Graham Patrick Martin
Secrets just can't seem to stay buried on Monday's episode of Major Crimes.
The episode (9/8c, TNT) finds the squad investigating a murder that implicates a foreign diplomat whose daughter Lina (Rima Rajan) was set to wed the victim in an arranged marriage. And as Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) watches Lina's struggle with the truth, he begins to once again wrestle with his own secrets.
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"Rusty is one of those people who hates to deal with the personal side of his life," executive producer James Duff tells TVGuide.com...
Graham Patrick Martin
Mystery stories trade in puzzles and surprise. How did the body get into the library? How was it all the windows and doors were locked from the inside? Why is the victim wearing someone else's cologne? These are the riddles over which Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot expend their energies as private detectives and likable busybodies in British detective fiction. But, in Major Crimes, as elsewhere in the procedural world, sometimes the most difficult conundrum facing our division is the law itself...
Adam Baldwin, Eric Dane
The world's population may be dying left and right on The Last Ship, but not everyone has been affected.
On Sunday's episode (9/8c, TNT), Capt. Chandler (Eric Dane) and his men head to Guantanamo Bay to search for food and additional fuel now that Chandler has decided to stay at sea until Dr. Scott (Rhona Mitra) can make a cure for the disease. However, as seen in the exclusive first look at the episode below, when the crew of the Nathan James arrives at the mostly deserted military base, they quickly learn that there a few other survivors...
Anna Paquin, Claire Danes, Lizzy Caplan
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I can't believe we already lost a beloved character on True Blood! Please give me some happier scoop about the final season. — May
How about some new blood? You'll soon meet a chiseled new vamp who gets pulled into the H-vamp war. And when he sets his eyes on one lucky Bon Temps lady, he'll prove to be just as good a lover as he is a fighter. Although the object of his affection is initially a bit heartsore and unsure about entering into a new relationship, she eventually lets the good times roll when they get down and dirty on a pool table.
Is it too early to ask about Homeland's new season? I just have to know what the show is going to do without Brody! — Margaret
Brody may be dead and gone, but executive producer Howard Gordon insists that the character will not be forgotten...
Bruce McGill, Angie Harmon
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Tuesday's episode of Rizzoli & Isles. Read at your own risk.]
Rizzoli & Isles officially said goodbye to Det. Barry Frost on Tuesday in a moving episode that also paid tribute to late star...
TNT's The Last Ship drew the largest audience of any new cable show this year for its premiere Sunday night.
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...