Is Det. Hildy Mulligan (Kathleen Robertson) getting too close to her case on TNT's Murder in the First?
On last week's episode, Hildy shared a romantic(?) date — not to mention a steamy makeout session — with chief murder suspect Erich Blunt (Tom Felton). Was it all really just a ploy to get Erich's DNA (talk about Hildy being a real gumshoe!), or is there an actual attraction there?
Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander
To say Jan Nash came in to Rizzoli & Isles with an unenviable task would be an understatement.
The former Without a Trace producer replaced creator/executive producer Janet Tamaro as showrunner in November, just three months after star Lee Thompson Young committed suicide at age 29. The final episodes of Season 4 were devoid of Young, but his character, Det. Barry Frost, hadn't been written out yet. Instead, he was said to be on vacation visiting his mom...
Raymond Cruz and Mary McDonnell
The ability to communicate with others is something we mostly take for granted. An expectation of understanding serves as the unconscious foundation of nearly every social, personal and professional transaction we undertake. True, the atonality of e-mail, or the micro nature of Twitter feeds and Facebook posts, can lead to some fairly interesting apologies. And let's not forget how irritating autocorrect can be. But technological gremlins are not the only obstacles standing between us and perfect clarity. If our words sometimes fail to carry their proper meanings, maybe it's because we have said them too many times before, or changed them entirely from one day to the next. Our character, our reputations and our known opinions may provide our statements with unintentional context, so that we are not misunderstood at all but, rather, understood better than we realize.
Det. Julio Sanchez has always been in favor of short declarative sentences; his reactions usually tell us more about him than his verbal responses...
Graham Patrick Martin, Mary McDonnell
Major Crimes' third season will be a family affair.
Not only does the case in the premiere (Monday, 9/8c, TNT) involve two children who have gone missing with their father while everyone in Major Crimes points the finger at the mother, but it also sets up a season that explores what "family" truly means.
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"The theme of our first 10 episodes this season is expectations," creator James Duff tells TVGuide.com. "We have an expectation of a lot of things in our lives that it turns out that we have no right to expect. Family is not a given. Family is something you are sometimes obligated to create for yourself and that you embark upon with other people."
Indeed, over the first two seasons, Capt. Sharon Raydor...
Graham Patrick Martin, Ever Carradine
Major Crimes is about to turn Rusty Beck's life upside down.
After two seasons of tracking Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) through the emotional turmoil he felt after being abandoned by his family and forced to prostitute himself to survive, the TNT drama's third season (premiering Monday, June 9 at 9/8c) will finally introduce Sharon Beck, the mother who eventually left him behind. Eureka and 24 alum Ever Carradine will play the crucial role, Major Crimes creator James Duff tells TVGuide.com.
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"We begin our first episode with a different Rusty," Duff says....
TNT is developing a Firestarter sequel series written and produced by Supernatural's Robbie Thompson, the network announced Wednesday.
The Shop follows Charlie McGee, a girl with pryokinetic abilities, 20 years after seemingly destroying the mysterious organization that once exploited her. Now, Charlie has been tracked down by one of The Shop's former members, Henry Talbot, who introduces Charlie to other people with supernatural abilities. Upon learning The Shop is alive and worse than ever, the group teams up to destroy it for good.