In the beginning, Jack took charge of the Oceanic survivors. And as "The End" begins, he's back in command — anointed by Jacob as the island's guardian and its protector from the Locke Monster, who now says he wants to destroy it. Where would that leave Ben, who seems to want to stay? Where's the island Desmond? How (and will) the L.A. and island stories merge? More questions? We each have 815, at least. Maybe we can thrash them out at a diner after tonight's concert. We understand that Drive Shaft is playing.
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Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains
Unless Colby, the lone surviving Hero, can win back-to-back immunity challenges tonight and force his way into the final three who will be questioned by and voted upon by the jury members, it appears that a Villain will take home the $1 million top prize. But which one? Parvati and Sandra have won before, but is that enough to not vote for them? Jerri has never won, but her game wasn't the strongest. That leaves Russell. But everyone agrees he is the most diabolical player the game has ever seen, which could leave the Texas oilman coming up just short once again. Following the two-hour season finale, the 20 castaways reunite to learn the winner and discuss their adventure.
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Fox will team up Hell's Kitchen with the new series MasterChef on Tuesday nights this summer.
Season 7 of Kitchen, the reality cooking series hosted by Gordon Ramsay, will debut Tuesday, June 1 (8/7c), and will run for two hours weekly until the premiere of MasterChef on...
Glee and American Idol soon won't be the only Fox network shows with musical performances.
From Thursday, April 29 to Wednesday, May 5, episodes of Bones, Family Guy, Fringe, House, The Simpsons and others will...
The third-season premiere of AMC's critically acclaimed Breaking Bad was the show's most-watched episode ever, the network said Monday.
While Season 2 ended with a bang for Walt and the gang, Season 3 begins in creepy fashion. Everyone is reeling from the mid-air collision of the two planes. Walt is foundering on his own; Jesse is languishing in anguish in rehab; and something wicked their way is a-coming. Walt gets an offer he can't refuse — but he does, and you wonder how long his resolve will last. This unnerving and suspenseful hour is also darkly humorous, and the series hits the ground running. Can't wait to see where it takes us.
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Glee's Jayma Mays will pair with Neil Patrick Harris in Sony's planned feature Smurfs.
Glee scoop: Breakups, shake-ups and more!
Mays, who plays Emma Pillsbury on the Fox series, will star opposite Harris as...
The Simpsons, 24
TV networks always have one or two shows that overstay their welcome, and we want to know which series you think should be cut loose.
Maybe the animated world of The Simpsons is getting a bit stale after 20 seasons, or Project Runway's recycled challenges are starting to lose your interest. Perhaps you're tired of networks resurrecting hand-me-down shows from their competitors. (We're looking at you, 24.) Or how about Two and a Half Men, now that it's become Two and Three-Quarter Men?
Report: NBC eyes 24 pick-up
So, you tell us: Which shows should be laid to rest even if their ratings remain strong? Or are you happy with television's long-running series?
Share your picks and your reasons why after the jump, and check back to see if your choices make our list!
Community, NBC's college comedy, has just got the greenlight for a second season. TVGuide.com checked in with executive producer Dan Harmon to see what's ahead for the students of Greendale, how they'll explain Troy and Abed's special friendship and why the impending graduation of the cast is a tiny narrative problem.
NBC renews 30 Rock, The Office and Community
TVGuide.com: Congratulations on the Season 2 renewal. How does it feel?
Harmon: Thank you very much. It's very exciting. The feeling in the production offices is surprisingly normal. I guess we're so close to the finish line for the end of the season, that somehow the human brain is capable of tucking that news away while we focus on the task at hand.
TVGuide.com: Would you have planned for some sort of closure had you not heard this soon?
Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin
The 82nd Academy Awards drew its largest audience since 2005, capping off an awards season that saw ratings growth for every major awards show.
See our take on the Oscars' top moments
The Oscars were watched by 41.3 million viewers, improving 13 percent over last year's audience and posting significant gains for the second year in a row, according to Nielsen estimates. The telecast clobbered the competition, which mostly consisted of repeats or movies.
Before the Oscars, Barbara Walters' final Oscars special drew 15 million viewers, its biggest audience since 2002. The half-hour red carpet show drew its largest audience (25.1 million viewers) in three years...