Gabriel Macht, Sarah Rafferty
Bummed that Donna is still not back at Pearson Hardman yet on Suits?
Thursday's flashback episode ought to assuage some of that pain. The highly anticipated hour — titled "Rewind" — brings us back to 2007 when things were peachy-keen between Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Donna (Sarah Rafferty), the days of Hardman (David Costabile) at the firm were numbered, and Mike (Patrick J. Adams) was, um, high on life.
Check out our six teases for what to look forward to in the episode.
After I realized Political Animals wasn't a pet-themed reality show and was actually about an empowered female politician, I was beyond thrilled. Any miniseries — forgive me, "television event" — that could lure Oscar-nominee Sigourney Weaver to the small screen has to be great, right? Well, yes and no. Only about 20 minutes into the premiere and I began to realize how misguided I'd been. Political Animals isn't about a strong female in government. It's just another prime-time soap featuring a woman whose power is her sexuality and whose weakness is men (yawn).
Weaver stars as...
Hilarie Burton, Matt Bomer
Now that Neal (Matt Bomer) is back from his island excursion on White Collar, another familiar face is returning. But this time around, Sara Ellis might have different intentions.
"Am I coming back to be a pain in his a--? I legitimately don't know," Hilarie Burton tells TVGuide.com. "Sara doesn't let a lot of people in and she has let Neal in on some secrets. So whether that makes her resent him for running away or it endears him to her and lets her understand why he's done the things he's done remains to be seen."
Sebastian Stan, Sigourney Weaver, James Wolk
Political Animals Georgia Gibbons (Megann Fahy) may be the woman that came between Susan Berg (Carla Gugino) and her editor/live-in boyfriend Alex (Dan Futterman), but you've got give the Washington Globe News gossip reporter credit for knowing how to get good scoop.
In her latest video post, Georgia dishes on all the latest goings on inside the Hammond family, including...
[Spoiler Alert! The following story reveals major intel from Thursday's episode of Burn Notice. Read at your own risk.]
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times on Thursday's episode of Burn Notice. Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) finally...
When Mark Feuerstein stepped behind the camera to direct his second episode of Royal Pains earlier this year, he had the opportunity to work with a very special guest star: his dad.
"Rather than being directed by my father for the past 41 years, I got to reverse history and direct him," Feuerstein tells TVGuide.com of his dad, Harvey. "He is my idol and my mentor."
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In the USA drama's Aug. 1 episode, Mark's "larger-than-life" lawyer father plays...
John C. McGinley and Jeffrey Donovan
Is Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) finally getting out of prison?
Michael's love has been stuck behind bars (and in that horrendous orange jumpsuit!) since Burn Notice's season premiere, but now that she's finally starting to get the hang of life in the slammer, it might be her time to go. But there's a catch. A big one...