Actress, singer, talk-show host and... model? Megan Mullally is about to make her runway debut on Tuesday's episode of Breaking In (9:30/8:30, Fox). So how did they talk her into it?
"Fortunately, I had not read the script very carefully, so I read it and I thought: underwear, fashion show, runway, I walk down it, whatever," Mullally told reporters last week on the set of the office comedy. "I just didn't think about the fact that I really had to do that. I'm glad I didn't."
Breaking In boss on adding "comic force" Megan Mullally and the show's rollercoaster ride to renewal
Mullally's foray into high fashion comes when Contra Security is hired by a...
Sarah Jones and Jorge Garcia
Since this week's episode of Alcatraz was supposed to air before the two-hour special, "Clarence Montgomery" was light on new reveals. We did, however, learn that Warden James (Jonny Coyne) charged Dr. Beauregard (Leon Rippy) with using Lucille's mind-tampering techniques in reverse, causing an actually innocent prisoner to commit murder using the same techniques he was falsely convicted of.
Dissecting Alcatraz's Mysteries: Is the Warden a '63? Or is he pulling the strings?
Since we already learned about the colloidal silver in the prisoners' blood last week, it came as no surprise when Doc (Jorge Garcia) and Rebecca (Sarah Jones) deduced that there were experiments going on at Alcatraz. Thus, a shortened Dissection this week. Check out two of our big questions, along with a few fan theories worth mentioning:
[WARNING: This story contains spoilers from Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives. Read at your own risk!]
"Our nightmare is finally over."
Unfortunately Susan Delfino (Teri Hatcher)'s words could not have been more wrong.
After months of speculation about who would show up on death's door on Wisteria Lane, it was finally revealed on Sunday's episode of Desperate Housewives that...
Craig Parker, Viva Bianca, Hannah Mangan Lawrence
On Friday's Spartacus: Vengeance, we find more reasons to really hate Glaber, which means that his eventual comeuppance will be sweet... and bloody!
The praetor has begun a reign of terror that mandates that any person who's thought to be a Spartacus sympathizer will be crucified, literally. He later invites Gannicus to help lead his men to victory against the rebels. Miserable with their lives under Glaber's rule, Lucretia thinks up a scheme to get Ilithiya out of town and then makes her own offer to Gannicus: She'll arrange it so certain guards are called away, making it easy for him to kill Glaber, which will end the crucifixions. Being Gannicus, he instead slaughters the caravan bringing Ilithiya to Rome and leaves behind his rudis, a rejection of the so-called freedom they had granted him.
Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin and Lana Parrilla
Dealing with family can often be challenging, but in the world of Once Upon a Time, the element of magic has made the family dynamic even more complicated.
Jennifer Morrison's down-to-earth Emma had previously lived a rootless existence, but now she's decided to stay in Storybrooke long-term, and her presence has begun to chip away at the curse the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla) had unleashed on the town. While this has caused the residents to see changes in their lives that have put them on the path to learning their true fairy tale identities, Emma is also undergoing her own transformation. Although she's currently unaware that the alter ego of her roommate Mary Margaret (Ginnifer Goodwin) is actually both her mother and Snow White, living with her has made an impact.
Laurie Holden and Jeffrey DeMunn
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers about AMC's The Walking Dead and the comic book series that inspired it. Read at your own risk.]
The Walking Dead has continually shocked fans and comic readers alike as the AMC series continues to deviate from Robert Kirkman's source material. Last week's surprising death was a perfect example.
After spending two seasons as the group's moral compass...
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The drama on Wisteria Lane has come out in open court — and we're not talking about whether Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry "hit" or "tapped" former cast member Nicollette Sheridan, who is suing Cherry for firing her allegedly after she complained about having been struck.
While testifying Thursday in court, series line producer George Perkins let slip that Sheridan's Edie Britt is not the most high-profile character to be killed off the show. That honor goes to — another spoiler warning to be safe...
Philadelphia Cream Cheese won't be spreading the good word during GCB.
Kraft has decided that it will no longer advertise its cream cheese during ABC's midseason show, which is based on the book series Good Christian Bitches, TMZ reports.
All-American Muslim is no more.
TLC's reality series about five Lebanese American Muslim families living in Dearborn, Mich., has not been renewed for a second season, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The Detroit Free Press first reported the news.