Top Chef DC
Cheers to Top Chef: D.C. for knocking it out of the park — Nationals Park, that is.
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The six remaining cheftestants on Bravo's Emmy-nominated reality show each took a swing at "elevated baseball cuisine," serving their dishes to Nats fans, players (including Adam Dunn, a latter-day Babe Ruth who sampled all six and promptly served up a tater of his own) — and the judges (including Cal Ripken Jr. lookalike Tom Colicchio)...
Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) and his team of spies for hire close out the first half of Burn Notice's fourth season with a bang — and a cliff-hanger — as they deal with the threat posed by Robert Patrick's arrival last week.
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The Terminator 2: Judgment Day star plays the powerful CEO of a telecommunications company involved in funding shady covert activities. Now in Miami and backed by a small army, he's on a mission to retrieve his ciphered bible from Mikey...
An Oscar-nominated actress will return to Law & Order: SVU this season — but don't get nervous, it's not Sharon Stone. It's Christine Lahti, reappearing as overbearing ADA Sonya Paxton sent by the DA's office to ride herd on the SVU team.
A nasty alcoholic, she butted heads with Stabler (Chris Meloni) and was eventually forced to enter rehab...
Jon Hamm, Julianna Margulies
Most years, the best we can hope for from an Emmy night is a few new winners and a few (arguably, as always) correct winners. This year, the probability for fresh blood at the winners' podium is especially high, given what a terrific season it was for freshman series. (The same will not be said for the batch of new shows about to premiere over the next month.) What follows aren't exactly predictions, because that game can be such an unhappy crapshoot, given the capricious nature of Emmy voters, who tend to vote for what they've always voted for, year after year — until they suddenly don't. (For a list of nominees, and a chance to play along, click here)
This is my take on how I'd like to see things go in the major categories, with some handicapping on why some are more likely to win than others...
When Modern Family returns to ABC on September 22 for its second season little Manny (Rico Rodriguez) will be front and center. Executive producers Christopher Lloyd and Steve Levitan tell TV Guide Magazine he'll go on his first date—his first on-screen date, that is...
THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH (Friday, 10/9c, Starz)
The epic miniseries wraps as Jack returns to Kingsbridge to finish work on the cathedral, but not without more threats and attacks from the villainous likes of Regan, William and the ever-scheming Waleran. Expect the body count to rise before all is said and built...
Tim Dekay and Matt Bomer, White Collar
Need a palette cleanse after the Moron Olympics of Monday's Bachelor Pad? That's why God gave us White Collar.
And even though last night's episode didn't feature the luminous guest-starring wattage of Hilarie Burton, it did deliver smarts and sophistication — not to mention the always glorious chemistry of Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer — to make up for her absence...
We're all guilty of singing in the shower, even your favorite TV stars! TV Guide Magazine caught up with the casts of Gossip Girl, Modern Family, Blue Bloods, The Good Guys and many more at the Television Critics Association Fall Press Tour 2010 to get them to reveal their favorite song to sing in the shower. Check out the hilarious after the jump...
Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey
Can't wait to find out what's next for Mer and Der — and the rest of the Grey's Anatomy crew — after last season's killer finale?
TV Guide Magazine is sitting down with Ellen Pompeo and Patrick Dempsey to ask your burning questions and reveal the answers in our Sept. 27 cover story. Submit your questions after the jump...
Michael Zegen and John Scurti
Cheers to Rescue Me for setting up a scorching summer finale.
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Denis Leary's FX firefighter dramedy ended its penultimate 2010 episode with two men down: Lou (John Scurti, TV's most underrated actor), whose heart problems caused a warehouse fire to worsen, and probie Damien (Michael Zegen, who's come into his own this season). Tommy Gavin's godson, who's run hot and cold on the idea of following in his late father's FDNY bootsteps, literally had the ceiling fall in on him.
The question is: Can either be rescued...