Many weeks have passed since Michael's brother, Nate, was murdered right in front of him on Burn Notice. But our favorite burned spy may finally be able to get his revenge.
In this exclusive sneak peek from Thursday's summer finale (9/8c on USA), Michael's old CIA training officer, Tom Card (John C. McGinley), pitches in to...
Chris Colfer, Nathan Fillion, Nina Dobrev
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So what's the deal with Kurt this season on Glee? When is he going to New York? — Amy
NATALIE: Not right away. Kurt will still be hanging out at McKinley High in the season premiere, but it sounds like producers won't waste any time getting him to the Big Apple and... on his way to a career in fashion? In the third episode of the season, he'll meet an eccentric editor at Vogue (not his new boss) who'll recognize his (other) potential.
Will Castle and Beckett being together change the kinds of cases Castle features? — Melanie
ADAM: Not really, but...
Fiona, Fiona, Fiona.
Yes, much of the current season of Burn Notice has focused on Michael Westin's formerly detained girlfriend Fi (Gabrielle Anwar). But lest we forget, Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell) has a longtime lady love of his own.
Burn Notice boss Matt Nix on major death: "Michael's dancing really close to the edge"
On Thursday's episode (9/8c on USA), viewers will finally meet Elsa, Sam's oft-mentioned-but-never-seen "sugar mommy" girlfriend in...
Alon Aboutboul, David Fickas
Burn Notice has enlisted The Dark Knight Rises' Alon Aboutboul and I Hate My 30's vet David Fickas to guest-star, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Aboutboul, who plays scientist Dr. Pavel in the third of Christopher Nolan's Batman films, has been cast as Jabbar, a former Syrian intelligence officer wanted by...
[Spoiler Alert! The following story reveals major intel from Thursday's episode of Burn Notice. Read at your own risk.]
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times on Thursday's episode of Burn Notice. Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) finally...
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11. Worst Argument: After he's put into the bottom three on The Glee Project, Abraham delivers a perfectly fine performance of Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror" for his last-chance performance. But after feeling that he gave less than his best, he storms back onstage to tell Ryan Murphy and the other judges just how much he deserves to stay. "I'm not freaking leaving until I win this competition and you write a role for me on Glee," he proclaims. Murphy appreciates his initiative...
The Shield's Kenny Johnson will make a guest appearance on an upcoming episode of Burn Notice, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Johnson, who was last seen on NBC's Prime Suspect and has also had turns on The Mentalist and Sons of Anarchy, will play Tyler Gray, an assassin who is the target of a CIA operation in Panama. The character, described as being "as devious as he is deadly," will play a pivotal role on the show's midseason finale.
Former Desperate Housewives star Richard Burgi will guest-star on the Season 3 premiere of CBS' Blue Bloods, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Burgi will play Councilman Anthony Russo, the powerful, wealthy chairman of the Committee on Public Saftey. He promises Police Commissioner Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) that he will do his best to prevent NYPD budget cuts, but we're not so sure Frank should trust Russo's methods...
John C. McGinley and Jeffrey Donovan
Is Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) finally getting out of prison?
Michael's love has been stuck behind bars (and in that horrendous orange jumpsuit!) since Burn Notice's season premiere, but now that she's finally starting to get the hang of life in the slammer, it might be her time to go. But there's a catch. A big one...
CSI alum José Zúñiga will appear on an upcoming episode of Burn Notice, TVLine reports.
The actor will play Vasquez, a "clever and sadistic" cocaine smuggler who doesn't shy away from torture.