Alexander Skarsgard, Georgina Haig, Nathan Fillion
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Will Sarah escape from Eric on True Blood? — Boris
Aww, did you want her to live? That's cute. She'll soon get what she deserves, but you might be surprised by how the standoff at the Light of Day camp goes down. "I see the cars pull up, and I actually end up deciding to sacrifice myself," Anna Camp says. "I believe that I am the new Messiah, and the best thing to do is to tell the truth and to go out there and just surrender." Sarah does realize there's no way in hell they'll take mercy on her, right?
Do you know if Once Upon a Time's Frozen adaptation takes place before or after the movie? — Dave
A little bit of both, actually. "There...
Pushing Daisies' Chi McBride has landed a co-starring role in CBS' Golden Boy pilot from executive-producer Greg Berlanti.
The one-hour drama chronicles one cop's meteoric rise from officer to detective to Police Commissioner. McBride...
Chi McBride will guest-star on the season finale of Suits, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
McBride, 49, will play District Attorney Wolf, who appears in the wake of a scandal that shakes up the District Attorney's office. Harvey (Gabriel Macht) comes to Wolf for help on an old case, but quickly learns that...
Mark Valley, Jean Smart
Harry's Law is adding more legal power to its team.
The NBC drama has added Human Target star Mark Valley as a series regular and Jean Smart as a recurring guest star for the upcoming second season, EW reports.
Malik Yoba, Azita Ghanizada, David Strathairn
The networks are still holding out for a superhero. While comic-book films Thor, X-Men: First Class and Green Lantern all hit No. 1 at the box office recently (with mixed staying power), TV has been slower to cultivate a new generation of caped crusaders.
But have no fear, citizens of TV land: Help is on the way. Super-heroes play a role in...
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Question: I know that last week was packed with season finales, talk of cancellations, and predictions of the successes for next fall, but I hope The Good Wife might get some attention. I'm in no way a TV expert, but the gestalt of the last scene was surprising. From the editing to the acting to the music (so out of place for the show, but somehow appropriate at the same time), those few minutes just felt like what great TV is. In particular, the editing of the elevator ride made me feel as though I was watching a cabler. While on the page the plot was perhaps mundane or even cliché, the execution was impressive. — Erin
The Contra Security team of Breaking In has protected priceless works of art and famous celebrities, but the cast and crew behind the scenes of the Fox comedy are working on their biggest assignment yet: trying to get a Season 2 renewal.
Less than a week ago, the freshman comedy was one of five shows axed by Fox. Even next to the cancellations of cult favorites like Human Target and Lie to Me, the news that the network was ending Breaking In came as one of the bigger surprises because of its star power (Christian Slater, Bret Harrison) and its impressive ratings (the series has averaged 7.7 million viewers in its post-Idol berth).
Fox cancels Breaking In, Lie to Me
"It really couldn't have gone any...
Seth Gabel, Fringe
Amidst the bloodbath of cancellations at Fox, there's good news for one series: Seth Gabel has been promoted to series regular on Fringe going into its fourth season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Fox cancels Human Target, Lie to Me and Chicago Code
The 29-year-old actor has recurred as Fringe Division boss Lincoln "Linc" Lee from the other universe since...
Mark Vallley, Christian Slater
Fox giveth and it taketh away. In the wake of picking up several new series to order, the network has axed five shows — the action-packed Human Target, crime dramas Lie to Me and The Chicago Code , and freshman comedies Breaking In and Traffic Light, Deadline reports.
Fall 2011 TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
Human Target, starring Mark Valley, only averaged 6.33 million viewers in its second season, while Lie to Me, headlined by Tim Roth, pulled in an average of 5.84 million viewers for Season 3...