker instead of a wedding planner? It's up to you decide if Ohio's premier knot-tying expert, who's described as more lumberjack than Jennifer Lopez, is coming to Lima to help Finn and Rachel pick out a chuppah or to find the most sanitary caterer in the Buckeye State for Will and Emma. Either way, you should probably start sending your requests for wedding-themed songs to Ryan Murphy pronto.
Is there any reason to hope Castle and Beckett will hook up this season on Castle? — Elizabeth
ADAM: Hope springs eternal, Elizabeth, especially after...
Sorry, Huddy fans: Lisa Edelstein will not be returning to House before the series checks out on May 21, TVLine.com reports.
Edelstein, who played House's boss and love interest, Cuddy, left the Fox medical drama...
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Sixteen days down the Boiuna, and the determined folks looking for Dr. Emmet Cole in the Amazon have already been assaulted by cockroach storms, the creepy dolls of a dead girl, el corpo seco, spontaneous blindness, and a hanging man who can't die.
But the really freaky stuff isn't going to come from outside of the Magus for much longer.
Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson
Olivia has been kidnapped. Peter still hasn't found a way home. And David Robert Jones is running amok in both universes.
These are just a few of the problems the Fringe crew faces in this week's new episode, "The End of All Things" — which also happens to be the final episode for nearly a month. As Peter (Joshua Jackson) attempts to recover his lost love — new timeline Olivia (Anna Torv), to be clear — he'll come face-to-face with the man who once saved his life: the mysterious Observer known as September (Michael Cerveris), who will offer up a wealth of answers as to who the Observers truly are. Here are five teases from Friday's episode to whet your appetite:
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Richard's had a rough year on Grey's Anatomy already having taken the fall for Meredith and stepped down as Chief of Seattle Grace. Now Adele's illness may pull him from the hospital altogether.
"Adele's Alzheimer's is progressively getting worse," James Pickens Jr. tells TVGuide.com. "It's obvious now that the Alzheimer's is making her a danger to...