Stephanie Szostak, Matt Passmore
Would you risk your marriage to save it?
That's the tagline to USA's new drama Satisfaction (10/9c, USA), which producers have described as a "post-modern love story." What does that mean? Well, escorts for one.
Married for 18 years with a 16-year-old daughter, Neil (Matt Passmore) and Grace Truman (Stephanie Szostak) have hit a wall in not only their marriage, but professional lives. After one helluva day at his tedious investment banking job, Neil discovers Grace having sex with an escort (Blair Redford), unbeknownst to her. But instead of confronting his wife about it, he (sort of accidentally) becomes one himself and suddenly finds renewed meaning in life.
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Aaron Tviet and Emily Rose
Mike's double life is about to catch up with him on Graceland -- and we're not talking about his work with the FBI.
In this exclusive sneak peek from Wednesday's episode (10/9c, USA), Mike (Aaron Tveit) is nearly speechless when...
Mary Page Keller, Italia Ricci, Rebecca Schull
Nose bleeds. Fatigue. Fainting spells. Chasing Life has already started to dive into the dark physical and emotional side effects of cancer in its first several episodes, and the executive producers behind the ABC Family drama say they're just getting started.
"There is hair loss and physical repercussions of this poison that she's putting in her body. To ABC Family's credit, they have not...
WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Monday's 24: Live Another Day finale. Read at your own risk.]
If it wasn't already clear after nine seasons, the 24: Live Another Day finale served as a reminder that Jack Bauer's life will probably always be one filled with tragedy....
It's the elephant in the room on Chasing Life and so many other TV shows, movies, novels and plays: Is the character with cancer going to die? Showrunner Patrick Sean Smith admits he had the same question when he was first approached to join the ABC Family drama (Tuesdays, 9/8c) about a young journalist April Carver (Italia Ricci) who learns that she has cancer. "One of my first reactions was, 'Well, how do you keep this show going?' For me, the show is...
Working the Engels
Considering her husband's death, his enormous debt and her (albeit brief) thoughts about taking her own life, therapy is probably not the worst idea for Ceil Engel on Working the Engels.
In this exclusive sneak peek from Thursday's episode (9:30/8:30c, NBC), Ceil (Andrea Martin) reveals she is being forced to...
Kiefer Sutherland, Tzi Ma
The clock is about to stop ticking on another season of 24.
On Monday's Live Another Day finale (9/8c, Fox), Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) must find and apprehend Cheng Zhi (Tzi Ma) in order to prove that the United States wasn't responsible for bombing a Chinese ship and, in turn, prevent China from declaring war against the U.S. Of course, Jack might be a little bit distracted by the fact that Cheng also has Audrey (Kim Raver) trapped under the watchful eye a sniper who could take her out at any moment.
Kari Matchett, Hill Harper
Though he remains acting DCS until he gets his "affairs in order" on Covert Affairs, Calder (Hill Harper) is still Joan's (Kari Matchett) superior to her chagrin.
On Tuesday's episode (10/9c, USA), he tasks her to attend a dinner honoring a senator, but she ...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Leftovers. Read at your own risk.]
HBO's The Leftovers took a bit of a detour Sunday. Instead of continuing to focus on the Garvey family, the show dedicated an entire episode to the plight of Christopher Eccleston's Rev. Matt Jamison.
Why The Leftovers isn't Lost: We're not "hoping to find out what happened," boss says
In particular, we learned that Matt's wife (Janel Moloney) was critically injured during the Departure when she and Matt collided with a vehicle whose driver vanished. His congregation's numbers are dwindling (the townspeople justifiably upset by his smear campaign) and he is struggling to pay for his wife's full-time care. To add insult to injury...