Jim Parrack, True Blood
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of True Blood. Read at your own risk.]
Bon Temps lost one more resident in Sunday's episode of True Blood — but thankfully...
Kyra Sedgwick, Mary McDonnell
On Monday, The Closer's Brenda Leigh Johnson will hear her final confession. But TNT's Closer spin-off Major Crimes should be able to keep you from grief-eating a dozen Ding Dongs.
The Closer winds down: Who can Brenda trust?
The Closer's series finale finds Brenda (Kyra Sedgwick) trying to put away slippery defense attorney — and suspected serial rapist —Phillip Stroh (Billy Burke) once and for all. And although the climax of the Stroh storyline heavily impacts Brenda's future, it's the introduction of another character — an orphaned teenage hustler named Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) — that may ultimately prove to be most important. So much so that he'll also be a focal point of Major Crimes...
Anyone can own a hotel, and that's a huge problem.
On Gordon Ramsay's new Fox series Hotel Hell (premiering Monday, 8/7c, Fox), the famed chef and restaurateur turns his attention to struggling hotels, motels and bed & breakfasts. And although the various businesses have different difficulties, the crux of the problem usually comes down to the owners. "Because they've got the money, they think that they've got the right to dictate what they should be serving to the public because they've bought the place," Ramsay told reporters on a call. "That isn't the case."
[SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals major plot points from Wednesday's Dallas season finale.]
Everything's bigger in Texas, and the first season finale of TNT's Dallas was no exception...
Gabriel Macht, Sarah Rafferty
Bummed that Donna is still not back at Pearson Hardman yet on Suits?
Thursday's flashback episode ought to assuage some of that pain. The highly anticipated hour — titled "Rewind" — brings us back to 2007 when things were peachy-keen between Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Donna (Sarah Rafferty), the days of Hardman (David Costabile) at the firm were numbered, and Mike (Patrick J. Adams) was, um, high on life.
Check out our six teases for what to look forward to in the episode.
Shark Week is almost here!
Celebrating its 25th year, Shark Week will kick off Sunday, Aug. 12 at 9/8c with Air Jaws Apocalypse. The special will pick up where the Emmy-nominated Ultimate Air Jaws left off, with shark expert Chris Fallows and natural history producer Jeff Kurr embarking on a quest to track a 14-foot great white named Colossus in Seal Island, South Africa.
Colossus certainly lives up to his name — even the other sharks fear him. The real question becomes: Are the filmmakers tracking him or is it the other way around? Check out an exclusive sneak peek of Air Jaws Apocalypse below:
The Glee Project
With only five contenders left in the running for a role on Glee, The Glee Project is turning up the heat and trying some new tricks.
In this week's music video, for P!nk's hit song "Perfect," the contestants must bring their best vocals and their top acting chops to the table for a clip that's more short film than performance art. In the clip, Charlie and Michael play best friends fighting over Aylin, who's...
Our top moments of the week:
12. Most Tone-Deaf Elimination: The Glee Project takes an interesting turn when the show's arguably three best singers land in the bottom three and are forced to sing for Ryan Murphy. Shanna, this season's frontrunner, dominates her Kelly Clarkson tune before mustering the courage to tell Murphy she doesn't belong at the bottom. Shockingly, he decides she's wrong and sends her packing. Um, so who's going to be the next Rachel Berry now?
11. Best 'Shipper Switcheroo: Now that Pretty Little Liars' Caleb is back in Rosewood, he and Hanna are sure to get back together, right? ...
Denis O’Hare and Michael McMillian
Now that True Blood's Vampire Authority is running rampant and killing humans, it's every man — and vampire! — for themselves. Naturally, consummate survivor Steve Newlin (Michael McMillian) has successfully planted himself where he'll be most useful: Alongside Russell Edgington (Denis O'Hare), Salome (Valentina Cervi) and Nora (Lucy Griffiths) in a place of power.
How will the formerly vampire-hating baby vamp survive in the impending battle between the mainstreamers and the Sanguinistas? TVGuide.com turned to McMillian to get the scoop, including the future for Steve and his human crush Jason (Ryan Kwanten), and Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Eric's (Alexander Skarsgard) involvement with the Authority moving forward...