Last week, Cougar Town returned with an engagement as Grayson (Josh Hopkins) popped the question to Jules (Courteney Cox). So why put the former will-they-or-won't-they couple on the fast track to wedded bliss rather than play up the drama?
"I thought it was an interesting choice to have them together as quick as they did just because I'm so used to the Ross and Rachel push-pull, back-and-forth. It took years and years," star and executive producer Cox tells TVGuide.com. "But I love what they've done because I think it's really smart to...
Sam Neill and Sarah Jones
Only a month in to its freshman season and Alcatraz has already raised many mysteries. We've been dissecting them each week in hopes of figuring out the answers.
To recap: San Francisco detective Rebecca Madsen (Sarah Jones) and Alcatraz expert Diego Soto (Jorge Garcia) were enlisted by federal agent Emerson Hauser (Sam Neill) to track down a group of Alcatraz prisoners and guards who mysteriously vanished into thin air in 1963. Dubbed the '63s, the men are returning to present day with missions to track down keys that apparently unlock a secret "downstairs" door at the prison where... well, we don't know that yet, but we do know the prison doctors were taking the prisoners' blood, and Tommy Madsen (David Hoflin) was begrudgingly at the center of it.
Dissecting Alcatraz's Mysteries: Who are the '63s?
TVGuide.com turned to executive producers Jennifer Johnson and Dan Pyne to answer some of the questions we've been keeping track of. For instance: Who are the powers that be that are behind the '63s' disappearance? We may be meeting one of them soon!
Sarah Wayne Callies and Andrew Lincoln
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk. ]
Lori has come a long way from housewife-turned-zombie apocalypse survivor. Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead proved she would do just about anything to keep her family intact, even if it means planting the seed in husband Rick's head that his best friend Shane needs to die.
TVGuide.com turned to executive producer and showrunner Glen Mazzara to get the scoop on Lori's "foolish decision." Plus: What will the future hold for Shane, who's long outlived his comic book counterpart? Find out below:
[WARNING: This story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of The Good Wife. Read at your own risk.]
He survived the wrath of Peter Florrick and the State's Attorney office, but Will Gardner (Josh Charles) was no match for the Illinois State Bar Association on Sunday's episode of The Good Wife. Faced with the possibility of losing his law license forever, Will took responsibility for that $45,000 loan and agreed to a six-month suspension. So what's next? How will his time away from the law change Will? How will
Lockhart Gardner Lockhart and Associates, and Alicia (Julianna Margulies), change without him? TVGuide.com spoke with show bosses Robert and Michelle King to get our burning questions answered.
Matthew Perry joins the cast of The Good Wife
How long has this been in the works?
Robert King: We started this year thinking the theme would be about risk. It really turned fairly quickly into being about consequences. Our people have a lot of close scrapes and get off. This one felt like it should come down like a lot of bricks on Will's head. And we didn't want to just...
Spartacus: Vengeance lulled us into a false sense of security about the violence it has been presenting thus far this season. No more. All the bloodshed that has come before has been positively civilized -- dare we say, boring -- compared to the heinousness that went down at the Roman house party.
But first, we catch up with Spartacus and his crew, who are on the run after a semi-successful Naevia rescue mission. Although the former gladiators kill more than their fair share of pursuing Romans, the rebels are eventually picked off one by one until all that's left are a fierce Mira, frightened Naevia, formidable Spartacus and seriously injured Nasir. They really should just jettison the Syrian, but Spartacus is all "no slave left behind" and follows Naevia's advice to cauterize his wound with fire. Just when it seems that new Romans have caught up to them, it turns out to be the other rebel faction led by Agron. Huzzah!
The Warblers vs. New Directions: Who will win Glee's next Regionals competition?
The two glee clubs go head-to-head at Regionals in Tuesday's episode (8/7c, Fox), in which the Warblers sing The Wanted's "Glad You Came," while New Directions takes on Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger." Check out their performances below, along with a sneak peek at Sebastian's scheming ways and a behind-the-scenes look at the big Regionals episode, which made Chris Colfer cry:
Raising Hope is getting a visit from a real Jackass.
On Tuesday's episode, (9:30/8:30c, Fox), Jimmy (Lucas Neff) is determined to help Sabrina get over a childhood phobia. The downside? He ends up in the hospital. The upside? He finds himself recovering next to Jackass star...
Out with the old, in with the Shue.
Wednesday's CSI began the process of replacing Marg Helgenberger's Catherine Willows. It did so with the introduction of Elisabeth Shue as Julie "Finn" Finlay, a blood-spatter expert brought in by D.B. Russell (Ted Danson) to sort through a particularly grisly and confusing crime scene. And one thing's for sure: These two have complicated history.
Marg Helgenberger says goodbye to CSI
Although Finn initially rebuffs Russell's invite to consult for the CSI team...