Ready for things to get even more awkward between Jim and Callie on The Glades?
As if Callie's husband, Ray (Clayne Crawford), being released from jail isn't enough of a complication for their budding relationship, Jim's ex-partner and ex-girlfriend Detective Samantha Harper (Natalie Cigliuti) will drop by in Season 2 for a case, turning the love triangle into a quadrangle.
"[She represents] that one person who ...
Brian J. Smith and Robert Patrick
Red Faction: Origins (Saturday, 9/8c, Syfy)
Not a cheesy sharktopus in sight, as Syfy's Saturday-night movie franchise turns to the world of video games for inspiration. Intended as a narrative bridge between the Red Factions: Guerilla game and the Armageddon sequel to be released Tuesday, Origins stars Stargate Universe's Brian J. Smith as Jake Mason, the last surviving son of the rebel hero (Robert Patrick) who led the Martian colonies to freedom. Jake's mission: to seek justice against the enemies that killed his...
When he's not watching his own show, The Glades' Matt Passmore enjoys diving into the world of another small-screen, South Florida-based crime solver.
"Dexter — I've always been a big fan. ... It's irreverent and fun," Passmore tells TVGuide.com. "I have Season 5 on DVR and plan on ...
Watching Raising Hope's dim-witted Burt, you might wonder, "Where have I seen this guy before?" The answer: everywhere. "I just enjoy working so much, it's hard to say no," says Garret Dillahunt. But with the acclaimed actor hiding himself so well in each character — and with other roles so different from the Chance family's lovably oafish patriarch — he's actually pretty ...
The Defenders (Friday, 8/7c, CBS)
One week before she begins a limited run on Broadway — and let's hope HBO or somebody records THAT show! — the irrepressible Kathy Griffin goes to Las Vegas in a guest shot on this struggling courtroom drama. She is cast to type as a brash insult comic sued for offending one of her audience victims (What, Joan Rivers was busy?) In the subplot, the son of a hotel owner turns to buddy lawyers Nick and Pete for help after he wakes up to find a casino host strangled in a hot tub. What are the odds he's guilty? ...
The Season 9 premiere picks up right where the Season 8 cliffhanger ended, with most of the CSI staff unconscious on the lab floor after falling victims to a serial killer's attempt to poison them. Of course, everyone in the lab eventually gets up — except for one. It's no secret that since Adam Rodriguez is returning full-time to the series, after a brief departure to appear on Ugly Betty, that spelled doom for a recent addition to the cast. Suffice it to say that person does not rise. — Tim Holland
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A&E has renewed The Glades for a second season, the network announced Monday.
The crime drama, starring Matt Passmore as a tough Chicago cop who transfers to Florida, has averaged 3.2 million viewers and 1.1 million in the adults 18-49 demographic since it's July premiere. Since then, the show has also become the channel's most...
The over-the-top flamboyance of Russell Edgington (Denis O'Hare) has been a joy to watch, but will this 3000-year-old vampire king finally meet his undignified end, on his knees and in the sun, in Fangtasia's parking lot? Tonight's third-season finale may feature more than one bloodsucker's death — remember that Russell is handcuffed to Eric — but it also appears that Sookie's constant frustration at being used as the undead's plaything may render all vampires dead to her forever.
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J.K. Simmons and Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer
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Question: I absolutely love The Closer! It's one of my favorite shows and I am always so eager to watch that I usually don't even wait for my DVR to get ahead enough to allow me to skip commercials. This season started off with a bang and I've loved it, but I'm a little concerned. What will happen if Brenda does become chief? On one hand, as a woman, I think it would be great for the character to be a female Chief of Police in Los Angeles. On the other hand, I am afraid for what that would mean for her position as a "closer." If she gets some distance from the cases, how can she possibly get all of those confessions that have the audience on the edge of their seats? Plus, I have not enjoyed the rather jerk-like qualities this whole process has brought out in Pope. I know he's got his heart set on being chief, but it seems a little uncharacteristic for him to be such a jerk now when he has not gone completely into that territory before. Please tell me that whatever is in the works is going to maintain the same quality of scripts and keep Brenda right in the middle of the action! Do you have any insight into the rest of the season or what impact this whole development would have for the future of the show? — Beth
Matt Roush: Now that's a true sign of devotion, watching a show in real time, not DVR time. I'm very fond of The Closer as well....
The fifth season premiere of E! reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians drew a record 4.7 million viewers Sunday.
Kim Kardashian poses completely nude for Harper's Bazaar
That audience, which was treated to yet another...