Lie to Me
Two lies don't make a truth, but the two new back-to-back episodes of Lie to Me airing tonight are honest fun. In the first, Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) investigates a mental hospital that may be holding a patient against his will and promptly begins to lose his own mind after he's mysteriously medicated. "Cal starts to descend into madness," says exec producer Alex Cary. "He's quite aware of ...
Ok, last night's Desperate Housewives went somewhere wonky right at the end and we need to figure this out together, people. No, I'm not talking about how the hour wasn't completely idiotic (as it's wont to be most weeks), I'm talking about the gun bit.
It all started when Bree invited ...
How fitting that a character we first met while she was shoplifting has stolen our hearts. As the former fatty-turned-trim troublemaker Hanna Marin on ABC Family's addictive hit Pretty Little Liars, 21-year-old Ashley Benson is bringing a killer combo of humor and humanity to a role that could have been a cookie-cutter clone of all the Queen Bee teens who've come before. ...
Classes are back in session for the fun-loving kids of Greek, the college dramedy that began Season 4 last week with Casey (Spencer Grammer) starting the next stage of her life: law school. So expect less partying, more studying? Not according to Grammer! ...
Sam Huntington, Meaghan Rath, Sam Witwer
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Question: I know you like the BBC version of Being Human, as do I. So I am curious if you have seen any previews of Syfy's version of Being Human. Are we looking at an Office-like success or a Coupling-like failure? I will take a peek. However, I am so in love with the original version, I am not sure if I can accept this version. — Pam
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Spoiler Alert! As Steve Carell prepares to shoot his final episodes of NBC's The Office before transitioning full-time to the big-screen, could it be possible that his doofus character, Michael Scott, is also destined for showbiz success?
At the Hollywood opening of Hair's three-week run at the Pantages Theatre, Office alum Melora Hardin told me her character, Jan Levinson, is about to ...
Matthew Morrison and Jane Lynch
Glee's Thriller of a Super Bowl Episode
Finn (Cory Monteith) fills in for the late Vincent Price to provide the spooky narration for the Fox hit's Super Bowl-episode Thriller tribute. "I'm also one of the zombie folk, which requires about three and a half hours of prosthetic makeup," says Cory. And it sounds as though Artie may be ...
Cheers to Emmy Rossum for her flawless performance as a wise-beyond-her-years teenager on Shameless.
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The 24-year-old actress is still best known for her glossy musical turn in 2004's big-screen version of Phantom of the Opera, but she's right at home in...
Andre Braugher blows into a midtown Manhattan café on a blustery December night. He's a half hour late for an interview, having gotten snarled in Yuletide tunnel traffic en route from his suburban New Jersey home. He flashes a Hudson River-wide grin, and all is forgiven. Suddenly, it hits you: Despite his regal bearing and well-earned reputation as one of TV's finest actors (six Emmy nominations, two wins), he's not that far removed from Owen Thoreau Jr., the slightly schlubby, regular-guy car salesman he plays on TNT's Men of a Certain Age. And that's...
Men of a Certain Age (Monday, 10/9c, TNT)
This bittersweet midlife comedy-drama reaches its midseason finale (already?), with an episode that doesn't just get under its characters' skin but goes where few series would dare: to a colonoscopy. When Terry (Scott Bakula, who has been great this season) decides his 50th birthday calls for the procedure — consider this the show's Public Service Announcement — Joe and Owen decide to make it a group event in Palm Springs. While their plumbing gets a workout, the getaway prompts...