In Plain Sight
"What is it with babies? I don't get 'em!"
Tough-as-nails workaholic U.S. Marshal Mary Shannon (Mary McCormack) uttered those very words in the first season of In Plain Sight. Now, three years later, an unexpected pregnancy will force Mary to finally face the music and, maybe, understand motherhood during what might be her toughest assignment yet.
"Mary's not into the physical changes, she's not into the miracle of pregnancy. She has no interest in being pregnant or being a mother," McCormack tells TVGuide.com. "I don't know what...
John Bradley, Kit Harington
In the cutthroat world of Game of Thrones, it's not easy being a bastard.
It's also a challenge playing one. Newcomer Kit Harington tells TVGuide that he had to learn to embrace the term "bastard," which is used quite frequently and openly in the series to describe his character Jon Snow, the illegitimate son of Winterfell's Lord Ned Stark (Sean Bean).
Michael Scott's final day on The Office, was very, well, un-Michael Scott-like: There was no over-the-top celebration, there was no huge tearful final speech, and Dunder Mifflin's employees had few distractions from getting their work done. Nevertheless, it was a fitting farewell for a character ready to move on to the next chapter of his life.
Because goodbyes are sometimes a "b----", as Jim said, Michael (Steve Carell) decided to forgo his own going away party and secretly leave a day early for Colorado. (Very unlike Michael considering he quit Dunder Mifflin altogether because Charles canceled Michael's 15th anniversary party.)
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But while there was no cake or karaoke, there were plenty of...
Matt Davis and Ian Somerhalder
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from this week's episode of Vampire Diaries.]
We promise, it's going to be all right — maybe.
Thursday's episode of Vampire Diaries was a kick to the gut, thanks to Damon's decision to...
Justin Hartley and Alison Mack
It's no secret that Chloe and Oliver's marriage on Smallville is an anomaly.
Firstly, Chloe (Allison Mack) didn't actually exist in the previous Superman mythology before being created specifically for the once WB, now CW series. Secondly, Oliver Queen (Justin Hartley) married Dinah Lance aka the Black Canary (Alaina Huffman) in the comic mythos. While the fans do love Chlollie, the question remains: Will their marriage survive the series finale of Smallville?
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Hartley, who directs this Friday's new episode, dishes on what's in store for the Chloe-Oliver-Dinah debacle, as well as Zod's return and the ominous Omega symbol on the Green Arrow's skull...
Why is Detective Holder discussing the Rosie Larsen case with some never-before-seen official-type? Seems sneaky.
In the next episode of The Killing, titled "What You Have Left," Rosie's funeral will take place, and Sarah (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) will question a suspect's family and neighbors. Which suspect?
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It looks like it might be Rosie's dad, Stan...
Sudhir Kandula,Joseph Galluzzi, Jamawn "Jay" Woods
Only three finalists remain standing, and on Sunday, America's Next Great Restaurant will crown its winner. The day after, a new chain of eateries will open up in Hollywood, Minneapolis and New York City -- will it be the Southern Indian cuisine of Sudhir Kandula, the stick-to-your-ribs soul food of Jamawn J. Woods' or Joseph Galluzzi's saucy balls? We break down their chances:
As if the Broadway lights weren't bright enough for New Directions, at least one of the Glee stars will be shooting with a living legend when the show goes to the Big Apple.
Patti LuPone will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Glee, which sees the club heading to New York for the Nationals competition. Rachel (Lea Michele) will...
The Office, Steve Carell
On Thursday, viewers will say goodbye (and probably one or two final "that's what she saids") to Steve Carell as he prepares to exit The Office. But how did we get here? Since the first season, all Michael Scott has ever wanted was to get married and reproduce ("100 kids" so he would have "100 friends," to be exact), but there were times when most fans — and most of his co-workers — didn't think he'd have such a...