Emily Deschanel, Emilia Clarke, Elisabeth Moss
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Any more teasers about the Bones finale? I'm still hoping for a proposal after Monday's visit to the diamond shop! — Bridget
ADAM: While last year's finale cast Brennan under suspicion, this season-ender may have some raising eyebrows about Booth. "There is a connection to Booth's past," executive producer Stephen Nathan says about the case in the finale. "We find out about some of his work at the FBI that we didn't know about. And it appears as if the victims have a close connection to Booth." So is Booth dirty or is this the work of the returning Pelant? Time will tell. As to the to the more bling-y part of your question: "The notion of marriage is again brought up in the finale," Nathan teases. "If you thought the pot was stirred [this week], the pot... overflows and messes up the kitchen floor in the season finale." Sounds like marriage to me!
Give me Game of Thrones scoop now or I'll sic my dragon on you. — Chet
NATALIE: One unlucky bastard...
Is Arrow's Oliver getting a new sidekick?
Ever since the CW show introduced the character of Roy Harper (Colton Haynes), fans have been wondering when (and if) he'll assume the Speedy identity of DC Comics lore. This week's episode (Wednesday at 8/7c, the CW) may bring the thieving lad one step closer to that eventuality when he's abducted by The Savior (Christopher Redman), a dangerous vigilante who is attempting to make the criminals of The Glades pay for their sins against the slums. Will Oliver (Stephen Amell) be able to save Roy? And how will Roy's brush with death change him? TVGuide.com turned to Haynes to get the scoop:
Get ready to hear the Lannisters roar.
If the Starks are Game of Thrones' heroes, then the Lannisters are the series' villains -- even though we all admit to loving Tyrion, yes? Before diving into the Season 3 premiere on Sunday (9/8c, HBO), here's a check-in with those solvent Lannisters to see where we left off and what's next.
Will Rick and the prison gang survive The Governor's onslaught on The Walking Dead?
That question will hopefully be answered in the show's Season 3 finale (Sunday at 9/8c, AMC). But perhaps the real question Dead fans should be asking is whether Rick (Andrew Lincoln) & Co. will still be at the prison when The Governor (David Morrisey) and his ruthless army arrive. Based on one of the exclusive photos below, it seems like the group is gearing up to vacate the prison rather than defend it.
The Walking Dead: Who's going to die before Season 3 ends?
Even more surprising will be...
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's penultimate episode of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.]
Who knew we could feel bad for The Walking Dead's Merle Dixon? In one of the AMC zombie drama's most surprisingly emotional scenes...
Jon Snow may know nothing, but he apparently knows something about finding a good conditioner beyond The Wall
At Game of Thrones' red carpet premiere in Hollywood, the cast of HBO's hit fantasy drama sounded off on which character had the best (and worst!) hair.
The Price Is Right and Let's Make a Deal will try to pull a fast one on April Fool's Day. The CBS game shows will both air prank-themed shows on Monday, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
On The Price Is Right, the tables ...
Shakira and Usher
Eleven singers graced The Voice stage during the hit NBC singing competition's Season 4 premiere on Monday. But while there was no shortage of future hitmakers and Grammy winners that made it to the next round — Judith Hill anyone? — let's be honest. Everyone's ears, and eyes, were on new coaches Usher and Shakira, who are filling in for Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera this cycle. So did the new additions push your big red button? Or are Cee Lo and X-Tina really irreplaceable? TVGuide.com weighs in...
Winterfell may be burned to the ground, but (most of) the Starks are alive and well, as long as you loosely define "well."
Although Game of Thrones is filled with characters of ambiguous loyalties and motivations, it's clear that the Starks are the series' central heroes. Before the Season 3 premiere Sunday (9/8c, HBO), we check in with Winterfell's wolf pack to see where we left off and what's ahead.
Paul Jolley became the second casualty of American Idol's Top 10 last Thursday, when he was voted off of the show during Beatles Week following a performance of "Eleanor Rigby." Check out our interview with the 23-year-old Tennessee native to find out why he picked Heart's "Alone" for his farewell song and to get his unfiltered thoughts on the judges' panel...