Compulsive hoarder Caryn just wants to get better and be happier and that's why she's seeking help.
On Sunday's episode of Hoarding: Buried Alive (9/8c, TLC), we see Caryn struggle with trying to regain her life and the home that her parents left her after their deaths 10 years ago. Her inability to stop hoarding, however, has forced the city to kick her out of the horrible conditions in her home. Now, if she doesn't make headway in clearing the house, the home that she had with her parents could be torn down.
Patrick Wilson and Margo Martindale
The future of CBS' A Gifted Man may still be up in the air, but executive producer Neal Baer hopes the show has packed its remaining episodes with enough punch to earn a second season.
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For starters, Friday's episode (8/7c, CBS) finds Dr. Michael Holt (Patrick Wilson) in the center of a hostage situation after he testifies that a young man charged with manslaughter and arson only committed the crimes because he was suffering from a brain tumor...
Max Burkholder and Peter Krause
Since first learning that their son has Asperger's, Parenthood's Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina Braverman (Monica Potter) have fought tirelessly to give Max every available opportunity and not let it dictate his life.
But how do you protect your child when the rest of the world doesn't see it that way? In Tuesday's episode (10/9c, NBC), Adam and Kristina push Max (Max Burkholder) not to abandon his love of basketball and pass out of gym class. However, there's more to Max's sudden decision to back out of the sport than meets the eye.
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"I know I have a good lay-up, and I tell the other kids that, but they still don't...
Amy Acker, known for portraying a sweet egghead who was enslaved on Joss Whedon's vampire-detective series Angel, won't be playing the victim on Friday's Grimm (9/8c, NBC).
In "Tarantella," Acker plays Lena, an alluring woman who happens to be a deadly black widow-type of creature, or in Grimm-speak, a Spinnetod. "It's a spider-creature who, in order to survive, has to sacrifice or eat three men every five years," the actress tells TVGuide.com.
Hugh Laurie, House
The doctor is out. And while there isn't exactly huge outrage over House's cancellation (more than 70 percent of TVGuide.com voters agreed it was time to pull the plug on Hugh Laurie's curmudgeonly genius), many die-hard fans are left pondering just what sort of ending creator David Shore and his team will come up with.
House pulls the plug after eight seasons
"It's not going to be an unceremonious finish, I can tell you that," Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly said during the Television Critics Association winter previews, when he acknowledged that he was talking with the show's creative crew about potentially wrapping things up. "It will absolutely have a satisfying conclusion. ... I can guarantee you there's no way David Shore is going to have the fans feel like it wasn't properly capped off."
So just how will viewers say goodbye to Dr. House? Let's ponder the possibilities...
Anika Noni Rose and Taye Diggs
Sam's sister has arrived!
Corrine, played by Tony winner Anika Noni Rose, made a brief appearance in last week's episode when Sam (Taye Diggs) bailed her out of jail after she robbed a convenience store. First impressions aside, she's no common criminal, and despite what the promos lead you to believe, she's not just some drugged out, desperate woman. She's actually...
Will Gardner (Josh Charles) has been having a rough couple of months on The Good Wife. First, he got dumped by the love of his life, Alicia. Then, he was almost indicted by a grand jury for judicial bribery. And soon, he will face possibly losing his law license.
Luckily, help is on the way in the form of moral — and by the looks of things, musical — support from his sisters, played by Nurse Jackie's Merritt Wever and...
Although Leroy Jethro Gibbs got to see how his life could have played out differently on the landmark 200th episode of NCIS, he decided he wouldn't have it any other way.
NCIS celebrates 200 episodes with an emotional "what if?" story
After being fired at while enjoying his morning cup of coffee at a diner, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) was led by the ghosts of Mike Franks (Muse Watson), Riley McCallister (Michael O'Neill) and Gibbs' wife Shannon (Darby Stanchfield) to some of the defining moments of Gibbs' life and the series. What if Gibbs had stopped a sniper from killing agent Kate Todd (Sasha Alexander)? What if Gibbs hadn't killed the man who murdered his family? And what if Gibbs hadn't been an NCIS agent at all?
In the end, truth was better than fiction for Gibbs. We chatted with executive producer Gary Glasberg about creating this one-of-a-kind hour...