James Spader, Kevin Bacon, Andrew Lincoln
Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet them to@adam_bryant or @NatalieAbrams.
Do you know who the mole is on The Blacklist? —Dominic
NATALIE: When the NBC drama returns, everyone who was in attendance during Garrick's incursion on the black site will be a suspect, and a familiar face will end up on Red's hit list. See, he's determined to avenge Luli's death, taking down anyone and everyone who was involved in the raid.
Will Joe Carroll have to rebuild his cult on The Following since he's been presumed dead for a year? — Megan
ADAM: The number of Joe's followers does seem to have dwindled as the new season begins, and those that do remain...
Morena Baccarin, Morgan Saylor
Homeland original cast members Morena Baccarin and Morgan Saylor will not return as regulars in Season 4, TVLine reports.
Saylor's character Dana has been scrutinized since the series' launch, but became a focal point of fan contention this season when given a more prominent role. With Brody (Damien Lewis) absent for most of the beginning of Season 3, the focus shifted to Brody's family, specifically Dana's struggles in the wake of her father's alleged terrorist attack.
Tatiana Maslany, Claire Danes
Remember when the Golden Globes nominated Smash last year? Good times. There was no comically WTF nomination like that in Thursday's batch, but the Hollywood Foreign Press Association kept us on our toes. Check out our surprises and snubs below, and then tell us yours.
Bryan Cranston, Andy Samberg
Breaking Bad, The Good Wife and lots of fresh faces led Thursday's Golden Globe Awards, while defending champ Homeland was shut out.
A day after nabbing three Screen Actors Guild Award nominations, Breaking Bad earned three Globe ...
Megan Boone and James Spader
Hot off The Blacklist's ratings boom for its fall finale, NBC has renewed the freshman drama for a full 22-episode second season, the network announced Tuesday.
"The success of The Blacklist demonstrates...
Megan Boone, Ritchie Coster
The Blacklist closed out its fall season on a high note.
Pending football adjustments, the NBC drama drew 12.3 million viewers and a 3.5 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Monday to post its best numbers since its premiere. Lead-in The Voice (12.4 million, 3.5) was up a tenth from last week.
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CBS' lineup was ...
The Blacklist will return in 2014 with a three-week run of new episodes, NBC announced Monday.
The hit drama, starring James Spader, will go on hiatus after Monday night and ...
Simon Baker, Xander Berkeley
Our top moments of the week:
11. Worst Catch: Jess, Nick and the rest of the New Girl gang decide to go camping on Thanksgiving after Coach questions Nick's manliness. However, Nick once again gets down on himself when the trip quickly turns disastrous, prompting Jess to boost his ego by taking a big bite of the fish Nick caught in the water — the fish that, unbeknownst to Jess, Nick caught after it was already dead and floating near a...
Josh Charles, James Spader, Damian Lewis
Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to email@example.com or tweet them to @adam_bryant or @NatalieAbrams.
I am so excited for the 100th episode of The Good Wife! What can you tease? — Lisa
ADAM: It's fair to say that all bets are off when Alicia and Will face off in court over the last will and testament of Alicia's murdered client Matthew Ashbaugh (a "returning" John Noble). Just as it did last season, the case will bring up old memories — cough, outdoor sex — for both attorneys. Unfortunately, those steamy memories cause serious (sexual) tension when Will puts Alicia on the stand. And speaking of lust, Kalinda will take a roll in the hay with a new suitor.
Come on! Why doesn't The Blacklist just reveal that Red is Liz's dad? We're all thinking it, right? — Sean
NATALIE: Actually, Tom is Liz's dad. Kidding! (And ew!) The producers are...
Karl Urban, Michael Ealy
Almost Human took a fall in its second week.
The sci-fi drama drew 6.6 million viewers and a 1.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Monday, down 17 percent from last week's timeslot premiere. Lead-out Sleepy Hollow (5.8 million, 2.2) also suffered a double-digit percentage ...