The third season of Masterchef isn't finished yet, but Fox is already going back in the kitchen for a fourth serving of the cooking competition series.
The series, featuring executive producer and judge Gordon Ramsay in addition to judges Joe Bastianich and Graham Elliot Bowles, sees contestants from across the country compete for...
Deborah Ann Woll
Ding dong! The Guardian is dead!
True Blood bid farewell to Christopher Meloni on Sunday after Russell Edgington (Denis O'Hare) turned the tables on Vampire Authority Guardian Roman, staking him in the heart and seemingly driving a nail in the coffin of the mainstreaming movement, which has seen centuries-old vampires assimilate into the human world on the HBO series.
Comic-Con: True Blood promises more wacky sex and naked Joe Manganiello!
How will Roman's death affect the war between the mainstreamers led by the supposedly devoted Authority and the ruthless Sanguinistas, who wouldn't hesitate to rip out your spine on live television and drink your blood for sport (Hello, Russell!)?
To get the scoop, TVGuide.com turned to Deborah Ann Woll, who plays teenage vamp Jessica, who says Roman's death and the arrival of original vampire Lilith will impact the rest of the season. Plus: How will Jason (Ryan Kwanten) feel towards Jessica now that he knows vampires were the cause of his parents' death?
Daniel Baker, Janaya French and Nick Bloxsom-Carter
In So You Think You Can Dance's first elimination episode of the season, the judges sent Alexa Anderson, Daniel Baker, Nick Bloxsom-Carter and Janaya French home Wednesday night.
Although Anderson was not available, the other three spoke to reporters about their time on the show and thoughts on the new once-weekly episode format. Do they like the season's changes? Which dancer is taking off for Mexico? Who is setting their sights on Dancing with the Stars? Check out the interview below:
When Mark Feuerstein stepped behind the camera to direct his second episode of Royal Pains earlier this year, he had the opportunity to work with a very special guest star: his dad.
"Rather than being directed by my father for the past 41 years, I got to reverse history and direct him," Feuerstein tells TVGuide.com of his dad, Harvey. "He is my idol and my mentor."
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In the USA drama's Aug. 1 episode, Mark's "larger-than-life" lawyer father plays...
Despite the fact that they work on the set of a (fake) bar, the cast of TBS' new comedy, Sullivan & Son know to keep things professional. But after closing time, all bets are off. Especially if Oasis' "Don't Look Back in Anger" comes on the jukebox.
"We did this DJ junket last weekend, and we all met at this restaurant. I asked the DJ to play it, and myself and the rest of the cast stood around this fountain and sang that song. [Co-star] Owen Benjamin ended up jumping into the fountain and splashing everybody," co-creator, executive producer and star Steve Byrne tells TVGuide.com. "That's when the booze was kicking in."
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It's business as usual for the milestone 10th season of Project Runway, which will premiere on Thursday at 9/8c on Lifetime.
"I started Project Runway from the very beginning, going around New York City trying to sell the show to networks and trying to explain what the show was all about," host Heidi Klum told reporters on a call. "I'm very proud of it. It's...
John C. McGinley and Jeffrey Donovan
Is Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) finally getting out of prison?
Michael's love has been stuck behind bars (and in that horrendous orange jumpsuit!) since Burn Notice's season premiere, but now that she's finally starting to get the hang of life in the slammer, it might be her time to go. But there's a catch. A big one...
Anna Torv, Gary Sinise, Emily VanCamp
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I'm in denial that it's the final season of Fringe. Give me scoop to help me cope. Please? —Chris
NATALIE: Peter and his daughter Henrietta reunited last season, but her run-in with her mom Olivia will surprise you. "It takes on a slightly different flavor than I think you would anticipate," Joshua Jackson tells us, noting that it will happen very quickly in the season premiere. The real question executive producer J.H. Wyman wants fans to ponder is: What happened to the Fringe team the day the Observers arrived? "How did they get in amber? How did Olivia and Peter and everyone get separated? Why were they all together? Why was Bell there? The history will surprise you when you realize there's a lot of emotions going on for reasons that you don't know yet, but you will."
Heard anything about the new season of CSI: NY? —Jonny
ADAM: I hear the new season is...
Missed the premiere of USA's acclaimed new miniseries Political Animals? You're in luck!
USA has put the first part of the six-chapter miniseries online so that viewers can catch up on all the latest political events and juiciest behind-closed-doors gossip of the famed Hammond family...
Political Animals' ace journalist Susan Berg (Carla Gugino) is willing to do anything to get a good story.
Years ago, she was the one to expose President Bud Hammond's (Ciarán Hinds) sexual liaisons and subsequently ruined the Hammods' marriage. And, as seen in the premiere episode, she withheld information about T.J.'s (Sebastian Stan) suicide attempt to get full access to Elaine (Sigourney Weaver). But as also seen in the first hour of the six-part miniseries, the Washington Globe News reporter has a thing or two in common with Secretary of State Barrish. Perhaps she's starting to care too much about the Hammonds?
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"You can't care too much because then you become...