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The Lying Game's Ethan and Emma are going to have a major blow-out on Monday's Season 1 finale. "There's a fantastic scene with Emma and Ethan out at the trailer where they get into a very big fight," star Alexandra Chando tells TVGuide.com. "It's nice to see these two people who really love each other fighting finally and letting it all out."
Describing Hell on Wheels as "Revenge in the mud" makes it sound a lot more enjoyable than it is. AMC's sprawling but heavy-handed attempt to revive and redefine the Western (a newly hot TV-development trend) is solemn business indeed, with precious little wit or originality. (It premieres Sunday at 10/9c.)
Too hot outside? If you'd rather spend July Fourth on a couch, there's plenty of TV to watch. Check out our marathon roundup for the holiday weekend: (All times are ET/PT and subject to change) Monday, July 5Real Housewives of New Jersey marathon (3 p.m.-Midnight, Bravo)Cake Boss marathon (6 a.m.-8 p.m., TLC)
There's no better way to work off all that Memorial Day weekend BBQ than lounging on the couch watching endless hours of TV. (Exercise is overrated.) Check out our marathon roundup for the unofficial start of summer after the jump.
New characters! New episodes! New seasons! Check out our helpful guide to our favorite returning kids shows on broadcast, cable and satellite. PreschoolFirst up, Sesame Street (PBS) celebrates the start of Season 37 next week by adding the magical Abby Cadabby, a delightful (if mistake-prone) sprite who represents the first new female Sesame Muppet in more than 13 years. [Look for a TVGuide.com Insider Q&A with Abby on Monday, Aug. 14.] Barney & Friends (Sept. 15, PBS) also waited 13 years to introduce Riff, their new dino character, whose musical imagination helps usher in an era of more varied tunes. New playmates will also populate the worlds of