Forbidden romance at a prison never looked so sweet.
In this week's episode of Alcatraz we learned that Hauser (Sam Neill) and Lucy (Parminder Nagra), known then as Lucille, did know each other prior to the great disappearance of 1963. Hauser previously worked for the SFPD prior to his time on the island, transporting prisoners to Alcatraz.
Hauser delivered the newest occupant to Alcatraz: Paxton Petty, a war vet tried for bombing the city. Lucille initially turned down Hauser's offer of a ride back to the mainland, but Paxton's case brought them together. She showed up at his station so he could ask her out to dinner, and that's where he likely made the promise to his new friend to find out where Paxton's fourth and final bomb was planted. Their past relationship is just one of the new mysteries that Alcatraz introduced this week. Let's take a look at the others:
Thoughts on the third episode of The Voice blind auditions coming at you...right after someone revives me because I'm still in shock that there are people who choose "Hey There Delilah." For anything. In Life.
OK, I'm good. Let's do this.
Move over, Sam and Shane. There's a new romantic rivalry heating up the hallways of McKinley High on Glee just in time for Valentine's Day.
"Sugar is going to be in the middle of a love triangle," Vanessa Lengies tells TVGuide.com. "Rory and Artie fight back and forth the entire time for Sugar's hand."
In Tuesday's episode (8/7c, Fox), Sugar's dad throws her a huge party at Breadstix — soon to be renamed Sugar Shack — in honor of her favorite holiday. All of New Directions is invited to the bash — but not without one stern marching order from their hostess: No singles allowed!
Glee sneak peek: Samuel Larson make his debut! Plus: Rachel's dad arrive!
The warning is odd considering Sugar herself has been riding solo since she first popped up in September. However, her sudden desire for a date will...
It's Regionals time!
In the winter finale of Glee, New Directions will battle the Warblers for the title. Who will come out victorious? You'll have to tune into the Tuesday, Feb. 21 episode to find out. Until then...
Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic and Jennifer Beals
Jennifer Beals wants to make one thing very clear about her guest-starring role on Castle: Her character isn't looking to rekindle her past relationship with Castle (Nathan Fillion).
Exclusive: Castle boss and Stana Katic dish on Castle's first muse
On Monday's episode (10/9c, ABC) — the first of a two-parter — Beals plays CIA Agent Sophia Turner, who served as the inspiration for the female agent in Castle's series of Derrick Storm novels. And while Sophia's reappearance may push the buttons of Castle's latest muse, Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic), Beals insists her character's motives are pure.
"She's not trying to get [Castle] back," Beals tells TVGuide.com....
Comic Book Men
It took 41 years, but Kevin Smith is finally proving his parents wrong.
"They always said, 'Your friends are idiots. You can't sit around and goof off with your friends.' I was like, 'Yeah we can,'" Smith tells TVGuide.com of his new AMC reality series, Comic Book Men, starring his childhood friends-turned-comic book store employees Bryan Johnson, Walt Flanagan, Mike Zapcic and Ming Chen.
AMC green-lights Kevin Smith unscripted series
Comic Book Men (Sunday, 10/9c) is best described as Pawn Stars plus Clerks multiplied by comic books: one part docu-series about the crazy clerks, quirky customers and collectibles at Smith's Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash comic book store in Red Bank, N.J., and one part talk show, where the guys gather together — no confessional needed — to discuss the...
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.
Get more scoop on your favorite shows in our Winter TV preview
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...