"I've dealt with murderers, psychopaths. None of them can turn my stomach like Charles Augustus Magnussen." Sherlock Holmes meets his most heinous foe yet on PBS' Sherlock finale Sunday ...
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Hannibal is continuing to scare up great guest stars.
Lost's Jeremy Davies and The Three Stooges star Chris Diamantopoulos will both appear in the NBC drama's second season, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Davies, whose casting was mentioned recently during the Television Critics Association winter previews, will appear in two episodes as Peter Bernardone, an animal rescue worker who becomes a suspect when a bizarre murder is discovered at a stable where he once worked. Diamantopoulos will play Clark Ingram, Peter's longtime social worker who has perhaps been too influential in his client's life...
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Is Quinn really no longer a Gladiator on Scandal? —Jonas
Well, for now. But wait until Olivia finds out that Huck ousted her from the group! Prepare for one Huck of a fight! "He doesn't feel bad about what he did to Quinn," Guillermo Diaz says. "He only feels bad that Olivia is upset at him for doing what he did. [But] he's not apologizing for it and he's standing his ground."
Any How I Met Your Mother scoop? —Katia
The series finale is titled "Last Forever," which, like most HIMYM episodes, will fiddle with the timeline. "We're a very time-jumpy show, so you will see a lot of the future and where everyone is in the end," HIMYM boss Craig Thomas says. But when is the end -- like past 2030?
The macabre NBC drama returns in February and picks up right where we left off, with poor Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) behind bars, framed by the nefarious cannibal Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) for a series of murders.
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On its face, HBO's True Detective looks like a number of other dark and twisted serial killer murder mysteries. But it becomes clear very early on that the show's creator, novelist Nic Pizzolatto, has much more on his mind.
"I'm not interested in creating disgusting monsters or the most bizarre serial killer ever," Pizzolatto tells TVGuide.com. "My primary concern is always the humanism of the characters. Where the show gains its power for an audience, I think, is in things that aren't investigative at all. It's in two men talking to one another in a car. It's in a man coming over to another man's house for dinner and eating with his family. Those are the things that always interest me."
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In this case, the two men riding in a car are Martin Hart (Woody Harrelson) and Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey), two detectives in Louisiana's Criminal Investigation Division who team up for a murder case in 1995...
Torture! Clones! Betrayal! Sexting! And just sex! From touching series finales (farewell, 30 Rock and The Office!) to Game of Thrones' brutal Red Wedding, 2013 was brimming with fantastic hours of television. TVGuide.com has compiled the top 25 episodes. Which ones made the cut? Tune in all week to see the full list.
What were the best TV shows of 2013?
Here are Episodes 20-16. (Catch up with Episodes 25-21.)
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Hannibal is back for seconds this February!
The 13-episode second season of the thriller...
Gillian Anderson has become the American queen of British TV with powerful performances in such classics as Great Expectations and Bleak House. Season 1 of The Fall, her latest Brit hit, a highly praised contemporary crime thriller, has just been released on DVD by Acorn. The X Files star talks to TV Guide Magazine about the BBC show as well as her return to U.S. network television and a possible sci-fi project.
When it comes to the food used on NBC's Hannibal, executive producer Bryan Fuller puts as much thought into those gorgeous spreads as he does the characters who eat them.
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When he's not killing people, Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) is an excellent cook. (Though sometimes, his two hobbies overlap!) In order to make Hannibal's dinner party scenes come to life, Fuller teamed with chef Jose Andres....
Cynthia Nixon is returning to television.
The Sex and the City alum has landed a recurring role on NBC's Hannibal, TVLine.com reports.
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