Sleeping Beauty, meet your prince.
Pretty Little Liars' Julian Morris has been tapped to play...
ABC has announced fall premiere dates that span from mid-September through early November.
The highly anticipated all-star season of Dancing with the Stars will debut on Monday, Sept. 24 at 8/7c. The Season 5 premiere of Castle immediately follows at 10/9c.
Once Upon a Time has cast Teen Wolf's Sinqua Walls as its Sir Lancelot, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As first reported by TVLine, the ABC fantasy drama will introduce Lancelot as a...
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NATALIE: Peter and his daughter Henrietta reunited last season, but her run-in with her mom Olivia will surprise you. "It takes on a slightly different flavor than I think you would anticipate," Joshua Jackson tells us, noting that it will happen very quickly in the season premiere. The real question executive producer J.H. Wyman wants fans to ponder is: What happened to the Fringe team the day the Observers arrived? "How did they get in amber? How did Olivia and Peter and everyone get separated? Why were they all together? Why was Bell there? The history will surprise you when you realize there's a lot of emotions going on for reasons that you don't know yet, but you will."
Heard anything about the new season of CSI: NY? —Jonny
ADAM: I hear the new season is...
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Once Upon a Time has taken viewers to fairy tale land and Wonderland — and apparently, they'll even venture to Neverland next season. But what about the Land of Oz? It turns out that producers have hinted at a possible trip to The Wizard of Oz locale since the beginning.
Regina's shocking origin story, Storybrooke's future and more Once Upon a Time scoop
"What's interesting is if you go back and look at the pilot, there's a page of...
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Television's hottest vampires, werewolves, time travelers and zombie hunters descended on San Diego Comic-Con International from July 12-15 for the hottest sci-fi event of the year. For the second year in a row, TV Guide Magazine was on hand to welcome the casts of The Vampire Diaries, Fringe, Glee, Once Upon a Time and so many more to our luxury yacht and floating photo studio. Drop anchor and check out some of our favorite pictures from the ultimate geekfest!
Jared Gilmore, Jennifer Morrison
Once Upon a Time's second season hasn't even begun filming, but the cast and producers came to Comic-Con Saturday ready to spill details — and boy did they!
Now that magic has returned to Storybrooke, a whole slew of fairy tale characters will be joining the ranks of Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin), Prince Charming (Josh Dallas), the Evil Queen (Lana Parrilla) & Co. Who's set to appear? Find out below what the cast and executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis revealed at the panel, which was moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Will Keck. Plus: Who's Henry's father? Will they make it back to fairy tale land? Who is Dr. Whale (David Anders)?
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Magic has come to Storybrooke, and with it, a whole lot of consequences.
In the Season 1 finale of ABC's Once Upon a Time, the Evil Queen's (Lana Parrilla) curse upon our favorite fairy-tale characters was broken, but Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle) had another trick up his sleeve: release magic upon the real world. What does this mean for Storybrooke in Season 2?
Bravo is bulking up on scripted television.
The network is developing The Joneses, a scripted drama based on the 2009 indie film of the same name, TVGuide.com has learned.
The project, which hails from Life Unexpected's Liz Tigelaar, focuses on the all-American family the Joneses, who move to an upscale suburb. However, they're harboring a...
In recent years there have been rumblings about a slight decrease in participation from movie studios at Comic-Con. But throw a stick (or graphic novel) pretty much anywhere in the San Diego Convention Center this week, and you'll likely connect with some sort of TV show presentation. If you're one of the 125,000 attendees, expect a slew of panels for returning genre hits (Falling Skies, Supernatural, Grimm, Game of Thrones, Teen Wolf, The Walking Dead, Warehouse 13, etc.);