House, Jeffrey Wright
Monday's pivotal episode of House shines a light on perhaps the most crucial question of the series: Do Dr. House's life-preserving ends justify his usually outlandish means?
House First Look: Jeffrey Wright puts Dr. House on trial!
For nearly eight seasons, Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) has been able to pull almost any stunt he pleased at Princeton-Plainsboro, simply because he's a brilliant diagnostician who saves lives. But in Monday's episode (8/7c, Fox), House's methods end in a catastrophe that threatens one of his team member's future at the hospital. Enter Dr. Walter Cofield (guest star Jeffrey Wright), the head of neurology at a nearby hospital and a former mentor to Dr. Foreman (Omar Epps) — and the man who will determine whether House or his team is to blame for the accident.
"Jeffrey's character really decides the fate of the series — he puts House's process on trial," director and executive producer Greg Yaitanes tells TVGuide.com...
Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Jennifer Beals
When Jennifer Beals comes to Castle as part of a February sweeps two-parter, she will be more than just one of Rick Castle's old flames.
Exclusive: Castle books Jennifer Beals for two-parter
When Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) discover a murder victim who was apparently murdered by a rogue CIA agent, they quickly find themselves in the middle of a much larger investigation, led by Beals' Sophia Conrad.
"She is a CIA agent and, as we know, in Richard Castle's first series of books, a female CIA agent figured prominently," creator and executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe tells TVGuide.com. "So, of course, it would lead us to ask: Is Beckett Castle's first muse?"
Naturally, Beckett learning that she isn't Castle's first will leave Beckett with lots of questions about the will-they-won't-they couple's future...
In Friday's Spartacus: Vengeance, we finally got to hear the iconic "I am Spartacus," which should make wise Romans turn tail. Luckily for us, their dissipated appetites are greater than their sense of preservation, and that means lots of fun conflict this season!
Spartacus and Co. follow a lead about Naevia's whereabouts to one Roman's abode, go on a massive killing spree and free the slaves. Huzzah, right? Wrong. Long-haired slave Tiberius had a cushy life here. Sure he was forced to have sex, but...
In the past seven seasons of Supernatural, Sam Winchester has had to face some freaky creatures, including all manner of demons, spirits and the undead.
Now add to that list his ultimate nightmare: clowns.
New Girl, Raising Hope
Sorry, Gleeks: After regionals, Glee is going on a nearly two-month hiatus to make room for a new Tuesday night comedy block.
Beginning March 6...
Finally, after four seasons of Fringe, Astrid is stepping into the spotlight when the Astrids from both universes come together.
Early in Fringe's run, Astrid's conspicuously minimal dialogue became the topic of many a wager -- with fans betting how many lines she'd have in an episode -- and even spawned a drinking game in which viewers would take a drink every time Astrid was in a scene, but never spoke a word.
"It's a great drinking game," portrayer Jasika Nicole jokes, but cautions that her juicy story line in Friday's episode won't be offering opportunities for audience inebriation. "You are going to be so sober by the end of [Friday's] episode, you might even be disappointed."
TVGuide.com caught up with Nicole to find out what's in store for the Astrids' meeting, the David Robert Jones (Jared Harris) showdown and Peter's timeline troubles...
A year ago, no one, not even the powers that be at NBC, expected The Voice to pose a real threat to American Idol. Simon Cowell had taken his talents to The X Factor and between the two shows, Fox would out-yell and outspend any and all other music competitions.
But then The Voice and its big red swivel chairs and its panel of feisty, funny judges surprised everyone. Rather than repurposing the Idol formula, The Voice gave America a much-needed break from painful auditions, "dawgs," "songs that inspire" week, and judges critiques that ranged from "you really made it your own" to "that was beautiful, perfect." The show also beat X Factor to the punch in having judges act as mentors to the contestants, and in lining up a group of...
Heather Morris, Ricky Martin and Harry Shum Jr.
Ricky Martin is wiggling his way to Glee and he's not doing it quietly.
In a sneak peek at Tuesday's episode, airing at 8/7c on Fox, Martin's character isn't afraid to show his passion ... for music and performs a bumping (and did we mention bilingual) rendition of LMFAO's "Sexy and I Know It."
Glee spoiler pics! Ricky Martin, Rachel's two dads and Mercedes' choice
Although we've heard this song about 167 too many times on the radio recently, we'll hand it to...
Amanda may be the current head of Division, but it appears that Percy might be calling the shots... from his prison no less.
"I think Amanda is a master manipulator, but I think Percy's ego is even bigger," Nikita's Melinda Clarke tells TVGuide.com. "I think Amanda is a little more realistic but found herself getting caught up in the power and grandeur of all of Division. She's ultimately the same creature as Percy, and gets caught up into wanting more and more power. It goes beyond just money. For the future of Division, it'll be interesting to see who ends up in power. Clearly it could be up for grabs."