Is Paige (Serinda Swan) getting herself in over her head? It sure looks like it.
After finding the Tinker Bell backpack belonging to Lina, one of the mules hired to bring drugs across the border, on the most recent episode of Graceland, it doesn't take long for Paige to figure out that ...
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13. Best Brushes with Death: Despite Mike's misgivings, Johnny goes undercover to befriend Carlos, a high-rolling criminal on Graceland. Just when it seems Johnny has won him over, Carlos challenges him to a "friendly" gun duel and of course cheat by drawing early. He's about to squeeze the trigger, when his concerned sister interrupts. Whew! Moments later, Johnny escapes death a second time when...
Serinda Swan, Aaron Tveit
Welcome home, Mike!
One week after returning to the house on Graceland (Wednesdays, 10/9c, USA), the FBI agent received one heck of a welcome wagon from housemate Paige when she caught him peeking into her bedroom and dropped her towel.
"[That's] one of the most interesting invitations I've ever seen. And...
Kiefer Sutherland, Mark Feuerstein, David Boreanaz
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I can't believe they killed President Heller on 24: Live Another Day! What does this mean for Jack? — Jackie
It's safe to assume that Jack's role in Heller's death will mean major drama between Jack and Heller's daughter Audrey. But even though you'd think Audrey could never forgive Jack's betrayal, there may be a glimmer of hope (especially since Audrey's husband also played along with Heller's death wish.) "Jack's question when this is all over is, 'Can he go back with Audrey? Is there a chance for the two of them?'"executive producer Evan Katz says. "In Episode 5, it was pretty clear that the two of them still love each other."
Now that Hank is back in the Hamptons on Royal Pains, does that mean that he and Boris are done? — Deb
Secrets nearly tore the housemates apart for good last year on Graceland, and now that Briggs (Daniel Sunjata) and Charlie (Vanessa Ferlito) are an item, things are only going to get more complicated.
In this exclusive sneak peek from Wednesday's new episode (10/9c, USA), Briggs reveals his dangerous plan for finding out who...
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12. Best Timing: Everyone on Playing House knows that Mark once proposed to Emma, well except Mark's now wife Tina. So once an epic fight between Tina and Emma starts up, Maggie tries her best to squash it by saying that everyone has hooked up with Mark at one point or another, including her! Emma is horrified to find out her BFF broke the sacred girl code and...
Aaron Tveit, Manny Montana, Daniel Sunjata
When Aaron Tveit first signed on for USA's crime drama Graceland, he thought he was going to play the hero. He was in for a big surprise.
"On paper, I thought Mike would be the good guy and Briggs would be the bad guy," Tveit tells TVGuide.com. "But ... a lot of people root ...
Daniel Sunjata, Vanessa Ferlito
"Am I supposed to trust you now?"
Yes, the entire team survived last year's fatal season finale of Graceland, but serious...
Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams
Summer is here, which means it's time to break out the sunscreen. But for the stars of USA, that also means it's time to break out the dancing shoes...
Simon Baker, Robin Tunney
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Question: Last week, you wrote about how producers "often — too often, to be honest — try to end their seasons with a bang ... in hopes of stimulating interest for when they return several months later." I understand the reasoning, and it definitely worked for me with Person of Interest — it was game-changing and left me very curious to see how it goes, but satisfying. However I had the opposite reaction to Castle, which looked to be heading for a good place to pause with a minor game-changer (Mr. & Mrs. Castle), even got some nice wedding emotion going, and then threw in a ridiculous "dun-dun-dun" moment which had zero emotional impact as no one believes Castle could be dead. Most of these cliffhangers now seem to me like cheap tricks, a shyster trying to "buy" your viewing next fall, while moving the story to a new level seems a legitimate way of keeping interest and far more likely to have a good payoff in terms of the story next year. Anyway, it led me to wonder are there any "cliffhangers" of the past that you remember with pleasure and/or satisfaction, or is it only the game-changers that stand out in your mind? As always, thanks for an interesting column. — Elle