Haven fans may not recognize Duke Crocker's new love interest, but she's no stranger to his past.
"This woman [played by Vinessa Antoine] appears, who, it turns out, is technically married to Duke," Eric Balfour tells us. "It was a whirlwind shotgun wedding and she's kind of a con artist like Duke is. Somewhere along the lines she burned him."
Longtime Beverly Hills, 90210 resident Jason Priestley will guest-star on the upcoming season of Psych, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The 41-year-old actor will play a motorcycle-riding con artist who...
Syfy network has unveiled its jam-packed 2011 lineup, which includes the premiere of the scripted ensemble drama Alphas.
The show, premiering in July, follows a team of ordinary citizens with extraordinary abilities. Warehouse 13, Eureka and Haven are also slated to return in the summer.
Ira Steven Bahr named Alphas showrunner
"Our ambition in development is to push the boundaries of imagination, creativity, and story-telling," Syfy President Original Content Mark Stern said on Tuesday."We want to...
Jason Priestley is joining SyFy's Haven next season, TVLine reports.
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The Beverly Hills, 90210 star, 41, will play Chris Weekly, an intelligent but anti-social marine biologist who has to face an...
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Question: I really like the new show The Chicago Code; I am from Chicago and also love the fact that it is shot on location here. My only issue with the show is Jennifer Beals' HORRIBLE attempt at a Chicago accent (and I love her). It is especially grating when she is narrating the story. I have lived in Chicago my whole life, and I can tell you that most people do not have that Dennis Franz (or the SNL characters') accent. That is a South Side thing and only a portion of the South Side actually talks that way. I will say that Jason Clarke not only nails the South Side accent but also the whole South Side mentality of a diehard White Sox fan who hates the Cubs (Sox fans are an angry bunch). Everyone I know that has watched the show has had the same reaction to her and it almost makes the show unwatchable. What do you think? Why can't they just let her talk normally?
Danny isn't the kind of cop to let something like diplomatic immunity get in the way of putting a perpetrator behind bars, especially when the suspect is wanted in a rape case. But how to do it? Tonight, Danny gets Erin and Frank to help him figure that out when the three of them work together within the system, they can make sure that justice wins out...and that a rapist doesn't go free. — Tim Holland
Read on for previews of Dog Whisperer, Smallville, The Good Guys, Gigantic, Invitation Only and Haven.
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Real Time with Bill Maher
Labor Day may mark the unofficial end of summer, but it signals the beginning of the political season leading up to the midterm elections. And right on cue, Bill Maher returns from his annual summer hiatus, just in time to discuss what figure to be a number of hotly contested congressional races. Joining Maher on the panel as Real Time continues its eighth season are Mad Men star Jon Hamm, ABC News correspondent Martha Raddatz and Republican political strategist Mark McKinnon.
Read on for previews of As the World Turns, Haven, Beyond Survival with Les Stroud, Friday Night Alright, College Football and Boxing.
The fourth-season premiere finds the quirky town poised to celebrate its 60th anniversary. Sheriff Carter, still reeling from the departures of Zoe and Tess in the last episode, goes for a jog and runs into the enigmatic Dr. Trevor Grant (James Callis). Since this is Eureka we're talking about, you can go ahead and assume that Carter wasn't supposed to meet the man who played Baltar in Battlestar Galactica, and that something has gone very, very wrong while Carter was out jogging.
Read on for previews of Wife Swap, Crossroads, NASCAR Racing, Say Yes to the Dress, Haven and House.
"In this job, there's no such thing as no such thing."
That clever quip gives us summer Syfy in a nutshell. As spoken by Warehouse 13's glib Secret Service hero Pete Lattimer (the genial Eddie McClintock) to his foxy partner Mika Bering (Joanne Kelly) while both are plastered to a Victorian ceiling by some anti-gravity device or other, we are served the fantastic with a side order of whimsy, with very little ever taken seriously...