Joy Bryant and Dax Shepherd, Parenthood
It was the best of times and it was the worst of times on last week's Parenthood. Jasmine (Joy Bryant) professed her love for Crosby (Dax Shepard), just as his sister, Julia, (Erika Christensen) learned the heart-breaking news that she was not going to be a mother again.
And don't push those tissue boxes away just yet. "I'm really proud of the finale. It was one of those episodes where so many things come together and it's got good humor, it's emotional," showrunner Jason Katims tells TVGuide.com. "It's a nice mix of seeing some things come to a really satisfying ending and on the other hand, opening up...
On Friday's Spartacus: Vengeance, Gannicus is back! But what havoc does the former Champion of Capua wreak in his old gladiator stomping grounds? Don't look at Gannicus. Turns out that it's Spartacus' men who are behind the biggest, baddest arena bloodbath to date.
Spartacus and Co. find new digs at an abandoned structure and learn that Rhaskos, Crixus and Oenomaus are to be executed. Spartacus can't resist trying to save them, even if this means sneaking into an arena full of Romans who have been hunting him. Meanwhile, Gannicus has returned to Capua and in his mind, acting as Oenomaus' executioner will give the former Doctore the glorious, noble gladiator's death he deserves. That will totally make up for sleeping with his wife before she died! Not an awkward reunion at all.
Jon Bernthal, Andrew Lincoln
"I'm not the good guy anymore."
Those words are spoken by The Walking Dead's Rick Grimes during one of several intense conversations on Sunday's episode (9/8c, AMC) of the zombie drama. According to series star Andrew Lincoln, he's been waiting a long time to hear his character say just that.
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Lincoln tells TVGuide.com his favorite part of the graphic novel series that inspired the show was watching Rick devolve from the upstanding sheriff's deputy to a man willing to do almost anything to survive during lawless, zombie-infested times. That transformation is about to happen on-screen...
Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson
Olivia has been kidnapped. Peter still hasn't found a way home. And David Robert Jones is running amok in both universes.
These are just a few of the problems the Fringe crew faces in this week's new episode, "The End of All Things" — which also happens to be the final episode for nearly a month. As Peter (Joshua Jackson) attempts to recover his lost love — new timeline Olivia (Anna Torv), to be clear — he'll come face-to-face with the man who once saved his life: the mysterious Observer known as September (Michael Cerveris), who will offer up a wealth of answers as to who the Observers truly are. Here are five teases from Friday's episode to whet your appetite:
Dustin Clare, Spartacus: Vengeance
Gannicus! Gannicus! Gannicus! The original Champion of Capua returns to Spartacus: Vengeance on Friday (10/9c, Starz), and like the last time he entered that arena, many will die. But will they perish at his hand?
Geoff Stults, TJ Thyne
Missing Bones? Thursday's episode of The Finder may have just the fix you need.
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While the Jeffersonian Institute shuts down for a week of vacation, Hodgins (Bones' TJ Thyne) decides to skip down to the Everglades to enlist the services of Walter Sherman (Geoff Stults). Hodgins, whose interest is piqued by the disappearance of an astronaut, hopes Walter can help him find the missing spaceman in order to prove a government cover-up of the existence of alien life.
Although Hodgins and Walter are both skeptics, that doesn't mean they'll necessarily get along. "There are two different types of paranoia: Hodgins believes in the extraterrestrial; Walter believes in the conspiracy," Stults tells TVGuide.com...
One day after Glee aired its winter finale, which included an attempted suicide, a win at Regionals, a near-exchange of matrimonial I do's, and a surprise car wreck, Grant Gustin was back at it...auditioning for film roles while the regular cast shot its next episode.
At the moment, Gustin doesn't know the fate of his controversial alter-ego Sebastian, the smarmy Warbler introduced as this season's threat to New Directions. Karofsky's tragedy appears, for now, to have...
Loretta Devine and James Pickens, Jr.
Richard's had a rough year on Grey's Anatomy already having taken the fall for Meredith and stepped down as Chief of Seattle Grace. Now Adele's illness may pull him from the hospital altogether.
"Adele's Alzheimer's is progressively getting worse," James Pickens Jr. tells TVGuide.com. "It's obvious now that the Alzheimer's is making her a danger to...