Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (Monday, 10/9c, Travel Channel)
The outspoken culinary expert and world traveler celebrates his 100th episode with a return to Paris — hitting all the foodie hot spots in the City of Lights with the renowed chef Eric Ripert (whose chops Bourdain busted while guest-judging Top Chef last week). A daylong marathon of favorite episodes ends at 9/8c, with a "What Were We Thinking?" retrospective special that looks back at five years of filming the show in locales all across the world...
Tim Dekay and Matt Bomer, White Collar
Need a palette cleanse after the Moron Olympics of Monday's Bachelor Pad? That's why God gave us White Collar.
And even though last night's episode didn't feature the luminous guest-starring wattage of Hilarie Burton, it did deliver smarts and sophistication — not to mention the always glorious chemistry of Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer — to make up for her absence...
Former Numb3rs actress Diane Farr will appear on Grey's Anatomy this season, according to a show rep.
The 40-year-old actress will play a patient with Huntington's Disease under the care of...
Burn Notice and Psych fans won't have to wait quite as many months as usual for their favorite USA shows to return: The network announced Wednesday that the spy series and detective comedy will be back on the air in November.
What will Sarah Shahi be Facing in her new USA series?
Psych, now running the first half of its fifth season, will return...
On Tuesday's episode of White Collar, the team takes on an extortion case against adoptive parents. To nab the bad guy, Diana (Marsha Thomason) and Clinton (Sharif Atkins) must go undercover as a couple trying to adopt a child.
Going undercover is Thomason's favorite part of the gig.
"The parts on the show I really enjoy are...
Sandra Oh, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Sela Ward
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What's Cristina up to when Grey's Anatomy returns? — Jenni
ADAM: She won't be great. While Cristina is usually the rock the other docs lean on, her reaction to the traumatic season finale rampage takes longer to sort out than some of the other surgeons. In fact, when she is finally cleared to go back into surgery, an accident in the OR freaks her out so much that she collapses into a sobbing mess on the floor.
Can we get some more Modern Family scoop? — Rusty
MICKEY: If you were as tickled as we were to discover that Mitchell and Claire were once an figure-skating duo named Fire and Ice, you're going to love the next nugget...
She spent six seasons playing One Tree Hill's tortured Peyton Sawyer — now, Hilarie Burton is happy at last.
"I go to work and just laugh!" marvels the actress, who begins a recurring stint on White Collar tonight (9/8c, USA) as Sara Ellis, a bitchy, ritzy insurance investigator from Neal's past. "I went from playing this dark, moody, artsy character to this totally different realm. I'm wearing 6-inch heels, supertight dresses, and I look pissed most of the time. I've been watching RuPaul's Drag Race for tips from the divas!"
Hopefully they had some advice on keeping the boys at bay...
Guest star Hilarie Burton begins her multi-episode arc as an insurance investigator who challenges Neal on both a professional and personal level. In her first outing, she becomes the target of a murder plot, and Neal lands the job to kill her. But when another assassin shows up for the job, Neal has a real challenge on his hands.
Read on for previews of Pretty Little Liars, Hell's Kitchen, Flipping Out, Memphis Beat, Rescue Me and World Series of Poker.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Neal's ego is about to get a major boost. Someone has pulled off a Caffery-style heist, and the suspect is traced back to a college, where a criminology professor (guest star Aidan Quinn) just so happens to be teaching a class about Neal. Catching the crook proves to be a real challenge, then, because if someone's thinking just like Neal, how's he supposed to stay a step ahead?
Read on for previews of Breakthrough with Tony Robbins, MasterChef, Growing Up Twisted, The Colony, Louie and Wipeout.
Stephen Moyer, Julie Benz, Tom Welling
From the blood-thirsty vamps of True Blood and The Vampire Diaries to the masked vigilantes of Smallville and No Ordinary Family, there's something for all of the more than 125,000 attendees at the San Diego International Comic-Con, running from Thursday through Sunday. This historic four-day comic book convention may be infamous for long lines and crowded spaces, but for those lacking a four-day pass and a geeky costume, TVGuide.com will be giving you full-access to all the TV-related happening at the panels and with your favorite stars. Check out our full list of coverage below and remember to visit TVGuide.com for all of your 2010 Comic-Con updates.