Castle is closed. The Buy More has gone out of business. The time has come to think of life after Chuck.
For the cast of NBC's spy dramedy, the two-hour series finale Friday (8/7c, NBC) is the last vestige of the life they knew for five years. Denial will not be an option for long, and many of the cast have already started planning for a future that's alternately exciting and daunting because of the numerous possibilities.
Paul Adelstein is heading behind the camera to direct his second episode of Private Practice, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Michael Jackson is the latest musical icon getting the star treatment on Glee, and from the looks of things, the New Directions kids have been doing their homework when it comes to the songs, the moves and — just as important — the outfits Jackson made famous.
In this video from the King of Pop's tribute episode, airing Tuesday at 8/7c on Fox, the group performs his 1983 hit "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin.'" Blaine (Darren Criss) takes the lead, dancing on his tip toes (and imitating that notorious pelvis thrust) while sporting Jackson's signature combo of...
Ed Westwick and Leighton Meester
Last we saw Chuck Bass, he was so determined to bust up Blair's wedding (ah, young love) that he told some malevolent priest from Monaco that he'd revert back to his dastardly scheming ways to do it. Which isn't so much what Blair wants, but Ed Westwick would love it.
That's because over the past two seasons of Gossip Girl, Chuck has been re-made into the heart-on-his-sleeve Romeo of the Upper East Side. His reformed self is still rich and pretentious, but the amoral playboy who once traded Blair for a hotel is long gone. Even his last fling last season with Raina turned into real love (if you take Blair out of the equation).
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"I feel like the old Chuck was a playboy and that's what I would have loved to have been," Westwick told TVGuide.com at the CW winter TV preview earlier this month. The 24-year-old British actor laughed before adding, "Maybe...
After five seasons of Chuck peppered with Subway sandwich campaigns and eleventh-hour renewals, it's clear that the spy series owes much of its life to its passionate fan base.
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"It's funny being on this show because it's such an -- I don't know if the word is 'honor' — to be a part of a show where the fans were so behind it because it's so mysterious," actor Vik Sahay told reporters at the set visit for Chuck's two-hour series finale (Friday, 8/7c, NBC). "It's so elusive how things connect with fans because you can kind of take all of the pieces of why it should and put them together and it often doesn't. So that kind of alchemy between the show and the fans is stunning. It's what's allowed the producers to create the show that they created. It's something that I've never experienced before, and it's so moving, and I don't know if I'll ever get a chance to experience that kind of back and forth again."
On Gossip Girl, it's all about the Chuck-Blair-Louis love triangle, but the soon-to-be mother of the bride is about to get entangled in a steamy romance of her own on Blue Bloods, TVLine reports.
Margaret Colin, who plays Blair Waldorf's mom, will appear in a March episode of the CBS crime drama as a love interest for Frank (Tom Selleck). Colin will play...