Winter TV


The Good Wife First Look: Meet Will's Sisters!

Josh Charles

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... read more

NCIS Boss on the 200th Episode: Gibbs Took a Big Step Forward

NCIS

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... read more

Suburgatory's Jeremy Sisto on George's XXL Discovery: "It's His Achilles Heel"

Jeremy Sisto

The last time George Altman found condoms in his daughter's bedroom on Suburgatory, he turned their entire life upside down and moved them from Manhattan to suburbia.

Now that he's found them again, expect George to act in a similarly outrageous and over-the-top fashion. "It's his Achilles heel," Jeremy Sisto tells TVGuide.com. "He's not ready to deal with his child growing up."

Clueless reunion! Alicia Silverstone rolling (with the homies) to Suburgatory

In Wednesday's episode (8:30/7:30c, ABC) George goes into panic mode and tries planning a game night with the girls to... read more

Exclusive: Miranda Lambert Previews Her "Nerve-Racking" SVU Acting Debut

Law & Order: SVU, Miranda Lambert

In her acting debut on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Miranda Lambert not only had to play a struggling artist desperate to make ends meet, but a timid one at that.

"I had to really pull from my gut on this whole role I was playing because I'm a very, strong confident person," the country star says, noting that she was portraying " a more subdued, naïve character" than herself. "I really had to really transform my personality which I wasn't sure I could do until I got on the set and sort of just tried to put... read more

Will Cougar Town's Grassroots Marketing Pay Off? The Cast and Crew Weigh In

Bob Clendenin, Busy Philips and Courtney Cox

Cougar Town has been off the air eight months, but that doesn't mean the show's cast and crew haven't been hard at work promoting the show's long-awaited return.

In October, the cast filmed secret, blink-and-you-missed-it cameos on other primetime series like Grey's Anatomy and Castle. Two months later, show bosses Bill Lawrence and Kevin Biegel began organizing  dozens of viewing parties in cities spanning from from Sarasota, FL to the show's Culver City set, where fans could come together to watch never-before-seen Season 3 episodes, meet members of the cast and enjoy some free wine. More recently, Biegel gave... read more

American Idol's Randy Jackson on Swooning, Stern Steven and How Season 11 Is More Intense

American Idol

While American Idol hasn't changed its format significantly for its 11th season, there are some surprises in store.

On a call earlier this month, judge Randy Jackson sidestepped questions about the new performance challenges, but teased that everything will be tougher this year — to the point that medics were even called in to treat fainting people auditioning in the Hollywood rounds, which begin Thursday (8/7c, Fox). Is this an indication that Idol has turned up the heat?

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Mega Buzz: Grey's Career Change, NCIS' No-Go Romance and a New Vampire Gal

Ellen Pompeo, Michael Weatherly, Ian Somerhalder

Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

Will Meredith ever go back to neuro on Grey's Anatomy? — Jenny
NATALIE:
Meredith will finally make her way back to neuro in an upcoming episode, but don't expect it to be a permanent stop, according to Ellen Pompeo. After Derek practically begs her to return to his service, Meredith ends up leaving shortly therafter when a serious mistake puts Lexie in the line of fire. Like a good big sis, Meredith takes the fall.

Any good Tiva moments coming up on NCIS? — Melissa
ADAM:
If it's Tiva tension you're after, don't miss next week's episode, which features... read more

Ricky Martin Brings the Duende to Glee — Should He Return?

Vanessa Lengies, Ricky Martin and Naya Rivera

Ricky Martin made his Glee debut Tuesday and the "Livin' La Vida Loca" singer proved not only that he's sexy and he knows it, but also showed himself to be a guest star with mucho potential.

Martin played David Martinez, the night school Spanish teacher who can sing, dance and roll his Rs so fast it makes Mr. Schue's head spin. After David explained the advantage of learning foreign languages through song, and shared his own hopes to start a night school glee club, Mr. Schue (Matthew Morrison) welcomed David to New Directions to help... read more

NCIS Celebrates 200 Episodes with an Emotional "What If?" Story

Mark Harmon and Muse Watson, NCIS

What if?

That's the basic question at the heart of NCIS' 200th episode. The landmark hour (airing Tuesday at 8/7c on CBS) takes Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) to his favorite diner for his usual morning cup of coffee. But he gets a whole lot more: Out of the blue, a hooded gunman approaches Gibbs, pulls his weapon and fires.

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Cue a string of mind-bending flashbacks that ask the question: What if Gibbs had taken a different path?
"There's almost an It's a Wonderful Life quality to it," executive producer Gary Glasberg says. "Gibbs is given an opportunity in a millisecond to see what the world would have been like if key moments in NCIS history and lore had unfolded differently. We've taken some of those moments and we let people see them unfold differently."

Indeed, Michael Weatherly, who plays Agent Tony DiNozzo, says... read more

House Postmortem: Can Chase and House Coexist After "Nobody's Fault"?

Jesse Spencer

[WARNING: This story contains spoilers from Monday's House. Read at your own risk.]

"They've decided that your being stabbed was nobody's fault. They're wrong. I'm sorry."

Those were the shocking words spoken by Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) to Dr. Chase (Jesse Spencer), who during the course of Monday's House found himself stabbed in the heart by a patient suffering a psychotic episode, and later, paralyzed from the waist down. And even though impartial arbitrator Dr. Cofield (guest star Jeffrey Wright) ruled that House and his unorthodox diagnostic processes were not to blame for the accident, Dr. Crankypants didn't let himself off so easily.... read more

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