Like many actors considering a new project, Steve Zahn says he was sucked into ABC's Mind Games based solely on the pilot script.
"I was floored by it," Zahn, who was just wrapping up a four-season run on HBO's Treme when he first the script, tells TVGuide.com. "I really thought it was a cable show. It didn't read like network to me."
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Perhaps Zahn should have looked a little closer at the author's name. Mind Games creator Kyle Killen's back catalog includes a pair of complex series with brilliant pilots that critics instantly labeled as "cable shows on broadcast TV." ...
Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards
There may be some tension in the Foundry now that Sara has joined Team Arrow.
On Wednesday's Arrow (8/7c, The CW), Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) starts to feel inadequate around Sara (Caity Lotz) — though in the exclusive sneak peek below, she swears to Diggle (David Ramsey) that she's...
Glee is back with new episodes Tuesday (8/7c, Fox), and after two months off the air, New Directioners both old and new have a lot of ground to cover.
In addition to teaching important whiteboard lessons on frenemies and trios, the next batch of episodes will bid adieu to another group of...
Natalie and Nadiya
Natalie and Nadiya nearly made the final three on The Amazing Race 21, but they came nowhere near as close on All-Stars. The twins became the first team eliminated Sunday after they self-destructed searching for a bridal shop in China and second-guessed their decision to enter an even-numbered ferris wheel booth, which contained their next clue. "It was just terrible," Natalie tells TVGuide.com. "We were out of control, we had bad luck. It was not our day at all." Ironically, it was their previous performance on Season 21 that played a part in their downfall, they believe. Keep reading to find out why.
Phil Keoghan breaks down Amazing Race All-Stars teams and "gut-wrenching" start
You guys seemed to be resigned that you would get eliminated. When did you realize you were last?
Natalie: Once we were in China, we just had ...
Where there's fuel, there's (probably) fire.
On Tuesday's Chicago Fire (10/9c, NBC), Otis (Yuri Sardarov) is front and center when a bloodied and banged-up young girl is stuck in her car after a...
Michelle Dockery, Julian Ovenden
[WARNING: The following contains spoilers from the Season 4 finale of Downton Abbey. Read at your own risk.]
We are grateful to have Downton Abbey in our lives, but our devotion to the show is the very reason we're so irked at how it progressed this season.
Although we've come to terms with the loss of Matthew (Dan Stevens) and Sybil (Jessica Brown-Findlay), it doesn't seem like the writers quite know what to do in the wake of those deaths. So much of this season felt either forced or false or just failed miserably. Has Downton Abbey lost its charm?
Before launching into the season as a whole, let's go over the highlights of the finale, shall we?
Nancy Kerrigan opened up for the first time about the Whack Heard 'Round the World Sunday on NBC's documentary Nancy & Tonya. And befitting someone who has avoided the spotlight the past 20 years, she doesn't waste many words describing the scandal that ushered in the age of salacious celebrity headlines.
It's sad," Kerrigan said. "The bizarre craziness that all transpired — it's all sad."
NBC revisits Nancy Kerrigan-Tonya Harding scandal in "fascinating character study"
Kerrigan was infamously clubbed in the knee at the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships in an attack hatched by Tonya Harding's ex-husband Jeff Gillooly and clumsily executed by Shane Stant, who jumped through a Plexi-glass door to flee. Though many people, including Harding's former coach, entertained the possibility that Harding was somehow linked to it, Kerrigan revealed that ...
Carl Hagelin #62 of Sweden and Marc-Edouard Vlasic #44 of Canada
Canada routed Sweden 3-0 to defend its men's hockey Olympic gold medal Sunday.
The Canadians scored in each period, behind Jonathan Toews, Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz, and shut out its opponent for the second consecutive game. The gold is Canada's third in the last four Olympics and first off North American soil ...
Canadian Hockey Team
The final day of the Winter Olympics on Sunday features the men's hockey gold medal game and Steve Holcomb vying to make bobsled history. Here's what you should watch (all times ET) before the closing ceremony.
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All events are live-streamed at NBCOlympics.com. Sunday's tape-delayed daytime coverage (2 p.m., NBC) will feature cross-country and bobsled. The closing ceremony starts at 8:30 p.m.
Hockey, men's gold medal game — Sweden vs. Canada
When: 7 a.m. on NBC (live); 5 p.m. (replay)
Canada will go for ...