JoAnna Garcia Swisher and Emilie de Ravin
Once Upon a Time is seven episodes into its third season and, so far, Storybrooke has yet to be seen thanks to Neverland-centric stories. But that will all change on Sunday's episode (8/7c, ABC), when Ariel (JoAnna Garcia Swisher) earns her legs by swimming back to Storybrooke to help Regina (Lana Parrilla) and Rumple (Robert Carlyle) locate a powerful item that could take down Peter Pan (Robbie Kay). Through this trip back to Storybrooke, we'll get a glimpse into how Belle (Emile de Ravin) has been holding down the fort in our heroes' stead.
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"She's tried to hold it together," de Ravin tells TVGuide.com. "I kept...
Sara Ramirez, Hector Elizondo
Papa Torres is coming back to Seattle!
Hector Elizondo is set to reprise his role as Carlos Torres, the father of Callie Tores (Sara Ramirez), on Grey's Anatomy, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Elizondo will appear in...
Oliver is in troooooooouble!
TVGuide.com has obtained some first look photos from Arrow's Season 1 finale, and the Emerald Archer does not look like he's doing too well — which shouldn't be surprising considering the finale is aptly titled "Sacrifice."
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In the finale, Oliver (Stephen Amell) will attempt to stop the Dark Archer (John Barrowman) from unleashing his vengeance on The Glades. However...
Ellen Pompeo, Chandra Wilson and Sandra Oh
A storm is brewing on Grey's Anatomy. Literally.
Although an initial report suggested there wouldn't be a large-scale disaster in the finale, executive producer Shonda Rhimes recently tweeted that the writers have changed their plans for the season-ender — and she wasn't kidding.
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David Boreanaz and John Francis Daley
Bones' executive producers believe Booth and Brennan still have plenty of obstacles to overcome this season. But they don't all have to be so serious!
Case in point: Monday's episode (8/7c, Fox) finds Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) struggling with Booth's decision to invite Sweets (John Francis Daley) to be their houseguest. And it won't be very long before Booth realizes three's a crowd.
First Look: Bones in the ballroom
"Now that [Sweets] and Daisy broke up, we didn't want to go through the sort of traditional mourning of Daisy and moping and stuff like that," executive producer Stephen Nathan tells TVGuide.com...
Emily Earle, Mackenzie Bourg, CeeLo Green
The Voice will take advantage of the democratic spirit during Election Week, airing two special live episodes and allowing viewers to vote to determine which contestants will make it into the Top 12.
The show will air Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 8/7c the week of Nov. 5, which will disrupt NBC's Thursday night comedy lineup during the first week of sweeps.
Melissa Rauch and Simon Helberg
[SPOILER ALERT: The following story contains details about the Season 5 finale of The Big Bang Theory. Read at your own risk.]
Vanessa and Ralph
After a season-long feud with Brendon and Rachel, Vanessa and Ralph — who are no longer a couple — were edged out by their foes for the third and final spot on The Amazing Race. But who knows what would've happened had Vanessa not performed the Japanese game show Roadblock on a bum ankle. "We try not to think about it too much," she tells TVGuide.com. "It is what it is, but I can't even describe how painful it was running, jumping and falling down over and over again. ... Of course we wanted to win and beat them, but they beat us fair and square." But how did this verbal warfare all start? Get the duo's side of the story below.
Brendon and Rachel
For a bit, The Amazing Race finale seemed like a two-team race between eventual winners Rachel and Dave, and Brendon and Rachel. But then the Big Brother duo took a cab instead of going on foot to a helicopter. "That was awful," Rachel tells TVGuide.com. "It was the $1 million mistake that you don't want to make. If it was any other leg, it wouldn't have been that bad because those are about survival; the goal is to win on the final leg." The pair finished in third, but not before having another one of their notorious meltdown fights. Where there more meltdowns that we didn't see? Find out below. Plus: Get their side of their feud with Vanessa and Ralph.
JJ and Art
When Rachel and Dave accidentally skipped the Roadblock on The Amazing Race finale, first place seemed to be for the taking for Art Velez and JJ Carrell. The border patrol agents were already at the Hawaiian sledding and stone-tossing Roadblock and if Art could complete it, the finish line was next. Instead, they watched helplessly as Dave and Rachel arrived, finished the Roadblock and went on their $1 million-winning way. "Rachel asked me how long I had been there and I said about an hour," Art tells TVGuide.com. "She was like, 'Wow!' and then she completes it on her second try! I'm like, 'Are you kidding me?!'" Adding insult to injury: They lost to their mortal enemies, who backed out on their deal to U-Turn Brendon and Rachel. Get their take on the drama, their confrontation with Nary and Jamie and more.