The Governor has returned! But he may not be the same sadistic, maniacal and ruthless leader of Woodbury that we remember.
Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead (9/8c, AMC) will actually flash back to where we left off with The Governor (David Morrissey) after he slaughtered most of the residents of Woodbury, fleeing into the ether for who knows where last season until he suddenly appeared outside of the prison in last week's episode. But Morrissey insists that viewers should keep an open mind about The Governor's return. Find out what's in store:
Looks like Jenny is getting a girlfriend!
Aly Michalka has been tapped for the recurring role of Brooke, a...
Robert Carlyle and Michael Raymond-James
If you thought Baelfire had daddy issues being the spawn of the Dark One, just wait until you get a look at Rumplestiltskin's (Robert Carlyle) childhood during Sunday's Once Upon a Time (8/7c, ABC.)
"Think Lovely Thoughts" will take viewers back to the fairy tale land that was, where a young Rumple (portrayed in flashbacks by Wyatt Oleff) has an even rockier relationship with his father Malcolm (Stephen Lord) than his present-day self has with Neal/Bae (Michael Raymond-James).
Once Upon a Time returns to Storybrooke!
"The relationship is not good," Carlyle tells TVGuide.com. "The father only cares about...
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
Scandal's youngest Gladiator has finally turned into a killer. She just didn't know what she was doing!
As Quinn (Katie Lowes) drew closer to her new mentor Charlie (George Newbern) on Thursday's episode, even she couldn't see that she was being played. Enlisted by Rowan (Joe Morton) to lure Quinn in, Charlie duped her into drugging a seemingly harmless security guard. In actuality, she...
Adam Scott and Amy Poehler
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Parks and Recreation. Read at your own risk!]
Surprise, surprise! Leslie Knope has been recalled from office!
Parks and Recreation shocked viewers on Thursday night after ousting Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) from office, not a route fans would've expected the show to go after the NBC comedy worked so hard to make her a city councilwoman. In fact...
Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones
In the spring of 2009, a new kind of romance was born on NBC when overeager bureaucrat Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) met sweet nurse Ann Perkins (Rashida Jones) on the Parks and Recreation series premiere. Over the last six seasons, their journey has spawned catchphrases, beautiful compliments and a new faith in female friendships on television. However, that will all soon come to an end when Jones and co-star Rob Lowe leave the comedy early next year.
"Amy and Rashida, like Leslie and Ann, are dealing with it in real time," Jones tells TVGuide.com. "Amy has been saying to people, 'She thinks she's leaving, but I'm going to lock her in my trailer.' I'm a little bit in denial about it, too."
Parks and Recreation boss on why and how Rob Lowe, Rashida Jones will exit
Over the summer...
Guillermo Diaz, Katie Lowes
While everyone is stressing out about B613 and Operation Remington, OPA and Huck (Guillermo Diaz) have failed to notice that Quinn (Katie Lowes) has gone rogue.
Spurned by her mentor, Scandal's youngest member of Olivia Pope & Associates decided to take matters into her own hands by buying a gun in hopes of honing her skills independently. Instead, she found help from Charlie (George Newbern), who, viewers learned, has been working for Rowan (Joe Morton) to lure her in. What does Rowan want from Quinn? And what's up with that steamy kiss coming in Thursday's episode (10/9c, ABC)? TVGuide.com caught up with Lowes to get the scoop:
Exclusive Scandal Sneak Peek: Quinn kisses ... Charlie?!
How does Quinn feel about actually getting lessons from Charlie on how to hone her skills?
Katie Lowes: Quinn is really between a rock and a hard place...