Peter is coming back — and sooner than we thought!
Poor Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson). He seemingly disappeared into thin air after serving his purpose and uniting the two universes in the Season 3 finale of Fringe. Now, once he does return, no one will remember who he is, and...
Eating brains was only part of the pleasure for Jewel Staite when she guest-starred on Friday's episode of The CW's Supernatural (9/8c).
"I saw that Jensen [Ackles] was directing," Staite tells TVGuide.com. "He's an old friend of mine, so I thought, 'Ooooh, fun! That would be great.' Luckily it all worked out. When you get on a show where one of the actors is directing, it can go either way. Sometimes they can stress out if they have too much on their plate, but he was so calm and so cool and so collected. He just really impressed me. We had some days we didn't even go the full 12 hours of shooting. We were let out early because he knew exactly what he wanted and when he got it, he moved on."
Lyndsy Fonseca, Nikita
In Season 2 of Nikita, Alex is working alongside Division — but that doesn't mean that she and Nikita will remain adversaries.
Even if Nikita did break her arm and shoot her in the leg. Bygones! "I think there was a lot of worry this season about 'Oh my God, Alex is turning evil, Alex is on the bad side,' and it's really not that at all," Lyndsy Fonseca tells TVGuide.com. "It's kind of the unfortunate situation they're in right now. There's still a lot of love, there's still a lot of hate. There are moments in the next few episodes where Nikita tries to help Alex, and there's moments where Alex warns Nikita about things."
How did Seth Rogen land the role of Dirty Randy on The League? Well, he's a movie star, a skilled improviser. Oh yeah, and he looked the part.
"There's a very short list of people who are brilliantly funny and who are going to be a believable porn location scout," co-creator and executive producer Jeff Schaffer tells TVGuide.com. "So he was No. 1 on our list."
In the Season 3 premiere, airing Thursday at 10:30/9:30c on FX, the Knocked Up actor plays the oft-mentioned, never-before-seen directing buddy...
The Secret Circle
Now that The Secret Circle's coven has forged a semi-united front, the group's members will face new challenges as they struggle to understand their powers and whether to use them for good or evil, all while Cassie (Britt Robertson) tries to uncover the mysteries of their parents' coven.
Meet The Secret Circle's Secret Coven
In last week's episode, Cassie learned that her ...
It's not every day that you hear grown men shout "victory" in the middle of a home improvement store. For How to Be a Gentleman's Kevin Dillon, who recently ended an eight-season run on Entourage, it's just how people say hello.
"Before Entourage, I would have a lot of Marines and Platoon fans quoting, 'Did you see that head come apart?'" Dillon tells TVGuide.com. "Now, I get, 'Hey, Johnny Drama!' Just today, I went to Home Depot and I had guys screaming 'Victory!'"
A lot has changed for Dillon in the past eight years, and we're not just talking about how he's greeted at the checkout line. After first gaining...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the premiere of American Horror Story. Read at your own risk.]
So now you know what that creepy Rubber Man was doing on the posters for FX's American Horror Story. Give a squeal for Vivien's (very likely) baby daddy!
Will American Horror Story be a hit for FX?
TVGuide.com spoke to series star Connie Britton about the burning questions that linger from Wednesday's premiere, the show's planned two-part Halloween frightfest and what more viewers can expect from the deliciously sick and twisted minds of creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk:
Alexandra Breckenridge, American Horror Story
Glee bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are used to making audiences cheer, but Wednesday night they did their best to make them cringe with the premiere of FX's American Horror Story. We want to know what you thought of this show — and what you think of every new series this season.
Remember how we were first introduced to Reese (Jim Caviezel) in Person of Interest? Just him and his ladylove cavorting between the sheets during happier, clean-shaven times.
His present-day voiceover, of course, was less happy: "When you find that one person who connects you to the world, you become someone different, someone better. When that person is taken from you? What do you become then?"
But was she really taken from him?