Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer
When White Collar returns for Season 5, Neal (Matt Bomer) will face his biggest assignment yet: get Peter (Tim DeKay) out of prison!
In the final moments of last season's finale, Peter was arrested for...
Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht
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In the final chapter of Burn Notice, Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) faced his biggest enemy of all....
Daniel Sunjata, Aaron Tveit
All season long on Graceland, Mike (Aaron Tveit) has been harboring a dark secret from the rest of his housemates: He was assigned to the house to investigate Briggs (Daniel Sunjata). On Thursday's season finale (10/9c, USA), his secret is coming out.
"The entire season has been building to this," creator and showrunner Jeff Eastin tells TVGuide.com. "To be honest, we've already...
For many Burn Notice fans, it might be hard to put the show's entire run into perspective after seven seasons and 111 episodes. Creator and executive producer Matt Nix, on the other hand, is all too familiar with just how long the long-running USA series has been around.
"My youngest son was born during the shooting of the pilot and he's now old enough to read some of the scripts," he tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "It's very weird."
Sadly, it seems Nix's offspring will have to...
Matt Bomer, Tim DeKay
New handler! New girl! It's safe to say Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) is getting a fresh start on the new season of White Collar.
Following Peter's arrest for murder and Sara's move to London in the Season 4 finale, the...
Reshma Shetty, Mark Feuerstein
Pills! Pregnancy! Politics! It's been a surprisingly intense season for the Hamptons' top concierge medical team on Royal Pains, and no one is more aware than the show's executive producers. "It was a very challenging prospect to deal with creatively and figuring out how to tell the story ... because we wanted to continue to show the chinks in the Hank armor and in a way that still protected the character and still protected the tone of the show," co-creator and executive producer Andrew Lenchewski tells TVGuide.com. "Hopefully when the audience sees how this all turns out in terms of the character, they'll understand why we told the story we told."
After overcoming the rough waters of Hank's addiction and Evan's first-ever political campaign, where does HankMed & Co. go from here? Ahead of...