Tony Goldwyn and Kerry Washington
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
President Fitzgerald Grant is less than a day out of his coma and he drops the dreaded "D" word!
That's right, Scandal's Commander in Chief (Tony Goldwyn) wants to do the unthinkable while in office: divorce his wife Mellie (Bellamy Young). Does Fitz's new lease on life mean he hopes to get back together with Olivia (Kerry Washington)? And seriously, can Scandal actually pull off a presidential divorce? TVGuide.com hit the set of Scandal during ABC's winter press tour to get the scoop!
Anthony Ryan Auld, Emilio Sosa and Uli Herzner
Project Runway crowned its second All-Stars champ Thursday night. In a typical all-stars twist to make the competition more difficult (and more torturous!) the remaining three designers only had four days to complete a full mini collection with as many (or few) pieces as they wished using a budget of $3,000.
So did Uli, Emilio or Anthony Ryan win? Let's take a look at the final harrowing runway:
In the final part of our farewell to Fringe, producers and cast discuss the episode that took Fox's sci-fi series in an entirely new direction: into the future. The series has always been known for its offbeat 19th episode, but its final one took the viewers on an adventure to Observer-occupied 2036, in which Peter, Astrid and Walter were freed from amber by Peter and Olivia's grown-up daughter Etta. In the race to the series finale, what's left of the team will attempt to reset time in hopes of ridding the world of Observers...
Gurpreet Singh Sarin
American Idol scored its lowest regular-season premiere numbers ever Wednesday.
The former ratings behemoth averaged 17.8 million viewers and a 6.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic for its Season 12 opener, down 19 percent from last year's 21.9 million and 7.4. Only the series premiere, which bowed ...
Dunder Mifflin won't officially close its doors until May, but the beginning of the end of The Office is already ramping up.
"I don't think we're planning on packing everything into the last episode. I would encourage people, if you are waiting for the end of The Office to re-tune in, I would start doing it right away," series showrunner Greg Daniels told reporters during a set visit Wednesday. "[The Jan. 24 episode] is really what I would say is the beginning of the end where we really start to break down what's going on with this documentary and see behind the scenes, who's involved and...
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: