Fringe's Peter has returned in the flesh — goodbye, blue shiny ball of light — but the universe he lands in is not his own.
After seemingly disappearing into thin air in the Season 3 finale, Peter (Joshua Jackson) returns to a world where no one knows who he is — and he'll try desperately to get back to his own world. Fringe executive producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman dish on the prodigal son's return, how this Peter is different and whether he'll make it back to the people he knows and loves.
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Now that Peter has returned, how does this change the dynamic of the show?
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[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Wednesday's episode of American Horror Story. Read at your own risk.]
Is Ben going to get out of American Horror Story alive? Even with Hayden out of the picture (or so it seems) at the end of Wednesday's episode, Ben's still in all sorts of trouble. He confessed to Vivien that he cheated again — that is, after she caught him the first time -- and has been booted from the house. He was also visited by the ghost of Dr. Charles' angry wife, who wants him to man-up and protect his (er, Rubber Man's) baby at all costs. Meanwhile, Larry the Burn Guy wants Ben to leave the house, give him a thousand bucks, or kill him, depending on his mood.
American Horror Story: What else went down on Halloween night? Evan Peters dishes
But forget about Ben — what about everyone else? The long Halloween night may be over, but the horrors — and lingering questions — remain. What's growing inside Vivien? What does Constance want? Why can't Tate know about Adelaide's death? (He's also totally dead, right?) Series stars Connie Britton, Dylan McDermott and Evan Peters do their best to answer:
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The Secret Circle's Cassie is taking a walk on the evil side.
As Cassie (Britt Robertson) begins to discover more about who the mysterious "J.B." is, she and the coven go to the lake house in search of Cassie's grandmother. TVGuide.com was on set for the circle's trip to the house, which includes a rousing game of truth or dare — including a certain smooch you may have already spied in the promos. Their journey is not all fun and games, though, as Robertson says this episode will take a dark turn. (And we all know what happened last time The Secret Circle took a dark turn. RIP, Nick!)
Get the scoop on the lake house trip, who John Blackwell really is and why Cassie is "blinded" when it comes to Jake (Chris Zylka)...
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90210 will be partying hard when Outasight performs in a December episode, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Lucy Griffiths is joining the cast of True Blood as a series regular in Season 5, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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I really don't want Daniel to die on Revenge. At least tell me who his killer is. — Melissa
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