Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv
In the third part of our farewell to Fringe, producers and cast discuss the most polarizing story line of the series: The Season 3 cliff-hanger featured a scene in which Peter Bishop, who we had come to know and love over three seasons, mysteriously vanished into thin air. The Observers then explained that he had, in fact, never existed. (Come again?) This controversial creative move ended a season that included Fringe's foreboding move to the Friday "death slot." Still, the show soldiered on for another two seasons, much to the credit of its passionate fan base...
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. Read at your own risk!]
It's the question fans have been wondering all season: Will consummate survivor Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) actually make it out of American Horror Story: Asylum alive?
She survived Bloody Face's (Zachary Quinto) death dungeon, the car accident and even made it out of Briarcliff alive, but when faced with her own son's quest for vengeance, will she come out victorious? That's the question she'll be faced with in next week's Season 2 finale. But this week, there were plenty of other burning questions raised in an Asylum episode told in three parts. Let's take a look:
Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht
What's the best acting compliment Patrick J. Adams has received?
No, it's not the Screen Actors Guild Award nomination he got last year or kudos from co-stars, but rather some, um, high — if mistaken — praise by fans.
"There's a whole contingent of people who actually believed Gabriel [Macht] and I were really stoned in that scene," Adams tells TVGuide.com of the summer finale's Seinfeld-referencing insta-classic. "It's amazing how many people asked me on Twitter if we were really high. That makes me happy since ...
B.J. Novak, Mindy Kaling
Michael Scott may not be returning to Scranton, but two other longtime Dunder Mifflin employees will be.
The Office's showrunner Greg Daniels revealed former series regulars...
Top Chef's Chris "CJ" Jacobson is on a seven-challenge win streak on Last Chance Kitchen, which should feel good right now... except for those pesky online comments.
On the weekly online series, in which ousted Top Chef contestants battle it out for a chance to re-enter the main competition, CJ recently trounced Micah in a head-to-head challenge over tartare. Chef Tom Colicchio, who is the sole judge on Last Chance Kitchen, deemed CJ's beef heart tartare with pickled duck skin and tomato water the winning dish. Some of the comments online, however, have called for blind tasting to remove the perception that Tom may be favoring CJ because of a supposed "bromance" between the two chefs.
In the second part of our farewell to Fringe, producers and cast discuss the introduction of the parallel universe, which opened up the world of Fox's sci-fi drama to new and exciting possibilities, including a new set of characters with names like Walternate and Bolivia that fans would — gasp! — actually come to love in the end...
Emily Deschanel, Patrick Dempsey, Pauley Perrette
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Can you give us any more details on Brennan's near-death experience on Bones? — Destiny
ADAM: "I am shot and I die," Emily Deschanel deadpans. Fortunately, she continues, while Brennan is trapped between planes, she reunites (and has a heart-to-heart) with her long-dead mother, which could change Brennan's view of the world completely. "She has some big words of advice for me," Deschanel says. "You discover where Brennan's hyper-rational perspective came from, and ... her mother shatters it a bit. No one changes over night, but that does change Brennan and really seeps into her life."
Will Derek ever return to surgery on Grey's Anatomy? — Katie
NATALIE: I posed that very question to executive producer Shonda Rhimes and her response may scare you...
To watch or not to watch? That is the question TVGuide.com examines as Idol enters the twilight of its tween years:
The Count is coming!
Fringe alum Seth Gabel will make his way to Arrow in the upcoming Wednesday, Jan. 30 episode, fittingly titled "Vertigo." The Count is actually based on DC Comics' supervillain Count Vertigo, though in Arrow's take, Vertigo will actually be the name of a drug that plagues Starling City.
That drug comes from The Count, so it should come as no surprise that when Thea (Willa Holland) falls victim to it, Oliver (Stephen Amell) will go after the man himself. "What gets Oliver into The Count's orbit and puts the two of them in conflict is actually a really personal motivation," executive producer Marc Guggenheim tells TVGuide.com. "Someone...
Olivia Pope is known for covering up all sorts of secrets, but what will she do when faced with the possibility that her own deepest, darkest secret will come out?
Scandal Postmortem: What's next for Fitz? Tony Goldwyn speaks!
This week's Scandal, titled "A Criminal, a Whore, an Idiot and a Liar" — you'll love who that's referring to — will put Olivia (Kerry Washington) in that position when Edison (Norm Lewis) accuses her of having an affair with (gasp!) the President of the United States (Tony Goldwyn). How will Olivia react? Check out a sneak peek at Edison's accusation below and hit the comments with your thoughts on how Olivia can weasel her way out of this one!