Sarah Wayne Callies and Andrew Lincoln
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the upcoming season of The Walking Dead as well as the comics that inspired the AMC series. Read at your own risk.]
The prison setting for the third season of The Walking Dead may offer Rick (Andrew Lincoln) & Co. some semblance of safety, but if the group ever expects to survive, the group's new dictator — or Ricktator — must first get his own house in order.
The Walking Dead's season premiere date, trailer and 8 more tidbits from the Comic-Con panel
At the end of Season 2, Rick's wife Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) pulled a Lady MacBeth and essentially told him to kill Shane (Jon Bernthal), lest the group fall victim to his increasingly manic, dangerous behavior. However, once Rick murdered Shane — whose zombie reincarnation was then killed by Rick's son Carl (Chandler Riggs) — Lori turned her back on him. What does this mean for the "first family" of the survivors?
"Part of that horror you saw in that last episode was revulsion in her part in that," executive producer Glen Mazzara explains. "I think she...
Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson
As Fringe prepares to launch its fifth and final season, speculation runs wild on how the Fringe Division — or what's left of it in 2036 — will be able to save the world from the Observers, who run rampant in the future after enslaving humanity back in 2016.
"It's the worst position they've ever been in," executive producer J.H. Wyman tells TVGuide.com. "Just by the very nature of an Observer, they think much faster than you, they have abilities that you do not have. They just know more about everything, about time and space. They're going to have to really get it together to beat these guys."
Comic-Con: 8 Things to know about Fringe's fifth and final season (It's in the future!)
To refresh, the show trekked to 2036 in Season 4's 19th episode, "Letters of Transit," in which...
Anna Torv, Gary Sinise, Emily VanCamp
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I'm in denial that it's the final season of Fringe. Give me scoop to help me cope. Please? —Chris
NATALIE: Peter and his daughter Henrietta reunited last season, but her run-in with her mom Olivia will surprise you. "It takes on a slightly different flavor than I think you would anticipate," Joshua Jackson tells us, noting that it will happen very quickly in the season premiere. The real question executive producer J.H. Wyman wants fans to ponder is: What happened to the Fringe team the day the Observers arrived? "How did they get in amber? How did Olivia and Peter and everyone get separated? Why were they all together? Why was Bell there? The history will surprise you when you realize there's a lot of emotions going on for reasons that you don't know yet, but you will."
Heard anything about the new season of CSI: NY? —Jonny
ADAM: I hear the new season is...
When Homeland returns to Showtime in September, one thing will be missing: Carrie's memory.
That's right, Carrie's (Claire Danes) trip to electroshock therapy will have suppressed her sudden realization that Brody (Damian Lewis) once said "Issa," the name of Abu Nazir's son, in his sleep. That information helped her piece together Brody's revenge-based motive for betraying his country. Still, that's not to say those memories won't surface sometime during the second season of the Golden Globe-winning series.
Comic-Con: 5 things we learned from Homeland's Season 2 trailer
After Showtime previewed a first look at Season 2 at Comic-Con on Thursday, TVGuide.com caught up with executive producer Howard Gordon to dissect the surprising new images, including Carrie's memory loss and Brody's new position of power. Get the scoop:
The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory's Howard has boldly gone where few men have gone before, but it turns out he won't be so bold during his time in orbit. In fact, he'll be bullied even in space.
After blasting off in the season finale, Howard (Simon Helberg) will still be orbiting Earth when the series returns this fall. But it won't be the fun trip Fruit Loops was hoping for. "I don't know if he's going to be that well-adjusted when we come back," Helberg told TVGuide.com following Friday's Comic-Con panel. "From what I hear, he gets...
Alex O'Loughlin, Ellen Pompeo, Stana Katic
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Got any Hawaii Five-0 scoop not related to McGarrett's mom? — Melissa
ADAM: You mean you don't want to know that McGarrett's recently MIA galpal Catherine shamelessly flirts with a witness protection agent to get details on Mama McGarrett's whereabouts? OK, fine: I also hear that Ed Asner's art collector/smuggler August March will be back this season. McGarrett will call on him when a band of armed thieves knock over a years-old art gallery and make off with a couple of priceless paintings. However, the simple heist eventually gives way to a kidnapping, a hostage situation and a deadly shootout.
Please tell me you have something, anything on Grey's Anatomy! — Jackie
NATALIE: Among the new castings for the season premiere — besides two new docs, a couple of medical professionals and a new resident — are...
Get ready for another superhero series!
This fall on The CW's Arrow, fans will get to follow the exploits of DC Comics' Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), a playboy who spent five years on a deserted island after a horrific boating accident. The prodigal son will return home and use the alias Green Arrow, a superhero who's super handy with a bow and arrow, to save his precious Star City from the criminals who lie in wait. Arrow has all the trademarks of a great superhero series, including a lost love — Katie Cassidy as Dinah "Laurel" Lance — and the loss of a, spoiler alert, parental figure.
VIDEO: Check out a first look at Arrow
With the premiere of Arrow, The CW has the chance to once again be the home to a long-running superhero series that will not only attract Smallville followers, but also comic book aficionados and fanboys — and even fangirls! — alike. But — and this is a big but — the writers behind Arrow need to adhere to certain rules in hero series as to not make the same mistakes of the past. Therefore, we've created a list of things that Arrow should and shouldn't do in order to be successful based on tried-and-true heroic formats:
Sarah Carter, Drew Roy, Jessy Schram
Aliens may have invaded the Earth, but that doesn't mean life can't go on — and with it, the blossoming of young love.
This Sunday's episode of Falling Skies will explore the intense relationship between Hal (Drew Roy) and Maggie (Sarah Carter) that has developed over the last three months while they were out on high-risk scouting missions. Staring into the face of death, Hal will finally realize how much Maggie means to him, especially considering he already lost his first love Karen (Jessy Schram). Will Maggie return his feelings? Will that even matter when — dun, dun, dunnnn — Karen returns in an upcoming episode? TVGuide.com turned to Roy to get the scoop on this post-apocalyptic love triangle: