Will you get in bed with Jane the Virgin?
Now that the CW series has premiered, we want to know your thoughts — and what you think of every new show this season.
NBC's hit comedy About a Boy returns Tuesday at 9:30/8:30c, and no one is more excited for the show's second season than star David Walton. After all, this is his first time.
"This is my first Season 2 experience, and I really like it," he tells TVGuide.com. "It's just nice to be employed."
Despite his talent, good looks and charm, Walton is quite familiar with the alternative of not having a gig. Over the past decade, he has starred on six failed network TV shows (Cracking Up, Heist, Quarterlife, 100 Questions, Perfect Couples and Bent) before finding success on...
Casey Wilson, Ken Marino
If you call Marry Me, NBC's new sitcom, Happy Endings: The Year of Penny, Casey Wilson isn't going to stop you.
"It's flattering. I loved doing the show and I'm so happy that people who watched Happy Endings loved it so much," Wilson tells TVGuide.com. "There weren't a lot of them!"
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On Marry Me (premieres Tuesday, 9/8c), Wilson plays Annie, who unknowingly ruins her longtime boyfriend Jake's (Ken Marino) proposal by going on a hysterical tirade while he's on bended knee — not to mention with ...
A nasty ankle sprain didn't stop Michael and Scott on The Amazing Race, but bad directions did. The Boston firefighters were on the verge of safety when locals directed them the opposite way to the pit stop at Scotland's St. Ninian's Isle. "It was bad directions and a host of things coming together," Michael tells TVGuide.com. "And we have no one to blame but ourselves." Is it worse getting eliminated because of bad directions than an injury? See what they have to say below. Plus: Find out how they feel about Phil Keoghan picking them to win before the season began.
Jane the Virgin
Bless the TV gods for bestowing upon this mostly mediocre fall season the year's most promising new rising star and most instantly adorable new character: Gina Rodriguez as Jane Villanueva, a good girl in an impossible situation. The CW's Jane the Virgin (Mondays, 9/8c) is an infectiously enjoyable confection of outlandish telenovela-inspired soap opera (think Ugly Betty) grounded in lovably fractious family dynamics (think a Latina Gilmore Girls — and how Jane would have been welcomed on the still-sorely-missed WB network).
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 5 premiere of The Walking Dead. Read at your own risk.]
Well that didn't take long.
The Walking Dead's hotly anticipated Season 5 premiere wasted little time getting right into the action — and as a result, quickly paved the way for our band of survivors to escape Terminus, the presumed safe haven they arrived at last season only to be thrown into a train car. Although Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Glen (Steven Yeun) and Bob (Lawrence Gilliard Jr.) were pulled out of the train car to meet a grisly, throat-slitting fate, they...
Dominic West, Ruth Wilson
There are two sides to every story, and Showtime's provocative new drama The Affair aims to tell them both.
The series, debuting Sunday at 10/9c, uses a Roshomon-like technique to tell the stories of Noah Solloway (The Wire's Dominic West) and Allison Lockhart (Luther's Ruth Wilson), a pair who begin their titular adulterous romance during a summer in Montauk. Each person is recalling his or her version of events as part of a present-day framing device, and, naturally, there are significant differences depending on who is telling the story.
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"I'm interested in psychology and the way that people think about themselves and who they are versus who they want to be," executive producer Sarah Treem, who developed the series with In Treatment's Hagai Levi, tells TVGuide.com....
Cristela Alonzo and Gabriel Iglesias
Are you going to commit to Cristela?
Now that the ABC comedy has premiered, we want to know your thoughts — and...
Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus
Even the best TV dramas start to show signs of slowing down after a few years. And while AMC's The Walking Dead has arguably had its own share of stumbles in the past, the confident, action-packed Season 5 premiere suggests a show that's just getting warmed up.