Tia Carrere, Paul Ben-Victor
So this is what Stan (Paul Ben-Victor) has been up to on In Plain Sight.
After Marshall and Delia told Mary their suspicions about Stan's love life in last week's season premiere, fans will finally find out just what — and who — has been keeping the boss busy. In this exclusive first look from Friday's episode (10/9c, USA), it's revealed that...
David Mazouz and Kiefer Sutherland
Will Kiefer Sutherland always save the day?
Viewers who tuned into the premiere of his newest series Touch watched as his character Martin Bohm pieced together a puzzle indirectly given to him by his autistic son Jake (David Mazouz). By the end of the hour, Martin, like Sutherland's Jack Bauer, connected the dots in the nick of time, saving a young boy from a bomb, reuniting a grieving couple and leading a lottery winner to save a bunch of kids from a burning bus. But will each episode always end with...
January Jones and Jon Hamm
After an interminable 17-month hiatus, AMC's Mad Men is finally back! Because it's been so long since we last visited the offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, we'll be playing catch-up with the show's most important story lines all week before the show's two-hour premiere on Sunday, March 25 at 9/8c.
Up next: Will Betty's marriage last?...
Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin
Get ready, Studio 8H! 30 Rock will film a second live episode on April 26, star Alec Baldwin told Extra Wednesday.
Baldwin offered few other details about the episode, but here's hoping the half-hour comedy is able to lure back some of the guests from the first live show. Matt Damon reprised his role as pilot Carol, and...
Bent, David Walton and Amanda Peet
Blink and you might miss Bent, NBC's new romantic comedy, which premieres Wednesday at 9/8c. Although the series will only be on for three weeks of back-to-back new episodes, Bent actually deserves a closer look. The comedy, from Scrubs writer Tad Quill, follows a newly divorced, high-strung single mother (Amanda Peet) and the lackadaisical ladies' man she hires to re-do her kitchen (David Walton).
So what makes this half-hour comedy worth the investment? Here are five reasons to check out Bent: