This Monday at 8 pm/ET, when Fox's Prison Break stages its annual midseason finale, the prospects for "Operation Scylla-Snatch" perhaps have never looked so bleak. Having gotten a hold of Michael and blackmailed Linc to do their bidding, the Company saddles Burrows with a most motley crew of accomplices: Gretchen, T-Bag and disgraced federal agent, Don Self.
Can't these assorted archenemies just get along? "I think the Company is asking for trouble," Jodi Lyn O'Keefe (Gretchen) tells TVGuide.com. "Putting these people together ...
Marissa Jaret Winokur
Marissa Jaret Winokur may not have won a disco ball, but she might be winning over dance and fitness converts with her new TV series.
The Dancing with the Stars alumna will be helming Oxygen's new weight-loss reality show, Dance Your Ass Off. Winokur will introduce new dance routines to the contestants each week, as well as help usher them toward healthier lifestyles.
Might Britney Spears' comeback trail ultimately lead her to serve as a celebrity mentor to this season's batch of American Idol wannabes? Or, at the very least, might she be one of this season's guest performers, akin to how she recently served up "Womanizer" on Idol's UK counterpart, X Factor?
Simon Cowell shares his honest opinion, after the jump.
Clay Aiken was "saved" from obscurity by Idol's Wild Card round, which is now back in play.
American Idol is plumbing its past to bolster its future, in the wake of a seven percent audience decline for the previous cycle.
Among the changes on tap for Season 8, premiering Jan. 13, is the resurrection of two elements from seasons gone by — one of which affects game play, the other offering fun (if not deliciously catty) insight into the semifinalists.
As hinted in recent weeks, Season 8 will ...
Tom Cavanagh with Zach Braff, Scrubs
Before Scrubs signs off for good, fans can count on one final appearance by J.D.'s ne'er-do-well brother, Dan.
"I would say the chances are 100 percent," Tom Cavanagh confirmed during a TVGuide.com Q&A to promote his new TNT series, Trust Me. "If I was a betting man ...
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, Lost fans will find themselves watching the upcoming Season 5 without interruption, sources tell TVGuide.com.
Of course, going interruption-free has always been the plan for the series' final three seasons. Season 4, however, was compromised by last winter's WGA strike. And looking ahead to this season, ABC has yet to ...
In the aftermath of Wall Street's fall and in the face of crumbling faith in big business' self-regulation, it seems like the right time for TNT's Leverage. The drama series, which kicks off Dec. 7 (10 pm/ET), follows a group of unlikely allies who team up to right wrongs against average people and get revenge through elaborate con games. Part high-tech spy thriller, part goofy comedy, the rag-tag Leverage crew is helmed by Nate Ford (Timothy Hutton), a former insurance investigator who hits rock bottom before he's offered a con gig that leads him to assemble a team of specialized thieves, martial arts experts and more — and start over with a new sense of purpose. TVGuide.com sat down with Hutton to get inside the mind of Nate Ford and find out what twists are in store for his team in its premiere season. Plus, the actor, who has numerous film projects on the horizon (and in 1980, at the age of 20, won an Oscar his supporting role in Ordinary People), shares what drew him back to TV.
Elisha Dushku with Bryan Greenberg, Nobel Son
The bad news: Tru Calling is still cancelled. The good news: Fans of Eliza Dushku have two big reasons to be excited. Not only has the Buffy alum reteamed with Joss Whedon to create Dollhouse for Fox (premiering Feb. 13), but she also rocks a rather wild role in a twisty indie hitting theaters on Friday.
Nobel Son stars October Road's Bryan Greenberg as Barkley, the son of a newly christened Nobel Prize winner (Alan Rickman) and a police psychologist (Mary Steenburgen). On the eve of jetting to Sweden for dad's big night, Barkley has an electric and amorous liaison with Dushku's character, named City Hall. That marks just the beginning of the film's very wild ride.
Dushku spoke with TVGuide.com about her Nobel endeavor, as well as shared an update on Dollhouse, which she touts as being "cool and hot and different." See what she had to reveal, after the jump.
Grey's Anatomy will have a new patient this winter — and he won't be an easy one to treat. Eric Stoltz will be rolled in to Seattle Grace's halls as a serial killer in need of serious medical attention, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
More details, after the jump.