A brand new Happy Endings? In August? A. Mah. Zing!
Instead of running all the first-year episodes of the underrated mid-season sitcom, ABC secretly held back on us and sat on a single unaired outing until last night. Why? Who knows, maybe they were too busy feeling bad about Mr. Sunshine to keep proper count.
Anyway, we're not complaining because this meant we got a late-summer reminder of what a clever, addictive little treat this ...
What if General Hospital's Jason Quartermaine hadn't been injured in that car crash back in 1995 — the one that led to his amnesia and a whole new life as mafia hit man Jason Morgan (played by Steve Burton)? Fans will find out Friday and Monday when Jason undergoes brain surgery and the various women in his world ...
Kelli Giddish, Danny Pino
The new cops are ready for duty. Kelli Giddish and Danny Pino join NBC's SVU (back September 21) as Amanda Rollins, an ambitious former Atlanta cop,, and Nick Amaro, a New Jersey-raised, top-notch interrogator.
Matt Davis, Nina Dobrev
Mystic Falls celebrates Elena's birthday when The CW drama returns September 15. But cake is the last thing on her mind with Stefan missing and Jeremy seeing his dead exes, who could wreak havoc on the event.
TV Guide Magazine celebrates Modern Family in our Aug. 29 "Sneak Peek" issue. Three separate collector's albums were created for each of the families—the Dunphys, the Pritchetts and Cameron, Mitchell and Lily—showcasing fun photos, favorite moments, and laugh-out-loud lines!
They don't often guest on other star's series (let's face it; they hardly need the cash!), but one of the Seinfeld quartet is doing just that this fall.
Emmy winner Jason Alexander, eternally beloved as George Costanza, will appear on the fifth episode of Harry's Law's new season. Jason will play
Christian Slater and Bret Harrison
Fox has rescued the Christian Slater comedy Breaking In from the brink of cancellation. The network is wrapping up negotiations and is expected to announce shortly that it will reverse course and order another 13 episodes of the half-hour series.
The show, from Sony Pictures TV, wasn't renewed for fall. But rather than completely shut the door on the comedy, Fox and Sony extended the options on the series' stars in order to give it a second look.
Producers met with Fox ...
"The doctor is out." Now that can't be good.
This closing-moments text from our elusive "A" sent a chill through the Pretty Little Liars — and fans — last night after the gang's shrink, Dr. Sullivan, summoned them to her office to reveal that "A" was possibly one of her clients. Unfortunately, once they arrived on the scene, our dear Doc was nowhere to be found, nor was the case-file that (possibly) held the secret to the show's central stalker.